Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 4, 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: VID00423
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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U. Klaslasasa. Valley, BataBllfc-ed '''94.f Co.:.........a Neve-ilMs 1*, !..,. Kissimmee i Fl"a ,
City February. 4 I9IO. .. XIII
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oi frequent : ::" -- .Son: the waterworks and&81V jte. howl

A lAND PROMISEI: cial capacity" r are we to get. the thousands of, dollars I 1st Ci UDOUNy)

governor.' '. ; additional for.this .. '
apparatus ..M"&&' "" -, . _. .
I! '' Kissimm nothing of a place to house ItT And InaU .

4dcrful Resources and 'Beauties, gation led 'the foregoing; we have been .con-1' InterestingItems of News Gathered .

.. of this Section as Seen by a sibilities erriplating the supply of by Our '
what of boo Correspondent in "
a uaateas of What part of the the

?' ,/ )Kansas City, .Visitor-, gan to'tell city would you'cut out? Home of the Old Soldiers; ; 'r

t JUad" po"oce.e, Leon :been; searchingfor things that As outlined, the absolutely necessary .-

a"fountain of wealth, instead of,.,.a lieve; they tyzE Zap, ,P expense of equipping about three-quar' Ground Was broken today'.for the) ,
Triplett: kept, a'I ten of the town"-without\ taking Into netf.M.E.. Church
j ), fountain of perpetual youth, when he tion trom w"f on .their, lot at the ,
1 Jhe asp 4e. coniideaation the cost of maintenance, corner of Ohio avenue and 10th :treat.
landed atlthe mouth of the St. Johns ; .
Then came would raise the city taxes 'A'lar&e number of
over fifty
per. workmen bus.
.: -riy.Jn-FIorIda.-Ap..U.8.-1&13JJ Ifl Head ,who had trg" ;, : cent. That is to -say, it would add II X engaged In clearing the were l land pre- r

have gone no further with,, his quest wherein 7 'r teal ;eighTinills\ to fur presentTile' 6f." paratorr1o'-placlnr the.'fo 'ndaUon-for" -

'That wlll-o'.the-wiap.. -which ever. beck-. of'land 1 ': : # : I teen mill;. Add this to State and his new church. Plans sire being mad +'

oned the valiant explorer on, never yet seen." He I County tax,''and.we_ have] of to erect a good commodious edifice of
gotten in the over fifty mills brick, which ,
will bean
has been found. Ponce de Leon had no ornament to the
' live forever equal only to As council hrs ordered the laying of"idewalki town, as a building, and an Ideal boos*' aof
to -
" ,thought of material things; in
the consuming a few days on many streets of the city; worship It is expected that the ..
and aye was one with the this raise in taxes, Jn addition,' wouldbe plane and specifications for the church .
desire which led him to his grave.
But let our dear friend Ponce drink mee famous. a staggering burden to many property will be ready In a short time and work

let him live Being a owners.. begun as soon as possible; and ''th. r
at the fountain of youth; church
.. today. Let him roam over the length perimented. For Uiese reasons, I withhold my approval within .a completed ready' for service. '
the with, oranges tp *, .. few months.
and breadth of Florida where once .Contracts
was a have been let for three'
; ruled by right-of the
Indian supreme \ fine residences to '
be raised - built
on Wyoming
where the Mayor.
tomahawk'and the knife;
avenue at .
trail was blazed through dense forests thought. On motion it was agreed that the Work once.t ,.
ments. The on the new depot is '
; ofrpfne and gum and sycamore. The Council would immediately cnalde' progress'ngr .
hi a rapidly, and Its completion will .
4 Florida of today would have been a Mayor's objections above refered to on facilitate greatly; .',

i : revelation to the seeker of youth. ,' citizen began the ordinance. The station, handling of freight here. ,

.: For nearly four centuries Florida has Now, Council having fully considered the : 60x40 feet,will and be a wooden structure. "
'I equipped
: lain dormant while beneath its soil and that the objections on motion by W. J. Sears, ; amiliar device for the every ,
ducts of this proper handling
: in its forests millions lay waiting for seconded by J. M. Hansell (motion car- of freight. Some idea of

i the hand that would 'direct the way. I I by side with led) that the following ordinance, notwithstanding freight handled in this the amountof
town can be
{ For years it has-been slowly bnildfng tables may .the Mayor's veto: had as It is reported
OA good
J up in population and wealth and cities |j shrub, plant A N ('IBDJ.NANCK"ro"idln. for the IlIIw..oebr hat over- 60 -
.cars are held it\
tropical Uie City of Kluilmme o( Hoods in Certain on a
coastwise -
have sprung-up, spurred on I track elsewhere
Amount for the of ; because the freight
the ot Pore InnlallliiK a Uu-
traffic, but independent of the' region ulnlpal System of Waterwoi k. and Sewerage, yard here will not accommodate them. ..'

:. j wealth within the state. | bread pineapple fruit, anil for the Bubmlmilon of the Queitlon of The building of the First National .. c
endowed Florida I S Much Issuance to an Klectlou of the Qualified bank of St.
Nature has richly ; Cloud is rapidly
vegetable. Electors of Said CIL,. approachng -
l' Its climate of a semi-tropical nature, Whereas. InatallaUun and of completion 'The new steel vault
ed to the operation a
I its rich soil-muck of a thousand years. 'Irish munlelpa sy.iem of Waterworks and Heweraica have arrived and have been put in

making, its forests and inland waterways and li deemed neoeanary by the Council at the Oilr place by experts who came here '.for

j -all these contribute to make itra cabbage of KlMlmmoe. and that purpose. It is a magnificent building
and Whereas, it will be
Bond Election Called n"' bond the City
of possibilities that are j jtisjt being of brick and
,Jand were in order to provide the fuud with which to stands very prominent
discovered. Jamestown oonntruc't and m.lnLeIn.noh Waterworks and In the center of the town visible to a
Millions are being taken from its soil Buwnngeeyetoin.end '* everyone who arrives. 'as -a thing of'
I show that ,
.. of Wh......., the exliitls legal bonding capayity beauty and
today to th thousands yesterday. Council Passes Ordinance Over Mayor's Veto convenience. It will
In celery $ of the City; baaed upon| the laat ..._ment roll soon
Millionaires live and grow richer yet in there is no and Election will be Held March nth on Ques- 0'1\1111I.\ available lor tt... purpose la tt: ,<& JHI,_ be completed and the bank' 'doors will 4
obicure of the state where only swing for business
... ; parts fresh Therefore be ordained d by the Couuoll Of open ins.few weeks.
.' i. a ,few years ago there was nothing but produced;' tion of Waterworks and Sewerage the City of KlHalmmee Thursday af temaon the officers elect
forests. These were the pioneers.The Section 1. TInt under and by virtue of the of the new Woman's Relief
or Northern power ....'*f" in the City of KUnlmmee br Corps were)
early pioneer cut down and sold easily Kissimmee Fla., Feb: lsf, '10. \I ELJCCTIUC. L40BT FUND. Chapter 6466, Acts of 11IUII. Laws of Florida th. installed at a bublle meeting "-* the ..

the vast timber forests, they dug up be To baJanae from last report. . .. .. ? ..$1793 n City ahall ' bonds for tbs sum of Forty Corps. This new organization starts
and shipped to foreign ports the rich can Council met in regular session, To amount from Tax ('011...tor, 12 77 Three Thouaand and' -Dollare, In Forty- out full of life and promises to becomea

phosphates that there exist, which, if labor being present T. W. Ellis Pres., To amount from B.: L. Collector ew 60 three bonda, to be styled "Waterworks. and very Important society>> in the affairs

f they had been distributed over the soil, clods; to J. Sear T. M. Rivers H. M. Total . ..,. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .1.411'14 Sewerage Bonds," of the denomination of One of the town. '.
single eea . . Thousand Dollars each, drawing1 interest, payable "
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By paid warranU
of any section of the world would have from the and J. R. Gilbert. Clerk. seml-snnualy,'at the rate of six percent New arrivals continue to. peer into

brought them ten times the wealth andve i To balance on hand . .. . . . ..MUM' 56 per annum, maturing lu Thirty Years from town most of them from the North.
old minutes of the last meeting were
i made for themselves enviable rec- year SANITAaT FUND. T date of lanuanoe follows: Five Bonds la Five Each and ..
.d every one has the tame '
robbed year and approved. Reports of officers To balance rom'laat report . . . t 08 OH Tears Five Bonds In Ten Tears, Five Bonds la tory
in native land. to tell
their They about
l',41ds: years examined and approved. Bills To amount from Clerk > 2 K4 i Fifteen Years, Right Bo..... In Twenty Tears, extreme cold weather
I the pine tree of its turpentine, and two to four approved and ordered paid .as To amount from Marshal . . . 2178 Ten O..... In Twenty-Five Tears, and Tea they have experienced, and all are) delighted '
after they had done all this they left To amount from Tax Collector .. ... . 60 40 Bond. In Thirty Tears, and the Interest andprincipal to find a place where snow and
of the
i i Florida, thinking that'll" all the ..vegetables: Murphy: sal. a> mayor. 1 16 00 Total l .. .. ... .. . .. .. . ..1 17877By the office payable of the Treasurer in gold. or ol ita said equivalent rid at Ice are unknown. Among the recent 2 anew

i wealth ef they te.i aa m.... al. J... .j . :SO0 paId w.rrents. .. .... . .. .. .. 8\ 00 bond. to be laDed bribe purpose ol City Installing comers are: J. S. Brown Manchester is
i In his footatepsS has come the substantial February 0'r feeding prisoner 1 .. .. . 2S 00 N. H.J. S. Block
p truck garderter! ,' the farmers 1 IJ melons : coal In M. C.. . .. . . 41 M To balance on hand .. .. .... ... ...118\ 77 and constructing and Sewerage a-municipal In said City.system of Waterworks St Cloud- ; Hastings t n

sal AO 00
:1 J cattle raiser sheep raiser lumbermanand matoes. Rmith Snyder sal aa e police police 8 days . . 18 88 To balance from lent report. ... . .e..6 47264 Section'i, That an Election be held at seearly Mich. ; J. H. Black, Fargo North Dakota al

the fruit grower. His forerunner : March- Roberson. ..1.. treasurer . . . 1000 I To amount from Clerk" . . 8\ to a date as practicable which the question ; B F. Cargill, Peoria, Colo. E.' 1

had never looked into the soil-he saw such as Gilbert, sal ss clerk ...r. .. .. . .. . V no To amount from Tax Collector . .. .. . .. 17 Ml having the be qualification submitted to prescribed electors of by said Section City, L..Depew, Peekshlll. N.'Y.J; G. A.;( Et-' +

I only the trees, their possibilities for pot&toell. b Ellis.; .I ."...'derm.o.... . . .. ... 100 : Total: ... ....... .,.:. ...;..".,,??..::.-i I 49091 1000, of the General Statutes of the State of tel, Columbus, Ohio; T. B., Fox, Syracuse k

: ., lumber, turpentine, and rosin, and the April:- Rlvern...*. .a".> ""<,'. ,.A.V...,..'..1.r.,.. ,.,.,/, I 100 op -, r CKMITIBY. . rUMD. T"; '. J/' Florida,'"lI'U be the'issuance- of said bonds, and Ohio; E.. T.' Sandom, Weakens ,
lands of pumpkins .. To baUfioe from last report fMtrtoi. ,,* p38898 the Mayor shall forthwith iasuej. his proclamation
vast possibilities of rich .. Kan. J. w
\ i i. llan.ell ,", \ ; .,) .' ' for said election. ; W Robinson I. Algonla,. Iowa;
and To amountrom '* 60
, $ Ii/r!!:. : Florida for fertilizing the poor soils of squash., M Pr.uo, e M N' el4tiE i, \ "f\i1i.00 Ii\\ll"-!!: "" 'I('.' ,clrJ5'ji", '* ;@ Sa Bvction 8. That the form oUhe Ballot to be H. B. Perkins, Ecora, Mich.; M. IL .
';I .tate.and countries younder. May- .. Nelson, witoe.i te..\\fj s << \ .' 60 -0' Total ,d) .... .. er is Scott, wimuaajee .. .....I .. .. .. M Communication .
demonstrated received follow. '
Now it is :
beyond .from
. being Bateman, witoea.fee. ... .... .... AO was BALLOT, Municipal Bonding Glen Ellen UL; John Morris, Fairfield .
: of doubt that the soil of June- I Mayor and'read by the Clerk as follows 1'
the question a Whlddcn sal I eup't ilreet work. 60 00 ,I Election.A.D. 111\.0, City of Klanlrn-' In.; D. W.Keen, Hastings, Peon.
: Florida is rich, far beyond the concep- peas cauli Hall rent . .. . .: 1000 : mee, Florida.*,.. The.citJsens of this town..." preparing i''

t tion of mankind. It Is almost a solid July- .. Tel Co, phone rent. . . .. . 1 GO :, Kissimmee Fla., Jan -, 1910. "Make cross mark (xbafore| the question of for a great event to take place Saturday p"

j. fertilizer the accumulation of ages of shallots and } Valley Oaaette. printing. .. 6 16 To the Hon. Council of Kissimmee City Your cbol.... February 12th. Lincoln's birth
t AlTy, guarding prisoners .. ... 18 75 "Vote for one.
e droppings from the dense vegetation of August- Johnson, labor.. . .. . .. .. .. ... 10 n I Kissimmee*' Fla.. For Waterworks and Sewerage Bonds day. A flag! poi 110.feet Ugh, wUI .b*:" a
} the land. In Florida it .Is commonly ley onions B Maklnaon Co.mdse.. ..... . ',. 4M Gentlemen: *' Against Waterworks and Beverage Bonds." raised and a thirty foot flag thrown to '

known as "muck" land. rutabagas. Orarea, mdM for oltr . , .. 176 Herewith I return the "Ordinance Beotion4. Should the issuance said bonds the breeze :
. . .. ... . ... The) committe* :in chare* ,j;
t It was the writer's privilege to visit Lbr Co. Ibr SI 67 providing for the Issuance by the Cityof be authorised by tBe required two-thlyd. vote,
labor. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 1000 then said bonds shall be Iercuo4.s.tDl' hare not yet perfected their plans, but'It
1 a few weeks a section of that ley cabbage Kissimmee of Bonds in certain to .
a ago Bobaraon. ; orders .. is understood .
October ; paid street work. 178 M law without delay, and the;Council shall, |I""* there will I be, speaker* .
YY country ".whhsel'.all_thoaa.pondittbns prevail -' DUdnfeotant. Co. disinfectant 167 28 mounts for the purpose of installing a fore such '-ace. provide. by ordinance) for of note present and an elaborate And ?

1 *- Wherein: the dead of..winter, ions, celery Brothers.teams for (treat work. 8800- Municipal System of Water Works and Ihe redemption of said bonds. maturity sad enjoyable is .

orange trees were laden with their and r14. Electric Co, material;: '. .. . ;.... 211 "I Sewerage." ** I for the par men!of die Interest upon the aame.Heotiona. -program- .assuredANNOUNCEMEjrr...., ,.
November d.u Psokinc Co,peeking tor B L P 18 I i That all ordinances or parte thereof . '.----' .
j golden fruit and gardening was in full On account of the in : .
engineer's delay
Williamson Co Saturn.. .. ... ...... S..2 i In coiifllot herewith be1., and the same art, l
awing. Where the unobtrusive violet cauliflower Sons oil... .. .. .. .. ST6B' furnishing! the plans, specifications and hereby repealed. ,,
,c. P""" 'vied with:the role in longevity and birds January- ria F A II Wka lo _tor. .:.. .. ...... 18 10 estimate for said system, I am unableto Read a Aral sad aacood thus/ bv unanimouscousvnt . The St Cloud Ice Cream) Pad k '.w(u.

of the forest were in full song.. beans, potat Dgbowe KM Co meters....: ... ... .. 01 1 r.;: approve this ordinance ,at present sad passed in open session this fourth! open for business Monday, February 7 Y ,
Osceola Gilbert.frt Ii P......:... .... .... .. M67 day of January A,D,181a 1 : ( ,
Kissimmee, in county,-,Can- On the .. . for until you have the compl.ted."lane. with-complete of Ice Cream-'Soda.
Meek, Insurance.. ._.. ,. ... .... at Iftj,I (1 -') T.'l'. LLLI& -
tral Florida, is ,, one of thou communities Klsalmmee. O-eratraet, line work ...... ..... ... ... I :S5! etc., as accepted by you, I have nothing - ""I'MIdeal of Council, City of Kleelmme Water Confectionery. Cigars; Glga* "

of .thar.erdant..t.ate"'Wbbre. the condition. : ,line work...,..?..... .......-.. 1 as upon which' to base 'my Approval. Aitosti. .. rettes and Tobacco. / ' >.' t

: II people are Just beginning to wake up to seldom Johnaoo, line ..or-.i! ;,..'.... .... 1&1 and there U nothing "''to put before the 'I. GILBERT.. "Yo4 are-.cordially invited"to ylalt bus '. ''t
o'r .., HD. work.. ....:....... . ...... 1110'' Clerk of the of Kieslnn
t.. ,the possibilities of the land. It was 11'1r lower line work.r..... .. .. .. .. .. ... 2111 voters to show them what they may City' ? and enjoy a refreshing eoid soda or one.
r[ this little town. on the shores of Lake winter has eneecute.line work.- ... .. ... .. .. I60 e ;pect- to get for their forty-three. The roU was then called by the, Clerk of our delicious ice creaia. sundaes. k

Tohopekaliga, at the head of navigation but Mils, IntallaUon work.. .,,. .. .... M a: thousand dollars. and the vote recorded as follows: Ayes, Everything new, cWn and;aanitarjd ,

. tit of'the Kla.lmmee'rlver. that'the done by. Dana.sI as aup't: L P.....: . .. ... 14000 The engineers' preliminary, estimate W. J, Sears, T, If. Rivers, T. W. Ellis, We make .our own (Ice cream of s pure; t i
Gilbert, sal assetf end .. ... "
cot a I: L P MOO
I' writer got an Insight into what Iii being newly set '' CorDeU. UuUllation... .. .. .. '.. l' 30 calls for fifty-eight thousand dollars,' J..M. Hansell; no, H.: M. Pfann. .Motion ingredients. W. 'ask* you ,to try, its

done in the way of developing a land trees. B Maklnaon Co, mdae.... .. .. . .... . 00 which amount, however, he says, could for passage of ordinance aa stated and then- t .

that heretofore has been ,considered With a ..., wood E L P. .:......... .. .. .. . 2* ea Jbj' uuefi; about 25 per cent by cut- having received. the) required twothirdsvote "If it pleases you, tell others;; if not, y
". worthless, from an agricultural slandflpoint. Gulf and .. .. Lbr Co, wood E L P. .. . .. .. M 78 'ting off was declared passed. tell us." .,; '
a part about
/Onra\.ree', wood loP.. ..... . . . IK 44 say one-fourth
j nights are B Carson, wood ELP. ..... .. . .. .. .128" of the city, leaving a rough estimate of There being no further bualn.... /, Verjt.rufy' :jours.
. t Kissimmee'a history is in the making.. quiring the IfoLangbllnaUassoartdger.: t . ., ... MOO forty-three thousand\ dollars to'equip Council adjourned to meet In regular 6-11 S., F."HAflmX,'JK.,,, ''

Three or four years ago it was a able feature i Par gen of' .. .. ....> M OS three-fourths of the city.:. This amount adjourned session Saturday. Feb. 12, '10, '"
little Florida town where ,, .CUrkaon.balsalas aoaVenger.. ...., 100 Canning Factory Needed.._ -
sleepy .W. parative (fort)}three thousand dollars l) 4s just at 7:30 p. m. TT W. Bum Pre.. ., '
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boxes of oranges and-grapefruit"wereTCi'ated It -' I The Locke Treasurer's,poles for BLP1. for month.8000 Ol the limit of our total bonding=-eapacity, J. R. GILBERT.: Clerk,,,, __ The following Is Just a part'of a 'letter -.

: each season for ithe. outside with ( is as follows report: ; and yet no provision will have been from one o'f.J{ ..lmm..'*: new. elti?' {

market. Cattle raising ;was practically Is worth as i .IIIQt4L FUIII made for the purchase of' a lot on -- day-Pounds. zens to a friend in the North 1

the only industry upon which it based stay here i balance frjn last report- . . .. 1 IIfI.'I' 81.lve4 which to locate the septic tanks or for lire Everett Clay formerly a Tampa "There la no'place in .the United y

I its existence. Vast grazing lands wereon matter of 1 from .....baI. . ... . i77 00.I..d the fire apparatus, which will be .1 necessity boy, but now one of the popular: con- States that can offer a better opening, .
every side and thousands cattle unknown from Tax Collector .... .212 IS8ve4 for a canning and
from Clark" . .. . 8 78 if we are to get any reduction in ,ductors of the A. C. L. Ry., was mar preserving factory.than ri
I I loamed through forest and glade 'and never been insurance rctes. 1 have obtained from ried January 27th to Miss Lillie Pounds Kisiimmee, Florida. Hundreds of t
I Total . . ... . . 11800111 I'i ;
i prairies. tracted in thousands of dollars worth
the Southeastern. of fruit and
., ; Tariff Association a of Ocoee, Fla., at the home of the
( Then a* newspaper man, Stonewall death rate i By paid warrant IfI7 48 copy of the rules governing insurance>bride's parents. They came direct' to vegetables are goingto l / waste here for

Jackson Triplett, in search of health for three to the To b.Janceon hand . I jug W ] rates, anti find that, .in addition to wa- Tampa leaving Friday morning for i the want of proper facilitfe- forserving pre:

I(\irnself and wife drifted into the littleJtown Under balanoe from .butt mutsr report.rvMD... .. .. 176( 72 ter works we would' require In order 1|I DeLand for a ten day's stay after them.- ,

for a short stay hoping against quire any amount from Tax Colletcior .. . 2nj ra to get any reduction in rates, a fully', which they_will be at borne to their -- I
i *Vfope that benefit might b.e derived tion to look amount from Bank. .000 fire Tickets for the'BanquetTiclfcts .
i I amount from Clerk . 10(7 organized department under a regularly -. friends at Port Tampa.. headquartersof <
I therefrom. That was the beginning. county. It : appointed chief, a sufficient the for
for himself Mecca of oW.. . . . . .. . ., 8M 4eP I i groom. the Board of Trader base' 'r. 'at !
Triplett made a place on a Ii ...... .. .. . ... ... .. RII! till quantity of a specified quality of hose, The bride is the attractivedaughterof quet, to be held on Feb. 14th, will, be '

little weekly paper tea the Kissimmee crease in ro balance on hand,.... . ........i 668' *1BOHOOC hose reels each to carry, besides-its Mr; and Mrs. Pound. Their many put on sale next the O.c eol*'*
.. Valley Gazette, and" he is there 100 per cent hose, two chemical fire ex I friends through the state extend to Pharmacy Members are urged to'se

today. Old residents" say 'Triplett has who comas balance from but report ryND.... .. .. ..I 14\' M tinguishers and hook and ladder wagons them all good wishes.Tampa Tribune.Mr. cure their tickets as.early aa''possible,; '
1 made the/town. others. amount from Clerk 3 & to. also have two chemical fire
4 extinguishers as the arrangements of this ''committeewill
Sloan In the
Harry was city a
Triplett had been a traveler and. he months ago amonat from Tax CoU.ctor 63 All
I to each
wagon. I few days this week transacting business" have to be governed by the nu' s
was familiar with Florida by .reason of ( ) Total. band..6, 201 81 After bonding to our total 'capacity and greeting his. many friends. of members who will attend:' }-., ;

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mjlmmia.( . ....fc.....*._%. Appeal, to One's Fancy! | Sick kidneys give many al .t tt 'tPl

,, ,INSURANCE '--. fI'= A \3e utifu1, l Bungalow"'I on theJ J; tress.Thq' secretions are .dark.;, t1s'att.d. Estimates .Furnished.AMN. 1

THEM KET A BIG FEATURE.It 1' sediment, .
**, *r silvery, waters of. "Hillsboro ,

'Examination of 'Titles a ', .. ., f"% Bay is an ',4tf nex ta my splendid (ful.-Passages are' frequent N: '"",,'. '
Backache la -AGENT< : FOR.
the constantly : .
Sanitarium. ,
Should Bs Built In Csntsr of X Cpnvalesy t. ,/ .
lI adache., Qd dizzy
f Specialty. Town and' Should. Carry a Supply of centsare treated to Pleas re'I,; qupnt. spalls :r)lia t Pftmou 'Mcnga lumps' forArriiation 'and Drainage;' 60.OOO, to'

Good' Substantial F od.- School, f,I, trips either'By land or; water;. 3jij The. weakened .Jtldneys/ ,.J 1.600OOOIpallonp; per hour. : .. .1 l

.Correspondence! Solicited" house and Clubhouta$ .. Necessary/: i'ij in my Automobile oft; Yaphtj &I, haUontp't delay? Uso-a, Gasoline Engine 2 t6 60 H, P." Steam Engines, &: to 200, Ii,' p. 'I ,

In-a talk \befog/ the Civil club of remedy. . Boilers Any Size. +
from to the
'-the..Sanitarium 'Ij
Arlington, N. J /Mrs. ')fary I'utUaou, ,//j' ,1, D oan', Kidney Pilli" cure ped Metal :Shingles;>> Qeiliiig and Outside; Walls-Any Design.
president! of t Ili New Jersey 'muau'ltI.'ederilletl yh/ Bungalow; This all l goes i.neyny backache and urinary ;- t ,I

ILORI EAt i ESTATE FOR SALE Club, pictured the Ideal' , ,
ment. AND '
.. village lit the following manner, : !' I I IIRO\t.! RENCES' Jihj
'J i secured expert assistantsapd : Mrs. T. J; Byrd.. of i :
home sites situated "Let fill take au Imiiiflnury journey
Beautiful wiMer "
she auld "ifi a ullfclid.v{ eluvntod app ;, am' especially prepared toy fij says: \ suffered from -.;'
;iii tbe Lake HetrloXo Florida. i/ pains in my kidneys. That .

'1.'xuckinggnd: Farmioit I Lands (In large or Hutucw_ towiF here Let aud there build bu'uu a l Ideal clpun.vlllajj1 wide treat habit.claldrinkers., up- 2, condition were weak of was the shown the I JL .... .... .... .... .::: .- .... .... ...... ....

>YalnairtfactKOCITY : - -- - weep; ''of gri'cimwiiril; -uliudV-i] wllli rijfortunate- -Drug Slaves and4, trad"fioan's Kidney I1f1)I'OU! bJ! j_wit;'M A o W7 . ea NaTMA'CH.: ,.

PROPERTY: A1 SPE 14TY= Guexend'cut, wllli- wlidlliiK road, a .J''; Cigarette Fiends.. 'nlPQSI5{ notice, I procured\ a box from r.I .

few hlllH and u cool. 'iilcluroHijud \....11.10 .'.\' :?I; TIVELY GUARANTEE Ai''CURE. Jt simmee Drug: Co. and began ,
Llatyour -ty with me for quick They brought me relief and'
prope tine stile through which a cleur. MACH BROS.
V ;1 Treatment private Jfc condition in ;
sales. happy rivulet curia In way untainted my evpry' way. I .
For sale by all de Men. ,
wlth\ w.ajkU used disease hurrying ., and' confidential. Write to X

M'.WI; BREAKER: IU VI/IM and unspoiled by the dumpxof . N.cents Y.sole Foeter agents-Milburn for Co. 1 Livery Fed and Safe 'Stable. I

.Box 175 I Kl-,SiMMKK, Kl.A.Osceolapuntylj rcfutje .ununlly
,, -" '. ... . airks.' lijt UH zee there Insteadlowers grass. Hiram J. Hampton M. D. 'Remember the name-
,If -=---, "- -;: = "': .
( on' Irds, FLORIDA AVE. COR. OAK jj take no other. WOOD---DRAYING: > \. .
"On one. ofabeite, hills near by we J 1 'n :
Had a roomy tu iKhullum&o. bin| which p' TAMPA; FLA. *I' $ Everything is Now and First-Class. We will g :

uothlntf better'Is k qwu where the Ji4! .-o! #i! .***********.***.*. Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service -
Abstract t Company tklnxH children of are life bPliiK. In common uiliicfKe, HfrflHe l In the and real In I f SALTED |i Day or flight. All Kinds '

.. industrial and orRuulc\ mutts with Heavy IInllllll .
Proclamation tbe
by Mayor | 'ALLI6ATOR"
._ no danger of forced mentality. x> i
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"Here we nol iitu>riilnc n with benovty AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE: 113.

O. P. GARRETT Manager of method. An a result borne- or > : BOUGHT BY THE "'"" "'''' "" ,., ,....,. "' "... ,....,. ,....,. ""'-
N liar\ of ...1..1.Elm"hm\ niulcr and by vir*
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coarse play aud disrespect are unkliown. ..
... -ludlvldiHil and careful tlilnli.. f lip oVfcbn authority vested In m Rear estate the Ct; )' ofsKI Iseimmen by the following Onll-
Titles examined and reported on lug tire eueourugedand appreciation "..w'.r .d. 1y. 75 Fifth Avenue \\\\\\\\\\\t..Nta.\t.N\\t..N\N.N\NNNNNNN\\\tL. '
Tae paid for non-rPMHIt..1t' In developed, with charm of manner \ NEW YORK CITY : ,
, and the cultivation of .the hiMilthlostbodies. WHAT IT MEANS !
enl I
Instruments relating t. c ia'" !
AN OKD1NANCK provuH II' for loHunai'el by Writ for our 1..lo/lu.. . .. a
carefully drawnCorresp3nleice the ( It.r KlHSfr 1mi..* of tiondH In Cirtaln! J kinds, .nd Blcoa "f tilde : i "..?'lu fl "In the center of the town near a = t Neon a banket little or no on],lul and" | one) with\ n l large onpitnl. I Ij
J !1 Solicited, Amount. fur UK I'uroNe oft I W.1.dHIIII.Iu'. ) Waters =
I, few choke tfnpps and offlcem we llnlau u.... '. M\H\..ln of Waterwmkh and yiw.*'.I", ;: & Carson J A IHSK'H CAI'irAF" ANI!> HUKPl.l'H = .
airy and well built market whereoily end' | fur Hit HutiiiiiMNioii. of the QiieNt.'nn ofm = I I. 110 fund< thai iirdilh th" lipitHiior4 from. I-INH., ,h'r..rnr'lhu larger It !I. ibffrHAter .. ........
the best.and purest foods can bo .: OUR AGENTS : = protecMo i the 1..1..111.< ] ... tin r TliU bank h i. n =
bought not neceasarlly luxuries but > h J--imui a in all l.lis-tioli of tin QnnllftivlBU'Wor ................... s Capital ..r. .. f'1O.' ) ,INIj =
of said flly.Oni. >xur.Iaas{ fund' of ,. I;.HHI, tin ..
I the substantial varieties'that iiinke \ "'. hihUillHtton. BIII l OI""Btl"| of aiiiiitilripu .... .to<:ikh'lldHrs* 11.10/111 'a'IINNI' I.' = ,
BargainsIn blood and muscle strong and of good l. 1.. H).I<'II.f HuruorkK nail NewrrnireI I -,-, , ..
5 A total of {II.INNI IMIThl.rncats =
1\1l1ll1y-a place where It IB not Bufllrlfut I I'd, ni-fiMxHr} by ,Iw Omm-ll' of thu CltJ .
,nunudh.d.Ira' eoalddos
J. E. + Lbstwein114IuunII I Il onr,1Pp11.Ilair. = 1 1oenL
to simply, label the contents of or KIMIIIIII.Mmi.l' Sharp & l'hl. rotertion l l iii'lor "01'. '
packages but where 1la i-t \\t"'rp,,. II.t.lhnW'1".....r> tii>ta'IIdtlapcitynl j .
I -
all kinds of Real Estate. tell which beefsteak linn had its juice unit r lo, iirovhlu ,the 'faints with. uhu-h totii.iriii't I 5 STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE = '
Fire and Life Insurance and anil l niniiitniii .Miiihitlfrv4irLit' and J JK i I ,
extracted what fish and fowl have J'1'.M.I.KS' = -or-
Arm .ur's Fgrtil;zers. Renting been embalmed, what unln ls died In until*, ) .I"m.. H"I) IN' = I CIwfIMMBI' FL0.c *.. .=. j!
11 "Iy.-ras. tb. +'X It ins I.'iis huude "nuuunty 's
and CollectinaRents. a disease and what fruit b1l8. hid Its I Ili." CII)', Ilsael. non n .h,. ,Inn( an.nan'.''I'u I I i r A ("An.HOVlHi'tillt 'f UN M I.KB:!: N ". I.AKHOI4 1.. .,..
Taxes paid for fermentation Staple.and'Fancy S ', \'k..I'.I.Io.oo, I ..hle,
Specialty. natural
the .
slopped by i. "'i ..vm ll.ilil tor till* .purpitM'. 'IN I fl .1.I '. $1,. p
Non-residents. use of preservatives.: '1''In rt 'burr, !I". it "h.hll"\l h) ,the ( oiiucil. ..1. =\..................................................................; :

"It Is, In fact a-place to buy food tl".CI ty of KirtHtmniHe.ftloii ,
AN1;: lug.iv>1 : ; : I : ) --
wbere one IM not III danger of O'ic'slife -i.. 1. ThHt. nadir tinil l>yirtu. .* of II""I'd .
R. ::0.- MEEK or, worse' o'no'tt health'St every ? .. ri \'( lu the City of KlnKimmm" !,' .|. |. Mil mi U 'I'l'H +++'l"l'++++4-*+H--++4-+++++++-l-H-++l+ i I < *_ v.

turn flniilHi|. '04'\A.\ AI.t. of IWB. Ijiws of rlorlitn. tin KISSIMMEE i!
City _h"III".e Its lH nrtn for the sum. of Foity ,
Klssimmee, Fla. "Let us .perbnpH. build two churchesla : .' THE CASH.STORE
'three'1'hou"and aiul No-IUO Do InrH. In 01'1-
our beautiful village although that . PHONE 176
Ii...- hoods, U> be atylod WnUTWorku audeuiTMKe .
may be one too many, but let there be lionils," of the duii-omtnatton of One .

,A.ikAaa- one opening the gate of heaven ThoUHand. Dollars earh. drawing iuterebt. I")- First Door. North of Postofficei
:Notice oJ/ j'in-il ; f.
through tbe Intellectual door or under abloeml-autiu.lheihar.toof nix percent
M. TILLER the portal of the understanding wbere put auiiuni. inaturiuir In Thirty Ynara from Application for ) \\\

reason relgna and science proves. Then 'Inti-of iHHUsnoeaafolloWH' Five Uonda lu Five i there you will find SHOES, HATS,
a little farther on let us End another, Tears, Five liondslo Ten. Years, Five hold inKiliwn Nnti< e IH herrlM irivi-n.llmt the I
Real Estate Agency.rNaNNNNNNNN. I Ij God VI'..... Right Bonds in Twenty Ynsra, u. A'lnnni-liHi..r'. .,.f n- &..I..Ut.f
bringing on earth through the aid DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allofbest|| '1
'i' Ti n lloiidn In Twenty-Five Yours, anal TinBonds "I'oin-r. doreKM, will enaunrdsy. r
of the emotions, with the heart the *
41 -
j . x
In Thirty Yratrft. and the luteront and 1"10. mast* rum itli-nit fit l with
Realty bought and sold.) knower and the senses trained to love. principal payable In gold or Its equivalent at Judge "( UO'f'O a Covit\. i-txtnof quality and lowest pricey. > 1 ,
Let theuj both be beautiful but let us the ofHce of the. Treasurer of amid City mid apply for final' .tj'h"rvr..e. ...1 Houses rented. II' go first to one and then the otbet' till bonds to be betted for the pnrp of Installing I',".2-A: "I'V. E. I. I I' ...........
Taxes paid and Titles ver- } In the future they imlte. and constructing a municipal By.Ufiii of Wsinr- Aob.lnl.ln'0'1 I Call Before Buying Elsewhere -

ified for non-residants.! I "Our community la made up of Work and Kewerage In said elt,; '"-""'rno ,I. ri.) M.

Fire Life and Accident In- J homes, cheerful normal, happy homes. Section :: That an Election OR held at lit - -..
+11.rlllllll +++++++++i H I +++++++..+++++
surance., rCSlU: f Individual In expression, co-operate In early a date as practicable at which the nuts- j
Indemnity Bond| B> management and lovely in design Lion to he submitted to electors of said City, Notice oi Fini --- -- ", .
having the qualifications prescrihod D? Section
where the atmosphere la the gulldlng for .,
'." y1 ipfw yr-ir-iis .- tr aft element, where nothing la held.thatgives like' of the ueuural Htitutes. of the stale ol Application : /
Florida,shall be the Wxuance ol said bomls.. and TO ALL WHOM IT MAY f(""' .
v .- --. more health trouble and than .worth where the Mayor ahail forlhwUh Iwue his procUnu- Ni.tlft-IniH-hy(t1\'"" that,li.' N. F' BA'SS
harmony; happiness leave
LIDO for acid eleollon. n. (guardian' j.f oI lra.MI.i.e, mho. r. \\ .
not a crevice for hell to peek through. Station 8. That tbe term of the Ballot to be day the li'Hi d"5i o*, ,<,in... v. p. .M '
Da. JOSEPHINE! ggIIPER "And now a little walk to tbe right used at aid Election nheul be substantially ai ooloik. a. in jTWM'ir t to.'y flnnl r*>|M.
and posltll.the park*we -are led to f '+I' "rt.. .
: 'twFICVAf.'r nd..II. Irnihtlun'' in the "ni ty JndgP'e\ : 'I CONTRACTOR
the village'clubhouse a fine pleasure .IH! COIItI .. .
Election\ A. D. tulO, City of KlHHlmimev. ,
OSTEOPArH''H : edifice equipped for all ages. It la a Florids."Make i Cone for m) ifim-horse" nt Jr A,".'
place where play aud-gymnastics are iliiior. .htiiN
mark (x4beture| the quention ofvour '
6radnate of the S. S. 0.. and supervised a place for games of all choice. I ;,1-i.t inolhi) ( General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -

sorts with rooms for music, art dancing "Vote for one ,-- ,- -- Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether ;

.. Still College' of Osteopathy. etc.. and for% that foolish frivolity fur waterworks aDd Sevrermice. BolidK.jaiMt it be a Two-Room Cottage; or a Tourist Hotel .
h r( without which society would lose Ita Waterworks and Sewerage Bond" J. F. HARRIS & --
Specialist In dUeaaes Women and charms. tee ", RBAUESTATE '. Cl, a Specialty WELLS
bUdren. Consultation antS examis- two-thirds vote -
I be autborfcwd by the required
i MH., wa keep our band to the which
he has met with the greatest
n success
jatioa free.aMood.ysod. .. cl .
than said booda hall be l m according to
wheel and help to usher in the new Buy .0tl..II..1I kinds n tel! ,
of in Florida.
Thursdayat e"enIDIlI.'t.oltloe law Without CouMil anall .be I any man
village home If not In detail at leastin.eeaeneea Proitarly. a KIM rtaltv. orrsn ,
Graytton Hotel. fore such 1...._ provide by evdinainpe for I
home where one might .
the redemption of aid bonds all naturity andfor work
f free the spirit by just living where ., Olive him your
the .,payment of the Interest w\.the same done.Kissimmee Fla.
doctors and lkwyejrs are the' minimum ,,8eotion:\ .- ThaallQrdinauoes.wp.rtathereof will be well and. quickly I
jL111 in number and teachers are the-maximum In cOIililct'he.wtlb. be.:' and the same are, '

: BOlOR "a place where only health la hereby rep....4. '
known and where the'whole air thrills Read A..t and aeoond time \t* unanimous .1,
with life." conceal and pared in optib aeaslo.this .arth| ti

-..' day of January,A. D. IeiOt.! "' ''''''''''''''' ''--''''''''
,.b. .. ...'
-' Town Named Peculiar.M (seat" T. W.Preildeni i J :
'Name It something peculiar: was Attest ""of Coancll._ City b*wire of getting tLe

l.Estate" the closing phrase' in a letter we received :l.aiLBKRT, tate* Ceffea: cuftomttyta Holiday Goo ids !

: '4 a score from of year the postoffie ago when department half a dos- Clerk of th. City of Kisdmme.I .;. in your footwear at jAN' ;.
had been suggested and T. M. Murphy, aa Mayor of.1 eaM City of a Pric. is to
en naves Kissi hereby Proclaim and Peel'a re '
for ofREGAL
come to w a pair
down the
aU turned by department
were that a Special Election of the'quasUWd roteraof i \
FINE > : OF ,
for little town la Cass county -
said City wlU be held at the City Hall in said '
>KIS3I>; 1 >18B. FLORIDA Mo.," said a leading grain. and City,daring tit.*legal hours of YO""" .on Wed. '

'. stock man of that place ..- the!eth day of March A. Pi 1 .IO. upon 6 CUT GLASS ,\
"Well, to make a long story short, the question ol bonding the City is the sun of SHOES .
-VV' X we took the word peculiar''" and sentIt 148/100.00, said.....e of bonds to be lamed upon f
,- .. back'to the postofflc department. the terms and k> the manner prescribed In the 1toq 6.n .., .,.. -;;_ PURSES, HAND BAGS, PAPETRICS, -

1IPaYAICIANANUeU11i10N.-:( They approved It,, and 'Pe n11ar' we said Ordlnans te D*load .i.U>*........... ,

k Uttwoawca:f mourn n.Orngsi .r 1'1t ptnrr.a ., J 'named It, and It .baa been known a* The followla qualified voters'*s.. hereby appointed sin New York ms>. -bmk.6r..aa TOILET CASES MANICURES ETC. 5
FmowtP.. ... =,hats.; to sera aa Officer of said Election: .. L RepI l i
-. _. that ever since. R.D. Juice, W. s. Harwell n. K. Bratton, aslonpectoni . : *
( J "We have a !good town and' don't and A. 8.Ullbert;, M Clerk ...r'.,. we.u CALL AND SELECT YOUR GIFT

WWi RSON. D. D. S. mind how many jokes people crack at In wltneaa whereof, t have hereunto set my pn JOG ia

our expense. The more they talk I..d.. Mayor of said City and eeoned the Corov.teellatnfthe.ndCity . KISSIMMEE-QRUG.-CO ,
"" --"" .--.NTAt'PAftLO"--I I 'i. :
:about ns lh< IastefWe giwrv"-' to he- hereuntoeiaxed | __, .__,_ _
MIVSHtt BUILDINQ by Ita ClerlrthU, the second *ay of Febru" ,

OVBFt; O8CEOLA' PHARMACY I B. a Friend of Ho.... cry A. D leT(). $350 I """' -
[Btirnid T. M. NU&.T, .
When ;you want to buy an article of Ma yorof the City.1 KisHlmmee.A I
OPPIO'.. HOURS 1 S TO TO ? S>MONBIS* merchandise buy it of a reputable ielell( ) $400 d
home dealer that the profit may remain it tut: i
J. R. OlUBUKT.llirk $500 .
to enrich the community. Send

I T.ft./ DIVERS, /Jt d.[,D. your cannot money purchase abroad at only home.for Home what you talent '

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I home labor, home industry, home .I, .

i Office over Oncpola Pharmacy capital to be fostered and home,-encouraged pleasures and are patron things W.. C. BASS GEO. W. OVERSTREET, Prop. :

;.J puriMirBt. F'ltealdettcs ra.3 ized.
. Whoiesaleland.RetaiIIDealer +
J0ffl sssssssMssasssswsaassiiaasMaaBMsMsiHssss.ssssassk sss s-asssssivassss i sasss ssvaK ,"* Livery Sale and jj
fa Boarding
Ho Advertised at Last. lOa) .* ,

Dr. F.: G.: Thompson Here Is, a lesson In the advertising ,

*. andSURGEON line from the Mall Order Journal: Fresh Beef, Pork land I; ytr.. i f fI Well equipped with NeV Stock and Vehicles and prepared -

j PHYSICIAN There was was a man wondrous In our who thoughtha l3 to meet all demajids vllh 'pl"rtect'Ba.UalacUoD..

Offlc- Phone 64 Residence 126 Ha swore by all the fabled -od. that he'd
+ ; ,
. never advertise.But Mutton N Hauling and Boarding Horses a Specialty.
advertised, and therebyhangs .
.*, OW papers b. bought irranjr quantity alas ho t

. at this offto for 20c per 100. The very I ad; was a Set tale.alas In nonpareil and .headed PHONE 44. N.a : BROADWAY--PHONE, ]102
, thing to put under matting or carpet. "8h.rtffs Bale." -
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I Jus't, a Few W or'ds' About' .

H EggplantCulture .,
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,, i,, r .: The accompanying picture, was taken October 1st, on Edges
F water Farm. The seed was,plantQd July 12th' and- in 70 days crates of ,":" ;
" fruit were ':ready: for? the mnrk ii.: .M".' O'Herry shipped 2OOO crates,
<( from four acres before Christmas: ,TI"sprOluct.Hel s readily from$1.65

, ; .. ( $3.0O per crate. Mr. O' erry produced$1,800 worth of eggplant one
season on 1 1-8 acres of land. Mr. llllliard made $,1,200'on 11-4: acres. IO'

.. while his neighbor,.Wcathtirby, made $1,000 on two-thirds anTicrei
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:: ; EggplantIsonlyoneofmany good-- paying- product- r ,
raised here. On Edgewater Farm you will ( )veraLcarloads,.
cabbage sweet
s of oranges, grapefruit, celery ''lettuce. and Irish potatoes

'I beans, peas, corn" )hay, besides-- lots of horses, cattle_, jiossjtaiid_ !
4', ,{ chickens., W js---: J-4.$ 4 ? '
I i This part of Florida IN well adapted "to inriry: industries that bring > s
wick and profitable returns.! Our railroad facilities arc first-class. r-

., markets good, people kind, sociable. and generous.!' Climate hcolthful\
and ccidcdly pleasant. Many people are coming' here and locating '"
Property Is constantly growing more valuable. Come, let us reason together r
and show-you the "llcal. Thing."


SHOWN IN THIS PICTURE iu four years and bring good returns./

.'"! .r h r T.-, }lbl 1 1i 1r The little Miss LaRue is a Kansas production, but now a resident.;!. '"

of Kissimmee. Groves in this vicinity have produced more than

$500 per acre in one season, and furnishes an occupation, both

'-. pleasant and profitable. '

5 We have grove property for sale, ranging in prices

+ fA ,ra $1,6OO to $40,000 and can suit any reasonable minded from'I I .

chaser who will investigate what we have to offer. We will cheerfully -' n
'I'f i' send a booklet describing the Bryan $27,5OO grove and
Ii'I iyN farm to any one desiring it. - . ., .

Correspondence ,

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New York Medical Authorities Claim On Lake Tohopekaliga. .4 I .
Sail Juan ,Garage S Bunting Fishing, Shooting, s' : : .1
Dyspepsia to Pre-Disposing Bathing, Golf Tennis Roque, .,
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.. Cause of Consumption. ,:Cricket. Clock, Golf, Baseball. .." .- /

'; ..Trap-,Terms Shooting.$2.50 to $3.60 per day I . .. J'' : . FOR !' .. .. J '
: "S N Company 'sRL t statistics of the big $15 to$21 per MMMHB week.. 4," .' .--- /Y'.'
: New York hospital. show .that come To Our Friends: t7 '
eases of consumption are due, at least Come and try a meal at the ,. 'MEN;
; NDO. FLORIDA. 'S hotel.. Single) meals hoc; 21 ,
.. indirectly, to unchecked dyspepsia, especially meal ticket $10. Rooms $1 per.
6 when the victim was predisposed day. :
..... We are the agents for E.* M. F'S to tuberculosis. I' ,
Rooms in The Inn annex for '
'and: "Flanders 20 Automobiles ,and ;I brain.Dyapepaia. The weakened weara 'out, irritable the body stom-and rent for COo rates and by 70o the per wee"bight.Spetual : or ',.; 'OHIL'EREN. . '.. ..,.,
j; "will'toe able "to make on ach being unable to ..digest food, .the ; -" .. ," ., l
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theme body does not receivethe required nourl.hmebt.and -
': : these 'cars-reports to cqntrary'notwithstanding. l ,. 'the:' ietim"become.'thin. ,' Hi:>W. .TH'U RMAN. ...c I'IA FUIL ST Cg\' 0 S C'hFR.I' .. '
'1' '. weak and haggard.) A. a result the r Ot>HIBTO*

r" .. \ 1 body becomea'a fertile: field in which'the I'' . . ,. ,
germa'b/diaeaae'ma.y and fto riah. n ;Prr" I I
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o oo dyap pela.>to ,..yrcgreaa unhindered iauiltyxof I I ; .. I ...
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1 : denlopm t'of one of"thi moat inaid- ;:: r
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A : Dyspepsia. may be w lyer.dkat- .....--, en x fl ..-1{ "', t., !, ,'!
ed if property treated.' Wes U a remedy 01 I 8. z" B!; i .
I V that we positively guarantee.will +;.) aL3 :: :
SELLS THE.BEST AND Completely relieve indlgeation'or dy pepaia I __
or the,.medicine.mad during. the .. < .
trial will the-uaer : ; '' ,. . . . __ .f
PUREST. o'Hu: jw '':;
... .remedy bas been named Rexall 1
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.:, QFI'OCER'IE.S could Dyspepsia be more Tableta.fair; and Certainly'no our,offer; should offer :t!; 5 ..............NNNN :l.

,' be proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia j:: ::J 8 -
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-'- -- Tablets are a dependable remedy. ._ .a
Ihapmuclf-if aa-It the does medicine not benefit-wfll-"co! tt LSC-- .Jst KEEP YOUR 1 I Y .., ;)

Aftd'-De1ivers Them Free you urge nothing'Von who are Buffering with yoUrwe indigestion 0111 ; ( ...//0. j,
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t, or dyspepsia to try\ Rexall to 0 ,,,_ : r _ _
Tablet. A 25-cent box ___
Dyspepsia contains :
Stand North Kissimmee. } Z ,_ THIS SPACE' if
Old Collier enough medicine for fifteen days' ; 4 ON r

, treatment. For chronic cnses we have I ain ,
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two larger 50 cents and $1.00 ,,
Remember yon can obtain Rexall Remedies ": 1 ....
Kissimmee Wagon Works in Kissimmee only at our sture [U : : ,
I. _. The Rexall Slope. Osceola ,Pharmacy NEXT:
\1OPPOSITE..JImISTIANcmmCH: - WE=EK; I3P ..' .:\
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Under:New Management With Enorough Experience and -to-Date Orchard and'farm,with 860 bearing' PLOWBB : . .. ).r:
>L Blacksmith: Wheelwright and Horseshoer. "\ orange trees; grapefruits, tangerines, i EEDS : -,;,,
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JJ- JAlloKinds. -" .. .
naval trees '
aatsumaa oranges pear "
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".' Blacksmith Wheelwright Work,and Horseshoeing s olives, mulberries and nice shade tree' BT MAIL ORDER A'L, Th ."1 J' : -+
a Specialty.[ around broom house; good water; 60 W....til ihlp any oi9er Mm* do, M i.aalT4TE8TKI c ,
acres;,7 acres in cultivation;; 43 acres > HKKDU.' i.BURP&I'II.
'Th UrowWALTON /
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SATISFY. good timber; aituated on tile rock: road ABED: CO..7 Occam St.,JckomTill I Hotel KISSIMM.1 $;;,itq' : 1.)
-I IPou1try tk .
one mile from city limits, on main road e.prlt..R.medlM.* Florkta.Insw>tleld...Wrtlfor .l : :
Solicit Your: Tra,. .... to St.Cloud. Price$4,000;liberal terms. Cslaloo. !
.. 'Will Treat Yo.aM.fctpwit ... J.C. GRIFFIN I I .Arthur---- ---El: -Donegan"- ---; Kissimmee" Fla. .at74m . t I\ .: .......... NNI NN. "::"::ii :

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A PARADISE$ TOWNJfTAfTItems , ,, SALE l! r Jsffc mftm ssmsfcf j|**f T -.A..A.-asMT SsMsT ssHsLJssJL sJKsBssI asm BSslXJBMUHfe. "i

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23,000 of TimberLand
Office in Valley Gazette Building.tmswrxLoactaowootnfTY.FLi What the Tribute Say of '
Chicago $
1 of, General. Interest 'from the on railroad. ;. '
This Greatly favored and Beau Thriving Little Capital of 20,00.0'ncrew of I'hps- BEST AND CHEAPEST '- ,!

.w. II. HARRIS, Editor. and Prop'r. 1r tiful Sate.n phato Land. d' I "!i,
.. Prosper Colony ',
SUBSCRIPTION: '. KATBSlaovrMM .. ----- 29.500 acres. of PastureLand. 5 W. 'T.'a SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1.-For Spring application on Orange II

I ?w...:.....? ............... .11 00 There li a new "land boom" on that I Mrs. M. J. Thomas. ,]. Trees, and for first application Watermelons, Vegetables, etc .
0-_... ...ta..t.......+. .......... ,to who arrjved last ji. Nothing produces more vigorous growth and It fairly GLUES the young ,
.. bids eclipse" anything of I its kind week-from Urbana, JIlt.; Is.very poorly, 50,000 acres of Virgin .J fruit to the citrus trees. ,;'
"Ab -..;..iotiuiM, .v Mt from nf ....u..t. .-.' ever Inaugurated in America. For yean but we hope after .a rest the change of .Timber on railroad. :
,. mx i.._. ........... b*mifrtd by u.. writer Florida, "the neglected state," has climate will be j SEMINOLE TREK GROWER. The one strictly chemical orange tree ;
... ....... i. to her 24.000 "
rneet.r will not ivtnrMd acresturpwn- TJ growing formula on the market. 'A,happy combination of our W 'ri
"! ..u.I_ lor.._. _ _ been known' principally as the winter'' Mr. W. L. VanDuzor'was. a visitor to tine lands 80' with ] ,& T.&Special Mixture No.,.J and th. fruit.and vine formulas i!
f playground for the rich. Magnificent I Taft last week. acres *.'t.
":...... at I.1..11 ... FI ..e. "7
-... aoFritlJaq hotel along the eaat coast of Florida! .The ten :owned by the men putting 10 acres bearing orange. .PERUVIAN made ORANGE TREE'GROWER. highest grade. formula' .
with Peruvian Guano exclusive base.
''''---'- : :0: have catered to.the whims and fancies I.down the artesian well was burned'last grove. as an . ,... ,

Feb. 4-:1: 1. of tbo e-of unlimited wealth' ; fabulous 1 week caused byja spark from a, passing In! acres In city limits, RAW GROUND BONE.-A very large supply' just received:;. '

fortunes have been spent In providingluxurious engine. \* good house and outbuildings I IDEAL. RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An'attractive souI "
...... - Bonding Dcction Called .I__ Accommodations for those whocmJld.efT'ord A union Sunday scbool was organizedhere with 3 of bear-' I venir showyig,the results gained by industry and IDEAL METHODS. ,
to escape from the rigor of lately with 32 members enrolled.Mr. .
In another column of this Issue will the northern winter and bask in the Maces house is nearing comple- ingorange grove, 15 acres!! J WATERS & CARSON GROCER CO., .

," will be found the Mayor's. proclamationcalling shiiles of the rfect climate of Florida. tion and heir expectinghis family here fine truck land, with artesian address 'r

.. for a bonding election to be held .Paradoxical as it"inal sound, it mightbe soon from South 'Carolina. We welcome well that now over or ,

Wednesday,. March 9th, to decide said,that the rich-tt> .more or less .all such ,as the Mack family to 100 minute Wilson SL Toomer Fertilizer Co.
whether the city shall issue bonds in Idle rich-have ben the pioneers of the our midst gallons per .* i .v.J FloridalleV ::J ,

the sum of 143,000, for the installationof new Florida. \ Mrs. Covar spent the day with Mrs. For information Write "V 'W U' U ? ' IL. 'r
a system of waterworks and sew Men of affairs from the north coring' A. S. Lenington last week. .
crage.Kissimmee. to Florida to' disport in the surf atplm "Were glad to say that -the little L. A. MINX & CO. .!'

ii now experiencing an Beach or to idle away the hours In the folks, wbo have been sick are improving KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. . ,
era of unprecedented prosperity; hundreds orange groves along the palm embowered and some ible to be about again. ' "J
of people from the North and walks of Daytona, could not close their Mr. Kramer')ot Qckley, Iowa arrived '
West.are coming in and buying property to the of the State. here
eyes possibilities Sunday afternoon with the ,
;. with the' expectation of making Upon every hand they saw evidences of view to locating If please which we : Chicken and Egg Farms ,
their homes and enjoyingthe enormous agricultural wealth simply, hope he is and will remainWHhus. i _
many blessing which nature has so needing the man behind the plow to develop He reports three feet of snow at'1i'isJ
bountifully bestowed. They will not, lU wonderful resources. Theysaw home, when he left there last week. W 17M Kc ,
however{ be satisfied with the natural an empire in itself providing everything Postmaster Sphaler and Wm. Sphalerwere Kissimmee sends thousands of dollars away \

advantages alone. Many of them haVe necessary to health, wealth and in Orlando last Tuesday transacting for eggs and Poultry to other States that ought \
been accustomed to_ modern conveniences happiness of ita inhabitants It was not business. to be raised here. ".
which must be provided by difficult to picture Florida as a future Mr. D. W. Prescott '
was in Taft last
This is the
quickest and best for
crop', ,
man, and without these we cannot hopeto agricultural paradise where wearyof week on business. per- {
wtth towns sons of small means and large tm .
compete neighboring ray.
the fruitless struggle: ag'dlnat reluc- Mr. .and Mrs. R. A. Kerr and two
which have'all these to offer. Prosperity -,,rant nature in the north mighteome and children were visitors. to Orlando last .A.. western agricultural expert declares the <'
rte- la already here, and we can only almost for the asking take fortunes week. E. P. DAN hen has become the most valuable l living crea-

keep it by continually going forward from the fruitful soil of this wonderful\ Mr. Hammond's.-new; house will be a) ture the American farmer possesses. '
and keeping pace with other live progressive AGENT FOR \
otintry. for
ready occupancy probably this week. February March and April are the monthsto
townsWe To such men to think was to act. Co- : Mr. Carl Louck has into the
also owe It to ou.selves and to gone Motor set hens for winter layers. .
operating with tho railroads of the State chicken business find is raising Rhode Gray Co.
our children to safeguard the health of "
always the advance guards of civiliza- Island Reds. Success to him. .. .
our city by providing. waterworks and tion-they went forth .and spread the Mr. Herbert Watkins and family are KISSIMMEE. FLA. _. o
sewerage. gospel of Florida. They poured their comfortably located in their new homein .
The question 1s now squarely before money into enterprises designed to develop East Taft, and things are moving THEO. G. HOFFMAN CHAS. DAYTON I ::1
.. the-voten,_and it is up to them to decide its natural resources, end in every along nicely. ';

whether we shall continue to go forward way known to man advertised the advantages A. S. Lenington_ is fencing;' his three The Hoffman .
in the march of take Painting
progress or of this section of the United lots in the SphaUr addition. """
a backward step by refusing to sknction -
these bonds.HOMESEEKERS'. States. 1 Mrs. A. A. Uattersby.- of Orlando.. Company FIVE ACRE rvIUC ACTS
Gradually the farmer and homeseeker spent a few days last week at the Len- .
of the frozen north began to sit up and ington home and returned on Monday SEE
RATES take notice of the "land of dreams." .last.
The reports of the :wpnderful productiveness ' Mr and Mrs. Dennis' little son is reported Leading Painters of Kissimmee J. M. WILLSON.F

Transportation Committee Secures of Floritla read like fairy talesto much better at this Citing, and KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.WhyPay .
the discouraged agriculturist wrestIng -, we are truly 'srlad to hear it. .
Establishment Month Earlier. an existence from his barren field. We will all welcome the warm weather OUR MOTTO: "Best of workmanship -

lion. C. A. Canon Chairman of the He found it hard to believe that in again. best of material, cheapest of
Transportation .C mmitteeoftheBoard Florida the soil produced three and Mrs. Isaiah Thomas stepped on a prices" has brought us since six years Sixty or OfleV

of Trade hands 'the Valley Gazette the sometimes four crops in one year. It fusty nail the first of the week, but we all the work we could do. Only con

following.communl.satlon from Passenger was impossible for him to conceive of a trust no serious results will come. tented customers and much praise. '

-.s Traffic Manages W. J. Craig, of land of perpetual sunshine, whose ten Mr. Wm. Sphaler,returned from his Twenty-sour oears experience. All we Hundred When You Can 1 -- -
of is .
of be hunting trip and fine you to continue your confi-
the Atlantic Coast Line. or twenty acres ground could reports a time anda .
While the communication leaves muchto made to produce more than 100 acres in gain of 15 pounds to his weight from dence in us and we'll do tte rest. -

be desired in the way of homeseek- the north. However, there were enough feasting on deer and game. 6I. t Buy the Best for
en' rates to this section, it shows that venturesome spirits to take the plunge Mr. B. B. Prescott, our meat market -

the efforts of Senator Carson and his and see for themselves what this newEl man, is now opening the market on 1,

committee have not been,.altogether in Dorado had to offer. Wednesdays aa well as Saturdays, ,andthe HAI\LE\ I. BOVER Seven Fifty ? ? -
vain, .. they have secured the establishment What they discovered in Florida is people are made glad twice a week ,' ..

of the homeseekers'.rates from history. They found indeed that the ,anyway. CIVIL ENOINEER AND "
the Weat a month earlier than usual, half had not been told. They' found aland'ihere Mr. Hall of Kissimmee brought a SURVEYOR \

,, and those from the North .two weeks fruit grew wild in luxuriant party of homeseekers last Saturday : 1760 ,
earlier. profusion land where the soil produced but we have pot heard what waa'eold.. College graduate. Extensive DdJoiubtg'Dud' near Kissimmee on 'I

The matter was taken up too late toaocomolIsh almost every crop'that could be Miss Susie Slade of Bartow was the good. roads In the flowing well district. Title ,t'
a great'' deal. this Lesson -grown in the north a climate that exceeded guest of the!.Prescott family last Saturday experience, on municipal .and gap- perfect SEVEN FIFTY . -: -, .- ---,-'- "'1.'

but Mr. Carson-will keep up the agita-: the liveliest imagination a country and Sunday'and returned to her eral l engineering work. All work per acre. ,
SloG am4 hope for better results by teeming with possibilities. They home on Monday. carefully executed. Why buy wild land when you can by the best' .

next 1ri at.ers' -- fouad..tbst celery could be made to Elders Joseph Argyle of Utah, and improved farm in Osceola county for less ?

Wilmington C. Feb. 110.Mr. yield as big) as $600 an acre profit, C A. Nelson of Idaho, are guests at the Office in Thurman Building. 160 acres with stock tools money '
Prescott home for few poultry all
C. A. Canon, Chairman, grapefruit MOO an acre, potatoes and a days. goes.
all kind of vetetables aa high as $300 Dv W. Prescott is digging Nancy .. Terms liberal...
KUalmmee, Fla.;, OFFICE: or COUNTY JUDOK.PrMtiM :. tISSIU U ,:
an Is H wonder thatthey Hall potatoes and is averaging 600
,My Dear Sir: acre. any
> named it the enchanted land bushels to the acre. .
,7 ,.Eeferring --to tie question of home-
;'seekers' exctursiont to Florida, ''and our It is almost impossible to' describe 'Rev. Calloway, of Orlando, and W. =AT.LA.w
: E. Murphy 'of Taft, are holding a meeting In Ctnuit C SM1 I..s"u.-.a. W. L. VAN DUZOF.
C'+' .interview In Kiaslmmee. January 17th: Florida without re.oureeto.uperlaUvea.It at Conway this week. IDed.v-a.. ,--",* Lass sums ,
Aa explained to you at that time, it is easy to understand poor Ponce-deLeon's ..d/UlwoHndciMBta Ukra. .
Mrs. Arnold of
will be impossible 'for, th. transportation faith in his fountain perpetual Conway spent .
b I day at the Murphy home on Wednesday. .
'a Unrs'to 'establish'the'low home youth after one bas experienced the ;)
....n. exturslon rate* into .Florida> : delights of a sojourn in Florida No pen GAME LAW

during the tourist,.period.; The traoaportatioD can do justice to the magnificent vistas from their Jand-fro .F1orid. .... ... . ere law Seed ,Potatoes and SeedsJ!
assist er seems
companiia.hava .all they can of waving.palmsluxuriant ,vegetation Florida offers more' inducements to .. -r, ?.
'de to handle the. Florida''.Traffic southbound and wide sweeps of primal) verdure. "'' these (I lasses than any; other one spot w PLANTS CMUTIMCI. I r "' .'I

,; Qnr ,Upmen .'. U that BUtesMmeseekere :a,Florida offers! todaymore opportonita.'to on earth, and while.,it has taken a long I r. -crash'..a I.rMe. .-.......-. "We make a specialty * supplying a
tim ,'for Florida to into her ..... guaranteed Aristoolc County, Main*' t
are availing themselves olIN the poor i man than any other own bu deerPreaching seed ; ;
t .. grown only stock'that should
ow"tourist rates and the;privileges, section: of.the country.. .A little capital 'the next yearor two will 'witness the .bmik..... T the following varieties: be planted In Florida- s).,. ivQ cry

w pf,,the _.. The.. tourist tiok ts.are goes along ways here. 'At the present "enchanted,land" taking her' rightful '
vaUabh from practically every coupon time good farm lands can be-'obtaIned position among the agricultural States at St. Cloud :
'' in tie" low and ten'' of the ,Union.-Chicago'Tribune. Red: Bli'srf Triumph; Early: Rose, Rose-'No. 4 (
,ticket kncy country they car as, as $10. an, acre.; acres Sunday school every Sunday at 9.80 Beauty of HpbtoV

ry liberal stopover: privileges, to'both properly bandied should yield It produce Old papers be Sought In any (Juantlty a. m. Preaching first and,, third Sundays Dakota Red, Pride of the South White ,
,dt.ctlonsrtoytbr{ with. ;the. +.Ions. final. profit of (2,600 a'year.. 'The farmerIn at this office for 20o per 100 The very at 1030am.and/ : 6.46p'" in., second Bliss. ,

llmtt. Us' Florida doe net have to work 'as hard thing. .. --to. .put under, "'matting--- !. ;.or.. carpet. !nd fourth Sundays at '3 p. m. tf Our prieee are right: Remember that \

j h 1 have given, th. matter sometttdy: as his brother,in the north..' and be"real : r .., - . Write for catalope: SeedePoultry: Supplies, Incubtori.CRENSHAW I
'and toveaticatloo since I 'was in,: K..- hies. a'' great deal more for_.hIa',labor. .
t '- aimmee, and find that,'a large: number Owing to,the richness of the soil,:-'crops

of bomeaeekvrs 'ar s, moving eo the win* spring up almost like magic':and .at' a 'r; ..,./ ;.., BROS. SEED COMPANY Tampa Fla. 1,
? ;ter tourist'' ratea. :1'' have 'however; time when the northern fanner is plant-' THE; 'REASON WHY ,

connect' leg'hi: crop the Florida'farmer is'"almost ',. A. E. PRQUQHT Lxoal: Agent.. Kissimmee and St:dloud.'
reedy market his first crop yield.'

f- "ers' xcurslons tat<-rTpridav"beginnmg The movement towardFlorldaisbe.- +
t ; 'such1' Weatem '' coming more and'more pronounced as
March 1st, from!; : pointa'
aa these,,tickets;'....',available. This the,northern,and' western homeseeker not
..excursion,,coming sa it does W .the 1st becomes acquainted with actual 'conditions .
of March, will give homtieekers an opportunity of this State. No efforts are'being

11.1, of,seeing' the conditiona that spared by the railroads and other "
t you'gentlemen fell ,are necessary for large interests to properly advertise -' r
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':the-development't the various propo- this marvelous section. Millions are being !

aitions throughout the State. spent in this educational work and I IS THE BEST STRENGTHENING TONICfor
., On. March: ''16th,- the homeseekers''rates the result is apparent in the thousands above ,
': 'will be available from Waihing- upon thousands of inquiries being received Feeble Old People, Delicate Children,Weak,Run-doyn Ing.The U. S. :DeP&tment illutratio: of fa from Ph psi of he Plant Industry. Bull .
Agriculture W. t
-'"tonrand'hisTateironrWashington: to by the different' commercial associations Persons, ,and to Counteract Chronic; Coughs, 'Colds and. heart of the city an4fa covered with l'AROID D.Co- Iti.ioeatedin the "';1

It Kissimmee will be$25, as' against S27.06 1 of the cities. of the State.. Bronchitis,is because it combines the two most world-famed also IIICII P4ROID for stables banaeb,WU'ChoIIIca' FINO.,. ctc. It The Government PAROlD J-' :''. .
'a reduction'of,$%. & from our former It Ii only a question of, a short time tonics beeauae i fiDda aothiegu ecoaomJca1. tlaes _
'irate.. ,To St Cloud. $26.oo, instead of'arr.G when,.ln tead of being known .as "the -the medicinal, strengthening body-building elements PAROW fa the Idol roofing for being .table.,abeda. poultry hoawarehoue8 --. -- ".
: rich man's 'playground: ," Florida will mod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron, without oil oF grease, pcrm&aent.,,fa outbuilding.10 ,eta. rally valuable for roofing aidhg.' Itie

TheM itxcuniou: will be thoroughlyFk answer to the title ofe the "poor man's tastes good, and agrees, with every one. , tar,does not cr'IIclIi easy: and Jar',1.doee: not spark run and f.a finder_mer.proof, slate'color: ,.contains DO

'advertised and the co-operations'of all paradise." .N thing can atop the tremendous 'We return your,,money without question if Vinci What Call for fa free Rood 101'the Government of wU1 pee equally good foryoe. a."

our connections will be invited towards side of wage earners-farmers doe not accomplish all we claim for it. to-4ato J'Wlt17 suit samples Fares Building PAROID I'1au and tree ece Just w Est it ie. 8ee1 of..,.
j making them a great success.Your. who have tailed of success Is other and In the asking. :,

very trill,. Jess productive 'sections-and home- ROBERSON'S PHARMACY, Kisslmmei W. B. MAKINS0CO.

-' W/J. CRAJO., seekers looking for,a place where they:' 'Klssimmee-St. I Cloud :.

cc Passenger" 1 Traffic- Manager" I,can live,in-comfort- and realize H, -*a living! J 1 i . .., .\

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'i following Ust Is 'U e Result a choice lot of new boob
'< / PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ;:! For Sale-Three good mules and three now being read py many '
Mr. G-E. Turner, of St. Cloud, spent dose and Attentive Work ,
: ,- NOTICES AND .,' \
-BT'w. -- good horses. 4-tf J. W. MILLILHave. Monday In the city,. Through purchase and'
The following pupil. of the O ceotaHla'b | contains about 260 vol
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the line of Regal
seen new liu''ilxteeo
well ui
i' you Wanted-To hens and two books are bound
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: Oxfords just received at Dann'sT 6tfI School have pot been absent ot Remember that our special ,. and besides
: roosters, A. S. Nelson. 6-tf were
tardy for the month ending January.14, begin next Sunday. Miss, Tucker:; great care so that moth;

! "" r-; I I I Tennell Soaps, agent and remedies for Sayman's and Ordway's Vegetable Mr. and Mrs. John Naven of 'Coving- 910, have made an average of ninety be with us and ,lead both morning I objectionable. nature has' I

D't Weather Report P1'stera. 4-J8t-pd. ton Ky., arrived,In the city last Sunday. per cent In their studies, with riot less e\' nllTb.\ meetings win
Carson has been' selected
.. Ir I( ITbe- Elks Minstrel to be given *Feb.* than elghty-fi per cent In any one..ubJect ;- through the week; The hour for and she will be ready to! 5
Use Plank's Chill 1 6th will be from and' not lees thanninetyfive ,.In day services: will' be' si nnodnced every Friday afternoon
a laugh beginning to !
?. the daily tem- Price Sold all fI
Following teed cents. by :
: argil, end. "* 6-2t depOrtment: ;r. :- term. .
; j .-V '. and precipitation druggists. ull7-8, ,,, will be from
: pefatures V purchased
: FIRST Ham. The District Missionary
t'' ." Mrs.- Hale of Birmingham Ala. is 1IAD1D-LlUian Thelma Bfrtow that"" the Osceola
T the Government supplies so High '
>, reported' >y For hefs Incubators, poultry stitute will meet at Wauchula ",
.II'' '" 'Station at Kisaimmee 1 for tbe and Arthur G. Dustin strain hen on a visit to 'her. mother ,Mrs. Gilbert. Ruth Mitchell, Mary Spelr, week. soon boast of a library '
,. Bandy. Elizabeth R ckette. Bell Ralph f among the schools of the ..
'" ending Feb. 8, 1910, White Wyandotte e Pt see G. E.akach. Ray {
t" :\', week : : Eggs H5.00 per hundred. 6-tf, Wantect."Te" .eJLlL.AnlLj'oung-m r6 hlllips!! ,_ Ad.- Gilbert: _Jo eph. ..Sears At wfell attended -7

',' .AX. mi+. sent '" cheap. A.:ID. Thorrpson Park Hotel Carle!: Graham, Lon Dann Jr; a meeting of .
: Write .. or t F. M. So,this week the following i: R. .Celebrate.
Kreaa & ,
Friday . ." 72 66 .80 for lace: samples Company of Val Torchon, Cluny R. O. Meek's office. '- 6-lt-pd SECOND GRADE-Jo. Maktnson Ruby elected officers for the".ensuing \t",,

.J" 1 Saturday , 60 40 . Baby Irish at from 6) cents for ,two '. The Village Improvement Society will Grace 'Baas, Maude Tyner, Thelma I Mrs. R, M. Evans president; M. Howard Post, G. A.' 'a..' "

el elA. Sunday. . . . 66 35. . yards to 10 cents per yard 6-2t & 10-2t meet Un' the Council Chamber next Veodall, Florence Hill' Irene Franklin, T Phatter;; Mitchell rec.:vice secretary president-: Mrs.;:Mrs.H. : .preparing 12th, in honor for a big of cele Lin,,

Monday , , 71 49 Help Wanted: middle-aged womanor Tuesday afternoon at 3 c'clock. Lenore VaoDuzor Lucile Whldden I Bratton;.cor. secretary L!Mrs. ..;.' Memorial services will t

Tuesday. , 63 40'' ". 'girl 10 to 12 wanting home *il) do Mr. G. M. Young who recently opened Mamie Riley Julia Graham, F.lJlnl.1 treasurer; Mrs. H, M. Pf arm, '-. hall at 2 o'clock. p

r Wednesday. ... 70 38Thuradsy .' wen to write me for particulars Mrs. .a blacksmith and repair shop at St. Rexford, Carrie Goodwin Fay Tyner the Woman's Missionary Advocate. the public is cordially u h

1 ... t . . 73 48 ,: A. S. Lenington, Pine Castle Florida. Cloud,was in the city Wednesday. 'ercie Oliver. I Comrade memorial Norman address G.will.Coop be ,

,' Oct. 22-tf. Mr. J. M. Gardner and Mrs. J. Z. THIRD' GRADE-Ned Bullock, Lawrence Real Estate:Moving Oberlin.Ohio, and sing-,

--' The Tampa Board of Trade has just Roberson returned home Saturday froma Hansen, Stratton' Story Frank Mr. Arthur E. Donegan A. R. quartette! .

issued a' handsome souvenir booklet, visit with relatives at Cairo Ga. ,. Bryan, Edgar Bryan 'Bernard Meek the Pinedale Land Co., reports the M M;
.> KV "' '''''''--. containing half tone illustrations the Henry Singletary Mary Singletary lowing sales of ten acre lots m for Sale. t
Messrs D.. Fjavid Imhoff and Lewis .
: i't principal buildings and various. places of lorst, of Lesueur Minn., arrived in the I Grace Gilbert.Blanche Davit, Frances .V. C. Ricker, Dayton Ohio Iota
\<,\ THE LOCAL FIELD.Wade ( I interest, in that city. city this waek on a prospecting! tour. Mitchell, Frances Tress, Berra Base, 85 C.and R.86.Ricker.- I Franklin' .acres lying ,along muek.Sugar- hammock'Belt,

;' It will be of interest to many people When you hear ,that chorus at the Milton Tiner. J. lots 61j j 62, 63 and'64. :' three miles,'from' Kie-
in Kiasinrmee to know that two carloads H. S. Penns Grove N. dirt road St. Cloud.
0 Elks Minstrel on Feb. 16th, you will say FourtTH GVADE-Guasie Winn Helen Riggins, on to ;
-- of 'attractive and low priced fur- that Bill has got them all backed oft the Perdew. Margaret Stanford John lots 65, 66!. 67 and 68. and small grove. Will
niture have been received this week by board. 6-2t Aloia Deitz, Sanford Fla. lot 91. or will cut up into tract' 4
theytuner, Orlando. the W. B. Makinaon Co, 6-lt Jann. Mary Hyde Doraett Goodwin Karl Schmidt Sanford Fla. lot hundred acres with lake "

Miss' Julia Humphrey, of Carters-- Carlisle Branson Tice McCallister Charles Seburg Denver Colo., fronts, ,:", ,y !
Dwellings; for rent apply to M. Til Miss Flora Farnsworth who has been yUle, S. C., arrivin the city last Bradley Harris Muriel Prentia. Dick 117' and llThomas.$.. J particulars write or call 'i

ler. spending'some time Mattie in this Bandy city left visitingher last I week and will spend the remainder of Bullock Earl Barber,' Katie Thompson Crawford, Denver, C Kiaaimmee_ F,)al: dee 10forlSale. '
friend the winter here. Nonie Driggers Lee Rexford. lots 119 and 120.
Another lot of all linen handkerchlefa week for Tampa to visit relatives be- ,
Thomas C. George, of Illinois #7
6-tf FIFTH GftADE Grade- Rexford
6 cents st Dann's fore returning to Atlanta. Amy :
B. P. 0. Elks-That'e BILL and he Nettie Hamil 113 and 114. / .
Makinion Newton Cleo -
Checked apron gingham: at StanfordCo' Mr. Clyde Edwards a registered will be here on Feb. 16th with his ton. Lucia Knight, Tonnie Base; Violet Carl Whitnerf of Illinois lot 116. acres muck hammock
that alone is worth the /
.. for 6c per yard. pharmacist of Williston Fla., arrived awkward squad- Bullock. Porchie. Pherigo, Clair Shall. All thea parties have- lying along Sugar
of the Seminole price of admission. 6-2t Bass Sam work to clear the land . three miles from Belt'f f
Hudson A
Sunday to take charge ;:: ,... neon Rexford ;
'Great bargain in wash skirts at H. Pharmacy, which is Being opened at St. Mr. E, Clayton, of Gunteraville. Ala. Story Glenn oee. planting the spring crops, and on dirt road to St. .Cloud: '
C. Stanford Co'.. Cloud this"week by Dr. J. C. Moore. a watchmaker with twenty-five SIXTH GRADE-Ruth Baas, Helen erecting homes thereon. and small grove ,
years Baas, Susie Bell. Myrtle Collier. Mau- -This is a recent aub-dlvielont COG"r particulars write for call'
the White Star Laundryat experience has accepted a position in ..
Mr. Chas. I. of Harrisburg, .. 'adjoins the city limits and has *
Home Boyer rine Dann, Thelma Dann Lillie Drig Baas, Kissimmee Fla.,
154. Redditt's
Phone J. H. repair shop.
the Store .
Pa, has located in Kissimmee and has gem, Ethel Gilbert Mattie Bell Harris extensively advertised in the _.-

ahirt waiat prices cut I opened an office in the Thurman build- Mr. Wilkerson will meet with theAmerican'Woman's Celeste Moeeley.-Lilliatl Prentia, Grace Gazette. k
,< See those lawn Co's. ing-next to J. M. Willaon Jr. Mr. Leagwnext Monday Winn Dora Newman, Leon Base J. For Sale.
in half at H. C. Stanford Boyer is a civil engineer and surveyor at 3 p. m. at the Christian church. Malcolm Overstreet, Marie Boyd Frederick j 1 Mr. S. F. Haakell Jr., of St. good trucking land adjoin. .

t For Sal"- good milk cow. ApplyJto and has had extensive experience in his All interested are invited to attend. Snyder. x. I is transacting business In the ; fenced; 6 acres under 11x1
line. See his card-in this paper. GRADE-Annie i things in readiness
It H. N BRATTON. SEVENTH Crom rtie day getting ; well. Price $1,000'termr;:
For Rent-A good farm 12 acres in Nettie NorVin Erg of his ice cre parlor at several
Tyner, Ruby Prevatt We. also have tracU 'ill
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnhill of loud
60x150 feet cultivation, 8 1-2 miles road
Buy a nice residence lot in the last Mar-I by clay Murphy. next Monday. a, and can suit anyone ;
shall arrived city
in Davenport. Terms to suit. 3-tf day to spend the remainder of the from Kiasimmee. Apply to EIGHTH GRADE,:" Aby Newman, Nathan -, -'-- investment.
6-tf HENRY HAnS I \
Eva Woodall
Edward Newton
For perfect fitting eyeglaaaes' and ter, and are stopping with their rela- Nina Bra turn, Eleanor Mil. T. Cox, of St Cloud, was in
spectacles, see Dr. P. G. W hite.Dresa tives Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Lewis at Mr.: H. Fleming has let the contractto Williams, Jeanette Lewis, "Beltie Pher- city this week and made this -
the Booth place in North Kissimmee. contractor M. 'Kelly for a two story 1 I pleasant ajl. I For Sale.
gingham 6 .to 12ic at the old Mr. Barnhill Il is tax collector of Saline concrete block building, 30x35, on Stewart NINTH GRADE-Lottie Adams, Lucy j .f. 4

1 reliable .tore of H. C Stanford Co. County, Mo. avenue opposite the Valley Gazette Buckles, Rosa Newman Marielou Fau- Notice. prettiest corners in Kis-
office. The work of tearing away the shade pretty view of the..
Good location! club rot, Lacy J obnson.TEN"'H .
';1, For Sale-Residences. The young people's dancing en- old wooden building which stood on the Corinne Notice is hereby given that house. Price 2000.
good water. 48tf G. F. PARKER. joyed another delightful hop at M akinson's ot, was completed last Monday and the Gilbert. GRADE-Helen Chase Feb. 11th is the last-day on which \ if desired.
-I hall on Tuesday evening the music for the ia taxes can be paid andKaualifv to FIi
Foundation new building now NELSON REALTY Co.
12J cent and 15 cent value White Lawnat being furnished by Prof. and Mrs.Newell ELEVENTH GRADE-Clarence Johnson, bexheld the
In tie election to
laid. The lower will city
being contain
10 cent the yard at-Oann's. 6-tf of Orlando. The club is now story Phyllis Jarrell, Iris Oliver, Lillian March
which in N.
two rooms, will occupies! Saturday
,: ,. giving dances twice each month which Contractor Porter. 'C. L. BANDYV I Photography. .
LaRue serves only aeal-ahipped oys- by T. W. Ellis and Mr. TWELFTH GRADE Black-
much -Marguerite
."e .: ", No melted ice to destroy the are its proving members.a source of pleasureto Starling, the tinner. The upper story well, Annie Carson Battle Mae Graves, Tax .. I to make photographs -.
contain four
,'7's. flavor. will office rooms. Bessie Moseley, Virginia Tiller Essie -- -- -- at my studio located just, ih

Buy'a 6-acre farm from the Daven- Mr. W. W. Young of Liberty Center We receVit'y' received another of the Winn. for Exchange. Ry., Broadway, ,r
> .... to tmake outside
: his wife has
seventeen mllea Ohio, who accompanied by
$ rt Colony Company booklets issued by the Wilson Toomer
house in reasonable.
located 8-room
3-tf been spending several days jui this city, Beat
-,. of Kissimmee. Fertilizer Co. of Fla. '
'-- south Jacksonville ,
Notice FishermanNotice
y tAirchttMx on Wednesday a lot in the which have become such a feature to mee with 90x160 feet of ground J. A. LANCASTEB.: : .
Co'a. department O'Neal Onborne addition, which for land. Will give time on
Go to n C. Stanford & on the growers of *. is hereby given that the law '
the originators he will winter home. Mr or difference on al\ fair and
store. They: are erect a This has moat appealing the lakes of this pay
one a title against seining county Wanted.
; ble basis Property will rent to .
also at ,
of low prices in Kissimmee. Young purchased property "Spring Fertilizing for Profit. We will hereafter be strictly enforced. All
intrrest' on price of property
at Davenport Cloud and at LouRhman. all like the sound of the word PROFIT, parties interested will take notice and big Cranes' Otters andtbir j
New hotel just -
State price and ZfuD v
seventeen miles south of KIe.immee., Dr. R. N. Tracy of the U. S, Bureauof and as we read the contents we feel govern themselves accordingly. wjiehswritlng... Dr. .CeeU. ? '/
8-tf that the book has been well named. C. F. PREVATT
Good hunting and fishing. Animal Industry, with headquartersat
Biamark, North Dakota, accompanIed This firm is surely up-to-date on the Sheriff. For__Sale. ). W hington D.:C._,

For bargains in resident property, by his wife is spending a few practical application of scientific prinei v :r'..:':.
Pon truck lands and orange graves call on weeks hi' thisv counrty on a 'vaca- plea,. and the literature which they distribute for Sale. ..The only bakery at St Cloud; \ : .
H. M. Breaker Kissimmee. Fla., 4-tf tion and incidentally investigating the cannot fail to add much to the well; most central.location. Also Sae.NH.! :
adaptability of this section for raising State's prosperity,'because of the methods Splendid bearing or.nge"gI"OVl'. for ness and residence lots and murfor t
-After November Isth, wood trill' be improved breeds of stock. advocated therein. May the good sale: from 2 to 50 ,acres In fruit and tracts. Apply to'A. E. Drought lands in 6 an&lO acre,' ,

; ," $1.25 strsn delivered.' work continue. good; land in connection for farming at ance and -Real Estate. Agency Gardens.' Flowing w.... Ua "

? Kissimmee Lumber. .Co. reasonable prices and 'on favorable Cloud, Fla, on every traet.J V ?
Mr. and Mrs.
esif' Raymond Moore of The steamer Lillie, Capt. Clay Johnson NELSON REALTY Coir
terms of ""'- -
payment """-
For Sale.-Lot of fine celery and.let- Zephyr Hill. Colony Pasco County which was chartered by H. R. Go- 6-tf 'NELSON REALTY Co. _
tace plants at the Model Farm just. came up and spent Sunday in Moore forth J. E. Hiclcman and Dr. D. H Forty-four-acre tract of .)land
across the railroad from the Inn." guests at the Grayatone. Mr. Williams of Knoxville 'Tenn., for a miles from Kissimmee; one-half tor Sale. i,
connected with the colony company two weeks hunting and fishing cruise Fish and Oysters. from railway and packing house. '
? For Sale-Very desirable resident lots which owns a large body of splendid down the Kissimmee river returned Fresh fish and oysters every day in acres fine bearing grove, 6 acres :, head of- stock,cattle. .flrA. "
i lose to court house at barn prices; lands' in that section and states that last Monday. The party had a splendid the week delivered to.any part of the ready to set to trees, balance nice I k buyer. Address) I. F.

, excellent investments. t business la very .atl.factory.Mr. trip going as farcreeks south as Lake Okeechobee city. Bearden building [,hon. 17C her. All good land.' Price $ , J>l n. st.,Ocala, J-la.! sVlk

ary agent and thence up Taylor and Fish- CHAS. BASS.Fw vorable, terms! '+,
and Mrs. J. Harry. Allen of : for
: REALTY Sale.
Eating secured all the --- -- --- : NELSON ,
For Sale-On. ef the beet orange Winchester Ky., who have been spending .
o groves In Florida 80 acres land 700 a few weeks at Clearwater stopped came Including desired deer, turkey well quail andwipe Sale. for Sale,: ' :tract,:one-half mile fjes

frees; house best water nob.tterloca- over in,thjs city a d.yor so this they of fine ,fresh as water as largequanUtiea fish. Fin rich deep muek land in 10 acre cleared and plowed; ale
tion. 48-tf G. F. PABXEK.FOB week on their,way: home. Mr. Allen Several excellent building nice land. .Snlendidlfer
Upon their arrival here Messrs. G.... tract and put down a good flowing
owns some property in this city and is 1100 No better land easy term Let us show you city. Iota ''r *.
forth, Hickman and Williams boarded well at acre. J
SALE "BLtP.-I"our acre orange JfRW.n
naturally pleased with the big development ....... '- IS ...NIILSON.-R..TY: : o. ..
the first north bound train well in Florida, NELSONREALTY I ; '
Douse and other ._ pleased ,
= "- I grove buildings good, good 7-room artesian well; in Klaalmme. ,now taking; place In this county.. with their outln .\ .. '*- ".I ;.:.: ,.; .: .jo ''I-' : I, -" "f "
Apply to L. E. LIHD8Er, Dr. F.' G. Tbomason received 'a tele-
i "j'sgborn. l" from Jacksonville .
gram : on. .Tuesday
stating that Mr. W. M. Williams, who flag Dedication at SL. Cloud.
I. Piano Tuning and Repairs-Mr.. M. was formerly engaged in the turpentine ti.
I': Stoddard representing the L ddenCampbell business at Ashton. had suffered a Editor Kissimmee :p'Gazette: ,
.." .\ Smith Music Co.. will be here stroke. Mr.. Williams is extremely On Monday evening a meeting of the
.. .
citizens of St. Cloud ?
First-class assembled m the
,I: Monday. worltmanahlp'J popular in this county and his many
Leave orders at the Home school room to consider way and means)
friends hope for him a speedy
** -. ion recovery to erect a flag pole and dedicate a,flag $ r

For Sale-146 acres, containing a: A merry party of Kiaaimmee's your to' St: Cloud. The. meeting was' ex-
nine-room dwelling two-story atore- folks came up to Orlando afternoon tremely''' enthusiastic, and the 12th of
> house and barn-good land located' on by auto. The yesterday. Februwywas selected, that day being \ t'' 't K '
"S railroad. A big bargain at $1000. I of Mr. Lawrence McCaIliaterr Mr. La- the anniversary of- the death of Abraham '
' J. 3. LOVELESS. Kiaslmmee, Fla. valette Buck 14.. .. Myrtle gccalliaterand Lincoln, our martyred president

1 Miss Helon Madden. They were Committees were appointed, the name
'" .1.1or For Sale.-20jures ot'land with 300: accompanied home by Daniel McCallister of which will be published later. A 1.(4

bearing orange tree. Average! crop !' who is .an employe! of this office. barbecue is to be one of the principle
800 to 1000 boxes. Price, *2,5oV Will s rllUJl! ,?.ReporterStar.Mr. .- events for which 2.000 pounds of meat
.. sell or exchange for smaller place.. I 500 loaves of bread and 50 pounds' of
P.-G.-WHITE, I : W S., Alyea, the well known coffee will be provided. It If the In- j \' '.<
tf. Kissimmee Ella real estate de.ler.1., having two hun- tentkm, ,make this a red letter day for
i dred acres of hiv,large tract of Jam St.'Cloud. "T. C6i. Committee.

la. f-, Artesian Wells-Parties desiring artesian near Lake Center enclosed with a bog .
wells should see me before having proof wire fence, on which he proposes OverstreetMflJer.Married .. 'f'
I drive wells size and .\,
them driven. any to raise sheep. He will begin with a "" n. >
any depth. Prices, reasonable. W. F. ; small flock: and If the experiment meets at' iheJiome-of .h bride' .f? '!'t'

_Hamilton_ ,'at th.I.J.aJcCLlJO\l'eo\ :.. .; -4tpd hia expeetation.rlnere.11I.ranch'l.olarger ) parents on Shingle Creek, on Wednesday ', !; ,

e Hana-lne.-If want a neat proportions!: In the future. evening Feb. 2nd. Mr.M. M.' Mil- .
Paper you "F'1
ler and Miss Gertrude Overstreet ,
a job of paper hanging done drop a notice Mr. G. 'K: ,Turbo; who Came here The _
wedding home
was a quiet affair
in the poatofnce for me. 1 have a finer with his family .from Washington: state only the immediate relatives of the con-. ..'
,': line of New York walr.p.per samples' short time and
a ago purchased a home tracting parties being present and the -1"J
which I will be glad to show. the Canon '
ir. Addition .North Kis ,..\
ceremony was performed by Rev. T.. J.
l 2-tf .JOHN G. HOWARD. simmee ia 'already 'an enthusiastic Mitchell Of the Methodist church.

BUILDING Lots ''on\< SALE at reasonable Floridian and one of our moat consistent 1 The groom ia a member.of the firm of

,( prices: Quarter-acre lots ((60x180)) boosters. He has made many improvements Drew, Miller & Co., turpentine operators -
$25.00. all cleared situated in North I! on his place and is, this while the bride iI' the charming ,
Kissimmee less than one mile from week. setting out a ,number of fruit daughter County Commissioner E. L.

Court House and High School on one .trees.f D. Overstreefbotn of whom are popular -
of the main traveled streets of the city: I I with a large circle of-friends- '4 h

1 f also.'six-room house and half acre*of Revival Meetings( .-The- Valley Gazette begs to extent .,.: WE HAVE A FJLL: LI.NSLOE' '.'"p
]| rround for $400.00. Truck lots 1 to .10JBicres : congratulations.Miss' "
rat $60:00per : As announced elsewhere In thisIssue - -- - -
cleared ready for the plow ; t 'q ," "
f acre. For particulars inquire of. G. of the Valley Gazette revival meetings'will Elizabeth D. Woodruff the " ". '
J. F, Kribbs, at the Court House begin in the Methodist church-next Medical Temperance Superintendent
Sunday. Miss! Emma for Florida of.the W. C. T. U., was! i in Enamel and Graniteware 1- -
Florida Comrades- come;to Carleton and successful worker of rise. Kisaimmee last Friday with her splendid : : 1,.
no Colony, on Lake Loyal. Have been Fla., will be present and ( exhibit of charts etc. She placed < d,
here 21 years Highest and healthiest services. Tbe pastors and members of them all about the walls of the Pres 't,. .1/,

spot in Florida. Purest of water. No' all the churches, all strangers and citizens byterian church. The rt&rta, together in Kitchen : :: "
Everything Furniture. :
malaria or bronchial trouble All vegetables "
''POI ; who are not members of any with her splendid explarlation of them; .' ,. '
grow; two garden. a year Fish church are cordially invited to attend. are Very instructive. Some of the ", w
t '
and game. Just the place for old vets JAB. T. .MITCHELL Pastor. I I teachers took their.scholars there for* .., ,,"Ii" 'jl."t y ,
to live on their pensions and escape the half hour's splendid instruction. We yl III iI' Lc, .. -..;
I blizzards of.the North. Board reasonable : 1280 acres timber land well located 'arbYRr M !''O S C O L'AN A '
'hope Miss Woodruff may be able to be ,1E !L tlQ W.AE co = ::7'p.:
; Stamp for;;, reply. G. C. Smith, and cheap. Pretty little colony the vote on ,:

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., The" Waters, & Carson On. .That'u lnM,'. Wilt and Minimi Build Up Ute Trad.. Credit. i
This .. not a boost.for any premiumcoupon (, .. .. f. ......., /-
scheme as we are opposed to '
this Ipetbod of attracting trade only .,.J"oI' : IN o'
: Grocery Company 0 _,
,: along scheme teglUraatd-which we'lines.'commend coupon beingone f .. 9. #;', 1'I": : /

f ,*-,? Wholesale and Retail Dealers in- .' of great merit 14 one no
,doubt well known to the trade all over- '
the country. This particular scheme is
, t :GROCERIES one that.we'believe will minimize the '

". credit bualuesN and_at the same timeIn
a, afore where It has never been: tried 1
I may prove an innovation that will DaveiipoftSeventeen
, ", .WE SELL WE BUY bring new trade to the .tore.

: 1 *J ..0 Small books are- printed containing
HAY'ORAI'N- HIDES coupons of the.value of $6. The coupons
5h In the book'come in one cent, live .
0 '. cent, tenjent-u! FURS .
I nomluatloiiH and are so divided that .
FERTILIZERSSHINGLES WOOL ell'h'hos an equal or proportionate
'amount, milking it the
.. t''V' -* book to be used up poor thno
AND of the "differ -
without OilY shortening -
ent 0111 tH. .
t, ORANGE WRA'PS ,ALL,. Cash is paid -for*these books ID advance -
and wheu shopping the total '
1 VEGTABLECRATES COUNTRY amount of each or all purchases are Colony- ,
deducted from the book. In this 0 way
CRATE NAILS PRODUCE the buyer.can tell Just how much per / .
week" or month she la pending, and
the storekeeper. minimizes big credit
We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. ... buslneMH, a a he can make the Ironclad "
We give special attention to fitting .out hunting: and 'camping rule that the books are to be sold by
'1 cash Id' advance. The credit question

parties.Free delivery in city limits Phone No. I 12.-, In one that in and will| continue to be a miles south of Kissimmee on the.
Jo fertilizers. Aski us for circular source of great worry to all merchants .
We are county agents r good .
Atlantic Coast Line
and prices on fertilizers. and every advantage that ca. Railroad. .
be gained toward a stoppage of this
credit practice should be tried and Beautiful farms ,.in the lake section of Polk
IOgt7gOl>tOl70tiOt10tiOti04lOtkOl>d10 TdiO fO iOllOtlOlOe>alO i0170t
test to Its advisability
given a good ns !
C.IA,ICARSON.PrrtMrrt. J. A. CRANFORD.Vlc .. S. L. LUPFER. The ordinary merchant Is acquaintedwith County. Lands productive and especially adapted
.-Pr..idrnt. SrareUry l or HOOII becomes acquainted with '
i '
his trade,.and by adopting this coupon to citrus fruits and vegetables.
achrme he works no hardships on anyone ..
but absolutely safeguards hIe accounts
.KISSIMMEE LUMBER" CO. I as It Is no more wrong for the ON TERMS TO SUITnPURCHASERS : .
merchant to ask $;v; In advance from
Ills customers than It Is for the cus FIVE-ACRE FARMS. $125
turner to oak for nn Incalculable
amount of credit. TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 60x150 FEET, $50

R' ugh and Dressed %
\ --'- No Chances No Drawing
; ,
Pine Lumber. I I Deception and In Trad.Should Harmful BjB.Stoppad.Amogg to Merchant ,

the steps ;of nntloniil progress to be Select your tract and buy as hundreds of oth- c
recorded In our young iiireer

are the Imreased htJIH'klIud tlliiiln. ersare|! doing in this promising Colony.
tull1llH'rf'lll'I idMcrtlalUK
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYsoc j Imbed ltIHh.put'Kt\. of
The change In perhaps most
pooooooooo< ooxyxy>o<>O'xxxxxxxxxx! noticeable In that I lijlulil 1 nn
_. .1,... i>us trade of "dry pooilx" 'Tin public
r"U" 1f"Y"g'Yr y y..,.'V'4F F sIF Y .w'V". iF ..,.-ur SP iF'tF'V,a.-ears Is now quite| used to seeing/ the rule\ of For further information write toFla. V' _
0 such mires iiiinouiiced In fairly I plain IJ
NORTH KISSS1MMEE. PHONE NO. 8. terms without spurious' ulluremeiitH -
: of euphemism or euloRj.hereas TL
twenty or thirty years ago lying was

C. W. Griffin, .- j Of thought course by to sbopkevpers all be advertising a matter who of has advertised commonsense a com ( Development ,

> mercial basis. whether It makes known ,,
a railway time table or a school, course
Fancy Family Groceries < a brand of whisky or a church service .

Meanwhile tbe pleasing Improvement bAV NPORT. FLORIDA
il Fresh Meats. 40 In "dry goods" advertising has reach .4..;..
.. ed the remarkable degree of at least ,
'- one merchant settlue forth the relative i
Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited j .
r lit.
advantages and disadvantages of two
allraflu6r- AuAr lcaaa kf.,_.6 fk Lfkia: a1ae.alllTi articles offered to the public. Thin 1

,> Brutus of business aaya concerning I .c
kind of raincoat that It la "not

GRHYSTONE$ GBK op ;' XSHOPS absolutely against one airy!"water ordinary tight'shower.though""proof The J. H. REDDITT; c, ,- SL Cloud Colony:: Stock.I '

other kInd. he tells you. "If. watertight "
I' JEWElER:_ ,.. .
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."t' .:'&; .ANTHONY A. LOLL, _Proprietor.FairbanksMorse moisture;; not since escape the body,'this*accumulation heat, and- &r'4:.... ,, ., .",'/'!1,"_;.;.\ :!).i"j.!\, ;;"i( !' .' '...,, ,," 1h'll.'.'.:liI",;,>\\, f\\"" I"I'.."':.;. ..' ,', ''.". ";",',:\,,,;..'" ._ .. -
or-secretion, "dampen tb* Inside """ """';" '''''"WA.'l' 7''Yl-''''':: q-f"l :' ::
.. .. Aca.N .0. of the coat besides making the wearer
t':: -tIl' Gas uncomfortably hot. holt mot rather a REPAIRER t (Seminole Land and Invest'I
: Enginesand new thing for a trader to pay money .
to s newspaper for telling the public
Irrigating Outfits.'AUTOMOBILES the defects of thing be wrjita to sell T went Company) in lots

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Civic U.lln.. .
to Ten- Thousand
i. RENTED OR REPAIRED Civic BcUnesa la not an asset. Slatternly .. fromFifty, .
municipal housekeeping attract

". .ARTESIAN WELLS DJ11VEN ANY DEPTH Inexcusable either residents transgression nor investors.cannot Such but BASS &&HPORTER. Dollars for sale,. or will ex- ,

i4 react and eventually It will be found .DEALERS IN I \ .
that the way et the tranagreaaor tastes change same together with

m "Solicit all Kinds Repair Work kin To be known,aa beautiful Fancy Groceries, Grain ..
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.i ; ' vClag marks the place a* a budding and Feed of All an equal amount of cash-for
dty.; A. beeuUful; city Boon beooBMSKa Kinds.. .
.,. :. &vee'&s,,beautiful .. ,
:; ' '' ; country oon,develop,late) ft bud of Wi solicit'part of your trade. good real'estate in this lo- '
: I' Furs
Country PI'oduc..IHki.&nd
1 'Z, ;" T; & ".(bW' 4i3XSS1 I aplendld, borne*.' a raprtor *- bou< .'. clajaa, of dtlaeoaEverything .' 4
1 I' :. .Tntnal7"'yields ltotth. Irrealatlbl FLORIDA. cant).

cjCAt ; ft sAva: "* cterao otf.Ma1l.t7"MtJIer" tbe r-MONK 01.' ,I' 4
" .Tlff&o $ noisy atrlf.: mrtlfldal life
dty or 4
; For further
( particulars
( .&JDGIIC creeo, aetdataa4.. meadowsTtewa /
', ,; sjtd. sear.-5T* upshot of it ,
rl *? U e : all U to keep sptc ud,span not only address
;r Wood ;Trick { r'i'SY ie. with ,,ourownrpreml..ebut; to Iolnwttboutr t f
: neighbors:fo.,a ooperativemoreoient c
"o' .., ,to,car for pvbllo property l 1 .
I ...& manner that-,w1l1.commend .our I '
.. ooBUBualtjr 11,,.!spore as live.p Raymond Moore t
', '" '-.. '. 1.J".1: '\ ...,.- it';... : ,",! _', to date;; prpcreaslTe to. place la a whichto ,
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4 . A | ., Hem Trod. -' ; Graystofte Hotel KISS1MMEE:, FLORIDA

,.. ... U smileg t. iMlp rtitr frtoods ..!!
"" .t ',, And to iMlp yourself as W.U.' - - -- --
'Klsslmtf1: =llorida------ If 1' ,-
,... r '. a pi.. tn ap. work die apeU:
.. -: __4 your m B.v in ,....., own town..
M Her pwmit tt ateiMkd t.Nay u g"li --TN
S For the dollar that mar eom beck per $7.1 I sr.50ASIC /

'Photographs, la tb way* dollar that star at horn. $N N ONN '
'Have. the. taken for' Sprigg .THE
Baby's picture
who plant a aearbr soil Who'sens fomilut retail tbs
Cbriatmas.. A part of the harrwrt reaps, ptiee of a....,bock: bairLM | SLCoud Real Estate Exchange
g Good Work assured. Bat the....s wind sown that afar ta blow this. nUMto of =w.4
la out of reach for WI ,
your kp. Jdabelt"
J. F. BROWN, Photographer PRESSING Apply th. l woos is wealth : :Wi.Giri stand JL -ANDINFORMATION-
And ant It uDder row dom. ealal prtee tor a
OKKXCHOBKB HOUSE DYEING a"EpAIRING 7hat! the dollar which mar com back a 8de ISPIID o.j_!
t oppoerrn ORAYSTONK: your way I now 4IMO( to T aa Own*ptCu - -.J

.4-. .Call on Phone.J81.KI.almmee.-FlL j jLeave .I*the dollar..thde.tay.-at kernsYou I A. E. DROUGHT; "'I I
Kodak Film. developed promptly. W paid some Urn, aom. place D W 1'Oft0lLDl2L.70 (I.' '
.k .. word at mjr house and clothe : In tile coin of th* things do. ', ..
Prices yon
.. ..4Nklo ....... Public State at'Large .
will be called lor and returned. Tu ar. put ef tbs hlT* If the o hrathriv tstubootN .* Notary St. Cloud Florida +.
do-Lose r ,
Th. hony U shared by yen.Toa Rorida Chair Faory }
Recresents the leading Fire Life and:Accident Insurance
- Go's.
Satisfaction Guarauteec get aa you she; thafa the law. .
Th'neta but sound and foam. Taxes Paid' Rents Collected ; 1

S., HARWELL .The la dollar the dollar the that nay stars beak hose your war i ", Indemnity Bonds ,

REAL.. ESTATE J. .M.-:-.WILXSON, JR.I ,'. when Or.U>you. marohajit tIIe With around the man the ..neat onar*door ..p. A. VANS AGNEW, Titles Legal examined papers and drawn.reported on. .. Deeds Abstracts recorded furnished

l NOTARY ./' Tou give a lift to the s aral thrift . Agent for Crenshaw.Bros. Seed Company. :
f'1 : f And may hop for your ultimata s1>. e. J ATTORNKY AT LAW.:;....._. Buy your seeds from an old established Florida firm. ,
Notary Public at Large'x -l 0 STATS AT, LAROB. j Tl a wisdom that's taarnd from Uf* I I i

Office. 'over Uobenoq'a. Pharmacy. Real Estate Agent.. I,, That And the rwinlr.dollar no whtob.acholarty toes- beck' AMD NOAARY,.-PUBLIC- .. .-: ,. .,...... '- KUslmtnee offlcesJncliajrg-eofCapt..H..1L-Breaker.. :_ :_ '.5. ..J.'. _

ar ... ... '.. ,-,.KISSlMMfcE........o.-c.- > :FLA.'- :. -: KISSIMMKE'. "y. .--; "' .-- '..,_.....:::--'.J-LQRIDA 'Is the. dollar'.war that-Mare ho ._. .,.:. H- KISSlM'MKK"l L-I- .............- ......: .. ..- -+ :

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But U:Must P* All Around Merit N. i t 't

See Qur :Goods' , y "' Un.Hslfwsy: Sort."' 5-Acre in ; ',
farjn :
] .Not long MO we took occasion to rmsVk ; Prpsper ,Colony o -
that itertt was always reward .. .
sd-j A grocer Head h.s taken .Uwns and lot 6Oxt20 feet In Taft '$100. .' .. .r,_
with as-not on his; own scconnt 'W- .
And get_ prices before. ; buylng.11 We- are ..fer. fof be has tx>t! merit and our .
the Originators of Low Prices CCM. but becgiss i* has failed'to'trace o 'iliKisslti1111'ee; City '1'. .) t .
, tpe connectloQ between tbe two. IIUargument ,
in Kissimmee. ,, ' consisted of example, and I' $300 to I I',. ""ij,;' "

' 1 /he pointed out an InsUncfc whlcb be '-:, \ ... ,.\; '" r rS1\ :
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believed practlcallr\ upheld bis contejitton. -; 1 ,( d
'" '" I.'Colony" I.- .
.,'/ WE. SELL '.':S. t' Ue know of a fellow| merchant.: This I Tracts.'' Timber :-

Apron'Checki at.. ,,,.a..,....,...f.5. to t lOc per yd man Is competent,-honest and.-reliable.He :. ,Lands( Farm and( ,;Orange broves :
i? Dress ; .....-.7 to 12 J 5 per yd ; has met,with bard fortune at ser- . . . ' ... ''I''
40-in. U beached'Sheetingat..s: ./1'-, ..?.ne per y\l\ eral turns of the road of life, and be '. r. I' __ . _
SMrtinrf Calico at',6; ;: to 7c per yd / bad been forced Into a sad and Irretrievable -
y Lining at....'. .,,"'O . .. . ......:6c per yd <* ,'failure. Ue bandied goods : ADDRESS ; *' < : , d
Quilt r . . : . . ...... v. .
Calico ' '' ; .61 to 7c per yd. .... that' were good, and he worked hard ,
100 pie *Drees Goode from. . .. .. .,.15 to 75c per yd with' ,, but ,
Cloth..auorted colors, at. . .. ...25o I and some Intelligence .
'Popla ' per yd
, Check Homespun at . . . .. . .. . .'. . 6 to 8c per yd and catalogue"bbuses descended W. L VAN DOUZO. ., ?
'w. Outing Flannels. ..'' :' . .., : .. .-. :..! to, lOc per yd upon him. and what they left for __ ._ .'. R "
Y Elegant LineCurtaieGooda"r7td25: : | him 'wasn't-aufflcleiff-to 'support :
Elegant Line Serpentine) Crepe at . .20 to 25c per yd dropped out of the race. '
Table Linen' . . . . .. . .'. ... . .. 35c to $1 per yd| .. Tbe merchant referred to bad meritaa KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,. 1 .t ,
Best GalatierChLhat.. .-. .. .J . .. . .. .. . 15c per yd a man no doubt but'be was not a ..
Table Fel . . . . . ... 56c per.yd, merchant. After some persistent .
Table Oil Gtlo54in.a; ; ., . ..,. ..... ... ... . ..26c per yd good learned, . He *
Linen Crash at . .r. . .. . .. ......'..10 to 15 peryd questioning we. not .' .
.., Cotton Crash . ..., : .. . .. .. .. . .5 to 8e per yd bad some of (the elements but .
The-Famous Rub Dry Towel atr. .. .'. . . *..85c to 75c enough of them. Ue was a good buyer .
Ladies' Shirt Waists . .. . . :.. ... .. .. . .. .50e up but a poor,seller and his place was .
Ladiell'-Wrappers, . . . .. . ,.. ... . .. . .. . .65c up* as an'employee and not an employer: ............. ..NN..NNNI
Ladies' Skirts . . . .. . . . ... . 95c to $10 each He was bonent. but he was not Jar- -
Ladies' Petticoats..".,.. ,. ". . .. .. .. ?60c to $8 each sighted, and both are necessary to success. eo- ':
Ladies' Raincoats . . . .. . .. . .... . .. .. . ..(!) up lie was reliable but be was not i ,SASH; '. A DOORS V '
Ladies' Coat Suits . .. . .. .... . .. . .. . .. . .$9 up and must back up . H
Ladies' Vests, ". . .... . .. . . .. .. .... .. 10 to 60c courageous wins In bard battle .0" , -,- -- ..
Ladies' Kimonas:. .. .. . . . . . 25c tat 1.50 each the man who the -. : .
Pure Linen Laces .. .?. . .. . .. ...... . ..5 to 26c- of Independent merchandising. He : .f. '. "
12 doz. Buttons for . . . .. . .. . ...._. . *. .. 5c carried good goods. with quality behind i .. -----l
Gold Eye Needles, per paper . . .... . .. .t. rr6c them 'but bo-.did not advertise- ; : ----:- -
Ladies Coats and Sweaters at popular-pricee. them. rGO TOW. p
Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices. There It Ia. Ue did not possess tbe : .
A beautiful Line of Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc. f ."' T:: qualities of merit as a merchant or .. '" .k
"Abovewe have given you prices on a very few items v1; our success would hare been bill reward.He .
immense and I_,well selected stock. bad some, but not all. of, the con
i Yours( tor good goods and low prices! stituents. Be knew something but 'I ,<
not enough: be did something but not
l H.:C. STANFORD CO all. Merit In a store Is no halfway B.
article. It goes the :whole length of .
.. .... the course. .
ItTmay seem harsh and unfeeling t..
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+ assert that be did not deserve to succeed 1 .
but Wit believe tbat he did not. : FOR 0'
for merit la always followed "by success .
and reward. The trouble with our '
HE M critic is that be does not comprehend
: DREW ;;00.Stationery. what merit means. Merit In merchandising Iron Beds Chairs MdtrassesRugs
W. B. includes all that good merchandising ,
Is.-West Coast Trade.

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( Book and -Art|| Store Wornn'Cars Will Before u.t Riding.As 8t. Louis. 8tr..t Furnishing tFi. ,

45-49 W. BAY'1 ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -, _ afprotest against the cobwebbedand : -
'\ dusty conditions on a street. car (Goods- .
line In St. Louis the women's auxiliary
of the. North Side Commercial! .
4' association of that place took tbe
'q pledge recently to volunteer a.. car > f *
THE EverythiiigjPor, thei] Stenographer
---- cleaners. Each of the sixty memberswill

LARGEST and OfficelWorker." cloth carry and before a whisk sitting broom down and in dust the We Have Large Stock of Above and PRICES ARE RIGHT- .

; ear will brush the seat"wlth the broom .
ANDS .Tell us what you need in Special Ruled Blank
Books. We have them in Stock or Make Themto And clean the. window with her 4u.tcloth. .

OST' Order. The. wife of a prominent manufacturer Just Received'Carload of Lime

.. QMPLETE Office Furniture, TypewritersBusiness leads the movement and borrowed .k
a whisk broom an.d dusting cloth ,. . -
STOCK when going home from a recent meet- .
and Fancy Stationery Artists' Sup-
Ing. She dusted the seat and cleaned
plies, Toys Sporting Goods. Printing, BINDING -
the wlnddw. to the amazement of tbe
IN LITHOGRAPHING. WE Save YOU time spectators and the discomfiture of the <: Building Material i of

THE : 4souTa. 4 and Money. . conductor. : 1,

. -. .1 .EstablishedOver- | Half. a Century Numerous of tbe petitions United railways have ftooded'tbeoMcea demand- 1 FIGURE WITH sAIiKindS. .il

ing improvements on their.. lines, but ,

, without avail. ,
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OOOO O OO OO OO OOO O.rmasy's Nov.l Movement. >
.< .d rmany.ball started.'a. unique\ movement -
for the Improvement of tofrns' tWaBM MAKINSON CO"'lI.: : :

and small cities by constructing a'
number of garden cities, one Berlin .
I E. L. Mercantile Co
Lesley : : society land on having the northern acquired outskirts a large plot of the of

city for the construction under tbe KISSIMMEE and ST. CLOUD
name of Frahau of the first real garden "
city of'the capital. .
This city will be built in a picturesque *)
THE NEW COLONY STORE i I billy part of the state forest, : '

_______ will have its own railway station and t: I
will be laid out regardless of cost as PAINTS ROOFING'I: ; '
Staple and Fancy Groceries Shoes, Gents'. 0 regards external, adornment. 'Judging 7 '

Furnishings, Kitchenware, Glass and I Chi nor from many,reports the 148&from-ba8 all taken sections a firm of tier-hold. NNN....N. NNwi ;i"

the the feature most insisted .
ware at Lowest<-Prlcos.- .Confections) Cigars .on people
.upon being the abandonment of tbe .
r and Tobacco. Oils and, G sollne. % flat bouse and the substitution of the I '. ;,.. .. ;: .
i r small,house'and villa'00 the English ', fieCHAMBERLAIN'S
o Saves you money on everything you want. ] See our' 0 modeL In Bavaria where there 1st always ! .

o goods. before buying: elsewherew .-......._ 0 a shortage of house, 'the government '
o Money saved is money made. Don't throw it awa.y."ao 0 will transfer for garden.pur :
Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe.. It fs strictly Fire- poses part of the state forests in the "

-proofSpecial.prioea. 0 vicinity' large towns. At Magdeburg

0 houses with large gardens for single ,
families will soon be, rentable for "
g '9-ri FR I C-r ; 'C.A'S i I' about $00 a pat'' .D erScan money. It
is to be hoped that will
Oao0o00.000oo0Y0oY00000.! soon'undertake the same kind of de
velopment. I COUGH REMEDY

A Good and Lasting Memorial.In ,. ;
1880 a man who had watched 0 '. ," .. ,
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with great Interest top development ot. $., \
," To- Cornell university, at Jthaca. N. Y., SURE SAFE PLEASANT TO 'TAKE-: 1.f '
(intimated his' desist 'to'present to It --- --
: some'memorial to express his love and 0 of

------ CAMEAPanama T .-T --, -.-- .Interest:_for the'Jnstltntlon,__JIhad .:- : _. ,-I '. ,
not great wealth, through which oth=: a' '
_, Chamberlain's. doughflemedynever - Youcan.topthatcouabMotheraofCrouP'd.. d. : ,. ,1 -''
ers bad been enabled to present .. ,
disappoints ing by using Ch berrea should always keep sx r
buildings, the beau
butmrappreclated .
those who it for lam'.COuab.Remed.It bottle of Chamb rlam's ', "', { ,
use /
Canal Celebration ty and value of trees and so he con-. > ,",
celved the Idea of planting East avc nate coughs,colds or inirelieYea the lungs,aids exCouah Remedy handy* It J
nue. with elms. Long years ago the I tation of the throat and pectoration and'effects: a many. anxiotu 'I'\ofl

donor passed away, but his beautiful II lungs. First dose relieves. prompt, permanent cure. nights-children like it. .... T ,.;J;
Tilceets on sale February 15. 16 17; 18. 21, 22 25 24,- avenue remains as .a living"witness to o "'

with final limit. February;22'th. . his generosity and at either end may !1
be seen a stone bearing the inscription:(I '

#I --VIAZAtlantic "Ostrander Elms 1880." In no better 25c, 50c, $1.00 For Sale Everywhere $1.00. SOc 250 ;
erect i
way can man for himself an tine
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: dylngTno ntneijt-to his public' plrlted---1 -- "

:'T Coast'Line '. ness and In no other way may he leave I, ... '. \\1'\1'I '\

: behind -a more graceful- -or fitting.;I ___ _. >4" ,. ;I\t\
tribute _to this love of. nature. Not 1 -r- J ''''..
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Y mint,behind, but loving bands-could '
" plant a fitting. memorial to many of /'
For anyjnformatioo; call'ori Atlantic Coast'Line1f'icket Agent,. or pur best and most public spirited cit IWDo the Rest :
izens. To the writer all of our atone h1otiuqr: :
.1 Y.-BEASLEY,' .: J. O. KIRKLAND. monuments and statues are moet inexpressibly : "
T. P.'A. Tampa. :, Fla. D. P. A.'' ugly, and few Indeed are ,

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GENERAL DIRECTORYOf The Seminoles of Florida A LAND OF PROMISE. i i lhristian Endeavor News. TTK. .1. W. SIMPSON

BY MINNIE; MOOREWILLSONMr. We are to be placed about six societies IJENTIs:: 1

!Edwin Lambright, literary editor (Continued on Page 1.) nearer the goal of those to l be
the Churches and Fraternal Societies ..of the Tampa Morning Tribune, gave; reached in the 1911 campaign of Bosion. Upstairs; In Katz IhiIIding.O1' Cafe LaRueA

of Kissimmee. 1'ollowinK intereslinji review of Sirs.Willson's rich prairie and hummock land are today The list to be sent to headquarters in"*] :. nOlltS: ('| r a.. 12 J1.I.
latest book in last Sunday's rich garden spots, rose gardens, and eludes the Young People's societies at i :.illl.. .,::30 i p. m
edition of that : pretty cottages and bungalows are dotted ; Padlock, near Liveoak; that in Elzy, Tt'lenhnne, No. 7H t fun 5. Ivr
I If an authentic(paper and thorough history over the land. i (both in north central district) ; and the La Carte
CHURCHES. that portion "of Florida What could the Northern farmer do i union organization just effected at St. ----- -
citizenship: inhabiting/ the Everglades indrairmi on a little farm in Florida? I Cloud, near Kissimmee. Then there are Large deskjblotters lOc at this
l by the public, it is here. Mrs. In the first place, the average Florida I, three Jpnior societies; in Kissimmee fice. tf .
BAPTIST.Bunyan Willson gained the confidence of the farm is but little more than a few I j' and the Presbyterian and Christian -

Stephens, pastor. Seminoles by frequent visits to them, acres except where there is an orange ,, church ones-in Lakeland This is encouraging -
r Sunday School C. Bryan, Mr. Willson having been one ofthE'ir grove. A.small tract ia all that a man ,but we must not forget that!
.uperin tendent. steadfast friends for liftmen years His can cultivate 8uccea"fullybecau"e he so far this year, ending April lat, th Plant Wood's SeedsFor Everything the Market Affords
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. wife has devoted her marked literary has crops coming on at I seasons. of I loss has been about equal!( to the gain.In .
j Prayermeeling7.45Thursdayevening. talent to writing and compiling this the year. I Kissimmee was thomrst Junior society Served in Up-to-Date Style.
-3. Y. B. U. 7.45 !Friday evening. volume, which IS not only of interest What can a man make of his little brganized after the State Convention Superior CropsWood's
Visitors;.til ways Welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. for the casual reader, but of distinct farm in Florida? : in Tampa. But it soon suspended, .
value to the student. I Actual experience proves that anywhere to remain dormant till recently, when
30th Annual Seed Book
The author's narrative begins with from $2,500 to $5OOO a year is two active workers took it in charge
the landing ot UeSoto in Tampa Bay in the net saving of the fully cultivated these being Miss Jean Caldwell andMiss is one orf the most; useful and complete .
small farm. Men who last fall broke seed issued. It
1539. She manifests a heart whole Rodgers. Now their work is going catalogues ;
S. S. Snyder, rastor.Sunday May for the Indiana as a race, and their ground, planted their seeds and on: nicely writes the Presbyterian gives practical information about; DINNER .35 CENTS
School a. m. -Geo. F. sympathy for the Seminoles in particular; and, in I their homes, already have harvestedand pastor, Rev. S. S. Snyder. The St. the be and most profitable seeds' ,
Parker, superintendent. the following paragraph she outlines a are sending their crops North'and Cloud society has Mr. rank McMullenfor to plant for
Christian Endeavor 600 p. m. thought that has been little dwelt upon I receiving more money in actual dollars secretary and Miss Gertrude Johnson The. Market Grower
.. Preaching every second and fourth by historians. and cents than it took to buy their as president. Their pastor Rev.
.. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. "We our have in 250 wasted them farms. {I Snyder, thinks the society has a bright The Private Gardener
years orangef
Prayer meeting and choir practice (the Indians) from uncounted uumbera In and around Kissimmee the future and writeaof about twenty mem- The Farmer
Thursdays before the second and fourth to' a scattering population of only about crop is just being gathered. tyundreds bers, and' many more in attendancethus Seal-Shippod Oysters "
Sunday at 7:00 p; m. -. '175,000, while in the same length of of acres of this fertile land are plantedin far. Orange and Oscepla, district Woods Seeds are grown and served in all stylesvATh \
i Visitors most cordially invited to all time, a cargo of dusky slaves from the orange Trees and in the little city would like the state campaign banner selected with special reference; to 1'
I services African shores have become a peopie -. nearly every resident has an orange now held by the Northeastern.Miss the soils and climate of the South, LfA
tree dozen, in his back GRACE TOWNSEND shouldbare .
of millions, alaves'no but or perhaps a i ( ) and every southern planter
citizens In the redskin, yard. No more beautiful sight could : State Secretary C. E. Society. Woods Seed ..
protected ,. seeds -- -
CHRISTIAN.A. whom we dispossessed of his native be imagined than an orange grove in i I Interlachen, Feb. 3, 1910\ : be fully posted. to bbet =
full baaring. Down the long rows there for southern growing. Mailed free .r
M. Ghisholm "* rights, we] recognize no equality: yet fruit to canlidcncc fell br tanners and
pastor but of golden
black nothing a mass on request. Writ for It
of barbarous ...
the descendant the .
Preaching first, second and third Sun- greet the eye. Later in the season the gardeners in Ferry' Seeds to-day
4 days of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 whose tribe on the Gold Coast still ground is covered with the fallen fruit Touring Car for Sale T. W. WOOD & SONS 1 would bare been Imponibl to tech laI
p m. trembles before a fetish, may now sit dese- any seeds two SCOT of ran
\ 'Bible School 9.45a. m.-A. W. at the desk of Clay or Calhoun." and to the Northerner it seems Reo Touring car in perfect order. Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. .1 HBO. W. burs suds a_
Winn. I cration to crush of the golden
one .
Mrs. Willson describes Osceola as a New casings on hind wheels, 2 extra inner '\ science of seed
superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assis-'I spheres of juicy fruit beneath the foot. is We are beadqasrters for \growing
hero, whose war-like deeds were inspired tubes. The car as good as new.
superintendent. Grapefruit culture is faRt becoming Ores end. Clever Seed Seed) lotatoM. >
Christian by as worthy a cause as any that Will sell cheap if bought at once. Details I
Endeavor .Seed Ot Cow teas,
,Sunday- extensive the
every enuaHy as as orange.-
of chiv- Gazette office. Address ......
evening at 6.SO moved the most daring exploits 'at Valley Bole ,Bud afare
p. m. his wife was seized and Where the orange will grow there alao'will. ] DBAWER 88, sad Gards....... _
Prayer and choir alry. young
practice the other members of the
grow Fla.
ery Thuradayat: 7.45 p./n.1'" .. J* carried off in chains before his eyes; citrus family, The raising and packingof Orlando
--!'. '. ,;. ..... He. fought to, both.recover and avenge
" and is'one of the
; x. ;, } oranges grapefruit ; what you
eV.1' big industries of Kissimmee. "' expect of them. For acid. 1 1everywhere.
EPISCOPAL. The author gives! a very interesting Kissimmee with a population of nun 11 AD

Key..David D. Kidd,.rector. account hostilities of around the Dade Fort Massacre.King (Ocala The) about 2,500,' is} rapidly growing. In ad- New Meat Market [UOTOU Free on request.

Services every second Sunday at 10.30a. becoming severe, Gen. Clinch ordered dition'to the good and substantialciti- I [>.M.FERRY CO.D. r& ....... 1
and 4 zenship of a few years ago a new class
p. m. troops under Major Dade, from Fort >
of citizens in who the
are coming
Morning prayer and litany every Sun-! Brooke (Tampa) to come to the rescue. life of the town. They are awake to New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank.
day at 11.30, m.Conducted 110( set out on
by a lay- With a, men
the possibilities of Florida and Kiasimmea F. H. JENKINS
-I I this tell march the, tale-Private of Clark them, livedto who and it U predicted that within 'a I First-Class 'Meat Cutter in "Attendance. Beef *

1 .darIO.SO.W..G.. Hankins. nx,,2nd superintendent.Sunday 9.30g. m'-I Louis crawled Pacheo.sixty miles the guide to Fort who Brooke was, and not few acre years will be land worth now selling at least at$100 20 per per Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on Hand.

This will not be the result of an
All .services '' the acre.
suspended bodies of the victims
during July'ugtut. wounded. and
'i\ and unjustified boom. There is si basis for PART OF Surveying
were found two months later. Mican- results have MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY CITY. .
what has before, as
t't opv, a chief whose name was given to '
; .
shown for themselves.P
...: ,. a Florida town, killed Major Dade, whoa !ST LO Drafting
JM6THOfJST.. / -;> $ the' first to- fall in the ruthless I Letter from Dr. Bream: IUaJA -

t ,aaa, .Preaching Sunday morning and A chapter of unusual note ks. that Editor'Valley Gazette:
.tli.ll1l g.. ., ". . giving the story of Martha Jane, "Ban I am under the painful necessity of m..
Sunday SehooIS.C5" nx-J. ''M. Lee.superintendent. danna Mammy," who U still living atKlaalmmee. asking, you to discontinue my paper Omca IN FRATERNITY HALL
....and who cooked the treaty imply became I am not abJ..topay for .AN-N'QZTNdTr:
: dinner in l Uo The story is told in the it. ( oldnegress', own words and is a.valuable opinion: of .nan who woulda/t: take his ,
Prayer' .meeting Tevery Thursday' contribution to the Seminole history.' county paper. and pay for it,tooy especially -
(i,.. nI< ..Choir'practice .erary Saturday. night. of Seminoles "now living is about COO. surety; but. c_' myself.) My Kissimmee
'She gives the followioff word-picture of pens_. was withdrawn last October. On or'a.bout February 1st we will open in your citylthe( SEMINOLE

:FRATERNAL''SOCIETIES, 'I their present life: -. and i. have) rtm aground. 1 have done PHARMACY, with a first-class stock of Drugs, Druggist Sundries and Granitoid Stone Works,!J.

"Like the white-plumed egret Of the I my but,.witfc the assistance? of strong Toilet Article in'charge of 'a capable Registered Pharmacist and will Makes everything In Cement line,
I vast forests of the JCvergladea, he will and tafluentlat: friends, to get. ft restored such al Blocks, Piers for Houses Cement
.i /' MASONIC, pass.'like the misU. As memories come but hew net succedad. By the handle only the purest and best drugs. Our prescription ,departmentwill Sidewalk Tile Porch Columns,

: w J3>range T Blossom Lodge No. 80.; F. &: up, we bear the faint rustle of the death of tnw officers under whom I be complete in every respect and our patrons will be. assured of Sewer Tile Stone bleps. Chimney
A.: M.-, mesa first and third ?Iondaynights I leaves and see the dusky forms of this served. I find it impossible to: make prompt and accurate service Stone. Can save you nearly one-halt '
/ In each month,at 7.80 o'clock in I II ancient people bas they glided,through some woof required by tb&new'pension on piers and is better than brick; one
,Fraternity Hall.., the leaf.carpeted aisle of the forest law; That there were men on the pension .9 Respectfully, half the expense on chimneys.
l, ..' M. anal| ,,W. 'M. I We' see the happy wigwam homes, roll!who were not:entitled: to the C. ,MOORE Mgr 94111 do geoeralooutractingInbuild..
-: W. M. Carson secretary., 1 gleaming in the red flames of the, camp benefit is tree; but it dees not seem J. lOll; out of wood stone or brink. Ce>ument 'i.
I fire and hear the soft lullabies of the possible-that (nose who passed the act . ""work:'to all lines. All work: (
'- crooning; mothers; the dusky hero of could have feitfended to deprive one who guaranteed ft r.t.-el. a.a.

P7THIAB. the chase returns game laden from tie had faitdrfufiy served his country of his Airent for the celebrated Courtrlght) ,,
s KNIGHTS or hunt and, in the pICture. framed as it share of the bounty. It tomes particularly metal I IB. Sb'qle.
>' .::1. ',:'. 'Friendship( Lodge.No. NX( meets everyWednesday wereby th45 boundaries of nature, we ,hard at m).time of life when I am
night at 7.00 o'clock tt Fraternity -I see long line of moving life, the graceful disqualified by age and inftraity for. .0. H. Alfred &SflPainting .-.B..IICKBQSON; p o 'Li

Hall.' l forms of thousands of flying creatures earning a supportAnd /'' .
4 F. OBryan. .chancellor commander. while the songs of the forest there is another view of this
} R.O. Meek, (keeper of records and seaU"oacBOuOsAM I minstrel hallows the wooded silence. matter* I have never been a pretender.My 6.: C. MILLER

tr '- .- I .I*. .(-. the home of-. the.--- Seminole.- nature entirely tao candiii to permit Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, t
,! An addendum is the Seminole vocab-\ nary species of dissembling. I have
W "1079, w., o. w. ,1 lulary, compiled by Mr. Witlson, which never don- a'dishonorable: act in my Varnishing, Sign Writing, Hardwood Finishing, :
;i :.:? Meeting nights second and; fourth10p. includes several hundred words used life. To ask a pension to which" I was BERBER 'SHOPUPTODATE

ruBsdajs at ; .-m. I by the Indians. It is the first compU- not entitled is as far below me as. Stealing and all work in this line. '
A. D. Gilbert. C. C. I ation ot the kind and the only one of ftself. Besides that I am proud of SERVICE BY

1 'l a W Dann, Clerk. such extent. As a language it Is ex- my war record: 1 never sought .to Twenty-five experience in this line.
ceedingly difficult and tedious. For avoid a duty required of me; never oppressed .years EXPERIENCED WORKMEN
word for "buggy" istlJCQ8etole8etapofnachee. a man I had uiyi.r my tom- *
4 iG ielfro.0.tlowardPostG.-A.R ]; ." One mand; never treated a prisoner unkind1ywasas Give us a trial.SEEDS _
.;.r. and *. -- '
T wonders how they would 'say autotno- truly a gentleman Soda Fount"Cold
Christian in the army as ever in my '
.Meets every Wednesday at J2 p. m. bale." -
in Fraternity HalL Visiting Comrades (Moffat, Yard & Company, New life; arid had "a -place h> the picture" Drinks and .Fine
-' I close to the flashing of the guns. SUPPLIESThe
cordially invited. 1.25.) ;
; York
The men who with me followed our ,Box
Adjutant. Commander. .. 'To' the Public. ., country's ensign floating high over the Oldest Established Seed House in Florida ,
J red tide of battle have for. the most

'-, 1 j ThiaTs, 'to-iOUfythe public that J.-K. part passed over the river and are goneto . E. A. MARTIN & COMPANY
For.Rent. Milliard and I. Weatherby have with. "fame's eternal campiri-ground." Cigars. Cigarettes .
'Zttla ' land in drawn I their grove properties from:..the., -I shall follow soon; but laving or deiad';; SuoeoMon to..-d HuilnM* ot W. A. Bonn A Co.

,I .fWida.IQgome of Will the furnish finest trucking house to; live .In market. hence all propositions on these let no one seek to deprive me the-small Garden Field and Flower Seed, -Poultry Supplies and Remedies, Recleaned. Bird '
r declared they haveMectded honor to which true bravery and undaunted .
,7 ,;and'other'employment In clearing land. properties not are to sell. Z\" courage entitle me. . Seed Incubators. Write for Catalogue.-. POOL TABLEt
plowing and other ,VOrk Party must > :"REALTY Co. D. M. BREAKER. Phone 4277 306 B. Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA .
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