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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 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: VID00422
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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I now the 'state!, is destined, to experienced J -- --- '" I

-BEST.: 1 IN THE :UNION. grent era,of material progress". '
'" We'extend to the glad hand and welcome ST. CLOUD CfrONY<< :

I'i all cone\ 'will come. We have I ..
In Agricultural Advantages florida enoughof sunshine, balmy breezes ; __ w + _

'i'iJ f health soil And comfort to,divide with nterestin News Gathered
Other State
Surpasses. Every all, and then have some to spare.-Clay by Our "'
""* A Correspondent>> in theHomeofUieOldoldiers.
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.y j from Maine to Mexioo.J .-, County) Times J.'t

It\\ recent'issue of the. Clay Bounty; dCharged -With fmbmlem \ ",\ \ '. r . ,*
nt.. .
I Timt; Florida's advantages for the \\tI1' .. '." '
Acting: upon a warrant sent him by a if : \ .. The Kissimmee! Lumber hu"
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homeseeker are so convincingly' / portrayed : i 'J ",
erected ,
telegram from the sheriff new'eaw
III {t of BTaneyI tJ' 't. 'o . '. a mill about two i es'"

ter.service than'esatarticle __at!)5t. Cloud_last week. .H. JI..Jin-L, C, F, ...\ jii_' '" _I" clear: the timber .
\ I. '. Section 14.. 'bcompany
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Thomag) ,. .
alias Studeville
which follows: { who., are 'e-buiitstrarrrwad- .
I ., thb
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charged with embezzlement of .. \ "
It makes butJUtUe difference where : 5' Section and it is
i thirty head of cattle in above 7' . .. .. thairjntontion' to proceed ;
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I -treasure of gold, silver, or precious named county. I) 1 .. ., &1 I :, ., I! to clear the) timber from this Section 1

or" later the I i :\ I. as rapidly, as possible /The sixsections
';fetus. Ie buried, sooner The prisoners are grandfahter and t. 1 )\ : ; 41 Y'
o ; lying south of e
I town.will be
mine will be discovered to enrich the i' grandson, respectively, ,and came to 'J ,.. ... ,. cleared at once and It is confidently

finder with its value. 1'he'Old'/ of the, | St.< Cloud from Missouri' a short time i. c. ". expected that' the timber will be all,
of 'South ,ago, giving their name as Studeville, cut and the t'tl ,
and the diamonds land cleared
Klondyke in a very short
which ,
\ | Sheriff Prevatt has learned 1s lrne. '
I ;
secret their
Africa for cen urie kept J their
: right names. They had lived Ini New arrivals '
in the bosom of earth, continue to come iir.on
hiding tho
!, .places i i Missouri, however, for several years, 'train.
every Nearly Is
but surface indications were the tr.alw: every one from .
| they had assumed the name of i )
some of
part the north and all express '
'!" f tore which urged men to dig and dig;I 1 Thomas, their former home .being in themselves
and they did dig for the golden and> Indiana. 'I. I \ as being; delighted to reacha '
'" place where snow and Ice ..
-- I are '
: and the harvests ud'
; "spa'rkling treasures; The men admitted they were the parties known
-of-+-wealth. have staggered/ the' world.;I1 wanted, and were brought In by quantities. One veteran 'arrive' ,l
j from
1 Ing Ohio
I said he left two and'a
into astonishment{ by their immensity. I sheriff Prevatt and placed in jail to half feet of snow' *
the ground and
The Klondyke and South Africa are await the arrival of the Missouri au ,. .--- -_. ------- .-.___ _____,__ n._ ..___ wsno all the way until this side saw of ".'
wealth lies '
not the only spots whore! thorities. They have expressed their
Washington, D. C. He had a t
i) hidden, to be brought forth for the willingness to return without requisi pairof'
Florida offers--opportunities tion.( I' HOME: or MR. IRA WEATHERBY, NEAR: KISSIMMEE. overshoes in his hand which he needed

; digging which, If improvedand intelligently) I I ___ badly when he left and he thinks likely& I'

, IR I used, will produce fortunes of vast I TRACTION now'hewlll put them in cold storage. ,
i f proportions for thousands of people V. I. S. ENTERTAINS" I LIVING PICTURESProgram DEVELOPMENT BEGUNOn for awhile: at least.

-- \ Mrs Geiger, who ha started
robbed of those I --- a board. '

!, comforts who are daily and pleasures being! which are their I I Discussed at a Special Meeting of Elaborate Reception Given Visiting I: F of Entertainment to be Given the East Gardner Tract {ng house at Lake View House, corner
By Mr. Kentucky avenue and
.10th street has
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birthright in a land where seeking is the Board of Trade. Ladies at Graystone.The I at Opera House Tonight.: had a large addition built to the
I I. as goal as finding, for to seek is | i E.: W Bowen.Mr. dining; !
toY ] At a special meeting of the Board of I elaborate room. Such 'a great demand for 'I '
: find. We do not mean that men j most entertainment I'I, At the opera house this evening, under E. 'We a ,
Trade, called' by President Willson for en-J this the I banker and stock good meal caused this move'and she .
j/ come here and bend their backs a little 1| giv< ''1 of Delphi Ind. has
'1. and feel and see the yellow dust sifting Wednesday evening, Dr. G. T. Ben given by the ladies of the Village I i Church, will be held an entertainmentwhich begun has all the boarders she can handle at ,
nett of Orlando addressed thu members Improvement. Society at the Graystone to if looking to the. development{ present.
orstoop equal, not excel
like sand between their fingers, promises
I of the East
J down, pick up a stone and bo assured on the subject of the proposed traction : on Friday afternoon January 21, to the j,1 any attempt made heretofore by local I which Gardner lands. ,This tract Considerable criticism by outsiders
.. that it la a "diamond .in the rough. line between this city and. Sanford. via visiting ladies of the loco{{ and to.all j tnewcomers ,._ I i purchased {in 1908 contains. has been heard concerning the sanitary
-- - - i 25,000 acres. lying in townships 28, 80- conditions
of the
f Wealth tbus found is never appreciated Orlando. "wfrtrhatfe! l located Inour )i On the t>rogram, which:is herewith and town.A-careful in -- k .
28,31 between Lake Kissimmeeon '
Those who get rich quickly often grow In beginning/ his address Dr. Bennett I*town. The large parlor was crowded j I! given, will I be found some of KisBim- pectlon of the- different streets and' '
the south and Lake
Cypress on the back
-heirnedly. Prodigality is the nat stated that the idea seemed to prevail with happy-faced women, and the interchange mee's most talented vocalists and musicians yards by your correspondent has
ural poor result of easily acquired wealth. in Kiaaimmee that this project, which I( of conversation, Dakota ideas and all who attend are promised north, and from the county road on the ailed to find any grounds for suchpinions.
east to Lake Hatchencha and the canalon .
The man-who knows a dollar's purchas1 was agitated and seemed sure of consummation blending with Florida, in such harmony an evening of rare entertainment: The streets are kept re-
't j the west. It is known to be of
ing capacity is the man who has worked some time ago, was' dead. as convince. all that Kiammmee is 1. Angels Serenade-Violin Duet the one markably clean and many of the backyards
for and saved the dollar. lie assured his bearers, however, that I destined to be one of the moat cosmopolitan . Mrs. Bullock, Mr. Prentis. most locations in South could give pointers to like places '

What we mean is that Florida has such was not the case. and stated that one of the broadest minded 2. A Lesson in the=,Gavotte, . . Florida; the greater part of it being un- In many large cities The citizens of

\ r within I itself elements possessed by no meetings had been held Orlando from cities in the state. The receptions beIng , . , . , Dr. Simpson. derlaid with clay. Cattlemen say thatIt this town seem to take great pride fnV
will cattle in
other state in the Union, to produce time to time and that while progress given by the different churches and 3. Vocal Solo . Mr. Hankins. support more proportionto keeping' their land .and Immediate-

Ii' 'I the dollar, but here as elsewherk, the was slow the prospects that the ..linewould societies of the city are doing much to 4. Vocal Solo . , Mr. Norton. its area in this than any other tract of open cinity neat sad clean, and already many. f

sowing[ must precede the harvest and be eventually built were very cement ia friendship between' the new 5. Singing the Old Songs/ Mrs. Carr. range county. have started trees and shrubs to better

labor must be spent, and then I come bright. He said that his mission here comers and our people. 6. Recitation . Inez Carson Mr. Bowen rt la erecting three or four decorate their house lots. ,

-4sheckles of profit Toil first) then was to find out if Kissimmee really Fully seventy-five ladies were enter- 7. The Two Roses , Mrs. Seat;;.. cottages north of Canoe Creek, on the Work was begun today in clearingand

,f l Islas can be enjoyed. None, save the wanted the line and if her citizens were tained at tne Graystone. Rev. Snyder, 8. Vocal Solo with cornet accompaniment northeast corner, of the tract near leveling 11th street, and this being

I. .Weary- Willies," pine for rest when willing to cooperate with Orlando, Sanford In behalf of the Village Improvement Miss Graves and Mr. Gaay. Lake Cypress, where it is his intentionto but a forerunner of what the company.

there {is no weariness in"body, muscfe and other points interested in havg Society, made a 'few appropriate remarks 9. ''the Better Land.. Mrs. Prentis. break up and plant a considerabl( intends to do. "concerning ,the streets, ,

,* or brain. ;) it builtLooking which: were gracefuly respondedto 10. Vocal Solo . .". Mrs. Norton acreage in Various crops In order to determine the citizens ot St Cloud can confident.y, i

I In point of agricultural advantages to this end, he asked that. by Mrs. Miller of Ohio, who is now 11. Boat Song , . Mrs. Carr. what is beat adapted'to that ly look forward to some 'very good

'j. Florida surpasses every state from four members of the Board be appointed spending a few days at St Cloud. 12. Vocal Duet Mr. and Mrs. Prentis. particular locality. And more particu I beautiful and useful streets and avenues

i Maine to Texas; from the Atlantic to to attend a conference to be held at Delicious cake, punch and coffee were 13. My Lady's Bower . Mrs. Sears. larly with a view to growing feed and' just as soon as such work can be

: the Pacific;.from the Gulf of Mexico to Orlando at an early date, when the served, and at intervals the hum of 14. Vocal Solo . Dr. Simpson forage crops for hie own use. He has accomplished. .
, , ajso in contemplation the embankment t An amusement stand has been started *, L
i.. the Great Lakes. Its soil will producea matter will be oroughly discussed and busy voices was checked by music Mrs. 15. Honey Boy. :
diversity of crops astounding in mul-I definite plana speed out for future Norton, ore of Kissimmee's new residents 16, Old Black Joe. . . of the south shore of Lake Cypress and near New York; avenue by Lester ,, .
will / . the east. bank of the canal. This will( Chambers and Is proving; quite an attraction ,
that ,
Almost any crop action. At this conference it is expected ' sang two solos to the delight of 17. Goodnight. Chorus 1
grow In any section of the' United the organization will be those who beard'for the first time her not oniy prevent the overflow of the for those seeking recreation.

States will grow In Florida with propercUlture agreed upon which will lead to the incorporation rich, melodious and highly cultivated Another Veteran Gone.Mr lands, but will provide dry and duible'road n- On Friday evening next ,there, will ,'

and there are many crops_ that. of a company to take the voice. Mrs. W. J. Sears rendered a .' on the north and west side ol f be a muilcal social in( the'Assembly, : :

thrive. in.;Florida .that. cannot be produced matter up and provide.ways andymeans. soprano solo, and her high notes and ; Mild Cole,. who arrived in Klssim- the tract, where transportation by the Tent opposite the poet office under the J J

In any other State. Many that for surveying out the route an constructing ' clear tones pleased the most fastidious. mee' last Saturday' from 'Mondamin i ;, water routsto. Kissimmee may be ;desired. auspices of- the .C.: E. Society, The ..

reach a greater perfection of flavor in i the road. Mrs. J. W. Prentiss and Mrs. Bullock, Oklahoma,' accompanied by his wife and There will also be main and program is in charge of. a, committee".

Florida than anywhere"else. Take, for Upon motion Messrs. P. A. Vans with Mr. Prentlss and Miss Rogers, daughter, died suddenly at Mrs. Foun- lateral ditches dredged through the of which Mrs Hyre Is chairman and an

instance, our'orange and compare i it Agnew, Arthur E. Donegan, C. A Carson /gave several selections,violin and piano, tain's boarding house early Monday tract to drain into Lake Rissimmee. Interesting and pleasing" program, has; .

with the California product, and the and J. M. Willson, Jr., 'were selected which were!" most entertaining and re morning, and was buried at Rosehil : Although Mr. Bowen has had opportunities been prepared. The proceeds 'will{ be ;.0.

orange of the Pacific coast is chaffy as a committee to attend the con ceived hearty applause. Mrs. W. J., S. cemetery on Tuesday, the services be- :' to dispose of this tract at a the treasury of the'Dew C.;

." .and Insipid and suffers' miserably In the vention. Carr one of the leaders of our kcal ing conducted by the local G. A. R. handsome profit, he lies not 'done so. E. Society 1,

,comparison. And so- it is with Other ---- musical solo} with Miss poaCunder the leadership of Commander Neither has he tried to dispose of It in Amongtharecent.trtlval., we {fob

It things. Rogers accompanying, which was G. E. Tarbox. smaller lots settlers.. Though he had the following; James L. Brown, War*
Panama appreciated
Florida is state and the ,Canal-Celebration. the entire tract ren, 0., L L Burneet/; Glen .
a young yet, and highly) encored.Th 'The deeeased\was apparently enjoying : surveyed into "forties'nearly Wilde Cart ,,, y

development of its resources and possibilities ' Secretary of War Dickinson{ who ladies of the Village Improve his usual health,, and had risen early a yeir' ago With the systematic B. F, 'C .wlJl.] Paronla, Cola G.. A. ,

x. ,are Jrr! : the }C.TI.g"cloth p of will .attend the celebration, has ordered ment Society are very grateful to Mr. to catch the kntoming; train to St. Cloud, 1 thoroughness of the":successfu I Ettel, Columbue'O.WaWF.rgason', .

t babyhood.!) These resources"and possibilities i crack'companies of infantry, cavalryand and Mrs. Thurman of the Graystone for and was walking upland down the hall business mnKh, .Is going, to.,,.eliminateevery and wife Proctorville,.'. 0.,,' W; B.

I, have not thus far acquired artillery, which show the perfection ' their courtesy in giving the use of the awaiting the announcement of break obvious hindrance to success. So. Freas';:Orlando;,;Fla.. "J.;, W.,' Franklin;' Tr,

strength but they will, and when they of Uncle Sara's fighting forces on spoaious Graystone parlor.AJltomobile I fast. Km. Fountain who was In the that wher the tim$ for the prospective Evanston, III,' Ernie Gray., wife 'and

do the balance of the states will recd g- land to report for duty at Tampa during I ,. kitchen heard, an unusual noise in the settler arrives, ha can see for himsel daughter,'Ashland. Ore.,.W. G., Glea- .,

nise: that down here, with Its nose the celebration;' and Secretary of Uub. hall and went out to see about 'It whenshe what has'been done and can be: done son, GreenwichMich.; John HiH.Jersey; a,,, .,

I. Jammed nearly against the equatorial the Navy Meyer has ordered that a found th. unfortanato man had I with the least possible chance of 'fail Shore, Pa.;'Miltoq P.;'"Julian, Chafer .,

lins, there I is a foe worthy reconed k-; large fleet of warships report for review The Kl lmm_ Automobile Club held fallen and life was already extinct ure.'Ab. Ark.J.W. KJnean. Harriston, Pa., $.' .'
with If not feared and dreaded In Tampa and Hillsborough its second meeting In 'the city hall on 20.000; acre. B. Lauk;; Castle. Ind. ,
bays. Deceased was 72 years of age, and a ut of this tract I is Green C.: L Ue*,''
,because of its manifold and Incomparable .. This fleet,which will be joined by several Wednesday evening, with President E; G. A. R. veteran having served during well adapted.not only to tbe''Jrl'Owinl' Clu and whet New Town; 'Ind, W..

resources. foreign vessels, will be composed of L. Lesley in the chair and Secretary the Cvll: war in the 22nd. Michigan of field crops; but especially* to smal 1 C.. Newton-Glen'Ellen, m., Henry B.

We believe that'' when Florida geU two battleships, six armored cruisers, Arthur E. Donegan 'at his poet. Infantry. fruits vegetables and all klndaotruckfarmlnJr ,, Perkins'Ecorso, Mich., Piene Clion.

:limbered up she will not only produce' t o a flotilla of torpedo boats, a company Y A set of by-laws Tar the government The bereaved wife and daughter have and will eventually' suppor Peabody Mass.: "Jl; M. 'VanKlrvfn and I

the bulk of the citrus fruits consumed of marines and two noted naval bands the club was adopted, and the following the heartfelt sympathy. of the entire one of the richest and Most prosperous wife. Fort AnpJoal'W .h...'J. P. W..- y'''

,In the United States, but also the bulk Two military bands will also accompanythe board of governers named: E. L. Lesley community. colony of homeseekers In tha 'State, cell, Mt Dora, Fla., Mrs 3.. M... Kellogg.

of the finest grades lit tobacco, early military companies, and the famous ,..Arthur E. Donegan!, C. A. Carson, -- -. should Mr.. Bowen conclude'' so dispose ,Buffalo" N. Tt.M .,, Eliza r

vegetables lel}', strawberries; pot a- Havana,Municipal{ Band, composed of M.J. Hicks and U. U Stanford. Up To Mayor Murphy. of It' after getting: it into' shape Hogg,'FrankllnvOle' N. Y.. ; I' ;

/"toes, long staple cotton, bamboo, pine-, 100 musicians, will also be sent ''from Chairman Lesley announced his ap- and, proving its fruitfulness Mr. Win.: "J. 'Spo n. 'f'theTam' ; ;r 0

Dapples, sugar and syrup,, and a dozen : Cuba. i Several'other famous musical pointment of his committees, .. follows: City Attorney P. A. Vans'Agnewha*' His method is the reverse of thai Tribune, was *' vlaitorat.St; Cloud "

y other crops peculiarly suited to our'Soil(( organizations will also be secured and laws and ordinance, C.: A. Carson' W* examined: the ordinance passed at t&4 usually followed by purchasers of lafgs today. .f' ': (V:',

and climatic conditions, Madame Nordica, the: American Queen J. Sears, P. A. VanaAgnew; entertainment ;!! lost meeting of the city council calling tracts. 'That Is, Instead of selling off -' ,

What Florida needs now above all of Song,"with a company. of vocal artiat. T. M. Murphy, M. J. Dr. for an election to determine whetherthe lots to get money to pay for the tract, The Temperance Meetings: P; ." .

else is people.! 'The right kind of peo {,-wiU finder on.or more concerts Wlnn; exhibits, Arthur E. Hlfka C. city shall issue bonds for Installing and leaving the purchasers to prove its The series of ee
Good Industrious during the W. Ward, A. A. Loll; good H. waterworks and and declares gospel l ;:temperance ,
pie. people. And period, appearing first on sewerage value at their own expense, he has meetings held atth Christian '
never before in the history of the statehas "Plant Day," named )In i honor of Henry C. Stanford'T. M. Rivers; .S. BUI- it legally drawn and legally adopted It i bought the tract oturight, and; is putting I been concluded, and bra 'church'has ', '

there been such a movement to B. Plant, founder ot the Plant System lock. ,_ ,I id now up to Mayor Murphy to either 1 in money to develop it and discover 'Tracy who conducted them have and Mrs.been i

acquire homes in Florida, and'the people which is Tuesday, February ]5th.a rpprove or' veto the ordinance. and his fits', capabilities for practical farming. called to other place.In '
A Fine t,ecislo, is awaited with great deal of I _______ Floridatoeary
who are seeking these homes, are Another great feature of the celebration Disp y. a ___ __ ,on the same work. These
high class of farmers who have weariedof i.,iteres: i>y our citizens; a large major! consecratedchrwtiau ''
will be the first The Seminoles in florida.The '
airship 'races Any of our Missouri f ends who are workers came her* under*the"
the privations of frigid states and I! ever held in the South, which will t,y of whom realize the urgency: of Wlinn'.ng of !
j equal at all skeptical about the citrus fruit Gazette auspices: the National Prohibition Society -
Valley is in
home where I : this work at as early a date as receipt ot Ii. )
want a they can enjoy the those held
recently at Los Angeles. in this and the local
industry will .
county of y
certainlybe of book entitled ? theWoman's .
I a "The
s&iblu and having the plant in copy Seminoles"I "
comforts of an almost perfect climate opera-
Aeroplanes, biplanes, monoplanes and "shown" In a most "' Christian Temperance
while they labor for their daily bread I'! convincing man- tion by next fall, when the Influx of I in Florida sent us by the publishers, Union 1
dirigibles will race each day, and several if will visit the and the lectures
i ner they offices of the Moffat, Yard & they.gave, illustrated/
d L Li visitors and homeseekers will be even Company, of 31 East ,
:"nest-egg. | ot.-the moat noted "flying-men" of Nelson, Realty Company in Fraternity as they were' with" beautiful '
7th itreet Mew -
York. ,
than } This book
greater- and
i present season
lorida has
its under
kept light hid r the world will be ,among the competi- {Hall building. with these ,the product of-the pen of Mrs. 'Minnie ....and .dissolving ..ff.eta.4-- '
abushel.. It the state had pushed 1 itself tore for the cash convepiences a much largerper
large prizes offered. While were the
I not most Impressive
so large or comprehensive, Moore Wtlfeon of this and'in.ttuct.
of-them will city, and U
cent locate In Kissim- an J <
forward and advertised its possibilities i- Tampa, owing;, to the low railroad Mr. Nelson's display of citrus fruits Is enlarged illustrated edition of her former Ive of their.kind that we'have'had theme 5i
mee. -
.i v e and advantages as persistentlyand rates from sections of the State, Is the equal in' beauty of any shown at work under the same title.; Mrs ,1 I pleasure of witnessing In. oar 'town,''and,, .'

judiciously as California has i it | preparing to entertain a larger number our state fairs. He has grapefruit, The Misses Makinson and a young Willson is a talented '1\ we can give them unqualified recom; '

a would be one of the riches and moat I i'of visitors than ever before) visited a oranges, tangerines, kumquats, citrons, I lady friend called to see us on Saturday anticipate a great deal writer of pleasure and I reIn :mendation.moral and financial They should,have., the .f':.
states in the Union at'southern I support 'of every .. ;.
populous city. Great interest
;. I' being: eta, that will compare favorably'with afternoon. We are always glad to see reading her latest effort, of which good eitisen in the state of Florida, and (
t.. last, our mines of health, soil, climate, ':manifested .in the many' conventionsnd } any Jrl'Own' in Florida or elsewhere. these maidens from the attractive town I more extended notice will i in a t with that support their work..:..would ff

f' and comfort have been discovered j i arranged for the. celebration period. Our visitors should all see this display. of KIssimmee.-Orange"County Citizen. these columns later. appear. have election a tolling day In..lfect'apparent to 'all<,on.- ,

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.} c Attention' Everybody' CEYLON M US4 crease, asked when be beard a horse' : : .. '

i'rig of ,JlteCmmissioners r '"A'' will neigh what the bo.cUd.*. His father E. A.GIlLBERTCONTRACTOR :
of Pictures"
' I series "Living answered/ The bone doth nelgb' .
The Natives Wreetle With the
appear at the! Fraternity' Opera House Way Biding further, be beard a cock: crow "
English L.ngu .
County on Friday"Wining, Jan. 28, at 8 o'clock. ge. and said 'both tbe cock neigh too? '1it -
A writer to the Kplcuri tells ot sevral < :
These "Living Plct1Jr a" will be pre.ented'by menu with *bleb'yie waf confronted And 'therefore cockney, or cockuelgh a' BUILDER., : :;

the ladies o( the Episcopal when travel uif In V>yloo. The by inversion thus: Incoctns e.", raw

w Kissimmee, 'Fla., Jan.' 3rd. 1910. church and their friends, and the program menu he says, is an. iDdlnpeniis bla adjunct or unripe hi countrey-mens affalrea.

The Board of County.Commissioner! other attr will /include tion., music. singing./ and to a reap Ctabl luoc eon or din.nor' -. Italian- BrlgSndsge- -.-In 1S48. Plans and Estimates Furnished" ., '1

In and for Osceola Invited to be table1Qt Cello As. ruft.._:the
I' county met in regular Everybody cordially One summer evening In the crowdedtheater' r \
present. ceeds for the benefit '!of head servant> writes It out\ and fromedge '. 'I- J .
session on the above date< there being aD Impatient house demanded I''
church: Adml lon.cUlaren his of :
the Epl copal t elementary -knot KnKlInb -" '
present E. L.;.Lesley, chairman,-"E." Be; grown folk.,\35c: reserved u "she la, wrote" iquaiatiblooders. rlop-a host of the drawing of tbe curtain preliminary . AGENTeT'h '

1 L. 1)..,O.eratreet. ,,J. 8. Stratton, P., A. 'seats, +Oc.'on sale at the' Kissimmee. ,I ,At be same dine'his to upraised tbe first II act.When'Passatore, and at last bla It armed was Famous": Menge Pumps for Ir i iga tm; nd Drainagp, 50,000 ton 't
Drug Co. fertile oriental bra I "la-'erer apt to'' hour.
1.600.000 lon'p ,
Vans Agnew attorney the Board I band occupied the stage.,, with musket ga !
I add footnotes'Which are perhaps bin to 200 H. iBoilers i
4' aimed at tba, affrighted audience.. The Gasoline Entfns, 2,, to 60 H. p: teappf EnginesK5 p.,, '.
and 'Arthur E. Donegan, elerk. For Sale. I' happiest achlevtmen chief state? tbat be should levy inY'Size. \ DO.aJ a'.
The minutes of the last meeting At one lunch ther bgTjrett'anio'Lgbut Which tben and tbete"collected. Stamped Metal Outside; Walls Any ; ; j ,
were "Six hundred acres muck hammockand I the dishes Toast bead," it caused per head be Shingles, Ceilin aod ; J'
tbefr \ :
read and The gang made off with _
Belt the hostess ternatlon wbeiKshe
pine land lying along Sugar .om coo ,
t. ''The .following.bill were examined approved railroad about three'' miles from Kissimmee .*- discovered 'the aadltlohal legend booty"Eaaay.' unmolested./' -Lady Presturcb's IRON 'FENCES/AND MONUMENTS, \ 1 1
: and also dirt road to St. Cloud. In. very Small I lette!. Toast beet '- ,
wart ants ordered drawn: on
- ..-._------ --- ..__ .. smainnif -thA-parenthetical| I -- tllMIL'
E ti .. Coo4TbulfdingA rimal1g'rove.wttteJI -Ospresssd.I .- .- -'- ", .-
( rt Lailey oomr t oo I. note being meant; to Intimate thai the TT"
"I f I A B Doa;elk and auditor .. 87 uu as a whole or will cut,,\up into tracts d ofeavol'7 upa afraid Bllggins baa met with
yb was accompanied a sancs
'*A VanaAjrnew. attar for Board ... . :211 HK of fifty or one hundred acres with lake 1 reverBes."
: L D Onratreat. earn.and mile**... .. A UOJ odors.On -What makes you think sot" aaAON. Pd.::4-i. MAO1+. '
and railroad fronts.
"f' another occasion there appearedthis
8. Stratum 6 UO
t fd'' -/1/ u Walker,Opm nom.ndmtlnsgeu mud mtb-ge.. ". . 2000 For further particulars write or call following acknowledgment ot dv' "H* goesabout: with'a.glgomy look,. r -

_. 1fbn.r a Bumf com and mil.. .... .,. 1 00 on Rull Bass Kissimmee Fla. .dec 10 .flclency: 8teak 'and kidney pie; no saying there" la no sncb a thing as dl"- ' ACH BR OS.
. tnterested friendship That. la almost
... O r ear of ;jail .. 1 HI noB kidney"
.. D Drtirrera.. aal.Ia..lto.; . . 82 60 for I It was altogether delightful continues I a stir* sign that a man has been'fryIng ,
0 F Krlbbn. sal!oo Judi . "5I.< > Sale1 the writer to find at one dinnerour i I to borrow money."-Exchange.: -
Xi..I_ . Orchard and farm with 350 I Sale Stable. I I'-
Tel Ela Plant; Ibrhta jail 14 K8 orange trees; grapefruits tangerines/ lug as "Welscb 'rubbish." The same [ There are more than 600 proverb! lit .
W O Br n.oa oar pauper and aupt of the Bngllsb: language todogs. cs
+ 'poor farm.,.. ... . . 6200 sataumas, naval oranges, pear trees I genius translated haricot mutton into"hurrygod WOOD-:-DRAYINQ ,
olives; mulberries and nice shade trees mutton." Our own be .
f C .. . boy
L Daodr.. oomn tax col : M 70 ,
M B Caraoa,wood.. ... '" . 8 ooOtcaola around '5-room house; good water; COacres adds on the occasion Of a hastily Im- I Everything is Now and( First-Class. We will f '

Ildw Co, broom.. . ,. ; 7 acres in cultivation 43 acres- provised dinner, was Unable to accomplish I Not the Usual Romanee. I ScrU
Render and Satisfactory
":'B O Millar, oom.. TN.... .. :30(IT good timber; situated on the rock 'road a dee ''rt. Consequently he put I Recently one of our most fastidious Prompt {
W B Maklnnon mda C H. ,. .. . Z4USOU the word plates" at {the end ot the bought pair of overalls vice Day or Night. All Kinds j
one mile from city limits, on main roadto young men a
'W 4 C Oro Uo, !caaollaaBoa .. . .' I'
Qrara. mdio.oourt home 816J St. Cloud. Price $4,000; liberal terms. menu. and found In them tbe name of the Ileavjj Huulliiir. fjfj

Z mad 2 in Fla. sewing girl who made them.
Bobitraon .
pauper Arthur E. Donegan. Kissimmee
Valley Oaaetta; pt. and nupulfoi; 101 M I A COSTLY TRIFLE. lIe very promptly wrote her a letter AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAMP. PHONE '113. .'i ;

P OlCromartla, road work. 7 row () I with all the effusiveness! necessary in ,....... "'.... ...... ...... "'.... "..... "'" "'" ,..... %j

*. C Ore Co feed mule* IMitl there being present all of those of the It Brought Bankruptcy to an English such a case and In due time receiveda ""
i :1 Wlillami, ban I fertlllier p>,.>r (..rtnO :211 (JII
W Ovrtraet., ; douliju.wair, '.iiOaoaola 54440.\(11W' A list of names was selected from I was a common penny postage the'romance l1.uallo such cases HereIt ......................................................... ......... ........................................... ..--.-.
Pharmacy draft mule
: I stamp that brought Qobart. the-great ls: "1 am a working girl! It U true. .
B "el registration
I8..lniI.Lumb.rCo 107 I British Iron king" to his ruin. At (be but 1 make a.good living, and I do not WHAT IT MEANS .

$ Boa 1 t; i Dann. tautrepaln.. I 1908! year4910. there was a big crisis In, the Iron trade If 1 married home silly noodle who a bank of little or no rappel and oau with a Inrxu n&i ltal., 114 114A

Uurald Abtoo,road |)*r roll 45325 The Clerk having reported< that I"e be bad agents In all parts of the world gets mashed on a girl be never saw. HANK CAPITAL ANn .

Joe Barber, road work. 7 V> had notified; all property owners along who kept him posted. Sometimes tbey Permit me to say tbat I do not know !I" the fund, that prot'''''. thd(piHltor A K Doneyau recording' and itontaift' 13 ('wi telegraphed news to bum In cipher Krnatofprolectlon thuds puinoni .ha.o. Chi. bank h... u J
( tbat of
the road through the lands of : how! my card got n pair over
proposed ,
. . .
ACL11y-balmarlpitspur .r,611 j Capital M .ill',OKI (HP
| but those In England nearly always i
A. E. Whale. Mrs. Nancy Whaleyand were alls and that when 1 do marry If ever. Hurplun fund of .. .. ,l'i.van cm' ;
8aBauk., loan due Apr I, lo. :.1110(1( (estate (
Instructed to write. At tbat ockh"Iden'llabtlit. .
'' pe It will be some fellow who can afford )"! 50,4(4$4.04 ,
Bank, lot on abort- <"II'MI( ) W. C. Parsons and !there being' lied his principal agent who was aln> \.
a F Parker (rt on lay w tIfI) something better than a torty-even A,total of. IIIi.'MM'' i ui fThH
State Bank frt on l 7 'art marl ,... 3360): only one protest as : his cblet partner was In Sheffield and 4 cent pair of breeches."-Muncotah' Re muaii thut wo must I I.|x>.liur* could IOM a t I . 1i I
,. Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 3, 1910 wrote him from there warning: blm to corder. cent Thi. ,protection IB for YOI'. i
+ *tat* $ank.luau juUJ 4ui-I I. :1" :x io 09flUtS (
To the Honorable BoarJ of County Bell out all Iron Interests for .
'" *. .....JUloIl ..W"" 1(01( ( > i '
i Bank, InlKOilnVi> : on J warrens .'1 (1M Commissioners, City. ou account' of the Whltwoitb crisis I Improvement. / STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE r -
A B VMialej, amt alotl) for road 1 KIQ' (on Gentlemen Hobart had frequent tits of IrrltabllIty Bacon-now Is yojur wife? / -.OF- .
_ t W Oliver"' MirvcyhiK i ili.a.1 pit II.O Referring to the proponed: road and be had been retching a lot of I Egbert-Improving, thank you. / K(__I is*MiL., IYLOR40.' ... .. 1 I

C 8 MaNhiDKtuii pt .paymt marl. inachPioiton 20000 ' unstamped letters of no Importance on "Why I didn't know shed been U1T C. A. ""Alt..OS J 'US M. I.UK N. B. l'AItKONlreol
lands in Sec. 5 <; K.3O .
A I'lUstou. loading mart 19000! through my Tp. 21 which be bad to pajr double I "She hasn't, but she a bonnet -
li M Breaker. clearlUK county road 20 011 E-, upon consideration, of changing One morning lu anger b<* potItagl"// today for '4. She used bought to buy the ....... ........... ............................/...........................................'.................>.%.%.%..%.*wS
A O addlv . 6 00
Chapman said route of qJ. fl 1 to the north side railroad that such letters were to be sixteen dollar kind koow.00-
1 154)) you -- --
J Z Koburrto: inept prlMoucri -- -- - -
and payfriK me $300.00( ), in pay- to tbe postman. The very first unstamped kers Statesman.
Dr F U Tuomaou, pr'Yfl I'lL: priaonerKiMltumeo 2 oo I letter received after this +++ ++ +++++++++++++'+++++++++++++
Drug Co. drugs 3:Ui ment of my land used and to aid mo in was

C F PreTatt, feed prixouani 112< 40 constructing fences necessary for the from his partner. It was rejected ax Blunt."I .

C F Prevatl COUH B 46F purpose of leaving my pasture as near soon as It arrived.Consequently should like to go to my mother- THE CASH STOREFirst '

H LawaoDmdwi 1 ou like you found it possible, I hereby knowing nothing of law's fuDerar tble afternoon sir." sa l
C F Prevail, out 81 v. Conle & Fluliur 114 Kt thq existence of tbe letter or tbe all "old man"
.. .. .. withdraw and to the bookkeeper to the
O T K dbba. 4 90 my protest agree
Important private news It contained. ;
"So should I. replied the proprietor f Door North of Postoffice
State Bauk. Int . . :200(1 make you deed to right-of-way. Qobart pledged himself beat .day for ..
8 B UO.... wltnemBtat . .. . 7 90 E. D. WjaxLEY., more Iron deals than even bin mighty as he Tit-Bits.turned to his desk aptD.LoD4100 ........-... I.

Bank, loan .. . 115000 Upon motion duly seconded the credit was goo4 for. .Tbe great drop In f There will find SHOES HATS
W B ulUvan, Jr. wltnflH :2 00: ,
pritres came two days later and Uo- -
BobS Gil... wlttiewH 1 002IW proposition E. Whaley was accepted Nautical.

L S... ., ..ILD...*. .. ... I { and the Clerk was instructed to bart once a millionaire, was Involved "Cap. how many knots an hour canyon DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all ofl|best N

J Uuoon, *al and 'f ae.. . ., 48 118 draw a warrant for $300.00, whereuponthe 10 a bobeieaa.j "a.pkroptcy' .from which make with this vessel?" '

CFPTY4as.ClrCtsadOmWar< 79 isBtata following resolution was adopted: be never r'e:Qftred.; '-,.Lobdon Telegraph. "Cant make any Just now; w.'... quality and lowest prices. j \

Mr. 8. J. Triplett, in behalf of the .It appearing to the Board that legal ..ffyVHarry .. tied up."-Baltimore American.

Valley Gazette :appeared Jbefore the notice being published in' the Kissim- -' defpi'M.mory.1 Call Before / -
Board and stated that the county subscription f VUsbinWtb What Is not necessary' to dear at a | [ Buying Elsewhere
mee Valley Gazette has beeo:duly given Jtfi. : chess player Dan fab Proverb.Navar .
to the Valley Gazette: had ex- penny.-[
offered *$ Bethlehem.
of the intention of thVBoa'rd to ,,eetablish' e dayfcfJBoOth' '
pired, and made this proposition to the the following described j road -asa PLeto mmorti&e& jbty| words, no mat- I +++ +++. of I II 11'1; a I I t ..+++ h++++':t+++
Board: "That if they wouldtake terrhow the selections Forgets 'Em.
public road and -the 'owners o \.he$ bard. ttfrr s j might be, -
'1,000 copies for one year. that he ?. to be rfcad' f# ptjnvgniy once. "Maud la continually giggling. She
land the
would make the4"price C900." The through said/Toad pfidpe9y Trofeaapr'i tcrira] >Dttot Lehlgb anlvenfty.dDd.prelkeldEdwards seems to have an ever .prevent.sense of
1 namely E. D.. WIt rey,,, { of tomor." SUNNY SOUTR STABLES
Commissioners the work \ ,
"' realizing good and W.: C. .trr: 6, 8 ':,r.1tl'ncY'Whaley \ ,ft ?BetWeMn p T>utmost of the tollqwng "Not at all What she baa Ia simply
'that'the Gazette had in t '
Valley done privately i&Ufied bi.ViM; }, ;a' / | :;u'wordg!; *.ftAntJpbioKlsUne. peri-, an ever present consciousness. of dimple .. .. > 'Ie'
j bringing homeaeekers into the county, tV ; ) 1 .," Boston Transcript ,; '
tention, tttfept ihtf.p; i ''l i. osteum/jts: ;/ nftiyjtaae, plaamon. ambrosia .
and that this was the moat effective ''' GEO. W. QYERs-m ET t
Whaley,,,ailhrK daii jW: t'' ,\XbQ.ley . '(Tbre *;"" ja.1ftrtTeptococciis. stapheJo op. .
way' of advertising the resources of 'tnlcroiboccus. Fashion Not. .. - "'-
bas Jr/tp/ )' esgdl, i aent'o''! isa'/ .) j cJcunJt ; plasmodlnm.t4isaslppq --
this county entered into a contract establishment upo f, i-h lf! jh'M'rftJt f; / 'l<* elllett. PbUaaelpbW.ClnanQFlitn' "Isn't ;your bat rather curious in \ j

'I), with the Valley Gazette to take 1,000 $300.00 damages ra 8ai4 hlPlke. no war. Etcbeuber'glitA'plgrlf'an shape?" asked" the uninformed man. Livery, Sale,.-trnd. ,Boarding
for four ; f .' ilunaSa. pblloaoptter "Certainly. answered his wife. "It .
copies months at the Above iw. r << '
Todd proposition is hereby 11 Pits+ ra-Host. lnwiiiudl. UODI- baa to be. Any hat that .", o't curi- .
f tflt
a 'Mr.
11. S. presented to the ,
with New Stock and Vehicles and
Well equipped
"Resolved, the'refo're. 'Jr.e 1ftai, look pre-
i would
, tlll betp4,1, 8i1& Scblocbter'ntneeaopby.: ors In shape 4---
? Board a'deed to a strip of land adjoin- lowing road be hezs" % eaablle ed (ids a 4'Se" .n 1 uyama cateChhya Washington( Star. pared to meet ajJ/ifeman )Jng'. his property _for road : J
purposes i -
public road, : 'p : Df.liigki! "4jioirtk! n' jlVla Jesoomalopa.
!h Heavy Hauling tind Boarding Horses a Specialty. )
d -srhlcii upon Motion wat duly accepted.: .
the presentIoad ft Jl-2, h n("eat of '(1'WrjilPUttUiiry{ Immediately repeated A Linen 8howe
Hon.::J.. Wr'Oliver, County Surveyor the northwest corner pi stet i h s.wdJship '' tntM worua..In tbe order given and In Helen_Tbe friends of the brio elect ROADWAY- --PHONE \\102
k / 1ed report of additional survey of marl 46 ; jrevem* order. are going to give bee:, a tine ..bower.HaroldWhar. -
26 30 <|a south) e 4it
...... ,range ,then .
.. ..' a linen shower? Bel _
.h da; I -. -
""I.. ghee east 131 fee t& | point"j po fe/t1 tIlj'] / A, ;n-Ifk a shower In' bleb the rata y. .... 7 : :: '1 1I
Mr. H. M.Breaker, appeared before northwest of the cent hr'of ritl ] town In sheetsExchauiga.. \
'I. maker of Lon-
4 :the Board'and explained that he had of the 8tOAouo l a dictionary
of way ft ----
W/jq/ '7 Issued a worst wMe gave Shoes
don '
.cleared a strip of land adjacent to hi. thence south 63 ft if I 'sa. t Lenon. .
'' Railway !a the to owing amusing aceeant ot tbe. The I, .
; place which he understood thj'cOunty along the'right of way 'said'" origin f of ,tbe. Word "rpekney"A Sunday School Teacher-Now/Tom oDI7. .

.i wanted for a road, and that be would 60 feet'from.the center1' of .sam.'t01a!\ cobkoey, or cockny.: applto only I to what does the story ot the prodigal .4--Or. 'w

.gladly'donate, a"strip 20 feet wide for point on said present rbad34| feet t outh one taro within tbe sound et tbe Bow eon teach Tommy. -U tracbee 1 \

1 '.the purpose provided the Commisalon- of the northwest cornetjof'! Motuthwest bells-ftbat ta. within tbe dty ot tondohfwbcbe us how to get fresh Tesl.Chicago ,

: :ate ,Wonld'fenumtrate, him for the quarter of section 4, township 8,;\rnge' | term came lest out of News / .. _ I
'Vmotlnl which to had expended in clearIng ofsaid the following tale : forDress
.4t 80; the said line baing {hercente* "A cUtaea's aonne. ridlne with his Preadiing at SL Ooud
". motion duly 1
same, which waft upon proposed road and sjd.'rokd e be
Into tbe
father out- London country Sunday school Sunday at 9.80
I ,. : ted and the Clerk was Instructedto feet in width being 20ftte: y }cce{> 40 : and 1 being *> novice and merely Ignorant t. m. Preaching first and' third Sun-
draw warrant for $20.00 to be delivered side of said described route." L ot mow come aud caq& do In- days at 10:30a.m.and 6.45 p. m., secondnd M

,4 ... -. t3. Mr.< Breaker upon delivery of Prince Ballard appearedbefore' the 1- . fourth Sundays at 8 p. m. tf..

deed.. Board and asked to be aUGw* ,V; re- Mew I Wed

i" r Plan for a;steel brldgeacroai Canoe deem'Tax Certificates No. 809Tof ''1890, /

L .creek, 'was".eceind." and 'filed, from 134 of 1905 and 104 of 1907 In\ > far as I

Kot Champion Bridge Co. they related to the. north half tof the ELDER CUNNINGHAM ) I \

t i Mr..E.' t., Lesley, Chairman, vas Instructed west half of lot 2 of block S (of Mat: HENRY \

to,purchase the machinery used thews Addition.. ,p Recommendsfor

fr for loading marl' and, place .a crew in Dr. J. E...Ennis made application for "

t charge: of same.- -- the redemption of tax certificate No. TV. YE.iwmLer> 01 aInart dnM: mode! ID ,

75 'Pension application of Mrs. Phoebe 501 of 1895. Vtnot Regal Shoes. They're bound to win the '

Starling was approved.Mr. ,Both of above properties at face val-. approval of the best-dressed men in town.

4 .' J. J. Snyder presented a petition ue and omitted years without interest.. i And the fit of these Regal dress models is just as

signed by 24 citizens asking for a .road These properties being sold otv accountof Weak, Run-Down People. beat as their appearance. -

I i I beginning/: ,.at a J Junction point of the line confusion in plats tha recommendation 4 0 I was run down and weak from

4' .. 'between Sections K and 6, Township 26, was granted. r /indigestion and general debility, also REGAL I Ie.

.t. Range 31'East, thence running South- Tax Collector's report showed the i 1,5 suffered trom vertigo. I saw a cod SHOES ; ., .

.the shore of Lake Gentry. This petltlqn following amounts to be collected: p 1 liver preparation called Vlnol advertised /

,,y :y was tiled Until more data could be I Ravenue .1 150(40( I and decided to give It a trlaJ, are always built after the latest exclusrvci custom ;I

:' ',', obtained as to the'practicability of .the I School Fund IM 83 :::" and the results were most gratifying styles-and always fit like made-to-measure shoes,

4. --- t Road *ami.. ....- .....-." !.* Ijt strength because they are made in qu rler-lzu. t 4
route- "After taking-two bottles I regained my and am
6t< 72I
Bonds of W N. Gamer and 11. D. I 1 8 Special, 8. IX Fund No. S ., I* M now-feeling ,unusually well." HENRY CUNNINGHAM, Your dress shoes should be absolutely correct: q P.

Colvin as notary public' were approved. 8. st!, No a.- . 0614 Elder Baptist Church, KInston, N.C that's why you need Regal. .
cancelled from .. .. .
f Paid warrants were I S. B-ttfNo.4 ". 278
7 4, -various ,funds'In the followingamounts i There being no further business', the Vlnol contains the two most world-famed tonics-:-the medicinal,

C : Board adjourned to meet again in regu- I strengthe body-building elements ot Cod Liver Qtt.and Tonic 350 $400 .gOO

a."......, ., ..... ... . . .. .'.I fl6l lar session on February 7th. VinW !
.'.{ -. .. .. .... t'43 x\ Iron. contains no oil, and is by far the Best Strengthening '
,nD..aodJ'orJeltare. Chairman.
.. Road. ..:.. ..... ..... .... ces 40 I E. E.DONEGAN Li. LESLEY, Clerk. Tonic obtainable.;>> We return your money without question A Smart C. W. DAHN fl, $

.[ Poll-tax report was che kith I ARTlUR if Vinoldoes, not accomplish; all/we/ claim for it.PIlRMACY KegalDrtit ? \ ;
:.w.*... and found correct.. I I Old papers be bought in any quantityat Modtl ,
The Board took A recess until 2 p. m. this office for SJOc per 100. The very RO ERSp S KlssJrrmce

The'Board, reconvened at 2 p. ms ., thing to put under matting or carpet.
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j jW H: \'\ ATCH. THIS' SPACE The KISSIMMKF.Gray.stone. .FLA. R : FLOYD- : '111

; On Lake Tohopekallffa. .. SELLS THE, .BEST AND t?
; HUD.Un.ff ,, .
. Fishing Shooting
,. 'I'' oj Bathing bolt Tennis Ftoque, PUREST '

: ,> ." .. '.:.. .1._ ,* ." "E .XT' W. .EEK.. : Trap Cricket Shooting..Clock. Golf' ; Bauball.' '

I. t'.\6' .. .. .. '"''Term: $2.60 1.0'13.60 per day,.
} .\,"" .,. .. '. .. f: ',. sues to.921' per week. QROCERI: S
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To Our'Friends: .,
.' ia. .
:- ... Come and try" meal at the ll
:< ': hotel. Single meals 60c; 21 And Delivers'Tem> "Free
j' i'W i meal tickets. $10. Rooms *1 per ,I"")
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with '
day. '
e are,\ too busy bur customers /l \
'"-** N. '
*' ," \\ to write ad. this ,-" Rooms for- in/The.Ion'aud'76o-.'anoex fort Old .Collier Stand, ,North'Kissimmcc., f
:-' - : showing property an r : : 'rent Oo- per- night. .. _
'Spoola rates by toe wee* or I
: month. -
week but will hear from later. ,
t you us "
l New Meat Marked .
!i oA ? :
'H. W. THURMAN, . :.

, .\ U.j \ r ..; .,. .. .' VERY 'RESPECTFULLY: . : New York. Avenue Appetite the B .nk., "" t". :,,1 I

i ," t . ", 'st-Class Meat Cutter''>.In, Attendance. ,Beef

"J'1' : \ a Fresh ,Pork and .Mutton Always on. Hand." ; t


y f., Nelson n Realty 0'd IIJ- PADGETT. & 'TIND4ALL:>\. ST. ctouu', FLORIDA, i, ,

< 'I1 ", : ffi 'd 1'1. .. ,'f.r -rn I;
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.. 0 eT e>\ ttJ ei. a> el.or

!l But Jhi. Pretty-Girl .-Didn't Need HI* "H aO ... .PI S ,, : 1
r. Goods Protection.
Holiday Passengers, sa -'
on u subway car bound fJ1H !
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from/Brooklyn; to New York on Sun "fALlIL'OO'DS( :
CJ d z
day/afternoon bad an experience that '
r I' AN EXCEEDINGLY Y FINE LINE OF. i flrn caused frowns and then a laugh. r TI :.:..s.. :(:J) 8o 19 8 j
: Ch e car was crowded but all the .
omen bad seats. On the platformwas .. j
I .i / ova .
: '
1: a mtdc1J..ed man. apparently M ) a ,, ':
II : .- #" respectable On a side seat was a'' FOB i
PURSES HAND BAGS PAPETRICS / girl lo old rose with cbeeka to match. S I S '
; l The man ob the platform caught her < I IS

. c MANICURES ETC. eye; for a moment and threw a frantic co Ocu S' MEN
I I' TOILET | k The girl drat smiled, then blushed :Q z v,

GALL AND SELECT YOUR GIFTS. i furiously. pcq J.\
Be threw and abe turned
another ,
away; a crimsoned face ,-4 .. .-- : -.. . \ --
1 ] KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. I That will about do for you" said "; CHILDREN'Z
the big. rawboned ffaard. "Go bomr
i iI .
to ;your wife.
+1MMN'WNM---._NM11Mt1_ .
: This didn't seem to worry the appar- t; -
ently; respectable man aDd catching
I -- a glint from the girl's eyes be threw

study another carefully kiss. She a turned pretty her bat face across to. Notice of Final Settlement and II, A FULL STOCK 'TO SELCT FROM: III .

the car. Application for Discharge

Ne F' BASS At the Manhattan end of the bridge Notice I. hereby given lh.l the underal"lrnt'll "; \: t -
the girl row to leave the car. The u Admlnlklralor of the Estate of Jerry M. ,
man who was trying to dirt with b.r Potter, decee.ed will on !ticturday! July 2nd. S' AT' 1 is
also faced the eliding door. By that 1V10. make Anal M-ttlement with the County
I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER | time all ryes were on the pair the Judge of OMwolB County,state of Florida, and. S :\
... ; guard was mad all through and a apply for, final dlsfhargeaiiald Admloi.trator.Deo,22 :8
.. couple of passenger edged dangerous : 11)09. E.L. D.Ovaas'
.., .t 1 >tete of
ly close. I :
Does General Contracting. and Building and Furnishes Estimates The girl In old rose took .tbje aria of: 112-6t-mo. "erl') M. Potter. :,
\. on Structures of an size or Dimensions! whetherit the apparently respectable man; aDd l r

be a Two-Room--Cottage-or a Tourist Hotel. aid hear:In a silvery voice that all could Notice of Final Settlement and 1 a z: s4-i

Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLSin "Oh. papa, how could you; ". Application for Discharge.
which he has met! with the greatest success Then everybody laughed at.a Joking TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: S .
of any man in Florida. father and a lorely daughter.-New Notice la hereby given tbat the undersigned
Tort Press. .>guardian of.Ira M. Lee.minor will on Monday .. Q
the 1Mb day of June, A. D. WO. at 10 .. .
Give him your work done.Kissimmee Fl o'clock,a,m.preeent my final report<< for confirmation \
will be well and quickly a. CONQUERED HER RIVAL In the Coonty Judge'office In dace "
ola County :Hoftda;and will apply to said \ '.4iw
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Pretty and Pathetle Stery ., -...nny Court for ny'dJiobarge M guardian of laid . 1.

"',.. ,'. ,: . ; i . "'i I i Llnd Llmf and and Grist QrisLJenny1 were botlT rivals , minor. I. < JOB Gnardla M. Lms.iHJtnfotbly ,.,r. s" '. ':-.,<". ..: . ' ,, ', " r. id I' '. ,}...... 1.

.t t '- for popular favor in London Bowen e t a .. ; 1
invited to sing the same night ,
a court concert before the queen. Jenny ..II LOWE.
j Und being the ;yoonger, sang Brat VBOBTABLB I San
and was so disturbed by the Oerce.acor&rnl Juan Garage .?
look of Grist that abe waa at BYJIAIL: OBD&a : -
Famous Miller Farm. the point of tailor when suddenly aa w.will.blp any'order. ._ day' as r e.bed, :
Inspiration came to -fear.Tha TESTED BCBPKK'H.'TbeKeWeTbattirow 8KKD8: ONLY--/fp !Ull lng;?: ia' '

j AND accompanist; waa striking the WALTON nmao. .7 Ot... .,..J..kwa. I Coinp4ny.
) AI2ST final
-ro vyx..o't'\ : :: f=te T/t'11R 11' and took the racaat aeat HMr finger Poultry"Sopplloa. 'for E medle..In.retleIda........... :Writ' . *
wandered over the ke s'In a loving d i

::1 .., :. FOR s j$3OO ,I prayer prelude which and. 'aha then bad aha loved sang.a chad.Uw.I all't. . _: ORLANDO. /'!jrLORI .A." ',' "*'.. .

1 .. The' it r.FftMUlIespartty, : in the limits of She badnt sane it tot year' '.. .... . wl.sts* ...- - ;''.j' .-n-i4:.,t'_ ' : .yip.; > -:.' "k
Kissluuu / and is high pine land,'the kind so ,_' aIIe'' .'DO' In tie presence -: j *"*SALTED : ,We'a the ..agents :for E. :; 'F'S '
otJ'07 1trbU singing to lortogfriend .' \
.; weU'lidl1p dto"fnalt.Gud vegetable 'culture. A :] ( Flanders : '
*la her fatherland. \t .and 20. ,Automobiles' and .
"" ;
'. most healthy and beautiful location for a home. 'Softly 'at"first"tfeeplajntiv* notes L "' fie
w.awi.u..err, floated on the air. swaUnjr loader and i will be. able, \.to>,wake} (deliveries :on '
> ;
richer every mooenC' To singer 3 'BOUGHT BT TUB'GROSSMAN : :.
There are two' ten-acre tracts ou'thl farm with gamed to.throw' her.:whole cool.Intd LfAMR to:1!;:: S' '.these cars--reports to the, Contrary' T
a hundred full bearing orange trees on eactractthat'Can that weird,thrilling plaintive Tra 7- ) ; .

; ; be bought ,''for' ;$1,1OO, .. ;(reach.. Th .and."oJ ended Oradaany. la a:eob.tke.'.song'Xtter died was away a elleaca -. ." f .*' 75'Fifth'Avenuecmr'- ''''"': notwithstanding. T.. tsv'Kissimmee :*, 'f

best bargain thiajsection.:: -the aUenc ot admiring wonder.:; :NsylYoac : : .... ,, .. I, f
T '1V'-" The audience amt *peUboonoV Jenny j. Wl'tte I. eve Cst ........ .. ft
Yd den 'Nee .....J":f' L" "
.kWe d JI' w.
WRITS. Td.OR. CALL ON Llnd lifted her*weet e7to.1OOk Into 'Je c, .. ,0.
I tb.coraral& face that bad so 01000- = Waters&1 Carson GroCo.Lt'OUA l9il: {
I'' bar, 'There' Here : .VV RVV. .
vV '. S.' ..A.: L'YE ..A. eartsd' wa DO n. .. A '"
- preseloo' nowinstead a teardrop gtlstaoed : {
PARK HOTEL> KISSIMMEE, FLO R DA. ,on'tW' long' black laahea. aad ed1 4+1.+MMF+nuiF+ +...+ .......+k+r.1A'lant
t after.a'moment,, with,the Impolalrena W rks
\ *::of ft chfld of the tropic..Urlal .. ";" '< .-, Wagon.
,, ::: . :.. .. crowd to Jenny Idad" aid, placedter "' .
; "z '
oL;: o en :- a. '+y9 'JIII'' '1\1'\ .to t'r 'S n", ..wc; :'t. } OPPOSJTE CHRISTIAN
arm about .her and I nasiil bar.ntUrlng ." Wood 'Seeds CHURCH

I N.., ....:... :. .... ..........a ,. regardlea of,the audience. s Under:New Managementj"-Wlth J Enorougb' :JExp r1 nce and:'U-to-DJ.w... :.
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Revised the'BIIL For Snperior Crops Blacksmith Wheelwright ''and Horseshoers: '; '

i five-Acre; ; Tracts in: :Pinedal 'i I A young' solicitor got a verdict for a aBBBAlloKJnds. I v.v....
client of considerable.rtcbea: ,' but 'little Wood' JOth Annual Seed Book Blacksmith V jneelwright i ;;Wort';imd Hora4shoeintfjiSpecIaltr. ;
: afterward. in doe r: -
beauty. Shortly Ia oat of the most rueful and eom
And Town Lots in Kissimmee coarse of business, be sent her a somewhat ptote s sd eatalomes Issaad. It'
Z formidable account On the following tire* practical iaformation about ALL WORK GUARANTEED:TO 4
day his client called oa him Ibs best tiod moat profltabla asada :,:.1 J
--FOR- and asked him If he.bad been serious too plant for 1
: In his proposal The Market Grower Solicit Yoar Tra J C.
\ "Proposal Bat I have not propos The Private Gardener Will Treat Yoa tl.., GRIFFIN I I
N- eeL" replied I, the solicitor, somewhat -v'.

i( Thc, : : aghast."'replied.- The Farmer '
l t.' land, adapted to fruit and truck ly. "%ou have asked tile fair for my client.fortune calm-! I Wo
: and artesian water can be obtained S; I should baY. supposed that;you would thug soils and climate the South : &Co.Stapliiind :
oni-i have had tile tn shoulLhave .
i every five-acres. at least politeness and every southern planter .
1 I I tab me.slong with It." Wood's 8..d Book so as to Retail \ : +
J The town lots in Kissimmee .front The nut lay abe.reeelved& .a revised be fully posted. totes best seeds Dealer in ". I :pgA.. Rg'i$.. .-,.
for southern Mailed flee .
the new marl'lreet..' account as follows; growing.
tl' 'I Z . "Miss.B.. debtor toUr. OL for legal on.request,, Writ for It.T. '
;I'9' f'f "W' . S.; ALYEA., bovines Then In of'"."a. d." was' "Total W. WOOD & SONS, Fresh -Be'eft Porkand Fancy''.Groceries

t :. I amount.! Mia* B."-London Telegraph.Pennell Saadaman. .. lohmond,. Va : =::" to. '!<'l'AND ..:: .. ".
xa \ . I ..WaaralOr bad.aartars' ""':. : U.NTRY"'.?ROpUCE,
;!i I i Park Hotel KISSIMMEE, FLA.. ...eM Clover s....., ....< '' Iutton'P1 ( "' ." .
t Z ,- agent for Sayman' Vegetable \ -.....on.,Cow Pea.. ,, '
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Soaps and remedies and Ordway'aPlasters. ,ad Or.N.and.all..'.Para..... , ..,. J .
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R" -t fte,.lg HARD WORK.;, 'f i iI Be a Booster. I ."\. . \..- h'\."' --

'r : YaNey Gazette i 1 ." '. : 1>.
TON I Do :you know there'a lots"of people; j' \ .' it,
"'- Effort et Compoalitfl .
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n. f ::-1\\ . 11fLtkn=D ''vi 'r,rawAY; --..:..-, s Love Letter, Growlin'Settln' like'round a broody in every chicken town,, .. .. ,, I.Fortunes' Much\, ands. fl f fIt "\ .'.' ." \I: ; ,

OfiC41.b \ CI4! l southern oirfo In New II :... ;" "
/j' Vallty Gazette Building1KissiMinar down ---
%,> General I Interest < Knocking every good thing '
> : Items of : dI1 cnltles o( 'letter composi : '
a.' .. v .OBCTOLA COUNTY fLA.iAiit' e of .
Thriving Little Capital ..'Cause they an'f. good'on earth; <1 -
fallow as a writer tn tbe At- no; : will
best .muck- lands around- St Petersburg,
w. N. HARRIS! Editor ..4. Prop'r Prosper Colony. /, relates asked: bis You1 Just be a booster rooster, < \ .

:, *:I'' fcoloo l Verger* lo ,.write- let- crow and boost for all your; worth. produce celery as. prolificly and of 'as good: qual'n: n : I,

SUl8QU1'TIONRATZ3t '" Din his sweetbearu .; t, .
to ,
Oa *oi>...- rar. ... .. .. . ,. .. :....,I .(1ft? Mrs. D. B. 'phal rr and' 'Miss Sam .('U do I Ij." agreed If your town needs boos tin,' boost 'er, ity i, as. is raised at 'Celery! Sanford .jor\any other -' ;' ;r .w '; .'; :

Il\ ONeopr.da month?.;.. .. ...,<, .. ,.....J.. Iio {Sphaler were,Choppers In ) D'on't hold back and wait to see addition + '"1 '.'
.. place. In- to celery these lands will ,
\\,1 ItI.A, week. ,. yet got do paper and de Ink If some other feller's williri,' .
,.' r II ff'' A.II1catioM d. vxo.pc from. our author ready.'sabT" Sail right, the country's free produce nearly all the vegetable. crops. jleir"t'. ,Y +
; iI omapoBdmta.moat b*ala-nad br tb*(writer Mr. Fred M nzemel' went to : pen ; ,

1'-\/; ..x.1.eMd. .....- -H.r wiU not b* returned ,,1>'_ do last week: Bam. Oo; ahead." No one's on it, full possibilities! ere not yet., known! but'it Has '. : ".

.t 2.; \u r' Mr! and Mrs. 'Martin and Thompson' street New It's yours as much. his. -* :

(' ->catse.ttbPo.torao.In... ....... __.- KI'._ ..........." tine Castle have moved to Taf ,a ."' . '-. '" if you'l' town l is shy.on boosters- . . been shown that.they will produce various crops., ,.;:.l';:;,,1'1/

\ ,L of the Sphaler & You get in the boostin' biz. -such peas. lettuce. cucumbers : '
1.\\1: occupying one yer got hit,written," as potatoes, tR; Jv

); \' 'Friday Jan. 28. H1O. A little son of Mr. and Mrs. I II. If things dont seem to suit you. rAnd ') etto: the value, of fr6m $20Q to $1,000 per .. ',
r home and all < ,
,. s ;"II ,., I. very ill at their bit?" the world seems kinder wrong.
will a!re. What prices these lands will sell at in .
: the little fellow soon What's-the;, matter with a-boostin' ,

: iif" Gilt Edge. Advertising. health has yet rot written. Read -- Just to help the thing along, ?' the near Juture can only be guessed. Up' at j.
'",' Florida Ii Work was begur ) on an arte boss. 'Cause if things ahould a-goin,' ..
being extensively adver stop .
: fair ', alteet New Tork. S.anford the celery l.ands.are stilf jumping -in
!'' '' and the last week, and prospects are We'd be in a plight, (
:1, 'tlsed returns pay the cost many Now. write May de sorry .
right .
time., over. We believe that every form good I flow. I II'i' _..1.v: ." You just keep that horn a blowin', value.-St. Petersburg\ l Independent. 1 '', "j'

r of advertising ,that has been adopted People are coming in faster Boost'er up with all'your (night. .. . ; .
much more than pays for itself, but we can keep track of them, and we yet got hit down. boss, al- If you kijow,some feller's failin's, j ,. '1\ .\11

believe 'Oseeola county has found the every reason to believe our to ,
Just forget 'em cause you kuow '
best work be known far and wide! FOR 'I
very plan. Describing .
That same feller's got some good points,
r done In Mr.' Wm. Sphaler is off on. i boas you're jok D'1 Head
: that county the Suwannee
." Them's the ones you want to show; FIVE-ACRE MUCK TRACTS
; Democrat says: trip, and we hope he will toe ,.' a'.i.iEE
loaves the
14." "Cast you? out on watel'll.They'll ,
"State bureaus of Immigration are no- loaded down with' game. : Ton bus hit 'back. 'a true' '
goodness! got come sayin' $ 11(
yF torioul and failures here ink Five more children have/ been .
expensive read hit
( right Now. bo Il. Maybe they will come back "buttered" lr'
? South.' 'There 'III a simpler, surer and to the school and a larger antI : from de berry beginning.1 When some feller boosts fo.- you. J.. M. WILLSON JFRfISSIMMEE : ., .
the commissioners of building is needed. street New York May I 'jA
t -Albert Lee (Minn.) Times-Press. '
O.Ceolacounty Three of Wm. Sphaler'H little FLORIDA.
In this state.have discovered :

i If They appropriated a sum of are sick with colds right. Whew! Say; boss,

): money to have 1,000 copies of the Kissimmee Mr. W. E. Murphy has gone willie; I's tired. My bead. Auction Sale horses and Mules d- : r

) Valley Gazette sent weeks tend a convention at Gainsville, bit was gwlneter split. UNCEET.
"On Jan. 29th
Saturday, beginning at
Mr. E. M. Thomas went to
for to number of addresses -
a an' equal
year 1 p. m., we will offer for sale at auctionin s
In various of the North ville Morfllny to meet his mother HE REFORMED.
parts Kissimmee, Fla.. 30 Kansas mules To the Citizens Greetings'ou
of St. Cloud-
and We.t where desirable immigrant M. K. Thomas of Urbana, III. ,

are to be had, and with this influence company her to Taft. We of Lightning Mad Him 8eHis and au! horses, all kinds. Farmers, On or about February 1 st we will open in your city the SEMINOLE 1
dealers horse
or needing a or
Evil anyone A *
working steadily putting all those peo- welcome her Way CY< with a first- 'lass stock of Drugs. Druggist Sundries and
mule Cannot afford to miss this
ple in gular weekly touch with facts Mr. Mack i is building nlte of men front sitting of oo the dry oppor- Toilet Articles in change; of a capable Registered Pharmacist, and will
In a country tunity.
and; conditions as they actually exist in .his lot in the Sphaler addition discussing big storms. J. W. MILLER, handle only the purest and best d rugs. Our prescription departmentwill

; Ollceola thegood results 8001beaan \ 1 Little'Kemball! son of Mr. and be complete in every respect and will be assured of
g county, no use, lo talking. remark L. 11. INGRAM our.. patrons
to appear in the arrival of peopleIn A. S. Lenmgton, wbo has been of them "We are all badly JOHN KIBBY. prompt and accurate service.

the county with a view of settling." the past two weeks, is improving , In a thunderstorm." Respectfully.J. .

We need not theorize as to the results we are glad to say. one time when I was

,/ to be secured by this method. It Work was begun Monday ." said another. "It was Notice.! C MOORE. Mgr

t l,' has"passed the experiment stage and Hammond's new house. .. year after 1 was married and Notice is hereby given that Friday,

has furnished results which speak for Bros are doing the work and it my way home from town. It Feb. 11th is the last'day on which poll --- - ,--- --- --
thunder and lighten when I
them elvell. We doubt whether there done right. taxes can be paid and qualify to votein

: .- Is a"county in- the stats which has secured Mr. Isaiah Thomas had the halfway there and under tbe rain the city election to be. held 1 the last Why
sheets. I stopped a big Pay Sixty or One
I more immigrants than Osceola tune to sprain his ankle last knew tbat wasn't safe but I Saturday in March

during the last two year is rfow able to be about a {ain. I'd rink It. C. L. .BANDY,

i But clear sighted men probably did Lumber was placed on the few minutes the lightning Tag Collector.St. .

not wait for results before feeling sur.f a large building for I II. B. a tree about a hundred feet Hundred ; When You Can

of the wisdom of this plan. An advertisement Co., to be erected immediately. 1 fell down either from the Cloud, Florida.At .

k in a distant paper tells what a Mrs. D. W. Prescott was a from fright I don't know I \
community is. The home paper shown guest at the Lenington home last thin day. But I got up again I lam ti.. 'IHrilin of hilcn i" 'found Buy the Best forSeven .
end when 1 reI I U here lloYtrrt* lire blooming the vittr 'round .
1, what it i.. The advertisement hair rose on .. ,
presents W here fruit'far l tter II"" I-VIT are grow nAnd
only the bright side and i is therefore The Tribune's Contest.The that I had a plug of tobac wiitiahnvet livm all tn !I... .,miruwnThiru r
received with suspicion by the Tribune bod pocket.coat to do with It?" the date ami tlKxaiul the orniiKeH grow, Fifty ? ? .
;t ,', reader-often with too-jnuch suspicion Tampa Morning this. wife didn't 'i'o feed the 1 liuiiKry, while. uniting twlow.To ] .
but My
a home shows life jt exist i igujj\ to bane; ) umber of : the old 1 Paid If r, after all Ii... nrife. .
1; paper aril 1 chewed tobacco. She hated
popular people in this county as A bi.ulilul lii'init.. mar the) end of-lite.
and an intelligent reader need not accept like poison. 'What If I had
he dates in its great automobile The warm !ire.:zes of n lroiicnl nun:
Z opinions expressed by : can and that plug of tobacco 1760 nc're
1. J form intelligent opinions of his own. contest which it announced In my pocket 1 thought. I Ho: tampered l>y' lake. ".. uei fihun,* :? adjoining. and near .

"' As a result those who seek homes in response past few days. carpet.'J I had tbe worst fright right And They they area bring pl.-.ire." H nnlle and;but they never. time a lo!"''cheer'. good roads in the flowing well district.. Title

:y to the of the published More than $10,000 representing I ever had In my life"
study paper perfect at SEVEN FIFTY
{ four prizes, will be awarded to r The KruMBeOJ greeu, the roHi'H KO HU cut, i per acre.
that attracts
,in a community And the fruit dulii'loux, all rtmiljto eat,
cessful contestants. Three before tbe next flash came 1 t I Why buy wild land when the
a .t their attention are rarely dissatisfied If L ttTe.young, and theoldwhosgfouniiinow you can by best

h, z they go there, for they know what they biles and 8600, costing in cash$1,810 constitute$1,140 the and t as plug far as out I of could my send pocket:It, and and Oo to bowed.Florida the town ol St. Cluud.'j. improved farm in Oseeola county for less money ?

q will. find before moving. tobacco since."_ 160
mhrer chewed with
acres stock tools
The satisfied Immigrant l is the strongest prizes, which will go to the four The land of promise to all who may K, poultry, all goes.

; 1. Immigration agent. The dissatisfied ing contestants regardless of A hopesndacomfortwhllewaitingbeluw;' Terms liberal.
lines. \' i Teeoh Him That Trick Aud if you dim't like the town of Bt. Cloud
i mmlgrant is capable of doing great '. knowing; animal o* .
a werry Come to Klwlmmee with all of your crowd. I \
In the
harm, and be ha a will to do it. It I. to grand prizes said a cockneygentleman to
are forty district prizes, five of The enchantment of tbat wonderful land 1
best for community to of an
therefore any : elephant When home U ., understand.
there you'll
1 attract, not men who.hope!. for l impossibilities must be awarded In each The ," wa the cool rejoinder You must your not forget to Irl'u all the praise W L. VANDUZQRLOW ( /

\ but those who know what they eight districts into which performs strange tricks and To God who loveiui and blesses our d., ,.
Will find., territory has been dividedfor does b.?" Inquired the cock: Luther ToW""DcL" . _.._-' - ,. .. . . .. . . . ." ,_. ...L.,_ ;

t It would pay almost any county in pose of the contest. the animal through his Formerly Co. G. !stand 4th U. 8. Cay.KIwlmmM I .
Fla.. J n/2C. 1U10.
Five who enter >
Florida to do for its home paper- what persons '
retorted keeper. EXCURSION
a district to receive ATES
for the Klssimmeer. are sure prizes -
Oseeola has done learned him to put money lo .
.Valley Gazette The weekly papers of every person who enters will : you see op there. Try him Wanted.Live V
but their equal win one of the -TO- .
i'- Florida are generally good a crown Sandhill Cranes, Otters, and big ,
excellence is pot so much increased by prize. The prizes that MUST cockney: handed the elephant Fox Squirrels. State: price and full

the'ability of their>editors as by the to this district are a $400 piano, crown, and. sore enough be particulars when writing. Dr. Cecil '

r liberality with which they are support- diamond ring, a $100 furniture tn hto trunk and placed It,,la a French, Zoologist, Washington, D. C. TAMPA, -

an $80 round trip over the up oat of reach. 6-2t ..
r jsd. There .Is scarcely a newspaper man
to New York and a $25 bank that to vert boitraordlnary "
in the state who would not spend a largej' For Sale.

,< '... 'part of the money In.received from his the; ceiving The prize.the highest go to the number of b1Dc. his tnI17l"eyes. said"Now the let's green see Excellent muck lands in 6 and 10 acre Panama Canal) Celebration "J.{

s w? '' extra subscription making' paper Votes are Obtained by It oat and"and It back." tracta in Park Gardens. Flowing wells .
''better; They could and would make a never learned him that trick." guaranteed, on every tract.
'rood sbowing-i-si convincing showingfor ending !in the daily ballots that the keeper and then tarned 6-tf 'NELSOH REALTY Co.

f k any 'county!.in :Florida.Times' each day in the Tribune and by' to stir up the monkeys and Tiiceets on sale February.. 16 17; 18,21, 22:25, 24, ,4 _

F Union. -V ing prepaid,subscriptions, either the .byenaa.:-Londos) Tlt-Blta Large desk blotters lOc at this with final limit February 2th. 'f
new. to the paper.Pereoni J flee. tf -
Oseeola county will to have .j.
do.iring to enter -- -
som.thingD.w to show ai long as the may Rearranging the Baals. .. -VIA-
e r' Ii
iGasette'-U! published at KlMim- nate themselves. OJT' be ; are charging me 91 a week: for J. F. FARRIS & CO. .. l
Valley friends. Use the nomination and lodging lira. Iron," said '
& ...every week. The latest was celery REAL. ESTATE ST.:CLOUD, FLA. '
that wjll be found in this paper: haired person ot the name of Coast '
'and If It was'equal to ,the' \description nominations are sent in "Hay 1 ask 'bow you would BUT sad Mil aU kind of Real Xitat*. St. CloudPtoam'tyaSn.rWb. Atlantic Line

+ and if the land yields a goodly crop. should be made at the same time RT What part of it la for.. CamapondaMO ; .

;c there is a great inducement for immlgra- subscription book and full .1--) .allotted.btatehient..
I t' lion into that section. The six bunches. 1.000 Vote.NOMINATiON dollars," replied the landlady. '- 1' .
< exhibited weighed nine pounds and the: tt for my room" .

"alary. was grown on Cypress Island by COUPON For any information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent, or' 1
t4 dont mind Mrs. Irons Mad. of
If yon under Suetlm KJ. Clwpter fWA Lows
la R.; P. Hansen the original "truck man" Tampa Tribun".10)()( Voting for Flurida, showing tb.amountoftax.charg.dto y R. BEASLEY -
proceeding to square up. j. o
of Osoeola county A turnip. measuring Uw Tax CoIUotor of OcoU Oounnty.FlorkUu < ,
"$) t hereby nominate: week "we/11 consider here to; oo oollocted for the eurratit yiior T, P. A. Tampa. Fla. D. P. A. 1tiUl
l ;> 22 Inches in circumf erenae was mention I'm paying :you $5 for lodg 110. and the .., OI'tlon..nt of tbo Mmo ta

.in the rime article, Just by way of M . . . . . . . .". . . .. .. I 52 for board. It will teem levied the oomral; leads far which taxi hen boon 1'"I\ I

gobdxwelght.Tasnpa Trlbnne.I Town. :. . . ... . .. . . . .ft. I were getting the worth of APPORTIONMENT_ OF COUNTY FCND6.To .
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'; J, "Thomas A. F dIsori has scored- another County;. r. ... ....t. .... linininlSmimrl. (157 20nteoUaetad
I r'W.l . 121'428 .
Bis" storage battery
,' y.. great triumph. ts a candidate in The Tribune's The Fortune Tollers. B ue*. .... 78BO 02
i; ;1 4\- street earwso given an exhaustive trial -P1r r man! So you are Jnst School Fund-

I .; J" \, x'\ and test on Saturday last and proved a Nominated by. . .. . . . . . . jail Tramp-Tes, mum. 1 was Amount General A>MM.d ..'.. 12X20 08 I

> t..",....., .,..', \ complete success.A 200-ctJH battery Vddresi.! .,. . . . . . .. . . . of fortune tellers ten years; Amount Collected 1I7 711
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,. does the work with ten additional cells -Indeed T Tramp mum. Balance to be coltecUd n.440 2S
!: '' I; My occupation or profession . attorney told BOO where County RMd J .
l'/, for lighting the c.r. Underground wiresand
t' t \ been and what I'd ever done To.mount ......! loutu)\ : 04 .. I
q. j 4.' ,,' \ overhead trollys; will have,to go. It . . . . . . . . . . . tny; whole life, and the judge Amount Oojlectod U406 /11 The above Wllltratioa fa from a ph of-the PJut Xnanitry Dulll.I I

fi . \estimated that such a car can run atr Tb First 0.. of Tbes .. where I would be for tbe Balance to be collated.. ,. WM 10 lug u. S. jjcparunent of Agriculture Washington D. It is located in the
:. aa'expense of one cent per mile. Nowwe County SpecialTo heart of the dty and fa COTUec1 with PARourgobFINa. The Goyry1meat
: ,,, calved for s CsidUUte Couati years.-Puck.: amount .....-I. . .. .. 8662: H8 also mice PAROID fen stables barraeb Ittkehonsea
have that Daytona. Sanford etc It uses PAROID
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-- .. Votes Amount Collected .. ioc 61 because: It finds nothing. economicaL: rI; } . .. ,
r. r0c Orlando and-Kissimmee electric road, A Paregon. Balance to be collected J' Jl i\6'87 PAROID fa the Ideal for .
rocWnK stables ahecla. pooltrY' hO'lU8t ::
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I' {, and the ancient joke about "Holly and To the Public reason have you for thinking Sub-School Duit No. 2- '. warehouse., outbuildinp, etc. uaJ.)1'va1aable forrootiDgor II1dDg..U!%0. r, r

'J .. .' bis'trolly" will be out of order.-Repor- a perfect gentleman T' To amount a 1M 40 permanent, la easy: to 1.'. Is spark and cinder proof, a1ato olpr,contains ti'rtar 1
6,;: -', -...... ,. .ter-Star. This notify the public must be. 1 bad dinner at his Amount Cole W 84 ,does sot crack and does not I'1IJI in summer 'r-- ."
.. tB be collected. 84 e* What I. !for the Government ...... ,
Helen will
. 4.+. or'' :.. -- Hilliard and I. Weatherby and neither his wife DOT daugh rod be eanally ROOd foe'yon. '.
, Mr. C. K. ,Carson Honored. drawn their grove properties him once."-Detroit Free Sub-School Duit. No. 8- Call foe samples 0' PAROID and ace fast whit it'", t.4 t ..-:
... . 696 97' to4ato aDd Farm
'4 To, liI\t.. t""d l'oaltry Ilnildiag l"1au lreo t or the asking ;
'. :y \ ,Hon. C A. Carson has boon absent market, hence all propositions A,,,,,. tad ... ,. 21 02 Xki.I ,:

,', ;," this week In attendance, upon .the Ie.o. .- properties are declared off, as Willing .to Compromise. Balance to'bo collected .. <75 40SubSchool W. MAKINSON: CO. Kissim mee-Ste ICloU
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Did No. -
decided not to sell.5lt ,
,_ions of the State Baptist Convention -I'll have to fine ;ye ISO for ex To amour: ;mmmf.. ......... 69641 ,
which were held at Gainesville. At the NELSON the speed limit. Jack: Scorch Amount: lectd. 278 . \
'I lection of officers to Serve for the ensuing Old bought in any_ here-Judge, this young lady Q.Lnoe to be CoIIaOted.'. AM 64 : .

t, ..;iJt. t' year, the convention honored Mr. it this o Sce for 20c per 100. : to get married. Remit the ARTHUR Clork; Circuit B. DONEQAN.Court Qseoola e Valley ''Gazette Ads. Do the WoVk 4c:;'t' ;Cr

".. ..' ''v '. Canon by..choosing him as'. president. thing to put under matting. or yon get the Job.-BrooklyuLife. I 'County', Florida., >
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The; Kissimmee Valleu Gazette \ 'Old paper* for 'sale 'at. this office, Mr.'and Mrs *3. J(- McCord,- of Ber:: : i '

1>BO cents a hundred. windale.' Pa., aklved. In the city jrestei* JU'fY6ROW :'UAIR FOR S AL'L'' !I'

day. MethOthf Qin! iiiili \ ,
TKLEPHONB NO.,11. ;;For Sale->Three good! mule and three ,
t I good horaeit 4-tf J."W. MILLER.Pehn'ejl : .' W regret to team that Hon. Jno. M. ',- 23,000; nerejot.T1H4I. r'
; talc I I. cunflned to his home by illness ,
PUBLISHED B.VERYFRIDAY': : Certain I.Invec&ents Pro + Combined -
agent for Saytnian' Vegetable this week. NOTICES' AMD' INFORMATION' .pcrfy Land railroad. .

-BT r Soap and remedies and Ordway' .. Stimulate the Growth '
Plasters.. -*. ,-13 -pd County Commissioner J. S. .Stratton 20,000 acres .of. Phosphate '
w. B. MAeiRI. spent.Wednesday attending tof business The usual services will be held of Human) Haif Land. '4
Lost.-A Dutch Collar Pin. Finder in Tat pg. / on ; ,
please leave at F. 'H. Lawton's store ., Sunday, preaching both morning -and d '29,500 ncr It lot Pasture .

and receive reward. 6-lt XneJof;.:; the .bat Industries jtfor small evening by the pastor i ) R.sorclnl- it of the o.t t effectivegerm Land.. l
chickens. Good .for "
capital raising
Weather I If want to learn to make forThe i .
Report any lady : discovered. '
every day In.the year. destroyer ever Beta of 3
witches, puffs and curls will teach you .f' 5o,000.acres Virgin
>. reasonable. Annie ,Fechin, opposite Miss Eugenie Moon -ot CArtersvllle, Woman1 Foreign Mlaiionary Society napthol I is a most powerful, yet absolutely Timber on railroad "

': '.Following"' : :the dally tmiperature State Bank. 6-lt Ga. is the guest ocher cousin. Miss will meet for business '.e..ii' ta/e germicide and antiseptic 1-
LOST-Between State Bank- buildingand Eloise Moon. Wednesday afternoon;)kt S o'clocH I which prevent development of germ,, '24000 acres turpentine .
and precipitation a*,
'. by the Government Orange county line on clay: road, a Mrs. Nellie Leper of Columblanna, at the church. /V ,J matter and' create' :.a', clean, healthy) , landf! ,80 acres With
< reported -
tatlon at Klsslmmee\for! the 'lace cabe. Return to Kissimmee Drug Ala,, is pending the, winter with her condition. ... ..10 acres bearing orange "
Co.andreceive 6-lt < .
reward.,. '
$ '
: Mrs..J. A.Handy. \ Pilocarpine, although not a coloring
e sister of'unuVual r <
1ek ei1l1 g Jan 27, 1910. There has been meeting \ grove.ID 4
; For Cypher* Incubators,'poultry supplies Mr. H. S. Dank and Wife of central and prospective influence in 'progress unl matter or dye, i* an ingredient well established acres In city limits '

::1., . .y auxL 111M. LAIN and Arthur G, Dustin strain Illinois, are in the city prospecting fora this week in Enterprise, Florida. About for its power to restore nat- ,
. 64 45\.85 : White Wyandotte eggs' see' GE.. home !and other investment al color to human hair.' good house aird 'outbuild, .
Friday three Miss .Emma Tucker
'I I Takach. Eggs to.OO hundred. 6-tf yean ago Borax 'of with 3 'of bear-
per because Its welldefined80ft ings
. 65 83Sunday.
Farris of St. Cloud's ,
satu-; : Mt.JF. on purchased a large hotel I there, *
... ay.j".. . :: 63 39 Help Wanted} A middle-aged woman prominent real estate .dealers is transacting - .of .which, she has made an one g and cleansing, properties, I Is ingorange grove,, 15 acres ;
. . 68 49 or girl>10 to 12 wanting a home will do business in the city today. i phanage, and a general headquartersfor most useful in the treatment lof scalp line truck land, .with' ar '

. . . 66- 42 well to write me for particular Mrs.A. who and hair diseases. Glycerine acts as a
Tuesday. M' Mr. Joseph.E. Griffith Methodist reacbe". This week' stan well that flows overt
..... .. 's. Pine Castle .Florida. recent ,
Lenington, sttmulant the'liair has
.. H to bulb and a
. "TO 65 . moved from Keen, N. :, to ; ,
Wednesday.. the Florida Christian
. Oct. 22-tf. 00 gallons] minute.:
caller .at this office on in- per
was a .
Thursday . . 69' 44 .14 a recent .organization, has held iU fluence. 5
Piano and Mr. M. Tuesday. -:: --
Tuning Repairs- Information .
first Bible.Conference at that plane: ,For write ,
" Stoddard representing the LuddenCampbell The W. B. Makinson. Company has medicine because of its antiseptic, I .....
- the Miss
- -- being guest of Tucker who
Smith Music Co. will be here
rented and will occupy the store room stimulating and preservative qualities. L. A. MINX & CO.
Monday. First-class workmanship. says that this is to be the "North Field"of I
in the Citizens Bank building when e
new Rexall 93" Hair Tonic is chiefly: /
Leave orders at the Home Store. KISSIMMEE.! FLORIDA.
completed. Florida. Our pastor, Rev. Mitchell, ;
composed" of these ingredients, which
'r; LOCAL FIELD. -Paper HanJrlng.-It you want a neat Married,-Jan. 29th 1910 at St. Cloud, was a visitor there for two day this are compounded in al peculiar form, and ---
of l done ajiotice week.
job paper hanging drop Mr. Andrew J. Stokes and Miss
In the post/office for me. I have a fine Flat Annie Peterson,. by H. D. Colvin, We believe it is' the moat effective
lineof New York wall paper samples Public. remedy known to medical science for,
which I will be to show. Notary Vftf will begin special revival service
yHti'1N1AMN1ti1AM vN NI scalp and hair troubles generally: We
I II} 2-tf JOHN G. HOWARD. Don't fail 'to visit the opera house bn the first Sunday in' February, with personally guarantee it to eradicate

Wade, the tuner, Orlando. The Osceola Lumber Company have tonight" and witness the "Living Pic- Miss Emma. Tucker leading. Further dandruff and scalp irritations and to "'/'
erected office their lot tures, A rare treat. Is In store fqr
I Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til near the an'passenger building depot, and on are now all who attend.W. notice will be given next week grow hair, even though the scalp In """;

ler. awaiting advices from the railroad spots is bare, of hair, providing of
B. Tally, of Jacksonville, "
See our line of Ladies' and MIsses'Suita authorities to determine where to "place, atchitect of the new State supervising Bank Be sure to come' to prayer meeting course there is life and vitality remain-
their lumber sheds and other buildings next Thursday night. _
at Katz's. building, now being erected, was in the ing in the hair roots.

l Checked apron gingham at Stanford Miss Lucile Wilson of New York city Wednesday. We want everyone troubled with

Co's. for 5c per yard. ", ' *ity, arrived-"!n the city Monday and Mr. R. F. Birmingham( I The Ladies' Missionary Society Will scalp disease, dandruff or loss of hair

will be .the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ala., one of our regular winter visitors, '; hold their monthly "Talent Tea" at the to try RexaH93" Hair Tonic Jf it

Great bargain in wash skirts at H. Aultmon for some weeks. Before re- arrived this Week 'to spend the remainder home of Mrs. C. W. Griffin next JEri- does not remove dandruff and promotea D'ANNAOENT
C. Stanford Co's.New urnTng home Miss Wilson will make atour P.
of Florida visiting all the points of the season. day afternoon. growth of hair to the satisfaction! of .

line Silk Waistings, individual of interest in the State. Mr. E. A. Douglas went to Kissimmee the user, we will without question or FORMotor

.patterns at Katz's1.A in his and brought For Sale. return cent' for It .
yesterday car quibble every paid us ,
Mr. William I. MondayIn
lot of Misses' and Children's Sweaters this city in the interest Spain spent of the Tampa Mr. W. L. VanDuzor and a party of Ten acres good trucking land adjoin- This guarantee I., printed on every GrayE. Co -
friends to Orlando, .where they spentthe .
one-half price at Katx's.Agency Morning Tribune's big voting contest ; night,-Reporter-Star. ing city limits; fenced; 5 acres under package. It has effected most satisfactory ,
which was inaugurated last week. flowing 'Well. Price, $1,000 termsif
of the White Star Laundryat plow; results in 93 out of ,100 cases
Mr. Spain made this office a fraternal desired. We also have several tracts KISSIMMEE. FLA.
Messrs. O. H. Alfred & Son of Kentucky _
Phone 154. where to test. _
the Home Store. put a practical
all'and stated that the contest had have located in Kissin\mee, and for sale on terms, and can suit anyone
started with an impetus,that exceeded desiring an excellent investment. ? Rexall 93" Hafr Tonic is entirely :
waist cut offer their services to anyone desiring T-K. J. W. SIMPSON
In See half those at H.lawn C. Stanford shirt Co's.prices the expectations of its promoters. painting, paper hanging or anything in 2-tf NELSON REALTY Co. '' rind in every particular different from

Thomason haverented that line. See adv. in another column. ------ ----- Anything else we know of for' the purfor.which DENTIST.
Dr: and Mrs. F. G,
Buy a nice"residence lot- 60xJ50 feet the upstairs in the old opera Capt arid Mrs.R.. G'' Conova and Photography. pose, it is recommended\ We \ S.Upstairs .:

in Davenport. Terms to suit.. 3-tf loune and moved to that place this children, who have been spending a 1 am prepared to make photographsof urge you to try it at oar entire risk. in hats Building:. v

For perfect fitting eyeglasses and week. There are a number of .large! couple of weeks with relatives and all kinds at my studio located just Certainly we could offer no better OFFICE! HOUiLS: Hf-SoSfiSop'S..
see Dr. P. G. White. comfortable rooms in this building; friends-at their old home in Green Cove above the Midland Ry., on Broadway' Two sizes 60c and $1.00. :
spectacles guarantee. Telephone .No. 76 Jun 6. Irr
which Mrs. Thomason has furnishedand Springsj-eturned; to the city last Mon- or will go anywhere to make outside .
Dress gingham 6 to 12Jc at the old will rent to parties wishing to day. views. Prices reasonable. Sold in Kissimmee only at our 'tore-

reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. board or do light housekeeping.The J. A. LANCASTER. Osceola Pharmacy.
Mr. A. B. Jarrell has rented one of LAW
Good location, brick work on the new building the store rooms in the new building GAME
For Sale-Resldencell. for the State Bank of Kismmmee was Just begun' by the State Bank of Kis- Tl r to bo SWM lawPUWrSCHUTOMC
good begun this week and the walls are rap. simmee and will move the Kisaimmee OF ay w k U.a t

LaRue serves only seal-shipped oys- Idly going up. On the new building for Drug Company into that building when DISTRESSI G. F. KRIBSSATTORNEY.ATLAw ...

ten No melted ice to destroy the the Citizens' Bank Contractor Ellis is ready for occupancv. I It'.(..-0........_...Ma.
flavor. making splendid progress and the brickwork Know laria. CfcUW and F_. *
will be completed in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Walker, of Cald- Kiasinimee People Should <\ Practice In Circuit Court. Land Tills Mara _
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed The entrance to the latter bank;; wlil be well, Kansas, arrived in the city Mort How to Head and Heed Them. Ind Drcd. LMMM. AffTMfnmta tie. drawn AM....dt."r

Price 25 cents. Sold by all adorned by a handsome marble oolumn day night to spend the remainder of the Sick kidneys give many signals of dis and Aeknolw.dffm.ntji taken. .... e i

vggiete. u117SBuy which was set in place this week. winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walker are the tress. i
uncle and aunt of Mr. Pratt of the
Mr. R. E. Cain and family of Petroleum The secretions are dark contain a
5-acre farm from the Daven-
a Valley Gazette force. .p
seventeen miles W. Va., arrived in the city last sediment. i I
pbrt south Colony of Kissimmee.Company, 3-tf Friday and expect to -make their home Lr. N. B. Wallace, of Athens, Ala., Passages are frequent, scanty. painfuL Alfred & Son
here. Mr. Cain states that his .wife who has been making a tour of Florida O.: H.
Go to H. C. Stanford Co's. depart- has been in poor health for some time accompanied by his wife, prospectingfor Backache is constant day and night.: ., _

ment store. They: are the originatorsof I and having learned that this is one of a location, arrived in the city this Headaches and dizzy spells arV frequent I'' '

low prices in Kissimmee. the healthiest places in the whole country week, and he and Mrs. Wallace are so {,

decided to bring her to .Kl immee well pleased with our city that they The weakened. kidneys need quick I Painting, GrainingvPaper: Hanging, Glazing,
New hotel just opened at Davenport where she could escape the rigorous winters have decided to locate here. The doc- help.Don't

seventeen miles south 'of Kissimmee.3-tf of West Virginia, while regainingher tor will open an office and practice his delay 1 Use .a special kidney. Varnishing, Sign_ Writing, Hardwood Finishing,
Good hunting: and Ashing.: lost health. I profession.Mr. remedy. I .

For bargain in resident property, The Valley Gazette is. somewhat; W. B. Hibbs. 'of Dakota, arrived Doan's,-backache Kidney and Pills urinary cure disorders.sick kidneys I',and all work in this line. v

truck lands and orange groves call on handicapped this week by the illness of in the city Monday to.spend some Kissimmee evidence this '

H. M. Breaker Kissimmee Fla 4-tf Mr.' S J.Triplett, foreman and 'a BO- time looking over this section witha ment. proves state-j'I % T nty.five years" experience ,In, this Hue.

: Company elate editor, who has Men confined to view to locating. Mr. Hibbs i is a Mrs..T. J. Byrd. of Klssimmee, .
Seminole Land&Investment his home for several We farmer in his section of Dakota '
days. are
I ._r'.;.'.,... .,. tock
raondJtfoore, Greyet/b_Hotel, however, and will soon be' on the lot amongst us, Will make a. valuable were weak was shown by the unnatural _
j After November 16th wood will be job again. During the absence of Mr. addition to our citizenship. condition of the secretions: When I o "," -,

Tnplett, Mr. C. E. McMullen, the Well had Doan's Kidney Pill brought to my'! S'UPPLIES.-
$1.26 a stran delivered.\ Mr. J. M. DcDonald of the Florida POULTRY
Lakeland SEEDS
known man of
KUiimmee Lumber Co. newspaper notice, I procured a box from the Kis I
Development Co., with headquarters at
kindly lending ua his valuable assist Co. and their use. ;
simmee Drug began Florida
The Oldest Established Seed House in
Davenport visitor in this
was a city
Seminole Land A Investment Company They brought me relief and improvedmy I

stock (St. Cloud Colony) for sale. Ray- ance.Mr.. E. A. Thomas returned from the Wednesday.Davenport Mr.Colony McDonald is progressing states that in condition in every way." E. A. MARTIN & CQMPANY
:Moore Hotel. l-4t pd all dealers. Price 60
mond Graystone Pittsburg, Monday night accompaniedby For sale by ,
a very satisfactory manner, and that a Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, I I ....s bnaloxaw of W. A. Bouts*. Co
hi. wife and and will oc- cent < Bu.oea.ora to f
For Sale. Lot of fine celery and let- daughter: large number of inquiries are being received Y. sole for the United and Remedies, Becleaned Bird.
cupy Mrs. McIntosh until his from prospective settlers in that N.. agents Garden, Field and Flower Seed, Poultry Supplies ,rS
tuce plants at the Model Farm, just erected is fin State '
house being '
new now : favored section. *'
across the railroad from the Inn. ished. Mr. Thomas and hi* daughter, Remember the name-Doan's-and i eed, Incubators. Write for Catalogue. ,

Miss Ruth who have been here tor Dr. S. W. Downing of Kearney take no other. Pane471< ,204 B. Bar 5t tJACKSORriLL6.BLORDA! Y'I

Seminole Land&Inr.stmentCompanystock several weeks have 'already woo' a county, Kan*., .who in company with .
St. Cloud Colony) for sale l-4t Raymond warm place in the heart of our people, three-other citizens of that county visited ;
Hotel. pdSeminole
Moore, Graystone who wilt take great pleasure In extending Kissimmee recently, purchased a R, pw
a cordial welcome to .the other fine'location here for a home where he ..._
Land A Investment Company member of the family s -- will build an excellent house a* soon a* -
. stock (St Cloud Colony) for-ale. Ray- he can return here with his family. , ",
mond :Moor, G..y tone Hotel. l-4t pd Mr. W. A. McCool arrived with his The Doctor also purchased other property to x <,

\ family from Beaver Fall., Pa., last through the Nelson Realty Co.
desirable resident lots .
For Sale-Very Saturary and they are comfortably

close to court house at bargain price.; quartered for the 'winter in the Mc- BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE: at reasonable ,
excellent investments. H. M. Breaker, Phatter cottage. )Mr. McCool 1* one of price: Quarter-acre lot ((60x180)

agent. 4-tf our mot highly; appreciated winter $25.00, all cleared situated in North 41K

Sale-One of the best orangegroves residents. Possessing himself keen appreciation Kissimmee lea than one mile from
For land 700 of our delightful and health- Court House and High School on one
: in Florida. 80 acre loca giving{ climate, as well a* the adaptability of the main traveled street of the city ,.
free; house, best water no of our soil for growing almost all also, six-room house and half acre of I
G. F.
tion. 48tf; kind of crop, be never fail, when opportunity ground for MOO.00. Truck lots'1 to 10 taI

Wanted -Tbs best five or ten acre present itself to speak a acres,'cleared ready for the plow, $60.00per
tract of land improved with orchard good word for Kissimmee and Osceola acre. particulars inquire of G.

and building, etc., that $1600 will buy. county. His elegant grove and farm F. Kribb, at the Court House
P. W. Foley, St. Cloud. It on' Steer Beach i. one of the show
No L. H.
agent: this section and the new/comer Messrs.. E. Lesley and C. Stanford +
have two. lot at St. ',
FOR SALE 'CHEAT.-four.acre orange Is'always .welcome to visit his place Cloud and let purchased the contract this week to 1nJL .
house and other and by his successful ti.
grove good 7-room profit I'f
T. W. Ellis for a brick building 60x50,
t'. building good artesian well in Kissimnee. in trucking and fruit growing.: to,contain two tore-rooms. The buildIng () ,; L. R LINDSEY.Fla. Mr. C. A. Cole; of Wlnterset, Iowa.spent ia i to be completed within six weeks -' "\ ''iE \
Pearhom, several day in Kissimmee this when Mr. Stanford will occupy one of 'r'.1/.1f' ,

For Sale-145 acres, containing 'anJneJOOm week, also Tisltttmg the new colony town the stores with a stock of dry goods, .. ,,
: dwelling, .two- tory storehouse of St. Cloud. He stated that he only and Mr. Lesley will probably move his .'?
- and'barn-good land-located 'tm came down: < --uonrtd--for'*i few grocery store to the other room '5r'
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railroad. A big bargain at $1000. days, but was so favorably impressed "
Mr. R. B. Temple of Decatur, 111., ... '
J. S. LOVELESS, Kissimmee, Fla. with our Advantages and the big development an old time business associate with our ; '/ 1,
he observed hand that :
townsman, Mr. A. S. Nelson, .pentae., E
land with 300 he had decided to a first-class
ot :
For Sale.-20 acre open here
this week and
eral day -, '7
store in Kiasimmee. He foundit
bearing orange trees. Average Will jewelry bring home eekera to the Nelson .1.11
800 to 1000 boxes. Price, 2600. impossible to secure a suitable store Co. for location. Mr. Temple'has
sell or exchange for smaller place.P. room at-present. but entered into negotiations Realty
the reputation of: handling more!
with.. local to have
G. WHITE. ,a capitalist homeseekers than any other man in the
1-tf. Kissimmee, Fla. one built and ready for occupancy by and will doubt Osceolacount8
C west, no increase
next fall. Mr. Cole is enthusiastic in
Artesian Wells-Parties his praise of this section and gives it population materially this

sian wells should see me before having as his opinion that the influx of settlers combination. WE HAVE A FJLL LINE OF7TrHJ

them driven. I drive wells any size and will be much greater next fall and Sale. 4*.
Prices reasonable: -W.- F. has .
any depth. Winter. Mr; Cole already two-large --- ----- :
,/ Hamilton, "at the Lake House. 5-4tpd jewelry stores-one at WInterset, Iowa Splendid bearing orange groves for -----.i vB

and one at Harrisonville. Mo. 'He left sale' from 2 to- 50 acres hr fruit and
'/ x"v! Florida-Comrades, come Have to Carleton been for his home Tuesday but stated that good; land in connection for farming, at Enamel and Granite are ,1.1 '" f.; !

4'VC Colony l on Lake Loyal. he would return before very long to reasonable prices and on favorable .
Here 21,ean. Highest and healthiest look after matters connected, with the term of payment.6tf : :
.** in Florida. Purest of .water. No
A-spot I opening of his business here NELSON REALTY Co.

,malaria or bronchial trouble. All vegetable '- ---- Everything in Kitchen f4lQ h re. ;>, ? >f. .-
grow; two gardens a year. Fish I
Fish and Oysters.Fresh '
/' and game. Just the,'place for old vets for Sale. ",
... to live on their penguins i and escape the I fish and oysters every day in -7/"
Sixty- v head of, stock cattle. A the week delivered to any part of the I ... '
j blizzards of the NoHh. Board reason"VabIe. -
;, 'i. Stamp for reply. G. C. Smith,.t bargain to quick: buyer. Address J.6-lt F.: city. Bearden building, phone 176. OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. . ;! .. :;
.' Hall 85 N.iJnesjUOcajla;; Fla. CHAS. .
":. d Carleton, Putnam county, Fla. 3-6t-pd: - .. ..i ',
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Incident In the Career of an,Old 10' . .. ,

: :; ,Grocery Company Time! Opera 'Manager. f IN THE .

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'r"' 't "T-Wholesale and Retail Dealers In- A. SURPRISE FOR MARETZEK. .. .

F 1 .'>(':><"'.' ,uR.OCERIE I .$ V .." ... \ I' t, .
It'Cam. at.. Tim, When Max Wa .
Brok. and the 81m4f.Nad( Levied
,. '.. '. T! Upon All .HI.Stag Pr.p.rtl.e-M"; I

: WE ,SELL WE BUY \ M.reUek'e Thank to the Carpenter. a v e o. ). /

'. I .I, / In the oM-dayd( In New York'cJty, .
I- ,/ ,'. HAY HIDES .. Manhattan before there Opera WM Uouaa a'MetropollUn and when of the*,

..,ORA1N .. ',' ,', FURS center, of the theatrical world' wasround 11 1 1

; '" a FERTILIZERS cek Fourteenth street Max, MareU' J:....... ,tWo
and StraJtoacb
t war prominent ofth.oldAcademyof ..
. r .WOOL.SHINptES .....;
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: UnderThere was VV.V V
'' a Mean!' rivalry between them. Strakoscb V ..'V
ORAN'OE-BOXES fl' had 1Ia1OD, atftl Maretzek was :
I- ,
exploiting: DI Mjutka., .
i"" 'ORANOEiWRAPS ALL By com -error of date* both were . I,v; : 1
booked for Mew York: at the same I
VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE Urn. Strakoacb was at the Academyand .

.\ :.CRd. NAILS' "' : } .eaaoaelsewhere MaretMk. baring, had halted closed In a New poor tOiOfl: ; "

York before going to Philadelphia and .
aecured a the Lyceum theater
We .sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. '_ on Fourteenth atreet. There were
We give\ special atte'ntion to. fitting out hunting and campins, strong bllla at botb place. Each manager Mew J
parties. bad hie 'friends. and the bill f
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. poster had a busy time of It. A round Seventeen miles? south of 'Kissimmee '.on the'
w* are county. agents for good fertilizsrs.. Ask up for, circular of bllla for pas company waa no sooner .
...;t and prices on fertilizers; posted than the rival billposter covered Atlantic Coast Line'Railygad..
up the Router with tbe rlvalcom- -
r )OCOCOOOCOC. ) ) alot: )ot)a:ot:>O(:>O(>OXX: :>O(>Ot:OCa > pany's sbeU. r rAt Beautiful fariiis in the lake section of Polk .
.: last, for the matinee on Saturday
A..CARSON.. :Fr.rsde.L J. A. CRANFORD.Vlce--ld"nL'S. L LUPFER.Secr<0t.ar7 bills at both houses were suddenly County. Lands productive and especially fdapte' .
( ) chanced every vacant fence place '
r plastered over quIckly. and with a citrus fruits and vegetables. <
pelting storm In the morning the man-
ager. bean to put out "paper"- Oil
KISSIMMEE. LUMBER CO., j the house Alfred-Joel was the business ON TERMS TO SUIT': PURCHASERS : '
I II' man for Mareteek and an adeptat
"papering- when nee..lr1.Vllb FIVE-ACRE FARMS. $125
a bouae packed from parquet to gallery -
J : Joel had counted the boxes found TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 6Oxl5O FEET, $50.
: P'Migh and Dressed I only $100 In the house and announced
It to Max when tbe curtain fell between -

Pine Lumber. : This the was acts..serious to Max. The tt1'er No ..Chances: No Drawing V
ready money leader who had "put up
for him" had a Hen on the box '. asheriff's
officer was' in waiting on'the : Select your tract: and buy as hundreds of oth- -
and It ofre
stage was a question '
HOUSE' BILLS A" 'SPECIALTY.ooooooooooooooooooooooaoooaooaooooaoooc .: ilevln fumes could before be the liberated properties to.follow und cos the' ers are doing in this promising Colony. '

S xxxx> company to Philadelphia early! nest

--- ---- "Well. Alfred." quietly IIlIld Max. "1 .
For further information
< guess I'm used to trouble. But there write to
NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO.8. 1.1 a good, big bouse anyway!" Then.
> turning to bis wife, who was tbe ho rp'
v let of the orchestra,.*he clasped 'both.
: .1 f V C. W. Griffin I IV her bands klsned haf. end remarked: Fla

: "Let want your.. bear fingers you their It does best. my 1 DVCVYCIOPmCDtVCODAVENPORT (

heart good you know even when .
i'" Fancy Family Groceries < here's trouble." ,
f' There was bustling after tbe per. "
ormance. Legal talent was at -pre-
f V, "Fresh Meats. 4' alum, creditors were obdurate. every- FLORIDA'J.
hlng that was supposed to be Ma! re tr
,k lit Delluery Every Daj at any Hour. Patron age/ 8olicheo..3J uk'. was temporarily In "hock." and ,

....,................IIIIIIIIouo1Ik..... ..................-.JftLA...IIIiI&.Aor.......&..........4I. I ma. Maretsek In tears with. longing
ooke at the harp aha valued.The
.. ',. scene of"negotiations wa trans .
ferred to the greenroom Just as the officers I
)'THE GBHYSTONE$ .GIIIGE up )POIIJIE SHOPS making the levy were searching SL
i Cloud Stock.
for more, and when their backs were H. REDDITT Colony
-turned the old stage carpenter hu''riedMme.
'' Ifaretxek- then called ber JEWELER
ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.JBalrbanksMorse away ,
.t.tJA back again Dye minutes after. andpointed AND "* :. ..
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: to the orchestra. *-V" M-JA-1 -J " '. ..
AcaRNT "PA ; / ,
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clearingeat ,' ', WATCHy .-,> .
The harp had disappeared. I. '
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: r. .Gas Engines,\ while everything the boxes aon ot-properUea.Sunday morning.were,being '. .. "L', .-?KAJRER I:,, ,,,.,, _p... *."e" ? ,"')1 i Res\c: ;'":'5 Semlnole. Land'8 d'I: 1"est- ':" I

and Irrigating Outfits. taken away. Max and his .wife I V- .'' ?] >.
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lr stood in the center of the darkened I went Company) .in lots
stage. Both were crying- The instrument -

',3 AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED from they them.rained Other moat things bad been had taken been from Fifty to Ten Thousand

liberated. bat DO harp and with aacne *
ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY ,DEPTH of grief that no others than BASS &! PORTER
.:. have appreciatedthey Dollars for sale, or will exchange -

** were silent, DEAlERS INFancyfGroceries

& 1. '"""We: 'Solicit all Kinds Repair Work Then them Old sad Ifaa waved Onernaey bis band stood above between Grain ,I same togetherQwith ,

then Into apace. There were a creak ands| Feed of All .
. .. . : .,. lag of pulley wheels, an Injunction Kinds an .equal amount of cash for
'fi. .
-m. . .l' .... ; ' ,,1'I'' '''' "" ""f ,.",. freitt'the carpenter .to..""look: out for 3 I.

Jv... Z. :} 'G. W. '*BASS yoarband came; -Mine.;:.Uaretsefs/lowered: harp from landing abo... Country We aollclt-part.ot Produce. your Hides trade.and. Fun good real, -estate in this lo-
:p W. ) : I on tile stage between them. bought and gold.KISSIMMEJ3'
'- ** "Wow; yonT got .It, again get 4t !, FLORIDA.
*...:;. ..II.t.)L r' &. awarjlcr amid ''Unernsey. "Stop -cality.
'. ::-: CpNTRACtbRS' 'ANb'(B i.PERS 'erylng and bbe'Uaa tILL;,',.Thafs'all.Be .- IPHONK e.
: moved or without .waiting fortbaskasad i For further '
{ naN e w particulars .
with Max ,
n *Y ,******** **V"i. -r-"'**" ; j paUetto scans .
.. I i mad his wife.closed the Incident. To .
Brick : .them the harp was as a part of them- address
\. . or ; salres. To lose;It.was more than a '
;. misfortune and la a broken" role* the.'
I i lady called the carpenter back to her.Pleas .
;:. ;:. .,'\,:V;;,. let: the harp thank 700" '
f1.'f' ,; ,. \.. said abe "..d listen. It will speak Raymond Moore'Gr.ysfoae'Hotel
:GUARANTEE: TO GIVE PERFECTISATISFACTIONiKissIitimee! with tar bands on" this Sunday xqomghe. !

.. Sq.- .. ,
'. ,. .placed .barself. beside It, seated 1"',
,. N' \". ,", oa a box aad. ,' with a amigo that ,. 6" ,: r klSSIMMEE. FLORIDA
.. chased away tears gave for a moment'or M -
;; : Florida? "" 00 as only she could give It, the' .
air of the doxology "Praise God.

. . FromVboni All Blessings Plow.Nsw .'*-', . . .
1* r' York nines. It. $T4 - -- -- -- -

V: CJiristmas Photographs N.N.NNNN:NNNNNN
ia. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING Trouble" Ahead.A ASK THE> .
' Chrittmaa.. Baby' picture for north country coroner la.said to be Who eelle foroKur at retell the

',y r t .Good. Work.aMured.J. . wrote waiting aboat'tII.the snldde of a local. two 1 poet trenm-who K.W a panel made beck of ccraweclptdeD dl&la*chair I l Sl Coud Real Estate Exchange i

. ':' . F. BROWN' Photographer PRESSING Ions hands" of !his 'ladylove, but which Oak W.I11PIT ofettb j a M this, -ANDINFORMATION- .
the made to read "the two-tre- .
OCEECBOBEI HOUSE 'd printer .JIIaJ prIc6 teroede s.ho only '
OPPOSITE ORATBTONB DYEING mendous hands."-London liall. TD9 st Ig1aCIG! .voyand ws BUREAU :
t t1utoD4 :
REPAIRINGLeave sold duets to 'I" truss s.
'y Call on Phone 181, KlMimmee, Fie.t A Queer Question.--: A. E. DROUGHT
, ?' Kodak Films developed promptly. word Small Harold (at the soo)-What la .-0 OS TOft qJUI2L.J'OD..t .
wee ..ft. Prices NaBOnable. .-wIU.beoalled at my lor-house*nd returned nod clothe- that fUDny looklng..blrdL.pap(J Papa. ..l.. aaylwws. rarwslaer5s-> .. : Notary ELiblic. State aL Large.. St_ Cloud. Florida
:: ... :b O That Is a bald eagle Harold. Small
Florida Chair "FactoryJacksoiwiyCk
, Harold-How long does an eagle bar ;
i Represents the leading Fire Life: and. Accident Insurance Co's.
SatlBfaction Guaranteec.M. to be married before, he gets bald, flaP Taxes Paid Rents Collected
W. S. HARWELL papa-Oblcgo. News.Usually .
Indemnity Bonds
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/ M. W1LLSON, JR., Has To. A. VANS AGNEVV, Z Legal papers drawn. Deeds recorded
,REAL, ESTATE St V "Say. paw. what is a cenrnsr* S Titles examined and reported on Abstracts furnished i
: /H NOTARY PUBLIC... "A genius Is a man.who can do bill I Agent for Crenshaw Bros. Seed Company
'M' ,- Notary Public'at'Large r \ STATE: AT,!LARGE.'l own.washing sewing and cooking! nay .._ I I ATTORNEY: AT LAW...... .* \ Buy your seeds from an old established Florida firm.
boy. -LontarlU* Ooaiier-Jonroal. i AND NOTARY PUBLICi Klsaimmee office. in the Fell Bid In
! .4' Office, over Itoberton'e. Pharmacy Real Estate Agent charge of Capt. H. M. Breaker.) .. .

:w ". ..'' )i p: '" \' KlSSIMMEE' ,, FLA. KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA Weak men. never yleia at tbe paupertime.Latin ". KJSSIMMKE! l 1L/- .....NNNN Ne..........
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:, See Goods .. .' 5-Acre*e farm In Prosper'Coloiiy .. ;,,, .
Onr Should 'B Waged 0' ,
Strong Fight @. .. .. .. J' .... ,..

,i ,, i *- Against Mail! Order- Menace. ,, 0_ ' "and lot 60x12:0: feet In Taft, $1OO. .' ''

,. ,And get, prices before buying. We 'are' VALUE OF BUYING. i : *' 5-Acre farm / "* .' "
Low. Prices SYSTEM .:.; 41*,,_ in Kissinimee City, .
the Originators .
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$' y. ; / t !I, -
Klssimmee. $300 11:
in It M..ts the Catalogue HOUMS en II : a ': . .-,,-, ._ w.. .
r "i Own,Ground and Enables. the Local r % ; '. .
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'1: McrohanU to Cut. RsUII Prlo.i-Co'. ., ...t ; : . .. .. .
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*. WE SELL. .'''':''. operation !I. Bn..ltolaL '
Colony Tracts; Timber Lands. Farm'and Orange Groves
..\-T... soil to?7100 yd the r .
f Apron Checks t.- ?Mk. .i per One method o( fighting mall order . .
)O., Dress '0" .l./O ;?1..f.o.12Ic .bouses adopted by some country ;
a *w 40in.Unbleached Sheeting at.. t. .,M;Weeper yd ..0/ ...x ',' ;. I ,
a Shirting Calico at . .. .. . .. . ... .',.5 to 7c per yd tnerchaoU In tUat' Quilt Llnlng'' at. . .. ...*:... <., ." .V.: 6c yd While It U well to warn meroUaiiu':/ e _
_nest Calico. .... .... :.. .7..*. .. ,, .:. ..6i'toleJeryd against! Irresponsible representatlrea .
' 100 Dress Goods from. .'. -.. ....15 to 75c per yd soaped "syBtem"! the plan :
y concerns
4- '. j -Pop Check Pieces Homespun,_assortedjcplors at . . . .!.. ...'.'". .7.' ...".6. .to 25c 8c neryd per yd : .j Ueljt,Is-one-oiLDjejflLin.properlLdr-. --W- -----V.--A.N DUZORKISSIMMEE. ".:,.L. :
Outing: Flannel . ... ,. . ... . . . . .-7 to JLOe per yd ganlzed and honestly carried out can . --
Elegant Line Curtain Goods. ... .. . . .. .. . .. .. be made of very great bene t. Whatis _
Line Serpentine Crepe at . .20 to ?6c per yd Is' merely "FLORIDA ----i"
Table Linen . ., .*. . . . . . ... .. .85c to.$1 per yd known as system buying .
Beat Galatier Cloth at .. .... . .... . ... . .I6c per yd an application' the co-operative' . ,
Felt, 64Mn7 alN ..... ... .. . .'. . .... 66c yd principle 'It' trivets', the catalogue -
Table Oil Cloth ,at../:. . . . .,. .. . .'.. .25e per yd houses on their own ground and by .. "
Linen Crash at . . . . . . . ..t....10 to 15 per yd procuring the lowest possible prices : "
.. . ..". . . .. .. .. .'5 to So per yd enables"the local -
The FamouehRub Dry Towel at-........ .....S5c to 76c from the manufacturer
Ladies' Shirt Waists . . . .. .. .. . . .. . .. .50c up merchant to cut retail prices. b .
Ladies'' Wrappers . ... . ; . . .... . . 65c up System buying takes advantage of 4 4 ..NNN.N.N ., .
Ladies' Skirts. .. . . .. . .. . .. . .95c'to 810 each the' method of buying adopted by -
Ladies' Petticoats ...;. . .. . .. . .. . 50c to $8 each the mall order, concerns' themselves.Through '
Ladies' Raincoats. . . . . . .-. :.... ,. . .. ... .$5' up considerable experimenting SASH '. . DOORS
Ladies' Coat !Suits:? . . .. ...;.. . . . ....,.. .. .$9 up to a jl.
Ladle. Vests, . ., . ,. .. . . '. ... . .... . 10 to 50c and study.-It bas been brought .
Ladies' Kimonaa . .,. . . . .?. .. . .25c to $1.50 each higher state of efficiency than It could .' ,
Pure Linen Laces . . . ._. . .. . .. ....-...1. ...5 to 26o boast -In tUe-beginning. As a matterof I 4
( 12 dot. Buttons for. . . . .. . .' '. .. ', '. . . So fact, some of the early efforts In ,
Gold Eye Needles per paper. . . .'. .-.. ,1', .". . . 5c this line were rank failures. These _. GOT O .
L. .Ladles Coats and Sweaters at popular prices. very failures taught their'Ieaao ., how ,
,..Enormous lot of Embroideries at low prices. ever and pointed out the danger spots
.J..JA beautiful Line of Dress etc. L kindred effort to help the local
/ youopri veryffew' /
items in our :
'U.Abo", e we have given only merchant lathe sales promoting com
immense and well selected stock. ______ The design of these concernsIs
Yours for:good;goods and low prices?= to give the Individual tradesman the F Mdk.IflsOACOt1/
e advantage of the latest and most approved ', W. B.

: 'H.C.STANFORDCO.J a successful, soliciting methods campaign trade of advertising and against carrying the vollectlons catalogue on.

houses. r.. ''xl
Both the system buying and the FOR
sales promotion are In a way an application .
of the principle of cooprntlon
tJLJvJtJh 1k c alk da:6c ,c 1fia6,4k aueuetc lk local merchants. The Idea .
1 has among perhaps been carried to Its farthest Iron Beds Chairs Miltr sses Rugs .
IDEAL < point of of manufacturers development In and the combination mer- .

. < cbnnb. !In a Louse similar to the mill '
BEST AND CHEAPES < order i. ..i.f'In. with the exception that 7 --

< all tradesmen.sales are One made of the through pioneer the houses local Stoves and House Furnishingx H-

of this kind tins Its headquarters
Sioux I am far from advocatingany .
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SPRING FERTILIZING. FOR PROFIT. specific company or Indeed from ,
X advocating any sort of combination Goods :
e new edition of our Spring Citrus Booklet Is ready to'r dis system buying pr'sales promoting that -
tribution. If you will read It carefully I you will understand the prin 4 I does not appeal to the Individual merchant -. 9
ciples. which underlie our urging early spring application, and if you *: himself. My'own idea has always I
doubtless iuorease been that In the last analyst: -
it will
already an advocate of this method
are not i 4< the local tradesman -
this fight depends on .
the productive' s. of your trees many per cent. 4.i 4d tC He Is the trade winner. He 1 Is We Have Stock of Above and PRICES ARE RIGHT ,
Our booklet! titled HOW TO iH GIN AN. ORANGE .i< the one most interested and he'Ie the Large -.'
i j meets the approval f many experienced people. it Is invaluably. one who must decide. It Is only with

JJf)the prospective cltru. ower. t the Idea of making some suggestions
Write us your requirements or call on our agent { which may possibly help him In bin
fight that this article Is written. Just Received Carload of Lime .. Tr
W ATE US & CARSON. GROCERY CO., While it Is true, however, that the I '
Individual merchant la the cornerstone.
: he Is not the entire superstructure. I .

] 'Wilson & ToomernFerpl'zer!! Co.. JacFloridalle: Ills who relation have like to Interests his fellow with merchants himself '

$r i *p *p.r', w vvr *9'Tvr'rai, The goes to co-operative make up'the principle completed Is edifice.sound i Building Material of All I Kinds

and Is the most important factor In :
modern commercial and Industrial de .. FIGURE"WITH ,USW. w .:
velopment. For the local merchants of ,. .' ,' .f .
THE u. 'n
America to make a successful fight

&; 'W., B.Stationery'. ,R"E. against form of co-operation the catalogue is absolutely houses some nee +

.. essary.! This will in no way or at i B. ,
least should in no way hamper the MAKINSON CO :
liberty and initiative of the Individual :
merchant. Its only legitimate function i.
Book and Art
; Stoij t Is to help him, to make 'him more efficient c
to give him lower prices in buy
better Ideas in advertising and 'ST. "
netting. more businesslike handling
"" ofxcredita. and collections and up to ; / .
date etboda in selling. In the main ,
the Interests of all local merchants are
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THE I Everything For the Stenographs the each sameNrhelr othervSBy experience uniting each should of them help i: :1. / ROOFiNiQ:* ?

:RGEST arid Office Worker. strengthens hlSshands. Bat this union P.t\INTS. !
must be thelr.own, mot belong to the
AN Tell us what you,need in Special Ruled Blai Individual must not be merebaots made! DJT themselves.some outside It, ...... .. ... ;'49ii4K \

Books. We have them in Stock or Make Theto concern for the purpose af Its own ad It.d. .

MOST Order. ....l cemelit. and enrichment. That U ', ... '. i
The .. . .
not co-o eratIon.but exploitation. "" '
COMPLEX Office Furniture, Typewriters union must be for the purpolMt f advancing ., .
.and enriching'the local hjer- ;
STOCK Business 'and'' Fancy Stationery, Artists SuKplies chants.' They should.keep the cent : :: ,
,Toys, Sporting Goods, Printing BINI In. their own hands.- This! la sound ChAMSERI4AN'Sf. )
IN I TNG.'LITHOGRAPHING. WE Save YOU tinancKMoney. buslneea. And some such co-operation .

THE la ation.forced by.:the very, logic of the situ- '

SOUTH I Established Oyer Half a CenturtOOOoYcOOoOOOOOYOOOOOOO1 There to no reason why: a large number -
of local merchants should pot band :
themselves. together and adopt a method : ,
of system baying that would'be of COtOH; REMEDY
benefit to all. It would even be bo*.
sable to' have certain. manufacturing. r?

'concerns go in With them. Such. an . .. '
0. .c '
association could devise its own meth-

the oda of catalogue trade promotion houses. and The of Individual fighting SAFE..PLEASANT TO :TAKE ,, .
i E L .Lesley Mercantile Co. \ ,J.
-' _.merchant-Wouldbejeft:absolutely' free I' ;. ',I' ." ,
In his own sphere. He would only - -"" .:

: ST.' CLOUD, FLORIDA: j nave and gained added the the: advantage aupport.of of his their.ex fellows: Chamberlain's CoughRemedyneverdua 'Youcan.topthatcouaLMothenof. croupjr child, I '

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STORED I I''" power through combination with them tboeewbouaeitforobatiI's Cough Remedr. It bottle of Chamberlain's a
THE NEW COLONY to procure the lowest! possible prices nate coughs,colds or irritation rdie, the lungs,aida exCoucb Remedy handy It ....
-, rt .4 in buying goods. I of the throat and pectora nand effects a will sae- niiny'anlow r rlung.
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I Staple and Fancy Groceries, Shoes, Gents'Furnishing 4 '" and of truthfulness In advertising -
and representing goods. No other ; -
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GENERAL DIRECTORYOf I PLENTY OF ROOM.No ( which nroke out In their( clam were not wro g' whet...L.Iey! e.- I ;
I bound watching n 'little Dos an teetned the apple the food ot tbu gods s. U. BULLOCK ,

I Trouble to Find a Plao. For Him t- the wind-tossed 1on the waves and -the magic renewer ot youth to wblcb 1'

the Churches and Fraternal Societies I Rest In SU.p.I flnallv smashed It. were the roost ""hap tbe gods resorted when they tell themselves Cafe LaRue

I I His blanket the soldier takes ulan l : py: events"' that soe could think of. growing old and te ble. I think ;}
of Kissimmce. Another In describing "fairyland" said I'll have uu apple" couciuded the doc
I the
on march but iiHimllr not his teal, REAL ESTATE
tbat It must be a plncp where very. tor.-New Stork Tribune.
-- i Usage soon sakes the (ground tin, ....//1 '
thing la!! aa It Is here except that the --- A La Carte
j, a told<] as be wnntn. Th cane Is prpt( INSURANCEExamination ,
CHURCHES. i iiparly the slime with the prospect lakes should be froeen-bnlf across atall Strange Laps of Mmory. 1
times of tbe year so tbat we could Cases ot forgetfiilDess ou matters of ,I
and the frontiersman ,
In. writing/ "il
s '. _. take a swim and jump out and skate. Interest are on record. While L>r.
BAPTISTBunvan . the "Dlgbwayn find Hywayn of Hi.I -
I I Pacific' f Priestly. was preparing his. work entitled of Titles a
Stephens p Rtor. I Coast M rClifton ..lohu.ontells I
Billiard. "[Iarmou, of the Uospels" bebad'
I I. and
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-N. Bryan, j of the prnctlcp ou the rnnrhcn of "' .
James I. appears -to have Inheritedbis taken great pains to Inform him
superintendent. the west. tie the
was guest of nn Everything the "Market Affords
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. early: settler mother's''love' .billiards. AtqoiiK self ou a subject which bad been cinder
Prayermeeting7.45Thuredayevcning.B the payments from his privy purse noted discussion relative to the Jewl lJ.
While we were Chatting u laborer Served in Up-to-Date :
Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. In tbe exchequer: records Is one to Passover. lie wrote out the result ot Correspondence Solicited. Style.
passed shouldering a roll of bl nk
Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. 1 "Henry Waller, our jeyner. for a billiards his researches and laid the ""paper
butcher had come to the door, end '
board Twelve foote long and away. His attention and time being
be pointed to the passer and mild: ------ ,
tower foote broad.. Abe frame being taken with something else some little '
j I "You see-that fellow, don't you? SVeU. FLORIDA REAL (ESTATE FOR SALE[[ ..
wallnuttree. well wrought and carved time elapsed before the subject occurred .
8. S. Snyder, pastor when I first reached here from theeast with eight great ckrewea and eighteen to his mind again. Then the saws

Sunday School i 9.45 a. m.-Geo. F. I thought' a man with a bed ou smallskrewes. A salutary' billiard time and pains were given to tbe subject Beautiful winter home sites situated DINNER 35 CENTS

Parker, superintendent.Christian his back was the .funniest thing -I'dever rule In force In the days of the Stu that bad beep given to It before in the Lake Region oj Florida. 1

Endeavor 6.00 p. m. come across. arts was one to the effect tbat no bystander : apd the results were again put ou paper Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor
Preaching every second and fourth "A rancher In this country "'otp'tI even though be was bettingon and laid aside. Bo completely bad small tracts. ,
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. I take his hired man Into his bouae the game should be allowed to offer' he forgotten that be bad copied the.ame'paralfrapba .
Prayer meeting and choir practice They're got to furnish their own blankets and reflections before jCITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY
advice unless asked. If he did so It 1
Thursdays betore the second and fourth Seal-Shippod
) and'uenall, sleep on the In
bay that It was only when be bad found
was provided tbat "be shall for everyfault :
Sundays at 7:00 m. List with for
p. the barn. your property me quick
Visitors most. cordially invited to all Instantly forfeit twopence for the papers on which be had mnscrlb'ed sales. served in-all styles.
services "I know a fellow who when he'd' the good of the company or not be them that It was recalled to his rec ... __

Just arrived and didn't understand the- suffered to stay In the room."-London ollection. This. ) same'author bad frequently H : M. BReAKER .

CHJU6r: )/ .' way they: manage, got a job harvest" Chronicle. read bis own published writings .,, I
tug on a big wheat ranch. The help and did not recognise them. Box ITS KISSlMMEE. FLA. : ---- -=- ;

,C A. M.. Chisholm pastor. usually; sleep In the straw stacks then VERY FINE BIRDS. 'j
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Preaching first and third Sundays of -= -
each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. I and It's precious little time they net.II A Question For the King. You 8OW'1IIIetleu..4. J

I |Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell ,I' to sleep anywhere. But he didn'tknowanything His Wife's Comment on the Result of I Divinity: doth not always hedge a Far>!i Seedior7 vala.t j

.upe Hntendent about that and be wax. His Hunting!; Trip. king. There have been many rulers i Osceola County Brow exactj wt..r. t
;, t Christian Endeavor first and third sitting around In the evening and final The braggadocio of the common variety who could take as well as give In tbe '011 expect, :

Sunday of each month at 6.30> p. m. ly'said to the'rancher, 'Where am 1 to ; of husbands generally sooner or joking line. The most striking Instance D

Prayer meeting.and choir practice-; ev. sleep tonight "; later falls before tbe keen insight: tbat 'Of this) kind la seen In tbe case Abstract CompanyO. hen nevertsoelkd.. ..

.ry. Thursday. at7.45 p.m. "Why. I don't' 'care where you most women have. of human nat 're in of Charles II.. that good natured Bra-' 1- ::3

.S -, r'1 al.a.l::: sleep: said tbe rancher 'I've got tRio( general and bragging buaMnd.) In par. art, who once asked his chaplain I>r.BtUllngfleet yeariot andtxpericm '
'22IEPISCOPAL.QRev. :: acres of land '-around here and If you ticular.' A witty southern ,woflaan was : OARRETT' : Mahaeer.Real .

David D. Kid'd, rector. -. can't find a place to sleep on that I'll married to such' man, woo, though "How la It tbat. 100. always read I, liable.fnakethcttr For ule*l*

.Services. every second Sunday at 10.30v get my next neighbor to lend me a Invariably unsuccessful as a hunter :your sermons) before m* when aa i I .. A..wl: 'I

m. and 4 p. m. piece of bis.' ., was continually boasting of his. kill. understand you can preach eloquently estate mite tiN .'p...
1 Morning prayer and litany.every Sun- '---'- .-- ings. enough elsewhere wltbeat book or I Titles examined and reported on m.B. RUT c:*. ;

-day at 11.30 a. m.Conducted by a lay TOWER OF BABEL I. As be was returning borne one evenIng I notes?" Taxes paid for non-residents ...... ...... .
_ man.' after an all day bunting trip It occurred -The good doctor answered that be I Instruments relating to real estate
Sunday School-1st, 3rd and 4th Sun I carefully drawDCorrespondence
to him that the usual room was so overwhelmed by bla majesty'spresence ) i t
day 10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30 Traditions aa to the Height of the Famous
L m.- trust himself -
that he could not
panlment of ao bag wan
empty game Solicited
W. G, liankins, superintendent. Structure. I F. H. JENKINS
not In accordance with his oft boasted otherwise; continuing "And now, .
All 1 services
suspended during July The actual height at which tbe last
and .August. i skill as a hunter and that his wife sire. may It please :you to tell me why \
atone of that famous structure' the I -
"'-,w., would again have the joke on bits nobe you read your speeches when :you haveno I f
"' tower of Babel rested cannot. on sc- "
". went to tbe .market and purclaa led gab excuse: ? -St.: Louis Republic.
Of tbe remotenesa of the time and
coast Surveying
IfBT86BI'Jl'. I two brace of partridges) Ii
; - at' Which It U said to have .extnted. Answering' Little Eddie. Bargains
> Asi te entered the oonse.lie threw
3u. T. Mitchell,'P3 tor. | become more than a matter of do
ever tJttls Eddie-Say, pa. political
them on tbe table- with great eclat and "
and I 1
Preaching., 'every Sunday morning I merest conjecture' Herodotus who exclaimed. "Well yon.dear old doubter .' tiemtee belong to different parties)* Drafting

vyeatng Sunday School 9.46 a. m.-J. M.. Lee, i lived about 1.700 years after thai you see tbat I am handler with- tbv Fa-Ne. my so*.; they ....* to differ In all kinds of RealEstate..
+ superintendent ."great spiral way to heaven" Is said gun than you give me credit for being at factions the same psurty.. -sUehang Fire and Life Insurance and
to have been attempted says that he *. ::1
..e.v .. I after all; now don't your Armour's Fertilizers. Renting OFFICK IN FRATERNITY HALL
Thursday saw" at Babylon: a structure consistingof Milady picked up the bird and examined and Collecting Rents ,....
IjPrayer meeting every -- aSpecialty ;
night. eight towers raised. one above an- them very carefully the W.""" :L. WIz TN .
r Taxes paid for KISSIMMEE. FJ
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Choir practice every Saturday night. other each .eutr-; .e feet beight.but looked up after the examination be ,
4d whether, this ruIn was tbe r-r said I"Fine PHYSICIAN! AMUPBOMK SURGEON.Rrtee.S. Non-residents. (

e FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. mains of the tower of Babel It. wan birds, my: dear-very floe bMa.., 33, E sawn.Orrem i I

.. T even then Impossible to ascertain. Herodotus ' are they not?" Pmowa V7. 4 ,'Ptaa.e4: R. OMEEK KissimtiieeGranitoid .
usually minutely; exact: In hU "BoberV responded tbe wife ...,.- .
MASONIC.SOrange writing leaves us In Ignorance as to log nt\ her nose "you were only f ant W. W. CARSON! D. D. S. I Stoiio> Works I
r,, Blossom Lodge, No. 80.:! F. & bow the upper .level of each of these In time in shooting those birds totfay. Kissimmee.:: Fla. Makes everything In Cement line, \

A. ,M.,,meete first and third Monday eventy-Ove; foot, towers waa reached Tomorrow It would have been everlastingly DENTAL PARLORS. as Blocks, Piers for Bou_. Cement k f iL"iL"lucb V
nights in each month at 7.80 o'clock in from tbe level. below. too latiL Louis Republic. RIVERS BUILDING Sidewalk Tile, Porch Columns,
., Fraternity Halt Sewer Tile; Stone '
tIJ1..,W. Prentis W; 'Ml -*," might be expected,. even In tradition . OVER. OeCKOLA PHARMACY --'JOIIouiIk".1IIk Stone. Can save you Steps.nearly) Chimney one-half. ft.j:

,i&R-< 0. Meek, secretary.j.W a wide difference of opinion ex- a TO -.s ,f- on biers and Is better than brick; one-- .
.. !eta as to the;height of the tower. Mont EATlNGJkN APPLE. OPEC HOURS | ,t TO g +.. M. TILLER half the expense on chimnevs. \

orientalists maintain that God did one . Will do general contracting la build *

CKNIOHT80PPYTHIABn' 'I put a tbe work until the tower What Veil Take Into Your Sy torn T. /f%. RIVERS //ft.[ D. \ Real Estate Inif out of wood stone or brick. Cement
101 work la all "
Friendship Lodge,No. meets everyWednesday -ted reached a height of 10.000 fathoms With the Fruit.' All work. %\

night! at-7.80- 0 clock, in Fra-3 or about twelve miles. In Ceylon -Do :yon know what you're eatingrsaid PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tII guaranteed for firstclass.Agent the celebrated. I
temltyHaU .
***-'tradition It .to said to have been; "doctor 4 and CourtrlRbt
the to tbe Reality bought sold
girt. meal]
r T. M., chancellor, commander.R. each Office over Oaceol Pharmacy ? Shingle
.O. Meek keeper records and seal. u high aa 20,000 elephants "An apple ot course." ] Houses rented .|i .
above at. B. DICKERSON ___
other Residence l 53
'y """"""" standing one "You are eating" said tbe doctor PHONES.- I l < Taxes paid and Tltles'verle Fr ToI.
V '. ; the authority "t ornce 148
Jerome asserts on .
,"albutn, sugar gum maUc acid gallic ified for non-residents.
OSCEOLAjCAMP NO.' 79, W. O. W.f. who bad examined the rains and ,
persons add fiber water phosphorus.
; 'Meeting nights second and*fourth that It did not reach a height exceeding "I hope those things are good. They Dr. pk 'G. ThomasonPHYSICIAN Fire Life and Accident In- t B.C'e, MILLERJ

Tuesdays. at 7.80 p. m. .four miles Other statements are sound alarming.. surance. '

..j i.,. AJ: D. Gilbert, C. C. situl more extravagant.-London Saturday "Nftblbgcould be better tou ate I and SURGEON t. Indemnity''Bonds.W. ,J
C. W.Danri, Clerk. '
Review rather much meat at dinner . BARBERSHOP
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---' The malic acid ot apples neutralized Office Phone )J26 Residence 2

'I.---- Happy Events.A the excess ot chalky matter caned UP-TO-DATE SERVICE- BY 11

., >. .,,,- Jw'Sale."Six teacher In one ot the public schools by too much meat and rbereb .

.r : hundred 'acresmock, hammock of'Vienna In" order to test the abilityof ; I belps to keep you youug. Apples' are" DR. J HJIRRPEII EXPERIENCED WORKMEN i

,and pine land lying along Sugar Belt her junior class: -girls eight to nine i good for your complexion.: Their acids I IRK DDZOH -. '. ',

..railroad about three :miles from KIs1 years: old-tn oompo 1t1on'writing gave drive out tbe noxious matters wblcb '

slmmee also on' dirt ,road to St. Cloud. each little miss a subject to be discussed cause akin eruptions;; They are good OSTEOPATH Soda Fount *,}

'Good buildings and small grove. "at once without consultation tor your brain wblcb those same nOl:
4* particular!, write 'or. call Cold Drinks mid .FinU
Fop-further "
and without help of any kind. Tbe lous matters U' retained. render slug I'Box
oo .Hull Bans, Kissimmee, Fla Graduate of the S. S, 0.. and t
articles were found to be so InterestIng gish. Moreover, tbe acids of tbe apple Candies J
r. have been i diminish the of the stomach Still of
and amusing that they acidity College Osteopathy. .
f ,for Rent. collected for publication. One article ,tbat comes with some forms ot Indigestion. Real Estate

"finest oo "My Three Happiest Days" Is notable Tbe phosphorus, of which ap Specialist diseases of Women and Cigars. Cigarettes. Tobaccos ?
the land in
ji of trucking
Florida.>me.' Will furnish house tolive in In the unique collection. In well pies coutalu a larger percentage than Children.. Consultation and examination \ ,
-t words and clearly rounded-sen- any other fruit or vegetable renews free. -
... In chosen
.. employment clearing land.
"t i swd other
s: and other' work., Party must tine,. the little girl says that beinglost the essential nervous matter -of the Monday and Thursday evenings. I
plowing "". : to brain aDd spinal column. Ob, tbe an- Office at Graystone Hotel. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA POOL
+ .-ha.e, teaJD. :;..+ A.S. NELSON. ; ID tl!! woods having run awax I, ,, ; I _:,ail TABLE
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