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 18, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00425
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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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 I tial success had been attained.the railroads .. .

::6'' : I March putting 1st-instead; th'.1,rat of .April Into..elect.Q 15th ',the [Now Ready. l'9rthe Plow I of to, an the end post The desires'commander to ; -N :l


date originally fixed: by the Southeastern thanks and appreciation of ):
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By. the Board of d to Serve for Traffic Association. r W Acres nevi of Mrs Bullock,.Miss .

Next Twelve Months-Much Messrs., G. E. Tarbox, S.,..B,Aultman Twenty-Six Prairie Land Ly Mr. J. N. Frantic I :

rte and E. N. Fell were elected to ,active ing on Lakes Marion and Jackson That Require for the occasion, and to Mrs, :
.. Business Transacted. ot\\ asslstipg. in. ,the exercises by ;
membership.
... .j r No Clearing and Will Yield
a solo.IIOMESEEKERS.
; Abundantly
Carson :
,/ ,/ ,Mr. C. A. offered the follow-

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Monday nlfc-ht;, watf By far the most important -Whereas, thI.J1 ard'oTirBd deems *,' ,' .... : ', h
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held by'that body for month ha installation of an Up-to-date system One, .of the greatest drawbacks to the I' this( i 'state Is today excited: over the : '

....- -. pastf-end more...metnbeie! were present of> water works and sewerage of special sale of the average body of land Chat Everglades,. and ul\tol"\1.e th )Is being from the West t-to .Florida )! :

than had attended since the annual election -,impbitan! eur'1)ur-toW'n-in-enhanc1ng- has-never n-eultivated-aa a rule. Is .expeMM to put-them.Jn-jeonditioja: ,
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II of officers In February,,'9O9. values and Inducing- other very desirable the fact that it I. necessary to expend a produce' fruits and vegetables; While -V --- - -. : ,

I The reason,,of course,' for this unusually . citizens to settle aqnon'g us; .there-. 'considerable sum In clearing (it of tint- here almost at our door we hive a tract following! letters are l i+.

large attendance was that the fore be it1 her, undergrowth, etc., but there. is a of twenty-six thousand' sent 'of land story and will' be read I : '

Ant meeting in February is the date Resolved that tide Board endorse the tract: of twenty-six thousand acres lying; that is the equal-of any acre in the entire deal .Uitactloli'b"( the : '

I let by the constitution for the annual reposition to bond for money with I in the crater of this county that is now' Everglades district and not dollar Valley GazetU readers in \',

election, and as it is expected the Boardof which to Install these utilities .and will ready: for the ploughman to begin his Is necessary to be expended to either who are contemplating a trip

Trade will'be a considerable factor use all legitimate means to see that the work for nature did not allow for theP'tman drain or clear It-It stands ready "to this spring and summer:: ( \ r

(*Jn.the life of Klssimme during the next ate at the special election on March 9th when she placed It here for the greet the farmer! the trucker, the florist Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. \ ; t

*twelve months, the members desired 'Is favorable to that end. use of man.. ; the stock 'raiser, and 'will return Klssimmee Valley.Gasette: ; : ,

that the.-very best material ire placed at .Mr..._G. E. Tarbox who moved, to our Every one of these twenty-six thou.-. golden dollars for the dimes be pays Gentleman-You have of

the head of the organization, and there town a short time ago from Spokane,- and acres Is prairie land and there''is for< the privilege of cultivating it.. One advised that the railroads ;, '

H was, no mistake made when Mr., E. L. i Wash., spoke at some .length on the not a tree to fell or a scrub to giub in call buy a section of this land today and ,'Homeseekers Rates

Le.ley'-' elected to'the office of president 'necessity properly: advertising our that vast area in order to put (in a begin to plow tomorrow; in, the Everglades 'from the customary Western ; i

for he ls a man emmlnently qualified I town and county if we desire, to have crop-nothing to do but plow it up and one buys today and awaits for the which reached Cincinnati

fog the"position- --chairman I Kissimmee become a city of Importance, plant the and with advised that these rate.
being seed a little care'' ;,i water to be drained off before he can A
of the Board of County Commissioners, ,and told of how towns' in the West; had and that!d of nature'an abundanlyield.;locate his land .' Illinois Central railway .... I

the most progressive body of men in become cities from proper.handling aid will be'the result./) 'i I This Eastern Committee'-
immense
i land
It Florida,and a man pf large means and advertising, and others with superior This land lies in about the center of north of the tract body of of three hundred Is just Western Passenger \ ] ,

m'J property in this city and county advantages go down because of ins tlv- this county, being situated thirty-three ,thousand acres purchased I 's west of Chicago and north 1; ',

1Y besides possessing a most pleasing manner ity on the part' of its citizens. His miles southeast of Kisalmmee one and Southern.Colonlzation lately by which the and Peoria, Illinois. The ( f
Company
and a head full of sound business s peech was highly appreciated,. and will half miles from Turkey Hammock land- company has commenced I ter from Mr. Craig would

judgment.Mr. no doubt do much good. The recommendation *ng at the head of the Kissi'mmee: river, property into 160-acre fume cutting up its' this matter Heretofore ;.
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. P.. C. Stanford one of our town's of Mr. Tarbox that a Boost and (Is on the southeast show> of Lake. view to selling them to actual with a Rates have not been .... '
settlers
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foremost business men and boosters, en' Club be organized was endorsed, Marion. The road from Turkey Hvm- and there Is no doubt Lilt wrist thousands points named in this letter. +

re-elected to the office of vice- and that Kentleinan was instructed to reasonably suppose ,
was mock to Whittler, formerly the corn y of people will be living in that : 4
president; Mr; R. O Meek who has so begin its organization at once. site of Brevard county runs throughthe portion of our within the through an effort of the ''
Bounty
efficiently served the Board as secretary Several small bills were.. submittedand center o? this tract, and tne main few years' that has heretofore known next bodies of Florida, these ra'jes '} ,,

since its organization, waa reelected ordered paid.' road from Kissimmee to Bassmger and only the cattle herder. put on earlier than usual and

secretary, and Df. W.' W. Carson, Secretary Meek submitted the fol- the East Coast runs through Whittier These :! to a much larger territory. f y

treasurer, #ir. J. W. Prentis who has lowing report of his official acts duringthe which place is only a'short distance twenty-six thousand acres are Yours ::
the 'n''
filled that position since' the birth of the year just ended:. from this land. property of Messrs. P. A. Vans C. A.

Board, declining to permit the use of I Gentlemen: During the past twelvemonths These twent'-six thousand acres are Agnew and Arthur E. Donegan Mr. Ch'm. Trans. Com., ( ''

".. his name In that connection. the "Secretary of the Board of in a solid body being six miles from Vans Agnew being one of the foremost ;

' Trade has sent out by'mail and .attorneys (In the South and a man of Wilmington. N. C., Feb. ; i iM
There was other important business express north to south and seven miles from extensive i

t-anaacled, a synopsis of which follows: and handed,to visitors about 6,000'fold- east to west in area, the north bound- ] realty holdings, while Mr. /. C.A. Canon, I ,:
I Donegan is the
era and probably 10,000 of different circuit clerk for Osceola Dear Sir-I am gratified r' ''
copies line
p The Board was called' to order by ary being Lake Marlon, a beautiful
t President Willson at eight o'clock, and bulletins, all descriptive of the body of water seven miles long and two' county, president of the Citizen's Bankof you that effective March ',
resources of Kissimmee and Osceola Klssimmee end recognized as one of tinuing thereafter on the
s the secretary ordered to read the minutes miles wide.
fj of the last meeting, which were i' county. The names of parties interested Tb.e/ elevation of this land Is seventyfive of t the the leading business men and financiers Tuesdays of each Month,

M approved without correction. in Florida !liave been secured in feet above sea level, and the tract state. These gentlemen intend, month of November, 1910 '

... '; The following report was received every way possible, and literature I drains naturally into Lakes Kissimmee 1 so it is understood, to place this tract Excursion Rates will be pl '
of land
1/ from the special committee on waterworks mailed to them, and many Inquiries, j and Marion, giving fall of about fifteen on the market in bulk\: at a remarkably at Illinois Central Railway !! *

- L and sewerage: probably 1,000, have been answered by feet and there is no part of the' low figure, in anticipation of the Eastern Committee .

letter and literature mailed therewith. entire tract but what can be drained' some .trong'financIal company taking Western Passenger ?.
Some time discussed thquestion e j it y
ago you Much bas been accomplleflVb by send- into either one of these lakes the. up for colonization purposes, and we Is west of Chicago and north : +
by v
of-water works and sewerage, ing out this literature, as well as by simplest of but V. predict that it will be only/, a short time and Peoria, IlL Heretofore I ,
system ditching to
and called mast meeting of citizens to as ,until
will be called I
we to chronicle
sending out the Valley Gazette by the upon possible to purchase
that very little will be the t
consider the matter. This meet- necessary! 1
mass |its i
transfer
to other hands for there is
County Commissioners and the Boardof seekers tickets from this te
land Is all high prairie with few
|J'I appointed us as committee! to only a ,
{ no place in all this Southland
Trade. Fifteen new members havebe .better ties being compelled to
- hammocks and clumps of cabbage pay 1 ,
palms, ;
Appear before the Council and ask thatspecial 1 ,
adapted to such
n added to the roll during the ye.r.This and Is just rolling enough to off' purposes.: The only up to Chicago or Peoria.
,a election be called to determinethe carry ,
Messrs.
thing for Vans and
Board has done much for Kissim- all Agnew ditions contemplate through
surplus water.
question ,of issuing bonds for the mee and Osceola county but can do Donegan to do to secure a purchaser fore r this territory on a reduced
i above named purpose. We beg to report It costs as much as $25 to'tao an ac i this tract is for them tq show It to
more the next twelve months If the a a maximum rate to
that at the meeting in January the to clear timber ]lead before it is ready any.
r :man or men who have sufficient
money Florida
members will do, their full duty. Respectfully points as follows:
Council passed such an ordinance. The for cultivation and then frequently the to buy it. '
'submitted Chicago $ .
Mayor however, for reasons assigned,, soil is not so rich as that found on th '
R. O. MEEK Sec / St. Paul .
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withheld .his approval of the Ordinance. prairies, so it will require very eGEN.( 0. 0.. HOWARD ,
_, As the reason assigned for the veto did l Treasurer.Prentis submitted the fob figuring to ascertain that if one desires; Minneapolis Omaha .. V
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not involve the legality of the Ordinance !- lowing report of the moneys collected to engage/ farming that to buy prairie Council Bluffs . :

j" the Council at their: ''Febuarj and disbursed by Him"during' the.. past IIt.tead of timber land Is a much ;heap--i{ Post, G. A. R., Gives a. Most Inter.. .Sioux City : ;

V'V ,meeting passed the Ordinance, theMayor's year. . 'j",, er Investment, even though 'It: are tthree '( Sioux Fall.' \ ,; ";-

".;4--, '.' veto notwithstanding,, .: 'Mr ....,J i ;,>.' j. RECEIPTS ' times'aa.much per acre. |I I 'sting F.ntertiinmente '" ''Dubuque'',: ; !: h'
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on'hand 8,09r7., \ !! "
Bal. : 41 90)
: It is probable that an election will b e These twen.:v-llix thousand acres iMeAof the meet Interesting sue' ,
called at an early: date "at which the< Initiation' ll. :: . :. . . . : . 12 to. a water'protection of twenty-six miles, cessiul entertainments ever held in Kissimmee Rates -will Q.garry; t the ,, : '

J i qualified voters will be asked to ex Dues . . . . . . . 243 00 which makes any fruit grown In thi 'was that given by Gen. O. 0-:. seekers limit of twenty-five '

press their approval or disapproval o f: Fin. Com. and others for arts sub. 324 06 |iortion of Florida tabsolutely immunefrorl Howard Post No. 35 G. A. R., on las stop We over privileges.

t an issue of bond the proceeds of which Donation.. by W. C. Parsons. . . 100 00 \ fiosUor blight, while all that portion Saturday afternoon, in Fraternity Hall noleCentral are entirely indebted

1 shall be used for the purposes abov e L. E. Barbeau . 10 00 of the lands lying along the lakes! in honor of the anniversary of the birth Railroad for ; .
W. A. McCool. . 10 00, aion. The Illinois Central '' l i '
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named. Is of muck formation, and Is subject to of Abraham Lincoln.
you know, operates In : '
,
j As this seems to be a matter of much Total.! . . . .:. . . . . $741 96 the very highest state of cultivation in The spacious hall 'waa crowded and the Atlantic Coast Line. eJ
importance we respectfully reques growing:vegetables every characterat many were forced to forego the pleasure Yours ,
very
.' that the Board of Trade actively assis DISBURSEMENTS any season of.the year. of witnessing the exercises, 'on accoun
disbursements .. . . . . 79 W. J. Craig
By $663
1. I In putting the matter through and the Dr. R. D. Tiacy, the government expert of being unable to get into the hall u '
Sundry expenses. . . . . 66 71Balon Passenger & :
with this purpose in view a campalgicommittee n who came to this county a feweeks w every available space, was taken up.The .
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hand and in bank 106 46 -
to look after the interests o:f '" -: ---:-: ago for tha purpose of Invest, exercises' began at 2 o'clock, 'MfR"ANTS.,8 ;

V' this great question be appointed conalsting Total. .1. . ': T..... .$74196 gating the quality of*tha soil 'in, the when Commander, G...E..,Tarbox called ,i- ;. ,. ;

1 of the following gentlemen: ,H. J.,.W.,,PRENTIS, Tre... vicinity of this tract; stated. that, thi* the assemblage to order, and In a : *> (

:.i, C. Stanford Jno, M. Lee,.A. E/Dooe- President t Willson submitted:a ,verbal prairie was.peculiarly adapted to the happy.:though patriotic( "Speech t&tea Don't Pay Money, to li .

j :f gars W., J. Sears and. P. A." Van. report of his actions during his term o f cultivation. of alfalfa, and that, abundant the object .of' the meeting and Intro j to Local ta' ; <<: I ;;/

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yy Agnew of it dueed the chaplain who offered '
office,and closed by thanking the members crops :could .be grown if it : a fer- '
I k ,, -All of which w*.respectfullysubmit) for their aael.tancedurlnth.yearJo.t wsnproperlycultvated.ItWsDoctor'sconclusions ( v3nt prayer for the happiness and healthof Realizing the Importance' l ;

.sad request that thl. committee be ended and ..tatllJg.th.t nominations are correct and there is noreason 'the old vets after which a, song, tude of the State Retallere". { :: :

-I I II now j discharged, C. A/CARSON. for the several offices. to to doubt they are,' this land' is 'Battle Hymn of the Republic'wu the merchants, and .
serve
;' .' S.'H. worth cent of ,co-operating in the : '! '
BULLOCK dollars
: during the year In every fifty: an acre, sung. ; : .t
; ensuing were, order
. .. Hillsboro County branch pf a
/ ; G.; F KRIBM. and'no doubt that or a ereater'.urn Mrs. Conningbam, president ef, the
and the elected
following were : '
would be realu&Lfor! it Woman' Relief; one of the largest and '
The recommendation of the committee President L. Lesley. by its owners if Corp."of Illinois, re- ; .

.i .. was concurred In; and President Willsonaddressed Vice President-H. C. Stanford.,. they held It for a1 few years. cited one of the most stirring poems organizations.. .: ;Mr I '

'I, ;l the following letter to Mir P.. Secretary O. Meek This tract lies near the second largest ever listened to by an #audience, entitled : Mr.v. W. D. Lee, also , i

A. Vans Agnew; Treasurer -W. W. Carson. lake in the- county-Lake Kissimmee "Captain, Oh My Captain,",which was i ter are calling on, the, ) I n n '

Dear Sir! The spacial.committee appointed I The election:of the executive committee . -and it' has eight mUe.-Of: water. written at the time of Lincoln's death, another meeting. '" will. 'be. :r ;

- ,by the Board of Trade'on the was deferred the next regular frontage on Lakes: Marion and Jackson, I and she Jo turn was followed by Mr. J. days. : ; '\' : t

t question of water work. and sewerage meeting. sufficient to give thousand hoIders Q? N. Barer), who recited a poem that fill. The meting last night( at I. ,
.t-<' have completed their labors after the small tracts water' front. (.Between 'd the hearts of his hearers and caused of Tr8def rooms was, a ) ; + .
The Board then
adjourned to meet ,
. .,' City Council has passed the ordinance Monday the 28th. on Lakes Marlon and Jackson there Is one m y of the white haired old' comrades and the'Hillsboro County t I : ;

,. .' : for a city election to of the teo.t".eeauuful picturesque to wfpethe moisture from their ; temporarily' organized' : i-
calling vote -- - -- eyes
....,..."..... j i?' the question-;: -:- -' upon" ,Ask ulifpl'_Sigbt. sites for a town-in Florida, and u the Mrs. W J.-.S.'' Carr"then sang that I Abs Mass chairman and" "Mr. ; iJ ,
'ao
\ writer of this article .' driven''o' "Far '" honey' secretary. : .
J.. This committee did faithful : w. being. beautiful song. Away in a man
work, Mr. G. & Takach, one of our mostj ,The plan of the ;
and in their vs It a few weeks ago)it appeared to ner'that'comp ly I captured the audience rarani
campaign committee report recommend that a. experienced gardners, has a quarter of him that'many of those who were establishing and brought -fprth encore after i ling the business end|| .o: ,, ; ; ..., ."
composing M
; H. an acre of English :
peas growing in bis colonies and building towns in encore: sane. The solicitors 'or 'f "t .
M"r. i '
C."Stanford, John Lee, Mr. A. E. extensive
truck garden In West Kissim not authorized to collect 4 '
other counties in this,,state were over Mr. Norman G. Cooper was the ,<
Mr. ,
, Donegan W. J. Sears and Mr. P. mee that are the admiration of all who ors After the completion of the : I ,
A. Vans Agnew be looking one of the bent propositions, tor 6f the occasion, and delivered one ,"
appointed to havecharge
have seen them. They are nw in full I1 anizatlon// the officers : ;. .
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this tair land of /
had
of the matter until after the bloom and have stoodtheTcold ours to offer There c f the finest addresses ever heart) I in ?
spells of from the business men of ; "
1 would find the ,
one health the Almighty Kissimmee. Mr. .
Cooper delivered tl
r election. I, therefore, have appointedthe : the past two months without suffering' .nity. It Is then the duty of
above'commlttee for this j Intended we should enjoy; climate tins same add_ before an audience of ,
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important the least damage. All who h.ve..n l sWwUry to collect all
- ,1,7' work. This committee call i them surpassed for perfection; scenery the twelve thousand people in New York ( ; ;
may declare
upon they are fine mit'e
as as any: to-the State .
like of which has ..eldom'been
'-'- -- - seen by City a snort time and it cheered 1
-member of ago was ,
any theBoardoLTrade for;ever gtownand!area ''Checks \
be
living!! witness! to manBoiLthat-will ta made payable ; jY
.. yield_abundantly of to the echo.
1\ spy assistance it need I I.t the fact that section is better '. | LueyLtreasuTfir ; : ?
I anything planted, and between two When'l.fr-COOper: clofcxT his ,. !
\. speech
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.. [ Very truly yours I adapted to the cultivation of vegetables I beautiful The merchantSspf the state : '.,
r ,,""' J, M. 'WILLSON JR. Pres. lakes that abound with fish of o greetings were indulged Ip for a d
; ;- I than any other portion of the1 South. not to pay any mote to ;

..' Mr. C. A. Carson, on behalf of the : Go and ass them, the sight will, do you every waters.variety Verily known it would to'be our the Inland town ped few for minutes order, and when requested the commaderrap-all .to,joinin :_ their local secretary xb.e., : \ /j

transportation committee, gave in de. good. authorized collector
of tb
that would lure the .
weak ,
the strong that grand old "America ." t
song
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,. tail an account ot the labor of bis . We ,
understand
committee that Col. ,P. '
A.Vane
the the
in getting'a old young\ for there .they : which everyone present did, after which Married, at the home of w
restoration of thehomeseeker's (is
Agnew ill in New York
City, threatened would find nature's man'in :
gifts to
th.V benediction); was .PJ'OD04Dced.andth .Partin. February 6th, Miss
excursion rates from -
the with typhoid fever but to what plenty. : rr:
first entertainment
public
by a and Mr. Robert Smith
North and West, and stated ,that a par- extent our infor mast could not say: The whole '. : : )
i'u I country, and esoecially 'Grand. Army Post in( Kiesimmee came Chlsholm. officiating. '
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',;' "" I I' Proclamation by the Mayor CpMFORTJNG WORDS A.GILBRT.M

( WORTHY'CONFIDENCE . 5- .
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v Many Kisslrame Household Will
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:" :", tu.of the tborllj vented .In m. M Mayor of . Find Them So. .. di.; ._ .'- -
BUILDER
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.f4r< > HEAL ESTATE the Ctty of Kialmmee'Dr following QnU To have the pains and aches of baad CONTRACTOR) x'' .
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';\ r ---.....- An Offer Backed, by One of Our. AN Dine OKDIN ANVK provirtlng for Ih.llllluaooe byth back removed; to be entirely( free from

c ,;, ', e INSURANCES.nBlftLOCK. Most' Reputable Concerns.' .<*Uy. of fop.th Kl..lmm..of Purpose InnUillllig Bond In CorlainAmouDU a Mauirlpal grateful.annoying is enough;To to dangerous make tell how any urinary this kidney great disorders sufferer change/ Plans and ,",.Estiniates i Furnished,

We pay' for all the medicine used during 8ynUtin of WaMrwoik* and sewerage. can Jbe brought about wjU com
J the trial Tf our fails to com- mill for the MubntluloU. of 1h. Queitfbn of forting words to hundreds prove of Kissim AGENT : ,
Examination Titles : remedy .
.. FOR
: ? ; of a of constipation.We Such l pflrl&Ollto ait.Blootlou; pf 1-\1.\ QuaUnKloovon < mee readers . ) .
'pletely relieve you : of Bald t=IL'h..rllaa ,/; \ Mrs 't
Speclal y. V takS all the risk. You are not Obligated ,W tliu)i>>.Callntlon and optlratlou of Imnnlplpi. Kissimmee M. ,L.;1"'Ia.Outlaw, says,: P."I O.waa-kreatly Box 116, The Famous Meng-eTPumps for Ifrieatipri and Drainage: ; '50,000; to ;
to In nyway whatever accept arale; iJl of Waterworki and Sewerage ; *. (o;
,", us you benefited by Doan's Kidney Fills and - -- 1,600,000 gallons per hour; .
.J *' offer. That' migjity broad statement 1*doomed' nilowwHrjr by: the Council of the City; : out of gratitude, I recommend them to 5 to 200
!]Solicited. our a of !KflfmlniniHe, and da-soline Engine 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines, H. P. t \

orrespondence ,.,but we mean every word we say ,. Whereu,It will be ueconoary .to bund the City I I anyone was a suffering victim of from this kidney complaint trouble.for Boilers Any Size. !I.

t Could anything be more fair for you? in order loprovldu> the fuudiH with which to some time, my greatest suffering being StampedMetal: Shingles Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Design! ., .
A most scientific common-sense eonetruotcudlnalntefu snob M'atorworlu andWbonoui
from-pains in
my back and through mvkidneys.
1 FLORIDA REA1[ [STATE FOR SALE[ treatment is iTexall Orderlies,' which Notterage NysWra\ ., and I could not rest and l in the ( '
the axCTtiug \UHMiioudliifc capacity AND MONUMENTS4
., I are eaten like.candy. Their active principal morning my back was so lame I could IRON FENCES
", ," of "",'Clt,, I DaMoU upon| the lot ankutiiiinoiit. roll hardly begin the day's work. The kidney
Beautiful winter home sites situated id a recent scientific discovery that or lixitf' valUlJn (or tin purpom It HIi.aho: secretions were also unnatural giving ,. ;i,:,

in the Lalf Region of Florida is odorless( colorless and tasteless; very Therllfore.liYJtordatned> by Uio' Couuoll of ooncluaive' proof-that mY' kidneys -
and pleasant jn action the City of kimldimiM" were disordered. I tried several Jt1
;tip 'Trucking and Farming Lande in larger pronounced, gentle ) reme-
"K<..!lJon 1. East: under and by; virtue of the dies but failed to Readin ... ... ,, .' ':..
I 1 email\ tracts. and particularly agreeable in 4eVeryway. then: help me. "'"' ""' "' "' "'" ""' "' ""' ,
I power vested In the City of Klahnmoo br I of Doan s Kidney Pills,.! determinto r w
-, -':"'- --CITY- RTYASPECIArn'Y1. . This Ingredient does not cause JiHpKir sea, Act ofltuH, Ijiwi of Florida the try them and procured a hex frome iMIL MAO M, r tr'rNtHTMAOM.
diarrhoea nausea flatulence griping City Hhall bale. Its.oinlii. for the um of Forty Kissimmee Drug Co.
They soonme t
quick' 1'liruu Thousand, and' No-iuo) Doa.: ....., \In Fort '
L" List; your property with) me for .or any inconvenience whatever. Recall ed from pain, strengthened my S 1
thane Ixmdii, bo..t"lec1.ler..orka ...odloo.r8IU ki a and, the MACH BRQS '
regulated
1 'ales.. Orderlies are particularly good for ey passages of 4
Houdii, of the denomination of One the kidney secretions."
Hi! childr i3jigp M. BREAKERs
yo 1t8ii i fer from chronic or habitual able nuuil-aiinu.lly, at the rate of nix per rentPr Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo./ .N,..Y., sole Fed and Sale Stable.
\- \ ] 178 KIt'J. IMMEE, FLA. constipation or the associate or dependent .annum ;maturing in Thirty; Y.... (from agents for the United States. / Livery, (
date of iHHoanne. /ollow: yl-rn' Oo..doio Fir Remember the nameDoan'sandtake \
3----- =-. chronic ailments we urge you to Y<..m, Five Bond In. Tea'Veark, FITS Bonds In no other. .. \;:
y '. try Rexall Orderlies:: at our risk. Remember Fifteen Years, tflght Bond in Twenty Years, WOOD-:-PRA-YJNG ,

can get them i in Kissimmee Ten Honeln Iti IVenty-Klve Yean, and Ten J '
; you
Osceola County is, Now and Pirst-Olass. Wo will 'jt P
I Everything ( (
only at our.: store. 12 tabuleta 10 cents; Uinnlh in Thirty Yuan, cud tho lntreit and JNotice of Final Settlement and
principal payable in gold .Ita equivalent. at and Satisfactory Sor- :r
oe Render Prompt
36 tab let8 25 centsThe Rexall Store. for
; Abstract Company Qsceola Pharmacy. the offli'oof the TreaHuri-rv old City, Mid Application Discharge. vice Day or Ni I ht.11 Kinds! .. ;
bends be
1 _. --- to "limited for the purpose of Installing Notice la hereby given that the undersigned
Sale. and constructing a municipal ")'.(.m of Water* an AdmlnUtralor of tlie Extate of Jorry N. Heavy Hauling. 4 i
or worlu and Sewerage In laid City. ,
Potter, deomand, will oo Patnrday, July 2nd. t
Ten acres good trucking land adjoin- Hoctlon :i That an Election be .held at an 11110. make anal settlement with the County" -ATBEAMAN'SOLD! STAND. PHONE 13. a"

i J 0. P. GARRETT, Manager.. ing city limits; fenced; 5 acres under early a date .. practicable which the queatlqn Judge of Uacuola Qoiinty. .. ** plow; flowing well. Price $1,000; terms lo be submitted. to electors of "a 1(1 City, apply for flnal diiclianra.....Id Admlnlatrator. .l
it desired.. We'also have several tracts hnviuirtho.quallfloatio'iiii, preiicrlbed" by Suction _. .... '
Dec. 1
22. E. L. l> OTHH T. ___ __ t :1
} Real estate for sale on term, and can suit anyone IKK" of the.) (leuer.l5'", HutuKji of the Stale of Administrator Katate of1)2.(1t..o --=--=,- -_. =- =-=- --=- --- S

,* Titles examined and reported on desiring an excellent! investment. Klnrlda, shell be the Imainoe 01..1! bonds and .. ... ..... 1
Jerry M. ftmm *m\**m%*"tt *m* mmm%*'%mm* *%m %*m m*'* m* < *m'mmmm %mm0 : :
1 Taxes paid for non-residents 2-tf NELSON REALTY Co. the Mayor hall forthwith. VMIIO, hln proclaina .. Potter- = :1
Instruments relating to real estate . - .- - lion for acid election. ----- --- --- : WHAT IT MEANS \= lV' :
'x carefully drawnCorrespandencei Section( 8, That the form of the Ballot to be : (
nerd at acid Election: hail be milmtautlally a.atollow. Notice of Final Settlement and Many people lo not know wlt., Bink'Cn|Nuil| l |. for. or the dlffarano H- *. "-
t : Solicited New Tailor Shop .: / twoou a bank of little or no capital" end one with a larifo,,.,.It.l. \
Application for Discharge. / . 'w{
ANJ SUHPI.U8
OfFIflAL( BALLOT Municipal HomllngKlictlou A IIAXK'H (CAPirAI
) ---- ---s- A. D. 11110( City of KlHHimlileu T<> \U. WHOM IT MAY CONCKRS : j 1> toe fund, that |'ro"e'L, tint lopi>iiu. .>ni from loxi.. ih.T.'forn. the larger It la the : .y
has been opened next door to Rotundo's Klorltlu.'Mnkt . greater protection the 'Inpmitor, ha.-c rt11M I hon Im a : (
M I. ,
Notice hereby that the undersigned ,
01. Broadway, and is prepared to make a .,..... "mark Ixjl>*>f<>ru the quontiou of an guardian( of Ira (given M. \\jon, minor,wall l on Mo'ti- % Capital" of tonal ol... .. . . ...IVi.rtlKMioSurplun n.mm. lai' I :_ a'i.'{2

; Bargains vourrlioicf.'oti d.y..ho I'.llh day of June A. D, 11110. af. 10o'clock .t ekhllers' hahillly.. . ''.IVIU, i lit :
Suits. Pants and Vests "\ for 1'4
one. a.in. prcxum' my dual report for A total of III'I 1 aMtl IHI :
For U alprworkH' and Bond. '.
Sewerage In the County JiilK<* ofllrc In (lees .
AIRln.1.Wt"ork.. .*' S Tht inian that wr mu-U In.1, \ '. nl'" b'rn. s.nr d'I1", could . and HOD''
IN THE Sewerage '
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I ole County Florida and will apply to Haiti' Tilt protection [I. tar YOI'. _
s.-i-it" in l I h..ulllho iHNUMUOH of Bald betide Court for my discharge ai guardian of cold -
In of Real
all kinds Estate.
Lotcst Styles=-,.-=s= I )I.. ii.i.lto ',y tli" required. two-lhlrdH vote ntnor. JOHN M. I.ICK STATE BAN < OF KISSIMMEE
\ Fire and Life Insurance and ,,, ., . .1
.. ll 1.s M ;j l I.s I Is hall bit IrtfcUOtl MM >rdill|[ Ul Hit moth I ly (Xianllaii.I i -N .
Armour's Fertilizers. Renting -' -- 1.. .i" ., ','J,, ', and Hlmll, r
"Ut ) the Council: il>e- -1
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: K'.8IMM.' FLc:> IO.
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1' and Collecting Rents a Nothing ,J!>ut Experienced Workmen fitnst .1 uxnen provide by; ordliianrc for -.---- -.. ----- !
1 tin rrilumption o( ftHld Itondt at maturity and ; ( A. CAteON( .1 ;11N M 'I.KH S. It CAltMON = ,
Specialty. Taxes paid for\ EmployedIf for the (,KiTinrnt of the Inlereat upon thy Humeeot **************.'*..*%****... : 1'.I.I."t. Yhe.1'reddnl" ('.hlur i i

Non-residents. "- t on \ 'I'hat all I ordinances or purls thereof -...,.,..." '..-,..,." ." ,." ." ,." ,....,..,..,." ." ,." ,.,...! "
in conrtu't. herewith. he. and inname are. : SALTED : "
order will
you leave an ont'eyou ... .. '

y ,I R. O. MEEK always be a customerJ. hereby Head repealed.. linn and Heroml tune bv lllianlmoiiacoiiHent ALLIGATOR S HIDES .1: +4I I I_I I '1 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ to I I I 1 ++++ I I I I -I .-. 'is
Mini "paaMMl in Oien aennion Uiiii I jurth i i r'

Kissimmee Fla. G. KIMBROUGHThe da> of January A. D. I'.MU.Hia1. BOUGHT BY THE j
( :) 'T. W. EI.L.IH THE CASH STOREFirst -

..... Tailor- Pretildtml: of loaned, City of KitwlnimeeAlteHt : GROSSMAN LEATHER CO., I f

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.' iaVali Wfcufla J. R. QII.HBKT ** 75 Fifth Avenue Door North of Postoffice
ri i A1l' FOR SALE Clerk of the City of Klmlmmee. 'J NEW YORK CITY : : \1
f ., : .. ........ -
I. T. M. Murphy, a* Mayor of ,1<1 City of Write for oar Cataloeu..bowia..this 1 : .t
KlaHimmee.do hereby Prool.lm and Declare J kind. and aixea of Hid. want l.I ., There will find SHOES HATS :
23,000: acres 1 of TimberLand you ,
of the voter i .
Real Estate Agency. 'Ih..t. Special Kleolton qualified ,
on railroad. of Bald City will be1 held.the City ".1110 .aid I Waters & Carson Gro. Co. J JJ :
f DRY GOODS ANIiNOTIONSp all ofbest|| j'i 1
J, I la\\\\Nee\NaN\\a\aN\N.\N., of Hiosplintc City, during the legal hour of voting, on Wednesday : '
20,000 acres -
M
: the 9th day; of March, A_ D. 19iO upon OUR AGENTS
Realty bought and sold.) ) Land. the qnotion of bonding.. City In the turn of ........1R1f .wnF..Fe .tl... : quality and lowest. prices. It
: Houses rented. ",-t,000 on, cabal l.ue of bonds to be tanned' upon
29 500 of 1'nstureLand. -
acres ------- ------ - -
. .l" aid In in the --- ---- - - --- I
the termn th. manner preaerlbed
Taxes and Titles
paid
verified r Elsewhere i
t 'i for non-residents. IT I .ald Ordinance I Call Before Buying =.- -
The following qualified voteni are hereby appointed KODAK FINISHING
"
i Fire, Life and Accident Insurance F 50,000 ar 's of Virgin
). U> nerve a* Ofnuera of said Jl! -ctlou : "
v Timber on railroad. H. D. Unloe, n'. S. Harwell, 1I.' N. Brattoo. ainap.utora .. 4- ++,a/'l"H"."l"M"++++M. +++-++l-I + II' +++'I **+++ ! I kN.

ell\ .'Ir 1 Indemnity Bonds. J 2 100 a ,id A. H. Glllwrt aa I lerk. Expert work at reasonable price. De- ,
: : acres turpentine !- In wltiiHtM whtreof I have hereunto. my .
Pf . . livery in 24 hours
-_- .. .. _----- lands./ oO acres with hand aa Mayor; of aaM City; -and caused the CorpornUheal .
of tho Mid Cay;: lo be hereunto at- ''
10 acres bearing orange axed by; I... Clerk t&Li, thw Mcun4 day of February BROWN, The Photographer F' a aI

grove. A,D. 1810.f . : BA-SS'

:, li'|>'>.1', FliL JOSEPllIJ O E JumPER I 19 acres In city lltllits, Sinned Mayor'of T.the M.CHy WUHTOT: of KlaHlramca,, I' Rear f Southern'side Colonization door Building 'J'

r$>i,. -. : lm.al1'] . "" v' ', '',, ., 'c : '
; good house and outbuildings .Atte.t a'' ..' ( :
ff 'M-. -, J. QILBERT: t'-. ,"::';."' it :.''J -' --l: -' I l' CONTRACTOR and BUILDER'I :
with 3 ol'bearingoraugo
acres
.. OSTEOPATH 4 lark of>> the Cltv of Kl I..i.. ._ Local views of Kisaimmee'andsurround- .
grove 15 acres ing countryI

4 .Graduate of the S. S. 0.. and( .line' truck laud( with artesian Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti- .

Kissimmee j I mates on Structures-of an size or Dimensions whetherit I
jStlll College of Osteopathy. w1I1hnt. flows over
Send for' Price Card be Two-Room Cottage Hotel.
Granitoid Stone Works a or a Tourist
100-gallons )per} minute.; -- '.
:""8 i l'i vIn diseases of Women !and Make everything( In Cement line Phone 181Kissimmee., Fla. of ,t
/ bUdre.., ponsulutlon and ex am InI For information write such a% Blocks Piers for Rouses, Ce- --- Makes a Specialty borinaARTESIAN WELLSin
vu Ire,. ment Sidewalk!: Tile, Pore Columns which. he has met with the greatest success
I. Mondayaad Thuridsy e.8DIDIl' L. A. MINX & CO. Sewer 'l'IJe. Stone StepsChimney I of any man in Florida. .

f'l'I Offloe at Grayttone lf tel,. KISSIMMEE.!: FLORIDA.. Stone. Can save you nearly onehalfon To the West ;

'.". ' ,. .,. ... ._ ._ .._,, .. -S piers and is better than brick. ; one Give him your work 1:
------ --: - --- half the expense on ahimnevs.Will Northwest Fla.
; doeaeraloontractlD Jnbulld- and will be well and quickly <
II 'VI'i tHAI LE I t. BOYER luor out of wood stone or, brick.. Cement _.
via
'L'C: .YD' : f BlOB work So all\ hoes. All work r
gip .a Y-m guaranteed first-claas. ','
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AND .
ENGINEER
CIVIL Agent for tie| celebrated Courtrlght ,

.. . -,-- SURVEYOR metal Shingle SEMINOLE 1vNM1A"' ,.,..,..,_"" NNNMNaN I .t{
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B. DICKERSON, Florid. .


''' Real' : Estate.. experience engineering College, .graduate.on'municipal work. Extensive and All work g8n- I,-F. H. JE2STKIN.S LIMITED Do You Appreciate I .r1 .



. carefully executed. Lv. Tamp Aj .C. L. __. .:. .10.80: am ACCURACY :,
Lv. Lakeland A. C. L..11.45 am f

\( ; \ Office in Thurman Building. Surveying and Lv. Kissimmee, A, C.. I>. . .. 1.05 pan PROMPTNESS, i '..
', \1Be.IFLOItIO.\: Lv. Orlando A. C. L. . . . . 1.2(8( pm S .
'- t Lv. Sanford, A. C. L.--------- 2.55 son PURITY, ;
';. >: r Plant Wood's SeedsFor DraftingOFFICE Lv. Jacksonville, A. C. L----- 8,40 pm i '
. .;i, L.... Waycross. A. C. L . . .1u.Wpm: i COURTESY, .1,
: 2 '. Lv. Tifton, Ga., A, C. L..1Z.56: am $ :
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. /.i ... . -.......:..... Ar. Albany, Ga., A. C. L. . 2.20 am and that feeling satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best ,h 1
\' .,...... W.T... ... Superior.Crops 1
. Obtainable at tha Lowest Price?
t. .t.t'V" IN FRATERNITY: HALL, Ar. Americus, C. .f Ga. 3.36 jun Then phone us your wa.nta,
;: ,; . ,> Yi lCLaN). Anti 8CBQCok.| Ar. Columbus C. of G. . . . 6.43 am i and 'we assure you that satisfaction wtll be yours. ri
Wood's 30th Annual Seed Book'laona Ga. .
;j) & FLA. Ar. OpelikaAla. C. of 6.66 am a
S : Kawunmca'mourn .. tamiia.FUOKIOA.. KISSIMMEE. C. of Ga. . 11.30
h 'f' i; of the mod useful and complete Ar. Birmingham am
,Omam..fmomm. tl.. coed 'catalogue UsueA. It .----. Ar. Jack Tenn'CL.C . . T.25 pm i KISSIMMEE DRUGOO.Phone i *
: Information about Ar Fulton . 9.10 pm ,
j i f" .< 'J practical ,
,l. eft "" .;!, .. -, give the best and most profitable Meda E. P. DAN-N! Ar. Cairo, III., I, C . . . 10.10 pm $ S. . S 41 ";
'. : ",>. :: -W..W: CARSON_ D. c..s -to plant;for' -" Ar:Carbondale. III.. I. 'C.:- .12.01 am F is i- "
. r ArC ,Mo.r.c7: : : .20 am
, rO.NTAL PARLORS Market
:t j The Grower WKN1"1 +IrVNAN 1MtiN N+MM. W M111NKN11f14N1" ,
Cr20: :
Ar. Centralia. 111., I. am
w
y. RIVERS BUIUOINOOVBR The Private Gardener i Ar. Mattoon III., I. C . . 3.05 am
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,4 OSOEOLA.PHARMACYlorrtom The Farmer Ar. Champaign, III. I. C 4.05 am "1

s ; ,HOURS | 8.1 g J JV ? eS6ek | Wood'e 8..da are grown and Ar.Ar.Chicago._Kankakeer. 111.1 III.. V 1'-C C. 5.41 7.15 am am SUNNY; SOUTH STABLES
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"0/'1' ,' c elected with special. reference to through: ;Pullman, Sleeping 1
A the soils and climate of the South and Observation Care and Free Re-

." -T. /JH.[ RIVERS JUL D, and every: southern planter. abouldbaY8 dining Chair Cars Jacksonville to Chicago ... 1
Woods S..d Book 80 aa to ; Dining Cars between Columbus OEO. W. OVERSTREET
i I.' PHYSIQIANJ! AND SURGEON be fully: posted aa to the beet seed and Fulton; throughSleeping Cars Prop. :
r I for southern growing. Mailed free .Jacksonville and St. Louie. But F&r- i 5

;\ ..,.._ ....... ,Otlio.'oler.Osceola Phorgagy! IRespienoe i coa..Mqueak .Wrlt!.forJt.. }for Car Tampa'to"Jacksonville. Livery Sa'Ie and :/; 'x
1 53 | For Sleeping Car Reservations or any Boarding
,j , ;TONICS. office 148 a T.W. WOOD & SONS, additional information communicate. j
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'. '. Vav with Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and '
.Richmond, FOR
": .' 8.*dwn n. AGENT pre- 'if.
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J .. .r."h..dquart.r. for A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L., pared tp meet all demands with: :perfect satisfaction. ft;
'W I No. 138 Ea. t. Bay Street, Jacksonviii. ,
Thomason -
...., if': Qr**. and Clover a.ed'; S...l Pota'o..aood Motor Co. ., Florida. t
Oa'.. Cow_*. Gray Heavy Hauling and Boarding Horses a Specialty.
: ,, PHYSICIAN nd:SURGEON' Solo Be-n., .mi all fmrm ''J. G. KiRKLAND, D. P. A., A.'C. L., :.z
?' and Oirden ...d.. No. 310 Madison Street, Tampa, Fla.
-S qy': f ,' !Office'Phone.64, Residence 126 KISSIMMEE. FLA. l + BROADWAY r-PHONE 102 T pI


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1k San- Ii I : tlon, .. ,.:oft : '

.1. Jttan Gage:;, America.. *. -:.- __ - GrQCery Company ,

f Wholesale' and Retail Dealers In,4'?
k t; '- : : MITH., Author. Milt and Ttrv.I.r.URrBATTLE8HIP8 .
.C'omparty" ,.. 4 \ 't'
QR'OC1ERIE.S.
k ,'" . + **** ,,OUp .MONEY AND OUR WOMEN F \
I ", of; ARE THE"THrTEE THINGS THAT HAVE "MADE, EUROPE .. ,
4;, OR.ANDt). FLORIDA. ..... I
; CEASE REGARDING. AMERICA'N'TR VELER' ... :
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8 ." O. ; ; ABROAD AS. .LAUGHINGSTOCK.':' > > . WE.... SELL WE BUY' ;

'arvetheagents| fern' ;ET'M. F.'S 'S .'. ', Dewey victory over the Spaniard at Manila, the HAY -' ,. '

S/ audFlanders 20 Automobiles3and: [ _+ ** ** Oregon' wonderful trip around the Horn and bur.subsequent GRAIN .. _.L HIDES- ; ,.ji... ... "
destruction of the T-fpanish? > fleet at Santiago, the importantpart FURS .
will be able to make deliveries on played in finance by big business the FERTILIZERS . : ,
'S S European our .men during .'ifto' "
,; these'cars-reports to: the contrary last few years and' the 'influence upon their lives -by our American .. 'SHINGLES WOOL ,. J .. ,

notwithstanding. women--these are the three reasons wliy we are ,NO LONQElT. ., ORANGE BOXES, AND \ ':,
SNEERED AT, regarded boorish and disparaged by foreigners. ;
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o . ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL 4
Today Americans, whether at home or abroad, axe MORE -""
HIGHLY RESPECTED '

PIJE OF ANY OTHER NATION ON EARTH.' .CRATE NAILS '. . '

The status of Americana abroad has entirely changed, and it is .
,
our reputation as fighters, the power of our money-not in VULGAR r.: We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds., -

.r DREW CO. display, but in its EMPLOYMENT GREAT AFFAIRSand parties.We give 6Fcial. attention. .to fitting out hunting! and camping. r;

: our women to which we can look for the change: Perhapsthe .t Free delivery in city limits." Phone,NoflS.: : a'

'i ... manner in:! which our women have entered into the social e of IL.we are county !agents for aood fertilizers. Askl. us. for circular,,.,*
Europe has had as much to do with the situation as anything else. and prices on fertilizers. _,

Europeans have YIELDED ENTIRELY TO TIlE CHARM OF .

1 Stationery Book and Art Store .OUR WOMEN in society and have been willing to admit that they 1Og01. p10g0f0Id>al0>alOllp>IOIOIOfdldl0>IOao>>aOi; >o>tot f1C.
A CARSON
/ -wtell, that they most favorably with tlie women of Europe. J. A. CHAM FORD. 8.LJLOTFJER.
compare P.IdN. .
4 VlM.Pmldnt ? .........'
45-49 W. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. us'IN
EUROPEANS HAVE FOUND FAULT WITH THE PAST

BECAUSE THEY THOUGHT WE WERE BARBARIANS-BECAUSE WE ?\I

TALKED AND LAUGHED TOO LOUD. THEY THOUGHT US TOO KISSIMMEE :
1t LUMBER CO.
BOISTEROUS. WE ARE STILL A TRIFLE BOISTEROUS WE STILL ;\-

t THE Everything. For the Ste Stenographer I TALK A TRIFLE TOO LOUD, AND WE LAUGH TOO LOUD. THAT'S
BECAUSE WE ARE A HAPPY PEOPLE AND DONT CARE. WE .
LARGEST and Office Worker.Tell : HAVE A SPIRIT QF DONT CARE IN OUR MAKEUP. I .

AND !! Still, we have toned down a great deal. Our travelers can no I P ttgh and Dressed
us what you need in Special Ruled Blank
'1 Books. We.have them in Stock or Make Them ,, longer be found fault with on that'score. And since Americans:' arc -* rlr

:., MOST to Order. respected everywhere' by every one OUR TRAVELERS .ARE Pine Ltfmber. .

---t: COMPLETE Office-Furniture, Typewriters WELCOMED EVERYWHERE AND BY' EVERY ONE

THROUGHOUT EUROPE.And .
,1 STOCK Business and Fancy Stationery. Artists' Sup'
within a few months Americans are going to be even more
I plies Toys. Sporting Goods Printing BINDING HOUSE BILLS
A.SPECIALTY. .
IN LITHOGRAPHING. WE Save YOU time respected and popular than they are at present. Europe is going to .- .
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.l THE and Money. see Theodore Roosevelt, our greatest citizen and the highest productof aalalala sasalasasalorlalasasasasald- talplalot. ' iogot

1 I our civilization. I predict that his reception in Berlin, Paris and !
SOUTH Established Over Half a Century /
London will be the GREATEST TRIUMPHAL WELCOME /
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'1\, EVER ACCORDED TO ANY ONE: IN THE HISTORY OF LOW EXCURSION RATES .

THE WORLD. '

.::1 tShoes ROOSEVELT WILL SHOW EUROPEANS JUST HOW GREAT WARE i -TOTAMPA- ...
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AND WHAT OUR CIVILIZATION STANDS FOR. ,

I" '..{ \ '__/ I In Berlin ho will" address( various bodies and deliver lectures in -

i fore ' German. In :Paris he will speak in. French. He will show Europe 13

1't that culture is not lacking in America. In short, he will DO MORE

't I TO MAKE EUROPE APPRECIATE US than any one. man who Panama Canal CelebrationTiiceets

. Dress i has ever lived. ,I .
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.\ on sale February 16, 16, 17; 18,,21, 22, '23, 24, ;;
'I Our Educational System with final limit February 27th. ' r'
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; Wear17E Overlooks: the Wage Earner. , -VIA- ", '. .a.M "I.'Ii1'.MPil.: : ;; ) ,.' ."' '
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::1' By Dr.JAMES C MONA.CHAN feercUrr of tb. International. ..o.l.tr far. ', ', "' i br4YlY/ "" ,, 'rAi., . P x
A 1i stjifte\
f. r the Promotion- oIlD.uatrla1l14ucatloJl.- Atlantic: :
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1 ANY. universities are" putting the black> hand on "our.schools__ h, ., .. .

-' \ HAVE a,number.0I111Wt dress models inV ]M I restricting and confining courses of study, sending out of I lOr.\

V Regal Shoe They're bound to win tboappcoral their "extension course"- and demanding that the schools "- ..

of the bakIre.ed men in town. serve as feeders for the colleges; when ONLY ONE For;aDY information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent \'I '"
And the fat of ACM Regal dress models it jut, .. OUT OF ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY EVER GOES TO or o'r
,'. ,. Deal a* their 'appearance.: Y. R. BEASLEY J. Q; KIRKLAND .. : ;'.
'( COLLEGE AND ONE IN THIRTY-FIVE EVER GETS TO T4P. A. Tampa. Fla. 4' DO' P. A. n

REGAL SHOES THE( HIGH SCHOOL .

:: IT IS A SYSTEM UPSIDE' DOWN, A PYRAMID ON '''''APax., : '

A t are always built after the Utett..exctuHre. a>Kom Education is not what President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia IltU! GBHYSTONE U1OEJJQJI1llJES.$$ ;J : .*

styles-and always litkke medeto meauire shoes- .. says it is, "an entering into 'oiftr inheritance.'' ".Th '.aocumulation -.- --iii | 1> "D V-"
- becauM made ia :
they alu&
are quatit
f''j of all learning, admirable as it may be,is.only ggrOWIEDOE, ANTHONY .At ;LOLLPiroprletor.. '
: Your dross shoes should U ab.q feJy cornet .. ,..<: r .-, kAQfsNT _
of no greater service than a FINE LIBRARY WHICH; NEVERIS -
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t ;: .. l6Mn Why you need Regak.C. 1"0" +

'('; $350' .AOO $ OO Abraham OPENED.Lincoln did not know most of the things that are taught F lrbattks-M.orse"'U'as"Ebidues': t

'*:( 1' ,_ :nd 0 .,S now, but be LEARNED TO READ THINGS AND COMPARE: and Irrigating ;,Outfits:;, ,. " '

s THEM' WITH'LIFEand. ',, education is )but; FITTING ONE FOR: \ ':'' :. '.. ': v .
W. ]DANN -:* : :
J LTFE-and for death. AUTOMOBILES : ;
RENTED
r6krdi OR,; ,REPAIRED
;' a , OF \
OUR BOYS AND GIRLS ARE'TAUGHT, TO BE ASHAMED ; Ik,
1, I WORK., THE, BOY WHO 'GRADUATES FROM SCHOOL, .WITH ,Ills ARTESIAN, }YEttS DRIVEN ANY' DE J
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'f CONCEITED IDEASHIS ABSOLUTE FITNESSTO BRING RESULTS. i

,; i HIS DISRESPECT FOR HIS PARENTS AND ALL AUTHORITY, '
TO THE; WEST AND NORTHWEST BYDixie PREFERS TO' GET A "SALARY"' OF ,115 RATHER"THAN 'TO WORK We '
J Solicit all Kinds Repair<=
: FOR 'WAGES OF {a. HE WONT ,FLING OFF HIS COAT AND ,,WORK' Work'E.
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. AS HIS SUCCESSFUL FATHER .DID.: I. .- ,
alljSouth Atlantic Limited
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'" Ar.Atlanta. of Oav 6.60 a. m. Ar.Atlanta,C.of Ga .. . ... 686 .. m. ,
,'. ......Chatta_ W. *A... ....... ':II ttl ...... Ar.Knorrilla,...A N.. .... ...... .1AI ....... women are GETTING THE MOST'OF THE EDU- : ST. CLOUD FLORIDA '
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'i" Ar.Tern Haute Eo. T.H. .. I4.M/ )a.mAr.RlchmoiHl. Pjf.a. 11,41 PURSUITS, the women. only
:a "vAr Chk .o,C.A K. 1. 0.41a.m. Ar. Chloan P.a.R.. 7.10.p.m..m. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Shoes Gents
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Solid train Jacksonville\ Mid Chicago; Pullman 1 !Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, ALL THE" PROPERTY, AND!. WHEN A MAN t
(tachea at Lowest
ware Prices.... Confections
t ,A and Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping! Cars Jacksonville and St Louis; WISHES 60 CENTS WITH WHICH TO BUY A : ;
"; Dining Can Atlanta and Evansville. and 1 Tobacco. Oils and (Gasoline "CJPrs":1tOt ,
PRESENT HE IS LIKELY TO BE ASKED BY HIS .o
1f Solid train Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman Sleeping Cars: ,-Coaches and .
} .Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars to Chicago and Indianapolis. WIFE WHAT HB DID' WITH' THE" LAST BO CENTS s Saves/ you money -on everything ,you want."" See 'Ir"O..f'; ,,
3 SHE GAVE HIM. \ !goods before buying elsewhere. *." '": 'A I .

he'' For reservation or other Information communicate with your Ticket, Agent' I don't know why women should not vote I I ,o Money saved is money made. Don't throw it awaY! ,X :,;.\

:' or J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent A. C. L. R. 1t.. Tampa,"Florida. am tired listening to tLosofalse statements abon. Agents for the Famous Phe.nix Safe. It. is strictly Fireproof '.' o io,!, .
X Special price. '"t
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his S.li o-dt1. "We are having too.much trouble over-that Uteinfrai -, I 8tQtooooooooO :-"y ; J 'f:. ',

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_ ', ,: -Ie '. tesimrocc I VaHey t tezettc eight with\ bread hundred and pounds: I-and"of beef and coffee pork in.I MONEY ,-'fXPfND.fD' -i-- UNcLEANSCHOou opsSThey ;- .."'!!". ."..............,......' .H'-=Ii"> .

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proportion. It waa estimated that -- '
I'UBLlaJmD nT ftiZDAT..
thei
Constant Menace t
.' Office' In Valley Gazette Building. nearly three thousand partook of the For Water Works Will Return in the ,, -Are LJvea a ef Children.No WS. 1 YEA'f:
feast. The afternoon devoted tx* '

: ctM1YHrr.OBCKOtA OOONTl'.1'LA.. baseball and other aporta'and was music by ,. Shape of Plum Pudding'he the right parent to,compel school children,board or to law go to has a I AL .

l the drumcorps and the first celebration following very Interesting; letter school that give them diseases tb\t '
'v. jkr.B. .Estate Mon of .Kissimmee
r Editor aad
HARRIS Real
The .
"
Prpp'r. .
of St. Cloud went down in history.. anent the water works agItation' now may permanently; undermine their
i ,$&>"' >S.' J. TR1PLBTT, A% ocl.t. Editor.. going on in our city will be read with health or manufacture physical; de- + -, x

. . *SL Poud' Happenings:. f muchJntere.t by--O'U'; peopleputs 1.fecu. tar Important did one school' M ------------. HAS '
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: SUBSCRIPTION RATES! the question up to' Kisslmmee tupay- principal/consider/ protection from contagious : .. "

;,, .1' .0-....,.._ _.......... .,,.. ............11/10/ A private census having been takenof ers in IU true diseases that be had a culture I n\
.0.._,..... _U..H.\.. ."..., Co this town. reports the 'population to light: taken of every child's throat before It Five. Acr& ,Tracts and r
-- Bridgeport,'Conn. Feb. I : ? : : f
., be about'I,700 at present, and newcomers ; ,9. 1910. came to school. Those IA-, whose
far Editor I *
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An -JBUBOBioatfcm. pt from wtbe. Valley Gazette '
"r.h' *xe
lra < \\'fi 1* tod nutter will'Dot b. ntunMd solar. every week. (lTbere (1 may that in writing this I will tuberculosis, etc.:..were .excluded JiCt :
\ be accused '
of "butting in,, or minding because alck, but because <
\ .-.- Is probably more real activity they were
:. l'' ; '.,' : .\ flIj IlID w.t the Pb.bollla l. [Irlmm.; ;.r.... In the building line in St. Cloud than in what i I. none'of my business, but having they; were able to Infect other chil- on'eJther side Q: the_ city;( and thousands' : :"; '
, ........ ... .
." !1- mall ButterTfriday become somewhat interested in watching dren. prevented aa epidemic In .
.. any city or town in the S ate of Florida.One This + of acresof ?: --.
the yfov.. "pmeaiand-growth that, school-..for.-the-,first..time .In' Its S -
'., Feb. i6rl&tO.. -eannot .stand en : any:! corner and Kissimmee, and other cities in Florida., hl tol7' Mothers, If :you find that '

look in any direction Jjut he .see's'fromone I feel injijelled to say A word in favor proper precaution are not taken to t Truck Fruit Farm and Pasture [Lan'dSintJeountyr/ :
to a dozen houses either Just com- of protect-your-cbikVren. -from-contagiousdiseases' ,,-- ,-
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your proposition !
-2- pleted""or" in process of" iwnetnlction. buildyourownwatdr and physical defects keep .
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works.
GRAND CELEBRATION[[[ Frfr the moat part, they are substantial M .them out of schooL Arouse other 'I
have
f t houses, ones in which the owner takesa seen Bridgeport grow from a mothers to do likewise and to interestor OFFICE IN PARK HOTEL, KISSIMMEE'FLO1DA .

I";,' t personal pride, and it is a noteworthyfact good sized vinage to be a City of more coerce ;your health board, school\ I 1
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.r \.<'''I' Thousands Attend the Barbecue at t that-as soon as the houses are workin completed terworks than 100,000, which inhabitants.have grown And our In proportion wa- board an, physicians examining:; and physician council, a to school provide :......................... ;'1

., tire owners at) once eet to
St. Cloud and Enjoy the- Hospitality are owned and operated nurse and a sanitary echoolbouae.-Dellneator -
by.a '
\ helping to beautify the surrounding private ; y.. !i.j.j.. j*.:ji.:&.j<..jv.Ji..vi..wv.. 6cfltl4a. .- .jy.-j*. j>. jL pj o/1:;
t of the Old Soldiers out ornamentaltrees corporation. w '
grounds by setting
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., 1 and shrubs. This tends to- make Thirty-five: ( years ago there was an Help For Their Old Homj Town. j IDEAL FERTILIZERS! : 1

St. Cloud made iu first; bow to the the town peasant! place and in a few agitation tacquire the property the There are several groups of country

1 t i public Saturday, February 12th: with a weeks, when the flowers begin to city, and at that time it would not have I born big business men In New York "

.. barbecue and pole raising to commemorate bloom, these yards will be as a gardenof I cost a very large amount, but the pro- who have formed 'country clubs to BEST AND CHEAPEST
Uect
..w .._ the birth of Abraham Lincoln the beauty. fell through, and so the large1 rev- meet once a year. talk over old times l' ,
.
1 TLI man called of God, the friend of. the Work is being rushed on the new"S't. enue that might be flowing into th,6 In the towns''',and villages they; came

North and South Alike. The weatherman Cloud hotel and it certainly is. going to city treasury to keep down the .tax from and the* good or betterment of Or.-j
5 W. & 1''s SPECUL MIXTURE NO. l.-For Spring
on'
rate, the old home place. Among these are application
is
now into the
going ,
,! ,- was in aympathy with the event be a'fine structure. It is understood few Individuals. pockets of a men like lion. Beth Low, James O. '"! ange Trees, and for first application on Watermelons, Vegetables, etc. "?
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and the dawned bright and cloudless Nbihing produces more vigorous growth and it .
: day that work will be started soon oa.anejv Cannon and Commodore Wadhama. At fairly GLUES the :young ..
those blue TTPacquire the property at the pres- S fruit to the citrus trees. ""III ,,,7
with of glorious
j one school house, which will be a four room an annual dinner Mr. Cannon made ..
i skies known only to Florida and Italy.: building of brick and situated as- near ent time, the city would be oblige to the suggestion that they could do 'i 5 SEMINOLE TREK GROWER.-The one strictly chetnical orange tree 1' ;{

//f The exercise began at an early hour'in the center of town. possible. bond itself for more than a million dol nothing better than to get back of a 4 growing formula'on the market. A happy combination of our W. 4 .,

; ? I II the morning with the St. Cloud Druir- Newcomers continue to arrive every lars.The Young Men's Christian associationwork > & T.'S Special Mixture No. 1 anttah fruit.and vine formulas. j :'.

G. A. R. Post marching to motto of most of toe I large cor- In his county (Greene), and It
:, i and train
corp. and everyone seems glad to get < PERUVIAN ORANGE TREE GRO/ ER. -The highest grade rrnula < If
l.a the up station on tfce..arrival of the first away from the cold and ice of the porations is "Soc et tuem." You will was done. Mr. Cannon told Mr. Low made wjth Peruvian Guano ua all. exclusive base.
i-+ train. Alter'the incoming of the beef North. genome idea of what the water com about It and now his county (West- f
pany is doing to Chester) has come Into line, with a 4 RAW GROUND BONE.-A very I Idrge supply just received. *
the distinguished Bridgeport by perusing 4
ond train at 11:30 bearing -
i The new bank building is nearing! secretary on the field, whose headquarters -
f the Bridgeport Telegram, which I mail f IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An '.
guests, a street parade wasp completion and will be ready for occu- will be at White Plains attractive souvenir 4
with this letter. showing the results gained by industry and '
,, IDEAL METHODS. .
given, which was a very imposing pancy in a short time. Commodore Wadbama heard ef It and

,1 sight. The procession was led by A great' many of the citizens, who It may seem to some of your people asked what It would cost. He was J WATERS & CAKS03( GROCERY "I

mounted Floridian., followed by the came here expecting to remain only like "casting bread upon the waters," told $2. !00. "00 ahead; It !. done. I CO.. i
.
St. Cloud Drumcorps, the speakers of I during the winter month, have decided to expend so much money on water will look after the money; for my or address

I the day in carriages, "Uncle Sam" and to stay all summer and see how they works, but it will surely "return after county." Here laan, Idea for every big

"Columbia," (Irepresented by Master will enjoy the hot weather. They have many days," and not only that, it will' city where, tbe country boys have i Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co; Jacksonville.
to be tbe leaders. The
grown up city's
probably be transformed into nice
Harris Johnson and Marguerite Chase, plum .
been told that the summers are delightful l _
good work that was begun last year .w'Vr Q'nV nO" 4' F sr t7nVn4S'Ye ir'vfwiiF n4t
and fruit
pudding cake.
I mounted on gaily caparisoned horses, which they will find to-be true. I at county fairs Id supplanting horse .
= :';' '. ( -- led the school cHlldren and their"teacH- Kev. Mr. Wescott of New Jersey, J. Foster Moore. racing and gambling by the Introduction - --- --- -

#( ers in beautifully trimmed wagons. occupied the pulpit at the tent meetingall ; For Sale. of clean athletics and control of

.f',,: Another wagon, decorated with flags day last Sunday. In the morning he the sports by the county aaHoclatlons Private

f' bore thirteen young ladies dressed in delivered an able and interesting address Orchard and farm, wjth 350 bearing baa been kept up In the country east Boarding House
orange trees grapefruits, and west with results.
the national colors representing the on the "Life of Lincoln," which ; tangerines, Increasing

1 thirteen original states. They were was greatly enjoyed by all his congre- satsumas. naval oranges, pear trees,
olives, mulberries and nice shade trees Unique Snowplow For Sidewalks.
followed the Modem Woodmen actIng
by gation. -Kev. Mr. Snyder of Kissim- This Can be made with a few alterations to
is Instance
l .. ".y- ; u escorts to the G. A. R. Post, 150 mee. will preach next Sunday morningand around 5-room house; good water; 50 one where a lawnmower
an Instrument which Is .
C strong Citizen. in carriages and automobiles evening.The acres; 7 acres in cultivation; 43 acres factor In making the rural town a big attractive fourteen rooms. Location just right .

brought up the rear. The new freight depot has been com- good timber; situated on the rock road can be made very serviceable Plenty: of fruit. Artesian wa."ter. Wind
one mile from city limits, on maip road -
procession marched from the station to pleted and is now occupied in part fora during the winter. Any Industrious

the platform on Florida avenue, and the.) passenger and express station. It is to St. Cloud. Price$4<000; liberal terms. person keep the sidewalk in front of mill. Four lots. '
r .11 N for the. with Arthur EX D';tnegan, Kissimmee, Fla.: his borne clean I
of
.. program day was opened a handsome building, 50 feet square .. _. snow and makes For sale but not for _
-- rent.
7 music by the St. Cloud l umcorp.. and built most conveniently for freight travel easy for the mall carrier by Satisfactoryterms '(

' One of the most impressive feature. of purposes It is Understood that a new For Exchange.' simply turning bIB mower Into a first to right party. t I
class anowplow. Take the handle and
the program .was the raising of the flagpole passenger depot will soon be built, Beat located 8-room house in Kissimmee -

It and the unfurling of Old Glory to. which will be a credit to the town and with 90x150 feet of ground to trade tech braces them from to the!branch lawn mower and at-. Kissimmee needs more, boarding housesto
a one inch thick,
the breetes. and the presenting .of a also a great accommodation. for land. Will give time on difference twelve Inches wide and eighteen take care of her rapidly increasina- -

;a/, beautiful flag the gift of John McEI- Among the recent arrivals' are: H. or pay difference on a fair and equitable Inches long. Then take two stripe of

.'" 1\ roy by Miss Edith Wescott, representing H. Ames, Blaine, Wash; ; Geo.-Eo Bab- basis. Property will rent to pay wood 1 by: 2 and ten Inches long-and population. . '

I Florida. Mist Vera Cox, a tiny cock, Twiap, Wash.; Wilson Congerand big intrest on price1 of property. nee them as battens over the handle

r little tot, representing St. Cloud handed : wife, Oswego Kan.; John Dunlap, NELSON REALTY Co. ....ee Then fasten with' screws and Choice Cottage location, near Mr. H. M. ,

u t, the flag to Miss Wescott, who In Arlington Vt.; J. M. Ellis and wife, you complete the plow. A piece of tin .
turn presented It to the soldiers of the For Sale. tacked over the face of the board Pfann's 10r '$225.00.. .
Lick. Ind.; D. R. Gooch, Bellflower ,;d. /
North and South in a graceful little III. W. L.Jeffries and ,wife Stevens-; wm'...."tIy..s.t; the snow In sliding I :... ., .li I'i'j.r.'! .. j ,,.:..,!.j,! :x. fii'iiK'I'<;<;" .. /. .. .
; Excellent muck lands in I 6>> and 10 acre from the '
.__ speech' which was in part as 'follows: Mlch. Chas. Kettle Fall. plow. ,, P'riY ''Prair '
!y 'i ville ; Little tracts in Park Gardens Flowing wells Land in 5-acretracts near town.;
>; ". "lien. composing the great armlesS Wash. Daniel Noise, Randolph Me., 1'\ .,' '.
; guaranteed, on every tract. : ": $ ; i- < $! ,
For Sate. pV
: 1 American soldiers from the East ; ; ; )
S .,. W. H. Merry weather, Chulton Fla; 6-tf .NELSON REALTY Co.
from tie West, from the North and M. H. Ochsner Syracuse N. Y.; Several excellent building sites on .
'. Plane and specifications for the St. ,
from the Sooth I extend to you 'my Proctor Sanford, Waterbury, Ct., Lucius ; Cloud school house -are. on file with easy terms. Let us show you.

heart sod hand and bid you welcome.It Sanford, Hadlev, Mich.; B. F. Chairman B.... Contractors desiring NELSON REXLTY Co. u. M. \AIIL.OIXI.REAL uR. .

te .Is my prayer that you and your children Thompson Edwardsburg, Mich.; H. N. to bid oa same will call on Mr. Bass ESTATE AND INSURANCE' : '

I and your, children's children maylive Wilson Sidney, Ohio; Joshua York All bids to be sealed and In by Feb. 26V For Safe KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.
W. C. BASS AND W. C. SEAKS,.
and love and ;
... in peace prosperity.under Erie IPa.: Edward Folger Katakill.P. H Committee.Old Fine rich deep muck land in 10 acre -
. the'protection of the flag that Y. 9
tracts and put down a good flowing
;Abraham/Lincoln ,loved so welL To papers be bought in any quantityat '
r't .yonnyaona I;"entrust this Jewel; and For Sale. this i office for 20c per 100. 'The very well at $100 per acre. No better land Why Pay Sixty or One
thing to put under matting or carpet. < in Florida. NELSON: REALTT Co. ,
f to It If need b* the fall measure of
give .
,24 acres good Iud 10 in cultivation
*'Ri' ,,jrour devotion. ,he did, who bore the and-U in timber, within 200 yards' of 4 J
Lam..we now honor,Abraham Lincoln." Hundred; When You Can.
'! I saw milL Depot and peeving house,on .. -
f 'Th of the
'presenting broughtfourth
'i : flag )
land 81 miles.from Klssimmee; about ,
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-,", a.hearty applause, as only the TOPPAN Mass 1-
is WARREN
r",. 8J acre splendid bearing grove, food Lynn, the
tight'Old Glory can from'American I Buy Best
quality fruits;; 'Iroom'cottaee; nice for :: ,
: The school children "The Cured of r
people, sang ornamental trees; beautiful shade some severe compound

r ,.. Star Spangled Banner," and the. young bearing pecans., A little paradise.. f cold and cough byYitfbt f S :
the formed
ladles representing states
Beautiful home, near school and church. Sevsn Fifty .
h 5' 5 a pyramid.of flags over: .their :'heads ,
Owned by a nonresident, who will 8ac'fllicet I "
,, '>1 f' :and gave a beautiful flag drill. Robert .
, ;
at 13,260.. Terms,..on half. or 'S
f -Andenon; Blaster of Ceremonies, introduced mon. 7-tf Nan sot .RBALTY Co. | 176O acres adjoining and nearKissimmee on I,
1 CoL 'A,,:H.. Kinney, who gave Prom Dee.. :2O. 'os.;; to March 1:O9. .

t w ._.,the address of".lcome;', Invocation by Foe Sale.Ineamerelldena . 'b, 5 II bad three b4 cold,ooe oa top-of the good roads- in the flowing well district. Titles

Rev.. W noott..i Battle *of* the \otfcer.. I got M weak 1 could hardly '
Hymn perfect at SEVEN FIFTY
8 '
property netting CetairoenkL Nothing.aeemed to help per acre. '
n aung''by.' .
the school chil-
,1 Republto was per cent on investment $6,500, located I me) HttUI I beta* to tab YlsMt. The wild land
}idren and Relief Corpswith.Miss Dale In'center of the fast growing city of ; chance was made. Throe bottle cotes Why buy whe.lfyou'con by .the best ,,

;aa piano accompanist and Mr.. ''Edward St Joseph Mo., 190,000 population. A 11 pleteljr fixed that compound cold ands improvedfarm in Osceola. county for less money ? l'
what
: Deprin sll s'. eornetist. The:'principal Might trade for improved Or raw Florida ;. stoppedthatentbld................ moat* coin-sod I timettctuwdneof 16O acres with stock, tools. poultry all /
. : of Or Av' goes.
Senator
'--ry-___.,- .. "speaker the: day-was* land. Address H. L. Chesney, care a severe stomach trosibto
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:,i;. / Carson; of Kissimmee,. ands' address Byrne A Hammer D. G. Co., Omaha,' that bas bothered" me, lor 20 yean.VlswItecMtsJnly .. Terms: liberal, I,
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*wonderful jnwllclite.,
He welcomed
of
a oratory
was gem Nebraska.:
7-2tpd
:the new colony to Florida and said If :Mr.Toppan one of Lynn's most prominent and highly respected:. W. L. VAN bUZOR.

;!' ;",. the mer\of the'North could teach the For! Sale. merchants: wbose word is as good as his bond. .

people of the <,South' to make wooden acre The reason JVlnol is so successful.jnyuch.cases.: Is,because it' :, (

._._ ',-nutmegs,'and convince the. public they ..600 farm, excellent location, over: "contains the two'mogt world-famed tonics-the medicinal atrengtb- .
,. 2OO//aerea of.deep, ricA prairie-muck, .'
were as" the people of the
4 Southland ju"would good be; glad to learn. He ready for the plow. Some hummock eDiDCo bodY- lI d Dg elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic.;hon. a W, ml

y paid ,e'b.WUful. tribute to Abraham fair'orange culture; some high pine land. Your Money Back U Vow Ar Not *..... *.

>1( Lincoln In which he said he was a friend tearly one mile of beautiful beach on ROBERSON'S PHARMACY, Kissimmee
p This Is investment
a high-class ,
to the North and South alike and. had
and the SELL. It will
be lived, the South would have been owner says pay S ,
1'1'r )
to investigate this.7U .
!spared you
i many a heartache and anxiety f"
NELSON REALTY Co.
'
j they 'were made to.suffer. He spoke '-.- t I,
touching words to both the soldiers of Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE '
The of
FcrSale. above Illustration from pb the Plant Ji11lJif.
Industry
+ the North' and South. Following this Iu=. U. 8. Department of Agriculture Waihlai .JUelocatecUD tJ1e ... -

wary_eloquent. Jaddress,__ ..JV ich. _was 480. acres: _splendid.land-considerable -- --- - CHRISTIAN CHURCH' heart of the cltr and to covered with PARO1O odPINU. The Goftmm

a .5 'heartily applauded) the Drumeorpnplayfed good saw timber one-half mile from j eta assess PAROID for sables, barracb/wuc&ouea. ,etc. It uses PAR ,
.'Dixie." Lincoln's Gettysburg railway station 8 miles from Klssimmee Under New Management, With Enorcugh Experience- U-to-Date becanM It find nothing. economical.:: >tU r\

.add.waa'' given by Columbus Penn. ,on hard road. This is an excellent Blacksmith Wheelwright and Horseshoer. PAROID Ie the Ideal roofing for barns, .table., aliefta, poultry bonaea, I
I warehouses, ontboildinga etc. BqnsJlyvalnabtefor roofing: o* aldLig. Itla
r Solo; 'l4att')' Bra.-Bo'a Must Fall," location, good soil and a fine investment Is to Ur la and
permanent, easy spark dDdcipI'O!)', slate color.: ,contains no .
fL by i Mrs.- Dr. flyer. Original poem I Will take yon to the owner and AlloKinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeinga tar,does not crack, and doe not run eummer.,. .'

8? Our Flag,'-' by Capt. .Tourpee. Duet you can deal dlree: !t. ..Come and see us, : Specialty. VniatlaKoodforthoOovernxneiitwlUbaeanallTBXiodfarv"!! '.
Call; for free sample' of PAROID and $.t H ... Boofc et
fie Y. )lr. and'Mr.Robinson]; "AN alna- we will treat you right. We have any to-dato'IValtr/ Farm Building flaaa foofast w : npT -

tion j Lincoln.-,, ,"- The program closed kind of" an Investment yon wish to seeure. ALL WORK. GUARANTEED TO SATISFY. asking.

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Ttie Klsslipee I Yalieu Gazette "O d'pap.ra forsal.-attkie; -. J. C. 'Davis attended the meeting r '
: ,;20 cents l including the in
: bundred. Florida Board of Examiners of IS SOUL WINNER aeroplane which Glenn -

TELEPHONt NO. 1t. I II For Sale-Three good mules and held at Ocala, Jan. 28th -, Curtis, the American aviator made hiswonderful i f tT,
good hones I in receipt of a letter from the flight In France arS on the Mhodiot GTlltCii
,
4-tt. J, w.
I EVERY FRIDAY ,, informing him that hs passed the J. C Masse, Pulpit Orator, .to Hold grounds* Another:great feature i Is themaneuvers ,
I
PUBLISHED Wanted-To elxteenlien The Doctor's friend
bur many
: '
1 -BTl' roosters., A. S. Nelson him on his,success.; Series of Meetings in Kissimmee.J of th. Cavalry, Infantry and AND i
I Artillery. companies of the United NOTICES N".9R AT101 ;
r.
W. Ii MARls_. The J. N. Burdin'of Dixon c. .M...., D. D: ,. of"the .
Elks Minstrel\ to be given Mo. ar- I pastor I States Army, which .occur. on the cele .. ; t.. .
'" --
18th will be in the city last week on a tour of First Baptist .
:- a laugh from church Chattanooga,
:; ; I i bration'groundi' eacV.afternoon and The Meeting at the church conducted
Tend --- ana expressed himself\ ,' In ,
with representative of Tenn.'wilJ arrive) in the cltyto conduct: evening.' Thousand 'are also visiting by Miss Emma Tucker: are now in sw J
Use Wank' Chill the series of meeting at the Frat Bap- ion and will continue through Sunday. "
Tonic' as highiy. pleased with the the American lulidh. Cuban and ,'
Weather
Report teed. Price 25 cent. Sold' and would more than probably tist church here about March 1st. .....:-- uther war vessel, in* Tampa and Hills- The .e"lcet'have been well attended .
druggists.: m1y his permanent home in this! 'vi Dr. Masse stands in the forefront. of and much interest manif sted. As there
1 .. boro bay .wliicb ar'- the. first ,
big war are only a Yew more days, special services
the ministers
Following are the dally temperature ;1280 acres timber land, well of his denomination. vessel* to visit Tampa. '' have been planned lor the remainder ;

I and precipitation as and cheap Pretty little colony are pleased to announce that Mr He is known. 'as" a. "cyclone set to The most hetable of" the second of the week and Saturday;!(afternoonat t
sition.' ,,, NELSON REALTY Harris, editor'and owner ot the music.". .' even 3 o'clock a service will be held especial -
.IJ reported ,by Govemment" Gazette, who has been ill for the weele will be the Washington Birthday \ )j for the school! children.. '
station at Kissimmee ,for the For Rent-A: Bowl farm 12 two week with is H* stands six feet two and a half Parade-February. 22ndv,the. line <-of ,-

week'ending Feb. 17,'1910. cultivation. 9 1-2. miles by clay improved and will againasbe at Inches and of commanding presence J which will be about five ';" 11.. In length Sunday afternoonthere will be

r '- 6-tf nom-Kissimmee.Appy-to-. .!HENRY'- i' In this office within the next. ""Few-men ln-America have a greater containing, ,many beautiful float and meeting for boys and girls. While amass ,ti

*AL HIM. sus week.arise., unless unfoneen__ eomplica-_ knowledge of the scriptures "N ,''I thousands. elf_ .1I91sl&! z... secret-order theseryjcifOrthe young people,old t

__- Friday. -L: ..*.... 70-68. .S3': When you.hear-that.-chorus-- .. a DrrMassrfi absoluteTv reTfromrifirV' members labo> union members an er. enon. are invited to attend. ?, i
. Elks Minstrel on Feb.. 18th, you A. S. Role and family left on time His. .
Saturday. . 65 60 methods. style is smooth, elevated I others. .. .
Sunday,: . . . --67 38 . that board.Bill has got them backed\ City, Mich.for their Mr. former Rose, In home corinect-at dignified'earnest, never' low or Governor Gllchrlst, In his recently i.. The regulaft services will be heldun. ,I ". M ;j

. . 64 83 . vulgar. Back of the beautiful sentences .. day morning and evening. Jo.
Monday his brother, purchased the. .ued..Poclam.tion. urged all Floridiansto
B. ......... '.:
Tuesday. . ... 73 37 .' .- P. O. Elks-That's BILL, Hotel last summer, and together uttered you feel the throbbing brain and attend, and those who have done so .

Wednesday. . 72 ,62 -" ... will awkward be here squad on-that Feb.alone 18th Is. successfully, when Mr. Rose conducted sold his it until interest last pulsing heart of a'man drawing you Intoa fiave; been made to appreciate his Invi- every The evening girls' meetings.for a half which hour are before,h 1I'j.

Thursday .' . 78 62. price of admission. brother. close sympathy with him. He doe, tation. The people of 'Tampa; accordIng service are increasing attendance ?

not speak to please, but to move,.'and to reports,. are working unitedly to the parlors of the parsonage belngftUi, .'
For Cyphers Incubators, and Mrsr'S.: ; W. Walker left for 16 each
plies and Arthur O.. Dustin home in Caldwell, Kan., on Satur tq help. He is a very Apollo in appearance give visitors the "time of their lives.' overflowing evening
White Wyandotte see as well as an Apollo In'eloqueneeI : -
eggs last after most pleasant visit of
--"""""' ;Takach. Eggs S.OO per hundred. weeks, with a Mrs. Walker's; sister, ); r. Masse was pastor of the church Mascot. of Florida, Miss Tucker met.with the W.- H.'M?, k

i i Sarah Pratt. Mr..and Mrs. Wale, here about fourteen Since Wednesday afternoon at their,business
For Sale or Exchange-New :3: with town years ago. The Coat of Arms, Jacksonville's meeting and gave an interesting andinstructive
,
: LOCAL highly pleased our leaving Kissimmee .
THE he has
I II fIUD.1 cottage'and 8 Iota In West it Is more than probable they will developed splendid society paper'has the follow { talk on the mission school'
Will give extra good bargain wonderfully. a pulpit orator and evan supported by this society. +
,
i next winter here. ing to say of The Seminoles of Florida: .,.> .
posed of at once W. S. Alyea, gelist. For several years he was pastor ,,'
- -- ------ ----------........ Hotel. ; and Mrs.Jas. E. Davis of Sharon, of the First Klssimmne snauld be very 'proud to A Request
-v* -- - - Baptist Church of Raleigh, -T>
; furnish the literary world with the first
in their
., who' are wintering! i
Wad. the tuner, Orlando.Dwel'ings Help Wanted: A middle-aged in the lower lakes and Kis- N. C.:, where he preached to the largest Florida book of 1910, In "The Seminoles Purchasers at the Klssimmee DrugStore

or girl 10 to 12 wanting a home river, are reported to be at congregation in the state. He has been of Florida." who are given votes for which
far ie it, apply to M. Tiller well to write me for particulars. Bluffabout one hundred miles pastor of the First Baptist Church ofChattanooga i
.A. S. Lenington, Pine Castle, The name Seminole is almost the mass they have no use, ar. invited to vote
this '
,t from this city, and working Tenn., where he is developing -
Oct.'22-tf. / They are expected to reach Kis' cot of the year, since land companies, for the American Woman's Leagued; '
In 25c all linen suitings.
field
of
New patterns a large service and
8.tf C. Vfr Dann. Forty-four-acre tract of land : about the first of April. causing railroads, hotels, clubs,. etc., have. Finding that inconvenient, they are ;

t miles from Kissimmee, one-half T. L. Hudson and wife of Lin- !and a wonderful growth In the church chosen the historic name for their dif asked to leave them with Mrs. Dann at y I
Stanford congregation?
Checked apron glnlrham'at from railway and packing house. 111., took dinner Friday last at ferent organizations, and )sirs WillsonIs Dann's store, or at the office of Mr. J.
J Go's for 5c per yard. acres fine bearing grove. 6 acres J. M. Gardner's boarding bouse Dr. Masse has recently held a series most fortunate in having the book M. Willson, Jr. .

Men our spring REGALS are in. Let ready to set to trees, balance Mr. W. P. Wakeman, wife and of meetings in Spokane Wash., where come odt just at this time. It II hoped that the new Chapter
"' 8-tf C. W. Dann. ber. All good land. Price celebrating his 92nd birthday. he held the vast congregations with tne
show .
us you. vorable terms. The large numberof wholesale orders House will) be built within'the next two ,.'
Hudson was born in Elbert county, of the gospel. I
j Great bargain in wash skirts at H. NELSON REALTY in 1818, and lived in the state power going in to the publishers indicates the months, and members of the local organlzatiou ,
f C. Stanford Go's. Bee for the past seventy years. Dr. Masse is not onlyn know and appreciated wann interest being taken in this last I! are exceedingly desirous of
Go the
performance .
j See our lOc white lawn. Best value and enjoy a good laugh. L. W. Williams arrived In the well. He In has America but in In G.Europe as remnant of the Florida Indians. ; securing for.It the handsome piano thatis

1 in town.. 8-tf C. W. Dann. or. Saturday from Conneaut, Ohio, preached CampbellMorgan's Now is the time for the present generation ; to be the prize to the successful candidate
Patronize the Elk. the intention of making his home church in London, and' Is to to learn more of the original when the contest closes In July l
'". Agency of the White Star Laundry night and you will not only be, section. He was kii-d enough supply there a part of the coming families the
So
American, and the Seminoles of Flor- many pf town are rep
, at the Home Store. Phone 154. entertained, but will aid our reading the. Valley Gazette, summer.
say
Improvement Society in further has been sent to him for the past ida should be placed by our educators resented in the League. and so,mangy +-
Just received a swell line of men's fying our': town. monthe by our County Commission All Kissimmee is interested in the In every school, college and library In' more interested that the league members -. '

- dr<'888b !'te. 8-tf C. W. Dann. is responsible for his being here. coming of this man of God, and doublyso the country. feel no hesitancy In ,
Work is progressing very because of his former connection
See those-lawn shirt waist prices cut the Flemmmg concrete building and Mrs. M. L. S. Jackson .of with the The book is on sale at the Kissimmee votes. Strangers, American"V.
here.GRANlfCELEBRATION
in half at H. Stanford Go's. from the Valley Gazette office, N. Y., who have been spend- Baptist church Drug Store. and all mejnbera and friends .; !k kto
will be ready for occupancy not in town the tests for the
.. some time our g cast their votes :
For Sale-A good ..mule and wagon. than the 10th of March. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner on : For Sale. Woman's .
tf pd Starling, the tinner. street, will leave about March lat League.
lot" 60x150 feet Dr. J. C. Davis left for their home, but from the manner of i l 6160 acres in Manatee county, near MRS. S. B. AULTMAN, y, e ,
Buy a nice residence Monday last for the purpose of ""S
President A. W. L.
will look for them I
3-tf .expressions we Bradentown station the
railway
suit.
I on
in Davenport. Terms to " present at the funeral of hi. here when the snow begins to Thousands are m Attendance on the ;
Mr. Harry Jackson, who died land; 1900) acre timber lease; 480 acre ,.'
For perfect fitting eyeglasses end town on the day previous. Panama Celebration turpentine lease; .one crop yearling Notice. "

spectacles, see Dr. P. G. White. ')fro Meigs and wife of Pitts and Mrs. S. D.in Ferris Kipsimmee, of Deca-last Opened last Saturday by British! Am- boxes; seven crops pulling boxes; eight To the Property Owners of-O.ceoliCa! l :-. / ...\

Dress gingham 6 to 12lc at the old who regularly spend their i ,111.their, arrived intention being to remain bassador James Bryce, who delivered i: crop virgin: boxes; 20 shanties, 2 good I,will beat the different precincts a' .t t
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. their houseboat along our water horses mules the days mentioned below and I I Insist
:. one or two days, but after looking a memorable address through which dwellings; commissary, *, as .
Residences. Good location, from here to-.Biwsinger, are our town and experiencing the the advantages of Florida have been I wagons, etc; 26-bbl. si ill) !and fixtures. that all, and especially those who 'I..
For Sale- to be at Orang4 amrqoek. .
good water. 48-tf G. F. PARKER. of our perfect weather, decid- advertised throughout America and Eu Entire proposition, 140,000. Favorable have made any changes in their real or'j/
to their stay indefinitely ,
seal"" hipped oys- I Mrs. Eva Gallagherwho Is are prolong now looking over the surround rope, being published in hundreds of terns 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co. personal property arrange to meet met
LaRue only
I ters. No serves melted ice to destioy the the winter here from fine Wichita tract: of, country with a view to buying and large newspaper, the Panama Canal Shingle Creek-Friday. Feb] 25th... "i
recently purchased a locating; For Sale. Campbell Station-Saturday, Feb. 26ti
flavor. I land *n the O'Berry place and J'I Celebration at Tampa, which will close

Tomato Plants of all descriptions for ing it fenced and plowed for the J. W. Squires and Mrs. J. M. Saturday, February 26, has proved to 'Ten acre farm within 11, miles of cor- Pehom-Monday, Feb. 28th. ti

-- sale. Write Hagadorn &; Parker, Lakeland crop. of St. Cloud, were visiting be the most successful celebration of porate limits of Kissimmee; 6 acres Crab Grass Wednesday, Karc'Ia-2nd. t
,
Fla. The Seed Men. in the City on Tuesday last. Whittier-Friday, March 4th.
Mr. B. F. Prentis. of the day Mrs.Squires endeavor any kind ever held In the South. Immense bearing orange grove, balance Of land : t
Ohio and Mr. J. K. Parsons, of J crowds from section of the ; B"'lnpr-Monday, March 70u.Narcoossee .
,
Ladies March Fashion plates just re- interest some or our people in the every in cultivation; splendid for grove or .
ceived. You are welcome to them. Forks, S. D., but who are now n of an order of the Eastern United States are attending, and the trucking; 6-room house needs repair; -Friday: March'llth.. i

18-tf C. W. Dann. nesday at St. Cloud and paid, were this in the office city a on and before leaving for her home Tampa Board of Trade has large committees plenty .>f shade; 'some nice pear and ., Very respectfully, :
that thv prospects for such a J. L.' OVERSTKXBT: ,.
at work and
Pennell agent for Sayman's Vegetable visit. being organized in. Klssimmee day night looking,.. peach trees. Located on bard road.
.tf.Tax Assessor o. eola
and Ordway'. after their wants. Every feature of Favorable "- County.
Soaps and remedies The packing hoUse of W. B.' exceedingly bright. Price 12,200. \ terms if de-
Plasters. 418tpdBur. about the big celebration Is proving even more sired. The splendid location make thisa --
fire Tuesday
son caught on J., S. Walker old resident of ,
an ,
i successful than was. at first, I for Sale
a 6-acre farm from th*..Davenport -i supposedly from the spark county, but who is no's engaged anticipated desirable.proposition. ,
Colony Company, seventeen. miles passing engine, but was quickly bole trucking business near Delray, and the railroads have put on extra 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co. Fine muck land for gardening Ca*
south of Kissimmee. 8-tf i El guished roof.and only a small to Klssimmee this week for...the car and very low rate '!in order to artesian water. 'An industrious __'
the
a of purchasing a couple of teams transport the crowds from all parts of For Sale.
Tomato Plant of all descriptions for: Mr. Geo. B. Boutwell of use on his farm. -He was much sur-' Florida. can get rich farming I;, acre of'this

sale. Write Hagadorn & Parker, Lakeland i ta, Colo., arrived in our town on at tae many_ improvements and The only bakery at St. Cloud, doing land. We also have orange grove, say
Flan The Seed Men. I dart and spent a few days progress of Klssimmee, and pre- ,No feature ha proven more attractive well; most central location. Also business size;. town property, vacant;',and tas- ,
it would be the third largest city than the aeroplane- and airship -
conditions with a view to and residence lots and proved. W. are prepared to serve
Go to H. C. Stanford Co'*, department Id three years' time. and -ac" yes f
store. They are the originators if suited will purchase property flight raceslwhlch began Monday tracts. Apply A. E. Drought Insurance and ask-yon to dye a* opportunity
4r of low price in Klssimmee. ter the trucking industry. Commissioner J. S. Stratton and will continue daily. Some of the
: ) and Real Estate Agency, St. to show you what w. hav to onVrv7tl

New hotel juat'opened at Davenport.seventeen Mr. W. H. Tuttle of Woodbine. Tuesday received a stallion magnificent gift 8- fastest flying; machines in th.world, Cloud, Fl*. *.tf NELSON! RKALTT Co
\ Kissimmee. reached Klulmmee a few day pedigreed bay a* a
I miles Mhingf 8-tr will more than probable make hi the Sta. Fair Association, that .
and .
Good
hunting
I In this section as be is highly tIon presenting one man in ;
descriptions tor.ale. and county, and county in the state with a prize-
Tomato Plants of all with our town .
I Parker, Lake- our people and climate., horse. Mr. Stratum's stallion
Write Hagadorn ially
raised in Montana and i Ia seventeen
. land.-FtL.1'h.Geed Menlo Ibo Woman's.Cluiitian(;: 'ie high and 1. about the finest [ :

I For bargain In resident property. Union will hold it* next meeting : of horse flesh in our county. vdogeIistjcServisAT! .
call Aultman ,the will be used for breeding
truck land and orange groves on residence of Mrs, } purposes. ;

' H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf dent, on Wednesday afternoon '. Clay Johnsonwho commands
I' 26th, at 8.80. .M ben and "
After November 16th wood will be temperance are cordially l invited Steamer LUlie on its trip from this .
to Bassinger'states.that the en !.
' 11.26 a stran delivered.Klssimmee. '
Lumber Co. .engaged in surveying.the.water -..
Mr. J. W. Squire, who will I ., looking to 'the installation of: I :, THE "
Tomato Plant of all descriptions for cashier of the, First National in.the canals; have completed the .
sale. Write Ha adorn & Parker, Lakeland St Cloud arrived here on '" a* far as the south shore of .. .. "

,_Fla., The.Seed ", .n., last week; and paid this office Okeechobe and are now work- 1 '
pleasant calL Mr. Squire ; their way b& k to this towel where
For Sale.-Lot of fine celery and let bank will open for tbuslneu' pork will cease and they will then '
tnce plant at the Model Farm, Just. March lit. their report to the government.
across the railroad from the Inn. f .
I The local chapter of the and Mr. ,Elmer E.\"Adama' BAPTIST CHURCH
For Sale-On. of the best orange Woman' League will meet : ., Conn., arrived -In the- city ; ,
grove to Florida. 80 acres bet ( 700 day afternoon, at 8 80 o'clock ten day: ago, ,,and are pleasantly ,
tree; house, best water no loc a Christian church and every i for the remainder of the winter ;

tion.. 48-tf G.. F. PAMCEK. urgently requested to be Dr., W..L Winn. -In conversation .
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8alx-146 a matters of extreme importance. a representative of*this paper, q. .
containing .
For acre*. :
Adam herself de '
voted expressed:: as .
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nporwCant.
nine-room dwelling, twostorytore" \ :
with our town, and it 1* more : '
house and barn-good land )located on .. Clay Johnson, probable that they will make their - . .A.t' .7' 301 : < :, ,:;' r":
railroad.", A big bargain at $1000. the Steamer Lillie is home in the most thriving ; [;,'
-'i J. S.:Loy1LRaeuimmeeFla., the statement that unless beautiful city\ In "Florida on the i. e. '..,_ .. \ ,.? .: :f$4+ ..II- .

land'with 800 rain fall very soon to raise the )' of Lake Tohopekaliga. .' . '.
For Sale.-20 acres ot In the canals boats will cease '
bearing orange trees. Average crop to point beyond the southern 'w. L. *Winn on yesterday re
800 to 1000 boxes.. Price, J2.6W) Will Lake Tohopekaliga. a telegram from the Hillsboro

sell or exchange for smaller WRITE Medical Society,; inviting the Every Night Next We k'J;
P. G. Through an error, the names of the Medical Society:: of this J
1-tf. Kissimmee, Fla. A. M. Chlaholm and MiA Ruth to attend a meeting in Tampa
appeared among the list of tomorrow night, which will discuss .
Artesian Weila-ParUesdesiring artesian tendance upon a card party, pu hookworm, and he and 'Dr. H. H. .. '
wells should gee me before having in our Issue last week and of St. Cloud, will attend. The PREACHING -
them driven. I rlrive'weill any sire and this means of making the will addressed by Dr- Style I

any dep'..h.J..> ..nsteaaonable..W F..Hamilton assuring them that it was a Washington D. C., who is at the ,
a* j.I.e Lake House. -4tpdj of the Rockefeller Society for the .
Mrs A, E. .Bearden received
j Paper Hanging.-If you want a neat gram_.on.JWednesday_ of,_ the__ hookworm.. __ __ ,u _
of-paper hanging done-drop anottce death of her father, -M.. -- -- .
1job' the postoffice tor me. I have a fine his home in Madison, Ga. Mr. Preaching at SL Ooud Bu11.y..an.Step. h e iis"'f.1
of New' .York wall paper samples, mOl paid several visits to !

which will be glad to show. in years- past and \his death will school every Sunday at 9.30 . 6
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2-tf JopN G. HOWARD. gretted by a large number of our Preaching first and third Sun: ; ., ': \!

11 . Florida:--(Comrades, come to Carleton at 10:30 a.111.and 6,45p. m., second .
Colony, on Lake Loyal. Haven Thirty years ia a long time found Sundays at 3 p. m. tf PastorI r "' I : ,: .
to be .
here 21 fears. Highest and healthiest amusement enterprise I .
spot in Florida.. Purest of water. No public especially In that 'for Sale. e. ', ' '
malaria or bronchial trouble. 'All vegetables branch of the business devoted ; :
'There is but one bearing for
two garden a year. Fish i strelsy. orange groves '
and grow; Jut the place for old vet pany. in the world today from 2 to 50 acres in fruit and
to lIv.game.on their pension and escape the, claim that proud distinction, ;; d land in connection for filming, at YIODY
blizzards of the North. Board reason one is Richards & Pringle'' .sonabla prices and on favorable : ;

t able. Stamp for .reply! ., G.. C. Smith, Minstrels which come to of payment.- ._-_ INVITEDb:: .

.'--Oul.ton,- Putnam. couniyFlar; ; -.t-pd, an early:date. -.JI. ,. NELSON-- --- JlEALTr Co.- ..,. .
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I could to tbe boy .be was
"spent part of eacb day' .
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John It would be three or !
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hips as many' as Ore or
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could finish paying' off, :

Ambition and getting things in the
wlabed to leave them. ,

A beautiful Bungalow on the -- meantlme.be would be I
1 self aa thoroughly as "
slivery''Watere'"of: rtillsboro 3j He Found a Work For Which second coining of his :

.Bay Is an annex-ta my spiene.Sanitarium. .K H* Was Fitted. Bu. as these new ) 'I'' : ,
JK "by', bringing him n .
ij By FRANK H. SWEET. to hlsjfuture, tbe ''

--:.... separate itself eom.w 1

trips either by l land or water, X 00Pns.b1.. UO*. American Press of his youth.' He
,. Aasoo/&Uon this work as he had tor I
I ;>4ri my Automobile or Yacht, .d,.dr and found there weak

r fro the Sanitarium to, the x, w dld need patching or :
John WblUon bla ambitionat
cave up
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Bun a This all goes t eighteen, tearing college: and taking ao erating advantage altogether then were.

; with the tr ment. I have f up the retoe which bla father bad and even tbe maturity'

t; secured expefTacsistants and jij:, dropped ft .waa not to'be temporary,, stronger,waa In a way1'
be understood, but a complete renunciation He did not spare his '
am especially prepared to x ( _
of all his plane-of big life a>< magnify: his atren 1.b. 14r
,tomtreathabitualdrlnkeie}--un-, -jjj;\. be-lind'bope
, fortunate Drug Slaves, and. J; Blx children and a rundown farm aful do in the pulpit going. to '
a mother whose waning strength strong firm In his f
Fiends. I '
ii Cigarette POSI5
(, : rfliould! be nourished rather tints thoroughly equipped In
TIVELY GUARANTEE A ?jj drawn, upon. It was 'tbe. only way; Mow' tbe equipment: '
I CURE. 'Treatment private I better to..sacrifice his ambition thin the freshness gone, and !
1 that they ntiuuld bf forced upon char convictions would remain
and confidential. Write tot jjJiram
,, I ity. In his own pinna It would be tbe strength' tbe world
yearn before bo could educate himself him by, tfhd he could not

J. Hampton) ;-M. D. .| apd make a living l.\ .- front with the new
Inld-aujde. > nut If be could
So the books were ?** tft, 55 not
FLORIDA AVE. COR. OAK j)! forr TAMPA. FLA. farm and Its poaslbHItlen. Ills father gregation of his dreams
;1'
; had been content wltb tbe old methods outside .work In tbe far
,; )C x and bud fallen behind. He must ,be could.do In the :

push on into tbo new, not only for the atoong tbe camps of the :
:', necessary livelihood but for the, growing IndiansHe; would go
needn of his brothers and maters not always tbe work
t rI .and their education. A city waa but was beat, but rather tbe .

C' H.U a few'mile* away, and gradually be laborers were few And r'l
fertilized the barren Qelds to renewed I perhaps earnestness ;
prodact{yenesa to such vegetables as eel In place of tbe culture : '
Q n the markets called. tor. bad not attained.

-1 Id x U4 8CJ lie was shy by nature, a. scholar So be worked aqd If.a
topa whose world was In retirement with dreamed and counted the }
u* 0 blx IxKiks.. but now he forced himself was bearing him on. ,

4-J fxto PiH 01"[ i peddler's cart and sold vegetables when tbe time drew near, 1
uud fruit from house to house study the conditions of
a z p.H bargaining for tbe needs at borne lie be bad tried to those of 'I
counted his earnings like a miser and faith, for the years that
o w 2 ni I planned for their shrewd expenditure the chasm of his duty ';
n
5 i t I and be lost Bleep In tbe study of con strength, and out there on
< J2S3 vetting eoll and sunshine and labor be would need sturdy -

r1 o 'I. Into bard, necessary dollars. as sturdy faith. .
a5 Cut with it all tbe road was difficult One day Jane "l
oI
tn and sometimes almost beyond his power bed bad not been slept .;
M. bIJ of endurance. Ten years and be before and she i l
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+ : .'. AW still wore the coat he had worn buck nothing. Hut when tbe. | )
# di O from college now frayed and patched.l : the next went by and l
the mortgage on the farm remaluivl 1 remained untouched ber I
0PQ the sume. and be still went from house came Investigation anji .."

:Q to house Helling vegetables, not yet OOD soon brought a t
I able tottttre u boy to do the marketing preheuHlou to ber keen :

+ ,- But. on the other hand the brothers Oftli evening she lI
and slaters were all be could have beard him tiptoeing ""
{ ;:J wished. Ibe oldest boy was working lowed softly tie went
his way through an agricultural col- bare rooM in an unusc> -'
3 3PLOWBH
lege, with an uoibitlon tor a higher education house wbere she beard
beyond; the next was In a window. Moving noJ !

( technical school at Philadelphia tudy, ball, she waited a few
dreg to be a clYU engineer. One girl side tbe door and then bees"t

1 SEEDS PIKLUVBOBTABLB Was at the state, normal another learnIng was lying upon tbe Boor In .
to be a nurse!\ while the two 70Ul1g. wltb his bead near tbe '
set were still too young to have A Hood of moonlight was ( .
BY MAIL.ORDER: e.j':
thought much about their future pur Jane crossed quickly to ;
We will ship ant order_me d., a reoelvwJ.TE8TKI lug vacations they came home and "John." abe said '
) ONLY n>e I -"- nORrKB'H, "The! Beedi That Urow/' helped Wm, and from time to time all bent over him, "what' does I
114 WALTON SEED CO. Oce.M St., J.ckso.- of them bad entreated to be allowedto He started -a little
J Till., Florid do tbelr share In tlie support But opened his eyes, but
u Poultry Supplies.Remedies InMotlcldei.Writ. his face ..
for tat.logas\ here he waa firm. They should have grew tranquil
} ct -17 them what he bad missed be declared, and "I am fitting myself
It waa too late for him to go back and JaDe" be said quietly.
take up life aa be had left it. wish :you and mother ;
So the :year went on. and be tolled fear you might be worrl r
BASS
W.Ce early aDd late and planned and bargained 'Fitting yourself' for a
.' and Improved but tor all that more likely' she .

be was not a farmer and never could practical farmer you' are
:y..d .,'.,fWfiolesaleJandlRetail7'AN = be. for it wa his will la.the work, practical maul ever saw '.
: Dealer ir.jQ his heart He went to Closed tbe window with : : ) \ j ;}
DOt never a i I ; / J -'(,; ( :; :) !;
DOOM to ask: trade but what be shrank continued: "Now, I.ant ; ,\ \
r "Fresh'BeefI back aa from a blow and long after talk: with /on.' I've '.
.' Pork and his binds bad grown bard and knotty since you've bad this ) .
his thought would wander surreptitiously west In your bead. I .
to the books It* bad laid aside sleeping up here,is tbe
Mutton Perhaps it was his recognized distaste ess that Is fitting you' for
for tbe work: that made him do camp and on the ..
it *o thoroughly' and conscientiously. "Why.' yes." be a ''
f PHONE 44. There was not a farm In tb. country tie doubtfully. "You _

round that was better managed or thatproduced never slept outside of a 1
J"Sprlgg--""" .:.. more for Ill slaw John Whit- all my life. Jane, and_

I eon was a crank, the neighbors said a dory to prepare! myself i
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Fleming It.' '
-. which meant tbat he was always on

,*",. the-lookout-for weak enslave place "Look here, John Wb |
ba fence or Held aa in himself, that gan. .Then_,bee voice
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,>. CLEANING eoold atreagthened by' timely renewal duly -Ton mean all f
1' .:'PRESSING or patching or toning up. If John, but 7011eaD'C'do It. :

JDYEING"4 there was ably;duty' ... abraak trom, die from exposure out <
-by that warn the duty' he waa apt to seek a month Besides, you

,REPAIRING first and do most thoroughly.By . for that kind of work. I ,,
the timetbe younger children you'd like to have been.
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bo war readyfor the Anal studies which have been, but you're' '
d Leave word at my w and olotbe ware toot tb..- for their chosen callings thinking any part,of your'
will bo called
and
lOP returned. the college graduate and the chit baa been full-Just a* full
; engineer wars at work and sending though\ you could have
f"w' $1stactionGuaranteecw their mites to tbe> bom* fund. And wished 'Tbe Lord does

" .. wltn-tb coming of tfaea* mite came workman John."'
- John' tint opportunity to torn bis attention Her band was resting
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.'It', '!l M.; WIUUiON' JR. to tile mortgagA\ der now and be* voice bad I
) *, . Of late rears be had 'not. permitted der'and thoughtful.iTou ; -
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's NoTAfcr" PUBLIC. himself to regard tWfdtnr as a.prsonaf want to do all you
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roblem. It... too tar away. "
rest of your life, sbe. went
t" -l'\ STATB I
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iA1tOg. S'G S- Bat willi' the lessening of the mortgage seems to me yon' can do r
Real Estate Agent. I and the establishment of You understand this people ;

..XtSSIMMKE.: FLORIDA tile last of the.children his own fn- you' do that. 1 was
I? ", tare was again drawing marvelously the worst streets: of the :
.f t.0 near. What should .he do with It? day', and I beard little
t W. S. BAR WELL How units It with the books which Ing at eacb other In the
bad been laid aside for
practically I Beard of sick:: men and
T twenty' yearsT' U,.had no taste for fling In close rooms, with I
REAL, ESTATE farming, but b. pnderstood It and minister to them. I ::1: .

.' could wrest from even his taw acres a something myself, John t
r'' Notary Public at Large comfortable Urine. Could be do as help you here,.k.t not out \ l
much with bill books and dreams, of '
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Office orer 1 berIOD'1 bay a nice farm and a big
? Pbarm.oyKISS1 which be had"made n'o test? we cannot half fill and. !
MEE. FLA. But even In his thoughts< ke did opt children are provided for,

L\ hesitate. The books and dreams were than we can use. Why
; J. W. SIMPSON his and burden or banner It was right tie children out here,
JJB.) that be should take them Into bis future teacb them to be good : w 1

DENTIST. when the future should be clear.' ti He would lift tile mortgage first and of the
np.the empt7.JOOme:
..* Upetairi In 'Kate DuI1clinr. would train\ a boy to a competent management tired and sick ones wbo ec:>

OmCBHOUBS, I 9 a. m. to 12 m. of the place and would pet erwise get country air
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' \r i:30 to 5:30p. m. aside enough for household needs! I could do !
seems to me w.
l TelephgneNo. 76 Jun o, lyr Then free
he would be to gee han work well here,.JohnVAnd
_ 'f'L, would for bis
be'JiO farther necessity
John Whltson, ::
Lorr1Cy presence h..... His mother was old, lence and
; rose slowly
f Of ooprrr JVD SL tasanntma'ATTOKNBTiATtAW ,of
course, and needing care. but Jane head
token of
as a e.
-'Q.,1-F:, : IE3E3S the' normal* graduate, was at borne new light which came 4

..& : from teaching now and would remain was not of resignation to
with ber. They: could get along just I ,
duty: rather was it a I
_ P $' Praetlo.InCtreolt Oco rt. Land TIO. win.'ill as, well without Mm. His duty was work I I (
for he
stronger which
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) to ttksn.S .. "You are right. Janet ; : : iiI
be
'*. 8 turned over neb work aa be :
.....r ply. "The Lord' work Is < - wr.

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Florida Christian .. . '-- -' ,, . I, .
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i See ,Our Goods '. t' Endeavor'- Work., A '5-Acre farm in'-- Prosper- Colony' :::.'

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Last fall;; when Christian Endeavor c .
4 .. Hers-eYerywhe're\,observed -Sunday'for and lot 60x120 feet In Taft, _$iQjD.5Acre ';: '

Arid get prices before buying. We are temperance?, Florldlli,CItizenship was,
., we hope,.advanced,"or at least advertised '' '
farm iti :
Kissimmee
City
the Originators of' Low Prices .
by the.envelope of partial'mate _
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in Kissimmee. 4 ,':dale.. for programs jfptJl: ;:: ; >aJJay.di trlbuted .--...,-._ .......------.-- ". i n i ..i q' '.?, *" '.", i'f
I $300. . .' ,
'4.4 . among our young people. socle- ' -
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WE. SELL "V \' Jtfow agaiA comes a temperance topic, .\- ,

Apron Checks at..'.'..,,5:;,..,.?..,. ',. ......Iito lOc per yd. and VClean we and have Strong again:',sent for February our' workers 20th ;: Colony 'Tracts; Tjm&er-Lands.'..Farm and Orange Groves',_ .-;
Dress Gmghamsat: .. .. . .. . . .r..: 'trto 121c per yd '''-. 1
S 40-in. Unbleached! Sheeting at. ... .' ., ... . 74c per yd something; special for" chat we trust 0
Shirtlny Calico at . .. ... . . . .?..,,,6 to.7c per yd will be their best Citlzenshlp"meeting H". : r +
U' Quilt fining at . .... .. . . . ,. . .:-.-. .6c per yd ever held. *'. . ADDRESS ,., > -I I'w y
,Best . . /.... ...., . .. ..61 to7c per yd .. besides the made on mimeographfor .
100 pieces, Dress Goode from .. . . .15 to 76c per yd message '
\ Poplar'Cloth, assorted colors, at . .. . ", . 25c per yd ? Rev. S. y- Dilley, State C,
Check Homespun at, :,; 6 to 8c per yd E. Citizenship Superintendent, Land % L: V A H>= D U Z0R.p
Outing Flannel . ... . .(... . .,.::7 to lOc per yd splendid address sheet from. flev.JJ< ,
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CurtainGoodsr.TVTr. . . .
Elegant-Line T. Tr :7 to 25 Thompson, of the Anti-Saloon League, .. .1
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Line Serpentine Crepe at . .,20 to 25c I
I Table Linen ". . . . .. .t .. ... . . .85c to$1 ber per yd yd we have the" following letter from that' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :
Best Galatier Ooth at .... . . .. . . . . .15c per yd wonderful woman. Miss Minnie E. Neal, ,
Table Felt I 54-in at .. . .. . . . . . . .-. 55c per yd State'leader of the W. C. T. U : .. I ..
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Table Oil<5loth at..,. .. ... .-.. . . . . .25c per yet Jacksonville, Fla.,:Feb.' 8,'1910. 0 ., ,< .
Linen Crash at. . ...-. ... .... ..... ..JO to 15 yd !'.
per
Cotton Crash ._. ... . .. .. . .M. . ..%. .5 to 8c per yd Dear Young People: .
The Famous Rub Dry Towel at . .... .. .36c to 75c You are powers in these days, and '
Ladies'' Shirt Waists .. .. .. .. .. ..., .. .. .. .. . 60c'up my plea with you now is that; ,you.be ; .
Ladies Wrappers, .. ..t. . .. . ... ... .. . . . '.66dup powers for Christian!. ....Citizenship.You .4........... ........;...... .
Ladies' Skirts . . . ..... .. . . ... .. 95C to .10 each 4
Ladies Petticoats... ...... ... .. .. . .. . .60e to $8 each have many duties' I know, but every .0. .
Ladles' Raincoats. . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ... ..$5 up concern of home, church, society, busi :
Ladiea' Coat Suits . .... .. .... . .. .. . .. . .. . .$9 up ness, State will be advanced and'your : I ",
<*> Ladies Veeb . ,, . .... . . .. .. . . .. .-... .10 to 50c duties to them all made the easier to -" '- .
Ladies' Kimonas.. . .. ... . .. . ..26e to $1.60 each lbl. '.
1 N? Pure Linen Laces . ... ... . .. . .. ...,.. '" ..5 to 26c fulfil when'we win state ride pro
. 12 do*. Buttons for . .. .. . .. . .... .. .. . .. . 5c tion. So the supreme duty this year of)
Gold Eye Needles, per paper. . .. . .., . ." . . .6e every Christian appears to me to be
I Ladies Coats and Sweaters at 0I earnest, devoted efforts to.win our i"ITPAY----
Enormous lot of Embroideries ridiculously .
I at low prices.A [
November: Will
4 temperance victory In
beautiful Line pf Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc. .
Above we have given you prices on a very.few items in| our you help Then read and study: to inform -
immense and well selected stock. . yourself on prohibition facts'anc

i It ours tor good: goods: ana low prices, arguments. Create sentiment and .
awaken interest by talk, paragraps in .
<*> J
; the papers, songs, interesting enter-
STANFORD '
. <*> tainmehU. Win.votes by winning voters t"to call.on the W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY, who will treat you on ,

! <*> now to believe in you and in your square, in selling you at a fair price, anything you] want to] ,

t < > ,cause Everyone you win now will be a you a home and furnish it complete. the'i,\...
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----- --- -- --- -- - -- worker in the later campaign so thereis
: : Our lines are too numerous to mention,.but here are
not a day to lose. Begin with your _

: IW.&G.W.B SS nearest friend and do nqt stop until BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, SASH, DOORS, BARBeD WInE/!;POULTRY -
every voter in your neighborhood prom-

ises you to qualify.and to vote for the WIRE, WAGONS, PLOWS,, PAINTS, OILS; ROOFING., .. +,
prohibition amendment.Lay . -
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ( 3 ; it to your hearts that we must ASBESTOS, SHINGLES- HARDWARE, QUEENS-' ,
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win, and then.wofk as if all depended '
I on you. WARE, STOVES GRANITE WAREFurniture iIJ ,

..i Wood Brick or Stone Write me if vou will enlist to do 'L
whatever your hand finds to do in this :1p

} campaign. ',
Yours for a :Saloonless: State, ,'" tf'

GUARANTEEITOGIVEPERFECTSATISFACTIONKisslttittiee: : The following paragraphs Minnie E.from Neal Rev. : ; For -your.Parlor. IBed- I !
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Thompson's address seem especially I"
good: "Christians, the fight dependson I : room, Dining Room f :

us. We must pray and pray earnestly t
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Florida Victories like ours may be won Kitchen and -Porch.
by pray r, but cannot be won without
d
. it. Discuss and agitate the subject. .
Talkabout State prohibition. Let us 1t ,
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talk and investigate and study and read
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State-wide prohibition, and T
regarding
NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PriONE NO. 8. get right ourselves and help to set o'ur Fishing Tackle, Camping and Hunting Outfits '

State right an the question.
Help also in the organization for the :
AI
h : C. W. Griffin j carrying of every county and every

h election district in the State. Help financially : When you wish to buy, come and see us and we will surely "',
with your consecrated. moneyto .
Fancy Groceries carry forward this great campaign. ; save. you money \ 0 ,
Family 1 Christian Endeavorers, God wants ,
" fighters who, will endure hardship as t '. .'\, ':: ,to't": '
t Fresh Meats. : good soldiers'' of Jesus Christ in this :

t r lit Deliuery Every! Day at any Hour. PatronagelSollciteo.ae .. 411 war.Write" the,C.? E. .Secretary'. in Inter- I \W2SSS..SB.S.5\{:* MAK.INSO'N. C1J=..tr: S


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-Grace- ----A.-Townsend--- ci.oUD
New Meat MarketNew Wanted. am a colored man and i KISSIMMEE and ST. .l ;;
want a colored wife, who has a good .:
principle, is religious;a good seamstress, '
York Avenue, Opposite the Bank. washer and ironer, who'is, industrious, '. .
smart,, good tempered, comely shapedand ... '-. '" ". '
not over 30 ye.... nor under 28 I .
First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance. Beef years of age; also must not be afraid of '

Fresh Pork and Mutton Hand. work; bright complexion good head of ... .: .
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496, Kissimmee, : .

PADGETT & TINDALL, 'STI C )" Notice to Fisherman .- .-; '0

M Notice )l'.hereby given} that the law .--."....,. j>, .. "" '., .k--' ,,;-'
a( ; of this county '
will hereafter thestrictly enforced. All'' "" .
.. O'PCE MEN'T. parties interested will take notice and I' I " '" ,'J' ;'
govern themselves accordingly. CHAMBERLAN'SSURE :
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C. F. PRBVATT, ,
1, I Tothe Citizens of St. Cloud-Greeiitigr> 'Sheriff. , 'IfI'r _
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, On or about February 1st we will open in your citylthe| SEMINOLE For Sale. .
PHARMACY, with a first-class stock of Drugs DrugrfstlSundries: and Splendid bearing orange groves for Iq
I Toilet Articles in charge of a capable Registered Pharmacist and will sale from 2 to 60 acres In fruit and REMEDY
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I handle only the purest and best\, rugs. Our preacrlption department good land in connection for farming, at COUGH
I will be will be reasonable price. and, .on favorable
j complete in every respect and our patrons assured fof terms of payment.

(prompt and accurate service. 6rtf NELSON.REALTYCo.for ,

r Respectfully, 0 '. '

J. C. MOORE, .Mgr Several excellent Sale.building sites on ---SAFE---PLEASANT TO 'TAKE' 'e'

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4 For Sale. Chamberlain' Couch You can stop that coughing : Mothers rchiJdRemedYDeYerdisappoinu *
by using Chamber'reo should always keep a "
Seed Potatoes and Seeds !IWe Fine rich, deep muck land in 10 acre those who use it for ob.tilam' Cough Remedy. .It bottle of Cha iberIaiD'. .', J
tracts and put don a good flowing '
well at 9100 per acre. No better land nate coughs, colds or irrireliev.the lungs,aids exCouch Remedy handy. It .'.
in Florida. NELSON REALTY Co.B tation of the throat and pectoration and effects a will save many anxious
___ _ : _ lungs. First dose relieve. nights children like it. '
make a specialty of supplying a guaranteed Aristook County, Maine prompt permanent cure. -
own. seed potato-the only stock that should be planted in Florida. We carry )
the I. E Sharpe & Co. .
following varieties: _, ... : .

b |Red Bliss Triumph, Early Rose, Rose No.4, Beauty of Hebron I LIEALEKS IN 25c, 50c; shOO For.-. Sale Everywh $1.00.5c-25c d_ '

Dakota Red,Pride of" the South, White Bliss. I

} i Staple and. Fancy Groceries __ _... .. - ___._, -, ,-0 "
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J GENERAL DIRECTOR SLOGANS OF THE CITIES. ForSale.. for Sale. I| AN ORDINANCE I I 'J. W. '. THOMPSON--

Six hundred acres mucl|:, hammock Six I'um'rtd' acres mack, hammock AN ORD'NANTK piovHlng! for tho Issnancety>>
; h.y Ar. a Valuabl Asset In the and pine land lying along Sugar Belt ami pile lend lying along Sugar-Belt the City of ICmmminee of Bonds In Corlaln:
f Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies Growth of "Municipalities.gau railroad about three miles from Ki railroa'1.'. about three miles from. Kis- Amount f *r \the I'urp ie of InM.tiling a Mn-

.t 'I Th liable In growlug. A 'U. Himmi'e, also on dirt road to St. Cloud. simmee, aIL 0 'on dirt T08I1 to St. Cloud. niotpalNvLetnorWsterwmla' and Sewerage
111 of Kissimmt.CHUUCIIE.S.' .-. Good buildings and small Will and fur the Rtibmtfwton of (he QnetillOn of
\ phoulo aloguu Is 8Ui\>iM>sod to be as grove. Good\ biiil ,:.4 : valuable u asset to a city or town nt For further particulars? write ,or Call sell as a whole) or will cut up into tracts i' Kuch: Inenai.co to KII Kl"clion of Hie Qual'fltd I. DIRECTORand
on_ Rull Bass, Kiasimmee, Fla. of fifty or one iiunHred' acres with lake I Elcewn <>f SnM Oly.Wl'nreR .
i It Is toe tiroprletary urtlclc: > udi rtlwiU --- -- I,, nH ra'lioj'1 fronts. I *, the inHUtllnk and oH rfitlou of a 1\
I Iu the street cars, altlwugh'l1 IH Touring Car for Sale "or furrier naiticulars write or call : municipal: Hyrtem of WiifcterworUa end "hsxetI. ,\ ,- LICENSED: EMBALMKR;
I not without slgnHloance that the I .ace. : on Hull Cans, K'ssinrmee, Fla. dec 1 PI 'In deemed nwc'HMary by the Council of the i It.. I
i BAniKT. ring car in perfect order _. I I of "1..110..0, andwh.te..twailhast'ucer. I
oI.j; cities which hove 'one tutwutw! ---- - -
t .on hind wheels, 2 extra in- I 'rytolsrut.h'. <'">- ,
k Bunyan Slepnenu pastor: I ISunday fastest Iu recent 31'aLoN .\1. ,'II'+. > . I 11. The car is as good/ as new., To the Public. 'm mlIT 1.0 i u's'vkl.j the Ifiirlu with wliu .. w .
Sehool9J5n.In.-N.C.Blyan;! Seattle and Kansas KJty-::\\\a\v u o '? eap "bouRht at once. Details 100Hlrud..I..,,...:a rat .,'ch Wiui'i vMi'-ks IIld Opposite|; Courthouse
Bjperintemleni. I trademarks. u'. \ alley Gazette office. Address This 's to ratify; the public that J. K. Sex.*r..(f.. ..,.syHl''' cud
,# Preaching 11 I a. in. and 7.45 p. m. DRAWER 88, Milliard and 1. Weatherby have with- 1vL..nvis. the oxinlinK legal 'tmmluiK "",,,.c.y KISSIMMEB - FLORIDA
I Iri. Chicago started' the. gawp with Its drawn their properties from the ____ _
yq I'rayermeetirrgi.45Thurhdayevening. grove ,
roll]
: Orlando, Fla. of the City. bitsiwl .t., i \t H Hut a.tP stt itcMil .h
Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday, evening. i I "I will. The l Idea line since Ii( -end H.. market, hence all pl"po8itions on these of I'tOlt,Hva>'e\i'>'Ju for iliM | i-in.w, U 9i,4Thororebe'tnrda'n"l ( -....'MI.
Visitors always' widely that nearly every citylilcli --Notice.. piox'j-i-j8; ) are lectured off, as they have I by the CVxmcti of GAME LAW

...::: I bus a coiiiincrclul nssoolntluii |KI\ a decided not to sell tbuC'ofu K'MMimi'HerMH'lion .

-" motto to go upon Its adverthtlug 1 Notice i i ia hereby. given that. Friday, 5-lt NELSON REALTY: Co. I. TiiHt under and hy'I rl q.o. fTT tliI ..Thar...... uv t> n.mam nm II-u.. taw..

y PRESUitER'a.. erature. Boston uses "Bigger, busier, 1'eb. lltn is the last day on which poll flower vented' 1 in the City of K''.wimuie b** he
I better Boston." "Buffalo means lIultl- xes can be paid and qualify to vote Fish and Oyster*. Chapter *"tN;. Act of ''ill"). Iowa of Plorlda. the fUMKt CHIll TOMCIf
q S. S. Snyder, ,pastor. in\he city election to be held the last Fresh fish and oysters in cute Kh..11uei' ,. bond. fur the bum of Forty .vumitMd taUrU. ....._
adoptelafter so every
competition
Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -Geo. tlS!.s1" _a Saturday In March liar ChUk and rMIIMW ..... a.
the week delivered the Three Thousand and No-100 DoUam In 1'orly-
to any part .
x Parker, superintendent.Christian pleases the'Queen City: that Its manufacturers bustle Me. ouaes
Endeavor 6'UU: p. m. F.j' many of them use It: on i I \ C. L. BANDY Tax ,Collector. city. Bearden building, phone 176. three bond., to be* ntjl 1.,1, \VntorM-nrk and bow lOa. Ask. tsdry.
I CHAS. BASS. 1 hew mfe[ Bonds,1 of U'H deuominntion of OneThousand
Preaching every second! and fourth their stationery Rochester has selected
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:,' Sunday at 11 a. m. ant 7:00: p. m. I I the stilted "Rochester made for Sale. for Sale. able aemlwunual'y)' nt Ihs rile. of NIX per cent
Prayer meeting and choir practice "
I means quality, recalling the equally pur annum niHUir.iiK in Thirty Years tronidate
Thursdays betore the second 1 and fourth f,awkward "Worcester made Invites One of the prettiest corners in Kis- Five-acre tract one-half mile from of iHuattoea minx: Five O"'D' V Ire

1 Sundays\ at 7:00 p m. "Hfffftl trade. The Syracuse chamber while) slmmee; fine shad,, pretty view of the court house, cleared and plowed; also Year, Five Honda iu Ten V"...., Five !>>wda IDFlilwn

R' \ nervices.f Visitors. most cordially<< invited to ell it baa no official motto favors "8ra- lake, 6-room houR,, Price $2,000. 10 acres high nice land. Splendid for Year,t Eight Donda' in Twenty Ywtm, .
Cafe LaRu
," at times Time on half if desire platting into city lots. Ten Honda In r"'e.ily-Five Yearfc, and TeiL
CUBe spells success using
.. NELSO SALTY Co. NELSON REALTY Co. Bondi In Thirty Y.*...., and. the |i..lertKt and
current slflng for Its purpocfe tn "Ityou're ..
principal fiavable in (fold or as eyulva' nt at
In Syracuse you're In right"Schenectady
CHRISTIAN. 1 the office of the Trea**Mr of raid City ald
1 boasts that it "lights bond. to lx(wiMMl for the purpo rf Installing A La Carte /

A. M. Chisholm, pastor. and. hauls the world," which I Is more and oonatriictinK a uiuutoiml| .,.""m of Wat.rworkHvnd -
Preacoing first, second and third Sun inviting than Its Invitation to "Ske- tew.nKO io said City.
day of eactTmonth at 11 a. m. and 7.46 daddle for Scbenectady." Two; cities Section 2. TI1..t.n Kleotion' bfl held* at a* .. --

p.- m. popular for conventions use tbe same early a date BB practicable at HbJuli tbs qnea*
a Bible School 9.45s. n..-A. W. Winn, form in .r ttou to be .,.."ml"8" <1 to vouira! II#4 -4 superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant more euphonious language- .too
hav the ten
I ISprlncfteld. pg qua1IfloNtioiui iiroeoritted by ;
"Come to Columbus" ana "Steer for
[ the Market Affords
-i. i superintendent. vefylhiu
10(4)) of Uio' ioern; : fetUuiea rf the &.af. of g
i '' .ChrisJai Emlea.'or ;Sunday ." Walla Walla carries and.
? every( Florida shall lie the lKHua iu of %'d bonds,
i evening at 6.30 p."i.i. 7 > .u alliteration ludeffnxi further la ,"WhatWalla I f tl'.Mayor.hxlllorlhwtlhlssad hi "rou1.: Served in Up-o-Dale( Style
Prayer meeung and choir practice Walla wants) la El Pasoadviaes ."
ev- you. touiorsnde'ec.iou.- I' ,. V': . : I'
eryThureday-at,746pm.r......,, .'f '41 v<''"..'> succinctly "EI Paso tbe pass! BecMo'iS. That the 'orm>of the Ballot 10' bfl '
;MI."JiI"7'. > : '?, .- 1 don't pass El Pa80.I ." owed at said Election shell ba ubstamUy! a.
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OFFICIAL B .LOT, MimOM xin-i'ng
EPISC' WAL. and prosperity Is more popular. That .
XI"A.. D. lUluVujrwf K'v- iu-
Kev. David reminder to all tour\ ts of its remarkable Diamond Ax 35
l D. Klil, rector. Edge" robe, !Florida.. DINNER CENTS
Services every second and fourth Sunday advance in population ""'atcl,1 Ta- Make a elrwe) mark (\>1"8 the qu'.l-o. i u: .
at 1)) :00 a. m. coma grow," I is probably the best ii Chopping wood may not be a pleasure vourclince.'Vowfor, .
'r Communion 2nd Sunday known of all city mottoes. Dayton .
morning L 4 but It is certain that. the hard work of oue.
.W gerrlces. calls Itself "The city of l.OOO facto- For Walerwoi" nod Sewerage Bondff.
Guild meeting every first Tuesday : lies." Oklahoma City boasts that it is it may be made less b the use of an ax Against W.Ler"t'k..d Beweiat. Boud/.**

.- 1 i "the fastest growing" city in the fasti I that is made righL Try a "Diamondt lie Section aulhorlsedbytheeeeu.rodIa 4, Should tlifct iabittiMoe. of- 'aicl*, -dM"W vo'e nda, Seal-Slnppod Oysters

METHODIST. 'i est Itself growing"Tbe city state.that Chattanooga pays dividends.calls" Edge:" worth every cent it costa.r then said bond shall be lutnl acco-d og to served in all styles. .
( -- law whhousdei.y.nd" ll'e Cm.voil.hall.th.-
'Jaa."I' Mftcneupetor( ; j[ Augusta. Ga. does Its northern rival i fore auth Iminano provt"!*. b/ diaance forth
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>" morning and I honor la denning It/self as "the Lowell .redemption of said botjaa* inatuHty, and

F it "....venlng.'.. . .- I of-the south.,." "In Kalama oo," they for the payment of the IntoreiK I' .coolP kb.. Mnme. -. . .. .

.:fi' Sunday ScbooI9.45.. DL-J' M. -Lee i j tell us. "we,do," and the Kansas capital I Section That nil oi-dlnanoee or.n.f it( .hereof

., ,. ,#*, up. rint ndent. ,I I'i' does a bit of punning "Topeta. In conflict. berewrtb, be. and Uic ..m. are, r
*vf>" e wUL" "You'll! like Ta- hereby repeal ed. Youlws tsowfid.Bes.e4
lVp.14 a. :. .Kan., Topeka We have' a full line of .
Thta/reday Beads ant sod second tm by uu.u..o... t
and, Inviting a
PrayeV meeting every\ coma" was ao graceful fys Seeds Wa I tr
rouse_ at and pasaed in open session this fourth
,: liIbt. phrase that other clUe. have adoptedIt crow eactlywhai
a' every Saturday night. Diamond Edge Tools day of January, A. D.1I110. yon expect sod la
r .. Choir.. practice. with only Chang* la came. .; Ueal) T. W. ELLIS, .profusloand
,,,. ..ate.. Preafdentof Council. (;HT a' Klwimniee: Dcrieo*
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: .' !-. "'\":.FRATERNAL' :SOCIETIES. .Hie Early Home Coming."Doe . Our Furniture Department is full of Attest:,.OTLBKRT., \ Ilnn

... your: nosbaod a latchkey S tMud
,--- : carry Real Values CI.rk of the Cityof gjaalmmeo.
lira. HOmrbodyr a
e.j' ,.. MASONIC. "No. I never knew him to." Photography.
VI > 'Oru.K'e Blo om'Lodge, No. 80, F, &; "Oh. than be cornea In early: That Get our Prices on Chairs, Dining .renere bkke
PNt and third Mondayniofau I am prepared to make photogrfcph
.'A K., meets' most be due to your training 1C10 -
in Tables Bureaus c of all kinds at my studio located just hind
In each month at 7.80 o'clock' 1 1Not In the least Then" alwayssxnpe cQIsqut -' -
above the Midland
Ry., on
e :;.Fraternity Hall. ODe up when ht gets home la tb..moeplnY.Chicago *outsidel RILRRITac.
.J. M. Hansell, 'W. M. Record-neraht Washstands, Bed Mattresses and Spriugs or will go anywhere to make Bs..K,1.LLTHEO.

7 --, '< W,. M. Canon, _"'etary. -- -- views. Prices reasonable.
I The Great Majestic Range J. A. LANCASTER.
e 1tNIQ t-: mAs.. Notice to fisherman. -- --- .

.' Friendship 0010iclm, ktin every Notice Is hereby given that the law New Brarrett Range and Stove, Q. HOFFMAN CHASr DAYTXW
Wednesday nightgat 7 Fratarnlty against seining the lakes of Ibis county

HlL :, will'! hereafter: lie etntOy-enfowed. All National Insurance Gasoline Range and Stove The Ho.Tmau Painting Company:'

_,__ F. C. Br.nebaDcelor! commander.R parties interested will take notice' and. ;
4 -- ; O.Meek Lceeperot; records! and seal. govern_!thcmselvesj.ccorrtiilKjy.Sheriff: Perfection Coal Oil Stove. .
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Xm 1 If you try us once Leading Painters o? Kisslmmee

i i \ ;OSCEOLA: CAMP NO. 79, w. 0; w. I fO Sale.
second and fourth
1 Meeting Dighta i youwillbesuretocomoagainOsceola --- --
rf Tuesdays* at 7.Z::O p m. I Ten acres good tiucking land adjoining
C. C. city ?'imitu, fe.ied 6 acres under
,, 'H. T. Stanford. ; ; "
OUR MOTTO: "Best of workmanship, best of material\, cheapest of prices, ;
l well. Price
r.. WxB. Johnson, Clor:. plow; flowing $ "
if daairod. We also have lOOOj.term. has brought us since six years all the work we could do. Only contented cut

I for sale on terms, and can suit anyone to men and much praise. Twenty-four years experience. All we ask of you]

9t I Gen. 0. 0, Howard Post G. A. R. I desiri'-g 2-tf: an excellent'NELSON investmet.t.REALTY Co.SE" "dw. is to continue your confidence in us and we'll do the rest.

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cordially invited. E D-S FIELD SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLII

!; O. DERBYSHIRE, 13 E. TAKBOX.Adjutant. ,. VEOfcTABLB '
Commander. The Oldest Established Seed House in Florida .
i BY MAIL ORDER '

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Some of the finest trucking land in'i WAL10N SEED CO.. 7 Otc.. St.. Jnctnctl'vllle Com.pdoy Garden, Field and Flower Seed, Poultry Supplies and Remedies, Recleaned BirdSeed
' $' Florida. Will furnish house to Hv in Ploridevlvt.
': and other employment in clearing land r U1IrySuppU.; .. .'OMctiotd, *!.Wriie Incubators. Write for Catalogue.

" ; '4, plowing and other work. Party must for C..l"IU.. . Phone 4277 2Oft B. Bay Street JACE: 'iONVILLE. FLORIDA1"
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