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: January 14, 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: VID00420
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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= ,to any public i school to ,iichthey' have : Mrs' Cars. : .. ;'m 4. ,. . .. $f 00 -- : --

FRUITS AND FLOWERS sent their' children In other states. Kissimmee's Advantages Mrs.> HIMs. '. . . ..-. ; ,,-. . i 00 I MAKING: A "Cm'r ::

Osceola llllgh 'School )has long been Mrs. Lelnnlng. ....,,, .' .* ".. . ., '1 00MriIining. , ...

the pride of our people? and nothing .. : ..;. ... .. .:,..'t. ,,. 200 . ; "5

; ..Is the Way Mr. G. I E. Tarbox De- left undone detail to make i It; aa 'complete for> good in To",Bo ToJd Through! the ,Medium, oi Great.: West- Mrs." Fox .. ... vr..*+.. .,.. ,,., ,.o 100 Being the Story of How, Ksswmee- .r,'-
it ,possible
every as Mrs. Stan ;
ord. .
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This Section in a Per- 'I', ,' ]t. iNf' I
c scribes work and the"expenditure of money, to >a em Daily-Board oi Trade's Good. 2I7k. (''::', Mia. M. CBryan..f,4'.v-i.; < TOO Exploited' by:lurriendiWho.' ;1

-4\sonal Letter .to a friend.' do.' Its teachers are carefully selected I ; -idraw'it-- Mra.-Inrram ;.... .... .-.-1.7.: .'.. .. 1 00 I Become Missionaries..,

r' / -.. : after' moat searching examination, I' At called the future Mr :,,flIrris. ., : ... . i population
I I a special meeting of sturdy "
j There are persona In the North and none are selected but'wfiglpass: :at Board Mrs.. Bullock. .... ,...,.4..77" '100 '
many of Trade held In the real
estate and This little
progressive tillers ofCtheVoll': l Thereare ta s story et boa '
,. and West who doubt mgst ,of the stoxles -. an exceedingly high mark, and"demon- office of.Mr. S..ILBullo& .Tuesday found-those-' whofrv iore.'rlooking Mr. .Bullock...._....<... ,.:.','''' 1 00 our.lana 'tea.a a ailssloaaryw, strascwr *. ...

In the local ]newspaper regarding strata lrt+rvry"waythat:: they are fitted another Important something Mrs.,, Pille)'.. .. . . .. ..'. .. .., . 1 00Mrs. ", Not more than two. months ji.z
afternoon, long'and moat for better,-who are ago V: {!
section.of-' for that particular profe.'ion.A J: L., Overs et. . .. . .. 00 '
the superior advantages: this step in the advancement ,of not satisfied until'theY iref the best . Kansas City man.'left, the land ofle.' 'f!.
fen the hom eker,' but "When, a man '; Mta. Kribbs.-: 1 00 and snow for visit I in .
Kjsstmmee vas taken when a consider- The pioneers are already, here-men a \>e land of fruit
cornea Mr; Krlbbi. . . .. .... . . . I
native state \ 00
of prominence l In hli NOBLE LIFE ENDED aule.,!sum of money was raised as the who havesmade a success at every stage and flowers. Like all other 'Yankeea,**. .'(.:" ""'. .
here and writes a pertonal letter to a . Mrs. Tiller.. .... . .1. 00 at least like:, of 1':1'-: 0..
i ___ Initisjl step in.a publicity campaign that of the game. The missionaries have moat them; he was In* _
which the Mrs. W.J, Sears :.. . ;. .. . . '
m'hls former home, in 100: dined to be '
J :/friend lit, Intended, and probably will, result in come and gone and others are coming, skeptical of' the things he
'.tatementU made, that Kissimmee lathe "Mrs. J. D. Massee Dies at.tier Home attracting attention of thousands and each and' 'every one carries, .back Mrs. Ellis, . .. ... .. .'.... . . 100' had heard and read about rId '-lta\ ." ,
has foundin 'Mrs. C. W. Griffin ..... . ... . 100Mrs. -
writer .
most ideal place the in, Marshallville, Ga. and bring hundreds" people to Kissimmefiwithin with him the wonderful story of KJMimmee advantages. and, possibilities. moat :!
which to make his home, and urges ..-Cull .. .. ....... .. .. .. . .,.. 1.00 of all, its wonderful climate and its *
Mrs. J the next six months.Through -its-extreme healthfulness magnificent \ production
all of his friends to come and help him Mars l lvil1e, Ga., Jan. ,4.- Mrs.: lay.J ohnll n . .: . .. . . 1 00 of'th.. most luscious I
D. Massee died at her home on Monday the efforts of W. S. Alyea climate, the hospitality, of its fruit.on '
enjoy life In this land of sunshlrte and Mr..Clay Johnson, Sr.. ... ...'. . 1 00 earth. > 'I -
and S. J.Triplett Carl F. White its' beautiful flowers and luscious "
11 o'clock after illness of a representative people ,
night at an .
flowersJils words must be accepted as Mrs! W. 1. Winn . ..,-. . . . 1 00 But he went and he ', -
several months. All that affection and of the Kansas City Journal, fruit of every description which saw with his ,
writtent Mr. Fleming . .. . :. .. . . i"00 >.
letter' .
was ;
truth. a 'doite for her was brought to Kissimmee for the purpose has made Florida famous. own eyes what printer's; ink and the''',
could suggest
skill relief
of w Mrs. Prentit . . . . .. . ._ . 1 00 >
Mr. G. E. Tarbox late Spokane, i\ tale of the enthusiastic Southerner "
I II to- avail and sympathizingfriends of securing material for'adescriptive "This trip has been a. revelation tome bad l. ;
in that city, no Mr.KaU.-.Vrrrl-.. .. . . .. 100 K : i
friend foJ-
'Wash.. to a personal i witl brought to Us And he''
which believed.
I suffer with the family in their illustrated story appearin said Mr. White,, shortly.before ears. ,f''''' ...
and at our request he consented to Jts crushing'sorrow. Our entire community -. the Journal shortly. After spending leaving Klssimmee on the return tripto Mr. Frank Vans Agn w. .. . .. 1 00 ,Not only- did he believe. but. ho himself- .
Miss Melick'enter arn . . 1M 10 '
publication. the that has several days here Investigating conditions Kansas City. "I had been told-of became an ardent supporterandsiover: 4
is shadowed by calamity Mrs. D. C. Ue . .'. . . . ; .. 100 '
The letter follows: I of the land of fruit and flowers.
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fallen and shortened the young life and Mr. White appeared before the the wonders of this country, but like ,
'}, Kissimmee. Fla. Jan. 10th, 1910. beautiful influence of this noble woman.In Board of Tradc,.'"too full for utterance every other Northerner, I was uncon Proceeds entertainment, etc. . 6 79 I That "Yankee. returned to hi. home
Mr. Meek . . . . . . .. . . . 125Mra. '
Major W. L. Boyd, Spokane, Wash, the varied relations of daughter, ," as he expressed it. vinced. Thanks to Mr. Alyea and Mr. a convert. Not only \was he a convert, _
Wlnn . . . . .'. . . . If. '
\, nice let- but
Your perbap. became '
'My Dear Major- very sister, wite and stepmother to three Mr. White's story undoubtedly will Triplett) I.was given the opportunity of unintentionally ha -
terVeeeived. We* had a very tedious you'ng girls, Mrs. Massee lived"' up to open the eyes of his seventy shousanc seeing for myself what my ears had Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew . . . 1 00Mrs.D.C.L a mlnlonary..te\lln\ a story that in th.. ,

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trip-We had to stop so many times on her high ideals and bound to her by the readers of the Journal. Through; this heard. Really I am unable to adequately : ? .100 day of Ponce de Leon would have brand
Mr. Katz . . . . . . . . .125 '
Mrs. T's health. We were ed him a dreamer In the of his -
account of sweetest and tenderest influence those : medium Kissimroee will receive Its firs express my admiration of this eyes auditors -,
from Spokane to Kissim i' Mrs. White. . . . . . .'. . . 25 His enthusiasm led his hearers,
eighteen days friends who knew her best. exploitation through a .metn JlQlitan beautiful city and surrounding country.If .
Mrs/Pennell . . . . . . . . 25 '
wonderfnl- how she haa Improved to believe that he overdrawing
mee. It-is Consecrated to Christian service in newspaper that taps that great South- I succeed in'conveying to the seventy was
Slater Reed. . , . . . . 125 '
arrived here. We are readers Mr. things, that somethmg had into .
since we early life, gifted in mind and nature western farming section which covers thousand of my story only one- gotten .e

as: out every day. The weather is just with those qualities that make a capa- Missouri Kansas Oklahoma, Nebraska, half what I feel, I believe I Total receipts.. . . . . . . . ,$181 02 his system and-was working out In the' ,
ideal. We have discarded our heavy ble and successful worker, she knew no Iowa and Arkansas. The Journal' placing Kiasimmee before the pu'blio'in EXPENDITURES. shape qf an exaggerated tale which.

wrlfps: and walk or ride every day I discouragement: in the various church motto Is: "Covers the Southwest likea a manner which will not only be a cred- Melick entertainment- seemed impossible of belief. .

4 I through; orange and grapefruit groves, I enterprises that called for her help. blanket. Pulls like a Missouri mule." it to myself but to a Florida city that Opera house, . . . . . . . $8 85 But the returned ;Northerner's_ story

ooni where the trees are just loaded down. Especially will her bright face and win- 'That Is .the territory from which Kis'BiftlmeeTand --has capturedfirst_ . :\!! l1.l.! estima .-nnUng.----------t--" ; .-.. '7-76, hadItsff ..._ Thoro, -*y en-thos.-whtt ._ "fI- '

39 -with-fruit-iRlltead of- snowballs. lungTnanrfeF"be"ml88eoT i Ky We pnmarryclass OsceoTaTcourity will argely!; U -.-rv- R. It. fare and royalty' . .... 10 00 heard the tile who' admitted to them-f

medal The Florida oranges are sweeter and of the Baptist Sabbath school I ... Mrs. Carr . . .. . . . . . 40 selves that there might' possibly be-

so much nicer than the California fruit. which she had taught a number of years Mrs. Katx . . . . . . 85 some element of truth in It. This can-

The gardens are full of vegetablesnow I with wonderful success. Good Work of the V. I.: S. Miss Melick, 40 per cent :. . 38 50 not be the unadulterated product of a., *-:
man's them.lIelve.
in Ja uary. Saturday I saw one Mrs. Massee leaves her husband. Mr.J. Miss Melick board. . . 10 00 imagination, they argued to

'II man-planting; and another man digging D. Massee three stepdaughters Mrs. Carr, for Langford . . . 2 50 .. There must be some basis for'. *

potatoes. .T.hey: are shipping vegetablesto Mrs. Mark Yarborough, Sprlngvale; Mrs. N. B. Carson for fertili'g 6 75 this wonderful story. r

and '" the Northern market all winter. Mrs. L. I. MaflTatt, Fitzgerald; Miss This Organization of. Ladjos is Doing Much To- W. & C. Gro. Co . :. . . . . iso This was only the beginning. Th. -.

* to From my":: window I can see Mabel Masseey Marshallville; three wards Building, Up a/ftp/
>ath.tould.-* lettuce cabbage celery, onions andS brothers, Messrs. Bert and Conrad Bryan J. E. Bowen, trees . . . . . 40 25 story. A story that ,was:told of.,Kia-; '

, other stuff growing. One man told me Kissimmee, Fla.; Mr. E. C. Bryan W.&C.Gro.CO. . ... .... . 685 elmmee and Osceola county. He determined '

l freeSI $2,600 worth of vegetables from two C. Kiesiramee Fla. of the -truth'or.falalty of the'
Bryan. the history of the Village Improve- Bryan being elected to that office.
he used in his Total expenditures . . .. .$13675 statements that had been made In' his
what own
acres, took this afternoon
The place :
ment Society, the society of ladies that Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. D. C. Lee, '.

family. A small\ family can easily make at three o'clock.-Macon Daily Tele- IB doing more to enhance the welfareand Mrs. Beaman and Mrs. Johnson were Total receipts . . . . . . . . .$181 02 presence.

living on one acre of this land. graph. __ _? beauty 8f its'town than any other appointed aa program committee for Total expenditures . . , .. . 136 75 And 1 nowJf the_reader. wiUddDd17 ;
f* best in the I permit the use of the first I will
<* '" (think this is place person,
i' society of like character in Florida, was the year--with Mrs. N. C. Bryan as -
\\ Tate tolocate, and we have bought ale KISSIMMILCELERY I held on Tuesday afternoon which chairman. a Balanceonhand., . . . . . '$ 44 27 endeavor to convey to you a few of the -

s, '1'l \ place and intend to" pitch our tent meeting steps were taken that will* During the month of March we had impressions of a Northerner upon his.
In Kissimmee. No more cold winters first visit to Florida and particularly
\ ght
: make its members worthy of the palmetto trees fertilized
every agitatedthe
None Finer Than That Grown on ; V. .1. S. to Kissimmee and Osceola
ill for me if I know myself, and I commendation and praise from all our movement of paving eur principal Special Meeting county.' *
I do.'We'are, In the first place I aix- that'Vhaven't '
think Island.Mr. sorry
Cypress people.! ) streets; planted shrubs in court bou.eyard.also
A special called meeting'' of the Noah Webster's I dictionary at -
a" short distance from .
only One thing that has been a source of ; united bur efforts with Mr. -
R. P. Hansen KlssimmeVs original '
V. I. S. will be held at the Council hand from which I might"euJI adjective .
St. Cloud. I every
Soldiers' at
the Old Colony
the of Frank Bass and
and most successful truck gardener much comment jon part caused our cemetery to '
Chamber afternoon at ever Invented'with which L
have been out there. and they arst to our town is that our street be put in beautiful condition. Severalof on Monday
now Is engaged in cutting his crop 3:80 o'clock for the of might describe the beauty and '
VISitora\\ completing grandeur
..8 the same as they always were and. aK: of celery on Cypress Island., Specimensof 'are not marked with signs.a our members, with many of the other purpose for the of JC.laalmmee'ind surrounding country.'.
be-iomear& aiid arrangements reception -
happy '
will contented -
ways has been the topic'of the town, furnished and
to Valley
he, cutting brought be the I also wish to that this Is In.:
to at to not
given Graystone say .
acme of them drink their coffee ;
Gaze'tW ffice Wednesday indicated that years, but It was'the V. I, S. that served dinner to the men who' workedin
too strong and it Joes not agr.e with the the visiting iadies, on Friday, ,the spired; that what said here Is said after .
; have unprecedented brought the matter to a successful; conclusion cemetery grounds., .
"' their livers: and .they growl and kick 'Mr. HanseXwill and signs will now be placed dn 21st inst. All! members... are earnestly a thorough'' investigation of conditions /)
i1 of the fin t-celery ever.'jm In During this month :Miss Melick gave
rop as they exist.and aa I have found
to attend. .
and would be happy under. circumstances requested q
pot the corners'of the principal t/I
bunches / ,'
section Of Florida Six an entertainment under
this the of
I auspices them at a time of I. told '
MRS. N. B. CARSON Pres. am
: -but you know the old soldier of the city, a committee having been year jj
taken promiscuously from the our society, which added $48 to our when conditions -
are at their
better than I can tell you. appointed to collect the funds :MRS. H. C. STANFORD, Sec. I ,worst .
nine necessary treasury, also series of
weighed pounds.Mr. a moving pictureshows Be that. it may. I am satisfied.If .,
Now I want to say a few words for Hansen estimates that- Jthe cut- for that purpose. a given for the benefit ot the this the dead of winter' .nda.KJa- .0;

.. this town and its people. The town is ting will run about 1,000 crates to the Another and possibly more important V. I. S.,- increased our amount! in the MAYORS' CONVENTION simmee at Its. wont, what, then most*

. .j a beauty. 1 can not describe it. You acre and that its quality will command action taken by these ladies was treasury $5.79. be the favorable"season.I That is fbe' ..
ur '
will have to see it to appreciate It- less than $2 crate. the appointing of a committee to have cement walk -
no a The leading from the that Wises the
question In
naturally .
f fI flera ,. with its mammoth oaks, maples and of is another I under the front of Will Be Held in the of
'This showing celery only seats placed along Broadway steps the court house to the Qty Tampa Northern J'D1Dd'aneducat8d to Southern; L _ _
magnolia trees, with'the fruit, and flowers example? of the value and resourcefulness oaks andin the) court house yard. This gate was completed in April, and work on1ebruan15th.A conditions, concejve' of anything .'

I everywhere. And people: They, of Osceola county property. Neither will not onlyJwWffreatJy to the convenience was begun on the walk beginning at ," '

are sociable, pleasant and nice, with the is' this particular brand of produc- of visitors to :bvu;, town' but will I the front gate if the court house yard convention of the:"mayors,,, councilmen ter. .
glad band out to the newcomer. and various other officials of the When I left my home In Kansas! City
tiveness confined to There make markedirnkoveinent in the
anyone spot. a and.leading to the corner of Emmett .. 0'
!*. Give my best wishes to all[; of our are thousands of acres of land of similar beauty of that principal l business thor-street and running'down Emmett street incorporated towns and cities of Florida it Was four degrees below xro and there:; .".
}rena.! tell them that I (will be was from four,to six inches of _ _
t' and quality in Osceola county and near oughfare.The .- Xx to the end of the court house square.'Durfngtbemonth has been called by Mayor F L. Wingof snow on' ..
Clad to see .them in this land of fruit Kissimmee, and, without discrediting ladles also decided J-equest'the of May this walk Tampa to convene In that city February the ''pound. The temperature'st Fol- ft

:ed. and aunshlne. '' Mr. Hansen'. wonderful, results, just. School Board] to lay a '.wa1k. from the was' ompl.ted. and!"a plea, was sent to 15th. The purpose of the convention . ton,.Term,, was ten degree below lew"and
Mrs. T. wishes to be remembered'. is to secure from these city officials fourteen ,inches of'on''th: \ .
rood and is1' made byothers. '- *,; f: ,
a showing maybe ; school house,stops to: the sldewalkoi the..Council for more cement sidewalks, "
and says to tell you she thinks that this .' Church street, .and appropriated the especially Emmett and Church streets j I expressions on municipal problems such : ground. Then after a day; and night'on 4. F f.: t "
climate is going to make a new woman. as systematizing accounts, bond Issues, the train I ,arrived In Kissimmee said t.l;' ,
A representative of the Vallejr Gazettewas sum of fifty dollars towards paying for and-also on street ,connecting .Broad :
of her. also the recipient of a specimen of) the work; and the City Council was requested way and Church street;' also agitatedthe Sewerage, municipal franchises,'"ftree ; Immediately ray coat. lIy.Nort.b'tto. -'
: Let me hear from-you often. which measured" pavings, uniformity of charters,' commission : em friends may acoff 'at mystery, but, ".
.r the turnip twenty-two to adopt some means to force movement of keeping cowa off ,the a-.
Yours, etc., form of government."etc. Some. I. mt l least, have been convinced. ? ",; ,,
V inches in .circumference. The. donor traveling tent shows to thoroughly' streets at nIghtThe
G. E. TARBOX. of the most : But the climate) isn't half he
prominent men In the { story.ii
Joe NimlU who takes pride'in clean the which ,
was up places onr they performed dead'palmetto} trees .. .
were replanted -I I United States authorities I Igov.rnment I bar been taugbt ifi
on municipal as'a -
P. B.-The editotof the ValleyGagettejustcainelntotalktorne. Vegetables
producing jast such from before leaving.the city 1 in June by Mr. J. E. Bowen of & 'jI
and nothInC'i... (
I told representatives of the lmpo.sibI.cJ _
his magnificent truck garden on the the- last this -
tourist Loughman Fla.
season ,
national government, who have mads' some kind of description, T 'have j
him I was writing to you, and he wants north aide of town. oJ'
society a reception to the visiting The City Council decided I uYJuly to '
gave '
to publish the letter and send, you a exhaustive studies of the. subjects: to, present when".that.
ladies In Kl .lmm.. at the Grayetone, have sidewalks put down on Emmett$ -
subject comas again. !Iti
will deliver addresses. up 'Js' nothing,
of his paper. and as it Is the 4
copy Florida Development Company and-it proved of the most enjoyable and Church streets and afio. : )
- ; one Broadway, ;. Kissimmee more nor lew than ornnjsgruveaucli
Mayor Murphy of has an fcaa
tarti straight goods, I will let him have I it, ,
and I hope that all of my friends who Mr. .J. M'McDonald Of the Florida events of the., winter months, and the cross streets connecting Broadway with b eA. notified and Invited to attend the I viewed Monday on a trip from on*p Tend ;1.tNJ.:' ," ::

,receive a copy fit this paper will accept Development Company with) headquarters same will be done' this season, the event. Church street I I I convention along with several!other city o( the'lake to the other: I.aayitte.j*? :?"' 'J, )

'It u a personal letter from' me, as I at Davenport, was In the city Monday taking place on Friday, January 21st, ;' Such\ a large number! of our member officials..xlf...Mayor Murphy baa suffl\ Impoaalble of description, Iroeaabri #J... '(
at the Grayitone from & to 5 in the afternoon. being absent from the } it decided that It is impossible .$ '.
would have to write about the same to and paid this offloe an appreciatedcall. city was ciently recovered from his recent of description 'tJ t ___
you all anyhow.' G. 'E. T. This company, which was formed The society extends a most to adjourn until October '. j j: position he probably; will attend .-india-I that would do Justice :to'j th.a grandeur "v- __
_. cordial invitation to all the ladies visiting Our society met again in, October !! simmee is In thV of It. I will not attempt;' .
- a few months) ago, has acquired a large, now limelight of the .write; .t..J U:
tract of land around Davenport, about' in Kissimmee and those whohve and ths'posaiblllty of making a public greater part of the United Slates at'' You'who live' it know it, better thank ft.; ______

TWENTY-fVlPER] CENT seventeen miles south of -Kissiinmee, moved here during the past year to attend park was, dlscua ed. one' of the most progressive. Florida could tell It. But let I a elp, back' to :

which is specially adapted to the grow- this receptton and become ac-I I The secretary was requested to writea cities and it is the Mayor's desire to Kansas City and it will be month be. 1 '1I-,.. '

ing of fruits and vegetables, 'and are qiialnted, not only with the members of vote of thanks to the City Council for keep It eyer so. If through an association fore I have.. It out of ,my'.yaum"-r-. ', ";\i' .\_. -.

I Increase Attendance of the Osceola offering it at attractive -prices and on the V. L S., but with each other. the ordinance recently passed by themin of mayors or city officials Mayor haps never. ' '.' F'i"- ;. ; .>r- _

High School.': I easy terras. They ara also selling town' The officers'that will serve this society retard to keeping cattle off the Murphy .can advance the interest of As' thss saother' Mortkerstr' 'tcosis, a ate, 4 (

,lots in Dayenport. The has during the ensuing year are as fol. streets at night. | Kissimraee be undoubtedly will exert slosanr. \ - "J\.. ...,;
Another aid certain evidence of .the company lows: President, Mrs. N. B. Carson; At the November the ,J. ..,,
opened offices at Chicago and at Daven. ,meeting aecre- ,_every effprt to be there.
growth of Kisslmmee the past year is and"Mr. McDonald first vice-president, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, tary reported. having written a vote The above atory "was written'by'Mr.CarfP. .', ,
ie increase of pupils of the Osceola port, reports a very; second vice-president,. Mrs. W. B. Harris Attention White a meinbw.Dfthi'odlto .
I satisfactory business.. Quite a. numberof Of thanks to the.. Council and the .corresponding ., ,.Everybody! ,. ----*. :t'' :
gh-Schoot-- .. .recordin secretary, Mrs*. II.' C rial staff of the 1
; ? hav-1 Kanaaaltj'Jouasi., :
secretary reported as A series of .. .
"Living Pictures"
the purchasers of farms am} lots he will I ., ,; _
ntll this,season there never were as Stanford; corresponding secretary, Mrs. "flbd\ who spent several days In .,{
i have already arrived and are well ing to procure the .loU.selected appear*t the Fraternity Opera House ; .ourcl Y' nd, \: .1'
as four hundred pupils enrolled says Clay Johnson, Sr. treasurer, Mrs. J. M. vicinity 1 ;
y ; for leavlngon.yesterday./oc
Jan. ..
location.. The en l''rIday.nenlnl", 28 at 8 o'clock. :
pleasod,7rithtbe : t
.ring any one ter'in.' ,but now there are company Willson,Jr.; executive: committee, MI'II.'s.U 'Secretary; ",These ''LiVlngPicturee" hom 7but, to use; his! "parting' 'word*., .
has just completed a new hOtel with will be ..pre ,,,4 '
: 'Just-four-hl1JJdred'and: sixty-two boys ample accommodations for all prospect : Bullock, Mrs. C. A. parson. The following is the, report of the sented 'by. the ladies of the Eplseopachurch' "for.on.Il" a brief.period,'for I'D. 'sorely, .
t, and girls op the rolls. The following is the report of the recording treasurer, Mrs. M. lists for the be ,a "Kisshnme; citisen before- 't!
and their friends many: ,
ors.. See adv. in another column of this year and the, program ... ' ''i. A.
The .thoroughness of this school and for the 1909 months ,
0, Issue. '' secretary year : 1909: will include music tinging rojl. Sy. ; ., rr ____
the competency of Its teachers has done Ladies of the Village Improvement.So- RECEIPTS: other attractions, ..and. <19 'JJ'i
G.-W.'Hannon70fCbadron.Neb .
'much towards inducing: parents to make Mr. and Mrs. 'U E.' Parker 'and .clety. Everybody Invited ;., '.,
Balance hand ,,: . ...,... $1113 cordially ,to be arrived in-the city'on: '
Ki lmm..'their home, and many'wJio".have daughter,' Mrs. M B. Wilson. arrive The :Village Improvement Society present. Proceeds for the benefit of Sunday night for t 1
Mr ..
i N. B. Carson:., .. . .. .. ., 1 00 the a stay of few weeks
Episcopal a. only he
church. '.
__- ;.. patronised eol ,High.; 8 boo1'for' .in'the city'thfs Week from Texas and commenced the year with thirty-two Mrsv C.Av . Admission, being In: im
Canon .. . '
? v.. . 100 children, 25c; grown folks, 85e z'eaeyy' the i railway i mail service '
the' first time: ..this) .session,'declare will make. Kissimmee 'their I home, Infutur. melbb ra.. The officers of the previous Mr. C. A. Carson ........,,.h.. 100 eel seats, SOc on sale his VU but: Vdurlng 1 ':
stay he.: look for V '
'I> that It Is far superior .every' branch ..-, *- -,.. '/ year werere-alectedwlth the : I I Drug Co.' - --- ,: ,location" < "'; .,,j.j.) .,
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i'i i NNNNO.NNN. Neeoee: PROCEEDINGS OF Issue Klsiimmee for warrant ninety for In dayi.Th said favor. amount of State with. Bank interest of. Z. W. /& G. W. BAsS. !.: .

z following ordinance was introduced -
five.-Acre Tract Pine ale'i : THE CITY COUNCILklsaimmee by W. ;j.{ Sears and read a first : *

;i 1 timer whereupon by unanimous consent ,
,- .tr was reap a'second time and unanimously \ ):CONTRACTORS. AND BUILDERS H #.'

l Fla., Jan. 4th, MO. rt:. ; :: '

: .." And Town Lots in lissimmeeFOR there.The being Council present met W.regular Ellis. sension Pren.,.' passedAN KDiNANCE .. :.

+ W. J. Sears, J. M. Han ell It.- M. AN ORDINANCE; providing for Iho Iwunneo by : Wood Brick Stone ;-
Pfann, and J. K Gilbert Clerk.Thgminutes'of Clio City of Klmlminoo JlomU\ la Curtain; or ,
AmGlltltfor Qte I'urpoio: of InatIWng a Mu- .. .
the last meeting were "
!ttHtm UaturwotaN kH ami ,
+ $3'OOTbc ; : read and approved.Reports.of officers and nir1pnl fir!the Hubmliwlon of Ibo ( s..woro.3" -'A "
: were. examined and approved. Bills Huch' iMiiauro to an Eluctlou u(.tlia .. .1'
; Kloctor uf sold C'lly *
were and ordered paid as ; '
S approved IIMIVB", Inntalfiitlon and operation ofmiiniclp a
tive-acre tracts are high pine follows:., .y.l.Tn of Waterworks and HoweraKa, '
land TJI Murphy I IS 0(1( la dix inu J iiuanwar jr by the (.54110011 of the Cityof ; GUARANTEE TO. GIVE PERFECTSATISFACTIONKissimmee : "
adaptecHofrult and truck growing, . 1 Mol-hatter:,11"i! :'.. :: ::i.1.; : .. : ft" t i Mtl'liatter! boiling rieouoni . .. <*: U lii'reun, It will l* necessary to IHinil Uio City . w I"
and ,artesian watef can obtained.. 011 I. MrPhatterl4MtdIn; M.C. :.. 21< m ortlur m provldo Iho luuili wltH which to 't.. .
.. K A Hinder", *..I..I"'II l 'e ? fiO 00 coiiBtrnrt nod maintain. wok Watvrtvorki\ andWhiircHH. i . V Jr'
every five-acres.: \\lllmmc ..lH j>ollit.. 76 117 SoweagotyMw'niwnd , J V
4 J 7 Kobermm. sal MM ltrasuror( 1O 00 .HID oi'lMtlnn ICKB! linn.llnu capacityof .
'. The town tots* hi Kissimmee front on J K.l ss a5 IHI the City, Least UK>n (.h T w Kllin. mil ifwTunnBii ,' ..10(1W ( ol I'IKII',avaiUMn fur linn purponn. U $l:M:>H.Ml I. Florida
the new marl street. 1 :: :. .. J OoI Tlinr"forvtlio. Itonlnlnwl by the Council. of
: Mttiv'ere. i IWJ the Cty, of hbwimmreHucaon ,
." M H.ll.Hil .. .. "'''' . 800 I.I 1'lint'iiuiliT mnl liy virtue of thn _. --i.
W. S. ALY II M PTHllll '. '- . a I Ul, power vvHtml In tho CHs' ol KloMinmiH) lir I
:( \I. M \\hidden, Mil .",,' work' W 'imP i hapmr.rpl5. A<.tu of !IOtI.>. IaNM of 'lurliJiIho ,
: .-U. .r Hniaiff w'iloowx fro (10 qPike Ciij.HlinU, IxHiie lt> liomln for Uio aunt "( Forty'Ihreo'IfliuefminndNo GfllGE SAPS
': wlIle'a, foes I IIMI.I .Doiliirn.' in 'u'IY'liar. THE GBJIYSTOIIE fll fllflMINE ''
; FLA. \ 'PH<.IK<.tt.! u IliH'fcH f.-.. All .... UnulH. lo bt HtyloilNnturM6rkA, anilHuwerHifii .1t
:+ Park Hotel KISSIMMEE,, TJ NVnf\<*ri>,wilnuNN foe 41 IJ \ t It>lnlH.. of tin iluiumiuiatlon or OiliiThoimaml 4
A I.alif'HHhiCtf&irxliiicdimfl ij, >... 1 l p9ilnr.esCh.. dra 1iilutorolil'! pay
+ ', C il T'Ie. iuTniMvr . M ahlv Herat'euntu,ly. at that role, iif HX portent ANTHONY A. LOLL Proprietor.

....................:....: A KI."nlll".1.1.3'M >* "ry. llflUlitlV' .dn/c-lte. printing.. ,. ,1 l Id 1 11(1 A5: ,per h'I""r alp unm I.M\a"OI''H. niutiirlnK f"ll IOWM In .ThlrtyY.wnl.'lvoU'uIo1U. from \ .'It .'..

J liunni by (tVwurtiliHi . < 4iiII Y"8. Five lknI.IH hi 1'ell Yosre Five IklnCM int'ItIiui r- AcaENT FOR \
.. 1 H VloldkUloil ,.. IIIOM'ttlllll ( S'e.r, IKbl 1I011'S. to 7'xvunty Yram. .
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HliW.'... ,",1.0 .. en! 'J'"n 11011,1", ''n 'I" 31'VIP Years. and 7'11buwell .
Ro,... Gray. tinlHi> for HIT 1 171) I" 'J'hlrly Yowre, and thu lule".I and Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines .
''.....1 10") t4>)iirrniim\ 4 W, rrinel 'nllwyable I" gold\ vr Its egnivalunt alh.
T KlNMlinmu 1H Co phone . I 6HI I .. ... h'" "f the T'n.esur. r 01 .alol City sold '
I .1 I U GIllMTtt l mlvniit for InK loon nil I 'IH) "...lid. .pl iro, ,1,1 for the l'UflM''''' 01 11I..alllng. and Irrigating Outfits:
TO BE GIVEN AWAY I! Frail rnlti Hull rcpt" 10 (mi and conatntehng a m\1l1h"IIUI..t..", 01 w'eter
J :Z R .Ii.. >riwiii. 01'10.1" ( street' work .117' M: work",and'.'cu"cratfe in said Clly ,ri __ .. -_-._. -- j..
51 Hrh Hroilmm... tfninm fur Htritoi work: xn ISO $vtiun2. 1'hHI.1I Klwcmou 1m hold' at liltclU'ly fj
A I.. Uiitiilmii, pultlnu I (In Hnwcr .. . 'LIMB on a date AH priictirablu at whlrh the question
K P-Dnnn, MNI\| HM nun t K L I' . : 110 .00) to l be submitted to eltTtom' of tutUl city, AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR. REPAIREDARTESIAN 'I':
H1w .' J It (1hPM rl|, NxI| HM KIT, .ud col K L P 11", 00)( \having the quallflcftlioiiH' iireHnribcit by section ___ :
J I K 'lit ben. frt K I. I P Z' it Urt-O- of ibu 0ouoral MMUUH: of the Susie of -- .
\\.I,I MHrx: IliHlirailou K L. l I' 17 ill, liirida! Hh.1bo\ ) the immtttir of sold "iMnwIn.."ft*\, { .
J M \\ lll'loin, Jr. Inminiiioii' + 1.1' 17 40 the Maur Hlmrl forth wuh IKHUO hU prm'lam. WELLS; DRIVEN; AN1. DEPTH .
H H Ijull'k. .htpuraoco> K L P' l III "I; lion for ssid clttotfoii. '
+ M TllliT, luburnlii-u L I. V 17 40!) Hf<'lion( 6. That oho form of the Ballot to buu "
ef / U h' xitflixiK. ilr\nKU i r *<*<1 dt Haul Klwtion, hail, 10.t mihstautlall aafoltmn'fi' .
A M Hl.'rv dri.vfge 1 05 ' "" )
IH Owcol; IIiIN'! Co, imlHii J 7tt ,> ..O..lI.IAL( HA1L w , i.riM-1"(ot. tnIHI. ,for Ki I' .j''0, 'Lion. A D. IV City of KlHHliuMitktj We Solicit all Kinds Repair WorkE. 1
II mo "S'nr. nidHi 1 1iftliiKliouli .IJ mee.Florida.
\\ E M I t'o. inclcru 4>< .1.. "\; a crux (x> htdnrolhe y next ion of \our
N Fx '1I,1"'h.| W k 1 L <'o, UHluc .. 4 95 Inure '
S 4 r1) ; 'L 5 1 .lno. '. 1''I.h..r, r1). IIIIM, I Oil)* '\"h'f! fliirlitii, I I IK"u '" I o. iniilprlHl, .'10 41Y For \\al<'ru.orkri" tiiiti S..n eraye'nnlie.
K I,Ills IpMl'ell..liut w..rk. 17 7I '> Agnht.t w iiti-rvtoikH sod Sew cr.K" IiwulN.. I
-, <.inr"UM.r luMiniiHtlnti work 1 II. !fi.iKHltiniK lt" rnuu I '10.,1.1 III'', IMNIIH tII'e.t.Ni 1.,1. A. GILBERT
4t ., "I i. Uir I'o uixxl lor K I. I* ,I"., 7! be 11111horl jell I by I rya re'mrcd I sii I Ii Irds vole, /
''i IM> l li'r.'lri'i't, liHtlllliK wiiml. 7 ,HI, :111,1,1: nnld L.aplx;. sha11: I,: iNH11.Nt: Hceurllug:! LIblw ; .
A H Kpi.It. bal, 4111 noiKj' All IIh."t ....III" ado 11., I'iuu"I. '1 .hnll. h",
J 1 F U"",,ii. ...1|.us M.n\4'HK"r. .m> 'mII1J hire NU' h INNlnlnre. provldo hy .."ItIl.III',' ror
.. am J i .KI the r".I".IIO", of, add 1".1..1. nlulurlty and r
i ._ ;_ f MI I.",, hhn"' -'" 1)qF for Ihr 'pnYpu'nl' .r .the h"l'r".1 "I"'U the Mune .
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?y J I I\HIK' siihititr\ rn't* I i' 00' "i"'t-uu' ', I tint' nil "'.IIIIIIU..r' parIM Ihercif and BUILDER -
.v w x ,-I Ilk .>.e KiwHimnii:i>, 1I,11Ir) 'lur. Ht fimil, '<<>.o, .m. 'III rPnfb.J, I I..."." IIh.) )b. and. Ole ...11I" lire..
.. a'', Hi Hk .jf Hl-slininii-. on Hint Ml uThc1'reasurer'H hereby n;[I' w
1 t a II rsl and Miiolul time b\ iiliniilinoiiHlonsi'iit
$ report for month of Nod i IH..I in IIM'n Mention ti1IN folirflidHj.if '
Y' Novemli is. as follow: Jnniinn. II I I'll' Plans and Estimates Furnished
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I.INIKAI. KI'NtToTwiTanci >
.,.r I'n NIq' .li tit of ('Gn111...!t.. ituf' K IT.numre I
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ae ft:>ni TunT ri'imrl Z7rtfrItoc T AlU-sl; '
4 ",.1,fiiiln, 1..h,1 l !15 I ,'rlt414IV > ((8 eI j .i. It III1.1ER'I( !; I .=AGENT FOR--__
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Ml fliun lax Collector: 9 .. -f----
.h..k ul''I lli i H y.r h.iH>.iiaiiiik', I
Kici-nOl fliun, I Ink :U: KBlolal :
There, l being no furtlii-r Imsiiu's!

: fl.,>.' .IK (Nitiniil, .nljouriu'ii n\ei.t in regular The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage/ 50.OOO to
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II pRtil a'nrM11tMT. r I
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seaman luc-silay, lot at 1 1.600.000 "
.. Iwlanif im. hnml t .9'! "IHTHKPT 1 7:.;(0) p|j.-ID. T.V.. Ei.Lis 1'ren gallons per.hour I
tllNIKTnluilanci J. H. GIIIU.\T.| Clerk Gasoline Engms, 2 to 50 H. P Steam Engines 5 to 200 H. P. r

;; fnimlaHl, ,purl, 0' ,INTo Boilers Any Size I
Rinounl from I.x I Cilli ti ''T "'1 5-1'. :
To amount from Clerk .'! Ju' Photography.I Stamped Metal Shingles, Ceiling and Outside Walls Any Design.

t t am prepared to make photographs i
Total i 91'H II' {
liy paid( warrmntn 711 4 2 of all ode at my studio locate l just IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS
--I above tie Midland Ky. on Broadway j
To balance on hand t F l> 72 or will/l0,( anywhere to make outside '

A' HANDSOME BCII4>4>I. PUN viewsPrices reasonable.
To balance from lent report $ 12" H J, A. LANCASTER.
To amount from Clerk 55 A T '
21 *. .
To amounrfrom Tax Collector
Maps of Florida.To !1 "M'.C'lH... aRNareT 'AC'lH.
S4OO Total' on hand I I 119. M I
PIANO ELECTRO LIGHT FUND any subscriber the valley Gaz- t. j I

I To balance from taut report t .$lltll ::D ette we will send, postpaid; upon receiptos MACH
To amount from K.4 L. ('ollector' %1 71 25 cents, a pocket map of the Stateof BROS., t

TO THE i Total I20HT--12 Florida.. I .
By paid warranb. a+\U I:iTo -- -- =-- ----

MOST POPULAR CONTESTANT balance v BANITARY on hand PUMP $;TW 07 Notice. Livery, '. Fed and Sale Stable. t. .

Notice IH hereby given that John II. lloijera
To balance from hut report t 101 >*7
To amount from Clerk 5 56 will make application to the State' Board of WOOD' -:-DRAYING
..We hava arranged to give away to the most popular Toamuuntfrom Marahal V "lit "o, Pad IlI.t Tallaharwee.' Floriila for romrauta- ) 1
person' To amount from Tax Collector :-3 gfi lou of Hcotence on the IHth day of January, Everything Is Now. and First-Class. Wo will

entering the-contest a magnificent. $400 Piano, one of the Total .. V. t I"$ .011 I'llO. Of aa loon thereafter an can be hiwrd The II
U,.. paid warrant ... ....... 79 00 I aid John Ii. Rogers having been convicted of 9 Render. Prompt 'and Satisfactory Ser- ,'ever brought to Kissimmee. ; murder In 'ha'0..,degree at the Spring Term .. vice Day or Night. All Kinds ...
'Tobalanc.onh.nd.ii.; ,.",;."* $ ,118 08UIUHNO I 1909,of the Circuit '
; :: D. C..r1lo and for the ,
'f)!) .' '''J .' Heavy III ."
: rUN fTobubtnoe tltllg.
, :1 'County of Oaceola, and Hlata of Florida. 1 l. I
l.iGl" \ '" 9 from Iwo report.));-|/<'/.I( ; 46'' 78 ..* .'
.: To amount from Clerft**. ii>Ajti:' 8-1 AT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. "X. PHONE

_CALL AND FIND' OUT.' HOW- YOU"CAN, !,)H,; ,To amount from Tax Collactor' [p? 'WJffly. MUVfr!- SJ;>S ; :(;.4J .1) .'i, ',-. J.w.L J, MooR'. '"'" "'" "'" ,..... "" ,.'" ,.'" ...,'I. j '",,,, ...... 113. (1 .

'lotal .. .. ... .... .... .. ....... .......S (72.66CBMKTEW . Att>seas H. for Applicant.Klmilmniee . 1 1< ,
Fla. Jan. Tlh. 1U10 2-2t - '"

IT FREE To l"nl"ice from lnnt report PUND ,. WIO(( (ilK -, - -- ---- ,

'.a (GET To amount from Clerk I M 00 i, Notice of Final Settlement and ...-..- -...........-.-....-......_...___...awaNa -

Total' .. . $15114 l Application for Discharge.
Xavier A. Kramer having completed
preliminary survey of proposed waterworks Notice Ik hereby given> that the tindiralKU4dIM i May p""plodIlIlOI know what Bank'l Capital .la for. or the differ,.no. be-
and presented Administrator of the KNtato of Jerry M. : Sweeps a bank of little or nO capital and one Will a large capital. '
sewerage system 1'01.0100....\.t..l. will on Saturday July 2nd. .
estimate as to cost of same, which was : .A HANK'S CAPITAl. AND SURPLUS
,:Kissimmee Drug Company read, and. on motion, wan accepted and 1U10 make final nettlement with the County : In the fund thai prolanU the deponltora from !I"< .., therefore the larger .It ll the '
ordered filed as information.The Judge ofOcceol.ountyState of Florida and : grantor protection the 4apo.llora.hare Thin bank had a .
superintendent of the electric apply for anal dlMtiartia: aa aald Administrator r Capital of .. .. .. ... .. .. ...tso.ono 00
ftA" > r Dee..22, I'.KW L. D. OTBUrrMBBT C Surplui fund nl ... ... .. ...... .. . .. 16.011000 a
and the electric
light plant light com- Admlnltitrator Estate of : Stockholder liability ,. . .. . . 60.000 00 .
x, mittee recommended the purchase of a "
---,. new engine to be installed in connectionwith SI2-M! mo. Jerry M. Potter. A total of -. . .. .. .. . .. 115,1100 00
,t 1M NNNM4N4- N engine now in plant. After dis .. TteU meant that we must hoe ll\000.00 before our depositors could lo.. a
:=: cent. Tlii. protection !ii for YOU. .
cussingthe matter Mr. Harry Sloan,

!i representing Erie, Pa., presented the Skinner a contract Engine relativeto Co. of D. A. VANS AGNEW s STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE SKI

!I Holiday: Goods the purchase of an engine. Where- I ATTOHNKV AT LAW..... .. I = __ ---01'-, .
upon, upon investigation, the Council I I AND NOAAHY PUBLIC (I IKISS1MMEK = IMMLl. F''D"
unanimously agreed to purchase an engine : C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEBVIoePrMldent N. B. CARSON
from said company, upon condition I i= /I Preildeat Caihler i

EXCEEDINGLY FINE LINE OF i ii' that same be delivered within a limited l' Ll .....-......_._ w.ew. ............._............._....-
arty al" -. AN time, and the chairman of the electric .
light committee was .instructed to> sign -- .

i., the contract for same, the price of the J M. W1L.L.SON, JR.,,
I 1 IH -
| CUT GLASS engine, as stated! in the contract, to be :

w- $l.075.) V NOTARY PUBLIC... '-( THE "STO
I .1 I PAPETRICS . It was moved and seconded that the ) 'STATE AT LARGE. \ CASH
; -PURSES, HAND BAGS,. it' | Council borrow $500 to be placed to the Real Estate Agent. -I iEfl
credit of the streot fund (motion car-
I/ : TOILET CASES, MANICURES, ETC. < ried), and the clerk was instructed to KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA 'I'' /'. i
-I First Door North of Postoffice _



i DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all of](best . "

. """", N'Wr M MMM4tIN1A. Famous Miller Farm quality and lowest prices. .

'J . -... r AND AIOST I Gal) Before Buying Elsewhere. -


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:( ., OST M FOR $300 --1

.,.. The Miller Farm lies partly in the 1 I.htits; of .

1 Kissimmee, and is high pine land, the ikind so

,A : : CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I well adapted to fruit and vegetable culture. A SUNNY SOUTH STABLES

most l healthy and beautiful, location for a home.

x ' Does General' Oontraoting aced Building and:, Furnishes Etimates -. ......... .......... .

". on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether i There are two ten-acre tracts on this farm with GEd. W. OVERSTREET, Prop.

,'' -.- '"it aTwo-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. a hundred full bearing orange trees on each '-
Makes, a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS tract, that can be bought for $.,100 each. The. Livery* Sale and Boarding

t in which he has met with the greatest success best bargain in this section. .

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any Well with -New
1 equipped Stock and Vehicles and prepared -
to meet all demands with'perfect satisfaction.
aiyedbtm' work and it
your Kissimmee Fla. '
K will be.wen and quickly. done. W.\ S-i-A.ILj-SriE.A.I Heavy Hauling and Boarding Horses Specially.

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t I NPRESENTING this list of Lands and Trucking Farms for sale we desire to be understood jng past this I land, and the, Jacksonville and Tampa automobile, .line of travel. 1 runs .past this
;.1,,i :that we consider them a well selected lot of property that has. merit and the qualifies !- tract of land. Shingle Creek forms one boundary line, and it has a beautiful I lake front of 1

.'i that make' good jf farmed- or operated.,. on the line that nature intended.. First, we call nearly two miles, thus giving transportation .launch over, the. ( lake. If desired.- These lands'. .'' '

u: ;. attention to PARK QARDENS which for location kind and .quality of soil is not surpassed will produce abundantly any kind\ of cr .common to this'country.. They require less fertilizer ;,

j I anywhere in the. great State of Florida. We can sell in 5, 1O or. "20 acre. tracts at $100 per because they are underlaid by a blue marl that retains both the moisture and fertilizer..

I I acre, and this j price includes an artesian well, and' if desired will sell on favorable terms of There is a good fall toward the lake., naking drainage certain and easy. _

I payment., giving the purchaser an opportunity to, make the greater part of the purchase price Anyone desiring an excellent truck- farm cannot do better than to buy so.fne or the tracts '
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i'1 out of the land before paying for it. These lands are within close proximity to shipping facilities of PARK GARDENS. ,

l 111'1 a little over two miles from Kissimmee, the county seat. A hard road is now build- .

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: No.1 mee; one-half cleared; 5-room house; tome timber; all] good Price (100 per acre. Same party hal 40 acres fenced and :-

for oranges or farming. Price 2250.( Time on part If 40 acres) on opposite side of the road, ose-quarter mile ;

: Weatherby Grove and Home Farm. desired. from hard road< ; splendid land. (20 per .acre l

This Is an excellent farm and grove, joins No.2. and No.6 I No. 13 -
1 I. an excellent phice-for two friends who want the better _

class of property. On this property can be found_a|lamer, :_ Timber and. -,.- Beaman Gro ve-Pretty Joeatlou 4 loiiu;.fl ---:-'
-- -- ------- --- ilWitT nmostanvgrontii and ---1 grapefruit and good ." 'T
- "varTely"bf country We hare 1WO acres of timber ]land which nowhas some bearing orange tangerine grove
is all In a healthy growing, condition, bears abundantly \aluablesaw timber, and besides It is good farming and I truck garden; nice 0-room !cottage; ; stable; beautiful shade,
and brings good returns. Mr. Weatherby grew two-thirds .etc. Don't fail to see this property if you want a money- ;
land when
trucking the timber Is cleared oft It Is :well
1 of an acre of egg plant'and harvested and sold overIOOO< > located I maker at 4000.
as to railroad and shipping facilities, and this
worth from this small ol ground neighbor.
pure wjlilfijljs
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valuable tract can be had for $0.25( per acre. This is a
Mr. Hilliard made <1,2OO from and of No. 14 ,
an acre) a quarter
rare bargain and will not remain long on the market, for
J .' land from the same kind of a erns.| We will take you to It is a money maker, anj-thht is the first time we have been Several I 5 acre tracts of high pine land adjoining the .
{ see the owner tnd you can deal direct with him. He has a
1 permitted to offer itpnffhc" market. city limits at (50 to (65 per acre, on terms if desired.
/r pleasant home, good barn, and everything convenient and :

j .handy. He has a pine apple garden at) >o. Has some of No. 7 No. 15 v

the finest Hammock land for extending the grove if desired
'. 10 acres land splendid for trucking and beautiful, Cut Over Land.

I '. No.2 sightly building location; about one-quarter mile from
.. We have of of land in Lake
tract 5,000 cut
3 a acres over
"" court bouse; } acres nice pine trees on this land. -
1\\ I Hiljiard Grove. Owned by two Wichita,-Kan people who.. will sell for County Florida, that is a bargain and well worthy of ,
\ close It Is | close to railroad
Investigation. gosdjtpl,
. This is one of the best paying groves for its size in the $150 per acre.. t"
1 ,--..... There 15 'town, and ready to go to operating and getting ready for .
1[ ,country. are or mpre acres of excellent bearinggroye
1, several of No. 8 the plow. Would make a splendid colonization proposi .
acres more splendid hammock; plenty
This be had for 4.25 4
tion. can per acre.
land cleared for farming and trucking Mr. Ullllard made Br van farm of 420 acres; 2} miles from county seat;

, (1,200 on one and one-quarter acres of this land raising one-half mile from two shipping: station; over 40 acres) No. 16 -1-

eggplant. Plenty of good muck land for pasture and bearing grove; 5 or 6 acres lust beginning to bear; 100

farming: On a large scale if desired. A beautiful 11-room acres fine muck land; Iota of excellent hamnoiock and some Some choice building lots on bard road, east part of';

I cottage house; plenty"outbuildings and good. barn; good high pine land; 10-room house, etc. A prospectus of this city; pretty view of tbe lake. Prices only (125 to (160 for ....
I' t irrigating plant (Skinne&. system), andone of the prettiest fine farm and grove will be sent free of charge to interested building site.J .

home-like places in Central lorida/ Large llveoak trees parties. (27,600 on terms will buy this valuable property. #

--: with hanging moss.; Must bevSeen) to be appreciated. ,.. No.' 17.'x'J. .
I ';, Owner bas t'alsedpd educated hls fsmily, and Is now able _, No. 9 ./ r '' ", : 'S.

'v, '" i. to retire from active bu.lne.- Wke life easy. .This One of the choice locations in Klssimmw for t. beauttl Iful ,..,J I
: "; ,tracyjoins-No. 1, Will take"customer to" owner,, for price Beautiful Cypress Island located 2 mile from Klsslmmee borne; IIneJ..rje"ell built. residence with,. porch and j< ,#a . .... '"..,...
,, ,,, . . IQ Lake Tohopekaliga Is one of the finest Invest*..,.. .,.. "" ,
ad 'r..1" : .veranda almost around1main partof building. feet. .
F ? .... .. -:;'terms,eta. .. BOilfiQ ;. I rservant's
.y"- ..;.:- _.._._._--- ./No. 3" C menu on the market; about A acres 'bearlng-or"D sod'grapefruit house; fine shade on both sides also front and. y
trees) finest of vegetable Jand. Owner Is selling rear of bouse. Will exchange forTand.No. y +
about (200 worth ot tomatoes per week from this place, besides .
and Fruit Farm.
Poultpruck .
be bas both sweet and Irish ootatoes, lettuce, cabbage 18 ., ww
Tbls SO-acre tract of land lies three and one-half mile. etc. See this great bargain before someone else gets' .

from Ki..imt4.. Station on Midland] Railway is located the prize. 110,000 easy terms. 32 acres of 1.D4.U, fenced and cross fenced; 12 acre ''': i :

on this land. Seven-room cottage, stables, etc.; three .. well set to orange and grapefruit .trees; about 100 large .

acres fine orange, grapefruit.. and tangerine: grove; two No. 10 trees In bearing; 8 box houses, some timber, seyeral acres' i ...

acres of young grove, part of which is just beginning to 16 acre., one-half mile from the court house;. beautiful peach trees J just beginning to bear. Here li ..t.befouDd.. iLion
bear/ Part of tbe land fine trucking land, part timber. of an excellent proposition that,,1lJ0'0"/ better. each ,
location; 9 acres ready for the plow; rich soil; most all
School and church Jess than a quarter of a mile from the Price (2,750 terms if desired.
year. ;; :
.. fine trucking land; 5 acres of It. good grove and mall frul'1.ndr ../{
house. Grove alone will payl..rtle-dIYldeD4 on the price "
fine plaen to raise poultry;} broom house newly : '
of the land. This place Is owned by a widow wbo lives on No. 19. ."., :
/ painted and covered; 8-room servant. house; land easily ..... '
it; she desires sell and go to her people. Will sell for 1 I' y18
drained. A real bargain at (2,250, on reasonable term 101 acre excellent: hammock and mndkr, land with One.' '
t3 OO and Jn household furniture. Tune of .
put on part
of payment. Location add much to the value of this beach on lake front., about. miles from'.St. Cloud; wilt "
purchase price if desired. '
property. It I* well fenced. soon be worth (100-per acre; can be bought NOW, for $5S-,' . f g

No.4' No. 11 per acre. This Is a good proposition ,and' Is. priced for;;' .
Immediate action.
/ .
,,. 44 acres splendid land, one-balf mile from,Shingle f
10 acres of trucking land fenced and 5 acres ready forthe r '
Creek station and four m.iles from KissimmeeFour and .
No. .
2O a
plow; flowing well; only little over one-half-mile-from.
one-half acres good bearing orange grove; six acres cleared ry
court house lust the line outside limits. Can -
; across city
for gardening balance in timber-all good farming or' thousand Timber and Cut Over? Laridsj A" ;
buy this for an even dollars, and you will
/ orange land. This can be bought. for 2500. Terms if daired' - 'from -
make no mistake in buying it.No. 2500 acres of land 4 miles Kissimmee and near t.
Same party has 40 acres; near by for sale at (25 *
12 .two other !.OwDeoD two,different lines, -fat-tot' tbisUnd 4 lA
per acre. ha. bad the timber removed and Is r
No. 5 a part virgin timber an4' r twill
/ 1 42 acres of fine, rich deep muck land adjoin log city cut lots' of good cypress and pine lumber. Full par .

/ 40 acres of good land adjoining'town site of. Kisslm- limits, oa bard road; rood drainage and choice location. tlculars Interested parties. J: ',

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.... The above properties are only a partof our extensive list, and we are ready to send fur- sequently property. is aoinahiah r, but. has not nearly reaohedits: true "value and HERE I is'' e r

. ther lists to interested parties and detailed information concerning any particular place that plenty of Iroem and profitable: investment, as.well as for delightful! homes.. 'We havethe e

j we_ 1'! 'yeJosal \,and invite_ _and"answer correspondence. promptly. We will introduce you to best part of. Florida to showyou and you will-like our hospitable: congenial people;; as-'well: =k ,

the owners of'property we control and you may deal direct with them, and we will see that as the excellent healthful climate. Our soil is fertile and very productive and will aTO very

you getlperfect titles, and fair treatment. abundantly anything: anyone may desire tq plant t. -
*5y 4n

To those who think that this part of Florida was put out of business by the late cold snap Come and see us and we will treat you right, and help you to locate favorably. and. to m .) o""

we desire to say, that while some of the tender vegetables were hurt and a small per cent. of your advantage. Now is the time and here is the place. o f _

the:oranges were touched, yet thousands of boxes of fruit are being picked off the trees and \.y 1'
Soliciting your business or correspondence, we are
III shipped to market. People are coming here trom all over the country, and buying-homes, con- 1

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Tracy began her last ---
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c XTKKTin nm.a.'.. tamperlecture. . .. ;
,OMce' Gazette" While Dolan It. . -. rE I.q.
I Valley' Building.OBODOLA .
( :- .Chriitian church for twelve evening .On a periodical the otter day,'"%ay* ; ; .. f >1" 'rf
COUWTT,IrW.: ; The.meeting are non-denominational, the amateur philosopher of the Providence ::: .. ... ..,' .. ._ ,., ". ,'. .
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and all Tribune. 1 CAB across a pkftureW .-
.-" W, Bt 1tRRIs, Bettor ana Prop'r. persons interested in the cause what bed .T1 IlDtJ7: been a,musical ::::: .. T "
of temperance are invited to attend. f::: '- . ,
S. entertainment or nraslcale-1 took :;;;;;oo'..
4 suBscanmoN RATXBIJ : !|,_ Dr.. Tracy is a tlu.nt'and eloquent It to nave been a musical tot choice.Tfce == . .:" ,, ,./._ to '.
:-.- ...".......;../t..y$1 00'I speaker and made a splendid impression fiddler* bad son, and mo bad .'* -, "- y, 4 1650 acres with one mile Tobopekallga /. :'"EJ "
.{ _.... re..tJti......".... ,. I. his E :, "
1 audience last ,
won night. Both moving tb* solyUt or soloists: and guests ,. .lake front; short ride by- land ;,or water; an _

* -...a.""'-.... , from our aaU.t picture and slides" are used' in his There. remained la Uw foreground the E. )-. 'I ,,' ''ideal place for'a winter home or' a "sub-divis -, '30
-"> ....... it one' 4emcd loom and a waat of empty '. _ b*clmcd by tb write '| .ua a which entertain as well ss C ion. Price $2 6.00 acre. I -
.....,.. arN.r soul. not be rManwd antaai instruct in the great, truths'Which he 1 la chain along with the open"grand- plno. '-;- [) per =

promulgating., a head|| 40 acres good, pine land close, tQ the :'
-.-... at the rostaeto..ia tu..aams. Pte".. -- Tb beefs wa resting on.his farm of Mr M. H. ,Porter, one'mile from city ,
-+...mall maar. bad :. :1
trmu oo a table The boateaa re- '
for Sale.: limits IO.OOper acre. i A. '.
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Ii Friday, Jan. 14, i I0. Six hundred acres mdck, hammock col laps*. Ik the.background spat. :-=' -.-, il;''';;;;''_' .. '10 acres good trucking: land near the M: : ".

:. and pine land lying along Sugar Belt ler was looking on eomml ent1D'I7 that I home of Mr. J. W. Miller on city limits. ;::; .
"Now. tbere'a a good deal t == ,
railroad. about three miles from '
Price $200. .
Why Not AH Wort for florida. ;'art of thing Drat and laat the country == SomeExtra p .
simmee, !alao>on dirt road to St. Cloud. -- --=- -f _a - ...... :
'o"'er. It.waa true 16 life, but I never '
T'he of Mr, J. W.: .
r Good g 40
One of the and buildings and small Will .
strangest things, one grove. could understand It-that la, nobody "
that we are at a hoes to account for, la'whJ' sell aa a whole or will cut up into tract baa 'ever explained: to me why; people == .. Miller' adjacent city limits; well timbered.. ==

the press ot Florida does not work of fifty or one hundred acres with lake who don't enjoy entertaining or being == -- Price $20.00 per acre. .. =-=

.* a unit, for anything that will enhance and railroad fronts. entertained persist in making martyrs =-= 40 acres good high pine land close' St. ; .
'!the,welfare of our state For further particulars write or call.j of themselves why anybody; doe == Cloud marl road. three-fourths mile of city --M i

'On the 22nd of December the several on Rull Bass, Kissimmee, Fla dec 101 I something palo for pleasure that Invariablyglrea == limits. $ O.OO pet acre. ."-... -

:Board of Trade in this state sent delegates I I. :::::
himself out
to a convention in Jacksonville, for Sale. I wears"A person himself who out puts In the line of duty == 5 acres land In Pinedale, on which can :::::.

""i the object of which was to petition the Orchard and farm, with 350 bearing : IB comprehensible, brut wby you should Good be' obuained flowing water. Price $250.00. '

railroads operating in Florida to con- orange trees; grapefruits, tangerines/ : sacrifice yourself when'you're pretend- 20 acres good high pine land on Or- == ,..
tinue the homeaeeker excursion rates satsumaa, naval'oranges; pear trees, I log to be looking for. fun. la beyond == -
lando marl road, three-fourths mile from city :::::
-A throughout the; year. , olives, .mulberries and nice, shade trees I me.The :::: limits. Price $350.00. ;' \
y That was a move intended to benefit around 5-room house; good water; 50 woman, who said that ber 'Idea .

t,J :every, portion of the state, not any par- acres; 7.acres in cultivation; 43 acres of a view perfect would life be from to be the asked social pointof E. SNAPSin Full section land 640 acres, three- -=.

,t Q titular county or section, and it was good timber; situated on the rock road I and to go nowhere doubtless gyeqwhere ::::. fourths mile from A. C. L. railway, 5 "miles"south 3 .

supposed the state press would take one mile from city limits, on. main road I. expressed the sentiments of thousands, == .of Kissimmee. Price $".00 per acre.
hold of the matter and exert Its best to si. Cloud. Price$4,000; liberal terms. U feel that -
I but why go anywhere you .
effort toward that end, but the supposition Arthur E. Donegan, Kissimmee, Fla. wayf E A building lot 150x150 on marl road few -
-- blocks from house. Price $150.00.
was evidently too violent, fur i I I court ::::
Court. -- -- -
said from the two big morning dailies for Sale. == .. Three-quarters of a block adjacent home :::; 'j I IE
regular term of the
and the Valley Gazette, not a newspaper Ten acres good trucking land adjoining of M r. S. H. Bullock. Price $J 000.00. ::; I
county court was in session Mondayand -
linn the -
printed a on subject,
6 under .
limits fenced acres
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110 far aa we have seen. Tuesday of this week. The docket plow city; flowing well. Price, $1,000. termsif == 5 acres plowed and fenced, ready for : 3

There is hardly a paper in the state was a light one, only twelve cases be- desired. We also have several tracts == Floridair I I cultivation, on which flowing well can be ==

..--that; has not found room to print col ing disposed of. Four plead guilty, I I for sale on terms, and can suit anyone I:M:::: found; four blocks west of court house. :::::

j urnna o( stuff about Pearyff|,and Cook, four were tried. and two cases were 'desiring 2-tf an excellent NELSON investment.REALTY Co. E Price 1500.00. == ..

Zelaya and Estrada and the death of continued.
E 80 acres good high! rolling pine land onE ==
I King Leopold, non'e of which, or al) put Fish and
hunting Parties Outfitted. Lands Shingle Creek 1 1-2 miles from city limits. ==
together; amount to a rap to.a man in Fresh fish and oysters every day in
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Price $10.00 acre.
Florida or enhances the welfare of our I{am prepared to outfit hunting par the week delivered to any part of the == per -

f state one particle; but when the subjectof ties with, bedding everything, provisions necessary, boats-ammunition and- city. Bearden building, 176.BASS. -E A nice residential building lot 50x150; ==

requesting the several railroads toy guides-at very reasonable rates. E good neighborhood. Price $Z5. ==
to call Old be- _ _J __ __ -------- -
"continue-: cheap-rates to ourstate-dunng g tWnt or onIHENRY- papers bought any:-:quantity ..
O'NEAL this office for 20C 100. The -
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the winter month .11I up for discussion, per very -
tf Rosalie Fla, on Kissimmee Kiver t thing/ to put under matting or carpet. '
the newspapers display a silence that is == Apply to owner. for terms, =-=

akin to the graveyard. -- -

fornia Cheap and excursions Texaa from are run all!into Western Cali- Arthur t.I: Done an)

states every two weeks in the year,and I. t J I-

they have been the means of making r .

those states the moat popnlous of any That: the best bodybuildingand
weat of the Mississippi, and would _

make Florida the most populous of all strengthening tonic for E. 3

I' the Southern state within five years' == .. ::::
time if they were. continued during the -- --
Delicate Children -
winter months, the\ very months when -- --

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, escape the intense cold. But these 1
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cheap excursions to Florida are discontinued -
1 in November and not' reestablished w Ymot I FOR 'SALE. '

until the winter tourist season is
i- Five hundred acres of land 18 miles
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northwest of Kissimmee, the Florida
The convention held in Jacksonville "My 9 year oU daughter was My two children,who
{ ,pie.aDd lied aP.pp.tit.. Ile and ailing,rapidly gained flesh eM Midland Railway, suitable for growing '
passed resolutions"requesting the railroads .... be Viaol and'. began to!strength when I began to gM tL.. oranges, peaches and garden truck; a1J)
'=' to re-establish: h those cheap rates thrive at once. Sbe mined rapidly VlnoL I proved that Vinol U a apian* under good fence, and Is surrounded by Portable : .

to this state at once, but up to the U weight, color SUM! strength."- did tonic for delicate cIdIcIna.Mn. ."- two clear water Jake.. There is a 10- -
time the railroads have not .WtL: CILMORC Dmmad",Mkk. Mr C.ALUM.New Bedford Maau, -
,_ present the with
acre orange grove on property
'complied with the request and not apaper Vinol builds up healthy flesh and makes thin,little limbs round I 2,000 boxeq'on the trees'which; will go ;

In the state, with the-exceptions and plump. Children love to take it. with the sale. .

noted above, has printed one word on We return people'* money wltboet qnevtfa U Vinol Also 60 acres of hammock land, which. < !(, ; I.
t- the subject, so far aa we have seen.. doss_not aaeempftwu we claim lor St. Try St.picas has water on three aides. '- Ire aces
-" Also a 7-room house practically new, ;
vjf the press of Florida would work asa of
ROBERSON'S PHARMACY Kissimmee directly on the bluff Lake Butler,one
unit for those thing that would benefit of the most beautiful\ and picturesque ,

Florida,-almost any=teaaonabll.concession spot This in Florida. be __..... ..........____---... T... -- __.. _
could be obtained from the railroad property can seen by goingon -
the Midland to Windemere.
I Railway
or other corporation, but if
For particulars as to prices, etc.,
the newspaper keep silent on every I write to or call on S. S. GRIFFIN,
question. that is not of purely local interest Cor. Orange and Center Ave, Orlando, ,
this tat* wIU ,be forced to wait Fla. 47-tf !

,twenty yean before it can take .Its Have you examined BOYD'S NEW. 1 j
:rightful place a* the most populous .
state In the South.Th t G. F' KRIE3E3SATTOBNEY i '. '
_' Valley Gasette tea.ndeavoredto GALVANIZED IRON PORTABLE FIREPLACES -
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do It* foil duty [to Florida In the past' ( .
Praetkw Cbvntt Ooort. Land Tltta* mm- "
and win continue to do 110 iD the future. Tks Wu ts'&tIoa AgtiealturoR P1 01 the II'LRt Industry: hILl I-.L'Dee be.TJ. 8. Department 01 ..W rtogtoB.D.C. It.. located in the awl AeknolmaaiiMBte takaa. : .....'
Gazette beast of the cttyan4..c0wae4.wa. JtOOFINO.. Tho GovernmentpXRQip i t '
k 'The Valley: acknowledge the alao_ fog rtablc barrack, warthouKeetc.. XtuetPAROlDPAK0IO ''
. x.,receipt of Invitation to'send a representative bennsa R fiD4a aoShfng.. ecoaomb1. ef w GAME LAW galvanized Iron and: come complete I : .' *',

to the first annual' convenUon ..,- to the ideal for bams, stable,aneda try house, .".... it M .ems fewruunrsatUTOMC
of the International League for wmiehoueee, -,eeoeaEq abl* for roofing l'eI4I &. Iti ...... w oe Iau. '" "; t J
peTmaaeiit, to easy to lay,to .park and dander: proof Mute.Ii: tonuini no .. ready. beset in the_ hou eAs, .
which will beheld .
Highway Improvement, and does in '. ,
tar,doe not ctack. not nm nmmer. j
i in Augustine on the '26th, and What"nod l'the' 00tenmeDt be "If'OOCII nI- It's. _toMoI till e.o.oe.... f 1 ";j
end .. ......cwu.... .' : '
,linnet" There,I* :nothing ,that will Call...ftwt MaWaM.. PAROID MIl nut w t rtlt isu Nat" ftfcpflft ... .ana* bosh.. Sfa."*ottaoeO . cheap as a .stove. and give you the t\ ., ,,M;
pOTiltry fivl 14arm Budding FliPfFrM WOT the ffVtipfi __Us tho Aektwd..s ... '', I"t-
d to populate 'Florida with the
more .. ... . \ ""
beat class of people than. a system offirstclasshighways .
W. B. MAKI.NSO.N. CO. KJssimmee-St. Cloud s <
the old
a and,w* .will I-takepleMur comfort'of style fireplace. 1\ :

in attending thl* convention If ...... "'
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w*" eau,0.bap.. our, business affair. '- /I'I'.V ', We have them t In: stock. Let us. show, -:
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A fellow down In Tampa says h* willguarantee j. '

- ten per,'cent on.mooeJ'tn.ted 4, TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 Q them to you.Osceola. '''::1oi \

'r '... ;with him. Why, up herhi .

'Kiwi. =.. a man'think v his money I ism t VIAAtlantic cd xrT '

,\, standing stlfl.if it.doe.!not. bring him in ".,. .]l- -. .. ._ '., .
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;r. ',. at,least,.thirty.percent., Coast Line"DIXIE d iz re r

Bank Officers Deded. .1

f.a At the annual meeting of the stockholder -' FLYER" "SEMINOLE LIMITED" fI1
of the Citizen's Bank of Klssim-' H 1 -!(

a 'nee, held at. 10 o'clock Tuesday mornIng "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED"; "MONTGOMERY ROUTE" U

: the old board of director were re 0 Hardware

instated and Mr. C. F. Hankey Vice .

'President of the tat National Bank 'ofFetoskey. Through Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. Louis, -

; Mich., and. Mr. John TrIce 4 If. A4 COMPANYu
'"V President: of.the-.LYtiteg9..-Bank and Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, -- .. -- M -t'\\

i 'Trust Coo of.Tampa were also added to Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham. o
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the boar The director: now are: ;.a to Z -g .

Arthur E:...Donegan,...H. _M. Pfann, C.
W.,Dann;,W H,'Norton,J. K..Hilliard; :CJN':: : ItN: G 0 .A.-e: SERVICE: :: : : a- p
J. A. Shear l
O. F. '
A./W..WInD., '
,T.,W:: Hill, John Trice and C. F. J-R.) W. S. HARWELL

BankeJ.. The same ,officers were re-' For information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent, or- DENTIST.Up.tatr.lo REAL- ESTATE

electee;'A.: E. Donegan, President. :q ,
'M. Pfann;. 1st'Vice*President, C. W. J. Q,. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, Katz Building. Notary Public at Large .
f President, and W.. H.jlOrtoofCubiera OFFIOJI: HOURS } Jft m. to> 12 m.
I I t. Dead, 2ndy1ce; Tampa, Flork to :30p.. m. Office over Xloberson' Pharmacy. ; .
{ '*:' : .. <> ._ '>; "' Telephone No. 76 Jun 6,lyr, KIS81>iMIE. 'LA. :- "

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TELEPHONE NO. ,to For Sale-yacant resident lots 60x150 CflurcbHOTICES V A F A > M ,;.,x. '.

on clayed street 175.00. H. M. Breaker JrLJt\XTJL .. '" .,.. ) .,"
PUBLISHED''' EVERY FRIDAYs ,,agent, 2-tf e. t' ..i.
1 -8Y--:: For Rent:-After Feb. let Fraternity i 'JCiio IIIFORMAT1011Services . .. (,.... "
SO' H Ile.t. Hall opera bocM will be for rent f ,/
Apply to the Trustees. 1-tf .. ,
.on Sunday, Jan. 16, i9100., ; 9.
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New hotel just opened at'DavenPort.aevent.en Sunday school at 10 a. mo" "!

miles south) of; Kissimmee. 11.a. m., preaching by the pastor; I I
Weather Report' Good hunting and fishing.v\. 3-tf .](t. Hosea 10:12. JI,
1 P.,tn., preaching by'the pastor. ,'
Serolnola Land Investment; Company .fo. cordial welcome U extended to a1J)
"" tock (St Cloud Colony) for sale. Raymond to attend these services., '
Followleg are the dally tem. ,. Moore,,Graystone Hotel. ,l-4t pd -
peraturel and precIpitation',
,. reported by the Government After N vember' 15th 'wood will' be Bro. Jons who is the newly appoint: ;

etatlon'at Klulmm for the ' $1.25 a stran delivered. ed pastor for the Kisslmmee .Circuit :
r Kissimmee Lumber Co.
I filled the pulpit on Sunday morning:' and
.. 'we&ending J..n. lit, 1910.
1 i' A ,preached. J. .very Interesting sermon. 9
person wanting a garden already Bro. Jones comes from the Texas conference -
acx .IK. airs made to hand can get the famous "Ro- He will preach at
tundo Model Truck Farm" from J.; M.
Friday , . . 70 54 .'.. Wllison.Jr. .2-tf Creek Sunday at 11 a. m. and.7 p. m.

Saturday, . . ... "
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i ,.. . ..,.._HSunday -- -:::::- JrMi-WilsortrJrrrl! >a 'orsale- the : ""The' Junior League recently l lected ,
"Model Truck Farm"
of D.
Monday . . . 68 47 . the farm that made Kissimmee Rotundb famousas the Meek following officers; Supt/let Mrs. R. .. 'I,
O. ; Pres.. Helen Bass; V. PI' .
Tueaday.. . ., .69 4.9 . a trucking center. 2-tf MattleBelfeHarris '
Ethel Roberson: 2nd V.-P., '/ ;. '.
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. 50 . 3rd V. P. Ethel Lee 4th . ,
Wedne 74 ; V. c '
.. day. Wanted ; "" .''':'1,1 6. \'
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Help aged womanor '
P. Henry Sinirletary, : Sec., MildredWinn :'.C, 1'1:1'' "" "fl
Tbureday :. . 72" 67 . girl 10 to 12 wanting a home will do Treas., Orphjea Rose. ,' '\ !\\', -: I "',
i well to write pie for particulars Mrs ; ". ,',? .I'j>

.war --. .--' -_.- -- A. S. Lenington Pine Castle, FI rida. .. II ,.
Oct. 22-tf. The W. H. M. S. will hold regular .
N1rVN" "' ''' monthly meeting next Wednesday afternoon ,
Paper Hanging.-If you want a neat ." . '. ... >II
job of paper hanging done drop a noticein .. .. '
mE IOCAI: fiELD. the postoffice for me. 1 have a fine --'
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line of New
York wall samples ,/
- paper Mrs. S. J. Lightsey of Bar visited ,' ..
which\I\ will be glad to show. '"
relatives here this week. '
2-tf JOHN G. HOWARD. Seventeen miles south of Kissimmee on, the

""""' -" '" Miss Lillian Holt of M'acon. Ga., Is the .
Messrs. J. L. Chandler Jas. A. guest of,her friend, idles Eloise Moon. Atlantic Coast Line ] .' 'i-v:
Wade, the tuner; Orlando. demons and R. D. Holmes were among, Railroud.. .. - - '
'. the gentlemen from Bassinger who ar The attraction of the. season, "Living
For Sale-Celery plants. D. Rbtundo. rived in the city on Sunday, the first Pictures,".at Fraternity opera house, Beautiful farms in the lake section .ofPolk::.

two named gentlemen serving. jurors, Jan. 28th.Youth ,
Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til- in the county court this week. They County. Lands productive and especially adapted""
ler. left for their home on Wednesday beauty and chivalry all interested

Large'. elk blotters lOc at this of- in the "Living Pictures," at the to citrus fruits and vegetables. V
't flee. tf Road Superintendent Gerald Ashtonis opera house, Jan. 28th. ,
4 now at work with the road gang filling -
See our line of "Ladies' and Misses' In the connecting link on the marl Tell your friends to tell their friends ,
Suits at Katz's. .. road from this city to the Orange county that they must all fee sure to see the ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS :
Pictures" Jan. 28th.
line, work on which was-suspended a
Checked apron gingham at Stanford few weeks to .gradft the new county FIVE-ACRE FARMS $125
ago ,
Co'.. for 6c per yard. road from here to Loughmari. -+ Mr. J. M. Chesnutt of Clinton, N. C., ". '.
has been spending a few days in the r

,. C.Great Stanford bargain Go's.In wash skirts at H. Mr. G. E. Tarbox and family of Spo- city greeting his many old friends. TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 60x150 FEET, $5O ; Ii : t

kane Wash., arrived in Kissimme Mr. O. H: Altred'and family of Cov- "

A lot of Misses' and Children's.Sweat some days ago to take up their residency ington, Ky., arrived on Tuesday and J: .. 'i

ers one-half price at Katz'i. residence. Mr. Tarbox and live h late purchased in the Car-anew will, make their home in Kissimmee.' No Chances; No Drawing ", ?'

Agency of the White .Star Laundryat son addition to which place he has Mr. E. A. Gilbert has returned home
the Home Store, Phone 164. moved his family and begun house- from two week's.visit with relativesand
keeping. friends at Tampa and Plant City. Select tract and hundreds of otliers" f.;
. your buy as -
shirt waist cut -
-.. -- See those lawn prices -- ... ----'-. .
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in half at H.: C.. Stanford Go's. The members of the vTnageTmprovement Misses Sarah and Rosa Rogero spent V 1"
... Society will give a reception to Wednesday and Thursday of la..t weekin are doing in this promising Colony.
Buy a nice residence lot 60x150 feet the visiting ladies in Kissimmee on Fri Orlando visiting relatives and friends. .
in Davenport. Terms to suit 3-tf day afternoon, Feb. 21st in the Gray- .
stone parlors from 3 to 6, to which all Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova and LARGE HOTEL WITH AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS, NOW OPEN.
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and ladies visiting in the city and those who childern have gone to Green Cove

- spectacles, see Dr. P. G. W hite. have lately moved here are most cor- Springs to spend' a couple of weeks For. further information. write_ to . ,
dially invited. with relatives. I Mr
For Rent.-Zoffice rooms in Frater-
nity Hall. Apply to C. W. Dann. Messrs.: F P. McAlister, S. W. Downing The American Woman's League will
T. N. thorpe and L. M. Kell of meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: at the '
.Dress gingham 6 to 12Jc at the old Christian church. Everyone cordially
Lakin. Kas., arrived in' {issimmee on
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. section with invited to attend. Co.
. Monday, to look over our. Development '
For Sale.Celery plants., Leave orders a i view to locating. As yet these gentlemen Mr. 12. H. Eggersplue, one of the pioneer i'
with Mrs. Regero at the'store. have not investigated conditions settlers of Kissirnmee, who now
e sufficiently to express an opinion, but lives in Milwaukee, Wis., is here to
For Sale-Residences. Good location, speak in very favorable terms of> our spend the winter. ,
.. good water. 48-tf G. F. PARKER. people and our climate.
.. Mr. Marcos Endel superintendent of
'"l-ARue serves only seal-shipped oys- Messrs. C. F. and V. L. Dibble of the insurance department in the DAVENPORT FLORIDA

V fcj-s. No melted ice to destroy theflavor. Alton Kas., arrived in the city on Knights of Pythias for this State was ..
Tuesday night, their intention being to in the city Monday., arId Tuesday. t

Use Plank Chill Tonic. Guaran- purchase make their a section home In of future land, and on which are busIly to- "Meadow Brook'1 Farm, a beautiful Reception to Visiting Ladies.The .
teed. Price 1& cents. Sold u117.8 by engaged looking over our country. pastoral play, was presented by a ladies of S3.OOO BUYS.k
the Methodist
druggists. church
kind to that reading audience
They were enough say strong company to a large at
For Sale-Mullens steel launch, 8h. p. the Valley Gazette is what induced the opera house last,Friday night entertained the newcomers to town verydelightfully

engine; will .eat about six people. them'' to come here. Mr. 'Albert Pechin of Wichita Kansas on Friday afternoon at the

;.tt 'K P. Dann. Mr. Jas. ,R. Powell, who has been has rented 'the Beaman building on home of.Mr.. J.; Z. Roberson, the special D. Rotundo's "model truck farm" in 'perfect condition two flowing 1

. Buy a 6-acre farm from the Davenport recommended by the citizens of St Broadway next to Rotundo's fruit store hostesses being Mrs. L. H. Ingram _
Colony Company, seventeen miles Cloud for appointment as Justice of the and is putting Jn A stock of new and and Mrs. Roberson who were assisted wells;; new' six-room dwelling barn, stable tool house. 1
south of Kissimmee. 3-tf Peace in that district was in the city second band furniture. hi receiving theguests by I ; ; ;' ,",;: :": l.. <
various members -
/, Go to H. C. Stanford Co'. department Tuesday to make He arrangements reports St for Cloud hisappointment Mr. and Mrs. Vedder J. Lasher and of .Missionary Society. A I . The growingcropi. .of.celery, I ,,:'jlettuce., cabbage,"'ontotls| 'and other<

,,','1, stor They''are the originators still growing at a rapid rate, and that Mrs. Ely ()f Johnstown) N. Y., arrived pleasant hour was spent In the ladies Vegetables> will pay one-third:' of price'aaked.( 'i .
in Kissimmee. this week to the winter in Kis- ,
low spend |
prices '
'4II."of people all from Illinois arrived each araaMdes raahal m gae '
sixty-six meeting other during which timean '--r..v in emow o 1 ; -
and haw Secured
simrnee with
'i-- rooms '
.' "- Seminole Land A Investment Company therein one day last week. .- Mrs. D. P. Graham interesting program: was rendered, \:'Owner's'reas6gforsel11ng1sttisecuretlarger' : tract 0 trucklnr,7,

stock (SC Cloud Colony) for sale. Raymond Mr. and Mrs.- Hunter Marshall of consisting of music and readings. Delicious f- ,1-- "
Moore Graystone Hotel.-,)4t pd Mrs. Colwell! Cullonfof' Bate burg, S. land more'extensive, operations. '
Charlottesville Va.. arrived in the city fruit salad and cake'was served ,
C. has been the of Mrs N. C.
and guest po "
this week to spend the winter,
._ For 8al.-Lot of fine celery and lettuce have taken rooms at Col. J. L. Moon' Bryan this week. Mrs. Cullom was by several' young girls. A register was
plants at the Model Farm, just Mr. and Mrs. Marshall have been readIng formerly Miss Timmerman and will be taken .f the visitors, which was as follows 'V V'V i mI
across the railroad from the Inn. the Valley Gazette for' the past pleasantly. remembered by Kissimmee : 14... Lettie P. Boyd Illinois; i ,V V .

} Land A Investment Company I several weeks, and have come to verifyits people HI& a former music teacher in our Miss Grace Hays, Ohio; Mrs. O. E. .:" ". . 'r "

stock(St. Cloud Colony) for sale.- Ray- statements as to our delightful I Wehr, Indiana; Mrs. R.' P. Hudson, "

t mond Moore Graystone Hotel. lot pd winter climate. Punta Gorda was visited by a disastrous , Tennesee; Mrs O. A. Nash, Mrs. C. K I ; I: <: ,:' BARGAINS. .IN HOUSES. .. ';. "':t \:.k A' .' "}
fire last Monday- morning in I "
t Mr. W. A. Smith and his mother of Hendrix Michigan;Mrs. Christine Marshall .' rn
\ Seminole Land&: Investment Company which seven buildings were destroyed, I "V '
1 stock (St. Cloud Colony) forsale. Raymond Guy ton. Ga., have been spending sometime entailing a loss of over $20,000. The ;,Mrs. J. F. Summy, Mrs. J: E;, Corner'lot.) and 2 room-house. . .. .....,. ...,..,... $160 ,''',..,;'.i'' J
Moor. Graystone Hotel. l-4t pd in the city. pure the Gray Herald of that place displayed an unusual -I Davis,Mrs. M. M. Bom, Pennsylvania' ; ." .. : ,C .,? \ '.<
stone. They: have : .a lot in amount or Acre lo(..aridaioorrthose .... ..... .... "
\ For Sale-One of the beat oiangpgrovse the O'Neal 4 Osborn addition and are I by"Jssulng a special newspaper edition enterprise giving a' Mrs. J. L. Hays, Mrs F. P. Windle i a.L, + .,4.v. $25Ov! : \ ., \. r-

in Florida. 80 acres land, 700 having' a nice residence'Dnllt. thereon full: account of the firs shortly after it Mrs. W. Young Mrs. Jessie Belt, I i' Cottage. ..S 'roomsflowing well..,.".. ,,,,,..,r$600': '":,J7i".. "
their ;
j trees; house best water no better loca and expect to make Kissimrnee happened. Mrs. S. S. Snyder?, Ohio; Mrs. F. C.1; " ",

tloo..s-tf G. F. PARKMU permanent assistant cashier borne of Mr.the Smith new Cltaeas'Bank will. be Capt. Moses Folsom of the .National, Cunningham, Mrs. J.,F. Burch, Mrs. New cottage 6\ 'rooms, deepwell.M* { 0C?'!: i 4r'.J' ''f'f" :

For SaleA"nice 6 room cottage with* the building for which Is nowIng \ ft>- Tribune.Washington D. C., came down Jacob Miller, |Mrs. 'Octavia' Webking, Cottage of 7 rooms, 5 fireplaces' good1galden.I f 1500*; '
41 In three blocks poetofflce; best neighborhood up. some days ago'to assist In launching the Mrs.,J. E. Leekley Illinois;,Mrs. R. E. ;
., fine shrubbery in yard, ap Ideal .,.
St. Cloud Tribune tbe new colony Douglas, Florida Mrs. Andrew Harris, .
to home, 11. M. Breaker agent 2-tf Dr. J. C. Moor, pharmacist of the paper which Is expected to make Its '. :..: ","'
Mrs. S. A. Frisbee Iowa Mrs. J. W.Band. J
Osceola in this will t
Pharmacy opena '
'"R,: FOR SALE L a4P. Jo'our acre orange drag store at 8t Cloud about Febru- material appearance now..bortl being)'.! To installed machinery in i and this lira. ,H. W. Arnold Georgia; J. M. : : R 1: f.t a 4' "
"i' grove' good 7-room house and Other ary let and will more than. likely do a new building which was erected 1 for Mrs: J. H.'Hudson Nebraska; Mrs.. E.' JR..; .IDSa. .ace
buildings. good artesianjirSJrin Kissim business, or advanced '
. good as persons that purpose some time ago. AL. Bline Mrs J.. W. Dumm, Kansas; } "
", mew. Apply to .L.:'E..LumsSJ.i i as are the old soldiers of the oolong -
,l 'P. rn. 1'1a.'J I age, require more drugs than do the Mr. Carl F. White, a member of the Mrs. M. J..,Fink?Miss Vergis, Stevens,' KISSIMMEE. ,' ,FLORIDA.', *.-J

containing a younger folks, and Dr.'Moore's reputation editorial staff of the Kansas City Journal Indiana '" n'
For Sale-145 acres, few in thi.week.t.leavlnl' ---- :
spent our
{ storehouse as a pharmacist will install confidante city ) .
" .. nine-room dwelling two-story for his homeon c :
in those desiring goods such as Thursday ,
; > and barn-good land located on sold in store.Mr. Mr. White expressed himself on hlf departure ;\ '
are a -
at 91000.JS..LoviXB88TUsslmmee FOR .SALE !
railroad.. A big bargain in such commendatory termsof Sint: ; t : '
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: : '. E. W. Bowen of Delphi} Ind. our town that would not be surprising i, -. Why Ray : 6 #;
For Sale.. -20 acres ot land with 800 wbo purchased a large tract of .land at if he were to make Kissimmee: 23,000 of TimberLand > .'
_Maring orange trees. Average crop Fort Gardner-some months ago, arrived' his horn before the year closes. acres .
H I 800 to 1000 boxes. PrIce $ ,500. Wifi this week to begin work developing his railroad. "

sell or exchange, for. Imlerplace. property.; His nephew Mr.D. P. Mike- As an evidence of the superiority of .)30,000 'acres of Phos- ,Hundred When You: Can + :;:
P. G.'WH1TK sel of the same place preceded Mr. the roads in this section Mr. C. W. ,
1-tf. Klpimm.iia.;; Bowen here and has been at. work Ward left Kissimmee with a party offiveinThis phate Land. '

"----" -- --" .. Lost-A blue 'and brownspeckledpointer driving with* foree wells.ofJiands-for-severaUdaya and securing' lumber with .Thursday E-M-F morning 80 h. pcarat and went 9.30o'clock as '29 500 acres or Pasture Buy the' Best for 0 .,'?:! :: ::t

bitch between Baslnger and which to build houses. Mr. Bowen will far north. Sanford, taking in the celery Land. : ;
Whittier, leather eollar with metal fields and other sights around that
begin this spring experimenting In 't ;
plate on which is the name of W. F. growing stock feeds, and if he finds his thriving town and returned to Kissim 50,000 acres of Virgin '{ ,: '.

'I Coachman Jacksonville, Fla. Finder lands adapted for this purpose will bringin mee in time for the midday lunch, the Timber on railroad. -Seven Fifty ? '? :: : ,
I will pe suitably rewarded. Notify a lot of blooded cattle and establish distance traveled being about ninety :': I!
Valley Gazette. tf miles. The automobile has certainlycome 24.000 acres turpentine
a ranch on the most modem and ap- T. .
r contractorsand proved style. .to stay. lands 80 acres with !I, 't
Perry &: Arneld, general '; tt.
builders of Atlanta Ga., have located Hon. H. Clay Crawford of Tallahassee Mr. W. S. Alyea returned to Kissim 10 acres bearing orange
In Ki are at presenterecting Grand Chancellor of the Order of mee on Monday, after a visit of three 1760 acr/ss adjoining and near Kissimmee",on, -
.... a cottage for Mr. J. L.; Moon 11 Knights of Pythiss for the Grand Do- weeks with his family at Atchlson.Kas. crore. 3 ',
pv I I good roads in the '
"' to his residence. They will bej.main' of Florida, made an official.visita- 'Mr. Alyea says the people in 19 acres in city ,limits flowing well ,.district.; Titles
d to with who eontem- Kansas 1 Inch ice . _.' ,,,, "
figure anyone [ tlonSo Friendship Lodge last JWedneSr were putting away perfect at SEVEN4FIFTY' acre.-" --- :' '++ ,
L' '_ ).tes-bunding, and guarantee thorough*day evening. Mr. Crawford was introduced when he-left/; and the' thermometer good house and outbuildIngs -* per .

I manship. 3tf.rida to the Jodge by Col. W. J. Sears averaged about ten degrees below zero. with 3 acre of bearing Why buy wild land when your can;'by.the best, 7
Carleton Maste at Arm. in a few well A big deal in-real estate necessitated '
j 1 I Colony on-Comrades Lake Loyal., come Have to been i i acting chosen words, and made} a most eloquent Mr. Alyea's return sooner than he desired orange grove, IS acres improved farm in Osceola county for Jess_raouey6O ?;,.;, u' ;
here 21 years.-' Highest and healthiest'.aidress: using for his theme the beautiful and.whlcb. -expects to consu- tine truck laud, with artesian acres with stock; tools poultry 'gt1eJ3.a i
In few all
spot In Florida Purest of water. No teachings of the order; after which mate a days.__ ___ well that flows Over ,. '
malaria or bronchial trouble. All yeget- a light collation was served. Grand Cafe for Sale. Terms liberal {
able.s grew; two gardens a .ye r. FIahand 'Chancellor Crawford will visit a number 100 gallons per minute. ..
game. Just the place for old nt.a. of other lodges In this section l of I The only cafe in Klssimme FILe for d live on their Boardcreeason-KJthe state before retaining to Tallahas- sale. Up-to-date and a money'malcer.Will For Information write "
blizzards of the North. fee, and left yesterday for Bartow, consider good team of mules or R
able. Stamp for reply., 6. C. Smith where he has an engagement to meet horses in part payment.. Truck farmto L. A. MINX & CO. W. L. VAN D'lJ 6E fI i ,

. Carleton, Putnam county, Fla. 3tpd the local lodge tonight : look after. W. J. LxRUE KWSHtMEE, :, FLORIDA. .. ,/, .

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'V M YEARSOfSUCCBSI Six hundred.. acre muck, hamMockand R .S FLOYD 1: : I ,
;.r : pine land Belt f
lying along Sugar f
; '$ railroad..about three miles from Kis- ,! ,
/: !\. y' Occeoia ,Pharmacy: Of) fers,a Remedy immee,also on dirt road to Sir Cloud. I l I )0; -St Cloud Colony Stock.t ,

, .... for Catarrh.. The Medicine,Costs sell Good.M buildings-whole or and will mall cut up grove.into tracts Will ,; SELLS-:THE BEST AND "' 1"' .. _

Nothing if It Fails., of fifty or one hundred acres with lake I' . ,a I- -' '/\ -

4'r k I.I. ,.,.,... t and For railroad further fronts.particulars'writ* or call ..a PUREST : I . .

When mediclue! effects a successful on Rull Baas,--Kigslmmee.PlA.. \: ,-10 .:,-
treatment in a very large majority of I : ; "": I(<, -Semlttole Land iil1'd'Investment .') .'
c.,..*, and when we offer that medicine for Sale. T" GROCERIES : II. ,
i .on our.own personal guarantee that it Orchard and fa ,'Wlili350 bearing:\ "* '.
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will nothing not orange trees; grapefruit, tangerines, Company) in lots
completely relieve catarrh. it'll' only sataumas, naval trees, &" ,
oranges pear
ff reasonable that peOple. should. believe olives, mulberries and nice shade trees 1And .
us. or at least put our claim to a practical I 60. i ij from Ten Thousand. : *
", test when the .tike all the "risk.These .' ,acres arptind: 7 6-rooKp acres in house cultivation; good ;water 43 acresg ; Delivers Them Free 1 Fifty,to ,\ ; .. : ;

Are fact.which we want all the <**i timber; situated on the rock road ,
,l .I people to-substantiate., We want them .\>ne I mile from city limits, on'main roadto j . Dollars. for sale, or will .exchange :
' to.try Rexall Mucu-Tone, a medicine St. Cloud. Price$4,000 I));liberal terms .' Klssimmee ,
/ -,. prepared from a prescription of a phy. Arthur E. Donegan, .Kissimmoe, l<:Il.! I Old Stand, North .
sician with whom catarrh wan a spec -- ---- --" togetherjjwith: "
same .:
"+ -,..(". ialty and who has a record of thirty Hunting' Parties Outfitted. .
'year* of enviable to his ---- -- --
success record. -
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x -= :...,h .'-L..IN'..1"eeeivre"good" o rte_bout'. 11 rt'pertrl-to-dutaitt--stunting-pa'-; Market cash ..
r Rexall Mucu-Ton than we do about all I ties with everything neccBsary-ammunition New :e .t an equal amount" of for
'' other catarrh remedies solil in our store, bedding, provisions boats and' i iI
f' ''and if more people only knew what a guides-at very reasonable r tls.
a I thoroughly dependable remedy Rexall | | or call'Ion I.. N'ew York Avenue, Opposite the Bank.'FirstClass I good real estate ill.this lo- ,
la, it would be the only catarrh ' I HENRY O'NfcAi,. I r I .
for remedy we would have any demand tf 'Rosalie. Fla, on Kissimmee Kivcr. I Meat Cutter .in Attendance.; Beef, cality. ' i

Rexall Mucu-Tone Is quickly absorbed fish and Oysters. Fresh'Pork and Mutton Always on Hand.
and by its therapeutic effect tends to Fresh fish tend oysters very: .day iutho 'I
.1 l disinfect and dense the .entire mere- ",week delivers! ] of the Fo'r'further particulars-
tract, to destroy and .
''the remove city. lieanlcn building, (phone 170. ..,
parasites whidiJnjure the mein- BASS. .
"XSuj '\ 'braneouB tissues to soothe the Irritation CHAS...., i, ST .CLOUU' address .
-'-'- ----- PADGETT & TINDALL
arid heal the soreness, -stop the : FLORIUA
f mucus discharge,build up strong,healthy Preaching at St. Cloud I
tissue and relieve the blood and system Sunday school eveit'Sundayat 9:30 ------ - -- ---- --- -- ------- -- - .%
of diseased matter. Its influence ia reaching first 'and third Sundays -
toward stimulating the mucoiCells. aid- ttt l 6.45 p. ,m., second f Raymond Moore
ing-digestion and improving nui'rltion and fourth Sundays at 3 p. m. \t .
*-"*--r'-tintil' the whole body vibrates withhealthy ... .
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activity In a comparatively
short time it brings about a noticeublu Notice," of Final] Settlement and
it"-, gain in weight; strength, good color and Graystone Hotel KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
feeling of buoyancy. Application for )i CI\rge.! \ IlfAl'LLOODS''
We urge you to try Rexall Mucu- ,
TO AM.MIOM II' MAY IMINTKKX( -- --- ------ ------- - ------------
.e Tone beginning a treatment today. At ,
Not lcelehrr 1 ifivpn Dial uiwlvrmimed
' any time you are not satisfied, simply ,,
afl im r<]tnii ArIrn M. Lts minor will on Mon-
) come and tell us. and we will quickly ) :
,. ,dry thr I"Hi day of .lime. A. D. I''lil.' nt 10 OCOCOCOCCOOOOQQCaocKMOOCKMKMOQOCOQCCOOO(
return without
your money question or I
r;j '" ? quibble. We have Rexall))', MucuTonein o""k.B. in.. |rfM'iil my Innl.rt'lKTt for cnnfirmnllon 6' C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD S. L, LUPFER.
in tinComity Judiri- olllrv In OHCHoln g FOR p.td1lOt Vloe-Pruident.
two sizes: 60 cents and $1.00. Remember 0 s.1&rF
Coil nty, Klurliln mill' will HHiljr] to wild .
Rexall Remedies
you can ,
IVmrl for iliwlmrgu HI imKnllHli.of said
in Kissimmee only at our IItore-
The minor. ./""" M. Lit a. i r
Rexall Store. Osceola
Pharmacy. MEN
'iH.I iniulily' (ItiunllHli ,8 KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

Cafe for Sale. ,

The only cafe in Kissimmee, Fla., for g; : WOMEN. S -- I .
sale. Up-to-date and a money maker. I ._
Will consider good team of mules or J -- "
\ horses: in part payment. Truck farm. ; CHILDREN. ,1 !
Ito look after...-,--,--VI.-J.-LAJW Eo -P"ugh and Dressed


l'' wewlll ship In,.order same day ... nrolved
, TESTED BEEIJH ONLY -HiwolmlzltiK, In REPAIRERJ..Sharpe '
},d IIIIRPEE'S'Thereda1hetlrox' 69 69 HOUSE BILLS'A
R WALTON SEED CO..7 Ocean St ...c.......- 69 SPECIALTY.
f 4' vlllo, Florida. s AT .COO CI aoooooooooooocc ClDOOOOOOoooOOOOOOCMC
1' ultry 8uppU.... "em"" "., 11I.U"Id.. ) >ii Write 0.. _

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soy : 'J .Plant. For Superior Wood's. Crops-Seeds-- DEALERS IN & Co. i L'KatVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Zg1 :I St. Coud INFORMATION Real! -AND-Estate. BUREAU Exchange i iI : ;

*ood's 30th Annual Seed Book I

'A {t.ODe of the most;useful and tomI Staple and Fancy:Groceries + A. E. DROUGHTNotary .
lete aeed Issaed. It
|> catalogue
I gives) practical information about Public State at Large St. Cloud, Florida .

;' U s)beet and meet profitable seeds AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
to plant lori : Reoresents the leading Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Go's.

;' The Market Grower KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA NORTH 1 PHONE NO. Taxes Paid Rents Collected i I
Indemnity Bonds .
The Private Gardener 81
r : Legal drawn., Deeds recordedTitles i
'," The Farmer .. PHONE 176 : papers .
f" examined-and reported on Abstracts furnished .
Woods Seeds are grown and C. W.:: Griffin Agent for Crenshaw Bros., Seed Company, "

1, y elected with special reference to = 2 Buy your, seeds from, an old established! Florida firm. '*' Z
the soils and climate of the South '
,,.' bct..ery southern platershouidf i BASS & PORTER a. Kissimmee offices l in the Fell Bid. in charge of Capt. H. M. Breaker. .

.ba hare rally Woods posted Seed M to the Book best so eeeda aa to DEALERS INfoucyQOrocerles Fancy Family Groceries :............ *............

lor southern growing. Mailed free -
on request .Write for It. Grain, Fresh Meats.
and] Feed of All = BUDDED TREES I
.. ,,:T. We WOOD ft SONS, Kinds.We I Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited.
..........., ..RIohmondL Va. L. J ISLESWORTH NURSERIES
''' Wear*..............ter Country solicit Produce part of your Hides trade.and Fun enar>lkd ........Clever S. tt..d Po- bought and IIOld.KISSIMMEE. We have ready for Fall and Winter planting a general assortment of Orange
4i -...-Seed o.ta, OowmHfmrm Pee. and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varieties. Our trees are budded on rood,
r 5Ourdo! ---sod..... FLORIDA. healthy rough Lemon and Sour Orange roots, guaranteed tree from inseot
pests of any Kind. All budded from bearing-trees In our Kroyes and therefore
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._ .. .. PHONK dl.w. true to name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock, are second to nose
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it ysLam and our ren are as fine a* money and twenty years" experience can produce.
We are making a specialty this season of the famous California Valencia
I IN C. a -' s ,Lake. which is destined to become the greatest money-maker In Florida. 9ur
BASS 'Valencia bud come direct from the best bearing trees in the district oowtfam-
:O..l.. l 1': San Juan Garage ous for producing the best Valencia la California., .

... .tfci" Wholesale and Retail Write for prices fo :J. W. BOARD GOTHA, Fitv or oall' and see our
,:- .. Dealer in Nurseries" at Waco on Florida Midland Railroad. .

C. A..OAaoi, .President.. N. C. BRYAN, BKOBXTASY

L._01 paiQ ... f Fresh Beef; Port and I Company :

"' cI n : The Waters Carson '
I'1cotw.Iet tIa
Rm d at Mutton
tenmalaa.. pone is ta I i": ORLANDO FLORIDA.
,'caw. tit a foe' a atf ', t t "
J' CompanyWholesale
PHONE 4-\ Grocery

f ':RiEGAL. . e ;Z We are the agents for E. M. F'S .

1' .SHf ,&S.. Ill, i' and Flanders 20 Automobiles and S and Retail Dealers in- -

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-I' """ t.., .. S; wilt be able to make deliveries on GROCERIES.s "I
Ie lie......aM.............

t, ,tia'"IIIa'N- ,v i.'Rg4_ ---a..I.'. .' .'I. r- I :S these cars-reports to the. contrary 1

..."....... we 4T. notwithstanding. ._ I 1-4
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,..dso. ; IKissimmee /

i .. I" HAY HIDES .. .
$50e.4 ..

;$500I J 17.H ST.50 Wagon WorksOPPOSITE SHINGLES AND

t Who sells furniture at retail the ORANGE WRAPS - .
price\ of a pansl back dining chair Under New Management With Enorough Experience and U-to-"Date h
rte. lice this, made of qaarter-eawed VEGETABLE CRATE COUNTRY stir..,
Blacksmith] Wheelwright] ( and Horseshoer.
r coldeaoak highly-finished' ,wlih .
_... Weonertheseatthis, '.
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prtoe tor *,d"Ume0D17 .
M' i TbT special..imaoerlgh-ba every we./ All&Kinds, Blacksmith Wheelwright] Work and Horseshoeinga ;.. /
and sold Clroct. M you trout Gel Specialty.
C.d4NN factorCENO/. 'vie sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. t tWe
t.. : os TOW oapOLTODAT; ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SATISFY. : give.. special. attention to fitting out 'hunting and camping '
t..1I\JW..4\ aswofp..lfi0,. bIS ** -- parties. <" '> >- .- f- ''J' -v, .. 1. :

Free delivery in city limits. Phone Nb".iIS. ... .
'f Solicit Your Trade and yL l
:. Florida Chair ;
?- L e, I aory WHI.TrotTo.Rtakt: J. C GRIFFIN I I SL.we are county agents for gqpd fertilizers. Ask 'us tot circular .

!'s4\ e, '.,A ) ... JACbonvU1e. ,and prices on fertilizers. '" .J" '. j'


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See 'Our Goods Everybody. la KUslntnoo. !. EHgible. .. farm in Prosper Colony

Old Middle people age stooped courageously with suffering fighting and lot 60xl2O 'feet in Taft $ V,, '
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And get prices before buying. We *are Youth protesting impatiently; : .
All in from their ,
misery kidneys
the Originators of tow: Prices Only a little backache first. ..; .' cre. farm In Kissimmee City ;
Comes when catch a cold. *'.:- ., , ..
.' in. Kissimmee. .. : 1I' Or when you you strain the back.' oW: $3OO.. ." (" .' . ..': .....'.............,.,
\ ;: Many complications follow. ;
disorders, diabetes.,. Bright' : ,
Urinary t I.
disease to ...: : I. .
WE SELL 'Doan's Kidney Pills cure backache. ,"II. .. _
t Cure form of kidney ills. I Tracts; Timber Lands Farm ,
Apron Checks its . ... . .... .. .... ..6 to lOc per yd . Mrs every Sarah. E. Rexford Klssimmee, Colony and Qrange Groves ,
Dress air:........ ... ........ .7 to 124c per yd El*:', says: "Ouf little daughter'suffered .' ,
40-in.,Unbleached Sheeting at.. .. ... .... .. Tie per yd .. "from a kidney! weakness for four. "
Shirting Calico at ... . .'.'. .. ... .. ...5 to 7c per yd years. She seemed to have' no control ,,"
Quilt Lining at. ... ...... .... . .. ..... ... ..5c per yd . over the kidney secretions, ajid this ADDRESSWtfAND ,
#est Calico. .. ... .. .. ".',' ." '.6| to 7c per yd weakness was especially bothersome at
. . . 76c We consulted doctors regardingher
Dress Goods from MK to pet yd night. :
Poplar Cloth asBorte cobra'at ,1 .250 per yd . case and tried ma y rernedies but T r rKISSIMMEE.
''Chectr'Hornespun-at'. .. .. . .. .". .. . 6 to8 f )e..ydOuting -- -.- nothing'"broughf'any satisfactory result Ufl R r
Flannel .. .*'. . .T.,..._ .. 7 to lOeper yd . *. Recently we learned of Doaa'i.
Elegant Line Curtain Goods . .. . .::. . . . ,7 tozb Kidney Pills and procured a box from .
Elegant Line Serpentine Crepe at .. .20 to 26c per.yd....... the KiBsimmed Drug Co. I gave themto FLORIDA I 'i'.,' '
Table,Linen . .- . ,. . . .. . . ..35c to $1 per yd the child as directed, and they gave .
Best Galatier Cloth at. . .. . . '.. .. ... . 15c per yd the relief for which they had BO long ..
Table Felt, 64-in. at .. . . ..'. .... .. .. 66c per yd sought. Our daughter now has no .
Table Oil Cloth at... . .... . ..'. . . .25c per yd 'trouble with\ her: kidneys whatever. We -- *
Linen Crash at .. .. .. ...... .10 to 15 per yd are very jrraLoful 1 for the benefit Doan's --
Cotton Crash ... . . . ..... .. .. .. .5 to 8. per yd KidheyTfflshave. brought" ..
The Famous Rub Dry towel at ... ... .. . ..35c to 75c For"Sale by all dealers. Price 50 -
Ladies' Shirt Waists . . .... .. . ... .. . roc up cents. Foster-Milburn. Co., Buffalo .......... ............4 '
Ladies' Wrappers .. . ....... ... ... ..65c up N. Y., sole"agents for the UnitedStates. : -
Ladies' Skirts .. ... . . . .. . 95c to 910 each v I
Ladies' Petticoats .... . . . ... .. . 60c to $8 each Remember the "Yiame-Doan's-and tS-ASH O RS--: '
Ladies' Raincoats.. .. . ..:. .. .... . .$r> up take,no other. ..... ,
Ladies' Coat Suits .. .. .. ... ... .... .. .. .. .$9 up ... : .
Ladies' Vests . ,. . ... . .. . 10 to 50c .. .' ,
Ladies' Kimonas . .. . 25c to '1.50 each I For ,Sale. '--.... ,t -)- 0 -- -
Pure Linen Laces : K" ......... ......5t 25c : 0 ::
12 doz. Buttons for . . . . ..... .. ...6c6c Ten- acres limits good, tru . ., . . city ;
Gold Eye Needles, per plow; flowing well. Price, $1,000terms .
Ladies' and Sweaters pular'prices. \
Coats if desired. We also have several tracts -
Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices. fer sale on'terms and can suit anyone x 0 '
A beautiful Line of Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc. desiring an excellent investment. 1I &
Above have on a very few I items in our >isi
we given you prices 2-tf NELSON REALTY Co.
immense and well selected stock. -- "?, ----

Yours for good goods and low prices, 't Old papers be bought in any quantity Co. ,
I W.MiJkinson. z ,
at this office for 20c per 100. The very i,..
: thing to put under matting or carpet.

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A.euec-,ikif.1 dk lkik i1.lLaec KISSIMMEE. FLA. .
iron Beds Chairs Matrasses Rugs
[ IDEAL FERTILIZERS On Luke Tolu>|x>kallra| I ,
Hunting, Kishintr, Scooting\ ,
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HatltiflK, Golf TentiU, K wi ;
4 I'rickt'l. C'lotk Golf, Baseball), i ivl
BEsT lAND, CHEAPEST r 0 Trap bhootma % j i Stoves and House '

_ 0 3 $15 Terms to 921: $|per J..r>

SPRING FERTILIZING FOR PROFIT. To Come Our ''Frlenus and try: a meal at the i (Goods __- 0"
4 I hotel. Single meals 50c; 21 / ,
The new edition of our Spring Citrus Booklet Is ready for dies 4 meal tickets $]0. Rooms 91 per

tribution.\ If you will read it carefully you will understand the prin. 4 day .

.1 ciples which underlie.oiir urging early spring application, and! If you Rooms In The Inn annex for '- ... fl.t'
are not alrea.dyan advocate of this method It will doubUess iucresse rent for 50c and 75c per nlpht

the productiveness Our booklet entitled your HOW trees TO many BEGIN per cent.AN ORANGE GROVE tII month.Special rates by the weeK or We Have Large Stock of. 'Above and PRICES ARE RIGHT ........

J meets the aporovaUof many experlenoed people. It Is. invaluable to tII "
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Write us your requirements or call on our agent H. W. THURMAN,
PROPB1BT08. Just Received Carload of Lime


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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer JKgaSn'j Sprigg FlemingCLEANING i
Building Material t of All KindsFIGURE
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THE H. DYEING i* ..'. :

.a, ,W. .B :DREW. ., REPAIRINGLeave : : \

word at' my house and clothe j lo"W. B. MAKINSONCOE'
will be called lor and returned. 1!'ll
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45-49 W. BAY ST., JACKSON' \\rE. FLA. Christmas PhotographsHave .

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Christmas.Good Work assured. I : ..... ." : .:,'

1HE Everything the Stenographerand J. F. BROWN, PhotographerOKEECHOBEE PAINTS r {. .. ROOFINGCHAMBERLAIN'S ', ,

LARGESTAND Office Worker. OPPOSITE OftAYSTONE-HOUSE N........... .1_....... . .. .

Tell us what you need in Special Ruled Blank Call on Phone 181, Ktsslnamee, Fla. "
Books. We have'them in Stock or Make Themto Kodak Films developed promptly.
MOST Order. Prices reasonable.d . ,(.
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STOCK Business and Fancy Stationery, Artists' Sup-
plies, Toys Sporting Goods, Printing, BINDING t SALTED i ii ,
THE : and Money; J I l. i ALLIGATOR HIDES !i .

SOUTH T Established, Over Half a Century' BOUGHT BY THE

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to .i'i ,<,,
Writ. for, our Catabau. Tth -
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kindi and.!_of Uid a want.a.

I' E.: L. Lesley Mercantile Co. |: Waters & Carson Gro. Co. | SUREAFEPLEASANT TO. TAKE" "., i in irt
i I OUR AQBNTSE. i __ .;.. ..."f"I<, .

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T FLORIDA. 1Fl +MR A. ChamberJafu'. child. I
ST. CLOUD ..., Couch Youcanaf.opthat ouchMotheraofei Upr
=-= RemedJ'Deverdiaappointa !injr br usinr Ch.mberrea. should always keep a t.
I tho.ewhoweitforob.tiJam'.CouchRemed,. It bottle of''Chamberlain'* ... r I'
THE NEW COLONY STORE Z nate coughs, colds or: itrirelieve.the lung,aids exCouIrh Remedy handy.>.It I, 1,
h .0- tation of the throat and pectoration ana effects a will save many'anxious \
lungs. First dose. relieves. prompt, permanent cure. nights -children like it.
Gents .
S) plo and Fancy Groceries, Shoes, '
1' Sislilngs, Kitchemvare, Glass and China- i '

," '.... ut Lowest Prices.! Confections, Cigars 5Oc. For Sale Everywhere
,J tOt 0 25c:, $1.00 $$1.00 I SOc, 25c.
and Tobacco. Oils and Gasoline. ..

Saves you money. on everything you want. See. our 0 -.'
goods before buying elsewhere. 0 \ .. .- ,
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'O Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It is strictly Fireproof P. DANN

". t::4., ,'C:o004000O0O000000OiOi44O000) Special prices., I 'to 0:! Gray Motor AGENT FOR Co., We Do the' Best :Printing! g.oo'i: !

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GENERAL: : DIRECTORY: KILLED THE COBRA.Methods I and tbe superstitious. SpunlurdN !iw.nv switches ana orner signs or business 1. ::1

ed that Menus bad Invested his weapon enterprise. No less are they Impressed : s.BULLOCK \
by the atmosphere of home In the reslt
with magical qualities. To direst -
of a Moifgoos In Attaok'.igtK :
Of the Churches and Fraternal Sod- .. Big Snake. them of this absurd belief tbe authorities -t deuce districts by streets where nothing LaRue -
bad tbe destroyed Immersing meets the eye but the curving sUr-
1 bad the good fortune to witness a .
dies of Kissimmee. face of the roadway, the whlh' face of CafAeLn
It in chemicals, a rule that
between ;
.. : fight a tour toot cobra de REAL ESTATE'
tbe sidewalks, the of and
capello and a mongoose.On ; has been followed ever since. green grass*..mmmmmmm.f&*..
trees and the cheerful red walls of
drst catching sight of the cohra.rlkki 'INSURANCEExamination Carte
CHURCHES. brick or soft tones of stone facades -
tlk tae( Rudyard Kipling calla I I he High Class Suicide.In .
which rise sheer from the velvet turf.
Indian moDgoosei quietly Duelled\ Its China suicide has been a One art t

.. BAPTIST.. tall and then bung around awalllnK for several centuries. If a mandarin Is Whom does It benefit to place opposite -- :1
-- .such homes
guilty of misconduct he Is a 100 foot mountrcmlly advertising of Titles s.
Bunyan Stephen, pastor. events with curiosity but fie" Had uol requestedto Donem's Swlliem's ...
School long to wait for the robra spread| Its put himself out of tbe land of tbe pills or
Sunday 9.45.a. m.-N. C. Bryan, ? 1f
whinky St. Louis
superintendent. hood, biased out I La deatb sentence mid living. There Is a distinction, too In -. Republic. Specialty. Everything the Market Affords .
Preaching 11." m. and 7:45'p. m. prepared to dart from Its coil at lu tbe manner In which the oriental may -- t

.Prayer meeting 7.45 Thursday" tven ng. natural and bated enemy. die. If he Is of exalted rank and entitled NEW TRADE BETTING IDEA. Served in Up-to-Date :':
B; Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. Now commenced 6 most Interestingand : to wear tbe peacock feather be la Correspondence Solicited. Style.

Visiton always welcome. deadly battle of feint and counter privileged to choke himself to death Mueoogee (Okla.) Newepeper Sent OutA -------- ---- -. -

feint by tbe mongoose and strike and with gold leaf. This la regarded as adistingulabed Train For the Petrone.

lightning-like recovery by his adversary ,' manner of ending life. Just to show the merchants of Muscogee. -
PRESBYTERIAN. who was also on tbe defensive If the mandarin Is only of the rank Okla., what can be done In the : FLORIDA REAL ESTATE FOR SALf.
S. S.
Snyder, pastor. all tbe time that Is entitled to wear the red button i
watching tbe opportunity of trade Muacogee
I way getting a afternoon -
Sunday Slhool.9.45 m.-Geo. F. DINNER 35 CENTS
Parker superintendent.Christian to get In hl< properly aimed bite. he must be content with strangling paper advertised a trade excursion Beautiful winter home sites situated
Time himself with a silken cord. Such are in the Lake Region 'Florida. .
Endeavor 6.00 p. m. .after time rlkkl tlk squirmed of Its own' but Instead of sending OJ
Preaching every' second and fourth slowly up to within reach of those terrible -'I' the distinctions of caste. the business men out among th$people. Trucking and Farming Lands in large

I Sunday at 11 a. m.. and 7.-00 p. m. fangs, belly on ground, wltb every it went out and brought tbe people or..small tracts:. )
?Payer meeting and choir practice gray hair of his body erect Vltb Financial Information. right Into the Muscogee stores.

.w.. .Thuradaya betore the second and fourth. anger and excitement, his eyes glaring 1 "So you at last yielded to that man's The new line of the Missouri, Oklahoma I;i I -CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY SealShippedOystersrS

Sunday'Visitors at-7:00" cbrdially> m. from his head; which by tbe way be :I importunities and gave him some tipson and Gulf road, opened to Calvin, List your property with me for quick r rfJ
moat invited to all V
Mnrloea. Invariably; held sideways during this- the market? was selected. for the experiment. A 'I ales served in all styles.

I I approach d attack, but tbe moment; "Yes." answered Mr. Dustin Star. special train was sent out and every :; .

1' CHRISTIAN.A. the cobra struck In a flash back sprang '1 "What happened T" | one who wished to come to Muscogee ,, H. M. BREAKER

t master mongoose, and, although often "Well they turned out so badly that I was given a tree ticket by the news .
M. ChUholm, It It I'm mighty 1 didn't invest Box" 175 KISSlMMEp, PLA.
pastor. appeared as Impossible that be glad any ,, paper. The result was that BOO (by
:Preaching first and third Sunday oi could have escaped tbe dreaded fangs money on 'em myself."-Washington actual count) persons came Into Mua ===------ - 1 1
x each i month at 11 a. m. and 7.46p. m. ne'er a scratch banned him and there Star. FERRYS 1j
cogee on that one train. When i I
> Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell, j
he would be
superintendent again wearing the cobra I i ready to return a special train Osceola
Christian Endeavor out and pressing bill advantage, Inch Coa. ling. took them free of charge. It Is estimated County
, -v first and third j SEEDS
17/ Sunday each month at 8.80 p. m. by Inch. At last with a. growl'and '' "That was tough) meat ;yon gave me that tbe crowd spent at least :::: ::

Prayer meeting and choir practice ev-. sharp rlkU cry; the plucky littlebeast {I, last night said the customer. $4,000 during the day, and'a.. new'sys- Abstract s .t.nreti Pi..a tw.asst.
.Company r
ary Thursday at.,7.45 p. m, flew, In, avoided-the strike: and fceliedM "Oh. run ,along! said the dealer. ,tem of trade gettln& has been Inau- lre.u.eWg r:never iI in yt....
-:...- the snake: behind the bead. n ver for a "You will forget it by the time yon gurated In !Muscogee. ,' ..: bM a.=-

.tf, s ,"f' 4EPISOODA" moment getting under*-'.bis "mouth but pay for 1t."-Buffalo Express,, , '. J ..';*'"' ; "ll'> ''"\"; i ; ).. ?new a.d.edcr'rus F...,'. __::C Ute t

j right at' the nape of' the neck"-and.!---- :Gift of.RubbisH Carts For a City. 'GPyG A R R ETT, M an age r., :' sew a.ndadl' 7 q/:, vrLtRr'a ,.
':Rev: David D. Kidd, recto .- 1 head which be-scrunched wltb'a loud Fam ." communication signed by members : -YW7W_
,Services every second Sunday at10 cracking sound despite tbe struggles Little Willie-What is fame, pal of the Park club has been received by I lne fleet--.. ,.

a 'a.1 Morning m. and 4 p. m. and. and twisting and turning of tbe cobra. .Pa-:Fame, my son. Is a ladder with the city council of Walla Walls, Wash., Real estate .M os ergwwa ..

A at 11.80 prayer a. m.Conducted litany every by a Sunday lay-- Again and again rlkkl returned to the grease on each I'UDg.-ChlcalO News., asking for the enforcement of tbe ordinance -I Titles examined and reported on .-
Taxes for non-residents
man.. nowwritblog reptile and bit Its bead. prohibiting the throwing of paid
and body uotll It lay dying The Abyssinian wife Is tbe bead of iDStrumenta relating to real estate
Sunday School-1st, 3rd and 4th Sun- paper and litter on the streets and asking drawnCorrespondence
day 10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.80 a. m.- Finally negate three or four inched t the bouse. the council to maintain and keep carefully
F. H.
"!W. G.'Hankins, superintendent. of his mortal toe,but carefully avoided VALUE OF BEAUT tip 100 cast iron rubbish cans that tbe Solicited, JENKINS

AU services suspended during July eating tbe fangs"and poison glands. club Is to place about the city.; j .
;and August.. i which, I picked up by) .- a stick and - jI '
t How Taetefulnsss and Towohea of Artistic I
. .
:n e '- : ; .,I I found them broken but wltb tbe veo- What Saves T......
..-,., : :
." mow Beauty Pay. : and
om sacks attached. Surveying
Good soil for the roots, an
k .,:METHODIST. !I The last thing to arriveIn the development open space I Bargains .
( L Contrary to popular belief. I ara pf In the sidewalk: for.'water. and air and
17u.'T.llitehenputor; ]1'I "opinion the mongoose Is not Immun '' "tit- tbe commercial spirit Inlaierlca a strong Iron guard to protect the ..

i .. Preaching'every Sunday. morning' and from snake poison else why should tip. I la the sense of the actual market trunk and spraying and other protection -; Drafting
pa ,
evSulaiy School.r t.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee, 1 I I so particularly and carefully avoid l being : value of beauty. In no country In against the ravages of Insects andfungL : In all kinds of Real Estate.
bitten tits. only by tile marver- and /
the \ 01'1'e) business uglinessbrew
superintendent. Fire and Life Insurance 4"
i anAnnour's v
| .I I. one activity that be escapes tbe spring ... conJplftely sad persistently. _ _

',. ) Prayer ,} : and darting strike of his deadly enemy i I Identified a. S. tne-.United 8t.tee. No w. 31. WIPHYSICIAN Fertilizers. Ren OFFICE IN FRATERNITY, .HALL,
; meeting : mar and Collecting Rents
every"Thursday t ,- the cobra de capello.- Ceyton
Si Ixralsan. for Simple! desires to> KISSIMMEE. FLA.
4 Taxes /
Tim: _. AMJ' SURGEON.RmanmtifmTmoitu Specialty paid or
.k 1r I practice 'every Saturday'filght.FRATERNALSOCIETIES ... __ _ _ live In or very near tnamufactnr-: Non-residents. i
lng-dlstrlct.t Irrespective of ibis, dust M. kjasumss.Orncs .

r ,! DESTROYED BY CHEMICALS., or odor, because the great msdorttyor: ran i is 97. FIXMUDA. Kissimmee :;
J "
squareboxes Ot R. O. ME'I K
our factories.areJ
:,. .. ,' MASONIC.,- Weapons Used by Assassins Against'! brick angular and unadorned., withouta -, W.'.... W. CARSON D. D..S. Granitoid Stone Works I

'P;; Na s0 ;' Royal Pna. hint o'f the shad of trees or the- "DENTAL PARLORSRIVKnS J Kissimmee Make. everything In Cement line
& El
l Blossom'Lodge F. a.M. I '
Orange people such Blocks Piers
Mondaycr Very few are aware that as greenness of grass, and flfcafced by as for Houses. Cement -
and third BUILDINQ
!t'."": 111 ghttss.In:! meets each month first at 7.80 o'clock InFraternity soon as the trial of an assassin of heaps of coke, pig Iron and huaber. It OVER O&QBOLA. .PHARMACY Sewer Sidewalk Tile, Stone Tile, Porch Steps Columns Chimney
: royalty la concluded the with Is to to Belgium or Germany
HalL weapon necessary go >
I h',, "" ark Stone. Can save nearlytiers one-half
,;' i" ',.ft Wi'Prentls; ,. W. 1I.R. -.,... Which he accomplished his crime! 1s or to some place In the United 0..1011 Hou..e. J ;;TO QB 12 TsT" f on and Is better you than brick; one
1 . O. Meek, secretary.. .carefully destroyed so that no trace)of States where foreign example bave TILLER 'half the expense on chimneys.

no ,._ .....: .. ... It remains. taken: root as la parts of the manufacturing \V HI do general contracting build
1 < The -reason of this Is twofold first district ef Mollne Ili. t. see T. /!fi d. RIVERS j fdD. Real Estate Agency. fag outof wood atone or brick. Ce>\ i

KNlOHTVer-rTfTHIAB.. .j,of all tile possibility exists that at factories whose tastefulbufldlngs are meat work In all lines. All work
Friendship Lodge:No.10..meets every I some time or other the weapons used overran with vmes and bordered with PHYSICIAN AND SUROEO:-i .- guaranteed first-class.
Wednesday night at 7.30 0'clock In FratarnitIaL' 1'-: : : Agene'for the celebrated Courtrlghtmetal ;
In a royal tragedy may be exhibited to Veil kept lawns, whose. shrub and Office over Osoeola PharmacyPUnNXS' ;
and sold.Hduses Shingle.
.. bought .
the public Ia'some museum or show treo*are artistically dlspt&ed. '"%
.T. iL-Rivers, chancellor:commander. t Residence 63
> rented. "
..O,Meek,keeper records and seal.OBCBOiA . I and second, there U a strange superstitious Such Imp&'OvemeotJ1&J'a..It Increases r Offlce 148 DICKERSON KI.elFlorida
f"R dread existing among reigning the value of adjoining real estate and . Taxes paid and Titles ver-
"'i houses.that the existence of the innocent does awaJ-: "fI'Ith tbe "no man's land" j ified for noti residents.Fire. FloridaB.C.MILLER

r :,CAMP NO.,79, W. O. ,W. I bat an ha(lowed weapons by between factory and residence district Dr. F. G- ThomasonPHYSICIAN Life and'Accident In- ,

"Meeting nights second and fourth which rulers 'have been'dispatched to It rests the eye and tbe spirit and so surance.

x'juesdaye at 7730 p. m. ls with to their makes for human efflclerey.
eternity fraught peril and SURGEON tII Indemnity: Bonds.
1 A. D'cilbert. & C. j descendants: The life of tbe busy man, whether .. Jl BARBER (SHOP
I.n.r ....w. ....
b C...W' Dann Clerk. The. method of destroying these clerk merchant mechanic or maanfactnrer. Office Phone 64 Resi dence 2DB. -w.w 'U'_'a'U' .
l+ weapons la a carious one. The wooden Is divided Into an industrial part -------- SERVICE BY

; portions, such as tbe stocks of pistolS( and a domestic part and the town Is
7 for Sale. I I| or th? handles of potaards, are burped' divided to correspond. Anything that EXPERIENCED WORKMEN" .
I 4 ,She: huodred..acreI muck hammock :i andthe metal portions are eaten.away pushes tbe unavoidable ugliness of JOSEPHINE J Jl JIAIIPEIIOSTEOPATH W. L M$ DDZOB -r .

f' aDd pine land lying along Sugar Belt i In. a bath of nitric add. work Into the realm of home life that '
'i 'raUrOed.' about three [mires from- Kis-. This baa been the custom ever since carries the stylo of the day beyond Fount I- ;

'slromefc, also on dirt road to St. Cloud. 1 the attempted, assassination of Queen the business. district, Is bad business. '
# ,Good buildings and small grove: Cold Drinks and PI"- :
t '- further particularsr 'Write :or call Isabella of. Spain In 18B2 by llerlos. This the billboard does. It vulgarizes r

t For' Ran Bass. Kissimmee, Fla. Prior to that oateMhe metal work of the residence districts-the town that Graduate of the S. $. 0.4 and Box Candies
on.. ... oV "' ground filed permits\ it. .
itr "' firearms laity '* or -
'for Rent. t away but the blade of the dagger with The domestic atmosphere of residence Still College of Osteopathy. REAL ESTATE "

bis streets to as Important to
which Moms sought to execute a Cigars. Cigarettes Tobaccos
land Specialist In diseases of Women and ,
trucking In town's well Is the commercial
} Some of the nnesV dastardly''crime: proved to se of each being as Children/
r tf, Florida Will furnish house ta livein I exquisite temper and hardness thai U atmosphere of business streets. The Consultation/ and examination -

TV:' ,and other employment In clearing l land.lfY resisted both file and grindstone. critical visitor and the would, be real- Mon\ree. .
JajLM d"'Thur8day evenings.
[ S Pawing'and other-workv,Party NELSON-"""1*, This became .known_to tc dent are Impressed in,the'business dls- Office at Graystone Hotel. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA POOL TABLE

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