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 11, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00424
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1 be enough to buy the< cigars of Tampa I I ** l.l' 'ought; to''' know say-there will be '

i FLORIDANMIt LEADr and Key West [ Second Annual Banquet 4,000 to 6,000 people there In Jess than I'IBONDS WILL CARRY
; "There
are enough; golden oranges two year There i la not yet a church .
and grapefruit in her this .. 1 ,
grove building; ofany sort nor a suitable place i >nv.
I ) sthe.1ighesf__ Production Per. winter to 'pay' the 'price-$5o6o,000that .of,the KIssIrtittiee, Boa 'd of Trade. will Take: '' Place for. worship.. We have Iota and will I The People of Kissimmee Will'Over .' H*. >'.

_.:,a fr r' : Acre of Any of the Big Crop' . territory the United'in States'-1821. paid She.to will Spain have forth I Next Monday\ ", Night,' February* 14that. the build will just hav.t.put.up a* soon: "as possible money, Jritl Somebody at- 'whdmingfy,Vote for.lnstaJrlllg.II, "'

i ': :, \ &y ;,Producing 'States. i enough cotton and tobacco; both of the 1 i 4" Graystotie ............ ... <:,*. .t ,-1"--: once-the situation wiH net'brook delay. Water Works and Sewerage. hI

I .: '' =- -t highest quality, to bring her 15,000,000more .. *" Just before I reached Kissimmee a land

1\\. ''-The following veiry! .complimentaryarticle and the lumber that Floridians I ::1 tie! second annual feast of the Kis>. a-ram, .and those who- attend will*begfvenin < deal l for 800,000 had.been consummated. I ,It'is an old saying that what aimajorf.ty '.

on the advantages of life inFlorida shipped from their five seaports. in 1908 ?aimmee Board of Trade,,a function that opportunity of learning; of the This land lie, on ner-.side; sit the of the people want; they will have .
:. appeared In the Chicago. ..Examiner was sold for $10,000,000."Phosphate Wonderful amount.of benefit the Boardof Kissimmee river and stretches away to and : '
in an
,,, once eachyear brings together a overwhelming majority of the
of'January 29\h-: ,ia probably the most precious Trade haa been to Kissimmee and Lake Okeechobee. I will not tax your
,--& 1: natural product of.tha etato,' --It4a-. ,...QQi.L.Jiay.eyer)_member..- will .lake tola"CoID\t .' . Advocate1picenor'therTeadrs arthis P?pl!! .Ot OUssiminee..have determined,
that
a plant food, used to enrich the lOlL A place next Monday< night,, at the a complete system of water worka,
L on time into detailed
time greater curiosity by going a description h
-Just at the present The Board of Tratte,will meet at 7:80 and sewerage shall be, established in
, t '1s being; shown by the 'homea ekIng village doctor was the first to discoverit Graystone, and those desiring to at- o'clock in the Council Ghamber' ,and of the land from Kissimmee down the thla city, and It would be, both foolish
thirty years ago, and' since then.: .
being asked 1 I valley to Ft. Myers. It is a great country -
public>more questions Florida has sold worth tend are requested to procure tickets elect officers to serve .the .ntexttwelve and unwise to attempt to thwart,, them ',,
and more attention being paid to the to $60,000,000 from Mr J. C. Moore- the Oaceol months, besides transacting: mucfr-oUi er i* being settled and will be. Daily In their demands, for every man know, -

'State of Florida than to any other state mostly Germany and other European Pharmacy. Tickets must be purchased important business, and it is hoped ttifct, people l are coming, buying and settling or should know, that 'our town will
This
countries. ,
v in the Union. And this la not at all sum seem large before ID o'clock Satul'daynight, as the every member will see his way clear to Will they stay Yea, they will,, and never grow to any, appreciable ,
but It is trifle compared proper-
to
enough
M wonderful: when knowledge of the conditions a committee is forced to give the contract be on hand promptly at that hour. those .
what Florida will make from her
r phosphate I
did noTdiebehlnd them before other
> and opportunities existing there. to the caterers for a specified Members are requested to procure has become a fact.
are known. when she learns to use every ton number of plates to be served, not later their banquet tickets' early on Saturday came and I kindled l them afresh. There
of it at home enriching the soil of.her I There are a. few of our people who
other settlement and roves In this
attracted than Sunday morning.The (tomorrows) possible the are *
This attention is not being; owq farms and'gardens. as aa till labor under the delusion that Kissimmee +
climatic committee in charge of the affair committee ii forced the sale at direction within the undo of my dis
of the splendid to close
alone by reason ii the ,
"What with this buried treasure -of same country-hamlet It !
trict. It ia I all Soittb Florida and
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for pleas"ant has arranged a entertaining; the hour mentioned above. over ,
and other condition making very pro- five
phosphate;-the riches of her soil and 1 the Influx will be greater. Jacksonville was years ago, that ,horsescows, "
and comfortable home life in that .. and should at'
hog
trees and waters and workshops; and is growing rapidly, so Is Tampa; eople be-allowed to itin
atate, but quite a* much for the reason the earnings of the tourist seasonthe large on our Streets, because they were

__,- __, that,. while pleasant and comfortable people who now liveiit Floridabave: --a -A Garden of ,PerfectionThe are scarcely Doming a community.in... eve 7where'The in! South- Florid_ la *ere first. but they need a punch in the' '"i,

homea have been and are being established -- yearly income of more thai 125,000,000. that is not sharing in this tide of immigration rtb* that will,wake them up-to the fact

the opportunities for profitmaking This amount, we may observevto. the ." thaftbjs old town has taken on 'a new
I from the soil are unsurpassed by countrymen of Ponce de Leon, i isw gry Twenty-Six Thousand Acres of Land Ownedby life, one that la full dispirit, enterprise

those of any stgte in the nation. And nearly equal to the present governmental l Mr. C. W. Ward arid Lying in the Kissimmee LWLLMVAS HEREIn and frriVandHhat it is not going to stop
Is not of particular portion -
this true, any, revenue of the Kingdom of Spain. for a moment'sTreJt In Its progressive
of the state, but of the whole state. "It can be said that no other state is Valley Comprises One of the Most Magni- march until Becomes the largest and

Florida, as a whole, has the highest farther from the gate of death than c6nt Bodies of Land in Florida. the Interest of His Candidacy for .most' important Inland 'cfty'in Florid:, 1

production per acre of anv of the big Florida. Her average death rate is the United States .Senate' These same tow people who'oppoae ..'
United
crop-producing states. The about 6 per thousand, and she has sevcij-! the issuing of,bonds to Install a water R
States Department of Agriculture yearbook ty-one veterans who have rounded out a Florida is a state- Of many possibilities .it has been cleared away- thA land will There are few men Florida who, works and sewerage system opposed the'
at the better known than CI.udaL'Engl..
are
shows earningfl.per acre full century and are sun in the land of numerous advantages and untold yield forth oranges, grapefiait, tangerines banishment of bog from the city the. "
As editor of the Sun and of i
manager
following figures: the living: opportunities. It has the most equable lemons, peaches, figs grapes; the 'Lobby at Tallahassee taking of cow off the streets at. 'night'i,
Illinois, $ 1.54; WlscolIiin. 28.84; "She allows the soil and sunshine to climate to be found on the Western or any other fruit known to man that People's. and the= laying of cement or brick sidewalks ., '
the two last sessions of the Legislature -
Pennsylvania, 30.84; Alabama, $56.58; work for you everyday, so that farm- hemisphere; it has the richest land'of ,, will grow in a warm climate. during; he attracted the attention of and they will oppose every other;.. a

Texas, $54.56; Florida, 63.60. ilTifBecomes a continuous performance.If any state in the Union; it has more.inland -i ,One of the best features connected fearless'writer advanced step, but happilythey are i
It is not surprising that wTlKthese there Is so need to wait lakes than all every class, for no more few and count little the general
a crop fails, and rivers other territory with this _immense tract .is'" that any very in ;
lived in the State.
ever
conditions. to both pleasant and profitable until next year, you can! plant, anew of like dimensions on this conti- portion o Jt Is subject to perfect drainage wind-up. ,
Mr. L'Engle was jn the cltX.OI'Wed- .
.
life becoming known and understood crop,tomorrow.. nent- ;more people come. here seeking: a& the'lakes and canal< are situated nesday in the interest of his candidacy Some argue thUt If' weln t..aIf-witer: ;. -
by the people of the more inclem- -- -- health than go to any other ten statesIn so that a ditch of only a few hundred works we will be forced to organize a
for the United States Senate coming
ent latitudes the farm homes 'of the United States, and there is more yards would carry o \'....all surplus water, fire company before insurance rates
down from Orlando in an automobile,
and THE CHAPTER. HOUSEWill
Florida are being rapidly built up, fish tn. its waters and game in its ham- while at the same time these ditches the Val- will be reduced. Certainly we will, and ,
and during his'short stay paid
. that mare lands are now being sold to mocks and on its prairies than can be could be I locked when necessary and It I la to our shame that we have not'had''

hom seekers each month,than were sold I Be Built Just as Soon as the found anywhere else on the civilized the entire body of land sub-irrigated. ley He Gazette spoke office encouragingly a moat pleasant of visit hlachance' a fire company year ago, for It I I. only.rf.
the entire (bnly a few years ... j i very r
during year
globe. This twenty-six thousand acres could : by and through a thoroughly; drilled
Contract Is Awarded.In ) to succeed Senator Taliaf erro, I
ago. But the one thing -that is attracting ,I be subdivided into small tracts and each saying that in every community he visited company can we ever expect to, be'euarded i
Florida has cheap lands as. comparedwith to so many enquiries tract have lake against the total l destruction of '
response many thousands to Florida at the pres- |I a or anal frontage, a he'found friends and an increasing
other sections of the country It about the Chapter House for the KJs- ent time is the wonderful productive, thing that would insure against the desire on the part of the plain peoplefor our town by fire. Where .la there

has the widest diversity of product. It simmee Chapter of the American qualities of its land, for here is grown,. possible failure of any crop in case ota a change; In the high office of United another town the size of KIIII1JIVe'th.t '

is in a latitude and has a climate which Woman's League, permit me to say the in abundance any variety of fruit, "veg continued drouth, something that State Senator, and that he was' run- ha not a well-equipped' flre'i comp'any -''

makes the harvest time earlier, with a building will be built just as soon as the I etable or field crop, that can be produced I rarely occurs in this seciton, and at the ning his race strictly on the groundsthat ? Of course we will, have 'one;

large part of the product going upon contractor and the company can come in any tropical; or nemi-tropical j same time give each tract owner the he would be the, same outspoken whether we install water works or not,. '

i f '' the! market with little competition, thus to terms. Our chapter at St. George, country, with half the labor that is-required '' advantage of draining his property at champion of true Democracy and just, and that, too, In"a very short time..
f IT' securing the best prices. It has a longer Ga., held.ita first meeting in the Chapter in other sections of the world; I little cost, if any drainage was' necessary legislation In the National Congressthat The rapid rate 'at which people 'are' .

growing season, with as high aa four House the last Saturday in January. and the prices asked per acre are less which would be seldom.A he has always been .a* a private moving here demand that ;we. have 'm, I'

crops from the same. land during the'' That the Chapter House there is a than one-fourth that at which land not man may travel this world over Citizen of Florida, and that all the perfect system of sewerage to keep the
people
year. Flonda is one of the beat timber beautiful one no one denies, and even half so fertile is selling in other states. I and we doubt If he could find the counterpart of the, State would look: alike to health of our c'tlrens atIts present extremely '

states and the cost of building material those who were the most skeptical are Onceola county is situated in the center :,. of this tract: of land; for if one him, for he would owe his election to high; standard, to 'say nothing a "

is reasonable, it is unnecessary to build now the greatest booster for the of lower; middle Flori4a, and! vt' ..on should desire to raise fruit; the ideal no clique or class. of the convenience.it"would be to our

expensive frost-proof houses the winter League. The company let the contractto what is known as the backbone of the land Is there; or field crops, the very Asked if he thought Governor Brow- housewive. while It would save,thousand ..,
'
bnngs no heavy fuel and clothing' the local contractor, and sent $500 to state, ranging in altitudeftom-aeventy- land is there.or; to raise cattle, horses, ard would continue in the race, Mr. of dollar annually to ourpeople'y

bills and both home-building and home- the bank there to be checked out for two feet at its highest to thirtyfivefeet hogs or sheep, the perfect range is L'Engle said he really did not know, that are now paid out for artesian wells.;

supporting expenses are at the minimum; material, freight, drayage, etc. And at its lowest above sea level. It there; in fact,'nature'in her making of but the Governor's"" announcement had It has been said that fully fOurteen r

With her system of rivera'and inland' all the work'progressed,'another $500 has, many' beautiful lakes'' and"rivers Florida included this particular locality much the flavor ;of an .old maid's pink thousand dollar leave this town 'every _ _

navigable waters,' her enormous coastline was sent and this used. The contractor well'stocked with' fish, and Its In her {garden ot perfection*. tea affair, and. ft was a very hard job year In Insurance premium. A system ; r rof

and her /great ocean ports a.t Jack. got his pay as the building was erected border for one hundred miles western And this, grand estate, which any to connect such declaration with the water,worka will more than cut those ,

' aonville.;''Tampa; Pensacola ,and; Miami, andin every way the'plan, ,.wu'o.earriedout Kissimmee river,which,Jn , Man Jh l arjayountry might well be proudto man who once sailed the Spanish/ Main figures in half and our property owner*'

cheap transportation,> :Vsure.d. as promised.
feature and complete control of railroad The building in St. George would a direct water transportation from Kis- Mr. C. W.Ward. 'Mr. Ward.hasn5lherlarge I'dared 'em all to come and test his steeL any increased 'taxes" they. might' be

rates is had.United have to be aeen to be appreciated, and simmee City to the Gulf of Mexico. tracts of valuable land in this and Mr. L'Engle haa a most pleasing personality called"on to'pay, which' I is-a question'

States -Secretaiy of Agriculture the furniture was a surprise to all of. From the north to the! south end of several other counties of Floridainfact and a sound Democratic plat 'though,...that .ia open. for' considerable

Wilson, in an address before the I us. There is not a better building any : Osceola County rune what is known aa he has for years been one of the form.two thing that Will keep his opponents argument,,for many .who have, given ., r

session of the National Congress of where than these Chapter Houses, and Kissimmee Valley, the soil of which is largest Individual realty holders in the hustling to the time the poll the subject much thought! say that, It I

f Farmers, recently held, said: "The not only the members but every personin I as productive as can be found on earth. j State-but thistract is his pride; and close, if they do not land';,him In the .win not be necessary to Increase the tax'

place for the farmer now Is the South your town will be proud of it. This and is of the character that will pro knowing; that it ought to go into the job. He will return at a later date and asingle-millastheincreaeednum-i: : "h

for the soil in the South Is friendly to chapter haa a beautiful location for duce- abundantly, o'f anything planted |hands of settlers in small farms, yet deliver: an address to our people, announcement ber of settler who will build:dwelllnp, ;

nearly every product i of the country." their building, and it will be used by In the shape of fruits, flowers, vegetl-;' realizing; that It is impossible for him to : of which will be'made in and business house will ao increase the'

To give a few illustrations of the the members and their children in so bleu or field crops. | give his individual time to the work, this paper. values thst.a\, sufficient sum will be ...-

,,p speed with which! settlement and devel- many different ways. The company Not far from the north end of this ', he ha decided to place it .ofi the market allied to pay off the interest 'and, -take.

opment I la now'going; in Florida,'mention pays all the. freight on the furniture* bounty; on the line of.the A. .C.-'L. Ry. aa a whole at a low price. FALSrRUMoii k" : ,'up the bonda-at-maturity, and;"we'-are.

i may be mad of the following, culled the Grand phonograph and the ruga. and two miles from the St. Cloud tract, 'II. -We shall watch ,with great interest A Inclined to that b.Uef'But What la ," i

from our exchanges: There are fourteen window' and -la a body of,twenty-six: : thousand acres and pride the development Improvement -, "I debt of fifty thousand dollar to a town .

Fourteen thousand acres near Tampa, seven glass door In the building at"St. of land lying In this valley, that )a as j that ia bound, to follow the mar- Mr Robert Donegan Was" Not;Shot such a* KisslmmeeT ,A mere bagatelle- f

f known* the Keystone Park Colony, George, and everythtng-| -aQjneat and near perfection! ,aa cad be found In this ,'keting of this magnificent' body of the .&nfh. '., L and should, never- be given a econd
I on'Jlis
was laid out in ten, twenty and forty attractive, that none carfcrlticie or twI ?ahrstataIhaHrlter had the pleasure choicest land In our great. State. \ .. thought '

acre farms last fall and sold in 'an I I displeasedAnd while I am no longer of riding over and inspecting t. t wiandj II r. Arthur E. .Doneganreceived'''a It)is', more than probable that the'

astonishingly short apace of time, an* officially conneeted with the, League, Ifeef which lie in a solid body, six by eight; > A GREAT COtiNfiiThis telegram from Mr. Hopkins;'at l uGalJje -' Board of Trade .will take an active' part

the same people are now laying out an deeply Interested in the movement. mile* in''area. On these twenty-six ; ; on Wednesday; night; about o'clock, in this campaign'"of. progress, ;ta ,It" ....
additional 'ten. thousand 'acre in the,1 and cannot help but say it ia the greatest thousand acres are man, million of ...:....:... to the effect that lit 'was ;rumored In composed of the beat .and ..most'influen-,

,neighborhood( ; while developing many offer for the money' I know of.' And feet of long; leaf pine timber In' coqn I.' Section( Will Be the Most Populous that place" that Mr. Robert DonePD'1 tfal citizens of this town and county: .,. ,,
thousand of acres of truck l lands on the I fully expect to see the ladle of?the lea thousand of giant trees, that have I had been' shot 'on the, who are'ever,foremost In anything. that
Hart Memorial Chapter enjoying"their in Florida. about forty-five miles down the tend the public "to'the' advancement :
outskirts of Tampa.At j I paver received a stroke from the j ,county. to eooo or ,'
St. Cloud' last August there, vas 'house-in about two, months; and every pentln r'* axe, but stand In all wr-I|I The Rev. S.V..' .Lawler, presiding ,Mr, Arthur Donegan Immediately.! of our people'.interests and

1 ,only a autv or'a hack, but pow .oyer citizen in the, comrrunity should assist magnificence and
700 population. i I| the chapter by at least subscribing! for the greatness, the splendor and the '. church, has the.following to say of this brother. at 'ono y and, he would lean I 1 ly discussed-: 'at the" .m.tlnir'OQ, ;,.Monde- ,
magazine. Yours truly of nature Ktasimmee by auto. with help and a vastnes* ; section in the Florida Christian Advocate , ,, '
acres southeast of __
Fifteen thousand I "E.. H. WlLKEBSON., Oar this tract are some of the most : physician,, and at 830 'that night; ; ,in : ; r xi

Lake City are 'being colonized. by Illinois beautiful lake in:the stats, ,vii Center "People are coming to'Florida'' a* 1 I I company with M..n.,Dan Smith;B.C. 'I for the Benefit of,the V;, I.,,S.' ,

c.pitallata./; MASONS 0 fT Lost Joel Trout Preston /nd< Myrtle. have) never seen' them; in the twenty- Miller, Gerald Aahton.hod Dr. Rivera, I! '..;The Orlando 'Elk*; ont'oltdaterenoi:
1. Othercapitalist* are colonizing 30,000 Lake Preston, almost in its center, haa five years I have resided In the State. left for the ranch, making'the triple to the Board of Trade's annual banquet, .

jierea-In' _Orange _
a- 'tl In &the Interests of Rebuilding Solo water in the county, being 71.67 feetabove em College to the congregation of their happiness when they'found ,Mr. in, this city on Friday; Feb. ari' J8tb,

i' Sixty thousand acres midway between mon's Temple.. sea level. A system of canals Klssim nee\ last July, I told them it Robert Donegan as hale and hearty and Instead& of the:14th, aa .waa'advertised., ,

Orlando and Klssimraee Is being' rapidly i Arthur B. Howe of Massachusetts, I all fifty feet wide, connect all of these would be only a. few yean when the welt as the day he left Kissimmee, and This performance Ia given:f or.th benefit -

i N sold.. .j I.I!who Is spending a few weeks vacation; lakes, which makes a perfect system of Klssinrnoe, valley, stretching away to not even a scratch 'on his hand about of our.Village Improvement Society,, '

These are but a few of many Illuslrations.of I in Tampa, has received an Invitation to drainagejjor: every foot of the entire Lake Gkcechobea) and down the Caloo- which he could>> tells harrowing tale ofa the'society that has don*, rid J*'doing' a3

the! development now going onrFlorida.v I address a meeting of the officers of all 'twenty-six thousand acres, waters from sahatchee f river to Ft,.Mye'rs, would be lonelv woods duel-in other words,. much toward the .advancement*of. Kis, ,.
----- -\ I!,i : borne of the lakes emptying Into the Betkled. Thing were already astir in there was no foundation for the story i I simmee.: -
Masonic in '
lodges Washington nearby
Quoting HerWt N. Casson In Mun- !states to be held at the Arlington! Atlantic, Ocean through the St. Johns that direction. I was at ,Kissimmee a tnd all the parties are at a loss to understand No one who has ever'attended a per- .

aey's Magazine: I' hotel, Washington, at an early date in River at Mayport, and other into"the few days ago, and Its population had how such a report could get; ',.formance given,by the Elks regrets the, v
"Florida is a land of many colors-a Gulf of Mexico through the Caloosa- iicre cd WJ. 1 went for 'to into circulation. '
1 the interest of the rebuilding of Solo- ; a Sunday money it cost and the Orlando delega*- ., o-
L,>. rainbow land of green palms, red poin-' 'mon's Temple, he belifg president "of" a hatchie River at PUP t&Rfwsa-" sir Cloud- -new-colony;, when the-t) It was a tlred.-_though. joy/uU party, j I,|: tion-are laid to have'-no superior-;W1\.-

lettias, blue waters' white benches and society Having this in view. The All the land lying adjacent to these train pulled. in Saturday night there!" that reached the city at 4:45 yesterday Florida.as f unmakers. The performance :

+AI yellow oranges "I meeting will be held purpose under the directionof lakes is the richest of muck, and Will were 800 people at the station. Sunday I, morning, and Mr, ;Arthur Done,an J I deserve. the! )'no.tiiberal. palrd"n-

"Men are now finding gold in. Florida < Mrs Aaron Morley Wilcox who was produce anything in 'the greatest quan- morning I looked out upon 300 house spent the balance ot the day answering age' from our people and ,no adbubf.will '4receive
"':not in mines, but in forests, farms tity without the use of an ounce of fer and; tents erecte.ls Ince the June meet- ;< questions asked by Robert's numerous,.I' 'it ." '
'' Instrumental in adding great force tor ,
fisheries and factories? No all, _the tilizer, while the soil on" the prairies'.Ispeculiarly ing. I preached to people filling three j friends. ,I g.numbe- *"
r the movement through the distribution '
gold that was found! in Nevada and adapted to' the successful rooms, something more than a hundred i An unusually. .. of: real'; .
would of a large number of charts of the Tempie. of all field _ .Go to the Board of Trade Monday' estate sales were made this-:week;j- both '
Arizona last year, for. instance, growing! . ,er9p.L.J cornr' -aTOt there"would Tme been many more 'N
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to Florida .-Tampa,Tribune. .. -etc- The tinV f:night and assist in the election"of the in 'city and suburban property,:'and.: our'\ "
'equal the wealth that went --- -' ---...- sugar cane, nee,barley, : \ if they could have had accommodations j, 1"\1
for.her frulta andevegetables'norwouy ; ld#' 'Mrs, Boring,of Dade, City visiting' I ber, of which there, are many million There are more than 1,600 people there; f i I, officer to serve. '' during the next. twelve 'land agents say that'' .buyers, ire'.arrirI "..".
; "3 mines her sister Mrs. Geo. Gilbert feet i ia fortune (In itself and 1 months. > I line on train' :' .
.,the total output of Alaskan gold .. a when they ire coming. every.day 'and those,] ' -every. 'c' e '
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t. .:,..',.,."t,..:".:t4I.. . '' /' . ' 1 THE CAUsE Of COLDS Proclamation by tbe Mayor SIGNALS<< OF DISTRESS E. GILBERT' r 9.

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I J" .lty'y, Nol'loe ol Special E1/Ic I.n under and by Jic KisBitnraee. People !Should'! Know. .
Good Advice Regarding the Pre tUB or tin authority vented In ma ma- Mayor of CONTRACTOR R and BUILDER
:: k ;1. ,'. REAL ESTATEINSURA'NCE' the City of Ktealmniw by the following Ordlbinea How to Read and Heed Thera: : q,
vention of Coughs and of said Olt,. .
Sick kidneys give. many, signal of dis! o
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AN ORDINANCE providing\ forte lanuanc*W tress.
f :, Colds. the City ot KI.elmmee'of Bond In Corlaln The secfcetlons are dark', containsedirrlent. a: Plans and Estimates FurnlshedfA
r ., 1 e Amount for lilt (Purpose of Inntalllnlj a Uualotpal . '.

Slalem of Waterwoikt and Snwerage, Passages are frequent; scanty, pain . e It
It people, would ,f i>r4y fortify: and and for tho Anbnilaalon of the Question of ful.! , : GENT 1

examination 'of Titles ay' strengthen .tha system, the majority of Kuclt''Issuance to ati Klyotlou. of the QualladFdactoYs'of Backache (fs constant. day and Wght. _. .: .. -Ii ,

cases j 9 f coughs, colds and pneumonia! Snld ('It,. ; Headaches.and dizzy spells are fre-
V ....... "" '.'for: irrigation, .alid alna e.' 10
;'' .SpecfaUy i f migljfba avoided. These troubles 'are N II. the Inmallatluu add operation of a qu.mt. The Famous Menfe Pump 50,0Q.Q
weakness municipal/ system of waterworks' and S..e..geII '.The weakened kidneys need 9u1ck J 1.600.000 jtallone'p r hur. ,
which I
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....'. produces doomed necnwiry by the Council the City '50 H P. Steam Engines B ', 200 H. ''/ .
r a catarrhal condition ojf Aha mucous . help.llo'tdelayi Gasoline Engins- to P. ':
, ; Correspondence! 3SoHclted.! ( blll..lmmee.(n4 Use .a .special<< kidney . Boilers Any Size.. s ,.
membrane, which is an internal, \\h..rM, It will Uo uecexaary to bond I Ijie Cityin remedy., /
I.t.. : .. I' skin of the body When the skin is ardor lo pr./vide the fends. with which. to Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick.kidneys ..Stamped Meta! Shingles, Ceiling and Qutside\ Walls-Any D .: ,J
,, ooDHtruat find malnl'.li|Hiioh Watvrwurka. and. backache and uianary dillOrd rs7
1 weakened it; becomes easily infected "H" < MONUMEN1
REAL[ ESTATE fOR SALE .
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l' J' FLORIDA with germs '''Which cause' many of the .V'bureau, tho mlatlnn. legal l bending" catmolty ment. IRON FENCES ;i\ '

r. ,,. ..., diseases to which flesh is heir. Healthy of the City,I based uiou| Ibo .hut aatemmout roll. Mrs. T. J. Byrd o( KisBimmeo, Fla.,. ,
( .... . r'f'-'' ,;#, Beautiful 1 winter I home sites situated mucous membranes. are essential snfe ol!I1$., avaluble. fur till purpose la ...1,41\14.00., says: : "I suffered from backache and ........,) f
; Therefore, .b.. ( ordalnwl. the Council of in kidneys That kidneys
i' . Jn the Lake Region oj Florida! guards of tho.body's general J Ji by pains my my
health.
Trucking and Farming Lands in larger the, Ot, of KlnHlidm.""eHooilon were weak was shown by the unnatural "," "-,,, ""'" ,
: I : An excellent aid/Jn! tho prevention of 1. TII.tuiliurcad. lijr vlrtlui of the condition of the secretions. When Iliad ..
.. at,small' tracts. COURTS colds] pneumonia and suchlike power vented 'lu the city of Kl.*1mni"o br Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my tM/L MAG'M. a ;MlHat I-t1AACTe1 .,: r'

--' CITY- -PROPKRTY!:- A SPECIALTY: infectious diseases, I is a remedy that hitplHr HOi, Auto of 1W>5. Laws of lorlda.. the notice, I procured a box from the Kis- f
I CJ'y.' ,,1.III""lIe. It.bonds for the arise of Forty simmee Druff Co. and began their use
d/l' Ce List( your property with me for quick wiN prevent or cure catarrh. lirio I Thousand. and No-100 Dollars. Hf Martyr\ They brought me relief and improvedmy 'MACH BROS. ,
isles We have a remedy which we honestly thaw bonds, to bo itylud "aterwork .and condition in every Way." 1
: believe to be unsurpassed; in excellence $.wer.geaoud.," of thu deuomlnatloa of One For sale by all dealers.. Pries! 50 ( ..
aC{ H. BREAKER for tho prevention of coughs f colds and Tlioi..>and boilers naoh; drawlUK' lutorunl, 'fey cents: Foster-Milburn Co.,' Buffalo I -and Sale Stable.1WOOD 1 1r
I. : all catarrhal conditions, It is the prescription able BHml.aunualfy! at the rate ot six per i"?ut N. Y., sole. agents for -the United Livery Fed (
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7 'e Box 178 KISSiMMHK, FLA. per annum maturing lu Thlriy Years from States.
iis of a' famous physician, who Remember the Doan's and \ .
s .' dote of_iHiuauooanfollowa: Five Bond In Five name- -:--GRAYINGEverythiii
--- ------- has an enviable reputation"of thirty Years, Five Bond lu Ten Team, Five: Uonda IDFilioCn take no other. .
L of gained' through the use Yearn, Eight Blind In Twenty Yoara, -
: years cures
Firsl-Class. Wo
and will 'J
--. Ten Boutin In Twenty Five Year, and Ten ?' is New
Osceola of this formula/ We to makeno
promise
: County Beau I I" Tblity Yours, and lien |luten .t and .,yaettrtee4aehilleeed4r4e of Homier Prompt lend Satisfactory Sera '
charge for the medicine l should it fail prluotpaapayable in void or ILl equivalent .t t

to do as we claim. We urge everybody! Urn office of the Trouiunr of amid City, Bald i SALTED :JI vice Day or hht.. All Kinds ",
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: 1 . Abstract Company who has need of such a medicine to try bode to be iHHlied for the purpose of installing lloavy Ifimllng. :

Rexall Mucu-Tone. and ronxtrubting a mutilolpal ayateni of 'aterworka i I ALLIGATOR HIDES :; w ,
and Sewerage lu said CJv.Hvttiuu PHONE1t3 '
It stand to that could not AT BEAMAIM'S OLP SJ"AIMD."
reason we
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c' .___. .: '. G. P. GARRETT Manager afford to make auth statements' and date aa practicable which tho'quei- | BOUGHT BY TUB "'

,-- -- give our own personal guarantee to this tloii having to the be qtutllnmttoiui submitted. to preiiorllwd electors of by said Section City, i! GROSSMAN LEATHER[ [ CO.. i ---- -- - ,-_. .' --=.- "" I
remedy if we were 3Bot prepared to .. .. -- -
i '4 a Real estate prove the reaaonableness of our claimin lice, ol. lie oeim'al btatutoi of the state. of If 75 Fifth Avenue 0 .................................................. .................. '
L Titles examined and reported on HoridH until beih Imuance of vald bonds, and -
w S Taxes paid for non-residents every particular, and we see no rea- lice Ma>ur.hall forthwith Issue his p.o.IllI\.a.! >, NEW YORK CITY :: i WHAT IT MEANS! i

Instruments relating to ,real estate son why any one should hesitate to accept lion for Maid election ::[ Write for out atalotrue nhnwmff, the :F r -
carefully drawnCorresoondencei oilr offer and it. We,have twosues : "e,tan{ a. That the form of the Ballot to be w J klrulH and sizes of Hides w.nt d. 1.. : Many neoplo d.> not know whet H lin'"ik a < niriuil ,I" for, or the dlflaranoa b.- : .
x try lueon .bank of little nr no "npital mid one wuh a terse capital
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UH.'dat end Election uliull bu Htibatanllally :
I SollcittdrBargains of Rexall Mucu-Tone prices :53; t..I lows: :: Waters & Carson Gro. Co. : : A"H"K',H I AI'IIAI-. A"i.'ItPII'H i i

r cents and $1.00.( ) Sometimes a 50-rcnt OI-II.IVI.. HAIKOT. MunlolpHj, UoadlnjII. eeI j lath* tend that. i>r-.t.i>itin< ,,1'1",>-it"ir. from I I..-- 'ihi.n'(on, I ho larger It U the' I
=-=- ) 10..11,,ii. A. D mid,, City of klxMlinM ::; OUR AGENTS : : grantor proluc,'lion tin. .1"1".0" ,hit, ,. i. 1 11"0 honk Pea a .
bottle sufficient marked
is to give r'lief. ,o,,."> ,, .irldi. ....ite's/MISSS.4l.IFtrti'hJ. ... Cnpitnl uf tkotM> ) mi, I_ I
As a general thing the, most : ""urilu| hull. I ..r l I"'OW'( (MI _
Mnkt u roMh tutirk/ (x) b.t..r" 'the quentlon of 'miKMMm
chronic case is relieved with an averageof uurchnee. .: -Uxkli.dd..re': lI.h.lhl. ... E.

three large bottles You can obtain "\f">for. oneI : A total "{, $mi' ,.K) (NJ : :
J or't'aterworYa"", Sewerage llombiKnlnnt . : '!Ills mean tliai MI inii- Rexall! Remedies in KiHsimmce only fit
J J.I E. & Co.
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1 our store.-The Rexall Stole, Osceola ,..\ Uateruorkn. and 8e..It.W. Hoii.bt ; Sharpe -i cent This pmtwtion IN i
I'Ui.in 1.I should IhnlHHUHllon' of ald boivlHl .
In all kinds of Real Estate. Pharmacy. l iiuthorleeedlylhologmrud (.uolhfrdx' lute i STATE BANK: OF. KISSIMMEE 0 "fn

IAw Pire and Life Insurance and I tni-uhitlil. ( bund' chill l". U>ui< /1\' : I.I.IIM IS
:. Armour's Fertilizers Renting for Sa e. I 1.\\ n!thnt.!<'lay, end the ('"",,.'II nlmll ,l h o. : I K I vs *ft I fVt K*K::atA FLr7RIDI., .

\\L and Collecting Rents a Ten acres good (trucking land adjoin- fi. such i.suan(''', iiro'..i|(! l b1 orllimucv. for i r. CAR'O\: I IIs- M-tPK I !: N. It..<'ARSON -
;: Specialty Taxes paid for ing city limits; fenced; 5 acres under h. r'diluptirm' of .al,' rIo.I..t, tiiatu. lty Bud l lf Staple and Fancy Groceries j I'rl.M. la .. I FII-I I l-'Ill- Cashier

plow; flowing well. Price $1,000; terms ir I tilt !pnytni lit of the .UHin.at inane| the Maine< I -r ......................................................................
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:; Non-residents. if desired We also has e several tracts *cet t on :i. 'I'hatallorllnuu or parts llu'reol -
for sale and III r..nflh'lllt'r..I'h.I '.....all,1 the eat',,.. are. ' .. .-
on terms, can quit anyone s.\.=NU ((01 :>:TI"Horn1: I V 1 ? -- -

'' A; R. O. MEEK clesiriig an excellent mventment hereby repealed. I <' 2.tf NELSON REALTY Co.FOR.SALE Raid a drat and seeo.at tuiiM by iiuaiiiinouatoiiMint "
and |>aHH.Ml in pen KiflHlon thta f.>.nrtb KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA :

t Kissimmee, Fla.jaVafe. day uf January. A, I). 1VIO I f THE CASH STORE !
i J // i (.eaq 'r. W. KIMS.Pntidout I PHONE 176
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First Door North of Post off ice
J. K. GILBERT Fin ii Settlement I and ,:
AlarAE attkrA .LStof3 t-! ( ;Notice 01 '
l4 I 2:1,000: ) acres of 1'lmb.; Clerk of the. City of KJaniramee. ..-........ 1"\.
.M. TILLER Land on railroad. I, T M. Murphy, <. Mayor of .aid City of Application for Discharge. :
.. : Klashgmee.do..| hereby Proclaim ad \Denlarelhat : There you will find SHOES, HATS,
-' Nml<'e In hrreb given thai the undralrnedH |
20,000 acres of 1'liOH- I aSiMTial! Kleollon of the qualified. voteri . .
Real Estate Ailmltil l''r it the rotatet Jerry M.
,y i! --j Agency. pliatc Land. '. of said,I CIL). will be hold at the City Hallltiaaid Potter. ti
N k a\q .wNaa\.NN.N.Na\w\\wN acres 4 ity: during the legal hour of votlug. on TCed- ..v o. naak riiial npuleni'iit with the (..cantyJudge :
: 2tl.oOO of .PastureLand. n... i Realty bought and sold.) the quuitlrm of bonding the City In thO' 'aon' of PI'H" inr Anal iljxc.!ll-ygcasaaldAdmlatetntee.(
; Houses.rented. $4.1,00000, ...14 Issue of bonds to be issued. upon II." .
il-4 bec.f JHH E.L Ov'nnsranrr: : -
P 50,000 seeps of Virgin the terms and iu ftba manner prescribed in the Call Before

. j Taxes for non-residents.paid and Titles verified Timber on railroad. aid OrdlnauceThe followingajuaVifled. votera are hereby an -6"mo anlmlnlatrMor J, rr> M.'....It.A.*. of Buying! Elsewhere -

Fire Life( and Accident In- .{[ 24.000 acres t, u r I p e n- polnWd.to nerve as OffWter* of said Election: a "l'II.I' 'tttl+++++++++, +++++t+++++.*++ i+++++
surance. r tine lands. SO with R D. Utllos, W. 3. Havwell, H. N. Brattoo MInHpoclora i
acres .. .. Notice M Final Settlerrrent find
/ t Indemnity aid A M Gilbert I l rk -- --- --
; Bonds. lit 10 acres bearing orange lu vrltnnMH. wberevfv I have hereunto..,my Applrtation. I for D1Mcilar gc.'TO .

-_.... .._ .... crove.Ii hand a* Mayor of IIi City, and oauaod the Cornorata .
1 Peal of the said City: toJ'be hereunto af- AM. WHOM II MAT f'ONf'ra'N:
{ ) acres in city limits!' axed by lu Clerk this?"he' aooottd" day of February aotlceabanihy, irivpu kbat thw..nd.rMIr1Hd. 1ST. F'e' BAS.S' :
A,D. 11nO. \ an guardian. of Ira M. !I....., mini,r, "ill on Monday ..
t $ good house and ontbuiltfings [Signed] T-tr.: MuarMT. v tbtt J''h'd.' .)' of Judy A, f1910.. .. 10 a .1:1

: ; : DB. JOSEPHINE: :}l lIBPE with :3acres J,, of bearingrange.grove Mayor, ,of UwClty of. KiMlmmee., .' locR. a, ...., Pl'.... n. mf final r rllrl for ".... '

,. 4-11... ....... .. , flrrnhlion the H!!<*ui.Iv. ),'MljfHHoMne'' : ru Oweela CONTRACTOR : (
'. f"" . ,,,.., 15 aerej> A."".t 'r f3auntyv'7l; < ri,la, .....4'' will aa..l... to"aald .1 and BUILDER -

OSTEOPATH fine truck land, 'with'&lr .a J.lark R.OlLBBItT.of-the City of Kliwimmee." Court for luji dlMUar,,t* a* irumuiaa.. of .anti .
JHIIN V Lrw,
tesian well (hat flows minor
"b Graduate of the S. S. 0.. and 100 gallons minute.over r.J-IIt innlh\ OlanJIau.J. Does, General Contracting and Buildingand Furnishes Esti-

Y' : per Kissimmee -- - mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether

? Still College of Osteopathy. For information write Granitoid Stone Works If' F. FARRIS & CO. it be a Two-Room-Cottage-or a Tourist Hotel!;

I 'SpeolaUn 10 diseases of Women and Makes everything in Cement line Ma.kes.a Specialty of
'" i L. A. MINX &. CO. REAL ESTATE bT. CLOUD FLA. boring ARTESIAN WELLS' '
Piers Houses
such as Blocks, for ? Cement -
I and exarnloUon '
tfCbllcJrel1. Consultation '
{ in which he has met with
the
1 I "/a free I KISWMMPE, FLORIDA. Sidewalk Tile, P&rch Columns; ntay.nd.dldtkinde ol Baal KaUl St. L loudProperly greatest success I' ;
s { ." Mondayaad TnurtdajrvOtBoa .evenlDlls. : __... _. Sewer Tile Stone btvps: Chimney. a Specialty Con.seundene.oitelted of any man in Florida. ?
} ---- Stone. Can save one-hair
t al Grayitone Hotel. ; you neorlr .
1 r11f on piers and Is better than 'brick; one Gin him work -'' i
jj r dY half the expense on oblmnevs.Wlill your done.I.ISStmmee Fla. h h'a :
will be well and quickly ,
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-I ER \ do general: contrasting in bulld- Q / .....
lug net of wood stone ton brick. Ce- .'.\
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LFflUDDZOB work In all All work
S ment : lines. .
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CIVIL ENGINEER AND .... guaranteed flrst-class.. e"OriJYWlto "

Agent for the celebrate Courtrlfirht ,..
SURVEYOR meW) Shlnale. .
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r. ,r 'r -ate.t'rt' .. jCollege. graduate. Extensive B.. DICKERSOF. aaal UI "" """ --- """- ""'- 1'NN'MNIN$ ....

3 ? ... and Le.of. getting thavervlateA
experience on municipal gan-

:) 'Reial: ;state oral engineering work. All work H. JENKI+ S; >in your con: footwear ec2 cuftamatyte at j!Holiday Goods ..

', carefully executed. a leaMooableTprice: M to .
cone to UI f fix a pair of 4 ."
Office!,! in Thurman Building, >kSurveying 4 AN'

t K1SSIK'rt13Ee' FLORIDA :;.___ a _=--r. r- 'r- = =. -== : and REGAL j EXCEEDINGLY! FINE LINE OF

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t e 'Plant v/'OOd'.rSeeds Drafting SHOES ,st\ CUT GLASS. I

They kaTa a ary atyla. .faatmaM # 1
t ), "' be found IB ike and....... = PURSES, HAND BAGS PAPETRICS t" .
,,""' :31:*. 'QO""XNN" R For Superior CropsWood's : i
fl'' p8 air. New Yank,t utkoo beikgoessad
p OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL TOILET CASES
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lot "R SCROKOSatBHDBHca \ Regal MANICURES
.. 30th Annual Seed Book : ETC. $ ,
PHOMB M.: It......... useful aDd KISSIMMEE. ELA. eacrf.a.Ix.e
II .b one of the moat oem
CALL AND
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FLOaDA.CARSONID roe : : YOUR
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DANNYi KISSIMMEE
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:f! lC.Lv*1 -W. W. : to print for E. P. $350 DRUG CO I
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u. j* b.NTAI-.PARLORB The Market Grower '1 ,
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'.... .>of..,.'; PUVERB BUILDINQOVKR The Private GardenerThe f i iI $400 I --
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N 1 (, .. HOURS I ., TO TO "5 'Vfa" Wood1 Seeds are' grown and $500 SUNNY SOUTH
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.- selected With special. referenoe to STABLESGEO.
the soils and climate of the South.and

|'" .) ; : T. /ft d.[ RIVERS, /ft d. D. every southern planter should
1. . have Woods 8aad Book so as to W. OVERSTREET >
'' r ,PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON be fully posted aa to the beet seeds. I rop.
Mailed free
for southern growing. '.
Office over thct'uJu.1.'harUl&c; t. Writ for Its
t .yk. on requ
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w .* I lU-WeneeRJ Boarding
n nKv S.I WOOD SONS ; '
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. Saadtman, Richmond Va.. FpR Well equipped with New Stock and,/! Vehicles

])r / ; G. Thomason w. are> h.sdqu.rl.rrt.r. ... pared to meet aI]I demrfndlwlU; '(>rfeot satisfacUo"-
., Oraa. and CI.".. S.... ... Po.sate. Motor 1 s
...6..d o.t. Cow .... Gray Co. ,
... : .r,.'. ' :PHYSICIAN' .* andSURGEON ....1Id.$ B.Gorda.".. a>nd Nsrda all Farm, a Heavy Hauling and, Boarding !Horses a: Specialty. '. \ '

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c1rA... ':"" DAVID STARR JORDA.N. Pr..ld..t'.r the E.Und 1 I b" ty,.
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I ORLANDO..,FLORIDA'' ., S' '_V dwell. on the financial: coat qf war. I'Tjnaiit-tQ dwell l ., ...... .,r ' )k.-
i on"the effects .of war,on the.human race .. y 'i"SELL WE BUY '': ,:. .
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., . .We are|the agents for E. MoF'S S : If" OUR HEROES ARE lLllq ,OFF' IN AR HA'( .1 '.. ._'_ .'. ..'..\. .,..
+ THEY CANNOT BREED FAMILIES.' THEREFORE' WAR I HIDES "1. .I"-f'- "

. .i \-. Z; andfFlanders 20 Automobiles and__ CAUSES_.REVERSAL""OF THE PRINCIPLE" .OF' NATURAL SELECTION. GRAIN i 5'). ..:.iJ'..1.-\1.\ . \ it:, "
. .j vi11 "be able maker deliveries "IIt" ' S .' -----S, --t.':? + "
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; these, cars-rreports to the \contrarynotwithstanding. When the BEST men are selected for destruction in wart e SHINGLES WOOL, .. ',w4. ;b. ', i ,.
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While not women directly, "-
I WEAKER. war '
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CLASS MAN after. the first class LE COUNTRY. ."' .. -
.' NOT :MARRY A SECOND : CRATES.. :
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n', r ltitititi titi tititiiM7z man has been sacrificed. CRATg.JjA.JLS PROJ2P.. p
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THE FALL OF. ROME WAS t>UE TO THE WARS THAT We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. : ' -It"1 .,
KILLED OFF THE ROMANS. And the same can be said of the We give special attention to 'Pitting- out hunting. and camping1.
R S. parties. . ., i\\
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downfall of Greece'and many other nations. France would bare been ,", wtw. .
Free ,
delivery in city limits Phope No. 12. ,j ,
r greater today had the Napoleonic warS not been fought. took at. we are county agenta-for good .t.rtiliz.rs---Alkl.ua; -or-clrculafi""i" '-. __.. -.
the decrease in stature of the French people-today over the French and prices on fertilizers. ';
, SELLS THE BEST AND r
.] people before,the first consul offered up so-many men.as the price hewas l . .,, ,
PUREST willing to pay to gain his personal ambitions. .England suffers )OCOCOIOCOCOCOCOCaoaoraoao aoaorao> >Ia>I sosoxrao: >tafioj" a, I; '

"'.'' less"' than-the other nations in this respect because her sons have gone .C. A. CARSON.PrwWrH. J. A. CRANFORD.vla. .Pr.ld.nt. a L,LUPFKB.9.e ,. :.r.,:
yel r'
- all over e world and renewed the race in other climes. The wars t ".. .1 '". ,
GROCERIESAnd fought in thVoountry: have LEFT THE MARK ON :THE PEO 4 . *:f *&' -- _-

-' PLE. \; . ,. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. -ft
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Delivers Them Free !
[ Guixot once a kei J tie, Russell Lowell how long the republic f

-4, would endure, and Lowell, answering, said, "Just BO long as the principles -- i _.... "\'- \ %

,/ Old Collier Stand, North'Kissimmee. of the founders endure." To-<.his I would add: Pugh and DressedPine !t)

THE REPUBLIC WILL LIVE JUr. 8 LONG AS THE BLOOD' OF'
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FREEMEN RUNS IN THE VEINS_ OF TH OMINATING SECTION OFIMEan's Lumber. ,.

Kissimmee Wagon Works THE POPULATION. ... '. 'O-

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- OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH lHOUSE : .lG.
Money Making nia
; BILLS A SPECIALTY_
. '. Under New Management With Enorough Experience and U-to-Date ,
Blacksmith, W-heelwright,, and Horseshoer. Result of Woman's Craze >>ocxxOCOCouOCOCOCOCOUOclOCOCOCOCMlaorOC"j: > >('h "' : a
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AlloKinds, Blacksmith-Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing For Dress. "

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ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SATISFY.Solicit HE DRESS PROBLEM IS ONE OF VITAL IMPORTANCE IN. ,". ,' ..... .
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A8MUCH AS WOMAN'S MANIA FOR FINE APPAREL IS -TO"J.. ,:,. .4t
"; Yo.r Trade and I C LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR MAN'S MANIA FOR MONEY '.1!t,.''" s.'". .
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} "'ill Tr.at Yon Rla.t u. MAKING. THE PROBLEM IS ALMOST A DOUBLE. HEADER. TT JttPA .. H "
, ,0: MONEY SITS ENTHRONED ,IN OUR COUNTRY AND DRESS
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18 THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE.

: IDREWCO: : I honestly! think'the average.man, reproved by his wife for over-

..'. attention to business, would gladly lessen the grind if it were possiblefor .Panama Cana>Celebratiin() .' : e

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him to do BO and still pay her bills. The average man has a normal ,, .

::9: longing for the simple life: It is WOMEN: : WHO MATTE NE- Tiiceets on-sale February IB, 16, 17; 18,!ZIt 22, 23, 24, ;\ ,... \ '; ," '
Stationery, Book and Art Store CESSITIES OF LUXURIES. The cost of woman's apparel, if the with final limit February! <27th. . rVIA

wearer wishes to keep up to date, is undoubtedly extravagant, and it = :, ,, \

: 45-49 W. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ,naturally, follows that the mien,r who provides it "." " -:-- -- la.-1"., :.1'>. ", ." ,4 t ,
OVERTIME OR GO ,INTO '' ".fA'"S' 'ti''' '
must WORK y ) .,i'II"j! d'hrd .
,. . .."" . 'BANKRUPTCY;. Of course w he. sometimes'does.; ;."., 't1anticCoast A ; .B.. ,; ":1:.B'ne' r:. !, ',) it
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\ Women are not Mo much to blame for extrava* ...,... I ,':!"',.
and Oftice Worker.
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gance. It is rather the conditions by which theyare CV'', -i'I ll

\, AND' Tell us what you need In Special Ruled Blank surrounded. Women, do not really dreu for any.information call on Atlantic Coast LJnelTicket' Agtntr, or -,.9 lEJ4-, '
Books. We have them In Stock or Make Them C. .'' ..
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the
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MOST to Order. I Y. R. BEASLEY, I j. 0. KIRKLAND. ; : ; '
j :MEN The who want to keeper d r '
woman : TP.'A. Tampa. Flan b.P;.A.:. v
\\1 i C01'1P.LBTE: . Office Furniture, Typewriters '. maintain her social status-and surely DQ/ Oman, .. Ii

: .. STOCK Busineas and Fancy Stationery, Artists' Sup= ean be blamed.for, that-must,always.be well dressed ; .
IN lies, Toys, S rtlne Goods, Printing, BIND- A MAN* MAY HAVE/ 'A DECORATIVE ,FR.lfiaE' ...AT/THE" BqTTQM THE GBWTONE G/IBIIRE/ : <,fiND( PCBIHE, 'l'Y.' :

m") .ING, L1THOQAPHING...... WE Save YOV time OP HIS TROUSERS, OR, THEY MAY BE.,A T"UT,,!. E, OtA ED, AND : ,
:. .'HE. and Money.k BAGGY 'AT'THE.KNEE' 'JVITHOUT;;BEINaOSTRACIZED, ,BY. NN.FRLLOWS :ANTHONY'A. :. 'LOLLtBProprietor.FalrbatiksMorsei .:, "' .J''':: ,
h Over OR. BLACKBALLED, AT THE. CLUB,;.*pT FEW' WOMEN HAVE ,....... --.r" w.ACaaaNTLLPOfa ,, ,... .
SOUTHEstablished Half
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THE MORAL COURAQC TO ENDUREXTHE' POLITE SNEERS OFTHEIR .. r\: ,
..J.. OWN SEX"BECAUSE. THEY/ARE NOT, 'STRICTLY UP TO. '
DATE. IN'THE MODE OR TEXTURE OP THEIR APPAREL;; .: !. -ftSJ Engines: .: 'i$!

It t is pitiful that'what is worn outside 'of one should'be such an . 'and Irrigating: . :Outfits.. .. :-' '.-$$;;$:

,important factor of lifeburit; ,is unquestionably true-Dot only true ..., .'.". !.':. '

of, wealthy people; but proportionately with the.middle olaaa This AUTOMOBILES, RENTED, ,oRII REPAI fA LD'i' -.' ,,.. '..,
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: ; condition cxisti..in jrfvry of the land. There are two.faahion: I : .. "..: 1ARTESIAN .
FALL OODSI1 city "' .. . -1"c . .,' ../>:; 't 11->',
G magazinea published in this country to every one devoted to literature.It ANY' aWe '
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:1 has: become SIMPLY IMPOSSIBLE FOR WOMEN TO SOON.VERSE ., 'h ,. ;;--, .'. ,..
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; a '1 Br WILBUR WRICHT. AmvMUt. L. Lesley: Mercantile ,::Co. ::' .
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IS THE GREATEST SPORT IN THE WORLD. IT IS
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SLEDDING, LIKE MOTORING LIKE SAILING, BUT I 0 .1.
ST- CLOUD FLORIDA;
fLYING INCREASED EXHILARATION AND FREEDOM.'
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aeroplane flight, contrary to the general impression, 'r
s is FAR STEADIER THAN THE FAMILIAR MEANS: OF' LO THE NEW COLONY STORE : r
A FULL STOCK TO SELECT(} FROM 'i' 'i
. ]I gKatz's COMOTION. There is absolute freedom from the bouncing of the -r- -- a3

s automobile, the jar of a railroad train or the rolling and pitching sensations Staple; and Fancy Groceries; 'Shoes pent.j': I /tt1

!! ,8 of*the sea. Nq matter how.many springsj cushions., _maybe Furnishings, Kitchen wnre..Glass_ and |"CMniiiLTj3&

's ,, A' T / added to an automobile, for instance, there will always.be some mo j ware T at Lowest Prices. Confections;!'Cigars TVa If .
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'' g tion. }rt TdMcco. Oils and Gasoline. r'i 'A .
On the other hand, the seat of AN AEROPLANE IS ALWAYS : ;! ;
; 8 STEADY. The aeroplane does not jolt over the invisible j 0 Saves before you money on everything' you want. ;-Seeljpur '*I, # 6.', \
tC) goods buying elsewhere. -s? -: ';
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wind currents: the ruts of the sky. It'cuts its way smoothly. Even tC) Money s.aved is money made.. Do 't'throw"lt"wa,: Tx,.1.! JC .

s supposing.the plane to be gliding at an angle of 45 degrees, the,seat Agents.for, the'Famous Phenl>S ,Safe.. It i. strictly Fire0 -,;;: t

I remains fixed. There is, of course, no absolute parallel in surface .proof Special prices. _. ;.\: : fSTFt"ICTLY'.CA.SFI :

.6 ,.. travel. And, since there is no-roll or pitch to the aeroplane, there is j 0, :' '' "..' VJJ ? ,_ 'f'
I{ NO AIR/SICKNESS, COMPARABLE. TO THE FAMILIAR *, "i;, ii"t !% "

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08CEOLA.COUNTY. FLA.
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) Thriving little Capital of" . -* The Real Estate Man ''of Kisslmmee "

,:w.' B. HARRS...Edltor.aaldProEry Prosper Colony *** fft> fy ,ifl> __., .s.. __ .__, . .:

';S,, J. TRll>.tETT, Associate Editor.SUBSCRIPTION . . , r '- 'ntS .
Messrs. \Vnv Sphaler and A. S/Len- .
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ington were business visitor. to Orlando ,J. *By''.aat_ WILLIAM 'L BORAH or Idahe.J :. J ,
RATES: i 'li'
,0 0.._,.._ _.....'......., ', '. ,;.,.. ..$1noooe.oprHs.eont on Friday last. Five Acre Tracts and Town : ;
? a.i..,....,.......\......... BoAll Household goods belonging to Mr. *+++*t'HE farmer today the MOST POTENTIAL FAOC ; ,
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Mack have arrived and hi*' family are : ; I TOR IN THE WHOLE ECONOMIC .LIFE OF, '('
Mramnnlaationi, .....pt from muthor- '+. for ,Sale 40. '
our ; Lots '" ,
,tad aorra.pand.nU..' mmt In lewd by th..wrttBMtUr .. now.oomf rtably located''ln! their new I THE NATION not because ho is entitled to peculi; ,, \
.it4IJeeUd... .. will .not Joe raturMd. unM. horn in the fsphaler addition: : : .. i '"
.,. thousands
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j. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Kerr iar favor, but beca-1ge -ef FAVOR BEING WITHHELD I.. on side of) the city \-

. Entered- ...at mail tb.Po.ttn4V matt!r....In. It..............Fie.... Las been' very sick, but i is reported 11 FROM IIIM*WHILE BESTOWED UPON: of acres ofPasturrftijdnn .,',

1 .C' .''F- borne better and all are' truly glad to ***** 'OTh; ERS. This treatment is having and baa 'had its

-W -;' ,Fl day. ;;r'elr. ,'3tt 191U.-. heap-it.D. B.-Sphaler-;:-was-- -in, -Orlando-- transacting etfect upon- Tt-i'industrial life" in the country. ------- :Truck; Fait;grin> the County t.., ;<*'. .

business last week. NO MORE 'IMPORTANT PHASE OF OUR I INDUSTRIAL LIFE HAS .

THE OPENING DAY Mr. Menzemer Is preparing returnto BEEN UP FOR CONSIDERATION THAN THE .EXODUS OF THE LAST .
Washington .State, where he has a OFFICE. IN PARK ){&TEL, KISSIMMEE, FLOIDA
THIRTY YEARS FROM THE FARM TO" THE CITY. IF IT SHOULD. .
--- fine him, Ware : l. ,
? position awaiting CONTINUE) TO THE SAME EXTENT FOR ANY CONSIDERABLE J.

Ig Tomorrow the Greati anama Celebration and glad buy to lay 40 1ICrelJ'he will more return'land. some tita' TIME IT WOULD BE FATAL TO REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS. ......l4 ................

,, 'Will, Begin at Tampa Mr. N. Dennis expects! to build .a,fine This government would not last for a decade if that seething .. .. A[ -
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Saturday is the opening day of tI.- hour tTn7r"aft; before long mass of political corruption lately exposed to public gaze in a great i '

great Panama Canal Celebration at Mrs. Hanson and father went to Or- metropolis did not FIND ITS ANTIDOTE AND DISINFEC; fiDE FERTILIZERS ,
; Tampa, which will continue for two lando last Friday on business .-
TANT IN' THE 'HEALTHY PATRIQTIO LIFE OF THE
i of being A force of the roadsIn ; '
week., and which givea promise men are cleaning
i ; in many ways the most successful Sphaler addition. FARMING COMMUNITIES and the business menth-agricultural J' 'BEST AND CHEAPEs r

celebration ever held in the South. On B. B. Prescott, near Taft, was .in village. 3 t _
account of the importance of the occasion Orlando last Thursday. .
It to be a peculiarity the human family that in
b ;the railroads and steamboats have W. E. Murphy returned home from seems propor- i W. & T.'s SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1.For Spring application on Or4 ell .,'
,i offered extremely low rate. from all Conway on Saturday reported a fine tion as we lose our identity in vast aggregations we also virtue THE ange Trees and for first application on Watermelons! Vegetables, etc ell

,, parts of the State, and the cItizen. of meeting in progress and went back to SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY and the inestimable per- A Nothing produces more vigorous growth and it fairly GLUES the youir'If !

Tampa have made thorough preparations continue the meeting Indefinitely. sonal 'pride. When the finger of public ;opinion points to an individual fruit to the citrus trees. 3 .
4' I for entertaining the large crowdsat J. W. Sims, assistant postmaster, 2 SEMINOLE TREK GROWER.-The one strictly chemical; orange tree .
reasonable rates. The Tampa Board was in Kissimmee on Friday last. and beckons for action the results ate generally gratifying.It ''S growing formula on the market. A happy combination of our W.

of Trade has the work of caring for We will be glad to see Mr. Beacham is estimated that 70,000will seek homes in Qtnada and 'will a & T.'S Special Mixture No. 1 and th fruit.and vine formulas =

i visitors in charge, and none will be allowed out in Taft again and to know he has take with them $70,000,060 'or $100,000,000 in caslTdndeffects.' The 4 PERUVIAN ORANGE TREE GROWER.-The highest grade formula
to have cause for complaint. recovered from his illness made with Peruvian Guano as an exclusive base. "
its equivalent which takeI do not much dep ore + Y
or they so I
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money; -
+ The opening day will.be marked by a Mr. Diinbar, of South Carolina, is expected RA"W GROUND DON E.-A very large supply just received.',
ti, : visit from'British-Ambassador James to arrive here some time this. but they are the BEST OF OUR CITIZENS, men whom we can
4 RESULTS IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An attractive
Bryce, one of the greatest statesmen week and go into the dry goods: busi- ill afford to spare. All this is transpiring at a time when there are IDEAL v'?riir showing the'FROM results gained by industry and IDEAL METHODS.sou- <
living airship races by aeroplanes, biplanes -. ness. Welcome.
;
1 UNTAKEN MILLIONS OF ACRES OF THE RICHEST 4
v dirigibles and other kinds of! Uncle Dan Prescott was the guest of WATERS & ARSON (WIOCERV CO.
ii flying machines, which are already in I E. L. Sphaler and family last Saturday. AMERICAN SOIL THAT EVER J3LOSSOMED INTO PROS- : t !

Tampa; maneuvers calvary, artillery I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lenington daughter PERITY WHEN WATER IS PUT UPON IT. .irpddrv s

and infantry companies of the United 1 Marie and son, Kimball, were Tooiner '
Wilson & Fertilizer Co. '
States army, in command of General guests at the Prescott home last Sat- "IKS'g i _
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j Mills;; and a review of American and urday. Will Gluttony Cause ail-'P'Y'iF rY''Pr'6 'V Vm'V -i 'U"g'' >r'U' nn' Ji'Jm' < i jr pinj
c ii foreign warships in Tampa and Hills- Three lots and farms were sold on

borough! bays. Many famous America Tuesday last in Prosper Colony. The Downfall of America ?
y and foreign statesmen will follow Am- Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Anman, of North .

t ? bassor Bryce, and the airship races, Carolina arrived here last week and Ejr th. R.v. Dr. MAD bN. PETERS! of New. York.r .
# are building on a lot in the Sphaler ad- .
movemend dition. America becoming a land of sensualists and gluttonists whose

:: l ington Birthday parade, in which 100 The elders visiting at the Prescott's, ONLY JOYS LIE IN THE DELIGHTS OF THE TABLE Chicken and Egg FarmsKissimmee

floats, many secret orders, several hundred left on Saturday last. and,the appeasement of the animal. cravings
iI beautifully decorated automobiles, T. H. Hartley and family of South'
The rate of the riotous surfeiting in
from all sections of Florida, Ye Mystic Carolina, have arrived and will .make present high living,'
,, to' Krewe of Casparilla, regular and vol- their home here. costly dishes, the waste that follows in the wake of partial consump- sends. thousands of dollars away

e 1 unteer army companies and other organizations Henry Eckhardt, of Pittsburg, Penn., tion, the increase of drunkenness, as proved by statistieei especially for eggs and Poultry, to other States that ought ;.

.. will participate, will be they and W. D. Gleason, of Greensville, .toberaisedhere. ..3.
the wealthy classes and notably in the case of womenall
among go
'KV longest and most' novel ever held in a Mich., are purchasers of Prosper Colony This is the Ce,''ckcst and, best crop for per-
to give an affirmative answer to the question. ,
Southern State. The growth and development land. .
sobs of small means a/ ,u' large energy.
of every industry known to Smithville is no more, and now the The gourmands of Rome with their epicurean tables tolled'the
a A western declares the .l{
d Florida will be shown by these floats.. game of Tats/ heard on all sides and deathknell of the mighty empire. agricultural expert .
,r p. which have been designed by a noted called out by trainmen. hen has become the most valuable living creature -

< .> French artist especially for the occa-I The building going up for Sphaler GLUTTONY IS SAPPING THE VITALITY OF AMERICANS. LU the Amc< :icpuia, > nier possesses. ._ '

sion.Tampa Bros., in the Sphaler addition, will be CULLIAN FEASTS ARE HOURLY SPREAD IN THE HOMES OF THE February fat<--ci) and April are the monthsto -

througb Governor Gilchrist, I II 48x95 feetfond contain a large room RICH, WHILE-THE TABLES OF RESTAURANTS, CAFES AND HOTELS set hens for winter layers.
i ) I Mayor Wing, the City Council and for groceries and hardware; also an GROAN WITH DELICACIES !LUXURIES AND VINTAGES BROUGHT .

Board of Trade, extends a most cordial office, large dining room, 16 bed rooms FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF EARTH.

welcome'to all and a kitchen. This will be a great ad Js America eating and drinking itself to.death as Rome did! Will ....... .
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dition to our town and, an attractive "J .... ., ', ,
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Vtittony AND 'SAP''IT ENERGIES ', .' I' jl "; ..J
'ENERVATE VITAL. fi"I'
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I bave opened a general Jewelry and Mr. Loss and Mr. Tice are among our AND. DULL ITS BRAIN Will it drip the**-brow- of fair America' ' :. : ...""":",,,.!;tl'' """ '')'j't" I" " ..,.,., ,.t'''" '", "" ""Jc'11"1'" :;" ,."..:.f\(. Jd '.' ;1 ,
the of number and : hope they will remain diadem 1J.1Ii-, ''tll'1.) .: ..it$.!{ FOR ;;11tt _
watch repair shop in store Mr. .of the diadem of nationhood I The men. who placed that there .,,,; I\W? ;{'I" i ""\ '\' .";"I< I"-'i'i- "
. ,P. G. White, -optician, on Broadway, among us. were men of abstemious habits and austere' lives. They denied rather 'r' ':"" '
t r and am prepared to do all kinds of worn Mr.'and Mrs. A. Howell and family FIVE-ACRE MUCK TRACTSSEE
incident to the trade. I solicit a share left for Montebello, Va., but expect to than indulged, they.kept down the animal in them for the sake of thespiritual .

of the patronage of the good people of return next year and Improve their five they conquered the flesh, and aa a consequence they were

Kissimmee and surrounding country, acres more and build a large house. able to conquer their enemies. They were :MEN OF MIND AND U. \A/lllSON.'. JR. .
and assure them that If"they deal with Mr."S. B. Rose and con left here last
SOUL NOT OF PALATE: AND STOMACH.: KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.
me,,they will get nothing but the best fuesday morning for Rose City, Mich. ,
'_ -Cv.,6t work. Respectfully, They will atop at Roanoke and Blue- Of all the* ominant nations Americans are the shortest lived -- ,'

*. *' :V J. M. Peen' field, Va, on their way home. Rose They BURN THE CANDLE AT BOTH ENDS: AND IN THE
Why Pay Sixty One
City bat about 2,000 Inhabitant and is ;JUDDLE or
6 named after the Ross _
For Sale. .family.A ... .
hog weighing- pocnds Is in the A MUTTON FED, BEEF FED. BEER DRINKING MESSENGER IN'
.,A '.'JDeOme,re.idence. property, netting possession of Dan Prescott, and its ONE OF 'OUR AMERICAN CITIES COULD NOT COVER -/\ DISTANCE Hundred When You Can' "
Investment of $S 00 located .
cent ,
on s*
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looks prove that plenty to eat can be OF SIXTY BLOCKS WITHOUT- PANTING AND PUFFING: LIKE ASUPERANNUATED
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In center of the fast growing'clty of
bad where.it stays. ENGINE BROUGHT INTO PLAY .AGAIN.
;i St.. ,Joseph;,Mo... ,130,000 population W. L. Van Dusor and Mr, Hall were STEAM' the Best for ,
"," ;r' 'Might trade for Improved or raw Florida Taft victors on Tuesday, brought a The American will DENY HIS STOMACH NOTHING Buy .

'e' land,; Address H., I*; .Chesneycare party and sold while here a. lots THAT MONEY CAN BUY. He, sends to the remotest corners \ '

Byrne Hammer, .. D.,; G. Co.,' Omahe, and own cf the earth for delicacies to tickle his palate. r >. Seven Fifty ? ?
Nebraska.' 7-2tpd
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W, G. Sphaler.. and three friends .
? from Pine Castle, just returned from a I
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for Sale. 10 days..hunt south and report a ,line l:
1760 acres adjoining and Kissimmee
':24 land, 10'm cultivation time, killing lots af small game, one 8- near on ",.

j i and T4 In Umber, within 200 yards of pronged buck and the finest turkey they ELDER, HENRYCUNIMIIMCHAM good 'roads in the flowing well district. Titles. .
Will.'' and ,house ..n..nr.Mr.. Sphaler says' he gained -- ,* 1-
,1 ,aw Depot packing .on perfect at SEVEN FIFTY per'acre.. .
land; a. miles from'Kisslmmee; abouti IB pounds feasting on the' good ;hings RecommendsFor 1.
i<". acres splendid bearing grove,, good ,they_/pmd-std he knows where to lint Why buy wild Iniid when you can toy\the best /

?.-. ;quality fruits; 7-roma cottage;' nice .them tats improved. farm.:In Osceola county for less money? 'I;

t x ornamental trial, b.aatifal.had.som. col t 160 acres with stock( tools all '
The Boston poultry
Way, goes.
*.c 4 bearing pecan:! A, ,litUe paradi* .
Beautiful home, near school and church. "Comrade, I suggest that you put a 1' Weak. Ran-Down'People.H . Terms: liberal. .;

( Owned by a nonresident who will sacrifice bed blanket ever your lutomatie
.t i' k alt at tS,260. Terms, on half"orn c1iaam.? \\ /1 .. was run down 'and weak from WSL.VAN DUZOR j.

>O"N, '. ':. 1L oN REALTY Co. This is the way a Boatom.comrade \ ,11\"t., :Indigestion general debility,also f'
told a St. Cloud, Fls-comrade to "dryup. 'l'1. I. suffered] from vertigoI saw a cod"liver : '
forSate. ''pt preparation called Vinol adver- ,1J J
.
1 used and decided to give It a trial, (
n >600.acre farm, excellen\,location, over 'S\ mI '1.
a ,200 acres of deep, 'rich prairie-muck: li The County Commissioners of Osceola and the results were most gratifying: i
f ready'for the plow. Some fine hummock County subscribe for 1,000 copies of the After taking two bottles I regained. my strength, and am "
land.' Kisslmmee Valley Gazette! to be tent now feeling unusually. well. HENRY CUNNINGHAM, !";
for orange culture; some high pine .
to persons' the North and West, who Elder Baptist Church, Klnston, N.C. -
Nearly one mile of beautiful beach on,: i
a, + ,Jake Ibis }" a high-class investment, ': may desire- information about Florida. Vinol contains the two most world-famed tonics-the medicinal, 1 ,
+ Think of the effect of 1,000 copies of a
and the It
SELL. will
; i :i owner says pay good newspaper, scattered weekly strengthening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic
to Investigate this.
tit --......?you.1f. NELSON RIOALTY-Co. throughoutthed!continually ..Iron, Vinol) contains noj>!ilt and Js by far the Best Strengthening .>The abore illustration is from a Photoiftph-oi he Plant lCutry Ili i
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.' preaching the advantages of its section! Tonic obtainable. We return your money without'question lngu7 So utm tTfAlErlcStnrehSrt Iti.ioeatetiathe '
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.!"* No wonder the of Kissimmee of the dty and.U covered with..AR0w7to6FUVO. u
?ti :* for. Sale. growth if Vinol does not accomplish all we claim for it.. The Ooftmment ;
$ I audits section during the past two or also ace PAAOIO for atablca.berracb, weeboasa,eta It esPAROIO
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'480 splendid land, considerable basses fiDda lIothfDg.. ecoDODJ1caL et
acres 1 I. three years has been little short of ROBERSON'S PHARMACY, Kisslmmee
?t good '.w timber, one-half'' mile from marvelous.-Lakeland News. PAROID Is the ideal roofing for bans,1stables,sheds, goal!? honsee,
warehouses, outbuildings,etc. Bquslly valuable for I'OCI1iDgoreicl.! Ito
station, 3 miles from KUsim-
., i1 railway permanent Is easy to lay, is spark and cinder proof,slate color,eo.taina J 110 I
L xaee, on hard road. This is an excellent Volume tar does not crack and does '
1, number l ': soil and',a fine investtftaant. Forty-four-acre Preaching at St Cloud What is Rood afar'the Government will ,
location, good -1,News has been received'"at this office, miles from Kissimmee, one-half mile be for Ton.
Will take to the owner) and Call for'-roe samples i iof PAROID and see uat west it'". IJOok t(
you ; I and Is a very creditable paper for' that from railway and packing house. Four to-dato PoaluaDdFarm. : Plans cep
B\a1JA1Jq free for the
: ',you can'deal direct Come and see vs,i; thriving little mill town. acres fine bearing ". 6 acres jnore Sunday school every Sunday at 9.80 s.tior.

>: win.treat you right.: We have any I I. ready to set to trees, balance nice tim a, m. Preaching first and third Sundays W. B. MAKINSON CO.
be,. All good land. Price (2,500, favorable Kisslmmee-St-CIOUd '
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, tI -: city Tuesday and. paid this office a very
features of that >
most
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call .cowardly '
i .. NO. .11. .! Co to Dann's'Exclusive shoe store forshoes. had pleasant not been Mr.in :as Cox:good stated health that for he waa not ended until"'the "Red warwhlcli Metbodjt$fi Gin'urcb "
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years as he has enjoyed. ince coming Honor of Misses Wilson .and Patriots; were forced into submission
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Y f fWeather to Florida, and that there were many through the foulest .
For Sale-Two of New York treacheries
milk cows., .R. D. old vets In the who Steele City that
wereenjoying
have
-BT- Guloe. v 7-ltpd blessing disgraced the American '
MARR18. the same Misses Wilson and Steele;, both of name. NOTICES INFORMATION. 'v \
w. B. "This
x book "The Seminoles of Florida
Old papers for'sale at this office, Sheriff Robert Adams of county New York "City were tbt charming
r. Tansy must and will
20 cents a hundred. always stand side There :.
, Missouri; came here":on"Friday to honor-'gueats at' a- Salmagundi party by side with Helen are special servce.-belneb.ld-; : :.5' '-

', ". e .I For Sale-Three good mules aiuMh'ree carry back to his state H. H. and F. C. given b)' M.... Katz In her well appointed "Century of Jackson's" terrible during: this week endeavoring to bring .
good hones 4-tf J. W. MILLER. Thomas alias Stubeville, who were arrested Dishonor and -as a life bout revival '
a and ,
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home
Report at St. Cloud by Sheriff: Prevatt in North Kla lmmee. }long friend of the Florida) Seminole I awakening in Kis-

'" ,.' Wanted-To'buy sixteen: hens and two ,soma ten days ago, they being'charged Fearful and .wonderful were, the exhibitions thank the author, for having written It." simrnee.! Miss Emma Tucker, who is

'' roosters. A..S.. Nelson., 6-tf with embezzlement in Missouri. Sheriff of skill in the various games conUcrcting! the services, is'a very gift S ,
Following are the daily temperature Adams left with his prisoners on Sundays ed speaker and .' '
in the course of the evening notable.at through her Bible. .

*' and precipitation M Oxfords Have you just seeD received. the, new at Dann'sT line of Regal,6-tf I, ( l'. target shooting and bean-bag throwing, UfjCpLfTS.BIRTHDAY .,, Readings Is making 4 deepJUId..Jaatinc ....:;:",_ '

.ported by the Government 1 Mr. B. S. Woundy, of New Canaan, but there waa fun In trying, and those impression on the hearts and minds of, ;' l ,

,"s Ration a't Kht.lmmee' for the. The Elks Minstrel: to be given Feb. Conn., came to Kissimmee on Tuesday who did hpt, make",high scores did not Will be Cdebral l.by Gen. 0.. 0., 'her hearers.'' It is a' privilege.?:to, bear ...," .
week ending Feb.! ,,10 1910. 18th will,be a laugh from beginning to and is looking over this section with a her ..
; "- care in the least. Mr. Earl Lupfer was Howard 'Post No interpretation\ of the scriptures, .'
!pd. >4t view ]ito locating! permanently. Mr.Wounily ; ,. 35, G. A. ft >
1IAS. a1N 8AI1I was a resident of Florida Serene Htgh Puncher of the occasion and 1 so clear does she make her talks n

Fennel),, agent for Sayman's Vegetable twenty years ago and says that he has and administered puncher: -with/ just 'Tomorrow will be Lincoln's Birthday;ianyl that the smallest child can understand.., .

Friday . . -67.63 .-. Soapll'and remedies. andOrdway'sPlasters. had"a longing to return here ever since discrimination in spite of cajolery anproft'ered there-will be'; a-grand celebration in Sh.lIuitvtn' 'asverdr'ieadinas on: "

'; Saturday. . . 62 40 C 4-13t-pd he left, and has at last., satisfied that bribes In the end it was Kissimmee. The following program has Prayer. Soul Winning Surrender i Of ;: ..

Sunday.Monday. . . . 67 36 . . Use Plank's desire. been arranged by Gen. O. O. Howard Our Wills and
Chill Tonic. Guaran found that Miss Jones and. Dr. Simpson Peace and during the. ''ta
; ; . . 67. 42 . teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by. all Mr. B. G. Hancock who owns one of were successfUl!-and awards Post No. 35 G. A. R., and will be carried remainder of'this week and next week' '
.'. . . 52 druggists. u.117-8 the best in Florida and which lies the .
/,\ Tuesday. 75 ..' farms out at Fraternity Hall: will have services both rt
were Jones exquisite mOI'1)Jne.and
todies an )
a few miles southwest of Kissimmee given
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..i Wednesday. 78 62 .. 1280 acres timber' land well locatedand was in the city Wednesday and paidthis miniature framed in silver, to Dr. Simpson ;Headquarters evening, using these bible readings;; '..
Thursday' . . 79 60 , cheap. Pretty little.colony propo- Gen. O. O. Howard Post No. 35 The hour tor
office a pleasant call. Mr. Hancock a silver suit case tag. Miss Mak- themornlpg service is 10;.
.Itipn. NEUsofj REALTY Co. stater that times were never better in Grand Army.of the and the
; inson and Mr. Blenis were consoled Republic' evening 7 r -'.--.------- For Rent-A in his section and everything. pointed to Kissimmee, Fla. urged to come and take
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w good farm acres still more times during the with tiny china figures, representing \ part in!: these .
. cultivation. 3 1-2 miles by- clay road prosperous In celebration of the of the
. wwvtrr.aaMwHHVaHNf year 1910. classic characters of the funny" papers. anniversary service 1?
from Kissimmee. Apply.to birth .
of Abraham
-- 6-tf HENRY BASS. After the games a light supper ofsalad Lincoln' I __ _
: Contractor Frank of St. -- -
THE LOCAL f1 LD. spent the day in Kissimmee Bass yesterday Cloud olives and coffee, followed by delicious 2 p. m., February 12, 1910 There will be a special Bible Reading T

J .i -When you hear that chorus at the transacting business. Mr. Bass said cream and cake, was served to Call to order by Commander of Post, for men and boys on Sunday afternoon; . C
Elks Minstrel on Feb. ISth you will say that it was the third time he had been .who will state the object of the meeting at 3 o'clock. Miss Tucker -'' '
__ that Bill has got them all backed off the the guests seated at the table or group especially .'''' .
able to fromhis..business in -
Invocation.
get away desires a full house for this occassion "
ww.aav board. 6-2t ed the
+,..wae tiKa+ >" with'gay informality on rugs,
Hy St. Cloud during the week days, since
.;,' Turkish fashion. Song"Battle Hymn of the Republic. as she has something WhefloTaJ and
Wade the tuner Orlando. B. P. O. ElksThafs BILL and he the first of August so pressing; had ."
will be here ('t\ Feb. 18th with his been the demands on his time in that Meedamell-Bullock and Stanford assisted good to give to them. v ,

Dwellings. for rent, apply to M. Til- awkward squad-that alone is worth the thriving little town. in entertaining. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, by D.

ler. price of. admission. 6-2t* Mr. C. W. Johnson wife and son and Mrs. Katz is a delightful hostess and R. Blenis. The Wv H. M. S. will hold its regular

. Another lot of all linen handkerchief.J For Cyphers Incubators, poultry supplies Mr. C. A. Hart and family of Allison invitations to her affairs' are always. Song. business! meeting on Wednesday afternoon ., r
5 cents at Dann' 6-tf and Arthur G. Dustin strain Kan., arrived in the city on Friday last. eagerly accepted. Address by Comrade Norman G. at 3 o'clock.r !"o ,
White G. E. They procured an immigrant'car at Cooper. '
Checked apron gingham at Stanford I Takach.Wyandotte C6.00 eggs hundred.see 5-tf Kansas City in which to make the trip; The following, ""ere.. present: Misses '
,
Eggs Songs.
per The Talent Tea
Co'e.'for.6c per yard. and it came through in good shape. Parker, Thomas Jones, Smith Mak in- monthly was 'enter-

Write Kress & Tampa Fla., Both families will make their home in son, McClure, Aultman, Wilson, Steele, Social Greetings. tained on last Friday afternoon by Mrs.

C.Great Stanford bargain Co'.in. wash skirts at H. for lace samples of Val TorcbonCluny.Baby in this vicinity Mr. Johnson building on Moon Eloise Moon; Mesdames Nelson Song" mericlL." audience joining. J. R. Gilbert and Mrs. C. W. Griffin at. ... k:

Irish at from 6 cents for two his forty-acre tract north of town. Aultman and Willaon; Messrs. Moon. Benediction. the home of the latter. Although the

Agency of the White Star Laundryat yards to JO,(!_cents per yard. 6-2t & 10-21 Mr. J. K. Proeser.! a wholesale fruit Blenis Smith Nelson, Chisholm Howard weather was rather' -inclement, the Tea -- .

the Home Store. Phone 164. Wanted dealer of Oswego ]'. Y., arrived in the Oliver Lupfer Stanford Rackley, W. R. C. ORGANIZED was well attended and proved enjoyableto
: middle-aged womanor
Help
city on Tuesday and called at the Val- ,
all. t
See those lawn shirt waist prices cut I girl 10 to 12 wanting a home will do I ley Gazette office to state that he was --- ;
in half .t H. C. Stanford Co's. well to write me for particulars. Mrs. here result of this
as a reading paper,
Mrs. Stanford Entertains Local Organization Instituted at St j For Sale.
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A. S. Lenington, Pine Castle, Florida. and desired to say that so far as he ........ : ',
For Sale1-A good milk cow. Apply to Oct. 22-tf. has been able to ascertain,'this section Cloud 3d 1910 Fine muck land
It H. N BRATTON. On Tuesday evening, the parlors of February for gardening, fine ..
BOlD, to Mr. and Mrs W. B. Makin- offers more advantages than has been Mrs. H. Clay Stanford's beautiful home of Woman's artesian! water. An Industrious man
A local the
claimed for it by the Valley Gazette organization
in Buy Davenport.a nice residence' Terms to lot suit.60x150' feet 3-tf san, a girl. and that our -County Commissionerswere on Vernon avenue were filled with.in- Relief Corps was Instituted atSt. Cloud can get rich farming 5 acres of. this ., 'y

Rev. J. T. Mitchhll spent'a few daysin doing a good work in circulatingthe vited guests, in honor of the several February 3d, 1910, Dr. 9rpha D. Bruce land. We also-have orange groves, any 'I i

For perfect titling eyeglasses and Bartow this week. paper through the North and West. charming young women who are now of Tampa officiating,-Miss HarrietLuce size; town property, vacant and Im-
seeDr.. P. G. AVhite.
spectacles Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dann, "Dad" Shockley, one of the noted visiting in Kissimmee. past dept. pres., of N4'bralJka. acting proved. We are' prepared to serve you . I.
Dress gingham 6 to 12jr at the old Monday, February 7th, a girl. characters for many years in this com- Cards furnished the entertainmentfor conductress, and Miss Moore of Ken and ask you to give us an opportunityto -- ...

reliable store of II. C'Stanford Co. munitydied suddenly while sitting in a the evening. After the grt'ttingsl show you what'we have to offer.7tt ... ,
Mrs. J. M. Wood left on Saturdaylast buggy Monday morning at about 10 tucky, chaplain. Fifty charter members g
For Sale-R(' idenc4'8. Good location, tor Atlanta after a pleasant visit o'clock in front of the Osceola Pharmacy were over, the guests were told to find i were enrolled. NELSON REALTY Co. ,

good water. 48-tf G. F. PARKER. here with Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hicks. and his remains were buried in their places at the tables for fortytwoand The following officers were elected: For Sale "

IJosehill cemetery on Tuesday morning."Dad" five hundred and the score-pun- : _
12i J cent and 15 cent value White Lawnat Members of the Board of Trade must Mary F. DeGraw president; Fannie '
had for some years been en- cher waa put in the hands of Mrs. Bu'llock. Ten acre farm within 1} miles of corporate 1.
6-tf
Darin's not
10{ cent the yard at forget to procure their banquet gaged in fishing in the lower lakes, but M. Ferguson, senior vice-president; El- .
tickets before o'clock Saturday night.; who gave a smile with each'punchthereby limits of Kissimmee; acres
recently has been doing odd jobs around mina C. Westcott, junior vice-president;
LaRue serves only seal-shipped oysters. the city. He was endowed with a doubling the pleasure of the Cora E. treasurer Ettina E. bearing orange grove, balance ott land
the Hyre
No melted ice to destroy Mr. A. W. Belcher wife and daughter ;
flavor. of Delanco, N. J., arrived in the cityon splendid disposition, and was a mpaLcompaniona fortunate recipient. The thoughtful Rinkle. secretary; ; Rachel Mitchell jn} cultivation ; splendid for grove

: Buy a 5-acre farm from the Daven- Saturday last for a stay of a few Ie, man. \ hostess, considering that all were not chaplain; Mae Cummings conductress; trucking; 6-room house needs repair; -- "

port Colony Company, seventeen miles weeks Arthur Bellamy. a negro employed at playing the same game announced that Mary Widrig. guard; Charity Julian plenty of shade; some nice pear and y

south of Kissimmee. 8-tf Mr. GP.. Ruffin and daughter of Carroll's still filled up with bad boozeor two sets of prizes would be given and pat. inst.; Loretta Garner, press correspondent peach tree. Located I on hard road..
1 Ga. some timein some other foreign substance on Sat- there waa considerable speculation Price 12,200. Favorable terms if de-
GJ.o Reynolds, are spending '
C H. C. Stanford Co's. de artme'lilltore. urday -last and proceeded to make i ; Anna Squires ... cor.;
I Kissimmee for the benefit bf Mi llRuffin' whllethe game progressed. to who sired. The splendid location makes this ;
the howl"irmonJr
They are originators health. things the other negroes Mary Ager aas't. g.; Grace Skeggs ,
of low prices in Kissimmee.! employed at the .at ll. forcing them to would Win: them. Miss Smith Miss C. B. No. 1; Neva Large, C. B. No. 2; a desirable proposition: # ,
The Rev. David O. Kidd of Narcoossee hunt their quarters but when he at- Eloise MoohvkMr. Nelson and Mr.-Tho.. Ethel 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co. ;1 5
Jeannetta C. B. No.3
New hotel at Davenport, Mearhs. .
just opened ;
went to St. Cloud on the fifth Sun- tempted to run'the bluff over Will Oliver were the* making the highest "
miles of Kissimmee.Good four
seventeen south ;
day in January and held services in a Mauiis, another negro he cot his hand Mitchell C B. No. 4. For Sale.
hunting and fishing. ,3-tf tent to a large congregation.The called with a shot gun and the game scores and' with many pretty The installation was public. Four )
ended with Bellamy being killed and speeches and words of>ongratulation 6160 acres in Manatee county near.. :;
teen members
For bargains in resident property, visiting were present.
truck lands and orange groves call on Rev. David D. Kidd will bold services Mathis in jail and.be will have prelim- from the others, the gifts that had Among the visitors were many member Bradentown; railway station the' a t,

H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf In the Morning Episcopal prayer church, sermon on Sundaynext. and inary trial today: been provided were presenteJKthem. of the G. A. R. : land1900; acre timber.lease;, 480 acre '. a

_.'. After NovWffber' 15th wood will .be Holy Communion at 11 0'clock. Mr; J. A;'Wheeler, one of the."Davenport Miss Smith received a pretty 'gold Tbejt turpentine leas*;:,, one crop .yearling' 'r.. ,

.1 1 c* S1.25 a stran delivered. colony settlers and-the first "manto pin in si IUverbox; Mist Moon a. silver \ In Memoriam boxes; seven crops pulling.boxes; eight;C rt "

y( ;a 4. Kisalmmee Lumber' Co. cottage For Sale and or 6 Iota Exchange in,.West-New Kissimmee.room paid locate the Valley there,Gazette from office DeWitt a pleasant, Iowa hat pin; Mr. Nelson a match box of Tbe' death 'angel again spread his crops virgin boxes; :20 shanties; 2 good ,, .J'J., : ; .. ,

For Sale.-Lot of fin i celery and lettoc Will give extra good bargain 1f ''dis visit on Monday.. Mr. Wheeler states chased silver, and Mr. Oliver a.gold wings over home on January 25, 1910, dwellings; commissary, horses, mules,?' ..: '\ '1:: i+. '

plants at the Model Farm just posed of at once, W. S. Alvea, ParklIoteL' that he came to this section 'for the stick pink. 'p and took in his cold embrace the form wagons etei; 26-bbL still and btur./. :f.

across the railroad from the Inn. ? tf benefit of his daughter's health having Delicious-.punch was served to the of J. W. Sylvester of Tampa. Mr. Entire proposition' 40000. .Favorable. '
taken her to different portions of the during the and at the terms 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co.
For Sale-Very desirable resident lots Mrs. M. A., Farnsworth and daughter United States without her having de- players games, Sylvester was several years clty-mavr- '

close to court house at bargain prices; Flora, who once resided here came rived any.benefit, but that after a conclusion, of them chocolate with shal of Kissimmee and has many For Sale. ,r
excellent Investments., H. M. Breaker up from Tampa on Tuesday and spent a month's residence at Davenport she is whipped cream, almonds,,ice cream and friends here who will feel sad to hear y
agent. 4ttFor couple of days with her friend, Mrs M. comparatively Cured and no further cake. Orchard and farm with 360 bearing a,
of his death. He moved his family to
C. Bandy. trouble is anticipated! ..:with her general orange trees; grapefruit, tangerines,1saUuma '
of of .
Sale-On of the best orange health. Unfortunately one the guests Tampa three or four yean ago Since: \
groves In Florida. 80 acres land 700 Miss- Mattie Bandy left yesterdayfor honor, Moon found herself at the last that time he baa given his heart to Je *, naval oranges,, pear trees i

farces; house best water no better loca Atlanta to purchase her spring and Quite art imposing scene pas witnessed moment unable,.account of sickness, BUS and lived a Christian life. olives, mulberries and Ilea shade'treeev' \ a
tion. 48-tf G. F. PARKER. summer,supply of millinery; goods, on our stieeta Wednesday mornlnknwhen around '
-room bowler good water 60 .
which she will offer to the public at her four automobiles, containing.fifteen to attend. He is not dead but has just been ; W
S FOR BAUD "BEAP.-i"our acre orange'. store on Broadway.The .people, lelfttheOkeechobee House Those present-were: Misses Parker called to a fuller and happier life. He acres; 7 acres cultivation;; 48 acresV.good t .
. grove' good 7-room house and other Watson Smith timber;* 'situated on the loch roM! ,. .
cold wave that has been cavorting on Broadway for the camp of the Moon Thomas McClure left tie church miliitant to join the
y Buildings, good artesian well in Kisslm- Southern Colonization fifty mile from,.city limits, on main road* -
Coabout l one
thus north of : Maklnaon Steele Wilson AulU .
around t
the .
meet -Apply} to 1. E. LlNJ) rr, country Q e church triumphant. . .,
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: down " .1 '
miles the county: The party was Sh roud. '.
Pe om. Fla. has not found its way down here composed .of officers of the : man, Jones, Bay:T lois. Moot;Frances: Dear friends,, while your hearts are to Price$4,0001ib.r.J term. : ; ,

t and from present local weather conditions The companyand Bay; Mrs Ne1.aon. Mrs. Katz; Messrs.. because of his 'tis Arthur E.: Donegan Kissimmee, Fla 'I '
prospective purchasers. automobiles breaking < absence
will reach this
Piano Tuning and Repairs-Mr. M. it not .here season.
t Stoddard representing Ludden.Campbell.Smltb were the property' of the company Nelson. Gilbert,.." Lupfer Rackley: sweet to know 'you weep Dot aa.those ..
'; Music-Co will be here Members of the Board of Trade should) and they will be used to carryprospectors Smith, Howard, 'B ends, Stafford, Oliver who have no hope. Just look VP through i for'. Sale; ; ,:. ., s w -

Monday.: First-class workmanship.Leave not''forget that the annual election of lands there being to and no from railroad the running colony: Chisholm Drs, CaI.dlsad Simpson. your tears and aee his beckoning hands Excellent: mack J lines (In land' 10 tiers; .r" ,
will
orders at' the Home Store. officers take' place next. Mondaynight. : '. "
and that the banquet will follow In that vicinity. t,." ::0:. at the pearly gates 'where lie .is now tracts In Park Gardens Flowing well;

_J For Sale-148 acres, containing a Immediately thereafter' at the Gray-: The Christian Endeavorers of the waiting with the beets of angels with guaranteed, on.every tract. . d

nine-room dwelling, two-story storehouse .* stone. Christian church met at the home of HIGHLY PRAISED outstretched arms) to greet :yen ,on thegolden 6-tf NELBO REALTY Co.a '

and barn good land located on :Mr. Chas..Goodrich, wife mother and Mrs. Anltman. Wednesday evening of shore whe r** aq parting comes 'S -
railroad. A big bargain at $1000. i brother! arrived M the city on Friday last week for a pleasant social evening.The For. ExdiangevBest :
J. S. IXJVELEBS, Kisslmmee, Fla. A Noted no_ .. .Jl! _> .A. FiUlND: .
.WrirrSa Mrs. Wdbon's ,
MOo ;
'. i from Carrnthersvill, with the'intention young women .of J the society had s .... '', -, r +
of locating[ at St. Cloud In planned ties affair,' and theirs was the 'New Tailor located 8-room house;;In K u.. ;
For Sal.-20: Book Shop' }
acres land with 800 Is
of Great Work.
1 which colony: Mr. Goodrich owns four task of preparing for the entertainment a mee with 90x160 feet of ground to trade "-a"
bearing orange tree. Average sections. of the guests. It was their aim. because Mr. J. G. Khnbrongh, who'came to l
I 800 to 1000 boxes. Price, $2,600. Will Kirk Monroe so well) known to the for land. Will give time,on/clifernee..

I'. sell or exchange for smaller place. Tbos. -Hale has sold his cottage near comers of to the the presence town,, to1\of make several the Dew evening literary world in a review of Mrs, our city from Georgia four month ago, or pay difference on fair 'and'"equita ... Ira'r

: P. 0. WHITE the.court house and Is building a much as Informal as possible that these Uinne Moore-Willson'a f"Seminole"lf. has opened a tailor shop-. on Broadway: : ble basis. Property'win !lt.to.: pay -,"',
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J 1-tf. .Kissimmee, Fla. larger and more pretentious dwellingon not feel next door to D. Rotundo; and is'prepared treat'OD ,
might
any: strangeness or constraint Florida says: big price of property. ', r;
Artesian' the old Prevatt lot in West Kissimmee ; so instead of a regular ptherew.nauaio to take orders for.auiU pants or ,
Wells-Parties desiring artesian congratulate the author' the NELSON' REALTY Co. .
which he lately purchased from upon ,, ' ,
.; wells should see me before having and a few old-fashioned vests and make them in- the.bea tean* .
completion of the difficult task
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Mr. J. K. Hilliard. of collecting '
.." them driven. I drive wells any: size and game. During the evening the guests sifting and npr and latest style.,and from the mat For'Sale.. ',.; ., #':
refreshed with'frultNolke sorting .
were assembling .
any depth: Prices reasonable. W. F. Miss Maklnson entertained informally up-to-date patterns. This : of '
character i
Hamilton,'at\the\\ Lake House. .6-4tpd but most enjoyably at cards last week 'to fisherman in concrete form the mass of 'information business has long been a necessity in only bakery at St...Cloud,..doing;, < '. T

tl"f '...perHan2lnjf-1f want- .neat* in honor of her house guest., Miss Steeleof concerning the Seminoles of Florida our town and Mr '. well;jnos tcentr.J i location.. CAIso.bnsiw: ; :'.-,-* _. -...:' .._, : '
you a Kinibrougbr will ,
I --1: job) of paper 1 hanging done drop a notice: New York. Miss McClure of Shelby- Notice is hereby given that the law held between the covers of the' Intensely doubt do business no ness and residence: Iota;; and '6-acre b' ,,
and Mr. Stanford the a splendid he Is
I ville Ky., were as a ,
.* in the postoffice for me. I have a fine, fortunate winner of prizes. hereafter thestrictly of this county interesting book just given' to the thorough workman and his tracts. Apply to'A E. Drought Insurance ...;, '' r l
will enforced. Ajl price. are
line
of New York wall paper samples world. and .
Real. Estate
which I will be glad! to show. The local post of the G. A. R. which parties interested will take notice and "There is no question that this remnant the same as those charged in the' citl... Cloud Fla. Agenei;;:'slit. S

-' 2-tf JOHN' O. HowARD.BUILDING will hold a grand celebration tomorrowat govern themselves accordingly.C. He solicits your trade and guarantees .tf"", ..... ,, u
F. PmtVATT, of a tribes once so powerful as to ; ... if (
Fraternity Hall In honor of the birthof satisfaction. .
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LOTS FOR SALE at reason It .
Sheriff.
wage successful warfare against the .
Abraham
Lincoln desires to extendan
able prices: Quarter-acre lots ((60x180) t.
t25.00. all cleared situated in North" invitation to'all the people of Kis- For Sale. United States for seven years I,,, ethnologically Notice.:

Kissimmee less than one mile from simmee to be present and especially the most interesting bodyof To'the Property Owners of sceola Co. : KODAK FINISHING
Court House and ,Confederate Veteran Association.! Splendid bearing orange groves for American
High School on one Indians now in existence. I will beat the different precincts '
sale from 2 to 50 in fruit and on 1"-
acres
of the main traveled streets of the city !, From a news item In the Orlando Re- good; land in connection for farming at Not only are they of pure blood, with- the clays as mentioned below and I insist -
also six-room house and half ofground Expert work
acre At.reasonable
for $400.00., Truck lots 1 to 10.rCallister.who, porter-Star we for glean two-years that Mr.was Dan a val-Mc- reasonable prices" .and- -on.- -favorable,_. --- out a trace of admixture with the that all, and especiaJIy!' tioM who l -. livery in price De- _. --, '. 1'f;

"JIft-, cleared ready for the plow $60.00ra ued employe of the Valley Gazette has term. of payment.. wh'ites.-but they.liv today aa they did made-ahyl-hanges in tbtll iKceal or UboIIn't'" '

perlOte1'!', For particulars inquire of C. I, been elected president of the Baracaa 5-tf NELSON REALTY Co. ) when first seen by Eorop>&ns. personal property, arrange to mee e: BROWN, the Photographer=::: 1- -

F. at the Court' House. in that city. Mr McCallister Is in For Sale. "I am glad that Mrs .Willaon ha Shingle Creek-,Friday, Feb. 26th

L Florida-Comrades, come to Carleton charge of the press room o"f the Repor- 'brought out so strongly their sense of Campbell Station-Saturcrny, Feb. '26thPeehomMondai. "Hear of Southern Colonization JBuiktiar ._ ,, y
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Colony. on Lake Loyal. Have been ter-Star. Several excellent building sites 'on honor, their absolute side door ..
Integrity, their .
here ;J21 years. Highest and healthiest r easy term. Let us show you.NELSONREALTY. Feb. 28th. ; .
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.spot In Florida. Purest of water. No Mr. W. B. Harris editor and loWlIer Co. abiding affection for home and family, Cr b'Graaa-Wedneada,, March 2nd. ---5--, -.f" 4'r
malaria of the Valley Gazette has been confined their religious convictions which ignoring *
or bronchial trouble. All vegetables Whittier-Friday March 4th.
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I I Local views of Klssimmed
to, his, bed since Monday with .nd surround-'
two gardens a Fish For.Sale. Christianity still ,
grow; year. Co2 embraces its highest Baaamger-Monday- March 7th'
rather a severe case of blood poisoning, 'h
and Just the for old ,
tame. place vets '
.to live on their pensions and escape the I I but at this writing is resting fairly Fine 'rich deep muck land in 10 acre ethics and! their sturdy Independence Oeeee-Friday." March llth. Ins -- ;,tw an r
blizzards of the North. Board reason', well and if no complications arise he (I. tracts and put down a good flowing of character. Also shameful l to Very respectfully' (

able. Stamp for reply.' G. C. Smith, 1 expected to be out In the. course of the well at $100 per acre. No better landin Americana as is this record, I rejoice J. L. OVERSTREET.' Send for Price Card :' .

., :'a,, Carleton, Putnam county, FJa. Wtpqh next ten days. Florida. NELSON REALTY Co. that the author has '/lot hesitated to '7-tf Tax -\aaeaaor. Osceola I , 'J\,, ;, *-'"'"

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BUNGALOW Hezekiah'sMistake you yon'd oiyMlf.Jut aa soon Ill give thrash;you peas every 111. tenth hire .1 "p. : BUY AIN "FR70" :

''I : bushel and you can'pay' a* $1.60 awtk t '

> for board.What* do you' say totatr .
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Tat aa you like graadf.tbn'>..MJVery : _. '
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welt Then wtfU call It a"bar- \ )

;, I ,:; I A .beautiful Bungalow
; silvery waters of H1l1 boro"1 A Scholar Who Didn't' Uk that maybe something else. will. turn

School Discipline. ,up, and U yon.should be out -of a Job.
Bay Is an annex U my splendid
why, your little room wilt be ready for
Convalescents
--Sanitarium. 3 By GWENDOUN ADAMS you and I wonf charge-. cent more

are'treated to' pleasure 3 i l. thai! J1.CO a .week' seeing if a yon, a

I trips either by'land or .water,. CoPnt.-bt; l0't>jr Amrto' Pr M Ueaeklah.: "
;y I '<\ . Davenpor
Association;-' h --- | H e d.lr--w.s- Ia&'f'888bll surprised :

; In my..Automobile or Yacht, m .. at toe turn affairs bad taken. It bad 1 j jbever

from the Sanitarium to the 4 occurred to him that his st Dd. ,
... klaliGrlggs
e > A big awkward bo7- Ilec+ '
father, .who bad cared for him eversince
Bungalow' This all goes a pupil la the ecbool of Vbptf:
} : \ I be wa. .left a. helpless* little orphan
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r "with the treatment I have I'i -Watson. The history class was'tip ten years before, would cast him

secured:expert assistants and i for reclUUon, but Hezekla 'though, off simply because be bad tried to -

be bad plenty of brains"' tad not applied thrash tbe master and wouldn't go to
to
1': am especially prepared
them,to.stndylDgXb* lesson .school. \
i.treat 'habitual drinkers, ""un lie wes (rowlof decldedly l Uncom But be started for th....barn, trying 1

1L fortunate Drug Slaves, and fortable. lie'"knew well what ao un very bard to look as U things wereturning .

Cigarette- Fiends, I POSITIVELY .Ii prepared I lesson meant for la those out exactly- be b*expected -
/ they would. He eyeD managed to
GUARANTEE A days npx-wetk leniency was abowb to tbii
whistle faintly as be passed win- ColonySeventeen
CURE. Treatment private dell ueDta, To be. mr*.'this was therst dow.ibrcmgh. which be felt his grandfather
i iy
and confidential Write to recltatlnn nezek'lnh' had pnlasedduring wa\' regarding him, but the\last '

,, .:..t +-' : tbe term but was not teat an melancholy note died long before ,

aggravation of tbe offense Since be be reached tbe baru.Oezeklab '

+' Hiram J. Hampton.. bad managed so long, without falling, never knew before tbat b s ,
? r why fall at all' grandfather bad harvested so man, :

,_ FlX>RlCA XVE. Co AKt ;j Beceklah WIll aware that as soon as peas.
1'' TAMPA.J' E A. i! ''the class. via dismissed be would receive crisp and Inviting, piled In- rough, uneven oil
5 masses to the top of either roo.w miles south of Kissimmee the
1 X '4E'tti F & F<<4GxI a not altogether unmerited Hog and stowed away on the beanie above '

ging. He was perspiring at every pore. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
Tbe Icicles wltb wblcb be bad meantto 'hini.Tbe

I\\ iiW ii- refresh.. tbe thirsty occupants ot boy tossed down a great heap .
: H tbe back seats melted In tile luteuse Into the middle ot. the ibrasblug Door. Beautiful farms in the lake Section of Polk
picked his Hall and began opera
beat and a tiny..stream of Ice water up
0 tions. Hut it was ot no use to try to County Lands productive and Especially adapted
trickled slowly from tbe extremity of .
make himself believe that be Ilkqd: to

1:) eltber pool .In pocket the bottom and formed of each a miniature'coWbtQfboot. thrash peas. ,.to citrus fruits' and vegetables. .
He tried to buoy himself up wltb HIP
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z thought that he was earning money
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N: : o Tbe young offender was growing but long before night! even this thought ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS :
desperate and wbeu tbe master, baying -
H failed him as be l began to realize that
dismissed tbe otber member or '
J4 +- rcT1 unless he got along considerably faster FIVE-ACRE FARMS. $125.
the history class turned to biro with ,
tban he was then doing be would
a tbe"command, "Take off your coat, barely earn his board. TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 60x150 FEET, $50
sir! tbe boy stepped forward and
He kept steadily at his task for n
0 obeyed wltb a feeling of actual relief .
'w week and then cleaved up and meitn-
"Your conduct has been most reprehensible ( .
tired what he bad ibrasbed-exactly
slrP' said the master, pushIng No Chances No
U Drawing
ferty bushels, of which his share, of
::E (,) up bis coat sleeve and testing the ,
course, four bushels Tens were
= ::J 0 strength of bis ruler while thirty wasp
worth 00 buabet accordinglyhe !
cents a ;
nenD.
H pairs of eyes; gazed spellbound and earned $' ,40. After paying his Select tract and buy as hundreds of oth-
. w a awful" silence reigned. your
.1 board he would have UO cents left-
.M "Most reprehensible, air!" be repealed
'. MH an average of 10 cents a duy it1 this
and the ruler fell wltb a thwack ers are doing: promising Colony.LARGE .
z It was discouraging. lirnnilfnl
0 which sent the blood tingling through
< Orlggs said not a word but the boy
N 0 every vein In the culprit's body. knew well that If be would only HO HOTEL WITH AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS )NOW OPEN.
Ilezeklnb what
knew
) never exactly
cnowledKililuixelf In the wrong fwd 1
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happened after tbat. lie remembered
za that an Insane desire 'for vengeance promise to go back to school and obey! Forjfurtheririformntioii: ] write toFla.
.4 overcame the master tbe old |(face In bin !grniKl- .
him. lie wanted to thrush
Tather's heart and home was ready for
H the: master, to thrash the wbole school
v rE Before the weapon could deweud a him

second time be sprang at his assail But pride would not permit him to
ant wltb cltncbed nsts'aud blazing yield, and all through tbe short December [ Development t t0.
eyes. days and the first month of

Tbere was a moment of breathless the new year the regular clip-clap of .

FLOWER silence while tbe angry master collared the .gall$!! was beard without Intermis

E D S PIRLDVBQETABLB his refractory: pupil and shook sion-end tbe heap of peas In tbe granary -
and till It amounted to
him grew grew
as a terrier shakes a rat. Then
OT MAlI yiDEK the Bat sided ruler was once more t60 bushels. DAVENPORT. FLORIDA J
brought Into active play upon the back Bezeklah had almost completed his

t wTEBTaDiRRRDtldONL Y-.dpaeulailaluc Ted.InBDRPKK'H of nezeklab Urlggs. task and was rejoicing to think that

\\0, "'1'''.Howl." Tli.t Urow." .'Now. air" said the master when at be and the flail which In spite of
', WALTON f BED COM 7 Oe... St.,.Jac-IO.- length becoming weary of such severe their long standing fellowship, be cor-
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vlll., FlorlOa.Poujtrv exertion, be released his bold on Her Ually hated, were about to part com- .
l ppU...B.mcdlM.inMotleldn.Write ..
for Cal&locu.. eklab's coal collar, "take your seat and pany.A I
:V .m learn your history boy U like a colt. Nothing, la so L

: .-- -- Heedleaa' of the command tbe boyseised Well calculated to drive tbe nonsense J. H. REDDITT SL Cloud Colony :Stock
'eiyaW.- his jacket.and. matching his out of his bead and make MID trust ,

;> BASS' cap from ita peg on the wall, made a worthy aa a little regular.work. Hece- JEWElER', / .
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; rush for the door, He gained it with klan did not know this, but be 'was .. ,. , .' "

,I c" '!,,1' out opposition, and before the astonished quite: conscious that be did not feel s. 'r"> ,,,AND1...,,,.,;;1., ',\;i,,' ', >' ", ,!:.. \ ', : ',,, \- ," ', .

\; .':WholetialpandRetail: '; master had time,to recover from be bad felt six: weeks before. "..'"'.' ,'!d':.. WATCH .>'4, ,!.....g,i'" IIii';, ". J t,,,""!,,.I I .l,,"'\,"\"'f".','.'',,t&\)"'"1">,...,-",.,";.'......', ""." ., ,, ,_ "., ,' ,., .. , '" '.. ..,".'",'" ) ",,,." '.." 1 ,

..-: bla surprise be was racing along tbe Ha bad been doing some bard thinking "
Dealer irilT highway toward home. while swinging the flail and bad REPAIRER (Seminole Laud and Invest-

Into the big roomy .kitchen where begun to see that he was not altogether -
Grandfather himself the One fellow he bad always Imagined
Grtggs sat In 'agreat
Fresh Beef. Pork andP" armchair conning tbe Weekly himself to be. went Company) in lots

1 New., with Grandmother Qrlggs close Be bad worked harder at this job of

\ by paring apples, he dashed like a' thrashing_peas' than be had ever done from Fifty to Ten Thousand
Mutton runaway engine. at anything before, and yet his earnings .

: Why. Beaeklah." exclaimed the were barely sufficient to board -

: PHONE- 44.Nl good old woman, looking somewhat and clothe him while thus I Casreci.Be BASS & PORTER : Dollars for sale, or will exchange -
atartled.a body 'd think you'd been thought the matter over and came

Mr+ Bred from ,a cannon by the way yon to the conclusion tbat be owed bla
tor all those ,DEALERS: |iNFancy same together witk
coot flying la! What'. happened grandfather something -

,HesekJab sat down and began, to explain. year of helpless childhood! whereinthe Groceries, Grain
Spfjgg
: Fleming ." old\ /!DaD' Jove and cars bad been
Feed
watcb'fd and of AH an equal amount of cash for
..- ," "Too doat moan to say yoa'va ran ] and unremitting. '
" . away front school said the old man Betelpah bad a eoo eJeDee. It was Kinds. '
t
_... ''.": CLEANING when the boy had reached tbe moat very like other boy's consciences, full We solicit part of your trade -. good real estate in this lo- '

,PRESSING; Interesting part of Ua narrative. "0'", contradictions and absurdities; but; Country Produce, (Hideo] and Fur .

DYEING Heaeklabr; for all'that. it pointed out tbat'the bought:and soldKISSIMMEE, .

I The exclamation was full of sorrowful ' least he could render to his grandfather FLORIDA. cality. I I'
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l1 REPAIRING ? surprise, and Heskiah'a yea fall."Tin .. for all bIB kindness was a willing ._ t /

not color &ck.to school faymore obedience.! PHONE Ol.
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k ;, : I ." be said doggedlyBe ,-' Be made tip .bis mind be would do it-.- For further particulars
lav word at house and oloib
my and aa be'wielded'tae' flan adore tbe ,
a : .m'M called tor and returned. did not dare look ap\tor IIi knew -
the old man: bad est bis Heart oa his Jut' "flooring" he was bravely resolving address .

becoming an educated man and be to tell his grandfather all that waala ..

'Satisfaction Guarantee! expected him to be very angry. But his heart. Ho deeply engrossed
was be In .poodertng over this good .
grandfather off his glasss. wiped
; .,-,, ---. --- - them aid.aaVI; wWall. resolution tbat be did not observe a

+ J'' Mv.WiJbLSON: JR lit..klab,we wont talk about dark shadow which fell between, him Raymond. Moore
; rtt streamed
u .r" tt tonightYou'd best go to the barn and the sunlight that through .
'!.oTAiI' and J..1i. peas -P1Ume., and the open door till a voice said:
__c' PUBLIC.., l about l.U ''ass
Besekiah.
"Well. yotfre Just
well settle this matte about school .
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,1 STA AT LAMOX,. S done 1 eee." I
.,. .Real Estate Agent. tomorrow."; Tbe. boy looked ,up and saw the Gray stone Hotel K1SSIMMEE FLORIDA
Heseklah obeyed. Ho want about till
.: ., .KISSIMMEE. :L : FLORIDA dark: looking triumphant. benevolent face!of his good grandfather ::6 (
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down. him.-
.,1",' :--- ati:"a7'lrom-.chOol'wu next amlUng upon -
: thing to beating the master. Be slept "You're done very well-rery well" faua f'-
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: 'W. continued the old man approvingly.
S. HARWELL
r.J well and arose arm In his determination
Idea that would at
I'd ao you keep
ires not to return to schooL When bIB $7.50

t'l; ') REAL ESTATE grandfather called him aside' after there'it till they the making were finished.of a man I believe In iiASK. '

; rP breakfast and tried to convince him after all. Hezeklah. What were yon youthinking .THE rvwwwv : '
j '" that he was wrong Heseklab was stljl of at next?" Who sells famttMt* at tttall the ;d.Rt ; ;;
going
Public
;' ,. Notary at Large resolute. price of a panel back:dlnla* chair fhne.i
The blood rushed to tbe boy's fore
4 Office over Roberaon'i" Pharmacy "WelL. U seltJab." the old man said Oie this made of anartev-eaweci .
bad and his heart beat wildly, but be olden oak highly finished wifemuL
KISSlfcMEE.: FLA.
rl, at last "since your mind's made up managed tosay.- "I'm a mean sneak saes WioAritiwa at this --
there's no use of urging*you farther.Fd 81IIaJ price for a jhoirtimeoely.r '. I
grandfather but If you'd just aa soon
have.teeo glad enough It yon bad ear. mad. rii*in.jT wayjaol4 1 INFORMATION BUREAU
I believe I'll back to school. : .
SIMPSQNI go !
11f. ---y DR.w4 gone and If you'd have stuck to It I tbe old ..uI direct to you from,-001 t
; "All right returned man ,
I wouldn't btve minded a year or two Uototy A. E. DROUGHT -
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{ DENTIST. calmly "I'd Just as lief.
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As UIID VS TOUR OBJtB.J'ODA.1':
at college to finish off-with. It la.youll
after turned outvery
d 'I" Upitairs In KatsI BulJdIDjZ' have 'to earn your living some And much ao. as Grandfather all. things Urlggs bad .....j4 $ .II......... .o.. Notary Public State at'Large!t. St. Cloud,' Florida

.j' .: ,.a .n-..... HOUR, V a. na. to 12 m. other way and I supos*' the sooner Intended they should ileceklab went florida Chair 'f .i a
: l t#' "t... U".A"" ; r i.3oto5aop.m.: : yon set about It the better" ", .back to school took bis whipping forrunning crory Reoresents the leading Fire, Ufe and Accident Insurance Go's. . .
t""II'," ,+1 .Telephone. No. 70 Jun 6, lyrOOCNTT Tm willing to' work grmndf (irHeseklab away finished his course In Jackson 1 lt,110 Taxes Paid > Rents Collected

paid In some: surprise. the J history alas and In due time went ZZZ ff,*,. Indemnity Bonda"n
_Tea, I know, and I shouldn't ;7won- to college. e Legal papers drawn. recorded

tpnlcle or' WIXSB.rr .:RISB1MMU4LL der It Bllai Jon. would give you a ofc became a prosperous' city physician P.A.. VANS AGNEW, e Titles examined and reported on Abstracts furnished

C KRleSS job for a month or two He was say- and still lives to tell Ida grandchildren e Agent for Crenshaw Bros. Seed .
tat he'd JIb to get a boy to do choreaand of tbe fun they used to have Company ,
j ''I'TORNET-'T-IAw- --.. although you ain't much used to'work In the little! lot; schoolhouse years ago 'I 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW......, e Buy your seeds from an old established Florida firm. '

'- '.....:'-::-'Trutte: In Clmlt CoorV. t..*A TWs. mfa :If yon get round spry you might and they often laugh over tbe mistake AND NOAARY PUBLIC, Kisslmmee offices In charge of H. M. Breaker.
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See Our' .Goods! .... .:.., S-Acre' farm In Prosper Colony60x120'feet "

: .. .' ',.- Many Valuable Plans Found' For . '.
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Designating Houses. and lot In Taft, "$10O.. *

And-get, prices before buying. .We are '. ;' ...

the. Originators of Low Prices FINES. FOR NEGLECTFULNESS.. ", .5-Acre farm in Kissimttiee, City, "'
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in Kisslntm.ee. i, "
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$ OO' .
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Everett. M.. .Adopt*,ThU Up to : ----: -- ''' 'n. '., _-,- .- -- -,...
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Method For K..pthe Numb.ra on I
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WE SELL. Hoti...-Plan;;* of Many Other Town ,
.. and Cttlo'Good and 8uoo.oif ul. Colony Tracts. Timber Lands. Farm and,
I
.. , :.. .. yd'Dres. Orange groves.
Apron Checks at. '!,hi: (I.,, , I .6 to' lOc per,; ,
Ginghams .. . j to J24c. ;yd Statistic of the w.*. of enthusiasmIn '
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40-in.. Unbleached. Sheeting" at. . .. .,., ..'" 7jc{ per yd towns and 'cities. throughout thUnited '" ?!
' Calico ....5 to 7c t .
Shirting at'l par yd tbe revision -
"Ouilt Lining atrrriTrrrr. .4:,--f"*,.... ... ,.6c per yd State looking toward . '. ..ADDRESS .:*: t
Best Calico . .. .. .... .. . ., . ., .....6) to 7c per yd of house numbering systems fur-1 Ii.
100 pieces Dress Goods from. , ...15 to 75c per yd nlsh Interesting points of coinparluon '
\, Poplar Cloth, aaaorted colors,-kt. .25c peryd'; X with the plan recently put into effort :
Check Homespun . :. :. .. .. .. . . 6 to 8c per yd; In Chicago. The American Society of W. L.: V A N D U Z O R
Outing Flannel .. . .,.. .. ., .,.7 to lOc per yd wilch Is organized :
Elegant Line Curtain Good .. .-.-;-;-. .,:., .' ...7 to 26 Municipal Improvements ---- --' - .
Serpentine. Crepe at . ..20 to 25e per yd _.1. sort of clearing house for KISSIMMEE FLORIDA x
.- TabI4Linen' . ., .. .. . :. . ... .. .. .86c to $I per yd idea on municipal government, has Kiln
Beat Galatler Cloth at . .. . .. . .. . .... . .16c.per yd made an investigation of what la being / .. r N Nt
54-in. .. . .. . .. . .. .-. .\ 55c per yd done In different parts of the United .
Table Oil Cloth at at.,. . . . .... .. . ... ....25cperyd States. .
Linen Crash at .. .... . . .. ..I'"..10 to 16 per yd Replies were received from 136 citiesto . .
Cotton Crash ,. .. . . . .: .. .. . ..5 to 8c per yd the following questions: ,
The Famous Rub Dry Towel at ... ..... .. .35o to 75c to or .. .
Ladies' Shirt Waists. . . . . . .... .. .. .. . :60c up Who assigns street numbers .
f Ladies' Wrappers . . .. ... . .. .... .. . . . ,..65e up otherwise has charge of the number. ............. .eeee.NN.Nee
.. Ladies' Sklrta. .. . .. . . . . ... .96c to .10 eacff lug of the buildings (n'your city .e .. ., *
Ladies' Petticoata. ...... . .. . .. .. . BOc to $8 each "What form of application must be TL ,
Ladies' Raincoats.. . . . .. ... .. ... . ,, : ,$5 up made and what charge paid by property e
Ladies' Coat Suits . . .. . . ... ... . .. . .. .. .$9 up' owners to learn their respective .
Ladles' Ve.ta, . . . ... . . .. . .. .. . .... . 10 to 50c house numbers? ....
Ladies' Kimonas . .. . .. . .. . .. . 25e to $1.50 each "Does city furnish the figures to be I ,. "
Pure Linen Laces. . .. . .. . .. .. ........ . ..5 to 25c what cost 'I' '
12 doe..Buttons for . . . . ... ...'.. .. . . . . . 5c used" At size and
Gold Eye Needleaper paper.. .. . .... ,-. .. . .Be. Doe* it place them? la tbe :
Ladies Coats and Sweaters at popular prices. style of figures specified in any; way?
Enormous lot of Embroideries at ridiculously low prices.A . "1s there any standard.for assigning L IT I
beautiful Line of Ribbons Dress Trimmings, etc. numbers, such as distance from assigned PAYSje
Above we have given you prices on a very few Item. in] our axes or length of frontage to
immense and well selected stock.K each number" ,
The replies show .that in tbe great --
ours tor good jtOO1nQ_ low pnces.H.C.STIANFORD,
majority of cases the city; engineer or ,
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the department of engineering has
CO.. charge of this word this being the j to call on the W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY, who will treat you on the

.-:-- The case In building 104 cases Inspector out of has the charge total 130.of I. square, in selling you, at a fair price, anything you want to build Z . '

It in eight case. In five cases it Is in I. you a home and furnish complete.
charge of tbe board of public affairs,
. n ._ of public works or of commissioners, ,: Our lines are too numerous to mention, but here are some- '
as they; are Variously entitled.' In four

Z. W. & G. W. BASS cases tbe city; clerk looks after this BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, SASH, DOORS, BARBeD WIRE, .POULTRY -. t 'i
work in three capes/ the assessor In .
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two cases the superintendent of streets. I WIRE, WAGONS, PLOWS, PAINTS, OILS, ROOFING, >*
/ and a special committee tbe inspector
of the highway division, the board of ASBESTOS SHINGLES HARDWARE
QUEENS-
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COM/RAGTORS/ AND BUILDERS aldermen, the mayor and council the,II '. T" .
i i mayor alone, a local contractor and WARE, STOVES GRANITE WARE ;_
tbe city marshal, each are intrusted
Wood Brick Stone with this work in one city of those re I
or J ,
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Dubuque la.; Pbllllp burg. N. J.; \ +
Cleveland O.j Salt Lake! City, Winni '
peg. Man., and others. ]n +Everett and I
GUARANTEEITOGIVE: PERFECT;SATISFACTION Taunton. Mass., petition Is made to the For your Parlor; Bedroom ; r
board of aldermen; in Schenectady,
N. Y., and Duluth. Minn., to the com- I r furn-Itur-
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mon council. In Kansas City. Mo., and I Dining Room, .
Lincoln. Neb., the number of the building '

Kissittittiee Florida Is given with the building permit.In Kitchen ,and Porch. _
124 cases no charge is made for S "..
informing the owner or tenant of his
house number. In Macon, Gap thereIs
Y a charge of IB cents for this In ,.
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Springfield. Mass., the cost of lookingup

NORTH K1SSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. : the information; In Ogden, Utah j Fishing Tackle, Camping and Hunting Outfits }
76 cents; in Lincoln I eb., this Is included ....\
In the coat of tbe building per-
mit. Figures are furnished and placed I. ,
C. W. Griffin
without cost to the owner in Boston
f Everett. New Bedford and I: When wish to '
Lowell you buy, come and see us and we will surely*. ,
Somerville. Mass.; in Cleveland and '
Woon'socket R. I., and in Winnipeg, save you money
Groceries
Fancy Family Ottawa, Toronto and Calgary; Canada.
y 9 Figures are furnished free of charge ,*

f I , Fresh Meats. ..< but not, placed 'In. Concord N, H..
NDeliuery 4 heading Pa.,, and Hamilton, Ont. .Macon -il: Ol';

L Erery; Day at''any.Hour. Pa.trooalre=Sollclte ,1't. ing,and Ga.,10 charge cents additional 15 cents, fo for&turn.lSh-placing.. W..8. MAKINSON ( '

,ert -:, --- c.8uilc; k.-. -- -'A per San figure Antonio and"does Tex., charges not place 15 them.cents


Montreal. Canada charges 20V4 cents
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for furnishing and placing. St. John's. '.

New Meat Market furnishing N. F., charges and 3 placing.cents per A number figure for of '' :: KISSIMMEE arid ST. CLOUD j *

cities furnish and place figures If the
Avenue owner fails to do so after notificationand 'ee ,+ .
New York Opposite the Bank. "
charges the same to the owner. '; '
In Grand Rapids Mich., this charge. . .
First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance. .
Beef j'
1* 20 cents per figure In place.
In most towns and cities the front :: S -- j
Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on Hand. i J. .: 5'CHAMBERLAIN'S .
age allotted to each'number is twentyto
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ME T"DELIV REDTO ANY PART OF CITY. i, twenty-five feet In several however .eN;tt.. .. ,'e"N ANN:... -
: ten feet la used in the business .
ST sections, 'this being the case In New .. .... \ 'h 1ee.eN1e
wwrr.w..w..ww.rt- .
PADGETT &
TINDALL, CLOUD'FLOIUII" Britain. Conn.; Lowell. Mas, and .. k
Somervllle, Mass. .1 "" ..
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In some cities there appears to be no r
general ordinance concerning the matter
TthTbTcBMEEbTr of house numbering, while In other
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A quite complete ordinances have ,
been. established. An illustration of a :
brief ordinance is that of Everett.

To the Citizens of St. Cloud-Greetings Mass., whichis a* follows: ....... .. ,

On or about February 1st we Will open in your city(the SEMINOLE "The-owner of any building or part : ,
of who shall
a building neglect or refuse
PHARMACY, with a first-class stock of Drugs, DrugjistlSundrias: and : .'
to'affix to the same tbe numbers ..,
II,Toilet Articles in charge a capable\ Registered Pharmacist, and will), designated by; the board of aldermen COUGH "t,,RFMEDY, II< f!
handle only the purest and bestdrugs. Our prescriptiondepartment or by some person by said board duly I : '

will be complete in every respect and our patrons will. be assured of authorized or who shall affix or re- ::
prompt and accurate service. tain for More than three days
4 any .. ., :
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/ Respectfully number contrary to such direction shall tlSURE---SAFErPLEASANT :. -- :
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be liable to fine-of not more than '20." ; 1 ; .' .
J. C. MOORE Mgr In Rochester If owners do not place TO TAKE;, *.' 'f,

. numbers on their houses the common I'. 'w. 4'. ,'*'!"

.t jfounjjl+jpaases a local'Improvement or- I .. .;.4f''
numbers .
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and the placed
i .dinance 'Chamb laln'a Cough l You can stop tKafcoughing : Mothers of child- >:"
by the city; and the cost thereof with I croupy ... '
the cost of placing, is charged against RemedyneverdiaapPCints? .by: using mberrea should always keep av V, '
Seed Potatoes and Seeds !IWe the property. t i I those who use it for.obatiJam'a Cough Remedy It bottle- of Chamberlain' .' Jot.

In a number of cities there appearsto : nate coughs, colds: or irrirelieyea the lungs,aids ex. Cough Remedy handy. It ft l '

be no particular form of procedureby tation,of the throat and pectorat: l;>>n and effects a will save many anwou.* ... ;S Sw
; which the householder obtains.information lungs. First dose relieves.. prompt, permanent cure. 'nights=children\ like it. ._ r ;
make a specialty of supplying: a guaranteed A.i took County Maine as to tbe legal number of \ .
grown seed potato-the only Block that should be planted in Florida. We carry his house nor by which tbe city; compels :
the following varieties: the proper numbering of bouoes I \

In others however, forms- ,more or leas I 25c, 50c, $1.00 For Sale Everywhere $ .oo. '25c :
Early Rose Rose No. 4 elaborate lire employed. sod,
_ .. Bliss Triumph, Beauty of Hebron '
The style.of figure to,be' used Is specMed 1:
, iec Dakota< Red Pride of. the South, White Bliss.. in torty-; ve clue*. In the majority I --- -- -- -

.... -; of cases It is stated that tbe figure .. .
must be at least as large. designated -_.. .... =.- -.- __., -
Our prices are right .Remember that Seeds,PoultryJSuppliesv: .
. Incubators. minimum, which varies from two to : ... .' --:""
. Write for catalogue.CRENSIIAW three Inches. In number of cities tbe
color and material also are specified.) '' -

BROS. SEED COMPANY In Charlotte N. C., tbe boWIe numbersare : "
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\, .... Tampa, fla. placed in the cement' walks as We do [
REAL"PR'INT1N
these are laid tile figures being red
. ? A.'E7 DROUGHT Local Agent Kissimmee and St... Cloud. costing 8 cents apiece and being paid ,
for by; the city.:

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'W GENERAL DIRECTORY '"MODERN CHAIRS. For Sale. I I For Sale. !! AN ORDINANCE I J. W. THOMPSON

--'-- Six I hundred acres muck, hammockand Six hundred acres muck, hammockand A N OKDINANCK provMlng for iho UHUIHIC bl'
Evolution of Our Seats With Arms and pine land lykig along Sugar Belt land Helt the City KinBlmmtte of Bond In Curtain;
along Sugar
Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies High Back railroad about tHree miles from Kissimmte railroad.pine about lying three miles from' Kis- Amount* for the '.... InNifi.ltug a MU
also on dirt road to St. Cloud. ul II.1 H)-slem of Watorwmkit aol H.iwermo.
St. Cloud.
of Kissimmee. Chairs wltb blgb backs and arms simmee, also on dirt .road to
Good buildings! and small Will and far the 8ubn.tHH.oti. of the VieKtlon of
after coming into general use wltb the gro.ve.For Good buildings; and small grove.
further particulars, write or call into tractsof ftwli ItiNUeiiice town Kleotloo of the Qualified FUNERAL DIRECTOR
renaissance, began to be oroamenl.,1wltb sell as a whole or will cut up
on Rull Bass .Kissimmee. Fla. fifty or one hundred acres with lake Kl an amount of carving and gilding err. andLICENSED
CHURCHES. and railroad fronts. tho 1i.Hial1ilion and opuratluii of A

that bas hardly; since oeeu equaled Touring Car for Sale For further particulars write or call raiinictpit, system of \\'ater..ork. and Sewon>KIM EMBALMER
I which came naturally from tbe artl tl<- on Rull Bass,, Kissimmce, Fla. dec 10 doeinod nuc.Ht itry by the l"ollnrll of the City
BAPTIST I tattee of the period. Their size, form Reo Touring; car in perfect order. of Klt.imm..f, and
and the amount of deooraUou la..lsl..d New casings on hind wheels, 2 extra inner \\hcraMH, 11 will I b<* nee c....,)' 1<,h..lth.. .Citjm
Bunyair Stephens-pastor. tubes. .The in as goat I. Public. onl<.r to provide the filing with which to ,
car the
on them IndlrAltM the tank fortune. as rww. Jo
Sunday Schooi \/.4/ .a. m. -N. C. Bryan .
a Will jtfll cheap if bought at once Details <*vnMru ivl inni it4iiii MUOI VVHl4 euperinvenlent.Preaching authority or social position of heir at Valley Gazette office. AddressDBAWKK This is to notify the public that J. K. $.....""g? eyttelll. adlbras. s..
11 a. m. and 7.45! possea-som. Bishops and abbots had Milliard and I. have withdrawn KISSIMMEE
p. m. 8H.Orlando. Weatherby the stinting' legal IxiudhiK MiptifityCff FLORIDA
Prayer meeting7.4.5Thurrdayevening.; eau corresponding with their dlgnllj Fla.' their grove properties from the lilt- City basal 1 I tlMll| tll l iHHl a''II'II' roll I .
B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. while those below them sat on stoolsor market, hence all propositions on these of I'.xiti.'' HvmUbli lor tiara )"iir.c>*.. t< II ..1.I .ill, -- - --

Visitors always welcome and of decided not to sell. I thC! ty of KI."Imn1eC- t
rank could
blgb be
.. persons 1 There U no .-...,. lawaeralnst
.1.I Notice 3-lt NELSON REALTY Cu. .
seated is hereby given that Friday hiH.-tion I. lost under Hiul hy virtue of the
on chairs wltb arms and\ backs aoy ene hunting
I Feb. llth is the last day on which poll -- IM>WLT vcMUd. In the City of KUMfnnitM )h** fes .
PRESBY fER'\I// ID Catherine Medici (
the time of di .
I taxes can be paid and qualify to vote Fish and Oysters.Fresh I Chaplor I '>lb4. Act. of 1906 Laws of Florida tho PLANK'S CHILL TONIC
S. S. Snyder, j>astor.! and her sons, courtiers and favorite in the .
city election to be held the last in City shall Inane Its ImndH for the tuni of Forty It'.u.rant..d to cure Malaria
fish and
r Sunday School !'.4> a. m. -Geo. F. sat about them on stools called taborets. :I I Saturday in March. delivered oysters every! dar Three Thdunumfrnud No-lt) Doll".... In KortylunM Chlll..nd Few. .-
the
Parker, superintendent.Christian the week to any part .once bottle Mo. t-ouroa /
C. L. BANDY i bonds, to t he styled "U'literworka and
176 W sob. AakUedrua-
Bearden phone :
Endeavor building
6.00 city. !
p. m. This-manner of expressing difference I I I Tax Collector. CHAS. BASS. .eMernKH Ilvui!*." of tho denomination of OU8 bo
Preaching second atid fourth
+ Sunday at 11 every a. m. and 7:00 p. m. ,--. of rank: prevailed under Louts XlV.., I j! - II Thousand .loiters h, drawing luleron, payable
fOi'Sale.One
iwmi'aimually. at the rata at nix cent
per
Prayermeeting and choir practice Mid his successors down to the French For Sale.
Iu Thirty Years from
._ Thursdays betore the second and fourth revolution. To .the chairs 'elaborately per auuuni maturing
I ; of the prettiest corners in Kis- Five-acre tract one-half mile from date of l I..uon"afl follows: FIvvBundii In Fire
p Bundays at 7:00 p. m. carved succeeded the armchair so called j' simmee fine Yuan, Five Bonda In Ten Year, In
Visitors I'i ; shade pretty' view of the courthouse, cleared and plowed; also FlTe liondl
most
cordially invited I
to
services. In these times which with unlmportaiUHparlatlons ] lake, 6roomhouse.. Price $ ,.OOO.I 10 acres high nice land. Splendid for Fifteen Yearn, Eight Booda In Twenty Yean Cafe LaRue :
is much the same i j|I Time on half if desired. platting into city lots. Ten bonds In Twenty-Ftm Years and Tin

.as In the reign of Louis XIV. 8Pf'CtI I I 'NE1S01REALTY{ Co. NELSON REALTY Co. j I Bonds In Thirty Years and the |lu>.......& and .

1 of al11 menu of the stools used bf the favorites | prluotpal payable In gold or Itn equivalent at
CHRISTIAN. ladles honor -, the offlce of the Treasurer of said City Haiti
and of of the king A La Carte
F hondo to be Issued for the purjKipe cf installing
". A.t. Chisholm, pastor. and queen may; still be seen lu the anil conntruotlng.> malllolpal.y.MIU of Water-

Preaching first second and third Sundays royal palaces of France. They were Works and sewerage In maid City. .

of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 changed Into the modern parlor chair : I!,ctlon 2. That an fcleetion be held ut Sm

w p. rn. by; simply adding a back, which has i| early a data .. practicable& which the qna- .
Bible School 9.45a. m.-A. W. |W1qn, hardly made them more comfortable. lon; to be submitted to elect.re of maid City
r superintendent. ; A. 'L. Davidson Male '
-' Westminster Gasette. laving the qualification preaerlbeQ'Itq[ feertlonItXio
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!rt. superintendent.. | ., ot the General Statute of (he Stale of Cveryfliing the Market Affords
'>i( Christian Endeavor every Sunday: Florida,shall be the inmianoe ot said bonds and .
t .", evening *6.30 p., m. ? .,.v.,. !,I IHH A. KINGLY PICTURE:: r t 3 I the Mayor Khali' forthwith issue bib, prot'laiiia. Served in Lip-to-Date Style. J{
Prayer meeting and. clioir, ,: .
practice ev. lion for said electionsSection .. . \
US" ?.ery.Thursday t, &It 7V p.; ant. :if.''* i Slovenly. Figure' Cut by Charles Xl.| of a. Tbat the form of the Ballot to be " i '\ \" ,:ih1i'h,: " ,; '
p'f Sweden. used at Mid Election shad be sultftaoUalljr aa : :
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ti.- 4 Distance lends enchantment to the follow:
OFFICIAL CALLOT,
a Municipal Bonding
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EPISCOPAL imagination as well as to the actual EUwllou,'. A. D. low, City'of KlKslpi-
Kev. David D. KitM! rector.! vision This la a fortunate circumstance "DIAMOND nee, Florida. DINNER 35 CENTS j

Services every second and fourth Sun- S for tbe real truth about some EDGE" TOOLS "Make arose mark (xbefore); the qne.tli>n of ,
day at 11:00 a. 'm. . of the heroes of history might to a person your choice. ..
; Communion 2nd Sunday at morning fservices. f today bring disenchantment and Are the favorite toot of good workmen 'Voto-for one. \

even disgust Charles %11. of Sweden Their all around goodness has For Wat rwork and Sewerage 1Iottd 1

pulld meeting every first-Tuesday.t may claim the world' admiration as a made them so, and all who ever used Against Waterworks and Sewerage BomU."
Section 4. Uhould the iMuanoe of said boada
1 '::.Db -- military; genius, but from Mr. Morflll's hem swear by them. You cant lisa be authorlaed by the required two-
'b '_ description of the monarch" given In I' any other kind if you want to do the then maid bond shall be laaued aooordlnji to served in all styles. I' _
End METHODIST. too "Story; of Poland. that gentleman best work. law without delay, and the Council ahall, (before ,
"' :J..., Mitchell, pastor would be anything but an agreeable such laauance, provide by ordinance forte

,.c a .Preaching every Sunday morning and addition to society.; CBISttS.. eI BATCBETS.$' redemption of Bold bond at maturity and 1

r o.venlng. "II. "wears a black crape-cravat but v tfa tuI for the payment of the interest upon tad ..m.. ., -
,Sunday School JUS a. m.-J. M. Lee, the Clptt'ot the coat Is always buttoned 1 Section B. That all ordlnanoei or parti thereof

i,..uperlntend.nt.tj. so closely that one cannot see sty In conflict fcere.with. be. and the same are, ius'i

r ...... His shirt and wristbands are always hereby repealed. ;
-, Read a flint and second tithe by unanimous ,
; "Premeeting every Thunday H wears no raffles nor gloves
wi dirty. ( consent and pawed in open session this fourth ::: 4r.ar.wtl
',', Choir practice' avery Saturday- and bis. Hands are cosamooly the game Now is the time to fence-A CAR LOAD day of January, A. D. 1910 s.. I .
night.
color a. his wristbands' yon can (seal) T. W. ELLiS SEEDS ,east.ayegMakl :
w '''--I''' hardly distinguish tbeou His hair is AMERICAN FIELD FENCE. \ President of Council City; of Kuwlmmee. plw 1."::' k +

!' FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.IV light brown very; abort and never Attest I
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n.
t, combed but with tbs fingers B.OIUnU T, \ baa.a.thy /Yampl.14, +
? Now Id the time to build-Best prices in Clerk of the City ot msstmmee. .v.n.ul bM r.rd.a I
r -B.. begins dinner, wits a big piece meow vrr'. ,
sdmth.
-, MASONIC. of bread and batter, having .tuck' bill town on Sash and Doors. .. ,
Photography =
i Orange Blossom,, Lodge No. 80. F. &\ napkin under bill chin.. Between very : : v
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., A;' M., meets first axthird Monday two bits of meat be eats bread which Now.Is the time for comforts-Davenport's I am prepared to malts photographs .;
1'' 'nights In each roon .b at 7.30 o'clock. in be butters with his thumb. He to never of all kinds at my studio located just ; ;

,Fraternity Hall..' more than a quarter of an ,hour at- above the Midland Ry., on Broadway, L "
Balcony'Tables Couches Porch Rockers ;- *
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,, ". J. M. Hansell. W. M. his meals. eats Ilk a ban and..never or will go anywhere to make outride .
vl Prices reasonable. I
?WH M. Carson secretary. w.
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". peaks a word. Rugs Art Squares J. A. LANCASTER.
.--.;...., I A kingly picture. Indeed savoring of Linoleum

romanc and knightly fasbioal :: Floor OH Cloth Matting. '
"KNIGHTS'OF PYTHIAS. THEO. O. HOFFMAN CHABr PATTON
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Friendship I'gs: No. 10 meets every Her Own Coin. Now is the time to begin to trade with head- < 'of.<-

'.' ,-,__....'......'Wednesday Hall.night: at' .-7.00-- o'clock--In" Fraternity -Thsrs...wa._flult. a scene the. other The Hoffman Painting! Company

F. C.:; Bryan chsrAet'or commander. bight at a certain bridge party. A'losor -,"- quarters-foreverything-in Hardware, . : .. "

... tiny; 'R.O. Meek. ,ceperof recordssndseat. paid a lady with her own L O. D.'a.Tbe - --.mot B"Tf

lady said It "was moat ungentl- Furniture, House Furnishings and
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',< r Leading Painters of-Kissimmee
"r.9Irot manly. She said she wouldn't ban

OSCEOLA CAMP NO.'79, W. O. W. minded being paid back In her own Vehicles. '. I _. '
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v. lot ,' Meeting' ; righl second and* fourth coin but she disliked paper money.Exchange. ,,' -

1 .l Tuesdays at 7.*) p.'m. .

H. T. Stanford, C. C. I OUR MOTTO: "Best of workmanship best of material, cheapest of prices,"
,): W. B; Johnson Clo'k. THe Herder Part.
I has brought us since six all the work
years we could do. Only contented cuesto
I "It Is bard to teach an old dog new'
the wise mers and much praise. Twenty-four years experience. All we ask of youis
tricks! quoted

;*, .. ,,;_J_- '.Gen.-- : 0. 0. Howard Post: .G. A. R._ "Yes. It's bard tne slmjjte to find mag.the-Pblla.delpbla newTrIcYs.'trTaaded" .. O SGeol "dw. to continue your confidence in us and we'll do the rest. t:f'.

41' .Meets every Wednesday at 2 p. m. Record. .
li' in Fraternity HaP. Visiting Comrades ? _. '- : w

. cordially Invited. SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIKJS
f, ,0. DERBYSHIRE: G. E. TARBOX \ Well Bred. '

I Adjutant.. Commander. Gentleman-That' looks a well brood The Oldest Established Seed House in Florida ..
II should think tie "wa ,
... dOIJ'. Owner
t'a" \ .. ; for Rent. I I "well bred. Why, he wont have a bit h E. A. MARTIN. <& COMPANY .
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j h 'l. Some of. the finest trucking' land In,,'oft dinner till he's got his.collar on!- Sucocmor to seed business of W. A. Ijou[ .& tc,. / .

r; "". (Florida Will furnish house to |live i In Punch. I' onlp ny Garden, Field and Flower Seed, Poultry Supplies and Remedies, Recleaned Bird' .

I' ti; ..d other employment in claaring land '
!lit" :' t' 'lowing and other work. Party must There ere abont 36. 00 worms to'au Seed. Incubators. Write for Cat ol\le. ,'

h if' ,have team.. 2-tf A. S. NELSON. acre of,cultivable! land. < Pkiosie4377 :2O6 B. Bav Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA I; "

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