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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 25, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00426
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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large number of citizens'were: '! presentand --Q'P J I[the.Intestines,-where it remains tin de- ; ::

-COMMANDER[ CHIEF[ : enjoyed the exercises to the fullest 3 ..- ... -.troved" by proper treatment. fXRfRlfNCfOfARMfR!
extent. The members of the company Board of Trpde Meeting While the Hookworm inhabits the '

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promoting this colony Were also presentand .... .. .. intestines, the female lays: thousands of L.--.L- --.j-jL

U 'Of the Grand Army of the Republic\ were highly/entertained,and pleased ... .. r '1"ic eggs.> These eggs cannot hatch In the Says It Requires Less', fertilizer to I'

Pays Official Visit to the Townof by the children's work.It .' The regular meeting of the Kisslmmee, 'Board of Intestines, but pass from the body, and Produce Vegetables Here Than "Anywhere'
LR in ,
"- 'Is. understood that a.new concrete the coil where the'neeeuary warmth,
Trade will be held on Monday'night.. February 28th Earth '
Si. Cloud and hatch on '
sidewalk will be built at once to extend Inolstup! are present they: ,

: '\0\ Crom the raUro *..tatIon to'the b..k' at 7:50: o'clock, and a full'attendance 'of 'the mem-; and are than ready to reinfeet tha person i" , : ....

l his'has. been a notable week in this building. The new bank building is bers'is requested, as !matters of extreme importance with whose skin. they coma, in The following letter (le from one of p

colonly: and the events'of the past few ,about completed and will be ready for contact our newcomers, who is thoroughly; qual- t

days will go down in the history of the occupancy within a abort time. will be discussed, and the several standing commlt'J' Dr. Byrd gave data showingthat at avery {fled to write on' the subject as he hs* .
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town as epochs of Its history. Saturday New arrivals -continue .to come in tees to serve during{ the year will be appointed, conservative estimate 25 per cent 'farmed in different portions of 'the> .. ,

tb.eeati6art oLthem __ ...L--- -- o>{t the-worker of Florida-ar infected United States HGlettsfli eondastvaTroof i '
S. .Commander"JnChief : every, ayand -'---
.Hon I., Van Salt - -- ---] .;'D.M-sHI :------E.Tr-LHSLHY:; : : :
of, .he Grand Army: of the Republic have come to stay. They one and all and that the working faculty of this 25er > of our contention1 that it requires; f

arrived. and delivered two stirring express their delight at the wonderful Secretary.. President > cent-ia reduced' 20 per cent. According less fertilizer to produce vegetables here ''

patriotic addresses which were listened.to development of -the colony and the '. to authentic reports' the valueof than In any other part of_this country:

all of the soil in Florida .ia ,
by: au4tl.nceaof enthusiastic veteransand magnificent strides toward a large town products -

colonists': Accompanying: him was this place has taken within a few T fifty million dollars per year. Taking Kbahnmee, Fla., Feb.'22: \910.- ,

months. this u the basis for computation the Editor Valley Gazette ry
Ex-Covernor.John. Lind of Minnesota,
spoke Immense Trucking Fields Hookworm disease actually costs the Will you give an old' pioneer a little
who also to the citizens in a highly ,
I intelligent an/1 scholarly: manner PLANT CITY IN LINE state two million *five hundred thousand, of your valuable space. This morning-. t r ''rA

Saturday evening during a heavy rain I' dollars per: year. Realizing this, the I[ heard a man talking about" th. lands ,

State Board of Health has made arrangements in this district and ha said
nothing ,
Commander Van.,San\.. spoke at a rous- follows 'Kissimmee's'lead in Mailing At. the Rate Ground 'is Being Prepared Every whereby any parson in" the would grow from this soil I without fertilising. "'.: 9
ing fire, and the audience which 'i
;
camp
braved the storm ware amply: repaid by I' OutCopies of the Local Paper.The Available Acre Around Kissimmee will Be state so afflicted may be cured i. e..7ifany Now Mr. Editor, I.was tarn ., J' n'f

cannot afford to for his : and reared on a farm. I have been a I)
in Within the Next Year. person pay
his words of'cheer and encouragementSui Plant.City Board of Trade has Planted Vegetables
.' his children.' treatment the farmer all of life and .
,
own or my a fairly successful
day morning the& Commander spent- subscribed for thirty copies of the Cour-
Board is to for it. -I rev.
willing! one. am now nearly ntv
could pay ;
In viewing the town and meeting the ier for sending to people Jn- various the beautiful '
than the
There are many things in more big The think of vital importance 'which years of age and do not have to work" . .
'comrades who desired see him. At parts of the country with a view to Informing the 'wonder flowers of the alamanda and thebell.haped
excite yellow
,
of improvements to the Board is so anxious to make generally any more and what money I have I ,.; ,
2 p. m. another.large meeting was held them of the advantages and red of .
and admiration of those who visit our ones the hibiscus known is the fact that a largeDer have made' farming. I hay* traveled! J
In the assembly tent and the audience of the city and the surrounding here end there ,
resources that growing the verdant -
town occasionally, but of our among cent of our people are suffering from Maine to Oregon and from the' ,;1 t.
heard straightforward addresses by section. It should have been three claims their first at- vegetables, which have flowers of '
trucking industry from, this malady which saps their British Columbia boundary' Florida, 'r
Maj. John McElroy, the man who is hundred, but thirty is a great deal better tention. their own. So it can be readily seen oL, ,:t.
mind and I
their have
vitality 'impairs destroys never found a place where ,
responsible for the founding of the col- mostFlorida towns do by their
{ than that in this'gun-kissed
Two years ago there were less than country one can their\ energy and, weakens their body. the farmers used as little fertilizer M I vi
l ony Judge Nevius, past Commander in As a business proposition it pleXaure
both and from
t papers. six acres of ground in and around Kissimmee produce profit That"the disease is easily cured, and they do right here. How they can' ..
j [ Chief of the G. A. R.. lion John King, would pay every town in the state to the soil? and by combining a vegetableand i
used for the growing of vegetables that by the general observance of proper raise the fine vegetables they do, two of t
pension agent, Washington, and Commander ( send abroad one or two or three hun- flower garden, cater both to hi.acqul.itive '
for export, while today there are. sanitary measures may be stamped and three crops a year with so little :,
Van Sant. Monday morning dred of its local so that the
paper t
copies and artistic nature. Apart
nine hundred thousand, i fertilizer U I have
between an l a out a mystery to me. ,
11, 'brignt and early Comrade McElroy andfrij i receiving them might get an ac- ;
people from what nature has done which I.I is
months there These the around here .
and within the next eight sanitary measures are simple seen people turn a u
the other guests were about greeting idea of life in Florida as it is
curate considerable this be
to the most '
ought y
will be fully twice that number. I and consist simply in the proper disposal couple of old cows Into a field for a' "
they met and listening to the No intelligent man can
everyone actually .lived.
artificially beautiful portion of the
of the human excrement which month or less and call that fertilizing
I ; opinions, good and bad, of all. In the read a lively, enterprising, enthusiastic Beginning on the north with the cel-I I State. The soil' and climate are here .1I
the Where there not the field. In old home .1
contains Illinois
my m
and tomato eggs.
afternoon Hon. W. H. Lynn presidentof Florida for long without becoming ery, lettuce, cabbage gar-I'
paper very and it has been shown by actual demonstration -
this in the had 160 I from four to
consists
acres. kept
the Seminole Land and Investment anxious to aee personally what den of the Carroll Brothers, the< whole i'I proper sewerage
i' is almost continuous truck I how easily our yferdc and gardens usa of sanitary buckets in closets, the twelve head of cattle all the time, and ,
u arrived, and the entire party about. And it country one .)
Company, he has been reading any
be made things of and
,. the west side j can beauty buckets to contain a little water and a never less than four horses, sometimes ;. ...
to Edgewater, on
garden
spent the day inspecting the improvements j chronic kicker should object that thepapers
is' joys forever. cupful of crude oil, or some other equi- more than that number. The cattfo and
that have taken place in" the are not as much in earnest and of the lake, while the eastern shore 1 s '
valent disinfectant. horses were always kept at night 4
colony the past few months. Arrangements and enthusiastic as they beinerapidly; cleared and put in condition up
capable
as
i
: Anyone desiring more light on this through the summer. Ip the winter "
for the IMPORTANT MEETING
were also made for new and extensive -ought to be, you can just tell him thai same purpose. |
subject is invited to write to the State my stock were all kept up and fed. All 't,
improvements by the Land ,, the method we suggest will infallibly Every vegetable known can be grown .
Board of Health at Jacksonville for the manure was' scattered l in tha. fields, I'' '
Company which,will be started at once.. i make them so. here In the greatest abundance and at Held Anent the Traction tine from "I.
TimesiJias such information, and those suffering/ we were,Very careful to see that nOn', t +
At 8 p. m. a large audience gathered \ In ita own experience The seasons that make them profitable, but

in the tent to"; hear the results of the !i learned of the great influence that can eggplants, celery, lettuce, tomatoes Sanfon* to Kissimmee are urged to seek treatment from their of it was wasted then the hog'pens .

visit of these men, and they were not 1 be brought to bear upon intelligent and Irish potatoes, pepper, cauliflower, I, family physician who will no doubt be and chicken houses had tQ be .kept ,j '

disappointed. That the Land Company !desirable northern and western peopleby turnips and melons have proved the |i Dr. Bennet ofOrlando, has been for glad to give them thorough and full Instructions clean and it was all utilized for far ,'.

means to be square and fair in their4ealingalh the constant reading of a newspaper greatest money makers. I'I apme time past interested in the con as to how to aid in prevent- ttiizer. In that way w. kept humus In :

the colonists was very that gives space to local affairs and It requires three days from the'time | struction of a traction line from San- ing the spread of the disease. the ground and raised fairly good crops. . t

that ford via Winter Park and Orlando to Even with all the fertilizer we,,'could ten":
the help and support events. It has happened a out of a Kissimmee
picked
they are
there is no doubt but large number of tourists have subscribed to fresh vegetables on the Kissimmee. A few days ago he was FINE SPECIMENS put on, we would have to keep changing q

garden put here and asked the appointment of a the crops to keep the ground ,Ifduclng.
pro
will become later
: I a thriving for the Weekly Times, promoting eastern man's table aH those. who 4
within a'year. the list committee from the Board of Trade to If you will show me a farmer
people themselves to daily aa ,
afford it hesitate to a Grown
never pay Of Radishes and
can by
Turnips
i tiomrade McElroy has pledged his honorat I their interest gre7 and it is actually for stuff during the attend a meeting to discuss this matter. .. or gardener in any of the Eastern Mid -
fancy -price
/ u far as possible every veteran I surprising how large a proportion be- winter months. green This meeting was accordingly held in Mr. Joseph Nimits. die or Western States thatuses aa little lac

I Orlando Wednesday, and was attendedby fertilizer as is used here around Kissim ,
i
snail be treated fairly and squarely, come citizens or investors. Regular The land throughont this entire I Exceptionally fine specimens ot radishes .

and as evidence of this fact it was an- readers begin to feel a deep interest in is peculiarly adapted to the representatives from Sanford and and turnips were presented to the mee, I will show you a farmer or'ear- -
county ; '
nounced that any veteran who had the people o"f the locality in which the growing of fruits and vegetables and Orlando, also by the following Kissimmee Valley Gazette this week by Mr. Joseph dener whose land Is not a success The' s

allotments of which there which is followed bya gentleman namely: Messrs. JohnM. people all appear to be well, to do her, I';
is ,
published
acreage upon paper the fact that there are immense lakes Nimits, which were grown in his mag- .
Lee. W. S. Alyea. H. C. Stanford, they all have plenty as far as I can :
see
I. timber with them and
1 at present any or turpentinecuts sense Of acquaintance and, streams /through/ this section nificent truck garden in the eastern

will be allowed to ,change them for their affairs, and nothing is more natural makes trucking a lucrative business in A. E. Donegan, M. J. Hicks, E. S. suburb ot Kissimmee. *The radisheswere The fresh vegetables grown in 'this 'i
Beeland and, C. A. Cars n.' country should enable the hotels to dispense i
land that is in should drift there
equally as good cleared than that they
of
And if a peculiar shape being
which to engage. an unprecedented very d''' "
so far as it Is able to be done It was when-they desire to come south either dry spell should prevail, thereis "It was thjougbt that the subscription flat and resembling the glove worn by a with the inferior canned goods in,' , '
ofa, reasonable amount of stock by the serving their and must ba 1
,
also announced that the entire section for a temporary change of climate or a artesian water -to be obtained any- baseball catcher and measured seven pueets they; > .

will be tho ulI.'hly'cleared within threeyeah permanent change of ,hom .Tampa where In thle-vicinity in the > greatest I people along the line,' that the road I inches' wide one and one-half Inc 'ea Considerably cheaper Nothing,, would ," '. .
could be built. It will be'retailed that I deter homeseeker.more from Invest*j' '.fit
"
at 'the longest As a beginning Times. abundance, which makes a failure Impossible through and 'eleven inches in' length ',. .:'
'announces that Commissioners of Daceo- about a year ago a company to constructpiis ing in our land than, when coming from"the I
the company arrangements [TheCounty *- while the turnips were .of. the 'species
will be commenced at for subscribe for thousand line was ,organised by the cold ice-clad North to this countryof
once a la county one We do not censure our friends In the known as the "cow horn, an4u : '
Grand Army i Th'e company Gazette and the election ot a president, secretary, sunshine and growing vegetation he '
building Copies of the Valley North and West for discrediting some twelve inches long and fifteen inches. in ,
the copies to be, treasurer and board directors. Aftera should be fed on the canned products off j
Trade
will furnish two lots material pay Board of for fifty of the wonderful stories told about the circumference.Mr. .

the taxes and assessments and give to mailed weekly during the year to parties -. amount of our people make lengthy discussion, the officers were Nimits' states that these two vegetables : the store There is ho 'more potent

the G. A, R. a lease of the property to in ,the north. : .and west.-_EDITOR.' ] growing vegetables money from an acre of advised that as soon as they had a def were pulled from he groundjust factor than a good hotel' ta the:upbuild, '\(' . .
inite business like proposition to submit ing of ato-n but'
people comingfrom'Northern
there Post here. j
last'as long as js a land, but we wish to assure them that sixty days from the date of plant,1

The Post in turn must put up the buildIng KISSIMMEE item of that character appearingIn for the construction of this line ing which story would be discreditedwere I states. to.,* semi-tropical region -, ,.,,
every that Kissimmee would be ready to subscribe do not care to be fed from Baltk '
; '
hall for their
i maintain it .
- and as-a the Valley Gazette can be substantiated it not told by a man of undisputedIntegrity ;.
I for her share of the stock. more and Kansas City.'
own purposes. It is understood that Will Install'a of Waterworks by affidavits of its truthfulness.. as they are the largest specimens They get
System l l" ;'
This matter will be more thoroughly enough of that at home.
the lots selected are on Mass. ave. and I When we printed the story that Mr. ever seen in this section of such' '

I.1. V 11th street One of the best and most and Sewerage. Ira Weatherby sold $1,034.00 worth of considered and definite plans probably quick growth,, although we produce There la no,place that I ,have see., 'v: 'y "" /

h useful things the company has done is Chadron, Neb.. Feb. lltb. 1910.. eggplants from a short three quarters taken. up at a later dataINSTRUCTIVE- more big things, wonderful.'y things, have"visited! that canr,raise. nicer gardens oey'' ,. '- "

't'j ,\f provide a corner lot for a post office' Mr. Editor: of an acre, we stated only: -a fact and sweet things and better things than any "hav..mo..beautiful-.lIQl'I'ODDdIDga than" : 'r'cp ;
!: .
r' which it ia nnderstood will be just south I herewith enclose you a half dollar if anyone continues to doubt that state- LECTURE other section of country on,earth.. this The country Is pecu1Iari7'adapteil. b
cultivation" : &adt
to the of vegetables "
,
) of th..bank building. The building will for six months subscription to your ment. Mr. Weatherby stands ready to '
i be of brick and, will be commenced judging from the preparation now be'
t. make affidavit to its truthfulness BIG LAND DEAL

.',.'.xsdtfofc the ned four weeks. Arrange paper.My family and I feel that we cannot If anyone doubts the statement that By Dr. Hiram Byrd on the Subjectthe made, and the Intention-expressed. by ) .* S
the Investors, the track ,;
gardens aroundKissimmee
1r menta,wflrtfsoft 1 made for: a uniform get along without this paper so full of Mr. R P. Hansen brought to this officeon Uoo -onn: .
for clearing the tracts Nelson Realty! Co.: Sells Six Hundred will increase a hundred fold.. ..
rate to be paid up push and life. the 12th of January six bunches of .
I6 t", taT W/U WINN, M. D.J] Wlut'waaorm& a'lot of ,ptoa groves;
r of land. We are watching with much Interest celery that weighed nine pounds which Aaes East of Town k
now rapidly being cleared off. and the "'
-r: President Lynn expressed\ himself the result of your boost for a waterworks was grown on Cypress Island one mile On Tuesday: at noon Dr. Hiram Byrdof >
0 of land deals of the land prepared for cultivation; will at ,
One the largest no
tielnghighly pleased at the remarka- and sewerage' system for it Is from Kissimmee, we are prepared to the State Board of Health, accompanied '

e i growth-of the colony and also of I. certain that most of your future prosperity furnish the doubting Thomas with afar by Prof. Rose executive secretary week was consummated on Tuesday distant date be abundantly growing tomatoes '
when the Nelson Realty Co. sold'' six English peas; snap beats ea-,.
spledoil sight chosen for the liberty and development depends upon davit of the Rockefeller Commission for ;
I
fva Florida avenue. He said that installing such a system.: Sanitation Is In fact more money was mode by the Eradlction of the Hookworm Disease, hundred acres of choice land lying between cumbers, beets, celery; 'every .vegeta ?
and St. to Mr. bin that can be in other ?
have park made around the that be arrived in KisBimmee. Kissimma Cloud grown any part
would a one of the conditions cannot truckers the put season in this section -
of Kans. 'The of tha'State. : t r
f'and-wanted to have a fountain of this of of with Dr. W. L. Winn C. W. Johnson Allison. ,.
.p overlooked in day progress than by those in any other portion They.went to : -
but ta Irrigation wilt;pier l no looonsld.rbl. +' r'
not stated it understood
paid was
,
water located there.St We are anxious to spend next winterin the South, becau >. Kissimmee is on the St. Cloud. where Dr. Byrd had been price f "

-. Kissimmee. If you succeed in your main and direct Una of railroad transportation called in his official capacity to invest to be high into Jflve figures, as part in the success of the, trade grow: .. ?'i\\:!
j the of best in this sri, and the artesian walls already .
is the
t
sec 01)'f.:
land some
News Items. i itlon.
Cloud effort we will be with you. The delightful to the Eastern markets and I I gate sanitary conditions. On 'their
twined are silent witnesses to the fact-
I The contract hss been let for making climate and many possibilities of la far enough south to produce the ten- return Dr. Byrd stated that he had "' ., :-i.: !
Mr. Johnson will begin at once getting that there will be no aeucttyiot"wat "
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artesian well on the land surrounding your section will Induce many Northerner derest vegetables in the middle of winter made as thorough an investigation aa for the .- a:,
an In for : : ce
the electric station and the water to migrate. Sincerely yours, the time at which all green truck his limited-time permitted, and that, he the ground shape planting.and I came hen after reading" the pap.ea--: .- s ,

obtained,will be used as a supply G. W. HARMONY. brings the highestprice.The found no evidence whatever that there expects to enter largely- Into truck- you so kindly sent ma.-- ':' ,.

thus the whole town and a firstclass land on which these remarkable I I Is or had been a single case of typhoid Ing and fruit growing, as the soil'iewell : o. 1'. U
$ for Florida I but his '
Picturesque fitted for that
k/
water system will be established. This crops are grown is sold at exceptionallylow fever there. That the report that there '',I main will be alfalfa purpose, and be hast (ani.Of Thanks; /. '\$ ..; !

will b* followed\ by a sewerage system, That neat little monthly magazine, published figures and is being rapidly: takenup had been evidently eminated from crop sowing the seed. Whlttler.'Fla., Feb. 22.'1910.. '

which will be of inestimable value to at Orlando by O. C. Wike, comes by persons from the North and Sources unfriendly to the Colony and already begun Editor Valley; Gazette: 1"" ,' qQ

y Senator Lynn is greatly interested mighty near being the best thing we receive West, who realize that it is much easierto desirous of doing mischief.On At the rate land in that locality la The undersigned desires through tha 'f.ti; ?

the town.in the lake front of the towns in the line of a magazine representing make a living on five acres of groundin Tuesday evening a small but appreciative being taken up it will not be long be- medium of your esteemed journal.to':' : \ '' g".4
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fore the entire country: between Kis express: his gratitude to those kind ,
a
peo-
entertained
i
; propose to spend a the entire State of Florida. Florida, growing vegetables, than it audience were of the St. Cloud
and the company and St. Cloud will 'be pie Colony who so
simmee one immense
sum of money in improving the I The February number, just i received, is on one hundred and sixty acres in the and usefully instructed by Dr. Byrd in nobly voluntarily and with unwearied d,
large and
"k' shore and the land approaching it. Asa gives much interesting matter from all West, growing corn and wheat. the High: School Auditorium. His address truck garden orange grove. patience attended on his' wife 'daring ,gyp=

r starter, there will be a large pier of over the State.. ,, together with many A glance at the l luxuriant gardens. of quite comprehensively covered the I M. Gardner left her. Their last kindness illness. in proviagthenieelvctvTriends : . :, 4F,
{L loin.'
on Tuesdayfor
yr .thousand feet in length constructed pretty pictures. This is the magazineto this section now filled with all kinds of Hookworm disease in- all its phases..1 indeed in time of need wWev.r, .
one Ga. to make the '
.II i will give a landing for boats and read and send North. It contains succulent vegetables, is enough to con- The beginning pf the disease Is the so- I.I Cairo, acquaintance be remembered and a God speed is e* !'"",.y Y'' .' a ,
her
of newest
,, promenade for the people. just the matter the Northern' peopleare vince the moat skeptical that Kissim called "ground itch" Its passage Is granddaughter' tended to those generous hearted peo-' .t ,+a ;

n ,Washington's-Lajine birthday was fittingly! hungry for, and its wide dissemination mee is the garden spot of the word.: I through the skin into the blood vessels, which was born on the 20th to Mr. and pie. ,tg yc V' 'm ,
k Mrs. W. T. Crawford. Mrs. Crawfordwill With the wish that the fttture : '"
observed Tuesday by exercises -onTthhe will bring many homeseekers to And although a growing garden is a whence it tarried in the blood streamto ; be remembered as Miss Jesna Gardner reveal some means whereby their kind k

near, the Liberty pole.y. Florida The February number tells beautiful sight to those who love the Mje lungs. Here passing through the ness can b* more suitably rewarded, .j" 1",

Common children under the careful training about the Everglades.!: Florida's won beauties of nature many lovely flowers thin membrane separating the blood and her numerous friends here and that they and thai colony may proa--: .,,' ," ;d

.chool their teacher, Miss Hattie Leach, derful Sea Gardens are described and which thrive and bloom here the year vessels from the air cells, it passes up- join with her in rejoicing over the per beyond their fondest expectations" '' '
- of is the e
that she-'has been heartfelt wish of.
t appropriate exercises consisting there are sketches of Arcadia, Miami I round could,be interspersed, giving the ward through the air passages to the great mitted blessing to enjoy. per- Their devoted friend. n ''o w

c of gave songs, recitations and a flag drill. AE and Leesburg. whole a picturesque effect Nothing I I throat there being swallowed reaches .# ELM EK R. DABS. y I e


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rT "SII'BULbOt/ ; : ) K MICROBES I If! SCAlP .Proclamation. --',ty" tbe I Mayor. ,. WORDS E. A', GILBERT I ; *


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Nolle of ftpeolal Election tmdsr and. b<- rlr Many a Household.

The, Latest. Explanation Is That ....of tba authority vested In m* as- Mayor of Find Them So. BUILDER
CONTRACTOR and :
REAL ESTATE Microbes the Clt,o'KlMlmmM' br the (following Ordiaanca To bav.the pains and aches of" bad .. ,
r Cause of laid Ctty. tAN '
back removed to be free from
entirely
.mwvm-%%.mm*%.*%.*.. < 6RDINA.NUE providing\ for the Ismiano b,. ;
1t annoying, dangerous 'urinary disorders '
INSURANCE. ii, Baldness, ,, f tha City of Klsslmmee of Bond In Certain [is enough to make any kidney' enterer 'Plans and Estimates Furnished :
'" Amounts for the Purpose of Installing a Municipal grateful To tell how this great changecan / .

t. Professor Unna of Hamburg, Germany Syatetn Waterwoiks and 1I..or."o'l be brought about will prove comforting $ .doR
and for the Babmlmlaiv of the .' .
words to hundreds of 'KlMim.meareaders. .4
: Examination of Titles'a and.Dr. Sabourand of..parjpFrance, Buah IsiuaitcoUo an Ele'tlon of the Qualified. ; ..* ; .. .'.. AGENT. I 1

__,- Specialty' :::: .' ... U_. the share hair the mTcrobai'honor': -of--'-having:----" '--discovered--_. ," Elector Whereas,of the Said Installation Qty.: and.'operation 'of a I Mrs. M-,L.Fla.Outlaw, says: Pr"I-0.was- BoxV greatly<96Klssimmee ,' The Famous' Mange Pumps' foh .Irri I'I'n.'and 'Drainage; 60,000 to-" "

municipal ayalem of Waterworks and Sewerage be hour v
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few benefited by Doan's' Kidney Pills and 1. 1.600.DOO gallons
Baldness It not caused through a
I la doomed uooeMMry br lb.Council of the. City out of gratitude, I recommend them to Gasoline niir\s 2'to 60 H. P. .Steirji, Engines, 6 toi 200 H. P.
Correspondence 9 Solicited. weeks", work of these hair' microbes, of Kisslmmee,and anyone suffering from -.kidney trouble. '
ir'1. -'I but is the result of> ;conditions broughton Whereas It will be &.eesraryytohond Ibo City 1 was a Victim of this complaint for Boilers Any ite.- ; ,
.nT--L-LLU-n.irji-UJ -f 11- -'- I--- - by their presence.. Baldness may not inordor to provld the funds wltb'whic6 to some time, my greatest suffering! being Stamped e al.Shiniles, CeilW i *and-' uUide Walla-Any Design.-',
oo0sttuoland: malntalu Milch Waterworks' from pains in my back andthrough my .i
fLORIDA SAli occur until years after the microbes began Bewerago System, and '' kidneys. I could not;:rest and in the MONUMEN1
4 [ REAt[ [ (ESTATE FOR work, but jt,is certain to" come soon human, the axixtlng legal' bonding/capacity morning my back, was so lame I could IRON FENCES'AND. (

er or later. +, of the Cltjr, based upou the Teel asseujlinBiitroll hardly begin the day's -work.\ The kid- . '. "
'4 Beautiful whit f home sites situated The microbes cut oft the blood supply. of lixili,avalUblo this purpose Is 143,458.9(1, ney secretions were also unnaturalglv. ,. ,' . .
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.la the Lake Region i J Florida. They feed on the fatty matter about the Therefore Oity of Ki.xtmmeeSuction be It'onlalnod bjr. the Council of I ing conclusive disordered.proof tried'several that mykidneys : S..
were remedies
i Trucking and Farming Lands' In larger the roots of thehair, through' which 1. That under and by virtue of the I. but theyfailed to help me. Read "'" "' ..... .. ""' "" .. "'..
.. '. small tracts. the blood la_absorbed.! FInallythAiatty. power_ TBiiUyl..Jn.! v.Jl.lLDL..K1aW.uJmOll..bt.J.ingo f-Doatt-'.-Kidney-PiIIsI--detenntn- ": - 1RPrteITMAOM. .
-: '--Cl'1'YPR R TY A matter consumed, the food supply of \'bol.ler [Milfi' Acts of 1QU). Laws of Florid" the ed to try,.them and procured a box from iMJL MAOM.
SPECIALTY shall lasue Iti bonds fur the of Forty
y City sum the Kissimmee Drug Co. They noon
List your property with me for quick the hair is gone and it starves and final- Three Thousand and No-100 DqI1.... In. Forty freed me from pain, strengthened my I'
ly dies. three bouda to be tyl -"Walerwocks: and kidneys and regulated the passages of MACH BROS.
.sales. KcBorcin'ia one of the most effective sewerage boudmof denomination of One the kidney secretions. \
destroyers discovered. Beta I Thousand dollars each, drawing Interest payable For sale by all dealers. Price.50 cts.
i H. BREAKER germ ever snml-aunuallr, at the rate' of six per runt Foster-Milburn Co.,. Buffalo, N. Y., sole
Stable.
I and Sale '
Is powerful absolutely Fed f fWOODf
most yet Livery
Box 178 KISSIMMEE FLA. Naphthol a per aufcuni., maturing,lit Thirty Years from agents for the United States. ,,
t safe germicide and antiseptic' data of InHimuoe follows: Fire bonds in Five Remember the name-Doan's-'and _.. 1
-,---=1- '. r"- which prevents development of germ Yuan Five' Bond.In Ten Tears Fire Bonds Ik take no other. -:-DRAYINQ i

matter, and creates a clea, healthy. Fifteen. Years, Eight Bonds In" Twenty Years, :'" I ___ _: n ; ,

': Osceola County condition. Ten Bonds lionds In Thirty In Twenty-Five Year.. and the Years lnterat, and Ten..DdprlDelp.1 Notice of Final :Settlement> and | Everything Now and First-Class. We will g

Pilocarpine, although not a coloring payable In gold or Its equivalent at for i RonIcrPrompt and( Satisfactory ,Sor-
matter or dye, is an ingredient well established the office of the Treasurer of aald City, said Application Discharge. vice Night All Kinds
Abstract CompanyG. for It power to restore natural bond. to-be Isaued for the purpose of Installingand Notice In hereby given that the .lunduralgnndu Dalea1y
: constructing municipal aystera of Water Aclmilllnfrstor of the 'Ifrtst of Jerry M. Hauling. .
color to humaiv4ir when loss of color ft
worka and tiawtrag* lu said Oil,. l'otier.deceed. will on Saturday July '2nd.
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---- - has been caused by a disease. Section 2. 1'h..a Election\ be held at as 1U10, make float settlement with the County AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE113. t tA

P. GARRETT, Manager. Borax, because of its well-defined, sqf-! early date.. practicable which the ques- Judge of Oicoola! County, State of Florida and ::,.y.. "..... .a .. ".- n. 5.a. n .a ...... a...
tening and cleansing properties, Is most .Hoiitto be submitted to- ...,tors of paid City .pph'.Ior final discharge.said Administrator : '"
having the qualifications prescribed by Section Dec.22, 1009.! E. L. D. OTBIMTHJCItT
scalp and
useful in the treatment of _
Real estateTitles lUiO. of the Uenoral Htitulet" of the State of Administrator Estate of z--==:- -- ----vi -
hair diseases. Glycerine acts as a stimulant chill be the IxHunnoe. ol gald buiKla and .... . .
... examined and reported on Florida /5J-fit-mo.: J err) M. I'otter. kw..www\.a..a..a..sw.\\.w.... ss S e ts1 =
Taxes -for non-residents to the hair bulbs, and hasaaooth- tho Mayor Hhall forthwith IMSIIO. his. proclamation .. -
paid .- -- -- -- -- - --
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influence. for wind cl ctlun.Hrctlou i WHAT IT MEANS f
Instruments relating. to real estate ing healing and nourishing ,
8. That the form of the Ballot to bii 1
.carefully drawnCorrespondence' Alcohol is indispensable in medicine be- used: at .aidleotli>n xhail be. substantially as Notice of Final Settlement and i Many people d)not know what a Bank's Capital' II IR for, or the difference between -
: a bank of little or no capital and OliO wkli a large oapllal.A .
'I. Solicited.Bargains. cause of its antiseptic, stimulating and follows: Application for Discharge.TO .
OKf'ICIM( BALLOT Municipal Bonding i HANK'H CAPITAL AND 8UKPLC8In

. .. . preservative qualities. Kindlon A. D. 1UIU City of KllICjm.n.ue.I"I"rlo' ALL WHOM IT MAY c'nSCKR\ j the fund that protertvthe. depositor\ *from I<.H I, ihnrufort tho larger It is the i
- ------- -- --- We want every one who has scalp or '... : greater protection the diipotilors havu. rule bank hen a ji
Notice In\ that the ed
hereby given unclernlci>
Hair Capital or.. .. .' . . ......000 l ICI> ,
hair trouble to try Kexall 93" Make a tiros. innrk (xj)iM'fore the Question of .. guardian of Ira M. ice, minor will on Monday Surplus fuud ..I.. ... .. .r I >,'tNHi (nl
Tonic, which contains all these ingre sour choice.Vot ) tlm'l'Jth day of Juiir, A. D. I'.IIU. atCI, < i htockhiililera'liability . . M.lKXl: (Hi ,
"* for MI"C.Kor o'clock a. in.. present my final retort for : dients. Ifit does not give you complete A total of . . .. Itl.t.m"" nil :
R'aterwork and Sewerage ls*>ndH.Agaiiiht In the County J lid II""onVo In Oecurile .
satisfaction in every ryirticular. we will e This meaiin that wu muMt I I..., , 'tINIbdur..r> . dfpoAltoia. cowl loss a :
Uaturuorks anIHt.oraKo Bonds. County,.Florida and will imply to nal'l .
I ceut. This I proteotluu In ror'C.r.
return you every penny you paid UH for Kectiott I. KUotlld tht iHHuaiiou of said bonds Court for my discharge! as Kuardlan of .Hald :

In all kinds of Real Estate. it, for the mere asking and without .In- million1Iby tluirwjuirbd twothird."ote.. minor. jCuiN M. LKK STATE BANK; OF KISSIMMEE. i
Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's question or formality.Of : I hcn 0'.1, hinds shall 10.l UBU I'1' h""tc\el".n'l the. uncll Hhatl 11 brel -
Fertilizers. Rent- course you understand that when l I.r.eeerhl Iviuunrti, provide' by. onlinanru |foriliu.ruilfin KIa.I ...I M'M'ai.,. FL.C:>""DA_ ;:

ing and. Collecting Rents a we say that Rexall "93" Hair Tonic |Anon' of said bonds at maturity a'd C. A. ARSON J11" M LEII: S. B <'AH ON :
Taxes paid for the the .**********+****....**** President 1'ul..l'...ddout Ceahleras =
Specialty. will grow hair we do not refer to canes for the 'y."ut| of h.Ie..t11>011 Maine ..
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Non-residents. the Kvctioti rThat allordlurnooorpert.lucre- < .wow..r..wnw..wn..wwwwwfww.f.
where the rpots are entirely dead | SALTED :
i of in conflict herewith 1><'. and the name are,
pores of the scalp closed and the head I .

; R. O. MEEKKissimmee has the shiny appearance of a billiard hereby Head a repealed.flrnt and Hccoud time bv unanimous { ALLIGATOR HIDES i ii. I tt+++++++t++++++++++++t+-F+++++++++++++++++++++
ball. In cases like this there is no hope.In consent Ruell....... in open season this fourth r;;
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all other cases of baldness Rexall day of January A. D. I'.iltl.sea' 1 BOUGHT BY THE
Fla. ( ') 1'. W. ELLIS. THE CASH STOREFirst
"93" Hair Tonic will hair or cost
grow President of Council, City of KuwlmmeaAttest I GROSSMAN LEATHER[ CO. :
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r. the user nothing. Two sizes, 50 cents :

and tl.OO. Remember you can obtain J. R. GILBERT : 75 Fifth Avenue i
Door North of Postoffice
,!, a41ssut .aeiuAs. Clerk of the City of KjMlmmce.
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Rexall Remedies In Kissimmee only at J NEW YORK CITY Jf
; &AcAt.1 IT.. M. Murphy sa Mayor of said CIIol } ............ e
M. our store, -the Rexall Store. Osceola and Decl.retb.t Write for our Catalogue showing :tlw ?
Klo lwme do hereby Proolslm t. I kinds ..nd&eo\ of Hides w.nted. Ji
There will SHOES HAT
find
Pharmacy. a 8i>oclal Election of the qualified votersof ,you. ,
:. Real Estate Agency.Realty _-- sold City will be held.the City Hall in old Waters & Carson fro. Co. I
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I. < i for Sale. City) ,daring the legal hours of voting,on Wednesday : DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, ]| .
.......-w....--.-......... I IY the 9th day of larch A., D. 1DIO, upon : OUR AGENTS J

Y .f and sold.) I Fine muck land for gardening, fine the question of bonding the City in the sum of ..****.**********......* I quality and lowest prices.
bought artesian water. An industrious man ",000.00. said Issue of bond. to be .issued upon .
Houses rented. .. can get 'rich farming 5 acres of this the terms and In the manner prescribed la the ----- - a110fllbeSdt 1

Taxes paid and Titles ver- said Ordinance Before
land. We also have Call Buying
any
orange groves
; J ified for non-residents. The following<|Ualed, voters are hereby ap- KODAK FINISHING
'' I size; town property, vacant and im- polnlnd to unrve an officers of win. Election: I
Fire, Life and Accident In- ""' proved We are prepared to serve you, R. D. Uul.-... n'. rt. Harwell H. N. Bratton asInHDiH'torn +++++++++'r I'++.+++++++.
1 surance. I/ and A. H. Gilbert as Clerk.
and ask to give us an opportunityto
1 4 Indemnity Bonds. .. you In when "whereof I have hereunto sol my Expert work at reasonable price DoBROWN
; what to offer.
show wVhave
you hand as Msyorof said City and caused the Corporate livery in 24 hours
'r ,"-"",Yr-.". -..,.iFg$4", 7-tt LsoN REALTY: Co. Foal of the said City to be hereunto affixed

/ by lu Clerk thin the second day of February The Photographer ,

Fish and Oysters. A. D. 1910.' N.. F'. 13CONTRAcTQR r'I
fish find in [SiKnttd] T. M. MUHPHT, i Rear of Southern Colonizatton-1JuUdint J


n Die: .JOSEPHINE E. }l BPEROSTEOPATH $ city/the Fresh wJHk Bearden delivered._ _building oysters to. ,any CHA3.phone every part 176.BASS.day of the. "Atteepttu J.(" R.)GILBERT.G!,,1,I'Mayor,' '" of"sate-"..City. "U,,..of, i'Kisslmmee.. '._, '. '.""..",,.1'. ; I''.,,:'", ......... \ .side- door/" 4"/.' . 'I and BUILDER .I r


t lftrkof the_CUT of Kuwlmmra.tor -=.- 1 Local views. of Kissiirtrnee>;and BunroundS VI

ine/eountry. I' ,
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.. New Tailor Stop Safe. / Does General Contracting: and Building and Furnishes Esti'I: \ 7.
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M Graduate of the S. S. 0., and
Structures of size'of
mates
Orchard and farm with 350 bearing on an Dimensions whether !1'It

5 Still College of Osteopathy. has been opened next door to Rotundo'sor. orange trees;' grapefruits, tangerines, I nd for Price Card be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel \' r 1

-r rIt Broadway, and is prepared to maker satsumas, paval orange, pear trees, Phone 181. Kwsimme, Fla. -- .:J. "
Specialist in diseases uf Women and Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS t
nice shade trees .
mulberries'and :
Children. Consultation! and examin- Suits. Pants end Vests olives, -7" in which he.has met with the greatest success 1"
water 60
around 5-room hous good
,* anon free. / v ;
; of any main in Florida.:
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MoadayanitxThurtday evenings.Otflo ./ IK THE acres; 7 acres in cultivation 48 acresgood To the West c.tI I t,
at Gi'ayitohe Hotel. timber; situated+ the rock road .

:Latest Styles mile from limits, on main road Give him your work done.Kissimmee
city Fla.vvxyvw
one
.. and Northwest will be'well and quickly .
. to St, Cloud. Price (4.000':; liberal terms. -
: : Experienced Arthur E. Do'negan, Kiaeimme. Fla.
;R>a jFt-VDJ'r: DDZOB.Estate. Nothing but. Employed Workmen via

a ,.- For Exchange. SEMINOLE .ri -

house in Klssun- "' ''-'" '
Best located 8-room '
If you 'leave an order one, yJUwill i
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with 90x150 feetof ground to trade
always be a customer mee .
for land. Will give time on difference

cad .. KIMBROUGH or pay-difference $n a fair and equitable LIMITEDLv. I Do You Appreciate:
/ ,. ,Re.o.l .. J. G. basis. Property wilt rent .to paybig

The TailorPhone ' intrest on price of Hpertt.NELsOK : . Tamp*, A. C. L... .:?._ . .10.30 am s ACCURACY X

I 149FOR REALTY Go. Lv. Lakeland, A. C. L,.. . . 11.45 am *- ..
--/-- Lv. Kisnimmee, A, CL L. ..... 1.05pm PROMPTNESS, j i '
KISSiHHBB FLORIDA: L. . . 1.88
Lv. Orlando, A. C. pm
: .. SAL.E! Kissimmee Lv. Sanford A. C. L. . . . . 2 55 pm ,PURITY, I
Ire y, Jacksonville A. C. L. .. . 8.40
. rw Granitoid Stone Works t Lv. pm - COURTESY : '
A. C. L..I0,60 I ,
03,000 acres of TimberLand Lv. Waycross, pnt
a Makes everything to Lv. Tifton, Ga.. A. C. L..12.55 am K
on railroad. snob as Blocks Piers ft> Cernenhne'l' firs: Albany, Ga., A. C. L. . 2.20 am and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the Best

& : La. --'QVJ 'N' 20,000 acrcu of 1'lios- ment Sidewalk Tile Ar. Americas, C. of Ga. . . 8.35... $ Obtainable) at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants, I

Sewer Tile, Stone Steps. Ar. Columbus X of; G, . . 5.45 am $ and we asaura you that-satisfaction/ wtll be yours _.
: PHVSICIA.SRMIDSMCB < ANU eoaoreN.1 Pilate Land.21K500 Stone. Can save' you nearly onehalfon ; Ar. Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 6.55 am
of PastirreLand. piers and Is better than brick; one Ar. Birmingham, C. of Ga. .11.80 am ,
.paoNB, us. Itlllll....'.. acres half the expense on chimneys. Ar. Jackson Tenru, I. G. . . 7.26.pm 1 KISSIMMEE DRUG-CO.: 'I
Pao..a >V7. FIX> IBA. contracting buildIng -I
general 9.10
OFFICII \V ill do Ar Fulton, .l\.y..1. C. pm
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k ncrf'i.'of' Virgin out of wood sUme or brick. Ce- Ac. Cairo. I1L. C---------- 10.10pmAt Phone -41'I.I. sf
:50,000 moot work 7n' all lines. All work Carbondal, 111., L C12.01 am f J sJ 1

e W. W. CARSON. D.o'. S. Timber on railroad. guaranteed flrsl-clas Ar.'St. Louis- fcfo.:; LjD . . T.gO am ... [
for the celebrated Courtrlgbtuietal """' "" av..ww.
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DENTAL PARLORS" 24.000 acres turpentine Agent Shintfle. Ar. Centralia III., I. C. . . . 1.20 am aw.y..H j
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I with Ar. Mattoon, 111., L C . . 3.05 am
RIVERS OSOEOLA BUILDING PHARMAOY I lands, 80 acres B. DICKERSON, "H-r, ';. 4. Ar. Champaign III., I. C 4.05 am

OVER 10 acres bearing orange ----- Ar. Kankttkee 111. I. C 5.41 am
\ S TO'2 -.. :Ar. Chicago 111., 1. C. _7-15 am SOUTH
SUNNY STABLESGEO.
1 .Q.-FIC.. HOURS I .1 TO'5 ,.: I grove. F. H. JENKINS -Solid through-trainR; Pullman,Sleeping

19 acres in city limits, and Observation Cars and Free Reclining -

... T /fA RIVERS,. /fA. D. ., good house 3 and outbuildings ofben.--- -- ; DiniDgCan Chair Cars Jacksonville between Columbus to Chicago W. OVERSTREET, Prop.

with acres Cars
and Fulton; through Sleeping
i RHYSICIANlAND SURGEON acres Surveyingand Jacksonville. Louie Buffet Parlor
- tngoraalg0'grove-1&i- Car Tampa to Jacksonville ;1:
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.lr+, e "Qfflce-over Oceola. Pharmacy Iliac truck land with artesian For Sleeping Car Reservations or.any Livery, Sale and Boarding
:Drafting information communicatewith
residence.63 well that flowover additional
PHONJWJ. J Offlce 148 Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and prepared -

f .- ., r yJDr. 100 gallons per ml ute. A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L., to meat/ all demands Cwlth :perfect satisfaction.
No. 138" East Bay Street, Jacksonville '
r F. G. Thomason For information write OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALLKISSIMMEE. Florida.J. Heavy Hauling and Boarding Horses a Specialty.
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., A. C. L.,
PHYSICIAN andSURGEON L.. A. MINX & COKI8SIHMEB FLA. No. 310 Madison Street, Tampa Fla. BROADWAY--PHONE 102 .

t FLORIDA.
( f ,Office" Phone'64' Residence 126 .

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men-of construction gang, tbe.clerks
: OURROADJCOMPAREDReasons employed ,..atheadquarter'and 'finally

the cantonnlers,or -trolmeo.eaeb baring : Waters & Carson

.' ,I'.' ,tACS. '..ALYEA I' from four to seven kilometers of ,
teest .
. : . Why France Has highway'under' his Immediate"supervision. - '
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\ : The R Estate Man of Klsslmmee-! : Highways In Europe. "N Probably tbs roost Important unit .. : Grocery Company' .

I" S i. --. err*.> this great army of workers 1* tbe can ,

HAS :.. ... IS SUPERIO tonnler. or patrolman who bas chargeof ,
... :1 HER METHOD .
.. Z ,' .' a single section of tbe road. Ue w, Wholesale and Retail Dealer( In- '. .4
kep-tb.dltcbe* open,'carefully pits

,2 Five Acre' Tracts and Town -: Road Law In United >States. Until H.- I bole and dust rats and with'depoelts broken of sand stone,andearth removes In1uROCERIES If'

,"ntlH./ .'" the; Sam' a. E lIland'. .after Heavy ,rains, trim tbe I

\ . Lots for Sale : : of the Colonial fc Dajra-Germany's trees 'and bnbe.and wbep" ordinary ... .
Unique System, work is impossible be breaks'stone 1- "l -
SELL. ;
ton either side of the city and, thousands The present road situation in 'the j'' and likely transport to be. needed.It to point Be where brings It all 1* '. .. WEB. .I, BUY"' ,

? of acres of \ ' United State may. b* briefly summed matter requiring attention to thf'noof :HAY '
tip .. follow: tice his chief. HIDES. ".'
2t In mileage we bare tbe moat treated- :' e e i, e a CT AIN : ,

r j iru&, fruit i Farm and Pasturelands hi:the County dons ay.tepl.ui. !rorid'whlco any.jcPIP-,'I. .... are at. tbe present Urn 140.. RTILIZ ERS.SHINGLES .... FURS,

: try baa ever possessedjalnce: tbe world 768 miles of road in England.' for w,'

began. According to''a -etur"TOa l'blcb the annnat expenditure for tbe / .. WOOL -
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OFFICE DJ.PARK HOTEL, KISSIMMEE, FLOIDA census the length of all of our/t>ads eAr::7006 to. 1906 amounted to 878.. '. . ., 'AND ,, :'
: : miles. The most evident tbat ORANpE BOXES
amount to 2,150.000 059.000. It la therefore "", . '
liberal estimate of our annual the annual l. expenditure per milt of .- .

..OONN.O, ....NNNNNNs ture on these roads.'both.in PlpeDdl-1 road amouota.o about $52O. 'In view ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE .'ALLY'
,' labor, was a fraction over ( of the fact that Moat-of the principal
in 1004 or about (1.O5 per capita; At "roads 'Of En lalid' have- already been CRATES.. COU TRY-. .

; the same rate tbla would be an expenditure constructed this large annual' expenditure CRATE NAILS PRODUCE '
of about 00000.000 a yearat 'would appear to be devoted In it -

Market tbe present time: large measure to tnalntennnce. It .
New Meat \
r According to our road census we would' seem tbat a system which requires :We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. .,.. "'J
less than 40,000 mile of atone an annual outlay of SS20 per
have We give special;: attention -to
fittlnaQut and
' \ hunting camplnc'parties.
surfaced road or about 2 per cent of mile for tbe entire mileage must be ineffective i
'.' New York Avenue, Opposite the Bank We hare 108.OOO and costly. Tbe explanation: '
tbe total mileage./ 1
I f road about 0 of this 'la found perhaps in tbe fact Frte delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
miles of gravel or per
fi i Flrt: -C1ass Meat Cutter In Attendance. Be e cent of- the total mileage. Small as that lu England tbe maintenance of we are County agents for good fertilizers. Askt us for circular

Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on Hand. I our annual expenditure for roods baa, i the. public highways devolves entirely ,' and prices' on fertilizers. rC \ .
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bas aggregated during the on local authorities these numberingabout
been it ,
thirty year period from 1870 to 1000 a 1000. 10ti0U0t10t10ty0tfOt70iCsOt10t: : )d)d10t)ay0'1Ot10'$0'Ifi:
MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. ; total of upward of 1800000000. We A* to skilled supervision it may! be >aooOlaoc .:
said tha ao-qnallflcatlons are required Al CARSON, J. A. C. NFORD. L.ILUPI'EL '
therefore tbat the road building
.
may say ,.,
In tbe United States la, considering by law to be pose .sed. by the men In v I.t. Vlce-Pmldcnt. Secretary k' .
ST CW"JD' charge of road building and maintenance .
PADGETT & TINDALL, area, population and wealth at ,f
but It Is the general practice In -
the same point at which It stood thirty .'
the important district to appoint experienced -
.. years ago and tbe seventeen hundred for this KISSIMMEE
highway engineer 'LUMBER
.. and odd million dollars have producedfew I work. CO.,

appreciable results. e e. ,
Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE When wi turn to tbe subject of roadadmlul.tratlnn
' In tbe United States wend I Germany |g a federation of states fb
w : and-it follows tbat road administration '
about half of tbe states are
CHRISTIAN CHURCH that J 18 conducted separately by each .
operating under practically the sameroad P ugh and Dressed'Y
state of tbe empire. Tbe Imperial government
Under New Management, With Enorough Experience and U-to-Date laws as prevailed In England' exercises very little control .
Thissystem
,
when America was a colony.
Blacksmith, Wheelwright Hor1>eshoer. over tbe highways and does not In anyway
., of road administration provides -
contribute to tbe expense of belt Pine Lumber. .
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for tbe payment of road taxes partly .
All Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeinga In labor and localizes the work to an construction and maintenance. i
I A striking feature of tbe Saxon road .
Specialty. extreme degree by placing In authoritytbe
of fruit
system Is the practice planting
district or township road over-
trees along tbe roads.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. TO SATISFY. Each canton has at tbe bead of its [ HOUSE BILLS A ;
SPECIALTY.....
road system an engineer with capable
Solicit Your Trade add assistants. Tbe engineer and their DOOXMO<>Q(>:O!:O(>O(>:OOO: <>OCaa: !>:a; eiEac: 0(: o!>IOt>a<)erA )Ann XXXXK

1 Will Treat Yon Right J. C. GRIFFIN I I t assistants must have an academic education w. .
and possess a diploma from the
Polytechnic Institute while tbe road

j masters are required to have a good LOW EXCURSION RATES .
technical education.-L. W.: Page In

Good Roads' ..
Magazine. ;
We Can 'Fit Your Foot d1 j ,-. . -TOTAMPA- '1. '. .
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Exactly ....J;. ... ,
HIGHWAYS'IN THE WEST. '
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In -
Regal QUARTER-Sizes -
Us of the Automobile by Farmer .

Aiding the Improvement Movement. .
t A Do you know that Regal Shoes are the only. t. Road Improvements In the west already

shoes in the world made in noticeable to a slight degree, are -
- quarter-
i. sum to follow when ]the farmers of Panama Canal Celebration
.? In addition to the usual half and full sizes that section awake to the realization

of tbelr condition as compared with
-come in the one-quarter and threequartersizes ,"
t ; some of those of tbe east. Nothingwill ..
in between. This means that in arouse the farmers to this so Tiiceets, on sale February 16, 16, l1'll.8} 21, 22, 28,"24. ; '

math as the use of the automobile,and with.fjnal-limit..February, ,2Tth., ,
it will be the general use of the .' >
more " {
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REGAL SHOES ''S'ID 7TPr0AL1OAn''er .otTl GULL DiP--: car by tbe farmer. that will result In .' J-VIA- '. ',,\".'1i 't' ,
; TBK7IS. r'' better roads.In .
.
; 'l From Good Ro&de Ux.Kine, New fort) sections where'farmers are using :: ;

), "l. there"aMJust 1 Joull the Dumber of sizes 'found. other a ers 'or road 8upe".lIIora, no requiremeat : car to any extent road Improvements Atlantic1 Coast Line

"). aboet. You no longer bare to bis content with a shoo I being made to Insure skill: or are already noticed.but there 1* stillroom .' -

: that i.i a littk too loose c* too tight Comtt to us an/' 1 knowledge of road building on the part for more, and more there la'will be ,- '.

', (I we wry gnre you an exact fit in a RepJqu rI -Mze. of theM petty officials. With few exception In enjoyed the near on good future.smooth Motoring roads. Farmers most r .
is in
no system of accounting -:
; It''!;. .If. your foot.-length is just between the force, ao that an intelligent idea may owning car realise this as well a* ., ..,,

,l "i/1,''' haM-sue of ordinary whoa Regal are i be obtained aa to the disposition of the .any, and not only are they bestirring For:any information call on Atlantic Coast.LfneTick: tAa.nt, or
K
1| th. only/ ready-to-wear hoes ia which jm themselves.* toward appropriations for
: road tai and no definite line ofautborlty ,
and good highways, but are ia case.furnishing Y. R. BEASLEY, Jv.G::KIRKLAND,
'1 S't you can secure: perfect Jf ctunfott. aj ; .ar* established such a*) would many .
': "j j) W late the exclusire local Reca] t guarantee the wise and equitable conduct . the. labor nsceaeary for roacIbettermeotL T.R| A. Tampa. Fla.. D.'P./A.;

of the wont ,
;: M1
Ag c7.$3n A number of sttate* bar adopted In In some farming section of the west {,

:{ ' M O' ,$500 principle practice.: both the system automobile owners can be picked oat iju :

and of department centralising: ; the and conduct** a state of all bighway or- immediate by a glance neighborhood.at the roadway Near:In their their THE &GBHYSTONE x : GilBRDEQJ"JU: : c [:. "


put*,'ct, the, road work; of'the state nooses rough. nneren.mrfacea bare .
C. W DAHK : ? thereby securing uniformity la methods been mootbedoff..and soft, slippery' ANTHONY Aa,"): OLE''; Proprietor.FairbanksMorse .
I resorfaced. each farmer -
economy' In administration and roadwaya ,. .
i, sk1UFn.unperrlsionl, ,In.,some of the seem to take interest In.tbe road Bear Ao1gNYr. RQP1-. F" "y '
state i highway .-departments the: work bill own borne.,' When more'farmershav. : '

ia educational aDd,1nvatigativ.wtth cap,' and they, are buying' them ? (Gas EngInes' '!' .

a view to..ultimately.,glTtng tII.*:48'0. rapidly! ; there will', be more short '
part men t*,.admlnistratiT powers. stretches of perfect roads,and at some. ,arid :IrrigatirigOuifitgAUTOMOBILES ; "" ,
614 : It 1* not possible.>n a abort article to future time,; not far distant, the stretch '
,
enter.into a discussion/ the varioussystems will be nnbroken. -' .

,,of *tat.. aid In. !ttreet"Sq this / RENTED, ,. OR REPAIREDt"" :

. country..., Some.If: toT that' the FERRO 'CEMENT 'ROADS.Franoe "' ' _. .-
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principle of state aid and supervision

\ constitute'the germ of tth.-only road Trying. Experiment' With' ARTESIAN WELLS," ,: DRIVEN :ANY''DEPTfl; '
administration' .which' hasrproved.oed -
Highways Made ef This Materisl.

TO THE ';WEST AND NORTHWEST: BY' useful This'in morement other countries..* 'rb Ing ]headway, Ferro with cement In OTance.' d. are The being substance experimented We Solicit- aW I .Kinds4 Re ;

r at a very rapid rate, and wben we consider 1* made''of cement! mixed with straw. '. paIiWitkEe

South tbat It bas been little more than To make a slab or block of fep'O'.temeat ,
Dixie Flyer and Atlantic Limited a decade and a half atoos Its inception a mass of Iron straw 1* placed In # .' .. .
that half of the state , .
the fact It ". ;- n I. .
the mold, and there 1* poured over
it In and bare OOOtQtOOOOO
have adopted principle 06.
Tam A.C. L......... ..... .10.30 .. .w Lv.Tamp.. A.a. L .. .. ...,. .. ...10.80..m from state treasuries ' cement sufficiently fluid to penetrateInto : !
L .iak.Lad.A.O L.... ..,.. ... I1.4J .. ... L"L.k.tand. A. C. L. lL4' ..mLv. actually expended all the interstice of the iron and :
*
E Klarinunee,A.O.L.... . ., ... M* P.m, Klaelm.. A. C. I. 1.011 p.m considerably orer-$50,000: we Wben'the whole
L.T.OrUodo.A.C. L.........,.... ... .1.8H p.m,6.nlard.A.C.L. Lv. A.p<< I. m.Lv. ;-well feel encouraged the fa- 'eompletely-cover It. '
Cr. ... L. .. S.M p. m.LT. : := A. C. L ::: : : : H: ::m. may hap set. the core of Iron thus intimately
......, ..,.. 4n this i L. =:
a.L. 8.16p.m. L"J.keo."UI. A. a. L. 8.01 tore of ,road building country. iW
.J.ck.o.vaL./1. p mLv. .
L" WaTeroea, A.C L.. .. ....111.16 p. rn.AnMaeon.0.aF .WQ.........A.C.L .... ..... .111.011 p.m The striking feature of the French Incorporated give to the block greet LesleyMeriJantileC ,
.. .... .,
' 8.49&.m.Ar. Ar. M.eon, G.S. a F 8.78 a m. resistance to breakage: and to traction X-
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Atlanta.C."of-Ga, ::: :: :::: : 8.60.: m. Ar. Atlanta.Co of ea .. ... 008 ..m road systejn 1* the killed supervision at tbe same time furnishing elasticityto :: I,

Are Chattanoos.W. *A.. ..........11 OS a..... Ar.xno.v111.LaN .12..16 p.mAre provided in every grade of road work compression which enable. it to : ST. CLOUD FLORIDA *'' V'
{tt Ar.NaehTille.. .4. Z&StL. ........ 8.40p.m.) Corbin. L. A N. ... ..... 8.:10: p.m. 1 and In fVe'1onft of the administrative stand superficial shocks. A brick of \ O'
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Ar. Lou'-ill.' LrA N. ,8.80
p.mAr
Tbe basis of the
St.' LouU..C ,.. 7.20 a. mAr organization.: system ferro cement on. and three-fifth Inches
Ar. R R ..:. 1.01a\ 1 the school of road and bridges,
_:...lIla'l'.p.1-!! !! mAr thick has.supported during crushing THE NEW COLONY
.. STORE'
Hopkinivlllt, N ft.N p. m. of the finest technical schools In
L.A.&N i..aington. L. AN. 1.10 one !
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... : p m.
Ar.: Hendenon. MB p. ra. test a pressure of about alxt1- ve tons
LAN.. 8.45 p. In.Ar. Ar. ClnclDDetL L:a N H.48 p. m the world maintained at the expense
Evaiuvtll
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Ar. .... IX.M Ar. Richmond. p R R-: 11.18 : to the square Inch. In breakage tests
A T. H
T. UkuU.K. a. mAn P.m In this
ell........C.* K.I. .. 6.47..tfl.l Ar. Chicago P. R. R, 7.10., m. of the national government. the resistance was quadruple that of Staple and Fancy .Groccrles---Sboes : '
Z Gents- '
_._---.- -........ school are trained the highway en- ordinary cement Realllt ocit-to- wear ,. :
to whom ore intrusted the Furnishing Kitchenware l
gineers' was no less remarkable. Glass and China- V a' fc
( Solid train Jacksonville and Chicago; Pullman Drawing Ropm Sleeping Cars, building and maintenance of the roads C-nrare
-=--' Coaches and Baggage' Cars; Pullman Sleeping Cars Jacksonville and. St. Louis; of France.At I The Use of Wide Tires. : at Lowest Prices. ConfectionsJ.jClgars. .' _'"

I Dining Care Atlanta and Evansville. tbe head of the adminlci/utive or- I A* to tbe desirability tbe raw of > and Tobacco. .'Oils and pasolinei "" :

Solid Jacksonville and Cincinnati; Pullman ileeping} Care, Coaches and antaation is an inspector' general of I .the wide tires, there can be no ques o 1(1( "
Cars bridge and highway under whom casual Saves you! < money " verythinrvyoa our.o.': '
Baggage Cars; Pullman Sleeping Chicago and Indianapolis. tion. Tbe most observation will : want; ,Su ,
are chief 'engineers in charge of the o goods before buying -
I suffice to convince any oDe of the damage elsewhere. 0.1 d
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;" For reservations 01 other information communicate with your Ticket Agent road work of single department andcommunes. which a' heavily laden wagon I Money:.saved,Is money made. Don't throwit, away.r: 'Iti.to '

1 or J. G. Kirkland\ Division Passenger AgentfA.( C. L. R. R., Tam. a, Florida. tinder the. direction Single srrondlssement of ordinary are engineers 1 I, equipped rounded narrow with the tire ordinary will produce sharp on', proof Agents, Speclal.prfc for the Fam'QU8'PhenJx Safe It li'strlctly Fire.!'' .

and undcrenglneer, tbe latter any road. There 1* also another and O ".. 'c', ...."J'
Ming equivalent in rank to noncommissioned perhaps greater advantage to be . .. )" ,,
even '
Work officers in the army. The ,j I .g 'S'T i R I' C' , ;
Valley Gazette Ads. Do. the gained by the use of wide tlreo.me17 : : : .-- .
subdivisions are under the direction of. '
the Increased, hauling capacityat '
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,principal conductors and ordinary con. talned. O. O $ O Y'Q .

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1fL Ite, ,KissiftBee" Valley, Gazette ROLL. OfJIONOR w ': ---
: I Trusts f Wealtjj aiad -TariffTend : -:-':--- Fraternity -i.ouse:


., ''PUBUSHED ItT>CRY: FRIDAY, The ,foflowing List Is the Result of i :to liaise. Cost of Living.T .

Of floe 1n Valley Bulldinf oJ. :
Qa.zet\e ONLY.TUESDAY
1 dose and,Attentive; Work. WIUUAM Bv CUTHKU. .r.favor oIl1aat.* .r.ttt. C.1U.* *tb ONE, NIGHT .
'R1aS1tt11rz.o8Cl00td COUNTY.-
+ City of New. yorCST3STOE .
1. I The following pupils of the Osceola
!At '
N. B.. HARRIS Editor a.d )>>rop'r.I . High School have 'not been absent'or 1895 theN has been a constant.increase ii the coat of MARCH 1ST

+ ? ,._ ,: __s S.I_J. TR1PLET.T_. _. _,-Assoclat.: Editor, tardy,for:have the month ending February" 11 arl s.withont.any corresponding .increase in the-ayer- '
1910 madeanaverageofnlnetjpor
I y'w V . cent in their studies, with not less income of the great mass of consumers'such..as should "' & l
, : i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ) PRHVCLE'Si
I r o.y,_ jrift ..*'j.. ,.u" ..... .\ .11011 than'eighty-five per cent(in any one subject accompany a normal rise in the price scale. . RICHARD
. .01'u.' .*..ardp'..,. ,a...?. Co and'not lees'than ninety-five in . .
; :
Prices to
bare come be controlled). the economic laws of .

f.. .' All .emsunlcs. lmw ..._t from our author* deportment: supply and demand, but by the .GREAT COMBINATIONS, whichare FAMOUS 1Lf '.
", .... oormpond-&..mint. b....-by Uw writer FIRST, GRADE Rebecca "Newman, .h ,
": "l' / MlMfor.EnUrad. "t.ject.ed. mats will not be rtpr.d .nntaM Gordon Bullock, Roscoe Tiner, Earle apparently able to control' both. .A 'comparison between e increases .

_ _ _ '
". Graham, Roy Bell, Ralph Phillips Ernest that would, be .caused by natural changes and prices as.Ute)
: : at tin PortofflM In Klwlinmo Fla..M -
y; ," ) ..ti .epadsiw m.U matter Hyde.. Lon Dann.Jr.;;i lilt .Harris exist,leads to the inevitable conclusion that SOME ONE 19 GET.Tm. QCQrgiaMinstrels'Are
-=" Edith Miller! ,Leona. LaMar iiT.;Ora .
> I '! ; Fab : Crofton;: Mildred Glister, ...a THE "RAKEOFF." .
,! Iiday 2C 1910. Headed-
t..., I. ', -, SECOND GRADE-JO. Mak'inson.. Percy I Gn --IJENTS.. are an important subsidiary cause of the increased Corning to Towi><, by

rc. Oliver.' Janette Prevail Myra LaMar cost of Uvtng.....as is unintelligent consumption. '

1 DRINK HABIT rioCltxx tin, Mamie Wln.Pilley Julia Graham. Car- It is high rents whlch>are annually" forcing a larger percentageof CLARENCt OWEEL and BILLY'KING

THIR GRADE-Ned Bullock, John the 'poorer classes into what eGonomists have described! as' the '

.. Is Causing the Downfall of Our Edgar Bryan Frank Bryan Rodney "seriously underfed class." It may be.a eTyJaudable' thing in some :. The Beau i B> mitiel3of Comedy

'1 Country Darin, Henry. Singletary Frances Tress, . I
., ., i ways to provide the poorer: classes !with hygienio conditions of living,
Gracie Doris
Gilbert Danri Cornelia QTHE S
Editor of Valley Gazette: Lances er, but of what use are improvements that RAISE THE RENTS SO i AND FORT : .

t 'The!' article in your paper last week FotiKTH, GRADE-Bradley Harris man AS TO DEPRIVE THE: ,. ;WORKINGMAN, AND' ms .;: .
by Rev. Mason C. Peters, strikes me ..I
r Srady1Drigjfc- !romartie, Essie Bass, Nonie ,
FAMILY OF PROPER FOOD .
: to the quick. The reason it does so, h
f a, R. C. Bryan Helen Pardew qRjlb4
t ',' probably because It mentions woipanas jussie iVinn, Myrtis WhidJen Margaret THE THREE"MOST' IMPORTANT SUBJECTS TO BE CONSIDEREDIN It

t' participating In that vile habit drink. Sta ford, Taylor Lewis. SEARCHING FOR A REMEDY TO THE CONDITION, )! THAT PRO

It. t :p: Am sorry indeed that the lair sex FIT GRADE-Nettie Newton. Margaret DUCE THE INEQUITABLE: ; !INCREASE IN THE COST OF LIVING. fft l
e I. . should be classed so notably on this '
'" .. 13 iss, Frances Swope Lois John- ARE THE.AMOJUNT AND QISTRIBUTION OF THE WEALTH: OF THE
subject Our country's future depends
$' '. ,- 'oni; Ar y Makinsoh, Porchie Pherigo COUNTRY. THE COMBINATIONS KNOWN AS TRUSTS AND THE
jo more on the solid worth of her people
: than other condition. So we should Ethel r hereon Cleo<< Hamilton Eddy EFFECT OF THE TARIFF OH THE PRODUCTS OF THE.COUNTRY.
any 'arnpb* II I I. Clair Shull Roscoe Dann ,
,
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advancement - - -'-- - --- ..-'-
not institute any plans for the -- - ---- -- -- '
Sam SiSIXTI ry ., '
of traffic that would overthrow
a
For Sale. nh
:
GRADE-Roy Graves Fred ,-
,.' the moral stamina of the young. But PLEA FOR GOOD ROADS.Pennsylvania .
: % further and Snyder[ J. Malcolm Overstreet, Ralph 82 acres, 200 yards from station of .
I ; we seem to -straying
it wider from the basil that will stand the Dean V Susie Bell Lillie Driggen i Midland Ry., fenced and cross fenced Congressman Strongly
1 : Mattie ell Harris Angie Makinson, i 12 inVrove Urges Betterment of Our Highway.
light of day. Every lover,,of religious acres about 1 acre )argt!
t t.' Celeste! Moseley Grace Winn DoraN bearing trees, 11 acres planted toyoyng In a speech made during the celebration
should raise his voice in
liberty protestation -
; wma i, Lucy Rotundo, Ethel Gilbert just into of the surrender of Comwallln h
grove coming bearing with
the saloon. It does not
l against J. Moor III
I ,SEVEI TH GRADE-Annie Cromartle, budded peach trees in bearing between Congressman Hampton plead. Vj
Of conform to the laws of Christian morality ed strongly for the betterment of rood FFF
1; Cathlee i Bearden Laura Thomas Ruby the rows of and grapefruits.
orange
and, if we let it go on, wejiave throughout the country. ae said: With
I Pre att, Laurence Tress Lyles Several box
houses sawmill the
: on
forfeited our right to claim this as the food roads and Improved waterwaysIn
i land of the free and the home of the Story. land. Price '27 O. Terms if desired. the United States the Revolutionary it '

"I' I brave. Any nation that will legislatein EIGHTH'GRADE' -Bettie Pherigo Helen 9-tf> NELSON REALTY: Co. war could not hare lasted eight ,'..an.

its favor has a poor judgment of Overstreet, Eleanor Moseley Nathan For Sale. General Washington he said 'had insisted -
;t Bryan Mae Willla-tis, Eddie Han- that free and easy commercial I
what constitutes liberty. It seems that
.' will have sel], Edward Newton Aby Newman. 120 acres of land on fine lake 2 miles Intercourse between the Atlantic seaboard i NI
the correction to come by an
NINTH GRADE-Lottie Adams, from and 'the amazing territory to -
Lucy close
rf-'"" of public We must railway station, to schoolr
opinion. ,
expression: -1
f the westward of e. was "the bent If
Buckles, Alma Griffin, Rosa Newman has 2 excellent
orange, tangerine and
'J all pull together in a combined effort. '
not the only ee men t" that could bind
I I
\ \ Lacy John'on. grapefruit groVes-one of 7 acres and
;4"J It is true as the pastor has said, we the colonial states upon a perman..ntbalila.
TENTH GRADE-Inez Carson Corinne I another of 8 Will sell .
1f ,: both ends acres. togetheror
,;, have burned the candle at I .
;'\t:.- long enough. It is time- there was a Gilbert, Elon Guice Bessie Whidden seperate. Owned by a Kansas man Washington and his compatriots, be

i'' halt. When the aristocracy a nation Alice Overstreet Cecilia Overstreet. I' who might exchange for good Kansas pointed out, counted upon International

1" devote their means to idle pleasures ELEVENTH GRADE-Annie Carson property. Full particulars to interested trade to assist In building up the colonies -

t that nation is tottering to its fall. Rhes Pherigo, Virginia Tiller' Essie parties 9-tf NELSON REALTY Co. and to populate and develop the ALABAMA QUARTET. '
ti" Winn Bessie Mosely.Kissimmeeites. -- -- -- vast country over which tbe grasp of
t Think of the money that is spent by
I:' I men whose homes are destitute of the For Sale. England had been released. A REVELATION IN MINSTRESYOH
Abroad "Commerce and labor capital and industry -
I necessaries of life. Water never runs 6 and 10 acre tracts of rich deep
demand that the waterways of YOU'RE BOUND TQ LAUGH
;a ,1 j higher than its source. If we build our Prominent visitors in town from Kis- muck land in Park Gardens. We putdown 'Ihe United States. Its harbors aDd approaches -

l 1 ; character low down in the alums, the simmee are Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Altman, a flowing well with each 10-acre be developed now even* SB

.. Waves of trouble are sure to come and and charming daughter. Miss Elizabeth I tract, and sell them for$1,000. Time on I Washington and his compeers hoped Big Street Parade at Noon
x :
V toss us about like the billows of the their guest Miss Luelle Willson of New : half is desired. These lands are very for their development. be said.

'I .. sea. If we could stop and consider the York and Mrs. James M. Willson of : valuable and will soon sell for double the "It Is not that the railroad la falling* ., '

f \ ( blessings that surround us and could be Kissimmee. Mrs. Willson is the clever price. 9-tf NELSON REALTY CO. I to give the best It can afford It Is POSE AS A CAPITALISTFor

a .i.j satisfied to view them in their true author of the late -book of world 1 wide not that marvelous benefits, uniting ONE DOLLAR we will send you three handsomely lithographed, but
For Sale. states and sections oceans, lakes and worthless stock certificates, which you can fill out yourself for any amount, and
it would add much to interest "The Semmoles Florida
light, our happi- of ,
gulp, have not ensued sine the Iron have lots of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These
j ness. MRS. M. CUTLER which is meeting with great success Fihe muck land in 5-acra tracts just horse began Its civilization of the wilderness. certificates appear to"represent railway gold mining and insnrance enterprises,

Cutler Ohftf.( and is now in its second edition. Mrs. been platted and I now ready for the I. It Is simply that the population and look just like the' "real thing," but must not be used to realise money on.

Willson writes undet her own name market. Land very rich and ready for of Urn country has more ONE SAMPLE FOR FIFTY CENTS
grown Send two cent for
stamp illustrated circular.
t WILL SOON Of "fRf Minnie Moore Willson, and is a Florida the plow and adjoining the corporate rapidly In proportion than baa the ability INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON. D. C.IDEAL .

woman of whom the entire State is units of the town of Kissimmee and on I ; of the railroad to comply with tile

1, ;tK justly proud. She has a very attractive : the hard road running to St. Cloud. requirements of modern transports f 1 *.* f T sT rW_ %!TT t r Tf t_ Tl* IsflsLjrfftfjJ eLJsftc Js fc-
-- '/ Kdurds: & Print's Mn: ,Irtls at personality, verifying the statement Fine' location and good land. Terms can tton." -F

Opera House Tuesday Night that women of brains are often b4t had if desired. ''Call anN we will ERfILIZERs 1.
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endowed with pleasing appearance.Mrs. how you this property. -First come get ROCKEFELLER TO MEND ROADHe w
$ Amusement is to life .
; as necessary as '
a I .' Willson is a guest at the Tampa first choice.-U NELSON REALTY Co. CHEAPESr"W.
,.; the oxygen you breathe. In seeking Bay hotel while in the city Mr. Anlt- Will P- Down a Mile ef Medel I BEST AND
amusement one should seek the healthy i For Sale. N. =
Pavement Near Tarrytewn, Y.
man has just purchased in this city a fine
'". kind. Minstrelsy Is a decidedly American Bockefaller It
William was announced
in Klssinunee
One oflthe
f prettiest corners -
touring car, and he and his family will
Institute, but. oh Minstrelsy, what out to Tbornotassa for few ; fine shade pretty view of the I recently will spend WOjOOO! to repair ttI &: T.'.. SPECIAL, MIXTURE NO. l.-For Spring application on Orange
a days,
sins are committed in thy name! go lake, 6-room house. Price 2,000. Broadway from the North' TamWD ttI Trees, and for first application on Watermelons Vegetables, etc.
r There Is one name, however, connected to their lovely orange grove home* after Time on half if desired. (N. X.) village Una to the swath Nothing produces more vigorous growth and it fairly GLUES the young i
c xd / "' with this form of amusement, whichalways which they will motor back to their NELSON RKALTT Co. line of BrlareUff. The road la front of fruit to the citrus trees. ,

Kissimmee home. They' have many' Mr. Bock fSUsts estate .has feeea Inbad'coedltion
stands out prominently like a Preaching at SL Cloud SEMINOLE TREE GROWER.-The one
strictly chemical tree-
friends in Tampa who are always glad ... ail summer. Mr. BpcksfUlae orange
"""Ucht, For thirty Rich- growing formula on the market. A happy combination ef W.
I }i, V years to see them.. -Tampa Tribune. Sunday school every Sunday at 9.80a. rides back and forth to Ida office It: T.'S Special. Muture No. 1 and th fruIt and vine formul.our
Famous
suds A Pringle's Georgia Mln- .
m. Preaching first and third Bun- la New York: every day' la his automobile -
'_ atnJa,,which appear.st Fraternity Opera for Sale., day at 10:30sum.and 8.45p. m., second >> and has been 'greatly iBcoaveit- PERUVIAN ORANGE TREE GROWER.-The highest grade rmnla J
Jlouae sleet .Tuesday night., have II and fourth Sundays at 8 p. m. tf. '. lanced by tbe condition of the road. made with Peruvian Guano .. an exclusive: base. _

,etoocl'._.that which is best and most 480 acres splendid land, considerable Sheriff Prevail left: yesterdAy will .The road to be repaired.mar,than I RAW GROUND BONE.-A very large supply just received. \MWilson
,. ''r wholesome In ths field of, theatrical! enfleayor. -, good saw-timber one-half mile from Everett Baas to deliver him into the a mile long./ It Is proposed to build a
.' f railway station, 8 miles from Kissim custody of the state authorities to serve roadway. thirty-three fast wide, between IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-An attractive soa-

*'s' '' 'The' majority. 01 peopl. attend the mee, on hard road This I is an excellent a sentence of fire years in the penitent, gutters sad ths central part to T nir snowing the results gained by industry, and IDKAI. urrBOM.WATEIIS .

9y; ++..-e r theatr for in.trnetlon location, good soil and a fine Invp.tmeat tiary for cattle stealing Bass being convicted a width of twenty fast will be bricked ,
trot but for re
at the spring term of 1908 of the with pavement Mocks. On .schbfil & CARSON GROCERY CO.
Will take you t .the owner and ,
laxation.
The management of this company Polk county criminal court for that .
Mr.
-t'rw*fr '. folly alive to this fact, have provided you can deal direct. Come and see us, offense. There was another man con- a BockafSUsr special block tIJ1Db'will this be road used.wfll: af- or address '
:
n a program this season that I is one we wU treat you right. We have any victed at the amtl term of court for ford-a-moaW-rhat be followed by '
Yt complicity the: theft, and at once & Toomer Jacksonville,
kind of investment wish to sei t Co.
lone laugh from beginning to end.- The an you began serving his sentence but Baas town authorities who'are looking fora Fertilizer Florida

; fun making I is headed by'Clarence Pow- sure 7-tf NELSON: REAJLTT Co appealed his cueto the supreme court road to stand up under the automo- --_.'f'eFS_Jr

L ,en aDd Billy King, the highest salaried which affirmed the decision ofjthe trial bile traffic.;> Mr. Rockefeller was the .
.colored minstrel stars m America They For Sale;' court, and as stated he has now' been first person In the comity to,apply oil
't taken to the convict's camp. A full the1'
t roads and he Is lest to try this
: are supported by' a company' of nearlyforty 24{acres good- land, 10 In cultivationand account Of the theft 'appeared In the *

r''N people. 14 in timber, within 200 yards' of Valley Gazette at the time It took: plaee. kind of automobile road then. Private Boarding House

The press throughout the country, saw mill. Depot and packing house on .,

f where these talented sons of Ham have land; Si mOes from Klssimmee; about

appeared this season-pronounce It the 8. acres'splendid beaririir"rove: -good .

., best company' that ever traveled' .under quality fruits; 7-room cottage; nice FATHER -80-MOTHER Can be made with a few alterations to

f this well known banner.. ornamental trees beautiful shade, some ,
fourteen
4 ; 'rooms. Location
.' .The entire company, accompanied by' bearing pecans. A little paradise ++ The and motherof just (right.

Fred S1mp on'. Challenge Band will Beautiful home, near school and church.'I __ sv a prominent Bostonlawyer . Plenty of fruit. Artesian water. WindmilL

X :r, pared*the streets at noon Tneeday.Piano '. Owned by a nonresident, who will sacrifice safely carried through the last Four lots.

t it at 13,250. Terms on half or

"t Tuning more. 7-tf NELSON REALTY Co. two winters'by For sale but not for rent. Satisfactory . '

This Whiter Is unprecedented hi the

Bomber of orders for tuning and it has For bale. VltTol teRns to right party.

\ 'bass'Impossible to do all the work; Five and ten acre tracts of muck ki r Kissimmee needs more boarding houses
ro f"ati' ''i nock of it'had to be declined much of ands in Park Garden., where artesian t The son says:'" My father

w it postponed. wells are an assured. fact and guaranteed and mother owe their present to take care of her rapidly increasing

F's i\I 1 hope to make Kisslmmee March 15, ; where all kinds of vegetables can strength and good health to population. *
'l and.will stay until all orders are attended ,,, : o v
with !
be and less .
grown successfully .. .
-- -.;;, "= ;.;. .** Vinol. During the last two .
Y tonib
i fertilizer than on any' other kind of soIL I
Y ..; Drop.. a card, to put you on my Favorable terms of payment can be trying winters neither: of them had a cold and were Choice Cottage location near Mr. H. M. r/

-, 't'""BsC made if desired,-and prospective customers able to walk farther and do more than for years.I Pfann's for $225.00. ''

C. E. WADE can be assured. of good treatment think Vinol is perfectly wonderful It certainly is .. .. .

.- 9-St Orlando Fls. in all things and at all times,when dealing the greatest blood-making strengthening tonic for old Prairie Land in 5-acre tracts '
near town.
with 9-tf NELBONRRALTT Co.
9. thicken I arm ; us. people ever heard of."' .

B acres good land, with 4-room box For bdJangt.Timber try
We want every feeble old Per on In ttto town to
t 'bouse and barn, t miles from CourtHouse .
d. land and improved farm/in Vinol. We will return their nuxpey\ without queattoa U II .

;';'- .9-tf, for.'$300. J. M. Willson, Jr. Southern Middle Tennessee for Centra] does not eeasnpUsJi<< at we claim Jot... U. M. WlLlOrxJ.

, 'for Southern Florida improved. ROBERSONS PHARMACY, Kisslmmee REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE t''I t -
k rkr; desk blotters lOc at this of- L. FRAZIER, .

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: _ Tlie Klsslmraec 1 Valleu Gaieue I I' Old.papsjrt for aaL cat. ',-th4- ...s..,...-.mc"to -"*. : bbd; "6.lnontlu' .:L"GfEAT'EVANGaiSr} : ( : .. 'of Mr." and 'Mr*..R. J.:Johns,-of-Whlt-i .. Lrp, . '- ". t-- -- 4
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\cata. .a hundred :7 ; ; : white and tan spots very timid. .
tier aged two and I. "
ft half
reward Jf returned to M. D. Wit. years
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TKLKPHONK NO. 11.' Hello, Central, give me No.. ::149, the son next door to 'R: r Butler residence Ue is not dead but ha just been call-j Methodist t C lIfC .1

pressing shop. J. G.'Kimbrough 9Ttf the or grite. postofflc. box 682.. Comes to' the Baptist Church: on ed to a fuller and happier life H* left t
Tailor. .
,. PUBLISHED' EVERY FRIDAY t.pd.: f Tuesday Night' his dear father' and mother a little ...

+ / -BT- For Sale-Rhode Island Red egg, I Mr. Austin Edict, of Parish N, Y., series 's.rolces brother and many relative and friend/ NOTICES INFORMATION'

w.Weather. B. MAlIRIe. '1.00 \tor'5"-J'N;; Fiord. ,.phone' ISO.9tf I ha been spending several day f in! the Tb. of evangelistic I to join our Heavenly Father, who hath
city'visiting his cousin C. E. >Edict i that began at the Baptist church'Mast' said -
: I "Suffer" little children1 to come 'Our'reTI.aI.Yfee* closed I.., "I'ii
'niy'i and looking-around with view to making Sunday, have been'growing In interest '
CalPand lee .w line'of mple.. some investment la this section.The unto me, for of such i II the Kingdom of 'day, after a little over two'week, continuous L
J. G. Kimbrorgh. the'Tailor" Fhon. 149. each night. The pastor I I. 'doing the .Heaven:"' .,.:Jot' + ,' '' work.. Multitude, beard and
Report.Following 9-t! special evangelistic services of preaching. He i I. earnest in all hii efforts '
. the Pre.byterl.church have been and interested Dear friends, while your heart, are were pleased with Miss Tucker's'' $lbl.,
,' :Wood for Sale. -$.75' a strand, and postponed for two week to better suit deeply In the consecration breaking because> 'of his absence, 'Us reading. Some who had lost their wajr, ".
of his
.. parishioner and In the
tie guaranteed full strand and first cl.' the evangelact. Chas.'L. Work He sweet to know that we can' go to him( returned to Christ, ami there were'cosx
are daily tornperature D-N. 186. 9tiUse salvation of-the of *
Floyd, phone people the town.
win be the service
with to
us begin on and of
. \' to know you weep not a* those who.versions and sanctifications, tot .all
.' and precipitation a* 'In connection with 'this
Chill' Sunday, March 27th. aeries of
Plank's Tonic.. ..Guaranteed. have
no hope :which we thank God.
rePorted by the Government Mr::' ha ; ;,-,_ . _
'i Pric 25 cent Sold by' alldruggists. MUe. Mabel and Elizabeth Parkerare meeting, Stephens been hold- Just look through, "
KisaimnYe up your tear and
station at for the' .. -" j nU7-8 visiting Mr*. Leon Hebb in Bar- I ee his beckoning hand at the pearly i : Preaching next Sunday, morning aad

; \ I week ending.Feb. 17.; 1910. F a1e-A 6- 'OOm frame house In tow in attendance un the marriage Chisholm of 4' gates; where he i II now waiting with ,eveningby the pastor.' .
Miss Ruth Jones to Rev. Mr. ,
one block of Court House. Price 1800. -
r1: MAJ yre row the Christian minister of this place hosts of angels wit6'oubtretchadums_ !.
9-tf Joseph Murray.. 'Tb.-W "K Mt --\1ti1r-meet n--u.e1
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_, ,_ "FrI'da-. . . 74&58_ ,35- :_ which took place on the 22nd., to rree70u-OntJi golden\ where church next at 8 Po m.
Saturday . . 68 49 ,.96V 1280 acres timber land, well located HOB. Arthur E. Donegan member"of sad partings come no more: Wednesday '

Sunday. . . . 65 48 ,63a and cheap Pretty little colony propo- the State Democratic Campaign Com- Vri A Friend and. Relation. practice Friday night. r
sition., NBLSON REALTY .Co. Choir Js-
> -. Monday . .. .7969 . mittee. attended a meeting of that ". .'

Tuesday,; . . 82 62 _" For Rent-A good' farm 12 acres in body preliminaries in ampa for this the week approaching when primary the- I 'I'IY THE: MISSES TUCKER The Talent Tea will meet with MrsV'

W edne day. . 83 164 . cultivation fr m Kissimmee.8 1-2 ,.miles.Applyto by clay road election were arranged. r fr. H. N. Bratton next Friday aftemoo. *at,

. 80 68 ... 8 o'clock. .. k.
Thursday 6-tf' HENRY UASS. s
The entertainment given by. the Or- Hay.Established a Southern' North- .

wwr rrrn..as. plies For and Cyphers Arthur Incubators G. Dustin poultry strain tup- lando Friday Elks night, in Fraternity for the benefit opera of houseon theVillageimprovement .... field at Enterprise. Fla. Death of -An Aged Lady l. ..t,

v/v %* White Wyandotte eggs, see G. E.Takach. pronounced success and Society netted was'a considerable a Those who,.met 'Miss Tucker in the Wednesday morning about 3:30 God ,

, ; 'Eggs 5.00 per hundred. 6-tf sum to the ladies'society. r recent meetings at the Methodist In His all wise Providence claimed another . r

r-!: LOCAL HELD. Help Wanted: middle-aged woman f church and heard her speak of the one'of earth'redeemed for that.,
C. W.
1b. Ward accompanied by a
Jl'irll0 to'12 home will do
or :wanting a Christian sterna
Assembly Association which "Kingdom not mad with hand.,
wen to write Mrs. party ot f riendef Jef t in his 30 horsepower ,
me forparticulars.
A. S. Leni> gton, Pine Castle Florida EMFtouring car on Tuesday i if now an incorporated body. and.other in the heavens," -

," ..v..wwav.ww Oct. 22-tf.!? for Tampa to take in the sights of the interests Enterprise, will appreciate Mr*. S. C. Butler. humanly peakixi,
"Panama celebration, and returned.onbunday the following from the Cincinnati Wesleyan I.,dead Mrs. Butler war born in S-; t
- --'-- Wade the tuner, Orlando; On'account of delay in getting the evening ..reporting a most --
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plans and specifications ready. the date pleasant time. {t"" : : vannah Ga., -April' 22, Uty-*.ves) .
Dwelling, for rent, apply to M. Til for opening bids for the ::;t. 'Cloud Dr. H. A. M. Henderson of the Cin-' years ago a"

ler. school house building has. been postponed Latest advices from the bedside of cinnatl Conference i I. finding; great relief i She was the wife of Rev. S. C. But

New patterns in.25c all linen suiting. to March 6th. It Col.a hospital P. A. Van New Agnew York: who City I.i confinedin tbreat-? from cardiac asthma al "The ler, who has been minister. in the

8-tf C. W. Dann. For Sale-40 acre*-20 acre cleared ened with typhoid fever are to the D a. J. C. MASSES Epworth Inn" Enterprise Fla. In a Baptist church, for number of )'eana.

Checked gintrham at Stanford 4-room house necessary outbuilding; effect that he i doing nicely, and unless letter he says: 'The Misses Tucker,* Mrs. Butler leaves three children and
& Co'*. for 6c apron per yard. 2 acres in oranges; a well of good wa- complication arise will be able to leave ing cottage; 'prayer meetings in four dif evangelists. are establishing her a her husband. The children are Williass
J ter. In 3 miles of Kissimmee. Price I for Kissinrmee within the next ten. days. erent sections of the town each after, Southern Dorse .of Ki.simmee'and his
1200. Northfield. The hotel is I ad- brother'S
For Sale-Three good mule* and three I
good horses. 4-tf J. W. JdILLEIt.I 9-tf Joseph Murray.I Misses Ruby Elaine Ellis, Marietta noon. mirably conducted. The table i II excellent of Denver, Colo.,. and Miss Mary Butler -
,i I Pfann and Mary Carson of Kissimmee Mr. Stephen wilPbe relieved of the There i II perfect sequestration of Kissimmee. _

>}. Wanted-To buy sixteen: hens and two will give anyone orange tree, if will take an active part in the Florida preaching part of these services on from 'the madding crowd' society The deceased had been a devoted' .,.
roosters. A. B. Nelsdn. 6-tf they will take theta out at once, a* I Club celebration on State's Day at Tuesday next.by Dr. J. C. Maseerof -
frivolities, dress member of the Baptist church for
want to thin out my tree Oran&esfor Brenau College. Miss Carson is mak- parade requirements, manyyears.
) Men our spring REGALS are in. Let sale at 6 cents per dozen. ing a good record in the voice department Chattanooga Tenn, dancing card-playing etc. The scenery She will be greatly missed but;;
'I I us show you. 8-tf C- W. Dann. Mrs. E. D. Plummer while Misseb Ellis and Pfann are The coming of Dr. Massee to Kissim- -lake, river and shore-is superb. The all bow humbly in the Divine Presence* t

,1,j Great bargain in wash skirts at H. Cor. Main and. Oak. SU.-: specializing in art. I mee is looked forward to with a great< hunting fishing and boating fine. The and pray "Thy will be don./' r 1

{ C. Stanford Go's. Plans and specifications for the -St Sheriff/ Prevatt has received from the deal of interest by many. His successful waters of Benson Springs are almost May God comfort those In. sorrow is-?

(' See our lOc white lawn. Best value Cloud school house are on file with Governor the death warrant t John work here ih former years made for specific for rheumatism renal troubles, the earnest wish of (he Gazette.. .,/ '_ __ .
in town.. 8-tf C. W. Dann. Chairman Bass. Contractors desiring Henry Rodgers, convicted ,at the May him.a host of ardent-admirera, who will and pulmonary afflictions.- The guest The funeral services were conducted*
-4 a t>id an same will call on Mr. Bass. term of the criminal court of murderin gladly welcome their former
Agency of the White Star Laundry All bids to be sealed and in by Mar. 6. the first degree, and unless a repreive The pastor. are agreeable, religious people. Our at the home Wednesday, afternoon by- f;
l at the Home Store, Phone 154.. W. C. BASS AND W. C. SEARS, is granted the negro will hang on March success of the past few years Brother James N. Gamble has made a Rev. Bun/an Stephen. The interment-" '
9-2t Committee.II 11 tho This will be the first legal exe- has placed Dr. Massee in the front rank handsome contribution to forward the was at Rose Hill ceme&ry\ S
Just received a swell line of men's cution in this county. of Southern Evangelists. He stand .5
i have 25 acres-22 cleared a 4-room plans of the Misses Tucker, whom I[
dress shirts. 8-tf C. W. Dann. house, a frame barn and necessary outnHdings The magnificent buildings being erected for "Sane Evangelism;" he does not have known'from childhood in 'My Old I For Sale. ;;

See those lawn shirt waist prices cut and two wells of water; a for our two banks makes Broadway use sensational clap-trap methods. He Kentucky Home.' :To those seeking I I 10 acres adjoining the city llmiU, half "
in half at H. C. Stanford Co's. creek runs through the northeast corner present quite the appearance of a streetin is spoken of as "a man's man,. being, ; a comfort from tired
nerves-absolute cleared and fenced and -,
,i plowed, flowing-
affording.plenty of water for all a large city but while they are now men."
man
Buy a nice residence lot 60x160 feet purposes. Two miles from Klssimmee. considered up-to-date in size, within a among rest amid agreeable associations I :,: Well Here you have all .the advanta-
In Davenport. Terms to suit 3-tf Price $600. few years they will be but pigmies com- Dr. Massee i i. expected arrive commend 'Th. Epworth Hi ft' beyond i gel of city life and be just outside then
9-tf' Joseph Murray.G to the skyscrapers that will be Tuesday morning.. There will be j
pared serI I I any resort I have found in my many corporate limit Price $1,0007: Tim
for perfect fitting eyeglasses and built on that business thoroughfare.Mr. vices at the Baptist church at 3:30: and 'I
spectacles, see Dr. P. G. White. 'P. Parker made a business trip to winters in 'the Italy of America. on half if desired. These land wllllr1'QW HI
"m.
Apopka Tuesday. I L. A. Sawyer, of Wichita, Kan., 7:30: p, each day during his stay' in I oranges and Vegetable. 'I'''Fine location S

I 1 Dress gingham 6 to 12)c at the old who is making a tour of Florida spent Kissimmee. For Sale. ,;,for nice littie farm. S
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller spent the day a few days here this week with Mr. A. The pastor and membership of the Fine colonization :
In Tampa Tuesday. proposition in Osceola 9-tf NazAoM.R&ALn Co. .
S. Nelson, a friend of former days. church extend invita- -
Ladies, have J. G. Kimbrough the Mr': Sawyer expressed himself as high Baptist a hearty county. 8,000 acres interspersed j|
The Board of Trade meets Monday I tion to all to attend these {
Tailor, clean and press your skirts night at 7.30 o'clock. ly pleased with our town and stated .... services., with splendid orange"groves; beautiful i. For Sale.l u
Phone 149. 9-tf that he would )probably spend next winter --- lakes, finest of muck land' and nice j I ..
in tiffs' delightful and In Memoriam l Splendid bearing orange
Born to Mr. and Mrs R. W. Tiner, picturesquelittle rouud timber. Can
add
LaRue serves only seal-shipped oys, 7,000 acre sale from '
on February 21st, a son. city. ; 2 to 60 acre In fruit and
\ ters. No melted ice to destroy the The death angel again spread its more adjoining if a larger propositionI '
land in connection for farming
good atreasonable
rflavor.. Capt. J. T. Turner is visiting friendsIn Mrs. Neighbors and daughters Wies- wings over' home on February 16th, I desired. You can deal direct with
Jacksonville this week. es Bessie and Emma of Birmingham price and.v.on. favorable.. .
1910 and locked in his cold embrace the Good titles
when suit needs cleanIng owner and business. 'f
149 '
1 Phone your Ala. arrived in the city Wednesday to square terms of payment' r"_
\ and pressing. Mrs. Ada M. Jones and daughter spend some time and are guest at the form of dear little Theodore Johns son 9-U NEasoNRa,4i.TyCo, 6-tf. HELM RA1 'I'Teo.
9-tf J. G. Kimbrough, the Tailor. Helen, are visiting relatives Bartow. Grays tone. Mr, Neighbor is a cousin : .
his week. of Rev. J. T. Mitchell and ,will be r : ; -
Tomato Plant of all description for .
'
pleasantly remembered by' the older
ale. Write Hagadom & Parker Lakeland Reasonable price for dress making; residents:of Kissimme a* :a winter visitor -. ._ '. ... "" ,(.#:< '( '

h, Fla.. The Seed Men. work well done. Mrs. Satterfieldnear. a number of year ago. C' : iitI": .1
Mrs. Bratton' ,\ ,' ""
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MlNTO I ".Q '
Ladle. March Fashion plate Just nold"'r' Mr. A. J.- Smith of Bessemer Ala., -"; :: ', ) )''b .$ J:1f' ,
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"; ceived. You are welcome. .to them. Mrs. J. M. WiUsoni; Jr.,. spent a few and Mr.J.'N. Rutledge of Ensley, Ala., . ' J'" .
.r.: 18-tf .' Panama celebration. and were so impressed with our dimate ,
: Let J.: G. Kimbroagh the Tailor take
and the and of ,
beauty growth our -
suit Phone Mr. W. J. LaRue the Kis- vegetable .
your order for your.Spring was among gardens that it is more than likely I"
No. 149. -tf immeeites who took in the PanamaCeleratloll ;
they will make this their "feennanert .. s
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!: at Tampa this week. &J {< ':T",10 -
home see soon -a* they can dispose, of '. ' .
Capt. R. G. Conova returnet their holdings in Alabama. .. 1" ., ,r. fr..J'"i'' .,

Plaster. 4.18t-pd duties-a* Lmsey,of Pleto, Ga., father , : :.
line Monday, after several. week sicka. of our fellow townsman Mr. ,L. E. : ',' J:

Buy a 5-acre farm from the Davenport ... Limy arrived in the city this. week on ''', ..' '; }: "' ;
Colony Company, seventeen mllea a tour of investigation, and i is so much ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ames, of Glen-
south of Kissimmee. 3-tf ,
coe Ky. are In the citron a visit.totb..famihes pleased'wlth Kissimmee' and the surrounding -> ,1JI !
.
:t Tomato Plant of all description for of Mr. J. W.. Lilly and Mr. country that he has decided to ; ". ,
purchase m place and make this city his, I ,, ) '
Lakeland Wilder.
&
.j sale./ Writ Hagadom Parker, .1S' S''I. *':- .
Fla. The Seed Men. permanent home. Mr. Linsey: will engage e" ''ef' "'., .
,
,: For Sale-Two Rhode Island Ked In\be dairy: business as soon as : '
Go to H. C. Stanford Co'*. department roosters eight month old. v Corner be i II located and can get in proper / .. ; :

a tore.. They Kissimmee.New are the. originatorof Orange ilmmee. and Main streets.. North Kis- lhal,"". . , .. ; .-''f''''
in
low price .The proclamation of the Mayor, callIng .f
I hotel lust opened at Davenport, Don't neglect to attend .the meeting an election for March 26th for the :!' ,

seventeen miles, south Jflssimmee. of the Board of Trade Monday night, as purpose of electing a mayor, marshal, ,
Good hunting and fishing. 8-tf matters of importance to our town .will clerk treasurer and two aldermen, appear -
be discussed., in another column of this issue. T-UESDAY:
As yet no candidate ha announced for MABtlH1:
sale Writ.lHrtoadoro&; P r'LLakke Tbe"'Rev. David D. Kidd will bold anyone of the positions, but it is understood .

land Fla., The Seed Men services in the Episcopal church on Sunday mora than ODe will ask the J .
next Morning prayer. and service people to permit them to conduct 'the : '
k For bargain* in resident property, at 11 o'clock. I affair of each nn.'.of'the respective '.... .
truck land and orange grove call on offices. \
H. M. Breaker, KUiimmee. Fla. 4-.tf: Mr. W. S. Alyea one of Kissimmee'* j ", .
leading real estate men, Tuesday The'Valley Gazette'acknowledge.the
spent
',' After November 15th.. good will be in Tampa taxing in the sight of South .receipt of an invitation to attend the .0 R.J 1,1. MASS6F : : .E' '''

,I $1.25 a stran. delivered.. Florida I metropolis. marriage of Miss Ruth Jones of this city 'E'[l : .
; Kissimmee. Lumber Co. to Rev.;A..M."'Cbhmolm' pastoMOf the ; ; : .
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Mr. H. D. Colvin one of the substantial Christian church both In Kisiimmoe and .
3 Tomato Plant of all descriptions forlale. citizens of St. Cloud, was in' town. at .WinteqParkwhiehoccarredonTow . : .,,,1

Write Hagadorn A; Parker, Tueaday and paid the Valley Gazette day, the 22nd, at. Bartow. Both th :. ".' ' ..
land, Fla., The Seed Mert office a most pleasant call. i bride and'groom" are ... in 7.. .,.' '.
. ..... 'this city and their many friends wish .
For Sale.-Lot.of fine celery and let- Mr. C. C. Prince manager of thecontest i for them a long happy and useful life, CHATTANOOGATENN. .
tuce plant at th* Model Farm jOlt department of the Tampa TrIbune in which the Valley Gazette most heartily . : "

across the railroad from the Inn. this office, wu pleasant in the city call.Tuesday and paid ; Joins. .. v< .. I ;'

For Sal*-146 acre, containing i a On Thursday February 17th. at the ..
'. nine-room dwelling two-story storehouse The the Fleming!Valley Gazette concretebuilding office is 'rapidly opposite home ol Mr, and Mr. J. W. Anderson, To Preach at : I
No. 6 Gould street Mr. F. W. Pittman 3.30 and '
'1. railroad.and A bam big-bargain good land at $1000.located on nearing for occupancy completion in a short and will time.be ready of Orlando Illinois and Miss Cell Goodman'of . 7.::30 P. were united In
J. S. LoVELESS, Kisalmmee Fla. matrimony: by '
: I Rev. T. F. Callawa '.- After' refreshments j .
'j Mrs. J. E. Harris of Lauren 8. C. )
For Sale.-20 acres ot land with 800 I II the guest of Mr. W. B. ..HarrI.dfamily ;; were served the happy couple '
I bearing 'orange tree. Average crop] this week. Later she will. go left on the 7:20 p. m train for Kissim 1EYERY ,
800 jto 1000 boxes. Price 2500. Will out to SK Cloud to visit her BOn," R. M, mee where they will spend a few days DAY .
ell or exchange for.mallerplace. Harris. with the bride's mother after which ,t
P. G. WHITE, I they will go to their new home in the .

I VAf, Kissimmee Fla. Mr. C. W. Johnson and wife, of St. north.Orlando ReporterStar.StAte -_ -- --;:- .. f r '
:: Cloud were in the city Monday. They .
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,; neper Han 'ng.-Ii want a neat have recently moved here from Allison, '
{ job""of paper hanging clone drop a noticein Kane, and have just bought 600 acres Wausaukee. Wis., spent a couple of
toffee for I have fine of land. weeks in our town, leaving on Tuesday
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me. via steamer Juan ta for Fort M'e\o ,
line of I New will York be glad wall to-show.paper lamplelwhleb MrJPierre d'A Pratt, representingthat The Senator is chairman of a special s At the Baptist : t'. '6r
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2-tf JOHN G. HOWARD. excellent publication, Pietuiesque committee appointed by the legislatureof )
Florida, was in the city yesterday and Wisconsin to investigate the questionof
Forty-four-acre tract of land four the Valley Gazette a pleasant fra- drainage and Is traveling over our
mile from Kissimmee one-half mile rernaTcali. state with that purpose in view. Both

from railway and packing house. Four> he and Mrs. Bird were much pleased ..... ,
acre fine bearing ( &acres' more JUT..W. B. Harris, editor of the Valley with Kissimmee and predict for it a "! '# "''I,. ''','
ready to set to tree, balance nice tim- Gazette, has almost entirely recovered wonderful growth in the next two \ ;I' ). '' 'rJ.'iJ
ber. All good land. Price 2,500fa from his recent illness, and If years, and stated before leaving that .. '. !< ; i
vorable term. nothing goes amiss. will be at his de.kIn they would spend next winter here unless HI'M'' .. "j'

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CulinaryCapture BqYA .
BUNGALOW ham ban-led to the O'Qlggin aback .;
C Old O'Blgglna, more bent and forlorn

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"De pardr".queried the superintend ... .. IN THE. ..
I" ' A eauWu1'Bungalow'' on the eDt: "Has b* been here I sent IItm" -- .... t'

if-: Silvery waters. of. Hillsboro" the begjuel to Canon's' BlrJ'J1.day < : "Qe was here-yes,"' answered the : :
1 Banquet., old man bitterly "And has cone
Bay is an annex,ta my splendid J %" .. away, but If 1 live long'enough to end

-, Sanitarium..' ., Convalescents By VIRGINIA'\tYLER HUDSON.. him. he will answer for this Insult tom '
# are treated.to. pleasure little clrl'V '1 A
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iatonish
Mnsvltr' cried
Ingraham
trips either by land or wafceiv CoprriS-bt.* try Amerlou P.oolatloa ,
.... ,eeL ""Who Despard T Bae .Najoon"r"Read -. DavenportSeventeen
II in my+,"Automobile or ''Yacht, 1. these) said. O'Hlgglns, bandIng .

from the Sanitarium to the him ,Frenchy Despard'a notes. He
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This all .
Bungalow. goes gle women fewet, la construction. "You have deceived me grossly It

' with the treatment. i have camps along the ,Jti/a'tt most be admitted started without Introduction. "You

secured expert assistants and"anr I that the comic of Nanon bave tried{ to foist your ugly-daughteroq

to O'Hlgglns/ caused scarcely. fliKjer In }_me.under.falsepretepsean.-_ - ."-"'- -- .. ._- -
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bet I have gone away-so far.that vonwUI
the busy life.
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'e treat habitual drinkers, unfortunate . When old Jim O'Biggins/ carelrailf never be; able to end me to marry -

Drug Slaves, and remarked that be would, not eat at tile youT deugbter that cannot cook."

Cigarette Fiends. i POSITIVELY i\' camp table, ... be bad hIs daughter Bewiaeced) the maD opened the other ,
with him"and would take his share note, \

t GUARANTEE A i from the _commissary to bis, aback It 'Dear61r Ingrahani,'' It read "I am ,
.CURE. Treatment privateand i was tbe cue or Anjer Itrgan and Peter forced to the flight Igftomlnloua. Mile Colony N

confidential. Write to Ingrabam uud !Krencoy". Dt-apnrd to Naoon. my fiancee, 4 flndMsno cook ,. ,' : .
% | I I I troll casually over toward tbe O'lllg- at all. On arriving at her horn unannounced .
today 1 saw her father ..
t j gins shack at the close of the Drat pre '
Hiram J.\lampton M. D.. day's wo k. It was not because.of alack paring those' so elegant dishes we bave
(r! of welcome that they went no thought she made. Of course 1 cannot .
FLORIDA AVE. COR. OAK 5y" !1 I more-at least for some time. marry her, but fear they will try to r

'fl TAMPA FL.A.pa I "Not much for looks, aura" was tile force this so unpleasant state on mS '. c'
11JC.,, pronnnclamruto of Anjer Regan ai Your motorboat 1 return from._Miami." miles south of Kissimmee on the.Atlantic .:

they went b8<"kto tile bunk boat downat Uncertain whether to laugh or join'tbe .
"-- tbe edge of tbe straggly coral beach O'Ulggina' lament Ingrabam stood Cost Line Railroad. : '

"Her eyes gave me tbe creeps too staring at tbe epistles. Then the thought
Look as U she had'a regular grouch of the girl's sad eyes came to him. Beatttifitri rms in the lake section of Polk. .
at tbe world.* MAnd Nanon?" be asked somewhat

-S Mod' probably,"put In Frenchy. "she awkwardl. County.? Lands especially adaptedto

bare-not with re worl', but with ta "Knows and It will break her proud andvegetables. _
U QL old O'lIlgglDs who bare name her heart to( see you all again. Ob. my citrus fruits "
little to think" brought this '
Nanon. Parblleut Such a name for poor girl '
: r'w each a femme! Youth and beauty cer po you: And 1 thought 1 was doingt -
L tlssement. It means and when. yon sw for your goodr'! The old man's sobs ON TERMS To ;su TiJURCHASERS : i
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P{ One day Ingrabam was stretched on "Did she love this Despard much, : FIVE-ACRE FARMS . T $125 i i

tbe white sands when O'Higglns came then?" queried Ingrauam. ,
a z.Pi open him "No. no!" was the_ hasty answer, TOWN LOTS IN DAVENPORT 60x150 FEET, .$50 \

F--1 0 U O "We want yon and some of the boysto 'Lately I've come tb think .she didn't / !
rq come up to the shack for dinner to. Jove him at all. but was doing it to '
. H 1-< 1- night. Mr. Ingrabam" said the old man please me Sue knew 1 wanted hero ,
CJ No Chances No Drawing
: fi'b hesitatingly "This Is my little girl's marry a Frenchman and thought ,:.
ea'. -1 0 birthday and I thought"Ingrnliatn his' was ber only chance You know 1
.' I- >a. () hesitated my poor! Nanon isn't exactly what
If I.L1) a. H "Ob. why not?" be thought "1'bl1on'e might be called beautiful" be brake Select your tract C\nd.buy as hundreds of oth- t

M s-.r. < wob't hurt The old off deprecatlngly
me chnp'afond I "
f"; UJ",) z z M of tbe girl. I suppose too and he I Ingrabam's face broadened In a ant! ers [are doing in this promising Colony. .' .

hates to see her neglected" So be pressed smile but tbe father went on
; ri wered as be rose, yawning "All rlltbl.l "I have a confession to make to you.
; LARGE HOTEL WITH AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS NOW OPEN.
r 0'11 Iggl os. we'll be on deck" Mr. InKralmra." be said "somethingou :
I" :Q All three of tbe men knew wbat It : should have known hefore. hut !Nil "
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y was to dine well. In the city Ingra' non said I mustn't tell The reason

,..-1 a. bam was known as such an epicure goes back a long time Once I had -
that it was a standing joke with his I everything' I wanted and then 11'
: H friends that be would starve down on : wouldn't have been necessary tot me

f the keys on tbe construction camp coin i to do what I have to get a husband f

r.. PQ <11 mlssary Like all true Frenchmen I for Nanon You boys maybe thoughtwe fl la.() Development Co.DAVENPORT. -
Drspard, too, knew the value of things didn't; know what brought you hereso
t: 'culinary But each was compelled to much but we did. It was tbe cookIng .. .
admit that never, even in the best clubs Nanon knew but she only laughed

W. C- BASS and restaurants had they eat down to and let me. have my way Always
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a daintier feast than that provided In she only had It in her mind to let me J.

the little Florida shack And that too. have my way and please me. But, to DAVENPORT. FLORIDA ,

t Wholesale land Retail on the necessarily limited fare go back after my wife died things .
"Mais oul!" exclaimed the delighted went wrong, and I lost all I had I -

t Dealer / Frenchman .. together they strolled toward had never been taught to work, so y-
the beach. "Such soup: Such could do little and there came a time
andMutton an entree! Such sauce bernabe! It when we didn't know where to get our
Fresh 'Beef
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Pork would appear tbat we have underrated next meal. Then came this chance ,
the Mile.: Wanop! Never have 1 had down here. Nanon told me to accept i

t such "a salad of _oota. It was It. 'But I can't keep accounts.: I told J. H. REDDITT : Stock.
, eautuTnlenough to make Oscar turn. her.' 'Never mind' said she! 'we'U Bi
the envlona Sl'tl8Dr" that *(o they'll never know: And she ;JEWELER .
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',"At last be baa been smitten with did On account of my lameness I got I .,
PHONE 44. the charm*'of Nanon." solemnly mar.snared permission to work her In the shack. AIiDt., ''. ?

Anjer. The little cod has got Now, don't you see? She did the work n ,'WATCH." ;: .' : '., ', ::1" J'" ., ; .
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busy and hit him In the stomach. But while I kept the bouse and cooked. .'. w ,. ,,I, ;" \1" ". 'I\t' ,.. ". -" \ .,b''Ii.
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rivalI, too' monsieur, hart these do you see but I can cook. French "

many 'years been In search of' a good cooking ha always been my bobby, iu. lots
rerr CLEANING cook." and I learned from some of the best

Ingrahaai looked at his companionscornfnQy. experts alive. WeU, I began to think
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Nanon ought to get married for I ( Thousand
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DYEING "Little beastsr be muttered. wanted some little children about In

REPAIRING "I weesh to Inform{ yon" aaidPreachy my old age She never attracted men, "'-

n .. Despard one 4 gbt, after a though. U they knew bow beautiful her BASS & : will ex- ,
oncer visit than usual, when he and heart and mind are Instead of looking
1 'M word ..t toy houM and clothe Nanon.bad COB (or a walk alone the at the face I would not hare had to
i will Ve called lor and returned. coral beach,. ".at I bar .* bonalre tot plan a scheme for getting attention for ;DEALERS INFancyGroceries with

,,9 r.. *' betrothed to Mile. Naaoa OHlg- her. I thought U a man really got to ,

Satisf>Eli'ctlonGaaranteei(. sbI& He bowed tow.WU know her It wouldn't matter about the and Feed of All cash for
"y )Ii I you turned the trick on'us,1 means. But rYe tailed you see." he
H aU right, rraacby. said tbe somewhat finished "and thaf alL I've disgraced Kinds.

.' >VIL.T-SON JR. discomfited Anjer. "May I hope my child and we'll bate'to tart'allOver We solicit part of your trade in this lo
.. J.it to ban an occasional Inrltatloo to eat again somewhere e..*."'" Country Produce, -t
at your bouseT I can't say bat what "Where Is the girt?" asked lncraaan boughtfand soldKISSIMMEE -
__-tNO'J'A.Ry J PUBLIC.,, ) on tb* whole, I'm just as well satisfled. soberly. O'Hlgglns nodded at the pines. "
f..5, t' '" .\ STATE AT LAROZ.y \ We'll at least bare tile cook In Seated on a dead tree trunk h* found '.1
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Real Estate Agent. the family so to peak." the girl, her.somber eye casing out PHONE el 1

[% FLORIDA lngraham looked up with a"'.Crown.for .' through the vista of pine tree Into the : : "
w.z > the ant time the girl'. aid ot this patch of opal sea beyoadur
+ occurred' to'b1m. 8h was to be sac- "'Jtfa_." b* maid offering bill hand '
.: Wl:: :$.., HARWELLREAL I'IGt'edBut" with a shrug a* U be TT conic to see It there tent something n :

would dace the-thing although tile 1 can say-something,I can do"-
'''EST'ATE Ctrl' dark *7** .han ted, hlnyhe turn 'What .tether to be aaI4!" ah* answered

*" .r ., *' eel to bJa beoIr. .ruefully lmUlDe.OOOnIJoI1l7 :
k ,t(? : Two day later Despard cam III.. .pleas don't Bay you'll brine him back." II'f Moore'
NotarytPubltc at Large'.1h from tbe oonstroctloa camp early H* .I IrI1.....1OU don't lor*--didn't Jove''': -

t Offloe./over ..:Robejrson's Pharmacy waailntrwsted by the superintendent't .."I lor* my father.she said almply.!
3 :;;KISSIMMEE. FLA; with'a message for d'Hlggms *o prepare "And he wanted me to marry.",
'for a visit fees one of the board As .tli looked down Into the
man FLORIDA .
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M' deep eyes that told so much of self
;D "i r.; w., SIMPSON sighted B* went", therefore, at one sacrifice and love, that would hare I A:'
the shack In the
cross th beach to made her even sacrifice ber lit to give
DENTIST palm tree With th* freedom of the an old man passing happlneaa the '.
.ccepted lover lie turned the corner of
brokeover
low dawn of a comprehension
Upstairs ID Kate Building tile house toward tile little kitchen. wbat .-r
t him, a comprehension of It
,8 .. m. to 1% m. "She!!I will be preparing for me tile
OTFICKHOTTRS. > > 1:30 to 6:30m.. grand dinner," b* said to himself unctuously i meant to know a woman ,wbo knew ......+....
Telephone No. 70 Jun 6, lyr. and, leaned across th* sill of I only one law-tb* law -of devotion, ASIC:THE
I He had never been a man of Impulse Wbo MU taraltvM n retail "
the window through which h* could
.' bat as Ingrabam gased at her the one prK* a baelr dlnlm te Exchange
: hear the rattle of pots And pans The this made
{ OIT1CB OF COUNTY JUDGE. KISSIHMKKATTORNEYATLAW that came to him was heeded. IIJM ot aa rU M> t
sight thatjmet his eye made his jaw oak "'ftnUtad, 'IP
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) C3.'F. KRIE3SS drop and"'stilled the greeting on hilt "There" ase other men to marry Na ..._'- W7o&tia.. rt -
said her In
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non looking .
lips More quietly than be bad come apeall1 prio for a.hortlm
the withdrew and slunk acrossthe the eyes! The girl winced a bit, but TII9 .r. towto tttbl U,TT BUREAU
PmetlMlaClmH ... Tltk __ man the'bunk boat. laughingly replied: and MM Obo to you roes :
1 o-s.. a.- Aiwmm &te dn_ beach to latdory. -
> "It cannot be that yon, too, are -- | '.
cad A.k..lw.d.r..ab t k.e,. '. Only an Idling darky boy was Insight '
? when. reached the wait, looking for a ceokr 4BMD US TOUR : Z .
he said ..4e. ..eM. < St. Cloud Ji..
-- Ing motorboat. Into which be hurriedly "I'm looking for a woman. tad inaMa Utof Florida 1
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> For Sate. climbed carrying a nit case and "a.nd I think rye found ber I WOn't Florida Chair Facto .
? three note be bad written. ask ;you to answer me now," he went Accident I Insurance Co's.
600 acre farm, excellent location, over "Hep, yon,." be called as be started on hurriedly. "I hare only found myself :: kltkson fk, FbD Rents Collected t
200. acres ,of deep, rich prairie-muck! the motor "deliver these note as soon i that I love you, aDd till sensation -

a ready; for the' plow.' Some fine hummock as this boat 1* out of slgbtr! Out In I is so wonderful that,!, too, must Deeds recorded
? .Ii; for orange Culhret; some high pine land. the channel he turned In tb* opposite have time to think of It. But you will A.- VANS AGNEW,
c. Nearly'on.. mils of beautiful beach on direction from-I tcbt'a key and headed think of me a little, won't your Abstracts furnished
Investment Tb girl) put out her hand a* a glad Seed Company 'i'
,A .lake This is a high-class for Ulaml. 'Th negro boy waited
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and the owner,says SELL. It will pay until a little promontory bid the boat light flitted In the somber eyes through I Florida firm.
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p, you to Investigate this. I from view and the cbng-chug of the their w-onderlng. I AND PUBLIC, H. M. Breaker.
motor could no longer be beard and '1 think rTe always don that" abe I Z
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_Annual Meeting-at .Lake City April .
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The nntia7'- meeting of 'the StatePress lot, 60x120 t In -Tuft $100. .' '
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Association will be held this yearon ,
And get prices before buying: ..We are the llth and 12th of April at Lake .(

the Originators of Low. Prices. City." h.-.<--< < / 5-Acrefarm. in Kjtesimmee' ,City, .,
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Thffexecutiv( committee has arrangedthe t tr.

,in Kisalmmee. : I following program APRIL.forth 11 a..race ting.; ---'- ; .....-- .... $300. ._-:" l., -'. t. ",1, --. .....____.,'-'.:.._T....... ........;:. _. \\(

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MONDAY '
I to order the .., .. *
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WE SELL ?, < preside t;.and roll call( of members., .

Apron Checks v ate. ..,.,..j,..,..., .-f.6 to lOe per yd .,Inv04Ul n by Dr. H. 'Tribble' r Colony, Tracts. Timber Lands; Farm, and Orange Groves ', .
: '1' Dress Ginghams at. .*... .'.i, .. .. .. . ., .7to12c per yd president. ot Columbia College. : p .
40-ln. Unbleached Sheeting at, .., . .. Tie per yd Address of-wdctJttie by//. Hon J. B. !oo. .
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Shirting Calico at ,.'.. .,., ., ,. , . .. .5 to fo per yd- Ilodges . *' ADDRESSW.LT
Quilt Lining at ., ..*.. . ... .. . .. .'.6c. per id'{ mayor' of Lake CityoResponse ,. .- . ., ,'. ... 1
Beat Calico . .. .. . ..6| to 7c per yd ,by Hon. Frank Harris. << ', 11 '
100 pieces Dress Gopds from.-;:..,. :I..15:: to 75 per yd mer."Ocala. \ '!' ,
Poplar Cloth, assorted colors, at. . ,!. ... 26e per yd Routine business and adjournment.
Check Homespun at. .', . .. . .. . . . 6 to 8c per yd , : \L A.N.D-U ZOR11 2 2I
2 NewspaperMan
r ,Outing Flannel . .. ,.. . .. .. .: .7 to lOc per yd ,... p..nt m.-Paper.'Thla Stntj_Why'the ShniilH BegoroaMam.. _ .
Elegant-LiA&-Cul'taln-GoodIl-rV.. ., .'7 to-2fr------ '
Elegant Line Serpentine Crepe at .20 to 25c per yd bers of the Florida Press Association, KISSIMMEE FLoRIDA'
Table Linen . . . . . ..'. .. .. , . 35c to $1 per yd Hon. A. M. C. Russell, Argus, Brooks- ,
Best Galatier Cloth at . .. . . ,. . >. . . 15c per yd . ' ,
Table,Felt 64ln. at .,. ,. ., . . . , ....55c per yd yule : .,
Table Oil Cloth ai. . . .. ,.. . . . . .25c per yd Paper, The Editorial Page of the
Linen Crash at . .'. . .. . .. .... ..10 to 16 per yd Country W skly& W. B. Hare, News; )'
Cotton Crash . . .. . . .. . .. ,-. ., .. .5 to 8c per yd Arcadia, .
The Famous Rub Dry Towel at .. .. .', . ,.35c to ToeLadies' 'the = '
. .. .. .. .. .. , . . Paper, Good.Roads and Newspaper .
Ladies' Shirt Wrappers Waists.. .... ..'. .. .'.. . ". .\\ . hoc.65c up up Harry It. Brown, Record, St. Augustine .........T.... ...............,..,......., '. hY
Ladies' Skirts. . . .., !. . . ". .. 95c to 110 each ; C. L. Bittinger Star Ocala; : "' "
Ladies' Petticoats .. .... ., .. ., . ., ,6Oc to $8 each J. W. White, Fraternal Record, Jacksonville .. .
Ladies' Raincoats, , , . ., . ... .. .: , .,. . .$5 up .
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'Ladies' Coat Suit* ... ..... ...,.. ..-. . . . .$9 up 1'
Ladies' Vests, . . ... .. .. .. . . . .. . .10( to 60c 7:30 p. m.-Literary exercises.
Ladies' Kimonas. .. . .. . .. .. .. . 26c to $1.50 each Annual Poem, W. E Pabor. ' -
Pure Linen Laces ..,.". .. .. . . .. .... .. . .& to 26c Annual Address, President Harry L. RoI
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12 don Buttons for. -
Gold Eye Needles,j per paper' . . . .. . , 5c Brown. i }
Ladles Coats :1 Sweaters at popular prices. The Newspaper Man as a Prophet, i
Enormous lot of. ,broideries at ridiculously low prices.A W. B erawford. News, Pensacola. IT PAYS '
beautiful Line of Ribbona,-Dresa Trimmings, etc. A Typical>\ Tropical Florida Editor, ;,
Above We have riven you prices on a very few Items in] our .
immense and well selected stock. Frank A. Walpole, Record, Manatee. .
Celery as a Brain Food, J. R. Holly, .
alYoure( -tor good goods ana low prices, .
Herald, Sanford.Interspersed .
wjll l be recitations and :.
: H. STANFORD_ GO. musical selections by the college students .- to call on the W. B. MAKINSON COMPANY, who will treat you on the ,

and* others. : square, in selling you, at a'fair price, anything you* want to; build .,
P TUESDAY, APRIL 12
I you a home and furnish it complete. ., i .
9:30: a. m.-Open discussion of advertising

-- - . rates by all members, with a Our lines are too numerous to mention, but'here are some- "
question box. It is expected that this

IZ.r W.. & p.: [ BASS will 2 p.take m.-Committee up the entire morning.reports, routine BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, SASH, DOORS, BARBeD WIREPOUL]] ''

business, election of officers, etc. TRY WIRE, WAGONS, PLOWS, PAINTS, OILS, ROOFING, .
The National Editorial Association. '
C. L. Bittinger. Star. Ocala. ASBESTOS, SHINGLES, HARDWARE QUEENS- __ ..
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
8 p. m.-Address, subject to be selected -
WARE, STOVES GRANITE WAREFurniture
by himself Governor Albert W .

Wood prick or StoneCUARANTEEITO.GIVEPERFECTJSATISF Gilchrist. '
Short program by college faculty and

\ students. ..a,
Reception by citizens of Lake City.
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The morning and afternoon sessions For Parlor '
I\ ACTION. will be held In Columbia county's hand- your ,. .Bed ,
some court house. The evening literary
exercises will take place in the audito- I room, Dining Room,. i

rium of Columbia college. The recep-
Kissinittiee,' Florida tion to the visitors by the citizens of Kitchen and Porch. :
Lake City will also take place at the

college.
r ;1'v The following are the officers of the

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President-Harry L. Brown, Record. Fishing Tackle, Camping and Hunting Outfits
NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. : St. Augustine.
Vice.Pre ident-Frank Harris. Ban-
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ner, Ocala. J 't..r
C. W. Griffin : Secretary-T. J. Appleyard, Index,
Lake City. : When you wish to buy, come and see us and we will surely *'t
Treasurer-J. W. White, Fraternal ,
tC save {'
you money
Record, Jacksonville.National .
\ Fancy Family. Groceries Committeeman. ''L. Bit- .,
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1 i Fresh Meats. linger Star, Ocala.' .

,, Notice. ; i : Rt MAKINSONCO'j
lit Delluery Every Day.al.any,Hour .Patronage: =Soiiclted.arcel : To the Property Owners of Osceola Co.: W."i: .' '

te..fiea' .* A'A' I will be at the different precincta: on Urn '"' ,'

the days as mentioned below, and i Insist .!
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Why Pay Sixty or One haye personal made property any changes, arrange In their to meet real me Or: : KISSIMMEE and ST. CLOUD tw

Shingle Creek-Friday, Feb. 25th. !\ft ,. ,
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Campbell Station-Saturday, Feb. 26th .

Hundred ;When You Can Peghorn' -: Monday, Feb. 28th. '' 2 -.4
Crab Grass-Wednesday, March 2nd. I
Whittier-Friday, March 4th. -

Bu.y the Best for B..mger-Monday. March 7th. : . J'

Narcoossee-Very Friday respectfully March 11th., ._......... ....... : ..... "

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J. L. OVKXSTREKT, "
Seven ? ? I
Fifty 7-tf Tax Assessor, Osceola County. I

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/ Mayor's Prod rnation.
176O acres adjoining and nearKissimmee on

good roads in the flowing well district. Titles Under and bY Tlrlue of the power tested lame '
: < I, T. M. Murphy Mayor of Hlwtmm.eCityforldado '
perfect at SEVEN FIFTY per acre. hereby announce, proclaimnd S'.COUOD
deoltre that an election wUl be Held at theCity
Why buy wild land when you can by the best Hall,In said City daring the legal hour
ol voting,on 6atnrd,the 86th! day of Match I
improved farm in Osceola] county for less money? A.D.Wltf, for the purpose of electing the following
officer to..rye.term of one,.... vie:
160 acres with stock, tools, poultry, all goes. One Mayor, REMEDY:

I T rms liberal. One Clerk rODe :
Marshal and Tax Collector

W. L. VAN DUZOftrtRarom Abo. ,to One serve Treasurer for a term, 'of two ,....., .

Two member City Couooll. .....
.. I hereby appoint O.B. Woodall, 1.. H.Inframnd h'
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Harwell..Clerk of said Election.In j
11"'athe 'a wltpene whereof,I bare hereunto eot m; I .,. ,y "' k. :
hand. Mayor of said City,and caused the seal I "a X
re of rid. City to be hereunto affixed this 26th day '
q of February,A. D. 1910. CoughRemedyneverdisappoinU You can stop that coughing -' Mothers croupy l'children '':'t."
[seal] T. M. MURPHY, by wing Chamber should always keep a :
Attest: Mayer of Kimdmnioe City.J. those who uN it for obstinate lain* Cough Remedy. It'elieYeli bottle oE ChamberUm' '
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: ..a.Gn.axaa.Clerk. d-St cough, colds or irri- the lung,aid*'ex* Remedy handy.,It : J
: - -- tation of the throat and pectoration and effects a will save anxious= ?:i' ,,.

, Ii- .. J. E. & Co. lung. First dose relieves. .prompt, permanent cure. .niaht hiIdren'like many it. Jr'.if.v i
'''the' above t1lastratio fa from photormph of the Plant rncastry DaUc1- Sharpe ,
f U.S. Department o',agriculture WaihiDgton U.C. Itla located ill the '
b&tof the city: and fa covered: withPAROIDKOOFINO. 'The Government '

\ Isp nsca It PAROID finds nothings for Stsblea* economics bsrrsck,irsrcbonae.-J:; ,etc. It: Cues PAROIObewuso DEALERS IN [2. soc, $1.00 For Sale Everywhere sCool. soy. zsc I ,

,. PAROIO the Ideal roodagfor bans, stables.sheds; poultry hones, .
: lehonse*. outbuildings, vtlnmble for roofingf siding. It 1* ,
ra. n&anentieMytoUyls. spuk and tinder proof, slate color,contains no Staple and Fancy GroceriesAND .-
-,.oe cot crack,and doe not run in II1UIlmer. '\
What is food for tho Government will be nary nod for
CaU for free samples of i PAROID and eee lust what It i*. t10oR of ap- COUNTRY PRbDUCE :
to-dato Poultry and Fazn. :Building J'1aDa.fno for tho asking /

W. B.._IVfAKINSON CO., Klssimmee-St. Cloud KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA We doIi RALrRINTIN6I< :

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r i 4'{ GENERAL DIRECTORY For ale.)' In the Circuit Court' Seventh I i< Touring Car for Sale I AN ORDINANCE' IJe I Wa. THOMPSON +

_ Two good houses close in ant beauti- JUdicial Circuit, Osceola L i ring car in perfect order. AN ORDINANCE providing for the Issuance by
ful ![ i on hind wheels 2 extra in- I the City: of KiMlmniae of Bond In Certain;
Of the Churches and Fraternal Societies view or the lake; one has 10 rooms County, Florida In '
Am..nt.
i The car is as good as new. for file Purpose of installing a Mu-
and the other six fine location well
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of Kissimmee. Chancery. i Vv i. '' eap if bought at once. De- nlcrpalbystemof Waterwmks and Sewerage a
f rented and always occupied. Thin i tails at Valley Gazette office. Address and for the Submission. of the Question of
: property is a sure enough snap and you 'I' <' 'I|. O"<. -miltiiKeli,, M.<.<.!.... "DIviircBII 1, DRAWER 88: I Such Issuance to au Election of the Qualified: FUNERA,, pi? RECTOR

had better hurry. Terms can be had if app'| nr/ni/, .: (IT sill.InUSI.IMMI.led' to iliu bill Orlando Fla. .Elector of Said City andLICENSED h
CHURCHES. It lu.i in Ih.. abnv "Utcil, cnu, >... ,ilmlue KowiMcOi'C ',I Whereas. the installation operation of a
necessary ahl( anyone desiring a good ", i ili>fi-iulniil, I ihi-r, in n ..inil, ,in i non, KATACH"t municipal. system of Waterworks t Sewerage" EMBALMER
S investment cannot turn this proposition[ roxM.- tit lhu Stale' f-liri| ( ia, end In a rr.1.l i! G. E. I i. deemedneoawAry by: the Council!of the cliy .
r I BAPTIST. down. Call and let us show you. It i is d.-ut '' 'luu) : eolith npilinu. end f 1M CIVIT: tin* t i of KW.lmmeeand I

w Stephens very clone in to the business part of the UK*. "f I "in,. rue )','nro i. N ',iii| M.f rf onlirwltlmt 1 . AGENT FOR Whores. It will be necessary to bowl Ib City I
Sunday pastor. .,Hi, I IIII.r".II"III, ili.f-n IHIII 'IM- 00,1 the Iin order to provide the fund with which to II
School 9.45 a. m.-N.C. Bryan will large rvtuns Standard Cypress Incubators I
city. Property pay : , .. Opposite Courthouse
N U. r i o I f 'j' r< iuirc 11 appear|'| tmhe' ill! ofCOIN.ili.l construct uul malntalu imoh Waterworks and
au erintehdent. on the price and grow double the pre ] ( lllc 1 In .t,1) cmi-i, in or before jl.. and Supplies i, Sewerage System, and
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 m. KIIiIHIIiMEE '
t' p. ent price in a few years dnytbeli-bley..t .\.1"\ II "in. oihi-ruti-o Whereas,the Ul t.lnilie-kal bouding capacity FLORIDA r
Prayer meeting 7.45 Thursday evening. : lll . ,. of tbe City baited theliMt ,,1
B. 9-tf NELSON KEAI.TY Co. ttlr.L'""tf >tBOf -Hill l 10,11! Ull I. UkLII N 'loll IIMJU| aHRemtnttnt KOI
Y. B. U. 7.45
Friday
evening. f..".tl by MiKldnfumlant of 1UO\ \ ivuUblo for tins purpose Is It:,V",>.Ai.
Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. For Sale. 'I| It l-fiir '... I I. red dint thl. i.nl.-r be pub. Therefore be It ordalnod by the romirll of GAME LAW

4.\ i lUln-d i.uc. H we-.k fcif, four toucwotlvp ..ee.khIn the City of KimilmineeBocllon .
Than I
DS cam lawruiirs -
20 acres of nice land inside the cor th Ki.smuI.. -" Yan.yomenss uew.pne, 1. That under and by virtu of the a.7 s.s areas,
limits -of Kissimmee. Good puhllilie'l ,MI lh- .nll i <..,u tly nml, elate l power rented In tHe. City .of Kts&linmoe bT isa m
'f S. S. Snyder pastor. porate DOUK and ord,-r, d nl .1..1"10.. Kto ibis Chapter MC&. Acta of 1W&( Laws of Florida, the emu j "
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.Goo. F. orange and trucking land. Price $50 24th day ol I r,brimr. >', t. I) I Wit' City ahall uwueJts boud for the sum of Forty If*.-an..*.. to cars Ye.Ian. f
t'' Parker, superintendent per acre; time on half if desired. We A 'IHTJK E DON KUAN. j I I Three Thomumfrgml'Mo-100 Dollars, lu Forty.three : uoe. Chllbaad baatle t&o.r-a.anneebottle a- I

Christian Endeavor 6.00 p. m. also have 10 acres of land about t'of a Ut'rk Circuit Coart.i. bond, to be styled "Waterworks and eta Asktkednare
i Preaching every second and fourth mile from .the court house that will 1.. :\I...>:.. j i J a Sewerage BoDds." of the denomination of Cue
Hollc,t.r lot ': STANDARD Thousand Dollar each drawing Interest, pay.
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:00 ojQpeum't)
p. m. raise citrus fruits be
Prayer meeting and choir practice vegetables and HtsUiof flotilla. One/Ait; Count) ... 'HERS INCUBATOR.1 able aaml-annnally, at lb. rate of six per cent
sides being nicely l located for residences I / Flit ProofImursHej..I per annum maturing lu Thirty' Years from
Thursdays betore the second and fourth I h..bytlly thst thrsl.ov"a' d 1 foi.ioln. I II. ? 5r .
Sundays at 7:00 p. m. Would make an ideal place for a nice Is a trin- ..,.p) oltiiy .ii Visitors made in..f1caua.o l Illii In / Of Yean, Fl..-Bond.In Ten Yean, Pin Beads In
most > BREEDER
cordially invited to'all home where a jersey cow and chickens in o < eKlssimmixv _
services.y FJ.irUa, ....hru.. !I h. IKK Fifteen Year. Eight Bo'uda In Twenty Yean,
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could be kept, leaving ample room for .'White Cafe LaRue .
r Wyandottes :
js II | Alli.lU. K; DONKoAN/ Ten Bonda In Twenty-Five Yean tad Ten :
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.- grove and trucking. Price 1600. j C 1\] .ill C ,Ik. frcuil Court Box'622 KISSIMMEE, FLA. Bond iu Thirty Year, and the lutrost and .

I 9-tf NELSON REALTY Co. i I II teal -- ---1---- principal payable In gold or Its equivalent at ,. :
CHRISTIAN. the office of the Treasurer of sid City said .

A. M. Chisholm, pastor. I I Stock Ranch for Sale. I l bonds! to be Issued for the purpose of Installing A La Carte .'
constructing municipal .ptem.1 Waterworks ?
1e.. Preaching tint, second and third Sun We have 2,500 acres of land 4 miles and Sewerage In said City.;
days of each month at 11 and .
a. m. 7.46
}i p. m. frbm Kissimmee, and within 2 miles of Section 2. That an Election be held at as ::1
early a date as practicable at wbl b the ,
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Bible School 9.45L m.-A. two other railway stations land fence r '
W. Winn, ; lion to be submitted to electors of said City ,1\.
11 \ superintendent; A. L. David on/assis- and well adapted to raising horses, cat- having the qualifications prescribed by Section ...\

*' tant Christian superintendent tle, hogs or sheep. Can sell this land lOW, of the General Statutes of the'State ol everything the Market Affords -."',

Endeavor'every Sunday cheap and on terms if desi ed.. I Florida,shall be the insurance of saW bonds, and .
evening at 6.30 very
p. m.- the Mayor shall forthwith. Issue his proclamation Served' in r
p.o.Date.StyIe.
& ;r Prayer meeting and choir practice every 9-tf NELSON REALTY Co. j for said election. ". i\ "

,Thursday at 7.45 p.' m. . .: I Section 1. .That the form of the Ballot la. be- < '.
.,.-, for Sale.' used at said Election ball be substantially "
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':*" <-' .' '..i''.I. of hard; road j //1ry.a followed OFFICIAL Municipal ( -. J \
', .'. EPISCOPAL.. ',"' "?<. Several tract land on BALLOTr doodiug r
Election----------A.p., 1910, City of Klwlmmee. ,
in from $15 to 950
ranging prices (
h '! .Kev. David D. Kidd rector. I, Diamond Edge" Ax Florida. DINNER '36 CENTS
W Services second and fourth per acre. Let us show you what we
every Sun I i Make cross m.rkaJlb61ore{( )| the question of .
1J.; day at 11.-00 a. m. have to offer. Terms can generally be Chopping wood may not be a pleasure, your choice.
Communion 2nd' Sunday at morning arranged when necessary. We have I II ? ...I "Vote for one. .
services. 1 but it a certain that the hard work
suit For Waterworks" and Sewerage Buudn.
and
all classes of
', _Guild meeting every first Tuesday. |I one desiring to property locate: where can life can any be I it may be mac e less b the use of an ax Against. Waterworks and. Sewerage Bond."
Section 4. Ufaould the Issuance of said bonds
,J- ;;-- I enjoyed 365 days in the year: hit that is made iIigut. I ry a "Diamond be authorised by: the required two-thirds vote, Seal-Shippod Oysters

t'I', MITRODIST.F. I 9-tf .NEEBOM REALTY Cp. Edge: wq every cent it cotta then said bonds shall be lamed according to served in. all styles.
II law without delay: and the Council shall |befere -
;tai.' Mitchell'pastor.Preaching ; Notice to l fisherman( ti snob issuance, provide by: ordinance for
.- every Sunday, morning and tae redemption of said bond at maturity and
...oveaing.Sunday. : Notice is hereby given that the law :Mr the payment of the Interest upon the .asm.
School 9.45 a. m.-J... M. Lee I against seining the lake of this county I Section 5. That all ordinances or parts thereof t
t superintendent.. will hereafter be strictly enforced. All I in conflict herewith.be. and the same are, t
parties Interested will take notice-and hereby>> repealed.. TM eonWscs( kit be. Islas sand
meeting Thursday govern themselves,accordingly. We have? a full lino of Bead a amt, and second Urn by unanimous tardeacs le Pam's Geed. ..dtwlia4
Prayer every ,- C. F. PRBVATT, la
have bees (mpossibbte kel
night." 'consent and passed in open session this fourthday
Sheriff. slcN.M d .
te," '' of January, A.D. 1910. sat loon yet.m -
Choir pracUcei every Saturday night. _-
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-V i_' Diamond Edge i (seal) T. W.ELL18. se.dttewtot.
Notice.Kotios President of Council, City of Klaalmme\ rt :+,
; FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .........:
Our Furniture is full of 1
t,'f''j I',,. U hereby given that John H. Rodgerswill Department I. a.ou.aaaT.61srk I
.4' make M>ptJe*>tlon to the State Boara of of the City of KUaslmmee.Photography. .
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J ""' } I pardon at Tallahasaee Florida for oommntatlon Real Values, .
? IIABbNIfh f4f" . of sentence en the and day of March. J810 1,1'
tf Orange Blossom Lodge, No.l80. F. ft: or as soon thereafter as can be heard. The said Get our Prices on Chairs Dining f4waytdo .
A. M., meets 'Ant sod third Mondayr John H. Rodgers having been oDrioteA of I mm prepared to make) photographs tmdlWhat 705 .. l
J rh In each month at 7.80 o'clock In murder In the aril degree. at the Spring Tstsm. fables Bureaus of all kinds at.mil studio located Just e/terwb.n exiled, M SUITS them,111 Pa tab
ty 2 Fraternity Hall. j ..,' A..D. WC term of lh. Circuit Court la and foe above the Midland Ry:, make.outaid.lviews. IUMISI Pmt-sa ngsetl.D. $ +
t., J. If. I hna.lr,'. W. M. ; the County of Okoeola and State of Florid. or will jro anywhere to I
Mattresses .
W. M. Caro secretary. Ktaelmmee Florida.,Feb. 24th 110. Washstands, Bed and Springs Prieea reasonable > N.PIaava00Ds .fI.NI.h. '

I W.J. BBAU.t. J. A. LAMCA8TEK.
:[KNIOHTS< OF PTTHUfl. U Moon. The..Or.eat. Majestic Range ITREO.

.: 'Frl.tidahtpLOdg.Na: 10. meet*every p..A.VAae Aon.". O. HOFFMAN CHASr DAYTt.:.
.WedDMdayDlpt-at1.00o'tlocknFra-! Attorneys, for Applicant. ,, New Brarrett Range 'and Stove, .

,, ,rt ternity H 11.e .-' -- The Hoffman
.i e F. C. Bryan, chancellor commander. Notice of, Application for Tax 1'iotio11QlI11sura11ce Gasoline Range'arid Stove, Painting Compa ,

./ ,,';" .R.O;,Meek.; keeper record and 1r seal.r3 Deed Under Sections 574 and. Perfection_Coal Oil Stove. -

:: . -- of the General Statutes Ab'I
.. 575 of
Leading Painters Kissimmee
ht .,' J" r3* .:- BCtOLLCAMP NO.'79, W. O. W. of the State of- If you try .its onceyouw111beauretocomeafiai

I" sleeting nights second and fourth .. .

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t't' > Clerk. Notice in hereby glvou that Fate auLBvau.purohaserof . OUR MOTTO: "Best of workmanship best of material, cheapest of prices "
1 ;i W. B. Johnson, ,
#{> 1 centdcate I No 61, dated the
.tJ'"': "' < 4' ..... 7th Cay of July tax A. D. HXW\ b. tiled laid ceriltt- has brought us since six years all the work we _could! do. Only contented eu -

.t1J"'!'! and has made spp.lcatlou for to men and much praise. Twenty-four years experience. All we ask of
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( "'.r ,"J" .Gen. 0. 0.. Howard Post G. A. R.X' I tax deed to !Imiue In accordance with law; mid OsceolaCompany Udw U tp continue your confidence in us and we'll do the rest. sit

i' certificate embracing the following p..U
Tweets every Wednesday at 2 p. m. I, Florida, to-wlt Os
situated In Oeoebla Couuty
1:1': ;.. :"\; n Fraternity BalL Visiting Cqmrades The We t hall of thr Northeast Quuter of (, ld t
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:cordially I. POULTRY
I Douth a.III7., East fPLl$
SoC-tion to, Township: e C
,O,DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX I ''L
jJ:. .....oJ;...' ?,..., -Adjutant.Commander.. cunt4lniug eUbty MT,,s, -- The Oldest Established Seed House To Florida! '}
The salu lend being at the limn o( lixusm"ofMid .... J .
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Unless tall certificate shall be ru ;t.gt i 1r ,,Lbt ftblock' 246 in St, Cloud and .lotffeO to las, tax dved will issue tlicrion un Garden, Field and Flower Seed, Poultry Supplies and Remedies, Recleaned Bird "r

4' ,>ecUon 22 towtu.25 range 80, for the :Kin day: of March. A. D 11110.. i
I,. *, property In Kla tm n e.; [seal I) ARTHUR'E.. DO.Nk,(JAM< Seed. Incubators. Write for Catalogue. I

''t-tt .'. . NELSON REALTY Co. H' Clerk Clmult Touvl,Oseools C'o. Fla.'1 Phone 4277. a06 B. Bay Street JACK&ONVg.LF. FL9g1DAr '. .
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