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: September 9, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00454
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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thai hotels sfhd restaurant* were permitted 01I.lea than ten acre*, bat who are pitting .-
1DRINKING1E\ [-WATER[ ; to sell cigars on' Sunday.. For Your
Stop Knocking money Injul: *\ adk. Here In Florida POpUiARIIYCONlBt 4
the Information of the Council begt
: we raise> on ,oii e acre the equal to .. ,
tatethat such --ha been "
no ruling
that five
produced on or tn ac.ln tn<*
N from the. Artesian Wdb of Kissim- Eriade by me; neither has any; case been -------:1--: --- I oj' North, TtiU I I.'w are raising Arouses Great Enthusiasm and 'Eadr

met Cured Me. of Rheumatism, brought before the Mayor's Court un- You Are Merely Pecking Away al the Anvil of crop during all seasons in 'the'yaar. of the UadMC '
der.the Pol
provisions of this ordinance. At the tin thaUh.'blluardaof winterare /

x 'Says Mr. (. A.:Barnes. Vary truly, Time, and Attempting, to Stay the-Irresistible. bowline a dirge of desolation> 'over ,Big Vote This tfeduA K ,.

I T. M. Murphy Mayor Progress 'of the American Nation. the fro* n fields and ice-fettered riven I II

There are svfew newspaper publish I of the North and the tree ar* bearing I the
., Valley Gazette popiutantycon-
local referred to. in ;
Nortii Wait that perslstntly newspaper nothing but anowballa the .
ed in the and balmy bre e.
the above letter. the Valley Galette. By A. M. STRYKER.In teat for the grand Cote piano progresses
"knock" Florida, and especially of the Atlantic and of the Gulf ar ctv- .
In Its I.. greater enthusiasm .U displayed by
\ attempt u.of August 26th, we printeda ;
KiMlmmeo and to throw discredit Ing Florida thermal cares that ripen
itatementa in Story to the effect that Mayor Murphy a recent edition of the Decatur and'mosqultoe. the the friend pf'th* leading contestant,
on the contained gus celery, potato bug golden fruit on the tree and wave and thi .
the Valley Gazette that this'-particular had banded down a ruling that ((111.,) ,Herald it boasts that'by: reason that they hate to think of the 'rest of the growing green in the meadow gardens week Miss Grace Jolly ha al- -
the ," moat a of million vot.s to her
world quarter a
hotel l and restaurant keeper were ex- purblind at all
ahdooslibilities of a supetlor intelligence, and 'znuckraking" And w
section often more advantages get a price fpr our pro-
e"p.t j tfom the law prohibiting the; sale training one ht its editorialstaff I A part of this. Herald article belittlesthe credit but neither Ml** Gen Moon nor
homeseeker duce. lust Decatur
down the
the to
to prospective go .
? statements -Fraternity Hall ...:too far behind but '
,0 cigars and ice cream on Sundays, concerning local farm ;
section has just unearthed a deeply laid
Investor than does any other market in mid-winter and ask the price
aIttL.that the case against Mr. -LaRue, ing conditions made in the column of what either one could'take drat place '.
of sharks"
plot some-desperate "land of Florida
.,. of this roost favored state althoughthe fruit and vegetable
who had been arrested' Sunday ore- the Gazette recently by a man who If they were presented with a Jew ton A
article. and interview setting forth located, not a thousand miles from KIssimmee. I tell you my Decatur friend and
vious forviplatlng the law had been moved here from the state of Oregon.It year subscriptions. .l
furnished It states that this plot was hack
voluntarily writer. needs draw .
these facts are dismissed. roasts Florida in general. Of course you.must more The following I I. the result ot the .j
who thoroughly \ planned with michlavelian cunning with than the $12 I did when I '
this by-men are per was a reporter
paper the information both the Herald article and opening count for this week:
Valley Gazette gained my
stand the object of ultimately obtaining the if
reliable and who in each instance you &l'e able to purchase. \
on which theacticle was printed remarks are ridiculous in the extreme. Ki.*itsi_e- .
truthfulness shining'shekels belonging privately to Then
ready to male oath to the too, the man who purchase a
of the statements. To these papers we | from Marshal McPhatter. and who, one Frank Robbins, comptroller of De However, on the point of being ridicu- farm in Florida need few implements GR.ACSJoLLY . . , . 249.180 : '

wilt in all kindness that it would I when called upon for a confirmation of catur. bus, I will immediately yield my claimson mighty few will suffice. He'has no UM I FRATERNITY HALL " . .166.468 >' .

ay the truthfulness of what the'-Valley the "leather medal" to the Herald for GENA MOON , . . . . 123.990 :
display a much more friendly and fraternal According to the Herald, these Kis gang-plow, self-binder, mowers,
| Gazette said, made the following st11e scribe. It I Ii all right to Indulge in a, I MAY BELLE FOUNTAIN . , , ," 2.6)0-4-
spirit on their p.rt'did they usea simmee bed men had hoped to ..ccom.p threahlngmachmel and like expensive
ment: little foolishness when you harm no one, I CHRISTIAN CHURCH S. S. , ... 610 ,
little endeavor to ascertain the truthfulness I their dastardly'a( plot is always machinery, without which the Northern
"I learned on Sunday, August 21st, but thinly clothed in humor-barely PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 8. S. , a-- ,
farmer could"not
or falsity of the statement* contained dastardly, so we use that term) plot operate. With hoe,
enough to save a rank insult-the Her- OSCEOLA HIGH . . '
that Mr. LaRue had sold! some cigars SCHOOL 600KissiMMEB
appearing in mainlyCft -the of the Valley a rake and little he '
In the interviews )>cough use a energy can go
that da/n and that night I w> nt into ald penny-a-liner gives Kissimmee and CONCERT BAND . , 600 I..
this paper before they launch a columnof Ga ette. Tte e is the way it happened: ahead and profitably cultivate his little '
his told him before the Gazette an intended and vicious Campbell
cafe and to
"knocks" against: a state or community appear Several corhpfihtentary copies of the farm. This is intensified farming. i
the knock. MItS. E. E. BAOWN .I./ . '
the Mayor's Court following; morning 600Basnlnger .
: of which they know absolutely Gazette were receive by the aforesaid Therefore, I would ask this Decaturite -
; when he (LaRue) said 'all right, Those who have not the ability to ; -
nothing. Frank Robbins. This genHeman thought to acquire some real knowledge con
t.c construct always an inclination LENA PEARCE ,
I I want this thing settled. On Monday possess COO
of life nothin ? of the matter at first cerning Florida; then his ridicule will
*: In discussing the advantages morning I met Mayor Murphy at the to destroy. The splendors of the Grecian 4 BESSIE WALKER. . . . .'7,600 '.1
c. Kissimmee with Mr. E. A. Barnes, I as he continued tu receive thaper >e turned to praise Remember that j"
: hbtel when he asked me Temple of Diana were consumed NarcooaaMADELINE ..
last December Graystone each week without being invited by the to.(Ieery one section of the 'Union just ,
who came to our town what I had to come before the court. I I n flames kindled by a fool. It is so easy HILL. .. , 500
publisher to "come across" with the because you happen to live in another,
Michigan |I
county C
from Alton, Cheboygan
to 1fcnock. It little less
r told him that I had one 'drunk' and requires ability, Pegborn
stands the of I price of a subscription, his suspicions is to exhibit a slightly modified form of
and any '
Mr. LaRue for Belling cigars on Sun- intellig nce and no education. Just MRS. J. S. STRATTON 600 .
aroused. This caused him to call that instinct which
were savage prompted
for that gentleman said:
man veracity FlorKta illuminated the' lime-
'Don't now by
"I sufferpd for with rheumatism day. Mayor Murphy said to his consultation a traned sleuth primeval man in the Age of Stone to St. coudNEvAHyRa' : /1
years 1 LaRue before me, ax hotel and restau i light celebrity one of the greatest . , 1.000WoMtri's
and from about the middle of from the editorial staff of the Herald.It spear a member of a neighboring tribe.
I land movements in the history .
have under the evaxseen ,
totlie middle of May of each rant keepers a I I is almost unnecessary state that the Get the true American' spirit into your RELIEF CORPS 500
September ice Sundays of America theect point for
law sell and on
to cigars cream
I comparatively useless, until : plot of the "land sharks" immediately breut (if your narrow heart will contain Whittier ,
year was but if you find one of the drugstores i : slide backward the hammers of the miscellaneous it the that MRS. J. F. WILLIAMS. .*. '
I decided< to leave Michigan and lost its sand and began to )- spirit sprung into be- : 500
finally knocl Most
arrest theirproprietors. ers. active amohgythese
that selling those things on the rails. The plot being thus. discov. ing from the blood of patriots shed at
come to Florida, with the hope the .' I considered that an knockers are those who have nevejrbeen On every subscription to the Kissimmee ,
would benefit me. I arrived in ered, Mr. Robbins at once notified! the Bunker HilL Stop your knocking-'-voutHC0 V.l1eyGazette will receive a '
change you
: official of the Mayor and told nearer the "State line than about on ;
December of opinion police, put an extra padlock on the bsckgate but pecking away with a toy hammer -
Ki'iwimmep on the third uf I thousand miles, and who know nothingof certificate for votes, to b given to 1:
J.aRue notto appear. and turned loose his bow > Anvil of Time.HOMESEEKER .
last year, aril at once began living in a i I wow. Florida whatsoever. either through oL'.te -- your favorite contestant a* follow:

tent in the maple on the shore of The villains were foiled. One year, price $1.001,600 vote .
grove '' reading; or conversation with parties ,
the lake in the eastern part of town, 'SPROULLAVuClOSED[ [ ,I Now, the editor of the Gazette i is a who possess gogae iota .of authentic I RATES[ Two" $2.008,000 "

where I remained until' the middle of man of peace. For the sake of human- knowledge in this regard. Five to- $5.00- 7,600( "

II 'February. I made it ir rule. to drink ity he desires the panic in Decatur allayed 1- .Our Decatur acrioe belongs to that Ten" $10,00-20.000 "

- tfoely every dar of the water? from By the Cil)' Council and (lru> A. L L.GudfdiUptb : in its incipiency. As I hail from same class who shrieked swamp, desert From the North and WeSto Florida Each paper contain. a Free Vote '--"

tome one of the many artesian .* .11.!! ( to Build d Brick up that way (Chicago), he thought I and desolation when the United States Coupon, which counts 10 vote. The ,

here, and to be as much in the open.air '7th. might be able to calm the fears of these Congress was arrangip) the purchaseof Will Be Continued Throufeftt vote must be placed in the ballot box. "

as prmaihle with the result thrit.since Depot Before March Decaturites. Then to you, my former the Louisiana Territory from France. out: the Winter. \ which Is in the dry goods store of C. W.

arriving he>re I rmvr not lost an nBur's neighbors in Decatur, I will say that Yet today that sarnV aectiCn is dotted .nn, on Broadway. All'ballot.a must be

glcep. at night uml l. >lny/ I "01I' well! At I lat t an" agreement has been reach- tke receipt of a copy of the Kissimmee with a thousand magnificent cities,.and in L' .box by noon on Thursday of each .;
The Gazette of last
Valley week
as RII man in lh. ---tH t !* ,of M'rhiftttii' eor <-.1! uftw'een the City Council !and the A. Valley Gazette through the U S. mails Is a veritable garden blooming in gold. contained week. Fbtrkey i is in the'hand of the

Florida i-ilhvr; while ,,i"*the mliv. )mml, C. L. Ry. regarding the closing' of i is not tire birth of calamity for the ,re This same tribe pecked with their little an account of a meeting held in pastor of tnexM. E. church.
the first of '
for yen. ,pattl A I I. Ie Ii\ iiiA' in I the ..inrtli.I Sp.uull avenue on the city's part and cipient. It aint loaded: honest! It/will hammers, of puny protest against the Chicago attended August, and which A committee>sconBisting of Rev. 'r

I never knew what it was to sleep the building of a handsome and modern not give you the yejlow fever nor the acquirement of the territory that is now was by representatives of the, Mitchell MethodistfekuYch; Rev. Stephen 1-1.
several land companies '
throughthe nighUor be free from pain I brick passenger depot: by the railroad, madness of the yellow moon. ,, either the great states of California, Washington operating in this! *. Baptist church: F_' ;'Thomuon, M

'4 during!! the winter months., i the Council passing a resolution to that is it the sign of the Black HaJid nor the Idah'o, etc. Later they howled coUnty, 'to at confer which a with committee the was appointed physician and surgerfn, ICvQ. Meek, /5

"( induced my son-in-law Mr. Melvin effect,at its meeting Tuesday. night; Seven Deaths. ,,/" against the.purchase e of.Alaska. '"Noth- Traffic Association relative Southeastern I secretary Board of" Trade; MraXT. M. I-f

Cole, of )Rose'City, Mich,, to accompa I and the- A% C.*. L.' obligating itself in If you will look ori the editorial' page ing.but a bleak waste of Jce and snow," the homeseeker rake to from continuing Rivers, Miss Mae'-Grave., Mra."'! .

: ,. ny'me'here, an I believed this climate writing, 'to carry out ita. part of the of the Gazette you will seeHhe following they said of this great territory which North and West to Florida throughout the Florence: Keyes, will count the ballot .

and- the pure'artesian water would ben- agreement before the 7th of next March. notice: i later literally showered the nation with the winter having\ been the custom each Thursday and give total \number-\

efit him, he Iwing a suffererfrom cedar The depot will be one of the best appointed -I "Parties receiving this paper who.aVe gold. Again they launched their ridicule of votes cast.
of the railroads in the to discontinue
past .
asthma in its moat violent form, in fact in the state, and while it. will not regular subscribers\ must not think at those energetic Americans who

th[' doctors in Michigan gave him but a be wnly :2!1ft) feet long and less than 100 I that it is the intention of the publishers from the fertile those rates during the tourist seas -
compelled an empire
,to later de nand. of them the subscription s OmCERSJLECTED
lease life at the longest. In feet wid*, it will be fitted with al! the
//year's of Kansas. -And with all
/ price, as it is mailed to them com- plains, now, The Hunter Land Co., whose head-
two weeks after reaching Kisaimmee he modern conveniences and the express plimentary by our Board of County the same confidence of ignorance, they .

ceamed coughing, and in March, when office and baggage room will be under Commissioners for the purpose of acquainting are trying to stay the progress of FlorIda quarters are in this city, is in receipt of And Charter Adopted of the Kissim' 4
I I them with the advan- information to the effect that the railroads -
he returned to Michigan he was pronounced the same roof with the waiting rooms many which is in less Ice and\Cold "
reality nothing mee Storage Lo.
cured. and ticket office. tages and opportunities this, town and have agreed to the request of the
thoroughly I the irresistible of the
county offer the homeseeker. This pa- progress
[ "And now, continued Mr. Barnes, Much of the credit. in due to lion. C. per will be mailed for a few weeks to American nation. committee above'mentioned, and that This city I I. certainly to be congratulated .

"I do not know nor do I intend; to say A. Carson for the railroad company deciding any person whose name is given us, and In order to boost Florida, we do not the homeaeelter rates will be continued upon the perfection of an organization -
have do with this if they should desire to receive it regularly throughout the year, although the time las.
what this water and climate e to provide Kissimmee seek to decry the cultured East, the Tuesday flight; which will .
thereafter would be
or will do for others suffering from different -i necessity, as he has been tireless in his put them on our, subscription we list glad at the fertile fields of Illinois nor tha sunset limit twelve during the winter month will be insure the ea 1". erection of a large S

ailments, but I do know that ,! efforts for months past along that line, regular per year, 50 cents for valleys of the Golden West. We pridein only dYI. modern cold-storage plant for the .

they cured me of rheumatism and my j and but for his persistent work it is six months" them and boast of them. W't may handling and refrigeration of Florida '

son-in-law of cedar asthma, and that!! more. than probable we would have been Thus you will .lee that you have received then be excused if we pride in our own AN EXCITING, RUNAWAY ieats and fruit and which in tjirri will .

today I am enjoying as good health lUll! forced to put up with the wholly inadequate the Gazette through the courtesy locality, if we boost our state, our valley --- be followed by-the installation 'of other J '

I ever did. Furthermore, I find that a I and unsightly wooden structure of our Board of County Commission our city. It may astonish our Decatur Horse Hitched to a Buggy Cuts Peculiar plant for handling the byproduct. 01

man can make a living here ..with con- for years to come. en.. The intent is merely acquaint friend (or friends) to learn that the slaughter house. V .

nfarable less trouble. than he can in the I you with some of the advantages of our his ideas of Florida, galned"from the Capers on Broadway. Tb. company created has applied'for ,

North and here I am going to stay." | A SPECIAL PRIZE city and valley. a place of residence old pictures in the geography of his On Saturday last a runaway occurred I a charter from the state a* the Kissim- .

Mr. Barnes stated- that he would be I and business-chiefly the advantage school days, are incomplete. Florida is on Broadway which caused considerable - me. Ice and Cold Storage Company, '

only too glad to answer any questions Of a Pair of SlWesWiII Be Given by favoring the pursuit of agriculture not a vast expanse of sand and swamp excitement( and was most remarkable 'which will probably'be forthcoming by ,

regarding this country that persons in Therefore you may read the Gazette range"J-by the ferocious Seminole and for the email/ amount of damagedone. early October Than will come. the ,

the North, and especially Michigan, desired (C. W.. Dan'n.The Without fear that some Florida "land the all' deVourina Alligator. It Is a land II erection of the various plant, and we '

to ask. interest in the Popularity Contest 'shark" will rob you through the "long 'nf hills' and valleys, of fertile plains The Mach Bros., liverymen, who recently feel gratified that the work will give

is increasing to Muchan extent that one 'distance" or "absence treatment" dotted with crystal 1 lakes:and silvered received a shipment of horse employment to a considerable numberof

U MAYOR MURPHY of Kissimmee'a! most popular merchants (whatever these may be). Through its waterways. On every hand are prod from the west, were trying out a high- skilled laborer and high-class' me-. .

columns no bad man in the "Land of strung animal in harness! both the chan lc*.
offers a pair of the finest $3.50 shoes as -,ctive farms and cattle: grazing on a

a prize to the contestant returning the I Flowers" will. by proxy, invade your thousand hills; there are villages, towns brothers being in the buggy at the time- The new company will be managed ,..

Says tie Made No Such Ruling, and greatest amount in ceitificate votes by | unsophisticated city and soil its ethereal 4 nd cities. In fact we Flondians are a When in front of the State Bank a defective by Dolph'Berti, who came to Our city

moral purity with the smirch of swindle.No shaft snapped in two, frighten' two weeks ago, and who at once cawand
Marshal McPhatter Says He Did. 'September 23rd, 1910. The shoe department livilized people-we wear clothing and I '

of Dar.rt's l large dry goods designing Kissimmefite will take are able toread English We have the i ing the horse, which. 'started_ on tUf_rundown took advantage of the opening .tQ ..
The following letter, which is self- advantage of vour trusting childlike I I the sidewalk in front of the Citi- 'promote and organize the company with"chiefly
emporium i is strictly up to date for men. largest state but one east of the Mississippi. -,
explanatory, was readbf&rethe Council innocence-and home capital.'thu the
you are trusting and innocent acne Bank.
women, and children. with 1,145 miles of coast line andan .
at ita meeting Tuesday night: As evidence of his interest in the I know, for I have oft'timas area of 36,455,200 acres,* including When the horse started to run Ernest home people fair dealing. The officers ..
Kissimmee, Fla., Se|>t 7, 1910. I lr fair and directors elected at Tuesday .
Popularity Contest, I am able to offer been your city. i some of the most productive land God Mach jumped from the buggy, but night
Z To the Honorable City Council, Kisnimmee I Here are a few from die Emil who held the meeting are: I
an elegant prize which will be given to < quotations, I ever gave to man. We have a state was driving, on to
Ij( : City, article as it in the Decatur he thrown President D lph Berli ftrst vic
appeared reins till was out, and was ;
I! I the successful contestant at 8 destined to rank as one of the grandestin
Gentlemen: My attention has beencalled I ifot' president. L. Ledey?second vice
I '" 'Saturday night, September 24th, at C. Herald: "Comptroller Gets Sand the Union. dragged quite a distance along the side _
to the tact that Section 62 of the 'New raPer- Land Sharks in Florida: walk. president, Frank Vans Agnew; secretary
W. Uann'n 1 know what is fn the North.
dry goods store. farming ,
I Have Him on Their List but He t
Revised Ordinances is in conflict with Woi'
R. O. Meek treasurer. N. B. Car-
The horse continued his mad ;
f M. Florence Keyes, Buy. Some friend or land shark dorm I was bdrn on farm in lo-a, and have I career, '
the State Law in the following respecta: Additional directors R. 1'. Butler .
ID Florida think k barely missing the large glass showcase son.
Contest Manager. II | Comptroller Frai > spent most of my life in the! North inthe
.Tie State Law makes no exceptions Robbins is an easy mark, or else labor* and in the city. I which stands in front of ann'a and W. B. Harris. The board, at

in (favor pf drug stores and t the ordinance Meeting of i the V. I. S. ,I, under the delusion that because (he with country the Decatur scribe that an Illinois agree store, overturning and breaking pump its meeting in 'October, will add the ..
handles bundles of
contains such exception The Society|' city money he mustbe and grindstone in front of Roes Graves'store j' n.mal of two other prominent citizen
Village Improvement a very rich man. farm is a grand thing to own. But tell me

,. The State-Law permits of disposal of will Hold its first regular' meeting for "Anyhow, Mr. Robbins gets a weekfiv how will your ;wage earner, Who is barely and knocking down a pile of tolt.slist. I .

torts or necessities in case ot emergency -I the fall season on Tuesday afternoon, paper from a town In the sand staU I making a living, ever manage to purchase trunks for F. H. Lawson. After pass President B4rllleft Thursday afternoon .
or necessity, and the Ordinance' at'the that purports: to give a true estimate H. C. Stanford' tore the for Cincinnati LouisvilUi other
Sept. 13, at 4 o'clock, council land at from $100 to ing on cor- '
intaihs no such provision.As I of the fortunes that a little, money i ireland up northern .. for\\ machinery
chamber. Business of importance to investment can make for a fellow horses, stock, machinery? To (his-there ner the harness gave way releasing the refrlper.trng .
a matter of law, it ia well known I I be discussed. All members are urg..ntI I down that way is but one answer-he can not. animal from the buggy. which lent. an for the ; pIa t. The

at a city ordinance must conform to ly requested to be present. "The town has the picturesque name ;, However, in rlorida he Here added impetus to his movement and matter of tha new company absorbing
state law. Doubtless the conflict'be-I, of Kissemee, C projected him bodilv into the front the present plant of Mr. WinD 1 Ia at'' a
I The street signs promised and pro- "This is a wonder in the of good land can be purchased for $20 an door of the Waters & Carson Grocery
ireen this ordinance and the state law, cured" the V. I. S. not "lost paper way present under consideration, the'ques
are by licre and Co., where he paused for a short time : '
town boosting. Mr. Robbins it only ten acres will support a ,
,!lamely, Section 3566- General Statute, I II the wayside"" nor "gone to the' seaside every week, and spends some of his I family. This is" no "paper assertion." and then made his exit by the side I ion of valuation being the stumbling -. 4'

las escaped- the Council's attention., but are peacefully and patientlyreposing limited spare time in perusing the door, when he wa captured and returned block which at present prevent the .,.. 7r
in the frcan it. If friend from Deca.tiir "
council chamber awaiting i prove my -- his .
In this connection I desire to say I aviation of imagination as depicted by ownera.LMr. deal being consummated. J, ,
the action of the street committee, i will come to Kissimmee, 1 will not J I Emil Macb..receind.-8OIne-lll .. -..
the enthusiastic -
at ipcal newspaper recently statedja4Idundcrthlaordinance j'who is to have them properly! .placed" !I are-quoted-people as saying'who 'they in interviews are;:: j ombr\ hb-w-n1nr ()leramilJ'tm\ :: ly--1; [i bruise and scratches, and a shaft and I I-r Attorney- H. D. Geigerlnadea; ;;; busU ?f nif. .fc
". uponr the street corners. V. I. S, not onlv make a comfortable wheel Werw '
I making so much money raising a paraI > who" living one pf thtt/buggy broken, ,I trip to Tampa. 1
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Preaching. every Sunday morning( and w : YOU CAN COME TOt Z
M. S ReX Writes of the Happenings in ,evening. <

That Little Village.JI / Sunday School !9.45 a. m. -.J. M. Lee, D intones Are Too Numerous
{ superintendent. for KlMttimtfaeo People toINeglect.
Cf | ,The recent rains have not materially Prayer; meeting every Thursday,'I .
I interfered with the outgoing i and incoming -, .-- FROM -- e i '
i of our people. The woods are 1- Choi{ praetK-f eVery Saturday night! I '1'//he. great danger of kidney troubles

.Designs I rather wet but the Tracy Inn stands .- j is that they get a firm hplil before the KANSAS CITY\ f

R high and dry above the low water mark | 1 I KufTurer! recognizes them. Health is. 1'! t
I I-1'IS'OI'AL( gradually undermined liacknclie,
and the dwellers therein urplot er- RETURN FOR
; riously incommoded bythe' wet season, ,, H'v.J David/ D Kidd, rector I ache. nervousness. lameness, ,h"a'I'j'I I. .

b i MellHs lilaekwvll and Miirvey Avant Services every second and fourth; :Sunday lumbago, urinary! troubles, /Iropsy, I. $34.00 and spend 25 days +

,' were visitors last. week, and Messrs lit 11 ;(11 W( a. m.bmrnuniuuLnd. betes. and Bright's, cliscuHc. in I .-;.--4-."._. .-- .' .

John hunting and/ expedition Charley. Padgett stayed) with on u us hog II',' ( ,ice'.. Sunday at' mornings your men iless kiiinejH. suc'rewsion.('ti II"idlwYl I Oon't withtrreiortain nc'gleet. j' : Long Mioiifrli/ I fine... I to im estimate,, the best( .:

couple of .dMy. %-Tanner. < I f likewiw :,| Guild; (next nK ''v<'ry first '1 ijfdajrKA'lrKNAL and safe r'nwlyloall', /) Kidney I land in all)' )number of acres( (aver
V ; a visitor at the Inn. and Nathan Hlorfnl 1'ills, winch. hnncurcil ,people right herein .
tilt marketTor
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and family frequently spend the night .
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with un. Bob> I)b>' +
I lando, Flu. "'Doan'-x
says: KliUiey
und Young Tindall nrtik4his MASONK.Or '. 11tIe" priced of great benefit. to mi- ':
INSECT : h.-; quarters| with UK when in tin. \'I\<'In. 't'K.. I'.loi-som I.odifiNo. ".ii. IA F & For .some. time my kidneys wenweak, W :- S. ALYEA *
Ity. Lewiand Arthur Slim' cansometimes and the sec'letions from I these organkl
(be found. at the, old stand we \I.! meets( first and 1 I third !Monday\! I passed ho 'irregularly that 1 was. cuusei' Y Kooms ]11 1 & 12 State. (Hunk Hldjf. klSSIMMKK. FLA. :
nights in inch yi at 7 :'V< o'clo'k in j much annojaiue 'I'hf re. was also a .
seldom lack for visitors' und as theplace
Fraternity )Hull. ; soreness a ross m\ Iin. 1 doctored
I )n reputed for its heultlfy loeuHN4unit ': and! used! dilfercnt kulnt-v remedies, butit eeeeeee.eee.e.e.eeeeeeeeeFOR
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hearty KO'KI| fheer, guests. neverleave was. left for \Doun's Kidnc y Pills torelieve
\\'. \1 ("ursi.>n. sicn-tary me 'I ht* vurilents of liree( boxes ,
A OI \ ) in any wits dl ..ali"fi.I., withjthiiraccommodations ,
r'ngtl.wd, kidneys and
mv disposed -
A Pr l of th.* hue'kai.'he I have great con
In fact our little borough is rapidly KNIGHTS Or I' IHIAS. | lidence; "in 1)oun H-Kidnev I'llls. und gladly
commit to the front and us I its, surroundings Friendship ]Lodge, No. HI, ni(-,'th .-\.-ry ,, recommend them toot her 'people hav .
;T- I are known to consist of the, finest Wednesday night at 7. : For sale| by all I dealers (Prlct'Jt1! cts.FosterMilburn .
i game country in the. county and ouprofesmona > ', ternity Halt ('0. Buffalo, N. Y Hole ,
IK tugs, ; hunters as KOfHl an to F. C: Bryan, chancellor fumiriander. agents for the United States.
Dcitriyi 6< 'I found anywhere, thorn who enjoy thiamusement . K. (). Meek \ieep| erof records and ''''al. Remember the name Doan's and '
ill : take no others. The Truth
liMcti; Fwl are not slow taking: advantage
I! of the! opportunities| offered
The building boom has not yet reached l-VTillAN SISThKS How Far the Blood Travels l
our shores, and, while looking on the KiHHiinmoTemple' No. 21\ meets! j jevery I I The ml leu KIof; the blood clrc.tilutlon 1

i i bright aide of things in general, wethink Thursday afternoon at S o'clock I Iexcept reveals. sent.' ustoulsliliiK; fuels It tins I About Florida"and
the, fourth Thursday, at which, ]'
it betterthus.. The hunting beencalculated; for Instance, that as 1
time meeting.will be held at 7:3<>.-
grounds in other sections are being rapidly I Burning the heart to heat slxty-ulne '
('f closed in, and in a few years, at Pearhe }o;. Bryan. M. K C., .' times a nrlmilo ut ordinary pressure I
the Mal,..) H. Overstreet M of ]R <& ('. '
present rate, our county will cease the blood goes at the rate of 207 yards - values in--
OSCEOI.A (AMP NO. 71. W. O. w. -
f to be noted as the? sportsman's paradise lu a minute or nine miles an hour r \ .
second und fourth,
Meeting nights
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At the Inn splendid accommodationcan Tuesdays at 7.0: p m. year. IT n man I'lghly.ruur years old
6, B & :: H. T. Stanford C. C. Farming Timber and Citrus
could have had blood cur
Write to no be Gad at reasonable rates, and experienced one single ,
woodsmen are at all times. W. B Johnson Clerk. i ipusclu) floating lu his blood all) his life
1! lead the !I It would have traveled In that time
F : ready to sportsmen over the

? I1U-III2 1 choicest. hunting grounds the county Hex affords Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R.Meets I'nearly ord-Ueralcl 7.000.001mIlPR.Cblcago. ( Kec Fruit Lands Orange

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Trees In Alaska
GENERAL DIRECTORY in each month at 2 p. m. .
On the coast of southeasternlusku
1 I. r Fraternity Hall.. ,. Visiting. Comradestwrtlially the average auuual preclpltatluo. Is
f ri gLU.dontb: Blpcka; I Of' invitee], : I'about.ninety 111<,<) trees grow'>u j .I ', Groves .and City Properties : J
It3 Chutchts' .
I ( and Fraternal Sod- Q: : ) TAKBOX .
.it l. lel.... : I .... \t telies .c ""DER8Y lfIJIJo'I\t'E.! : a large size; lu tile Cl"ull'all.IIIINIU tliepreclpltutTon i .
:.- Pier. ; ff' of Kissimmee.r " ( 'td+ '+ AdjutantF4V! t .. .. ': Commander!)' j Is leNt tliiiu fifteen jDc .ell,1 ""'- i' .. """i ,. -
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Brick. *ll>. Including' the melted suow, au<1', the j Write or call on '
:lite lln ft 1 Preaching at St. Cloud average size of holier Is "small while
In 14e. d"I 1 oil the arctic slope" ninth of tin- It"' .kLuuuntalus ,\
Sunday school Sunday at ',
every .
I alno .iilid thu rcKlou; ieiJaieiit,) to ,
ter, .." a. rn. ('hun'hrvic... at 10 ;iJ( a. m and I '
the Berlug sell, cJlmutic ondilloiiM R. D. WARING & CO.
8e ma : ] BAPTIST. at 7.10 p. m. also on the third Sundayof '
make) forest growth itlto! !}cther linpoi-, '
''I Bunyan Stephens, pastor each month at ;a p. m. Christian En- Bible und those last tundras lire <'ov-

Sunday Sclioo]9,45 a. m -N.C. 13 ryan, d..avor'erv Sunday at 6.3p.( m. ,, aPed chiefly! with moss sedges. aid .11 'r State Bank BuildingKissimrnee
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,. Prayer meet ing 7 45 Thursday"Vl'n"'K. OKI papers can ue bought af this office '
> >* !Notice, is hereby given that the registration | at 20 cents hundred. i
B Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday ev,'ning. per They arethe
V. 8itors always welcome. books will be open at my placeof I very thing you need to put under
business iropi \9 a. m. to 12 m., and) I your matting. .,
from 2 11. m. to "!S p. m daily, from
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F In all j S. Snyder, pastor. ; and III the various election pre- .

Ire Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -G..o.o'. cinets from September 5th until October I
I' Parker, superintendent. Kth. Tim and place will be designated -
Christian Endeavor District) Officer
ing .and 6.30 p. m. by Registration:
s I I Preaching every second and fourth C. W. GRIFFIN,

Special I Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Oct. K. Supervisor of Registration
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Prayer meeting and choirs practice

y (Thursdays before the second and fourth h fiorida Maps. .
R. 1\Sundays at 7:00 fr m. ,/
of 25 cents at the
I Visitors most cordially invited to U1Ifi Upon receipt Valley should have one of our
k ervice8. . U-uuttte \office; a pocket map of Koridawllt'be
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United States. We can also furnish

{ cIIRIsTrAN of Osccola county at $1 each, d
.Osceola mars
M. Chisholm, pastor. 1: ,('Jlad to (estimate on sectional I malI [
': A of efcch month at I 11 a. m. and 7.45 I

p. m. Old papers can bebuughtatthisofflee[ '
'. Bible SSJja. m.-A. W Wmn at 20 cents per hundred. Just what you
-- superintendent A. > Davidson> assistant need to under .
:- G. P. superintendent; etc put your carpets, matting Y w q ,
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Real evening at 6.30( p. m. The finest colony oropcmition cver
Titles Prayer meeting and choir praoti very offered the public. H. M. Breaker,
Taxes Kissimtpee. has. it and will tell youhe
i' I Thursday 7.45 p. m. bout/it/ for !< asking. 528-tf '

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Any information regarding Banking in this section of the
country will be cheerfully given and your business with quality. you wish. Come in and look them over. l

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GEORGE Boat Builder Noo. SAUNDERS Ij 1 [ The Town of St ClOUd ] The Graystone. Auto Garage, ,I: .

Among the many pleasures enjoyed inSt. i hall I been obscured, and the only hope cf I G
MOTOR BOATS. SAIL p p p week box social it is 'U
Cloud last was a restoring rouKh an operation, '
AND given on Saturday (evening{ for tlio. I benefit i which he contemplates having performed BUICK U

) (IIREPAIRINQ ASPECIALTYRopre4clIt.tiY' of the St. Cloud base ball team. I shortly', and which we wish may be OVERLAND GAS FIND

(or I heTERRO Among the young: men from Kismmmee I successful. ri

who took an active part by donating/\ I Comrade J. II. Uoxwell of Illinois avenue HUDSON STEAM. CARS I.

Marine] ]EtiRincT liberally to a good cause were !Messrs. and 7th street brouglrt some specimens -I ..WHITE I .i

Charlie Donegan I J. M. Johnston, J. E. of brushes and dusters made from

World Slinaul, Cycle: MilarPumpmg'Engines Johnston and Fred. McCracken. By the palmetto to the Tribune office on TUPS- Repairs '
and Accessories
auctioneer stating that the gentleman day. Comrade: BoMwell claims the distinction .

Irrigation Plants !1 I buying the box not only had l the prlvl- of having made the first bruahas -
Itge of eating the lunch with the lady : of palmetto and the first rugs of AMPLE GARAGE -f "-. ...

that owned the box, but would be the Spanish Moss in St. Cloud. He is very "ROOM rHONE laV
'.t (_ A. UARrOI'rcaldea! N. t' /liKIAN, I St'I': lady's escort home after the social, enthusiastic regarding the. possibilities

caused-a few to bid, rath.r generously. of the palmetto, whose durability: and -,
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The CarsonG1'oceryCofripan Thosq( going the ,highest were Olin lexibity makes It especially adapted to

.. Childs.| $5.25'Ernebt; Penn $:i.Wi; Joe the manufacture of brooms and brushed'

i ; Johnston, 4.75.. and Jack Basil, buyingtwo ofwyery description.. Comrade Boa wells TluTRDLL MARKET 11 11arj :
boxes for $6.25 amount from the sT'Miig brushes made of palmetto as BASS

y hale of boxes $45.10. fast as he can make them and has .Hold

Mr. W. II. Wright' and wife arrived Us high| us. fifteen in half a la\'. : 1 I 11 i i One Block from Depot .

her Monday from Wisconsin They

\ Wholesale: and Retail Dealer! In turi will make St. Cloud their home in fu- Farm Owned by a. Kansas Fresh Florid. MEATS of all kinds.

Mr. Bartlett and family of Washington and WesternPOULTRY! eA .

I GROCERIESWE : are again with us. Man For Sale ,

: Messrs. It. S. Roberts and B. H. May EGGS. FRESH FISH
i of the logging camps spent Saturday in
St. Cloud. Thin farm' lies near St. Cloud, on- Spff'rtile/ilio/r Jo Phone Orders and Free 1 a.

- : SELL WE BUY Miss Della Basil spent Saturday. with tains. 270 acres, 180 acres. of which is'' Delivery lo any part of Ike,City. 'lone 189 -
covered with timber
fenced, land pine ,
friends in Kissimmee. Y
- except a few acres of cypress, affording -
.-- HAY HIDES Mr. ,Ed. C. Robert of Kissimmee I ,
:' lot of goo telephone, I telegraph,:
was here last week transacting bU8i fleas ,
GRAIN and fence posts.' The posts on these
4 FURS Messrs. Lewis and I Edgar Bass paid a
/ lands worth twice the of each
FERTILIZERS visit to Kissimmee last week. -1' ..
WOOL' acre covered by cypress timber. Thereare I ., '
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SHINGLES several acres of good land in culti

AND IUMS Of INTEREST CUPPED vation. School house on the land, and !I WINTER PARK'DEPARTMENTS

ORANGE BOXES near church. Postoffice! and business : -
ORANGE WRAPS ALL house on the corner of the farm, rents College: Academy,S.lj,,,.l ut w..,ic.School Hn Aria. School. of Expramlon.. School of .
for $15. per month,. and a residence, that i Domestic and Induatrml Arta Bu.ln..II"ho..l.. FACULTY bourse% .for Teochars.

.VEGEtABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE Newt Edwards Visit '(1 Kisiummpe. on rents for $2.50 a month, also ai small Twenty Profeanora and In.,r."w.o.. prepared In the rorenxwt, Unlv..alt_ of America and
Tuesday everjrnjj ;, returning Wednesday orange; grove that brings in an income, LOCATION \
CRATE NAILS besides to bring a n-venue. On Atlantic < out I,\In*and Saaboarri Air, I V-;mllea north uf Tarn<>a:on u..fsmood"Ftor'I,
morning. pastures ,
: ida.llriirhtK"'I In one of the moat Imullful' and hmlthftil towns of the South: : no . I
Jack Loll and Mr. HOOK of rCissimmec This land has $2t)0) encumbrances and BUILDINGSTen 4
I commodti'Utt all rm tibuildinirii" ; Sclvnc Hall roptinff 1'UlI' ( now In oft
motored l over to St. Cloud Tuesday is worth $2J per acre Lands not improved erection: a campus rif 'A aUth, xlotiinir. 10 I...k.. \'iivlnm. a huh I fa connected by navigable e** .
..\ We sell' field and garden seeds or all i Kinds eWe rporninjf l and much further from. town are .nmla wiUi 1.Qu.rter..C.three other million!I.akea.dollar...,'..ra'." outMidf room, for each atuiitnt. flt.etric.. ,llfhta, : nr. protectiruf -.., ,

give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping, Miss Herla Bryan of Kissimme was selling for nearly that price. Here man / ATHLETICS: r
r' hoot .ball... .bane ball 1 .....k.t ball golf tennis, _unw. awlmmingeraiulred. rynmrnstica.,, Coif
parties the. guest of her ui.tlp, Thad OllVer": on excellent opening to make a good .investment link.and vymnaiiium &. floe na any In the Houth. t
Free delivery .in c:tv, limits. Phone No. 12. Wednesday Thoroughly Chriattan, but undrtiuminational .Ilri and control'. '

We are county agents for good tprtihzars. Ask, us for :"cfrculai' Mrs.'J. W. Seymour and daughter, This land belongs to a Kansas; min, 2"R.' .v HI 111... F. li lack watt, Pio. D ,1.L. ILPnald.Ht. \. as

and prices on fertilizers .,' CI>iUof; Kuim'mnw were St. Cloud who might accept good Kantian f>roperty -

visitors Monday. near (Central Kansas tut part pay
-- - -- The Misses Susie Dale and Mujme John B. Stetson University f

K ooovcic>eoo Joaoooe>oc>o ec>ac c>ocsGe xOt10t20tOt IOtYt7t Y.i (I'raLhcr of KmHimmt-p were the guests Wo also have a fine place containing I LINCOLN IIULXEY. Ph. D., Lift. D., LL. D., PretJdent ,

C A CARSON J, A. CRANFORD d. ro LUI'FEKR of Will Barrier on Thursday 674 acres all fenced, has a mile of j THE PEST SCHOOL -lJoN. > FOR YOUR CHILDREN '

", "0,1 Vice. .. ld.II). !Secretary' A. W. Winn, the Kissimmee. ice man, beautiful lake front, with pretty beach SEND THEM TO STETSON :

was ben today looking over our fac and abou't ''KM acres of rich.prairie muck 49 Professors and Instruod.College of Liberal Art

tory. lie placed an order on account 01( land ready, for the ploW, bslajice hammock I 17 University ISuiWings College of Law "

repairs being made in his factory. and pihe timber land; has"4-room 28 Acre, Campus College of Technology '.
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. 581 Students Last Year College of Buaine j
; The work of completing our new
house arid about 10O bearing orange $250,009.04 Endowment Preparatory Academy -
achool building on Indiana avenue from trees, and sufficient land in (cultivationto j 15tOO! Volumes In Library Normal and Model School<<

r 10th to llth is rapidly progressing, and extend the grove to good paying S10.000 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Art
it will be ready for occupancy in about proposition. 10 Large Laboratories Science School( Music
I Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fln4 Arts .
sixty days. When completed the build. This is a valuable place and can be .
P' and Dressed Separate dormhr>rir.for roan mm end'ouac vpm a. Careful adminiMrati and thoreacfc. ___- 'i...
1tgh: ing, which IS of brick with a concrete sold for $25 per acre on most favorable :>II..n md nrtaociirlan le.<'\'"%. F.r cttilucaor __ tor tnformauoii. or for rom yaamalliMai.B ...... .
\ foundation, will stand two stories high, terms of payment.Full I Jt1NV STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeLAfyD.') FLORIDA
each and will havea ) particulars to interested parties.
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two rooms story
i Pine Lumber.. seating capacity of 160. I UNIVERSITY I I 1:1 OF: FLORIDAI I ElORIDA STATE 'COLLEGE FOR- .WOMEN 4'

H. D. Colvin hits been suffering.for a i I tumtiuf TALUNUSCI

month pant with neuralgia of the left Nelson Realty Company I I 1 A SUPERIOR RUT IKEIPt SI E INSTITUTION FOR I Collar.ut Art and. So knee*. Normal School +'

ilte pain being so intense at times I FLORIDA TOJIS MEN e Ilkhool, of MUM.C. School of Art School of Eacpraion *- ,.
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Florida. School of Home Economic.
Kissimmee I lour"011 ,aLjrrieulturmlexperinicnt station i
BILLS A SPECIALTY that he has not been able to attend to i 1 Unlv.r1Illy.lun. lo professor and ......t.I *: Fiat cl.. .. wruipmuthroughout.. Tuition fra*. tdr.a.
HOUSE business.! At the same time a cataract. I Anta. Ml per ..." low for tnfommtUn .dJEIWMI N
4 Attractive bulloiin..nd campua For eataingue ..
spread oVer the pupil until the sight Old iianf>. for sale at this office. 'ddri. a I MUSPlREPt.tMa+ CtttMAW......K HttK >, at
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: 08CEOLA! COUNTY. FLA.' gressive Town in florida.
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s.,. J, TRIPLETT, Aasoclate Editor. Lands :
the fact of Kissimmee being the :
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MPT.on* *..!. .. .. ... . .. ... . .f 1 00opr. Florida will be convinced of their: error
1' ..J xitw) .ail montli. .. ... ...... .... ... ... 60 when we state that the Hon. William

1 All .;;......u..lealJoDa, WMvpt tram Our authqrIfd > -Bloxham, Crawford who has so ,>ondnt*.moet by the writerniBtur the News for .'
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\ --- Col. P. A. Van.,Agnew in 'the practice : .. JI \ I

Friday Sept. .\1, 1010. of law. _, "" ' ,. '
Mr. Crawford, being a newspaperman 'T \ :

I of rare anility! has kept in close .
touch with the advance the towns or? 1 I
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Is Sent Complimentary. 'po'R': '0'
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our"ll. ate have'made during the wide t I. .oj \ ;
Panties receiving this paper two or three year,, and''' when" I r I '

h who are not regular subscribers posed-of his business intere t in Pen- .. \ : I

i, must not think that it js saoola and decided to .enter upon the ., r
tention of the publishers later practice of his professionv'lie was quickto ,. :-.... .. r \ ... "l.

} !: demand of them the subscription decide that Kissimmee was destinedto I

price, as it is mailed to them complimentary be, in a very.'short time, the metrop : "
f 26,000 Acres Per .
by our Board of Coun- olio of inland .Florida, and that here $$6.00 Acre > ;

ty Commissioners for the purpose success wouldKbe his in a much shorter ,

r of acquainting them. with the time and with a great deal less trouble . I
rr, many advantage* and dpportuni- and labor, than it would be at any other _. I.. Adjoining the -. :
ties this town. and county offer plac6 in the state, therefore he will be I

the homeseeker. The paper will with us until the last bell is rung and i

.be mailed for a few weeks to any-' all our'people are glad he i is here. KISSIMMEE PRAIRIE COLONIES .. '

''r person whose name is given tis I Mr. Crawford is exceedingly fortunate I '
and if they should de irc'
4 it regularly thereafter we.., Vans'Ag'new, for) he is without a supe- >. Address the owners r -
would be glad to put them on {fur rior in Florida as a civil practitioner .

subscription list at the regular I and his opinions in land matters are considered AGNfiV
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rates-til pe'r year, 50 cents for final. I I. : .

six months.Heat 1 T'he Fajajka News speaks; in the following .

. J complimentary terms ol Mr. | Kissimmee; Florida ; .
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Crawford although the 'News is in er- '' .
prostration; in Kisoimmee No ''ror about Mr. Crawford moving: to I. \. ,
sir! and that's not hot air. either. Jacksonville
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nL There is an old saw about poverty being "Wm. Bloxham Crawford late editor C
of the Pensacola. Evening News, and
no crime. I It is the reverse here. : 4
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who has but recently disposed, of his

ti Y Watch Kitsimmee grow, The und interests in that popular paper for the .
# of the crops growing here keep somepeople purpose of moving! !: to Jacksonville and

awake at pight-and that's. no engaging in the practice of law" .spent

dream.Jacksonville's. __ _ i about four hourz in Palatka last Monday .
and the News feels honored that .
"; tourist Beacon may be ; two of those hours. were spent with it. greatest satisfaction as they know the i KISSIMMEf'STORlmES I with the most extraordinary namc.youknow _
said to have begun if the crowded Mr. Crawford was educated in tint law, OSCEOLAJIOUNTY County Commissioners. will judiciously Ui-Kinx with u Km. you know.
street are any pl"OOt'of it-Florida expend dollar their I "
". but m an evil moment was persuaded every in Kissy me by jove.
i Times-Union.Jacksonville The land'K78f11mmee only difference between to abandon it for'ywsp per work. reads in the Small Amount of Property hands to further "advance tile county's -BY W. V. MACK.
i He made a brilliant success in that Sold for Taxes. interests. No Malaria For Her.I
.r one gets the tourists the other the ; These facts prove conclusi\ely that The English of I II It.Have .
i field, will now make a desperate
homeseeker.An Monday was the dav on which the tax Osceola is the most favored county in you ever noticed how strangers, Her I best young man hud come from .'
\ effort to reform. He needs the
prayersof I several miles down the visit
collector sold all thepcbpe'rty: in OsC''olacounty state to
epidemic ; the faithful. A man who i is by instinct Florida as regards advantages and possibilities when occasion arises, pronounce the
of suicide is sweeping her and out with her
was walking on
upon which Tlixes for the year
offered the horneseekeisand investor word Kissimmee. To us who hear it
Philadelphia. That town is certainly and natural selection' a politition, of his The usual
190H! had not been paid, and the amount that'"t the last night holiday.
and it is these facts !< 1n. daily it is a matter of no thought. The
living up to its name of being .a dead will never really know where he is at sentimental talk. Mont of know
i received ($21.05)) was so insignificant hundreds you
the North andWest
fn ducing fnyn outsider i invariably dwells ,on the final
one. Here in Kissimmee should until he lands 'some high office! A haw it .
any that the trouble was not worth the tak- to come here annually and locate.Osceola :"ej'giving it the "e" sound end inmost goes."Dearest
it is newspaper or a law office to such a "
one pass away an accident. They he ..aid. "remember although -
ing. is, not going to be, it is the canes prolongs and makes one'syllable ,
refuse die roan, is but the means to an end.
to naturally. There is too 1 am not with the same
i When the list of unpaid taxes was and you
progressive of th"fin.t
county "Kiss.
Watch Crawford. Politics is in his prosperous part,
much to live for in this beautiful ity. is. that looks down here
months moon on on
printed In too you
paper ago In Florida. The pronunciation of Kissimmee
'.. blood as a germ and the germ: has ... proper beautiful Lake Tohopekalign, looks
there were" only forty-three <
personsown- is one word., the latter
Bartow love her Kissimmy,
{ may cows a come down to him through several '
generations down und the. breeze that I
.'I ing property in this county who had not Epworth League.The on me soft
more well than wisely but the progressive of officeholders who )have part -simrhy sounding! like jimmy.
their taxes for the.. l.r.ious, feel on the coat is the mfme that will
: spirit is by no means dead in served the state with honor and ability paid year | Epworth League, which w'a.: recently The name is peculiar and, once seen cheeks "
her people. A recent action of 'her and who have served the state t hy their and on. Monday,_ Wjhejj:! ) the sale took reorganized at the. Methodist or heard is not l likely to be forgotten! caress your lovely"
"Not much she "the Kis-
there who did not replied
Council place were only: nine church is much .ji* the following will illustrate.It .
"t City was to appropriate tSf.'b faithfulness to duty made the name of accomplishing good. Himmee. air fur mine.. Don't know
have from the tax collectorcertifying you
advertzing the Good a receipt The membership numbers thirty., IS little known how wide a circulation
city. results now
Crawford one to with in
conjure this i la. the healthiest in the United
\ thAt all indebtedness to the :
ought to accrue to "the community if Florida He ii the grandson of the five and! is increasing at every meeting. the (Jazetthas.. but copies' go I ..tat..... "
had been cancelled I, and theproperty 1
the money is judiciously spent and not late Dr. John H. Crawford six times county : :Monthly business meetings", are held at regularly to l..
handed" over to traveling fakers who elected to the office of Secretary of of those nine was, sold to private the Methodist church in the second struck by the peculiarity of the name, I A Sad Accident. .

Ii are always abroad in the land with State and who .died while serving /this parlies-the purchasers paying the : Tuesday nights.after the first Sundays. 1 made inquiries regarding'it.. -

worthless advertising schemes.-:Lakeland twenty-ffrst year in .that capacity; ,i. advertising fee which' fact prevents New officers were elected at. : the last I In due season he received his reply. On, Thursday, September 1st, the.:.v, ..;
'the Valley Gazette from rendfrin'g a meeting Kissimmffe town in lorida U. S. five-year-old son of Mr: and' Mrs i\\
News. '
.., aged 85 year He is the -lion of: lion. ', as follows: '
.-. Iii Clay Crawford, the present St ( bill to the state-the only time such a j Miss Eloise Moon, president ';,!! A., now being developed, and noted for Aden .Sulivan, while playing in a .chair <,
M": Eo M. Barrett, connected with 're.I'I thing has ever occurred- the history, j J:'its fine agricultural land the; back; porch of .their residence @tl.
. tar)" of'the'Statewho, ,[t. Snow .. ,, Miss Pbyllis.Jajrell. vice-presld nt. \ ; anything can pn ? .
the Gazette for the past,:even months, his tenth in office land has pnly fat this'county, and'"we'venture the assertion f j -- Ed; C. Roberts, second vice-president. '' be grown there. A friend of his meeting in North Kissimme fell and struck the "
i 3. now in charge of the Lake Butler year that it has occurred<1 in airy' '
started. Wm. Bloxham never Xliss Marie Huddlvston l third vice- him later gave him a personal invitation bark of his', head against the floor.
Star That paper has acquired an able Crawford is not only well known but other county in Florida" J.president.Miss to meet an American visiting Nothing was thought of the matter at

., and efficient band to guide it, one whose 1 favorably known in all parts of the Now, there's a reason and a good! one : Rhea Pherigo'third vice-presi London and staying/ at his house the time, and' no alarming symptoms

long experience and vast knowledge !i State. He's a. chip from the ancient' why this should occur which is, that "His name it i KVade. he CHI<|. "A occured until next day, when the child

particularly of the state, will be of material Crawford his fathers block have and before will make him. good For as a the lands lying in this county are'con- dent.Miss Alma Griffin, secretary. landed proprietor don't you know*! Hut went into convulsions. Dr. Winn was ,

'It benefit. Mr. Barrett states that month or two, Mr. C awford is goingto side red too 'valuable by the owners to Miss Maud Thomasson, treasurer. my word! I cawn't recollect .the name%i called in and found that the trouble
the"Star will be strictly democratic. To. of risk of the title thereto ) Miss Nina 'Bratton. agent for LeagueEra. I
L rest-or practice politics! same permit any of the blooming place he comes from. was caused from concussion of the
anyone who knows or has met the new thing to a man of his mak'e up-and being clouded with tax deedsand;, again \ Says he can grow anything, don'' brain as a result of the 'all. The little
9"it I editor this information would be super then he'll begin the practice of law, the valuation that is placed pn the land j New members: Misses Ida Hamilton know. you. patient's sufferings ended deathon
with an occasional regret for the Lucile Hamilton and Mary Jefferson, were by
)fluous. We trust he will make as by the assessor! is so low that n..srly..v- Garnett and Ed. "Oh! .
many newspaper where he always. stood in Foster Newton Coombs can grow any tiing-) the other Sunday; and'th. remains were' Inter-
friend'in Lake Butler as he has. here. the limelight"i' cry holder pays his taxes with the McKee. replied "why,, my boy, it's the place red m.Jtose Hill( Cemetery on Monday.II .


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,;t Get it from us or some other reliable ...:._'J -,. .. '. ..1- .'' _ ;; 1 1 .Railways uhder construction; Titles
'f' ,I"C'o.*. =-but it and db-it NOW. ;,. : ,, .' .
get Only a few '. ,>,.,.1 ... 'j{ guaranteed ; Abstract free.
short years and every acre of this grand ." ,\ ' ,' .-, ,,,. The lands
IV :( . ," .t.4 ?.10.J:....!,-.... t are undulating prairie and produce -
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country-rthe "Italy of America.n-will sell at .. .. ', '" ., abuncance
: ...j.: :'. i,,"'" f in -'Pineapples, Grapes, Or-
such prices that will be beyond the reach of anges, Grapefruit, Millet Corn Sugar Cane

many. Then it will be LEASES and they :i I Kaffir Corn Velvet Beans and all Fodder

t'. are not nice. Crops. Pecan.Nuts. etc.. etc. Anything you _

For a time at least, every purchaser of care to plant. .,
our Prairie lands.will be given a photo of his The finest YEAR ROUND white man's '.

farid-WE ORIGINATED plan of selling climate ON EARTH thrown in free.

land- and would like your opinion of it. Present prices: $2O.OOan acre 20

Wouldn't YOU like to owh a tarn like acres upwards: $1.00 an acre down and $1.00

i, this? We 'have over 125.000.acres-you an acre monthly. No taxes or interest.

naafis your choice if y.ou apply now. and you I Telephone service now available. StEamI -

d can order by letter and have several weeks to I boat competition to_ our lands insures low--

"- examine same. I railway; rates.
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'. with your farm, your money will be cheerfully HUNTER LAND COMPANY have averaged over 1000 acres PER DAY *':

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I having: a cement of the members of the V. LAKE

'''TK'LBPHONC' NO.; it, 'j of moreto his residence.that' being placed on the street cur Society Happenings : EXCURSION
the city\ which will ,
erty.; to the) convenience of our :: > ':
.., PUBLISHED EVEtfY FRIDAY and especially strangers as Miss MtLDRRD LBH . I ___ ,
va' Mr. ancLMrs.. ScocidT B4IMA > ./
"' it will demonstrate, that our the Launch: ACELLA" will .
son Joseph Mrs. leaye
.' -8l- daughter Mamie earned the right to b 4 trilled .. -
r., e' : W.'B..H..U:' III. returned Sunday, ,, delightful event of the week was a -THE CITY DOCK----' '

:==.:= -:::;:- outing at Green President' of party given by Miss Mildred Winn at 1"
lIIgton Burs, -afternoon For A TRIP DOWN THE UKEat,330
Valley Land Company, her home in South Klssimmee. Many Sunday
Mr. Chas
''' few days in the city this week. Friends of the hostess were prtsent.She ; '
Weather Report Tampa, is highly pleased with the turnlog'at'6' o'clock 'i
I I in Pmedala from his company is achieving In dis was assisted in entertaining-. by Or- .t ua '

C And will move of Iota )ph! Rose.. : itpJ. u
at Klssimmee Pyrlcr FAf>E. ADULTS 2So. CHILDREN 160 (
4 y FolIlwing'are tie daily temperatures .developing number of settlers have been s

,qd and precipitation as lit you have ap.' ; and building operation are Miss Ines Carson, who has been .

wish to rent this progress. He states that the spending the summer at Hot Springs, ,
the Government '-
'..\. reported -by U preparing the A land for a .
of Ark. 'Her
or cheaper way returned T.hursds'y, many J'
\. station at Kiasimmee for the' by placing"an garden to be planted. friends are delighted to have her back. FREE COUPONJ.' : .' -
week ending Sept. 8,'1910. zette's classified VOTE .1 sq
MAX HIM. was The Baptist J, H. Walker, who represents Misses Kate 'O'Berry and Kathleen ,...

'"; T. Mitchell of the r district on the Board of\ Peacock spent a few days at Mr. .',. ..1t.!!
i.: Friday-. : . . S3 72 I '- "'
happy recipients Commissioners Was the first of ..'
Saturday. . . 96 72 . tion to the V. G. to hold a private conversation O'Berry'a: farm, This Coupon entitles' .M . _- ._ ..'

Sunday.. . . 9? 76 the Supt Of public new 'long distance telephone ., Mr. Chas. Moon visited Loughman I to ]0 votes in! the POPULAR VOTING CONTEST J
. 'Monday. . . 96 73 year class. Whv this city Kissimmee passing and the Bassinger compli this week I'. ,now being held by the KISSIMMEK' VALLEY "ZlTTI!. : l f?

-1 Tuesday. . . . 97 76 . Mr. Guy Platt the daywith his family at his I : . t

Wednesday. 9!$! 73 . of Lakeland, one hundred miles away. I Mrs. Stanford arid Mrs. Bullock, accompanied .

Thursday . 98 71 . interviewing by their children, retunred' (Signed) . \
secured several KlsT- ? "
Iliad, who cam to
son's from Griffin, Ga., with his fam home Wednesday nijht'after a three i .
other! column of winter to Investigate conditions : weeks stay at Coronado Beach.
so favorably impressed with I This Coupon Not Good After Thursday. Sept. 15tb, 1910 .
-- Mr. J. S. that be has decided to make i it> To Exterminate White-fly. .. .
ing in his home and is adding : ,

LOCAL | complete the- rooms Ur his home recently. Th.e firm of Stirling: ilk Stevens, whi -
HI; fILD.1 at that time on Hughey; street which will white fly experts, have arrived ire Kis-

place, where a an improvement to !that growi simmee and, offer their services to the The Prodigal Daughter. He reclaimed them every time. His
In Mr. Frank of the city. followers drive them deeper into sin or
_._ _. ..... public ins stamping out this annoying JacVBlanton IV
- - - ----- --- --.-- in Paris Appeal The condemn them to'live.
--- behind) eloeed
It would ba Winn entertained a large peat. The method used is spraying
HvuhUeston will the Board of reason t' parable dealt with a prodigal curtains by denying them lympathay,
Marie reiur
Miss ; of the future beaux and belles with fungus, which feeds on larvae of
'. from Coronado Beac, ooay. / f Monday night on 'at ihje home of her par son instead of a prodigal daughter, society and helping hands. The demoralization -
the white fly and saves the trees and
hage \ of Kie' present as and Mrs. ,W. L. Winn on Jonia w.s probably due to the fact they are workirg in towns '
See of adverb e to our*town are P afternoon. The folks fruit from destruction. This firmis
Granitoid Works i i. i..sue. of young that would not ave been true to life and cities should arouse us to a saner
simmee disposed I
reccommended the State
delightful time playing the by Exper-
had it been way-the Christ winning them
otherwise. No matter way-of
cut fronf-tti ill re not games of childhood and feast iment station and will introduce the :
Coupons paper Mr. Ryan, a
which Dr. and how deep in sin the man back to the right path.
counted in the cpntest for the xshoe north, stopping good things the a charge of 2 cents a young goes- '. -
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prize- from the plank had provided for the occas- tree. They, can be found at the Park no matter how many girtsxhe may debauch Mail order houses contribute nothing '
side of the hotel how heartsNhe
The Board of Trade vjill' meet Monday Hotel, or through! the local postoffice. many may tor the communities where their patrons
"hjred a leg. He .. L. Porch of Somerset, Ky., break, how heads fee
many grey may
Council 87-lt pd.
o'clock in
night at 7.30: pital in Orlando, will _ live. They: do not help to build school
this week and
the in
in city bring sorrow to the grave-a enthusiastic -
chamber.Mr. his future home. Mr. News reached Klssimmee on Tuesday houses, churches county roads and ,

R. T. Butler is having a handsome In announcing winter here and our- of the death on Monday night at Plant welcome awaits him in e sidewalks; they do not call at the bed.e ,
Lucy ClaHdon in City, of Capt. Harry Vleck. and that home, in his church and i in his command .
tile sidewalk laid in front of his ten acres of valuable land just "
of the sick
nor do they help bury ,
t qs the city which he has had clear- his remains would be buried in the cemetery ity when he comes back It is not so a
residence. Hamilton wh put in shape for cultivation this at that place. Captain Van Vleck with the prodigal daughter. She the ad. They take but never give. '.
Mrs. G. B. Woodall is spending the fart of the mat brought a-carload of livestock was one of the best known !Dt."n.along The money from the small towns and
week in the country with her friend, ton wa the name goods: with him. His our water front, and, his genial presence -I have gone out but a few steps into sin farms builds palaces for the. mail order
will be sadly missed by all followers -may have been beguiled into the
Joe Ward. will arrive in a few day.: ,
Mrs Miss men. The home merchant does his
Bessie of the water Tat this
port. I wrong path by some crafty devil who
Tax Collector C. L. Bandy made a attending the \ .. Fell, of Warrenton, Vir I took advantage of her innocence or Inexperience share in buildin yonis community and .
"business trip to Tampa and Fort My Madison for the one of the largest estates : I desire to inform my customers thatI I he seeks always tdl accommodate his '". .4
ers this w..k.Ulrn wipe to reach /' State, and a very interesting': will be absent from the city for the or may' have gone astray patrons. It is cash in>advance with the
met by the visitors to the next ten days but will leave my business because there was more of hell than of
to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Felker, Walker, and { # week.among Mr. Fell, with several in competent hands, and any one desiring heaven in hef home.-but no. matter mail order house. It Tisver tna.... .
Bowens' ranch, Friday August automobile to and it Loyalty to one's home is principle of
at on \ .., owns large tracts of land in cleaning pressing can get what the circumstances, no matter how ) \
2(>th, a daughter, ; and he was here to see done at my place the same as if I werehere. good citlr.enllhlp.Sl. Cloud Tribune.
Mr. C. E. chief in charge Sprague Fleming. quickly repentance may come nor how ,, .
Mrs. H. C. Stanford and children the -
examined Mr. Fell is an Enplish- sincere it may be, there is no bringing
'have returned from a two weeks outingat it to Grows Q.nlat.
deal of his forth of rich robes of the '
has spent a great no slaughter
Coronado Beach. octave, and a "How do you like Upton FAIRBANKS. MORSE CO. \
Florida and -Virginia. Talla- fatted calf, no rejoicing or making
f advertisements wart it get True Democrat. "He seems cold and reserved." 2 H. P. Gasoline Engine $90.
Don't fail to read the the Kissimrnee merry when she comes home. It has
\ in clasifitfd columns. You may find "He does at first, but h* soon thaws. .
C..e Mill
our For Parts orlmfpt
I jUAt what you've been looking for. Mr. F. R. M, Stryker. sales manager After you have met him a few times ever been thus. It will continue to be so _._,ft., writ or call ,

I Kisgimmee; Fonon Fruit and Truck Land he will come up and slap you on the until Christian people emulate the example Hillsborough Hardwire Co. '

Mr. II. Fleming returned on Monday joined here this headquarters at Loughman, back and ask you for a dollar. Just as of the Master who was so cour- a
from his annual summer outing among the city On Tuesday and paid HI4-III2: FruMkllsi. St. TMMP
in "
who peen cordial as cnn be. teous and tender with erring
most pleasant visit. Mr. F1s'I'
old friends and relatives .in Georgia.Mr. month They a
the with 3.30.'t came to Florida from Chicago ,i ip
and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., who present intention of Remaining only : -- -

have beenspending the summer in New Thomason. the winters but tije longer he ; 'H

York are expected home tomorrow. We are the better he likeH our state,
. ) W. Downing ill he has derided to imike his -
I .< Mr. and Mrs. K. E Williams and ter being laid up .. home in this sectiOTj, and 4
children were among the excursionists game knee. The : he will more than likely Spake ..
I who visited St. Augustine this w..ek.Mr. his headquarters. -
ence, ks as {

J. A. Wheeler, one of Uaven- ery! Ihinir that
C. A. Tomkins and Frank
at has
ort'B leading citizens |pent Monday
|> N. Y. am' Is
of ,
landing to business matters in this city. Binghamton KIS"SISM'MEEw f
Certificate of Windsor N. Y., arrived

J Mrs.: S. H Cullock and children have subscribing or .. Wednesday night on a pros- '
returned from a visit to the family of Gazette, and tour, and .made this office an .

Mr. W. J. S. Carr at Coronada Beach. contest manager call yesterday. Messrs. .
the finest shoes and Paisley were here about PAR, "
week for from 'and have been keeping up ,.,;;,.. ""' ," t.
Mr. A. W. Winn left this pone cut ago ., ." , "
s S, v "- Louisville, Ky., to pnrchase machinery' fer. Only ; progress of bur city since ,'',. : (.. ; e
the columns of the Gazette.. ; '
for, enlarging 'the capacity of his : ," If" "ll1lei'
plant. Tlierewlll be hope,-Itiese good people -- 1 .tI. ,,,.; .. "
oot i.I" .W' '.. odist church ." to purchase homes and lo- "" t
u .'" ":" Mr. C. D.: Carroll returned to' .the : account of the. with us.
. city Sunday night from'Georgia, where who ill assisting

spent a few days last week transacting I ing at Linden, I afternoon last the editor 4 A Colony Proposition.5A :J" ya
buHiness.Certificate. filled\ in the .. I parer was treated) to a ride on -
I lee, presiding .. Lon. Dann's new launch.the; "
i votes.are obtained only by trict going subscribing or renewing! for the ValleyGazette creek as far as the Park Garden -
and must be signed by the con- Mr' Chas. \ flows a full two-inch stream ere TVacts and larger. '
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test manager. Kirksyille, Mo; above the round. The Ro a.

" The first carload of grapefruit to of Osteopathy. Capt. Dann's own handiwork he
leave the state this season was shipped young man and modeled the boat and done most Vegetable and Land.
e from Manatee county Thursday, September !' in Kissimmee work on her himself. The boat u'Fit .
the HI. eer with a great C6 feet long and Is fitted with
1 ing sure he will with SOn
p. engine, two state rooms ,
Mr. C. H. Lintner left Tuesday for profession. I berths kitchen and pantry. It .'
his old home in Mooreland, Oklahoma. Dr. J. C. arranged for taking out Front.; ,-
His .on, William Lintner came down to macyT is and pleasure parties, for which .
accompany him home. natures asking will use it this fall and win-

.Miss Virginia Tiller substituted on Company to Fishing, Boating and Transportation .

.. the judge's committee this week for jn Kissirnnnee. William L. Underner, of Elk- convenient. ,. .

Miss Mae Graves, who is helping her paying offices and is ., arrived 1n Kissimmee last Q,
father invoice his stock. Tap pa, bring-
i consideration at on a prospecting tour t '.
wife and mother. Mr. Under.
In this issue of the Valley Gazette pany. the Valley Gazette a moat '
.' Frost Protection. _
will be found advertisement offering
an 1 Sheriff C. F. call on Monday and, during a
; for sale that splendid piece of property daughters of stated that he and 'his

': known as Flemings Island. I his sister, Mrs. I were -more than pleased with a

Rev. J. R. Geiger, of Apopka was In'',. week. Mr their, and home would in in fnture.all probability Reading Installment Payments or Cash. '" '

the city this week visiting his brother .1 viable record as I ol _
Gazette the
: H. D. Geiger, Eso. and working in the I county and is .. } coming was to Kissimrnee.cause
interest of Columbia, College. of that section. .
Lake Butler are. above was written Mr. Un .
I' Groves of Citrus Fruits on the .
property -
loca has two lots in the
About thirty members of the come him back purchased '
Carpenter's Union went up to Orlando Butler Star. end of town, on Which he will .1 1 speak for themselves. I '
Monday and participated in thel Labor a home. '
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Day Celebration at that place. I Mr. and Mrs. J
YI children arrived came near being a mostfterioua .
.i Mr. M. G. Waring of Lakeland who from Alton, 111., occured to Mrs. Thomason, I ieH! '

Is making a success of the_ real estate chase property h Dr. F. G. Ttiomaaon, last Mon '
business, was circulating among hisfrl..nd. home amongst It appears that Mrs. "'- Send for illustrated. book and see what those ,4
desired to a cupboard ,
in thin city last Monday.All worker by trade open -
city's many fit tight, and in doing so it who have known it all their lives think .
members of the Board of Trade live through the ary to use her full strength, -
should" -attend the m..tlnaMonday His household( this occasion it came open with of it. j* j* j' j* Jjt h
night as matters of extreme importance way here. that the corner of the door n
to our town vlhe\ presented.The her in the corner of the eye, and
Mr. N. A. CIay it was thought the sight
Rev. David TO? Kidd will hold with a party of ,. but a few days in a dark
services in the Episcopal church on Sun start for time eye well bandaged had

day next Morning prayer, sermon Ai.y' persons and at this txne we are in- I
and holy (communion at 11 I o'clock. will be. "' ." that there is. no danger what- Kissimmee Valley

Votes on subscription must be asked harvest .Ms, crop> Mrs. Thomaxpn losing the use

for at the time money IB orders corn and make eye '
will be accepted hereafter forvotes winter crop of
f previously paid. and potatoes.- J. F. William, a leading citizen
on subscriptions and County Commission Laiid
't Mount Vernon, Company
J )Mr. W. N. Garner has returned to Bass, of Whittier, were' in the :
St. Cloud after spending the summer in Capt. L. E. on business. Both these

Kentucky, and was greeting his many boat, the Acella, state that the people in their ,
friends in this city Tuesday. Mrs. Gar Fort Myers a ofxfte county are jubilant over p
ner and the children are still in Kentucky out an excursion of the railroad which is to J. E. MATTOCKS
'r but are expected to arrive here Sunday. This is through there in the near fu-I .;
next week. best appointed that real estate values were MANAGER '

ri seen in these beginning to advance. Mr. .Y" E ....
:'.I Judge and Mrs.: G. F. Parker returned fitted for stated that a small building Kissimmee' Flor1da';:: k
:';;, Tuesday afternoon from their bridal ties. Her speed' sold there recently for $50. : ; ,
trip which was spent in Georgia and and all interior ,. WfUams, and Baas. both own
South Carolina and are now at home at. ly finished in property in Whittier, which -"",-/.
"J. their handsome residence on-fiminel out another eyed into town lots ::.;.>.

Street. \noon, leaving: at on the market in a short time.

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One of the ; ? \ I ,of ,Faith. \markets hall !
; I. tong experience on the for fertilizer materials i ;
pa.yin good parts of the world and to in quantities +
I AKtfrUM ample capital buy great
Jr T- HADUY.Idnl" Yale U"lv nl ts.
jit most favorable times and to obtain all concessions given for
Seven. city 'j strictly cash sal *.-'wo buy/our/ materials at lowest possible prices.
+ THAT io.
Two of the and
' leading: railroads have laid their tracks to our Factory
FAITH AND INTO A. LAND OF FAITH. MANY GOOD any ship that can cross the St. Johns Bar can unload at our dock;
1 -' : PEOPLE WILL TEUL' YPUjJC AT THla ,is AN AGE so whether we buy at home or abroad we secure the lowest freight
rates and delivery Is,made at our door.
C. I WHEN FAIJH; HAS DBOAYEDi AN AGE WHEN THE Our factory is equipped throughout with labor-saving devices, there-?
I HUMAN RACE HAS &.IOaT'lTa BELIEF IN THE ,THINGS fore our fertilizer I\if handled at minimum cost J. '.<
; I ; WHICH ARE MOST NECESSARY TO ITS' LIFE HERE Our trade Is so immense that our office expenses are much 1 leas per ..;.
T ton than is possible in a smatter business. Our every condition is ,:
AND HEREAFTER. THIS IS A WRONG VIEW.: favorable for economy,and we give you the benefit. While we-. I
make the BEST we can and DO sell the CHEAPEST.Call C
: VE GAINED FAITH D? ,OTHERS and the faith that we on our local agent **_> .f

r } .... gained are greater in number and importance and inspiration. WATERS. ,&, cARSON GROCERY 'CO.( .:::
:) the faiths that we hare lost. or address .. !

: I We have_lost faith in signs and portenta and supernatural mani' I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer, :Go. Jackornvvi:: :.. J

tatiODS of in certain and formulas L
power, dogmaa once supposed to '
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essential to Miration. We have gained'in their= place FAITH IN ------r 1 1I'

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: PKIC'ES( : (! There are several classes of mistakes which the present age is .

subject. Our faith in man may lead us into an EASY Does General Contracting" and Building and Furnishes Esti-

i ne TOLERANCE which is neither intelligent nor .Christian. itiates on Structures of An,size or dimensions whether. t
it be a Two-Room Cottage Tourist Hotel.
or a
.faith in society ma, lead us to COUNTENANCE THE MIS

K' EF NOT THE EXCESSES OF SOCIALISM. Our rii. it a. Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELL5 t.

i i in science may be carried to the point of scientific bigotry. .Our in which he has met with the greatest success t
of any man in Florida. ,
that God is fighting on the side of right may blind us to the RE
will be well and quickly done.K1SS11TItIf'e, FI a.F .

,I I Today we try to judge for ourselves regarding God's attributes- and .

I '. wishes. Of responsibilities\ 'which go with the exercise of :, -2. ;:; :
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judgment this is the greatest. .

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fall ( ilism Is an Instinctive ... +
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Passion of Our Race. .1.. ............ ; !
I i : By JACK LONDON Author t There you will find SHOES, HATS + ,:

Ti TS contest of men with padded gloves on their hands is a I t DRY HOODS ANDNOTIONS, allot best + (
II great + .
I 4. quality 'and I. .
THE ENGLISH SPEAKING '.J 'ACE and that has :::

C taken centurics'or the race to develop. 4i Call Before Buying Elsewhere i 4l f'Jf

Pugilism is no superficial thing n fad of n moment or a generation. I i ._, l!

genius or philosopher devised it and persuaded the race to adopt ++++++++++++++++i-+++++...+++++++++++_F 1'+++++++4++++++ 1
as their racial Sport' of sports. It is as deep as our consciousness I
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i d it is woven into the fibers of our being. I It grew as our very c

It is instinctive of lan'l .
grew. an passion our race. .1
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And aa men today thrill to ,short Saxon words just so do LESLEY COMPANYOL.OLJD

I the and the and the exhibition of and I ..
I onslaught. repulse to ...... gameness
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I This is the ape and tiger in' us, granted. Hut, like the man in jail. I FULL-LINE-" !- OF 9'

}is in us, isn't it? \ 1E CAN'T $ET AWAY FROM IT. It ia GENERAL HARDWARE
1 fact the irrefragable fact.' WE 1.IKj! FIGHTING. IT'S OUR ;
. Vool*. honolnu.; ......Ito...... VirnNhoOlamware kroch I
A TURE.' I .oy.n4 Wh/on.. Full Line olUcntit'' Pnralxhlna. ll.l->. . .
We are realities in'a real world and we must{ .ACCEPT' THE and Cape.: .dl.., How. "
'a.. J. OF ,'OUR NATURE, and.aU' thrilloblenesa' we'are'' GRAIN r FEED. AND FERTILIZER< '"

Seed live in accord with the real world, and those who try to get away -

these realities, who by ukase ,of the will deny their existence I (.(rx--r Lrx'ttlni[ .on N. Y. Ave,. 2 cloor. from "'t.I t'nuil: hot.1.1lial l
I : dwatr Slor' I'pnn A\<'., near IMh St {
only in living in ft world of illusion and misunderstanding
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These, are the people who compose theater fllnicl. tire panics and OUR PRICES AU.' LOWEST ALLenlrforFll.LFRN.11aNV," Puma I knarncr. .nFirm ;-

,yt .. I: panics. FVRNI: i'-t E

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Home In Danger ; 1Pee

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f' ; I Man No Longer Ruler. o 10I

Br AUEXANDIK: HARVEY Editor ot Current LMcralurc ,
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1 ON A PAULINE BASIS AMERICAN I Prepared any kind of work in

18 RUf ON A STRICTLY PAULINE PROGRAM All work guaranteed. Prices
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When I say the American home got away a

" 2 ,Livery I mean it baa departed from the doctrine laid down by the apos- Well Driller I Also prepared to furnish and install
deep well Pumps and Engines.::
Paul in the fifth chapter of his epistle to the Ephesiana-"WIVES, _
Agt. YOURSELVES UNTO YOUR OWN HUSBANDS Dont fail to ge-t my estimates All roeEgltipped +
. d WTb< II tracts filled promptly.
:%:..L' ci : : : : : :; UNTO THE LORD." lj. this verse is the only foundation of a
; Best' Gable Machinery
'. MORGAN C. BRiTT Ocoee. KUf .
Ir 'uic.Americiin <6'LINt

.F' yy1' satisfactory business is conducted on a Pauline basis because when -

ONE HALF von find employed in offices shops nr factories they are
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Everv virile man believes a* I ili I >

} r f ....... or for congress on an ANTI-WOMAN SUFFRAGE PLAT- w a BOND GUARANTEE

... -" I { ( I'd boat the,most popular" man in the country. Y5f PACKED INSIDE EACH ROll OF

: ; Social Standards. *Real ..., arnol? ., CONGOROOFING .l

ST. : Danger to Boys of America. T IMH WE VEIc

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fcNDICOTT PtABODY: 'Prl"-I..I l of th. Croton !School For soy.C
- By the Rev .
j Congo i it USe only Re.dy Roof. The Surety Company a ;learns theseban's
HE most laudable desire is the desire to serve, to ELEV A 1'F ing carrying the Nalional Surrty i i and back ol them u their tWo
THE STANDARDS OF SCHOOL AND COLLEGE 'lAND I Co.:,bond ll came> with it terms ml lion' Jollan of " ll u a matter
a. and condition thai make U especially al- ol keen salulartion to ui that they were
.OF TIIE WORLD. The school should teach the boy to I t
: stand behind
: I active. to anyone wboeu\ consider the I willing Conga ROO DI. ( r+
# I be'truthful and trustworthy and to give the beat that i- i tooting question.. you arc immune I from any reipoaiibility
other than the
giving roofing ordinary
) him to the service of mankind. r'.. I For 10 yean you can red easy about w lo-day for samples of. Congo care.and
I FALSE SOCIAL STANDARDS CONSTITUTE A REAL PERIL TO your roofs ll covered with 3-ply Congo.[ full information.
and we know that it ii probable you will Remember,that with eceryrollof
RATE get even longer aemcc out ol M. you get a genuine Surety. Rood "
Special : i The message of the school to the boy it touches should be tli'

of Christ. It should,, NOT PANDER JO TIlE ARLS'l > I ROSS GRAVES


Y. R. Beailey. T. I them to continue to grow within the jwliool or inculcate ill tin

boys the desire'to perpetuate them in their future careers.

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WEDDED THE DEAD. 000ronbe ...ond Wadntwlay. In October Jn "
Notice. of 4
Th8'GRAYSTONE.HOTEL v S S Incorporation.! &...l ry ,ea,. 'Any one odluef may bold Notice of Election.M
Qu..*' Marriage Ceremony Thai S WaePerformed ; ___ \ 1 a. or mure oflkoea is f ih. cximpsujt' thoukl the, ,. :
-ALWAYS OPEN .... Boird -
", of IJIr-H'tori ao dtvldiv 1 .
'( -. **" "* Japan .:Soiit' IH hereby Shalt (hViute iedef..lgerd ThcHlc4)ra of the iMinioao; for Iliaftnt year,. \.heraaa lira Leiletattes. of. Butler1 1
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91LB uiiderlha
fOU The tragic ending of a Jap&lleoe'Jo..ltoQ ',
"' will a.p1y 1 i theboDorab.eAlberO\.C.lchrli.t. uiihl': dtlOMWt1llioD -
or thou
Imcoenixirt )
are eltotlla t nholl IM of IIM, ..f tbe .8t.w ol. Florida ,
_. ilreadwayand ijirt
4 Office BideCottac Folaalel A".nu.* .ami Whole tot r In parta. U reported by the Japan GonrDW' ofih. Iitaj.ct Florida" at TallaWa.. a. follow, Do'pb Ilerli.) I'rimldent! B 1>. Lei- 'j' pax three l"lnt Koiibliiilon., prvpoaioi. m.indi., .
Chronicle from Tsataki. a UtUe ', fiorlU, "IUba> Vdi5ay . .
I '-- .eaald.l Octobtr. ''>. let Vl0Pr4H4ld; f Vans Attuew. IludVlc moat to tb. tbnnHMlUon
r Two Cc>U..... : =. .i iOraruie .Tillage in tile'pro.1Dce of 9IUtor../ Utlem ,>patent' Incorporating KtSBIMME (. Frenidoiit: N. 6, fsratiu. Ire.atireri'nud i ida and the were avr. Hl I 141 by a you of
Grove on clay road. .... OoOf. Matiuaaka twenty jean old. :KICK: Af> COLD STOHAOE!: COMPANY' R'49. tot...... "Sexretarjand' that the Tullovrloic thr a-O the of ill the .meinbefe alnctod to each BARBER SHOP

: ; fell;l 14, lor* with Otto O-bon. a girl U itderlhe:I .. nx-priJivoMd charter: n amed pnrHOna sen a. tli. Board of Director: 110"....; that lie vot.... oh Bald Joint Bmolntltnui

,;Apply) to UW.TIVRMAF.ThIOIYPt0n: Hotel Mveoteeo jean old. Tb. yousgouple DOLPH BRRLI.S Vo\vti. ierli. E.! L. Ladearr.* Ajuvw; nB ware" Entered upon. their ....._1". JonraaU : :

. soagat tbe convent of their H. T HUTtKR' Cariraii, Itt.). HeeL! K. T huller and W .H, ..with yea and uayi thereon. and they del..'- I Cold 'Drinks 'K I C2arg.! n
C S W.; a ;.
FtBirl. mice.nddlr.ct that th.. maid Joint Resolutions! ;
and tbe father and mother of .
' t N. B. CARBON. i AKT1CLK VI. b e .obinltl d to the HHotora of tha Htata' the ItS'

sii.thiiiOckp; girt refuted to Mncttoq the.union. S W. W.-CAR8OV, 1 ha,lilnlii'"t amouut of IndebMdnets and all 0.B"'AI Klwtloii Novamlwr. 110.Kow .KmC.F JI

two Io .n decided to comtonlt si1.We V/ F. O'BBRBY./ tl t lahllltr) blob the oorjforatlon' nay at the'.,....*. I, H. Clay Crawford. ; ****** .

L rather than be Hp&nte4. .Bj apolntment .. P. A. VAN8A J.4. tlaey met at a trjatloc place A.S. NELSON I IS 1J\J1 Wi S rlVII nolle. that a Oaiinnl KiaottorfwHI be bald -

*. that bad been the* aeen lof their lovemaklnc "" i. W. )MILLER, I ARTICLE VI I.TboiiHniai Incaoh 001 017 In Flold.ttD Tuesday next IUo-
*..%*.%*.%%**.***. S. RO.MEEK .
i S and embarked In a oihlnf , and residences, ol/ lli.. unlive rlbing ocHdinBth* firirf Monday'in l November A. D. HENRYT.BASSDEALER
Or.*. flARHON 'i lnoor >oratur., toiielhcr, with the 1010] the Tu
INSURANCE | number ol said a ; : : boat. At a point some dlataoce from
Hliara* of the authoring<< i.|.ltj 1 itoc-k itibw'rib- iovembep for tba ratlflcatloo or rejeollon of J
bore bound themaelrea. together
they eel by each are aa loHowaDnlpb'Vtrll tbt/aald Joint IJ*
Kcaolutlona .
lEE PROPOMED( : CHARTER OP proowlar amendmrnta
Examination of Titles a wltb cofo cloth brought aloof to serve KI8IINiEIt: Jolt: AND OII BTORAOA JCI."linmef. Fin.. Oa.hare to the
that pdlrpoee and threw tbenaaelve. -. COMPANY. It. T. Butler, Klaalmmva. Fla.4 .baV.., l Tl 1. Staple and Fancy Groceries ';

Specialty. Into the s.Comwltthg. 1l>c..lidmfiiifrl( iiei, by aaaociaUfihentflelTeritogether W B. llarrln, Klaollupiee." fla.. :J-ltarc. . ,, ,
j "''bJD'" aa lover. aal- Nil. ('arnbn\ Imlmmee. Kla 4 aharva '
; for 12.. purpose of" bt coming' Incorporated tllNATIt! JOINT KttsOLIiTJON.' *
-- .. d de. are ,called to.J paD, la rach aoordinary wilder Ibe law of Florida for the traoaaetlon W. V Uarnon. Klimminre Fla 4 slimness. ; ProponlrgauAmeodmeat \ AND COUNTRY: PHObUCEKISSLMMEE I
; 1. F. O Kl...! ... -Art-lqle!) XIX of the Conatltlonuf ,
Correspondence Solicited. I occurrence chat little attention .- of the biisIpaeeswtforth In the followingCharter. Berry rnmcc, Fin, 4 .h<.r HI the "Htaeof| Florida
*. A. Van* Agnew Kltaiintu.*. Fl.. S .hrtre. Relating, the Mftntt-
.. la attracted bj It, but this tragedy .. S r1 I ..factor and bale! .
.\. H Nelson KlKHlnimeP. Fla.. ,> aharraf or Other DU pom), of In toeeating -
was followed bj something: exceptional LIquors or Beverage ,
W !Miller., Kinalinnieo Ftc, 4 .harm I IK .
In Jepeim.'S Th tw'ne 1I11bl. Cor|>orai.fw ahall l"e KIHfcUUMKK ..1\I..k. Be U reaolved by the Legislature of the HUtt. of .
HARWELL :O Kianlmm. Fla t thtruaC .
W. S.
: ; AND <<< OlD 8TORAGK ..eONI' Florida: -
When tbs two bodies. still bound together '. .*. Carmn. KJimllninoe 'I lluir'tSTAIKOKKIOKMM. PHONE 176
NY UN jrluolpal ofllce sOd place of buaineMIn
That Article XIX of
the fckmM-Hutlon of .. .
I REAL ESTATE were waabed" aahore tbe offlclala I the City of KtHfilxnm< e. Florida<< and iU bunlnea Btai* III( Florida*bec nil the aiuna la hwrobr the --

wbo ei a mined them tnrned them may .b* ..onducle.I..I."be..l. the. State I ('?... amended .. ,
: COUNTY OK (is toi.A t tJIE aoaa to r ad "I\,follow: F. JENKINS
"jffl Notary Public' at Large to tbelr respective parental Tbe of F1odpmer: In other ,..tal t_ through br.nrbONor IT KNOW that Injure in* its) ulitl4rvalKnoil Arti/V XIX. Pectlon" J. The Manufacture ,
lloberson'g affected'that < Bp| ..n< H* nrotberw, I 1m* "a* bu mr. aiudl '
ill Oflloe over Pharmac'l S Tlllagera were ao deeply way eauaryHIM Notary Public lii_ and, for auT Coiluty: nali barter or exchange of Intoxicating

r'(|* KISSll\ MEE. PL.A.Ornca they called upon the two bereaved ,.n""I1I..t.. and .Mutt* pirt>< naljy aprwariMl' Diilptf Bcrll H h liquor* ami beverage", nhetbtr aplrjtuoiut.

I famUlea to "do Justice" to tbe boy 11. 1'. Duller, M' R. lle ,rie... S. B. c areuB. W W. Titiou* or n.qlt. ape. hereby fore v.., prohibit' .

and girl by uniting them In marriage : The geueial. nature of Hie, ; buff tea or bunln CarKou J. F. O'Hi.rri'. V. A Van Agni'a A. *. I lu the Wate of Florid.. ."cepl.leoboJ fur med Surveying ,

., 1 I after death. The majorof the Tillage ; nncn to !10.. impacted b>' tbe couipauy are .H :Ni-lxni: I. V'. ).I slltr. R (i. Meek I'. A. 'I'urnonto l lUll!, MOlf-ntlflfl or m.b.nlt'.1 _.......; ,n,1 l lv an'c
. / Mi Ion. a' TQ |,roinoti', pleb)1vh) tm.truc(, pur: known t> Ine for ntuiintal > .. .
w'o. that tbe rites IIIH Mail ami kno4t to nit to L t* the f urpa Hii the .1.) .
i .2 ""QV't" especially Insistent" I l-tmfe. Uiw*. 11 r otb T.. l..*. acquire. end J own, 1 IndlvldiialaOi" 'rl1,itl' In mid nlio tuljirilxlh '-,''! of whl,'h al"nhjl) arid wine 7or 1hu purpoxeanfur Drafting .
: tbe deceased
w. that
be performed 110 I mll'inl8ln( aM ol.r.t.I"artl." work*. mat'hlneryand naini B 10 use f4in pultiK I>roXM.<
1 PIIY4Al, ; A1PI 1l&fI':01'1a \ ': might be nafely united In tbe next al.mruffMO. Ibl",*. and ttpplltin fur "''kDiM\Ut.u)|
wfrlU"! Tbe parent agreed the( cere 0.. iDanufiu' 'lure of artificial lr*. in any plan I aim,' fur Ihi. Pu''ep..pcp|'r..d. P i he oil for iriviit of the. pro uldotipi. of

I .NC. J'HO Ie :'. KIM''...."... ax>Djv--wa. carried out In due form and, 1>>' any | ror.t' it tim> denln.' pod to _tlljutln \ I Ilthe \\11\E| P4f"h ill I linnO! .titi .s.tii( till) m-al 1 ht K,to- f'hi.I AMH. 'e OFFICE' IN FRATERNITY HALL d .5. 1

1 PHONKW. FL.OftIDA.. and presents were exchanged between I I. Lo' rv Ke dK) |.uM.> ofaim.. to )bufell I sniimei. HH II.U I
. V\ the two families Tbe ceremony was : a tel.. il. al. lit tall InHierlnlH, ne<.fKk..ry for the I i I'110lEAl.. n....' tin) -f 'luij A. D 1 lijI .. KISSIMMEE. FLA

If It bad ninuufui. .filie) of arj.JUIa; t lr.'. au Just as
W. CARSON D. D. S. l legally registered '
taken place before tbe Heaths-of tbe I u < frlow..u/t sill dlNtnbutc an.l fntutah I h.. to I''.IlllOM !, I .

DENTAL PARLORS !rouii .II tin saiuloorix'fiitluimupni' ) KU<'h lorinn, >'s"mi .. x I F'b .'.. I\11 I IH I )V 'ol'-'l' KEKO1! UT1ON protx>HiQt; AmendtutMit I

. BUILDING bride and lirldpftroom.Lafiudlo I H, inn) li tiKr1 ,d upon,**>n the ionira< t. I V \'>.uii. Allin w I .* 10 A'tIf I 'l<-.\ .if I the < omtin I.tion of I tbe FlORIDA REAL[ [ESTATE[ [FOR SAtE
.1" RIVERS HeurD In Lila "UHdipses of
t ILl fr tiC ru. N, l <> promote. eiubli. ( otiMriHt., ', \ lu>rlii, '"> '" 41 Hint of KKjr)1a"" '), KlatMi'. to the JudKiary' c
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY Uufninlllar Japun" and "Gleanings In I 2.ur. ."litiMt' li..r-e or otbt'rv I it.e a< uln and own ? _._____ I 1'*'parliiiejtllie .

: B PHONBisa Buddba.Belda" never brought tbe at m iiRiiilttlD, aid., 1 o]'..rHte nfrlfcfrtitli'K! plnuia, end Notice of Applicatipp to Sel1! I ,itKHov. ) <'*J I bHt, I I."K"I..I ur.' if the "'late' 'I II Beautiful winter home Bites situated ( .

OFFICE HOURS \)f.1T05 TO..1 tentlon of (the Occident to any Japanese 10ln.. ftcntritl 1 refri IFS r..'ilnK buNii, ....* mid t I.i Lands. .f ru'rl"1ri in the Lake Region of Florida. _'
custom or occurrence stranger t.11 ur 'iiHM| 'ix-< ufai, Art"'l"" V Trucking and Farming Lands in large S

i than this real happening that finds Its und in nnniutiut, r I it IDH> dt'nlr. to bit)'. *-Dili'trlhule I T T.ft. RIVERS I n unit" doi,) in OH'' ('oke mid otl.. i iii r i Ie given that tile, untlrKiKiietlK W. livt \4) tlie Judiciary Lp.>HrtiimDt. to Le .
/ //A. way Into the columns of a Japanee.i TownSend guardian of the estat of Th....... unit* S
iJiTalx to 1Ii nth,ewe, liHfe or oilu, 'rwise Btijiilr b 'reili) ',ttonH '9. IU a isl l l.1 1 of nil l V rli\<'U V, b<; CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
SURGEON newspaper as a feature of tbe day'snews. I i *, 1 ir<'i are tor n.e. 'L.I. iii 11 I.
PHYSICIAN AND .-Loularllle Courier-Journal. it I 'in titntwr lumber and wood to stit|''ar iI Mono-able. M Murphy County J edge. uf Oa- \ to thtlv<'t-orn ..r the Ktat. at the List your property with me (or quick

__ __ I il > .. C4 olii ounty. Slat <*f !Florid... at )>IIH office in I ,..... Bale .
OHicc over Osceoa) I'liurmocv I I.y i ur hut-e."' ci or otli rw IM< cuiihtrut 1. titnlilinh .ral..I..II..u) | to be b.M' on the (fruit 1'tiud.titer .. .. .
. r. tI'IKiSI A P.y'ng Investment. I Oil n. inniiituin op, ,*rHtv. KI.t .noire) Kinnimmea ( ity. Fl4>ridtt. on the. trtl duy uf October . .hi lint M..n'lay. in No\tiib A D.I'IIII.,
t J I4'it1eIw] ': : 'll t hit uf .. Al)) 1911''. f"r.n orJwr. t.. iHtll) at privaUr ash. I fur ,
J ':, -"'- ;-OiH.e 14K Picking to pieces a pair of cornel. "t or dt ) II SRi. the mtcrt-Ht of thi- said Th Blarkwrll. .
'm n Idiot'h"r i.ltitttand fitxturtuii4 ..
i .9 Krnm ] .
n< slur ) ,
for twelve thQ.I".lIoII> of 1K'
which she Lull worn over a 'Hhiiti'iuliiifnu
.(.'*..... ry or < on\t ii Itt ntor nui.1 l 1""i ne' ...... toin in the followIng. d..rl..11 ...1..... the < rlmln..I'I I ourt of Kefon) In I Box lt7B KISSiMMBE. FLA.

oTomh. a London woman was sur ; <" fii ml. lulld' "n.<.t. ktubl.h. i urrlmfnIiBte The.Northant quarUr uf the Northrttit. .,uor- and' 'for ,,'RrnLI.l'o""IY rhall be known) I he. -- -- .= u .
i Dr. F. G. Thoniason prised to flud 10 aovere1gnwraPPeI ; .rorth" :VorthwrMt. oi .' H.] aa
U quarter ctioii
., .T ol I bern I.. m qinr< and ou n.maintain in I :I Court of 1t'or.I'n' and for *.i.l\boiintr. and. In ;,
In tissue neatly gtltcoed up lu . T 2". l It ."' F. 10 .
piper . wi.rov. opuat**. < *.litrol, HUJ. riu'eiid p itfntaininK acre H addition to thiir J""IJ.'I..IJi". ". tbe. M. ldtiurl. W.C.BASSWholesale
them. She Is said to bave given two- Witnena my hand and seal 11.) .. .'nd ol SeptumIxr .
p PHYSICIAN and SURGEON f-t'II I) or ul.bM, u ibi dlKpovv of ( and l h..vH.. In EH4tiublH .
pence for the corsets at a sale. .His ", .110. fmtfiMH. .tor" H. ItOllHPKr A. I ti ItlO < ouuty. c oiiturrent with the ( iri -

Office Phone 64 Residence! I 26J' .',,";n-.irt. ",.r<.lioiiR., M. \, hat\'eo.: ,piern, eUvftu W, F. TOWNSEND i cult! )I H'. Was Modvst.Stella >r". and olber work* and 1..lIvenl..n'eB uhichluaj : (Oiiardian i ,the name original, ) /urliulJctlon of all other and Petal''! 's

'- I wouhl 'l marry the bent -." <'in lirtctly or iudlrtttloiidurie touii J' I I. MOON Ihornaa Ulackwrll Idiot. I CUM and matter and the name power and ..uI Dealer -

J' D A. VANS AGNEW, man on esrtU. nlclter-Uave I asked )' "( the otecL,) : of the ,n.M oinpany to buactiiirt. > AtUit niy I tlioritj .to issue all writs. the Circuit Court of

,_ you to ?-Hanwr's Uazar ,. o sun KaM*. innnatft. eoiitmlftnd siip4. -- ; I'I oil< 1 'o lily and the judge thereof excepting' I

f Inline <..r.ud..I."> ut K'r buslutN-, op'*'rati Notice of Application forTax Deed i I IUnder 1..U>'ital o.mef. and the >owf tuinrooti andj
I I ATTORNEY At LAW . . . < HHof .an) < li,..'.cter ti fri. roav propt-rlv.. beu'.Uf.1 1 a"irraii. .J jurTI Fresh Beef Pork and-

I I AND NOAARY IJLrii.c, i < n..d l I1l1h.'d.I "I.I.'I.i ... "..nor'hl" Sections 574 and 575 'I 'I 11.1.. vnitiu, > r i iN I *< <.f |.ro<.udur.. and (practlc'e and :

Notice of Election. <,.r Mii' <.<.. ..flll I tomliu' 'i ''',r ojiration, of' ait ici* -Ger eral Statutes of the r ptit' t ollrl811.y judfreti lit<*in ui'l laferctia, ,

c I KlssI.M %nE.-l A ..Sill, vocdttud luiiilur IU.IIWKM. an<) 10 do nnymid State of Florida i iNotM i whli, 1 obtain 10 wald Circuit Court shall ob- Mutton

t.11 tich ll,I'',fc* .i.- me> 1 it* "fl'.'Httr' >' or dtnrrl 1 t..'" ,'It ill'' I rfitrf .e IH hereby given th..t J S Wullu,. i>uicliawr ., . .. ., \
II.-| to u .u..10 l r thv biiUuf Muid rompHiivniifi l.t." "Ij li n nun order on1 one of. the
J.v. !SIM1SONDENTIST. = T the Sheriff' uf OHLKM! County. !State uf Florida:
: ,. <
-pK.) ( (Crawford j; "iHi, tiil ..m > to ti.... i nd IOU known hut I II toy
H.T it
( I. re-
1 A. li. 1Kt'". 1mH, 'Iil; d sail .. , . PHONE 4..1.
Autrunt. rtiticat ,
< in .
do h..reLy"Iv. id % ;I.) .sibi. nht, to. j pure IIMHI or 'i ib.* ru i iac Ii. tt n" "r part of TnTrnM of n.hl. o urt of K ufbtAtftAf th I-lorida.
.. lry! "tsitt y my office and has made applifat tot tux *i***.<)I 'I ... .
Sb. .* notice thut .R (Jeneral Ele<.lion will be held inOnriola iuii' loM, ".11. u.siKi) 'Irnuii.lcr. inorl,HR., '. 'H'. 11n ->"I''H'' Court uf tbu St ale Mliajlhn .
jilt-"IK" or uilierHihe' dipMtsr| cit tlie.. c lot I it of, th. Ui iniue ii> accordance with ''aw Said certiOcat I \ .1'1''| eiat' *'' ;jnriadu, 'tiou 'in all oauava ofvhxhjuriftill
L > of Florida) on Tuomluy neat
Upstairs 1n Kill lIuildin, onty.taU ) . lt .. .KUllttCHolil embrace. the following acrilxd,. properly aitu I Iatcd ,
HtiiciHtllnir the .firat Monday In Nuv,tmlxr. A D19H' u'I'.1| ) .1..1. Bml boi.llH. di Iltur t- I \ tint IH trranted t-o *.1.1! Oxiurtof ,
S OrricK HOURS : ( a. m. to 1 m. ..'. the said Tut.mlay beintt the iKatioiiH <,r ;'h.'r' t.,1 tdttii< s of, Ubl enatidorUHiiv in Onceola county Florida. to-wit IU ( 1 to 5:101): 01.Tele1hone :worth I C. Griffin 5
east quarter uf north weal quarter Sic j .
l ) from. .
it\ .y.'i'r'or..u. 11..1
I ljH7Il DAY Ol' NOV tHLR:: thitoinjmny or by | Court of Kwordto thettuprenii ,
S No| 6 Jun .J. lv, ..iiln'n coiupitii, or i...iiiiiaIiIts. or 0.,1..11"' lion K. TuvtnKhiii !6 Suu Ih. 'Itan", e .'' 'Kant ..40'acre.. I I ITit. Court in tactorrtanci. Tith th.
I lot Hi i r<'Hentativo frorn ihi lnol *- un ri-4H it nal I I *
-- r.d l ,niiiif, tbv leI of tl.. Mute of FUir:, stiiil' lunil "UlnKBvHseaHMJ at the date of the I ,1 ruH .
:!=-::- Utntrict of FJor d., In the hixty-..pcond Ccnwr1, < an H ( '.v..rllltll! *u< h pro*: etdingn from the
of the United Hates.; 1III.or..f[ city i othi-rbtateui T.1 rrltoi< ) 'I t Dk C ILt 5 twixince of curb ci rlidcata In the name of J. H, I I Circuit <,'ourt to the Uuprewe! Ooi.rU ''C

J. 1\1... W1JL.L.SON, J 1(f. : S Fur Two JuHticcftof' tl fuprtme i'ourt of tho ..rd'Htat:! .'K of/ A merlon .r of. any foreign ccotitry. Anitr. Sr. Unlma Haiti certificate .BhaD b* redimmed -. 'Pec. 41.' All the rrovirtlond of the Conntlutioi'l -t F FAM.LY Groceries

1 X-v StAte of Florida S .fl iiulT Mhl''. 1hu hoists or owner tbl"ltuIIo11l] )' ex- acfsinlintr law. tax deed will iacua t ftjuf, *1I.\ Uw. enacted /In conwinanna there.. ; .

S.. N 1-\v! runi.ica.< ,, / FOI\ On.. Membei. of I the IIoUfM. < of FUallvefl ......... t. ,l<'I.1I1I1I tbcrUMH 1 ) mid rv1lnpii|; (., OWII"- thereon on the 17th dey/ 'euUmber A. D 1"10 I wIth pLrtniniiig to ti) nafd Criminal CourtoflUcord . .,.

."..".". SfATZ AT*. LA; HUH. \ T of the Sla'e t of Florida" .tibsfafrfaQi.t! '' \ tIIIJ),' ,lOt'llldfl( ],.( ilio.. ntliI: *d iou It ion UI ,*,MO< tf oititty \Vitnena my ofnrjnlil, .natut*. and neat thin tha .o
S ,? .'. .' -'- .:' .,.', For Two KAilroad GomnilaBtanvra the'!'':''tate'''''"r rther, *iif'1) coinpaiyt) 't.","" ....t lUll or' JIMW)'S 18th, : day of -AuffiiHt.. A. D. l9>0. ' .. ' She appolcttncul or ..l" cti' <." and\ the: -.ND- I .... :: 4

R'ea1'Estnte.Ajeqt. Florida. 5- . : UaVifou: ((II') ..)*.,. eu..rMiiiec.or become.surety In : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN' rmaof/ office alld 'nBationOl'.iaJ :.offlotrah '. '
Fur Count> JIJdICC.S 'r* iISIII I to IIIP, .Btiarr of the cnplta) c ok amiilit LI'rk' Ircuit t ourt Onceolaf )t' "|"ply! with like tttvct t-o the sail ourt FRESH'1EATS

K1SSIMMKB: M.OK1I >A Fur 1OSI CO iiI.U. A Ito' n,.> I littlisli, .U b"nturt.r- n. ii "III H- ', ")t'H'' ion* 'FAI"> C'ount).. Florida) sit /Boot 4. mid, tl>. oftliers th<.re..f. <.xi'..ptapniMltd ,
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S _ _ _ _ _ _ I
"r 11)1ST" vi<)Ii n<" "* ot d. I tiled tint .-s I t, .
i I n j thisa..iist li
-- --5-- For O'unt, A hwsHor of Taxittt ) n slit-i!>t> Thu pri** int'ofl. --
1! rti.l I..".. (10.11.1) ,,t*" ,inii .. Notice of Attachment 'i ), ,, '
H. D. GEIGEnAttoru4ityntL ur Tax ( ollictur, r Iiv itty 'r' sri i <" il .5 Ui l MI! <( mliiai 'o''t' <*f HtHMiid dial

: For <.hunt} TrfiixuMi.Fur l 1">.'m' ,,' t.mi' >Mi. jit. 'IT"i HK*>o< Mil ion ...hnrU.rtil "' tf Fj"rxiu \ I he 'KM oH. Ire
Five County ConiiTitpni"n u 'in It itli.) In w H of. hilt h' m" r Sltitt" w' Delivery Every Day at Any Hour 4
.: For I hr*,., 1..mtKor". of the' ('o.inty Hoard of Ti rrll'Ofy .,f'1 b.. rmtwltun' ifinfrtia ur (ounty Jutlm*'it ''ourt. *' nt4ptit. .*. iftl( PH InCh| the *at p*ration! oftbe

r41 State Bank KldgKiH I'ubUc Instruction of ftn>' ft f'.III'' troit.. MtctiiKiaiiYou . .r prtenl t*'TJOH of office.- The tMlarj c>f Patronage Solicited

Fpr JuHtfce of the. Peace In'and for the follow ptirtharItHHfc or oirtt 'i\\\m\ .. tin iuodnll I. are hereby notifies that a Il rit of Attach. HIL ju,lire of said l <'ourt of Record Hhall be two' .<

S immee, Florida InK Juntire DlMtricts viz.: No.. .' andFor '. .hti.-lctt, *.. nshli' propeity and n.M.(>- of all I I rrtent haa teen> ivuiuod against you. and your .prop thousand an"f See hundred' dollarft ,.**.r. pay* North Kissimmee Phone No. 8

Constable In and for the followfnp( JusticebiHtrlctp. kind a"d l nlldc.' lIe or undcrHrlli.. auminw, orguarantee arty attached to aatlafy the demand. -of A. J. 'I able quarterly. by the County of E..n4bla. and .
i- t
via, : No 1.2 nnd .t.In the w hole or any i art of the Ifihil- t'rifBth. amounting to'fift'Y dot ...... may beiucritiH by tics egn-Uture. ------5------- 5

testimony whereof" I have hereunto 1 I. leu of any II dl,ld".1 (firm ,or .HwfM UtIonuiuiwuy I New unli ia you nhall appear b for..T. M. Mar Prom find, after the ,.expiration of the tt*nn ofofHoeof

S .t. ""rt my hand and afllxed the Great (. Ofr corporation row or tier..kiur nfragml phy. .l.ounty *Iudir. .. of said et.t j judgti the judge of aald

ri i R'UIk1 I L. S I >teaI) .jftie) Male <..f Florida at Tal-II Ui. a airallar liialsue. hull, I ioa\ jay' for county at hiaofftce Kihaitntnefi. on the 3d day: Court! 'f \HMorO Kall. \ hoiil hlttofflrp for four

lhs......... the Capital. thU U... twen th..m..I1'' money mock IloIsdo.. debciMtirea. or, of October m<>. at tu o'clock In the forenoon : year*. Artesian! ells'

S ty.nlnth day of AuvuBt. A. I). 1910 other atHurltita or ortliirMlioni of tb.n corjHiration judgment. will ba rendered atrainnt. you and your ,

I Real Estate Agency. i H. LAY ('RAWFORD, tr ftihfrMi I.., ; {<}) inatntumbi, r ItM property property aoM to pay the debt ,

S.oreUry of State or any |>Brtth..r"ol. or nell or learn th S. Dated thin 1Mb day of -* uirtmt A. V. 1V10li JOINT KKbOLTJTION I'rouOMlnff au Amend). ORILLEDANYDEPTH i

-p1 .SSStSSWSSSSStStSttSI To <.han. F. Pmvat. name to an; oIlier eointtny or may consolidate !). GKIGER.: I inent Uj tfectlon, TTnlrty e of Article V of '

,4. J t Sheriff Oc","la Pounty. or merge wIth, any other --company (charter IH-tf Attorney for Plain tiff tbiCooetitUtiunot: Florida] Rtlatluv t. fr:a. -
and sold.
Realty bought tinder the lav of this or any olber Stktes; may S I tabllPhmeota of Courti. Let Me Figure With You

.Ho ses rentedTaxes'paid .. borrow money when n..*e..ftaary. or convenient Notices Be It Reaolved by the agglnlatiire of lh. Btatvof

.1f and Titles v rt' An Ordinance for the ,,, .-,,. of and Imue tbe4onnpany'H Notice !. .hereby. given\ to all ........n. bold,.. Florida I Guarantee Satisfaction

j ified for non-residents. An Ordinance to Amend an Ordinance FDtided. notea or ul1timtlons.tberefor, ; cit d clalnu or demand. ...In.t the eatate of Nana1* That the following ameudment Section itt '

Fire Life and Accident In- I k r **AnOrdinanc. Freacrlblnir the Width. Grade. when thereunto, auiburlred UT a favorable, vot a G Qllr.r. d_. to present the ....>., duly.. ty five of Article! V of the CoaatitutionT FlorIda .

1 It., Conatmction .nd Com poattIon of Sidewalke a ole tnajurSlT, .>f lt. stock, may make imue audpell thenticated;' to the und rt-rned. within toyeara. ta hereby agreed to and ah all be proponed

Irs: surance. UPOD Certain StreeU of 'the City Approved or negotiate' its bonds. and secure the pay aa ppeacrlbed by '.... otherwise" the wan, .nd submitted '?\ the elector* of theState for H.

t Indemnity Bonds. September"Wri. 190V meat of ftald ondn. by a ortgage or heed oftrant will be barred, and all perKins indebted to ash approval or rejwtloa at the Lext general elan N.BRATONI.

S Ar..j h Be it Ordained by the <'ou nci! of the City of Kia- on II. iroperty.! TV\\ and periMti, a.' or any eetate" hereby required to mak immediate I lion hernafter tbat In honey. ; 8&1<&S..tlC. :Tbir. :

.'Unmee.Hiction part thereof ihtn ov at-j/ or thereafter ae. settlement with the ty flveof aald Arti('1" hhall be amended loaato :4 ,
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qnlrwJIliKlht. TSth.1910, ( ; read a. followsHti : I ,
I. The I Section 3 of an ordinance en. .
tlUr-d "An Ordinance Pre criblnir the Width. I inn-iillon thfct the objicit and purIOBen FRANCIS McDONALDpLlVERExecutor : .1 i 't1:16.: 1 Norfomtx; other thai, herein Hpecifled"nBall I .... .... .......... ..

J Grade. null-notion and Compoeition of Sidewalk KI"i < In thU p.t< ond) c elide. shH be I tnUo of the Last Will and Teal*. be Mtablithe) in this Slate, except that I

l. M DUZOHReal Cpon Certain HtreU of the City." approved ..U.n .lnniU. or rt.ttri<.ted by r..lefo".lo ofliiftmiu meet of Nannie, COli"t.. Ilh. eglMlature may provide for the creation: i TU- TWICEAWEEKTIMESUNION { t .1

"K pt nber8th. J 19.!( be amended no .. t*. 'c fr..m tbv tcl t mi'Of any other clause I Intlflw N. r. BRYAN and eutttbllKhinHiit of such adriftfofial Judicial .
be .. l-Ht A hart < In'uit> aw may IrOn time 10 time b ,' '
read a. follows: r after and shell .oniartied ludc It'y.ln for 1x: .>cutor ome bee*
1 "*8.Uon'' All bldewalka upon nafid iitrevla jMndt-iit,. otjuUianlaMli, I Ii rurtbt'raof'e cud ,,<>< C ........rr..n,1, for thv pMiintrheut| by the Governori !

tn t..i i .I l coiifciredby Notice ."i.* oonflrtnatlon by the. Senate! of additionalU.I .
::1 '. abel)I "b"* conatrLKt and c< mpo.ed .f either tile. powers .
Tttr.fled brick or cement."I I Of IHUII of |ht Htatt of JoriUtt on a '-orporation Notice !. hereby riven to all pervrma hoMtnc ( <'f Ttli) rlmrmterARTIC. clalmi or demand ajralntit. the I and uMiernl jurindlrtlon shall be the you (by )
S 1 ll.o I f tile the tile.ehaILbe laid In a bed of cement .. estate of L\eul.t aame I .
Estate nut lrs than two Inchtm thick. composed of KIll: Cc l": W E CaJraan, dt.., MMU. to resent liio ...bprc.ID r.r"vl.l.d
one part uf cement an'.. three. iiarta of sand and P1stcutout. t of ".|1111,1, "I alo'k uiiUioriixlIIH Came duly au then t lea.tud/, to the underaifrnecl.. '| already, provhlwl! for and may clothe any ;:" cODtin/1/ all regular.
market .
the ,'d".. f the walk ..h.1Iw) pr< lected by either )) I,e 1 1 w iity five 1 Ii... .ui d I o'lurji. dIvide within two yeam .. pnarriN by law. oth.rwW I htairsail) Corotnin i4. n with judicial) DOM"TM In very
the will be all mCI t.-rC (sOil 0l.< t...1 with,'1, the. special department
same barrwj and all function' of f
i I..d..ted
a Ix : "inch uoodm strip *'r Khali be banked byHvrtnuUa liito Two Hi ti"lrtd and 111 ) baie* of th. .parviilnn I parasite I IItH.lrom.. horticulture '
Fran .ud. 1,, i f On4 Hundred) Iiollarn. tfti' ti. Any part to ...W estate are h,.rrby required to m-k imrn<. I I! fI alrc.lll. poul-

"I H l of itrttiei) brick. the tH\Kf\ if the brick or ..Hllf odd t t Hplta) Block may be (.arableeftli \ dial ...tt1..rTMnt with, the utidt'rnliioedEx I IIL >,,,*-. a.t in t (.mphian' *.e u ith acid -I' tcVKAtt. 5,

KIS IMMEIJFLORIDA .10..111.. proptrly protected by sHarmuda grace aod "" r In t....I1..r III pu' 'J ertv labor or Her\f<'CM. JAuE!: tADWA": : |,i>hMl .pni'n'lnteiitc." and the ctoyiu. |'rt> 0'tlf )NR nOLIAM

or by olht sufllcit-nt niaterial. B'Ifofctmrnt at H !juM 1 vilu OUt n to bt liii d ).y I Iti., ini orK>ratfr <'cutrix of Fatale of W I* I I t..uiM, ttti..1 ru-turn. Ihi'rof.. .!utl II) l>.. iut : "

-- --. --- -. the firbt\ coat .h,11 l| oe laid not orlv' iln. ,dir. ctora MI. an..S ,Ifiig I called I for !j,1-Ht: -- _CaUnruui.. -. tI... Miin* KtilatioiiH aiwl r..lrll.loD8> d"j I .......-.. .. "... .... ,

: than one ....d. half lncb>. th ck. comp .ned of HIK.h |un ....< Ihe 1 authon/e i < .ttpltal, I at>4ininy - - - provided bv law for, 1'n..r"l. l le'lIun _
. ) W. THOMPSONFUNERAL one part omunt tu three pane of _nd. and the .U.. 1..uII'"W. 1M t "ch> ,lImo ur llmia Estate of C. H Fountain. Dec'd. HtMtv <.1( I loilduIn

op c<.at hall be oll.) >.. one t.llln.h thick a jf. I Ii., Vii lie, .eunto

ft SS compoiied of imt part cement and one part aand.and I Boar, "of Dirt Uor. tnay <1,"ternnue : i It inny bI of the .wt.aloof/ C II Fountdu.d.I. I. I my hau,1 and affixed 'lie <.ro., of the. Miat.tie,i itaentylifiIT3ay Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

// \, the ,fdir. of the walk haH/ be protected by I IIK-renited beontl} (Ih..lUo.II..t.h."ro.I", ,iii. t9niber heAt. will tnsk ou Mou lay. the 12th: tIny of 8l1.l.
a Ixt: inch wooden Btriu. and the outer edge .b.II by law from time to time.ARTICISK. etticnn'nt of hi. ccmini.Iratloti 1 of ,
l July. A.
01 said relate and apply lor bit D. 1910. S
/ DIRECTOR be (banked by \rnnudtt 1fII'B* .UK) *' IV. discharge .. inch lm1nla'rator.1 II CLAY CRAWFORD. I '

: Section U!. All ordinances or parta of ordinance* I I''he N. U BRT.M. Adminiatralor heal" I'
andLICENSED corporal! 0 ella)) bare MtKC BHloD by 11,0 March ftth, ]1910 11.omo ( i Hcorettry *>f !Ita",.
in conflict be and -- PRESSING
bcrtwitti the
name o* herebyt corporate - -- --- -- -5--
name pcrpftoaHx.ayd .b.1I txlat - - -

4 EMBALMERS peled Read a first and aeoond time by un. Im'u.: cci i- rpetnally. 'AKT1CLK V. S Notice to Creditors DYEING .. 5.

sent and paiaed. in open wanton thia 1"th day ofAuaunt The l/ufttnfMB' or bualne.aei of the company I NAILS-- Notice la hereby given to oredltora. huin and, REPAIRING

A. D I 1V1UAtteet .iinltyt, cor,<1titled t>y a Prewidept ore or more, 100 lb. Si Cut Ca.l., Malta. $ .::1$ diatrlbtiteea of the ..Ntat of Temple' A.m Minx I. .
Oppo ite. Courthouse S : Vice FreaideDU" beraetary and Treakurer, andRitoh """e__. thai I have been appointed! admlnia*
1. It GILBERT. T M. RlVERH ol her officer .. the. Writ: for prices:' on tralurof the above eatate and that all :
; j Board of Director*. I SASH. DOORS. BLINUs. ETC i oa.uo Leave word at my h'ouM sad
(lerk. President of Council hereafter determine persons having cI.lm. jagainat trie tmtate mual eloUkef
may upon end a Board ofDirrrtoracoiiaintltiB will called
tor aDd
Approved thii 17th day of Aug-uat, A. D. )1111\1 H\fi> of not IP** than five nor f Hillsborongb Hardware Co. I pruaenl hum duly .ut""tlc for aotUemeotwithin i b returoexl.Satlsfnctirfti .
KMBIMMEB; : : -S FLORIDA (*-xt.l T M MURPHY I limn olue tb lime p *.rll by lair -----
more atm kboldeni., who aball I b.E 11I4-1I1 franklin Mt TIIM .. Fl. II
S S4-6t Mai or of City of Klaeimmee elected anuutmtly* Tbe annual' election aba II Jlmm..I. CLARINCI. :J'X. Guarantees c
April 1910. Administrator
of ..I Metal,.,,

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""''r Y, . -" -: FOR SALE-30 acres of good land in- tQ OO OO- t,

e aida city limi .. Will sell at, a bargain I .
F .Classified' Advertisements if taken at onc :>. W. Down- 'S
Opera Hduse blo k. 87-tf .
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.' DON'T while, they'neglect are,In your school.children's; For headache eyes- sell?

Advettieements are' Inserted under this head at the rate of, 61, Garb: w + weak eyes or eye ttaaln see br. \ F For the, next 30 days we will

\ I "'per-line eaell in.erUon.. Davis, optician Park HoteL 87-tf ;" : .')"i' .-
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., HAVING secured; the services of Mr! I".J. I "
rWADE", the.tuner' *Uri.ndo.," GO to Wilder"a Studio for fine photo Abram Cook. a registered Muter it/', .. 'r:, ..:..
... of J'
grapes rf"" JMuraber, Philadelphia, Pa.w are
REMNANTS on ,sale at C. W. Dann's.;; __ f- in|better position than ever to supply "
REMEMBER the exeunion on the the public demand. Pioneer Plumbing ' '
PICTURES framed Home Store. launch Aeella Sunday afurnon. J7.11 hop.. 37-2t '
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5 FOR SALErFour* good mules, J. W.: i LAKELAND Artificial Stone Cflij will THERE la no country so good but it i fURNITURE[ at : ' 'I f

MjUler.. _. .. .. _. 2tf: .. put you in a good tile sidewalk.. ',37tf I II ,has ita bad aide, and no country ao r
I - -- I bad but it has its good aide My mot
DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- P&SU-400 good ;
CYPRESS cypress to, -rell.both sides. Downing, the '" (
't. leI". __-..- .posts for sale at a bargain. Real! Estate Man. 37-tf .

REMNANTS in lace and embroidery at: 36-4L__, P. D.. Outlaw.- 1 B.OY WANTEDh7re -;' ',
--- permanent
'. C. W. Pann'a. 27-tf 'JUST arrived-big stock of Gun*. Leggings position for a bright energetic schoolboy

,. FOR fresh! fish, phone;; Rull Bass , Hunting Coats and Ammu ,The right boy can make from : dST CAS'll.j'REMEMBER
-189' 1'tf! nition. Rosa Graves. 36 SOc,ta $2.00 or more a week without )
Market .
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1 \ -- interfering with his other duties. R. for
itull JACOB SHANNIBARGER-Bicjdet A. Wiley. 37-lt
}1! FOR dressed poultry, phone the : ,

I e Bass Market: No. 189. ltf! I .jjuid_Sunanes. Orlando, Fit 33-lOtpd WANTED home, of f from 10 to 25 .

THE launch Acella will leave. at 3.30 acres, partly improved
or improvedwith
,\ ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. :
sharp for Sunday afternoon's excursion house of 5 6 '
31-tf a or rooms near S
M. Breaker. Better M on tune. 25 and 15c. "
I town, schools, etc., for lowest cash ;

'I" GO TO J. M. Poet to.get y.our jewelry, IF--YOU-- want -the- best walk in town price. Possession at once. Apply ." I
this office R. H. J. ,
watches and clocks repaired. 23-tf ; 37-lt S .
see the Lakeland Artificial) Stone Co ,_._ .
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MUTTON fresh fat and fine, at the I -P._O_,. Bo_.__506.. __ I 37-tf FOR rent by the day, week or month, ; : Nothing Charged to Anyone at these Prices S

J' 0 Rull Baa* Market, phone 189. ltf! NELSON REALTY COMPANY can. several nice, new rooms all newly 1 '

d 9-j sell your property. Lilt it with them furnished, hot and cold water 'in each, \

I b{.. AGENCY of the White Star Laundry for quick sale and square dealing. 3Ttf free! bath, prettiest part of town, -
}f. t at the Home Store; Phone 154 I overlooking the lake Good meals I1
JUST drop us a postal if you want a can be had near Call on or wte! to '
'l, WOOD, per strand, $1.25: ; five strands beautiful tile walk -one that williut S. W. Downing, l iesimmee, Fla. 37-tf

),1;.; 575. Kissimmee,Lumber Co. 29tlIJi' lifetime P. O. Box 505.. Kissimmee. -
' ; -; :37-tf SPLENDID opportunity to secure a I
HAVE you aee-'the.-'ii"ii"-.i;; ; "Walk ---" --,---- lot of good feed. We have a nonresident ROSS'qR'YES !

ry ._Overs"_ : : just arrived at C. W. Dann,'.. ; TIN roofing, guttering pump work-- client who has I 5 acres close in,
we have the goods tools and men to with a good crop of cowpeas and desires -
? t. .I 5 OR 6 DOS S'666'.wiUcur any cane do first class work The Pioneer to let some one harvest them on..
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 14-26tPRENTlS Plumbing Shop.! : 3'H' shares, and the land is for rent togrow

nr: Kimball and _ _ ___: __ n_ __ potatoes or other truck this fall i '. ... i
sells or I
pianos I FOR SALE-5 lots in E. L Leiley and winter For particulars see Nelson %
:...2L:: gans. See him at The Home Store. Addition to Kissimmee, 50x111 feet. Realty Co.

I, Jus M. Johnston abstract 4 ,I f nnt

... 31tfMrs.. W. W. Saunders i.p,1_office.,_Kiaaimmre. : _.____ 3Hf: LOSTSomewhere of between the residence ______, ___ ._U
__ Capt. Clay' Johnnon and the
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A PLEASANT afternoon ill in store for
LIST your property with R. D. Waring: postoffice, on Friday afternoon Sept
all who the Lake Excursion
State Bank go on 2. a small kit of automobile tools
& Co. for quick at
I I1 afternoon The AceIJa leaves
\1(, building. 23-tf' Sunday wharf at "J.30 returning at 6i 2//) & 15e. (consisting of wrenches. ncrew-driv DAVENPORT
etc., done
en in a brown canvas
1 -- up i
L New Shoe Store
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--t: IF you want to know the truth about F'ORWtiALE;i 40 acres in city limits, on cvv..r. Finder will be suitably rewarded ,
Florida call on or write to S. W. I I.ft clay road between St. Cloud and Kiasimmee by returning it to Capt. Clay
Downing. He tells both sides !37-tf Johnson._ 37 it I Interesting News Items From the ,;
.ft: SKH>.W per acre. Apyly to ,

{ FOR choice 5 acre -suburban;;- home- __ Jaa, M.:Johnson!.. . ,_Abstract office. .:{T tf FOR RENT Some -excellent--- -trucking-- -- I Thriving and Prosperous Little : .

tracts see Kissimmee Gardena. J. M. FIVE and" ten acre tract!! of the finest lands, some of which is tiled and has Colony Town. Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes

j F I!, Willson,_Jr. 2O-tf fruit land in Florida frontmgo clearwater flowing well, close. in and handy to :I

fi; k FOR RENT'-Several nice office rooms lakes and thoroughly( protectedfrom the center of town AH have 20 acres I Mr McKmght, who. has taken her ... HIGH. GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE

Fraternity Ha" Apply to C w. cold s. S. (dnrtn; onerotha "xtra fine land for cropping this fall, I infant son to Indian Springs writes
in <, Fla. =2-tf! and inter that we will r..nton share I that the little fellow is Improving. He
t -,Dann." -,Secretary 27-tf or otherwise See Nelson about it. \ has had a hard fight for his life for the and YouT! Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN

FOR SALE-Four hundred firs t-c lass WANTED To hu> :i'KlI' i '.r more,, 17: .tf past two months at onetime it was I See

1" Cypress Post cheap acres of Florida land for colonizatIon. thought they must surely give him up, t I CASH BASIS

1 36-4t P. D. Outlaw Must be good land well locator) Ad FOR.SALE- A 10-acr lot at Narroos then he recovered, and now he is suf, i ifenng I STATE BANK BUILDING '
dress !1". O Box hi; Dayton, l Ohio. :((7.fct see. FloMda. 4 acres of orange grovein from a relapse Their. many r
WANTED-To ;xehanKe-double-Darrelf ;: bearing and 4 acres of peaches. just friends are hoping; for a complete and
t- breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle. FOR SALE A number of full. blood coming into bearing 2 houses, one a early recovery rr' :

Address box 697, city 29tf rose comb Rhode! Inland Red ocker new dwelling and 2 good wellsof water Our Mr. Peeler is once more with us '.
/t __ ._ 1'111. h montha old. Price $1.50) each. one a driven well All well he comes and go es, and every time he |

u> FORSALEataBargain-jawmi11,5Xt Apply to J. E. Whitman. 37.5t-pd fenced and 20 minutes walk to post- comes a new resident arid often many j i\e................,.........................................., .

'it \ feet eapaCity-and timber Apply to office and depot Price $2.000 Address of them is secured for Davenport. I -- :
: S. S. Griffin, Gotha, Fla. 29-tf ANYONE anywhere can start a mail WHAT IT MEANS jM4
'J __ I It Mr. Rathbun on the place or Mr.. E. F. Chambless the secretary ,
ih .L order business at homo No "
; ; 1 HAVE for sale u several nice off I I't ing. Be own boas Send,canvass for free me at Wapakoneta Ohio. Dr t.. R. of the Florida Development Co., arrived j ,ttnyip'.. ,1 .IKK leu 'w *.h..l.. Bn 11 k <''Ki\>itAl i- for. or the ,li IT-'.<**.. h.- J
pieces your '
t p I Freeman 372tpd. in Davenport Monday evening, teeun. a t.a'ti nr ritual 'Or n upusl, eq 1 ,ono .It. 0 iartr reyua' . .
residence property close in and very booklet. Tells how. Hearoek'A 2141, .- He reports that the land of the fom- -- .
desirable. 'S. W. Downing 37-tf_ I Lockport N. YBOARDERS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for Kissimmee M about all sold, and that we may I .
pany i. t.4 fund. that ,i.rotet 'h..I.I.1 | iakx*> from I lo. hrr"f fnr the lartf r il i the :
(- :r -- ;; -- \ Property -55 acres within .expect flood of homeseekem soon .{.-t''' (I"'.!'''IO | lh" JH.tOoltOrt. h. t. fill's, hone, (IK.. rl .
FOR bargains in resident property, wanted- fr8, E. J. :
AKejcan half mile of Kissimmee limits, all Let them come; the more the better. I"aplul.l of |irfirMurjiluji > '/s,. .
-1 truck lands and orange groves call.on j,I accommodate several persons! with under fence, 25 acres have been under The Davenport hotel has changed .. (and of 1 IfiaSP.Vrih6ltnre' , : .
H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf : board and room at her home in rear cultivation 100 orange trees, hands. Mr Keat having too much to I 'Itch 1t1 '"' .Os. '01 ..

SPECIAL-Hosiery Sale now -;- at H/: :" -- of school house or board v. wIthout many of them- bearing:, also Japau do-in managing his store ban given up : A total of III"'" -."IKIt ,"' ;. ,

C. Stanford Co 's. Reduction of 25 room. ;il-tf persimmon, pear and peach including the place to Mrs. Woods, a sister of h,.'m".n, thit. we niuit I I...". 11 ','K.i.O> t boor,>r.. nor drneltore. could 1 I"'e. a "
cent from while f acre of blackberries; dwelling house Mr Chas. Parrish Mrs Woods comes I a cent Tht protection 1 t. for \'O('. ,
regular .
per price I FINE land. ,'mod :
last. 31-tf improved or urirrpr'n and 5.o tbuiJdinlCS.nd a deep water from Tampa.
,8y they I large or small tracts high And dry well. Cheap for a quick buyer.' Thos Mrs. Parnsh. mother of Mr. Chas. STATE BANK OF' KISSIMMEE : _

OFFICE fixtures, filing cabinets and I I on margin of beautiful clear water McDowell, Kissimmee I'. O., Fla. tf Parrish arrived Monday evening accompanied i .:. ---nr--- .

labor saving devices of all kinds. lake. Write for prices and terms to by Miss Dent. They have been j : KI. _''''M.-F..Co.: , .... .
Yawman & Erbe make. See Pren tie S.S.Griffin: owner, Gotha, Fla, ,32-tf FOR SALE-600 acres fine hammock having a vacation at Mont Eagle Tenn. < :
: ''' J ,HV M (.EG. : a. ARrlo5. :
4t the Home Store. and muck land with some heavy ping Parrish who A 4e-i I' N. I '
Mrs. Chas. accompanied
: t.lo1..nt .. \.lo.-.I' AN intelligent person may earn SKKI timber on tract; 20 acres in cultivation them to Mont! Eagle will remain "
IF YOU WANT an extra bargain in monthly corresponding. for newspa, ; 100 acres ready for plowtwo; there for some time longer.Mr. :e.. ___....NNNN\N\aa aasN.NNeeaae\Ne, ........'... ,.....! '

fancy dress. goods, go to H., C. Stan pers. No canvassing. Send for par hearing orange groves; two miles( J. AWheeler had 'business in, a

.ford. 34-tf ticulars. Press, Syndicate a 2245, lake beach Land, lies opposite St. rCissimmee Monday.In '- ;,
a. .Y. Clou on East.Lake, near Milliard'
an article in last week's Gazette J.,
FOR ANY kind of "metal especiallyroofs
Ivland Apply to- R G. ,
we noted that several new enterprisesare
use Black Pearl metal paint. LAUNCH FOR HIRE-Parties wuh Tax Ki !
City Assessor_ simmeK $ -t I about to be launched in KissimmeeUavenport
Fte RS Graves. to on the lake. fithfr.'8'
M-t'l ing go FOR SALE for cash will thouen still in h"r inClU1cy.
cheap or exchange -
IK YOU have a roof that needs paintIng or pleasure, day or nilth' for property in or near Kis- yearns for some of those things too. Better Come
can be accommodated! by applying to Early
I; Black Pearl metal paint m the I J. M. Hansel.WANTEDTo. ( simraee' a 5-acre orange and grapefruit Will not some capitalists who are looking .
'r right thing for thin climate. Ross .-- - grove 4 years old, 500. boxes for a good place to Invest their ,I
Graves. 34-tf purchase a large lot ofc3pre" this coming season ;"20 a.:r. fine land; money make Davenport a visit We
.. cross ties Inspection and also 2 houses and one acre grove located welcome all home seekers who have our School-will soon begin How about some

LIST your; property with me. I guar settlement at point of loading, on, Atlantic . in Canet Colony. Cuba Call or interests in view, but want no knockers nice patterns in ginghams for the girls )

I, an tee fair treatment to both buyer Coast Line Ry. Address Oress write, S. W. Phillipwon, Box 172 '
and seller 8. W.: Opera Col Ronald Ransom son-m-Uw of dresses We have them. Better
Downing Kiasimmee. Fla 36-tf come
Jacksonville! Fla. :))4-'t
Mfg. Co :._ _____ . Hoke Smith arrived from Atlanta -
House block. 37-tf Gov. ,
---.- WE have for sale 4.1)1111) acres of land WANTED-Cosmopolitan Magazine re- Ga., on Monday evening... He expects early and get the pick.

WE can sell your orange grove for a reasonable near Kiasimmee. that will produce quires a representative in Kissim to set out a grove on hw land Also shoes and hosiery that gland the \
short List mee to look after subscription renewals other in
price on notice. 1,000 worth vegetables vear here and has also projects
every the and
and-to extend circulation wear
with us and allow us a chance to verify We are offering it for sale at $25 an by view. tear.'j
this statement. R. D.Waring&Co. acre. H. M. Breaker & Co. 2tf special methods which have proved Mr. Earnest Ackman is making Davenport t!
I --- -_,-- unusually successful. Salary and commission his home for a few weeks to recuperate -
SEWING Machines-Agency for Singer THE EMPIRE Life Insurance Company ."* Previous experience desirable his health. f W. I

i machines. Cash or on easy payments. wants a good hustling agent in this but not essential Whole time A party ot homeaeekers will be here CHAS. DAN

$3.00_per month Machines rented. locality at once A profitable occupation or spare time. Address", with references tomorrowevening, ,M,
s The Home Store. 21-tf will be the result if you writeto H. C. Campbell (Cosmopolitan! Mr. D. Marshal, of Lakeland was - . ,j

P. A. Ruhl District Agent. Fort Magazine 1789 Broadway. New York here on a fishing trip this week.

e ?, MUCK land near Kissimmee on which Myers, Fla. Do it now. City. 36-2t I SHOES
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flowing wells can be obtained is bringing ' 't
Sell RealEstate. ,
-- WHY pay rent when you can own a Notice of Application to I
-from $100 to C200 per acre. I can FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping home, Why spend for 4 "
your money
'sell you the same kind of land for 825 nice, clean and airy; for rent soda,/< water" cigars and each things i DRY GOODS .. -: ,
an acre. H. M. Breaker! & Co 2&-tf long or short terms; no drinking that you realize nothing from, when Notice I*hereby gives that the; luwienlirnrd. aa \
-'-- -- -- immoral conduct al- of the ertale.* Walter -. Sr -
gambling or any lot for Administrator
you can buy a (199, by paying .
'y .a, FOR SALE-A residence which cost lowed. Mrv F. G. Thomaaon, Old 5.00; down and five dollars a month, chewed win male appUnalaa U the Honorable I FURNISHINGSC.L {

,v, $2,600; 10-aere orange grove and 100 Opera: Houae. 33-tf without interest or tax.... When T. M. Murphy County Jade of Ommot County
acre fine timber land fronting on a for have saved the-$100, and State of Flerida. In Probate salting en Monday
t {R beautiful clear water lake half mile Till! Transient Restaurant is now open with you-also paid you f"t the ', the
iF from railroad, toffiee and ached.t and ready to serve public thereafter aa Mid application can be
pos I It. I in the value of the property. m* vun
-1 .. Price 6000. S. S. Griffin owner, the best meals, cooked by thoroughly I have eiehty-eight very desirable h_"" for an order ant ndaing the undereiimed.M . .. .:. .
t t Gotha, Fla. 32-tll competent northern cooks. The prices lots which I am offering: at the above I A _'
the good aa
are right and service as .
private Ml tbe foU rin. describe
namrrf pncend t rmfor hirtydays I to ell !- *
St. Cloud, our Kissim can be had in Kismmmee E. A. WJBWTGoodwin I'
r WHEN visiting I Do of land the property at sad eetate. eitaated In aaid..
onh not delay buying one
mee friends are invited to make their Barnes, proprietor.. 362tI . bawd, 1. plLU nD ll
( of
with the St. Cloud Drug :.I -- I of there i lots Call K. ) Waringand county O'jaeale. Submerged Exhaust Device ;
** headquarters be. GUARANTEE every word I tell you' put in you applimtion at onceand The fractional South half ot the South hall .t'I
I All the can .
Co. popular
-- about Florida to be the absolute truth watch Kixsimm grow \Section thirtr fve.lowmahip tweotr-flve Soutk.Raoce FOR ALL MOTOR BO4T3
, had atr oar soda fount and our ice I ..ine Eaat. and fractional 'tetb a
and will refund your money if vou :Wtf; R. D. Waring. tw nty-
best that be made.
is the can ,
cream come here at my solicitation and find two.Townahlo tw.ety'.5M South Ranxe tweejtw. Stickler Weedless Propellor Wheel
nine East and eaqth half of the Northweet guar.prrot
it otherwise. S. W. Downing Realty Piano TIm
have 1Jg.
WE AGREE to lay ( we I Fla :37-tf Section one. Townahip tw nty- ix South

-' r other work in connection) No. 1 four Dealer, Kissimmee Next week Wad, the tuner, will be ttanre. twen\7-.ine East: and fractional _h. White-Blakeslee Mfg. Co., ---.f Stationary Gasoline Engines
inch sewer at the rate of 15c per Lakeland Artificial .
pipe I H. B. Zimmerman with wee.t quarter .1.ctbn one. Township lwsslg.uix
; foot or for 20c per foot where there I Stone ''Co.. hu rented a build- I down to tune the school pianos Other .South, Ranee twenty-nine Eaat;except commencing 2 to 25 h. p. Stand Supreme for Simplicity. Durability and Economy ,

M. II nothing but the sewer pipe to lay. ing on the Midland R R. where he '. orders sent in to tbe Graystone", will be M feet. w-t of'the lortliwaet corner d tbeo.ortht -;- :- Pumping Outfits _
Will have a car toad of sewer pipe ont will be making tile. We invite you attended to. 37 It : quarter of the Northwest quarter of' Any SizePct ; -:

hand next week. to see how. we make them-not faced I Section tau TownahiD tventy- South. Kanv l
36-2t The Pioneer Plumbing Shop. lust as good on the bottom aa on I DH. HLANCHAUD twenty-nine EaM: thence. North to the lake: Office Address Kismmme. Fla.. or Call at Residence on 1 Milliard's Island '

top 37-tf thewee. Mouthive.t.riyalong the lake to a point
S yOU"dlIi to purchase building f
IF -- due W eat of the etarUnjr point; thence. eaHt. to the
'r AV Iota, home farm orange grove or IF you are thinking! of locating m . Osteopathic Physician .. rtaruiui point. .ontAininfr R.. acren more or

other properties in this section of Florida come to VVindemere and let lea*. In th"hhalfol the -outhweet quarter THE PIONEER PLUmBING S tiTuario r '
.. Florida it will pay you Ujcall or writ show of the bent fruit SnaP : a'
I have for me you some Special Attention Given to nf Section thirty...., Towrmhln twenty-Are. KISaiMMEE. FLA.
before purchasing. lands the state
me and vegetable in Nersous and Diseases of Souths Range twenty-nine; East. .
sale some of the most desirable property on lake and protected from "
. fronting/ And except commencing at the Mme point. H. EDMOND
offer SWABEY
Osreola county which we '
.. in cold. Five and ten acre tracts at prices ,
,." at very low prices and alt'reatportion and terms to suit S. S. Grifhri. owner Ortiei ttir Cltirim tut ...., 10 and 11GLASSBoi abvve mentioned thence running,south. lth fert t,
to a post, thence West trt the lake thence North-
of it is offered on extremely easy Fla. 32-tf CONTRACTING
!' ,a I t If have property in the Gotha. weeterly. around the lake. to where said lake rune PLUMBER ifoJ
,e terms. you at FOR SALE-Ten of the most desirable Northeasterly, thence Northeasterly alone the
Mil '
'., 'J'o... North that you cannot will advise readily me the lots in the town of Kisaimmee at exceptionally (221 lights) $2.75 lake to a point due Went of the atartlng point
value, .
J Its you ALL ITS
,;: I and BRANCHES'
low extremely .
.1 .' you have and the prices t 12x28 thir-ty-five .
class of property desire to terms If you desirE to purchase o ........ more or le..a, in the Northwestquarter ,

a .'' ;; class of In property this section you it ;is possible pur- easy the most desiraMe building lots SEE US FOR STOVES AND RANGES i of Section two. Township twenty-fix. Tinnlne, Himiim Pipe i ('iiiIhi., Thrpading.. .
... chaw '
should not delay calling on me at South. Range twenty-nine Bant. '
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