Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1911
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: VID00520
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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wM ass Meeting of the, Board of .Trade Campaign''' Committee is' Chosen to. ljf; ,.v j

7:' Unanimously Favors Proposition- "W't .Help..' Proposition. for Stre tImprovement. ;:*'

To .be. Voted on Tuesday. .r ; ' ;;
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At a ma.meeting ,hed| on Monday I "

II night the Board of Trade went on record -

r' without.. a dissenting voice,- a* fa- ;fads About, Proposed _Street '
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'vorlni'the project to ,borrow $;!5.000 Improvementj., .

1' for the purpose of paving certain of the Amougtover4o,000gpareyat.ds. '

streets with vitrified brick l :. Further I
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Ii.. 'than than this, the meeting decided to ,ol-approxlmatly 60,000.. I *I *>,
:., appoint i campaign committee to'push Cost to city,Including street inttraectksuapproximately -

.' the to v IS.OOO.., .
,. the project during day prior Added '
the election and 'an active > .+ <* tax rate-nothing. :
: carry: .on >- y
.campaign in,favor of the movement I ;,,,- :, .,THB"OBAr8TONE:,",ri8811YrE'DALATW.ALL-YGUsTOURIST. HOTEL' -, .. '." Method annual of street repaying fund. loan'-out ot. ,,
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( consideration of the street Improvement -
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Advantage borrowing 4 '
matter Monday night was -- money- *
II I,permanent\ lmprovementeinfiad
marked by 'the greatest enthusiasm. .. .
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occasion to emphasize the' j >. of temporary patchwork.
very-great ,
whores reacue'free $66,000,
There was only one opinion as to the brigand was '
value to a city of improved stneetagiv. 'SoUthCanal Who should vote<< to
LocksTo authorize an-
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. ; importance and in fact, the absolute paid a number of year ago The meetIng '-
ing Instance of his own'observation in ;i7iry'bnaowhohasthelnteiwte'
necessity paving the streets. There wa held under th.. auspice* of tie
the city where 'he had formerly lived. Woman'. Union of Kissimmee and, himself>at rt.
boweveraneernestdeeiretoknow Christian'Temperance ;
Was, '
.,,1. regarding! the proposition, the cost, the Captain H. M. Breaker cited thecae ; BeiBuilt\ At Once the .tateo.-nJaation having: brought heart,), ,
. of Chattanooga which he had de-. !Reason for "
seen voting "
\ .af eguard*which are to be placed around .. Miss Stone to Florida for a month'. against proposition
velop, largely because of a big bond !issue "'* : -none. < -
,4': : '' the work the practicability of vitrified peaking tour, v. 1

", ..1 .brick.. a paving material. twenty-five year ago for street Work Will Vital Mis Stone U a very pleating speakerand .
Begin on Project >
a" improvement, from a population of 12.- lotidny: ,, df Importance .1 '
.I S. J. Triplett presided over the meetIng ha a theme of ,dramaticjntereat.; a' J."Triplett, Chairman. #

. '.I. ... at the reque.t of President Nelwh.fib. 000 'with mud a foot deep on the main to This Clty=iink; in Waterway to. Preceding her account of her captureby J. M.>Lee. '

}t.\-\ ?'\ In the temporary absence of Council- street, to a hustling city of 60,000 with'' brigand, ,and of the six months ofbond.jfe 'L.'' H.'Ipgranv.. ,
forty miles of paved streets. the Gulf to Be Deepened.:--Wilt Make Year- e
th. '
.man C. W. Dann., chairman of While waiting for the ransom Emil Mach .

: 1. street commttee| ,
;ff called upon by the chairman to speak favor of the proposition expressing the account of the present. progress of the "','K.,Willson Jr. \ ;

r' ''with reference to the street proposition. belief that if the proposed streets were The prohibition movement Sh spoke with '.R.T.: Butler; .' 'f: 'j
the would with Southern Coloniiatiou Co. is to : the boate to Lake Okeechobee whence
paved people not
stop .
Mr Stanford a clear and straightforward the utmost enthusiasm -andheld the L. H. Cohood.. ., ;
Jr. gave v f.t: ;
that. begin work next Monday on the locks 1 access is hadby canal, lake and river ,
of the action of the closest l attention her audience. She E.L. Lesley.;
1:: : account -; ,
., Councilman Dann stated that the which are to be placed : council and of (the details of the pro- and Hatchneha aid then entered Into, a recital of the horrors ."The: .foreltotngnamed:: men'comrxv->> .
canals win push Southport and Hatchneha locks t
I council wanted the know that
f people to
not of the six months her in I the : ;,
ject. He spoke enthusiastically this'much' spent by campaign committee appointed bf
everything in connection with the matter nedetf work rapidly to its will supply the necessary link !lit what
"r: only of the necessity of making permanent the hands ofthe'brigands, and told .a 1 President Nelson of.the Board .Trade\ .
: completion. This project has been in has been otherwise I
ia and a practically deepwater
aboveboard .that thereis
'|. i improvements but of the advisability open ; story of suffering that aroused the utmost I to work for: the proposition tomorrow' ',
and that contemplation for some time and plans route and makes this deep water:
no trickery Expenditure -
-to' of doing it now and In.th!! manner every sympathy.Miss (25.000 for,permanent street' lidprovetnenC .. r
y proposed. is open to the public. ," have now been completed for the work, available at all times 6f the year. It 1 Stone declared that under the ;.. ,The organization, after r"w
I In answer to an inquiry to whetherthe which is of so vital importance to this makes of Klaslnxmee a port of"entry hearing
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s as I
Mr. Stanford reviewed briefly the hew regime in Turkey:,kidnaping and I all side of th*' matter'discussed decided -
"' '. past history of the streets, the city city would carry any of the taxpayers city. and adds another to its .already' long brigandage ha been absolutely' stamped to..throwitseltbeaetuy-IDto-the; t
It is the to build the lockslilgh list of ;
purpose advantages
from sand to for, more than twelve months, It out. She said that in this and ,
having gone successively .respect .mI movement this committee I i.author:
enough to the fall of Since the
the canals
first
: boards from red clay to marL All of was stated that the IndfbUdnefS is overcome drainage were erica I II now behind Turkey; and In. the ked to show'all the "doubting Thornas ,'
I' ythee guaranteed by the city, and that any- water in the canals. This is twentytwo built the necessity for some !change mot she .. .", the ? 1'
; he said had proved unfortunate emphatic way gave her opinion ,very great 'Importance of j
inches In the Southport'canal that
and would water
c not from any lackof honesty on the body with money would gladly carry the Rive uninterrupted that no less a punishment than death I permanently Improving the..treet*. and, VI
Fourteen Inches In the Hatchneha canaL traffic has been felt The ,Valley *( j
citizen. keenly
A part of the council but simply because should be meted out to kidnaper IB! of doing It now.Kissimnie. .., . .
motion{ endorse the and The work of locking will begin the Gazette has kept the matter to' the
The to loan
they were trying to get along In the no other way Jb..aId. can it be stopped after aq adyirtMbtgsam.. ,. I!
;, Southport canal and will be followedby fore until it has been Of
of recognized u
pledging the members of the Board .
cheapest way possible. The time has I here a* in that way. only.wa. it topped palgn which bas ID ide.Jbte city knowrX:
3> that in the
"j: Hatchneha. about sufficient Importance seriousconsideration
taking to
work
.. Trade to for it, was carried by an justify *
:" now come. said Mr.. Stanford" :: when I in Turkey.. all o.r.the world,cannot afford now.to. 11'
.'month for :
jts completion.The .and that consideration j j
vote'
enthusiastic standing 27 to 0.
the city must make a peffrflrnf street )I The address wa pr.c.d.d'by a dec drop'out of the ,procession. There f*;_. '
On motion of W B. Harris a campaign : building of the locks wil] give all has resulted. in the determination,,on : J
i :' improvement, and the council had decided t 'llgtrtf musical program by the orcbesi another'city In.'the''' Jajxf pit.ogreat '

: .ta a to ask the voters to' allow thew committee of nine members was the year for vessels access to the Gulf from this 'the part. of.tIM company, to build..thelocks. trio "and by the: ehoir:>f' the Methodist an abundance"'and i ty.f oat:; f 1 1ural
city up to.about four feet ,
Ordered appointed.It j -I.
council to borrow enough to do church. and aqulred and attract.
;.. ( < something beside patch and potter along was stated in answer to a question, draft, which will accommodate anythingnow / What this means to KI..lmm.'canhardly' lions a* Kissimmee.pa.ees.... ''The at g y
' that there would probably be money plying th.lake waters. be estimated.i), It' will,not only AND FLOWERSG'azette's
with the streets. feet of these attractions caq and win[ *I I 1
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, enough in the treasury to pave the cross Tb. Southport canal lead. from Lake give the aI-Y.! .ear roots to the Gulf but ; bejf
If :
" The council bad found itself he said streets between Church and Broadway Tohopekaliga, a distance: of about four will keep: opeQ. rjI.rtre .section of In their destroyed tbsxctreet &f81.nl,i; ,s.

f, with money enough to pave a very few In addition to the proposed improvement miles, to Lake Cypress. Out qC Lake important,territory which has in past Pictares of Advantages of prevent condition: ]
; .' treete and had decided to do this in the "* A* one of the speaker, at;the mass;
: .. the Hatchneha :
4" *.. canalruns years been practically I shut"f off from Florida Mfonesotans.:
hope that it would set an example and aura meeting stated, we cannot afford to re-.:
f John .Sleeman of ML Vernon Ohio about three miles to Lake Hatchneha this pity for taonths at a time when the
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.' lead '.to' 'extension., .Councilman John was Ir troducand- stated that ifproper which In turn passes Into'Lake Klaslm- 'water was''so low that boats could not : The Gazette with it* attractive! account calve out visitors at a handeujoe station, I If .
;: Bansell was'not satisfied : of this section of the lead them; through handsome ground to,
however inducement were offered he was "mee. From this point to the Gulf the pass through the canals. The locks state haspenetrated \
,. With this, and proposed that the peopleb would water la deep will hold the level of the water high the chill of Minnesota and I II a high class hotel and then turn them' is
certain that be and a friend of his enough now.to accommodate '
; enough to insure access at all times. into a sandy dirty street. Klasimmee
authorized to ask aloan.ulfeient, at at all times the vessels the luring settlers from the icy north to the ;

"i least, -to' do a considerable part of the greatly tOe.te.pleased machine he shop'..Id. here.'with the H"was city. route.. The KJallm. ee. River using carries simmee Nothing has more been vat done important for years.to KI'-'I,I I: warm south a* i* evidenced, by the folI ca not bop ,to '.holds tb*'people whom.', ,
It* advertising t.I her.unless :

t.." required paving that which is. now I lowing letter. Booster like Mr. Vidal bringing It' ,y f
.:' : planned amounting to about 40,000 The matter was referred to the committee are helping to turn the tide, of desirable shows them when they' come the sort of'
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'vrtw 'square yards. Mr. Stanford confidently on mumclpal,improvements immigration this way; treete that other, progn.dve'towus:

predicted that within three years the Meeting adjourned to Monday 'nightto v Dee. everywhere are showing. .Th.... I*' no
Kissimmee "Zumbrota Min 191L
Have 6, ?
aviation
continue the consideration of the May
, I'' street Improvements would so Increase "Mr., W.; B. Harris Editor Kissimmee other one thing that will dq*o much tqi ;Y
school
'..rJSvalues in the city that the council would projectSWEET Valley Gazette, Kissimmee Flaj further the growth of .tb*'city, and toffill

f have $10.000 a year, the amount of the "Dear Sir-Enclosed please find the It* border with the Bright' sort ofl, t
Aviation
b.,'' :"' 'present street fund. In addition to the A STORY Field Soon names of a few more people who would people, .*'to say to the world that KlsImmee -, t

.' needed each to back the not only has the.: eUmate' and;
% $5,000 year pay like to have valuable .
"
.'L ""JL ** v ,, your paper sent II
r- .loan. If the city goes on teat present, Being the Tale of a Wagon Load of Proposition Made Aero_ i for a few weeka A large party of the soil .which God gav* It,. but '.ha,:

1't ;'' he said, $25,000 will be spent in the next to Exhibition Company of homeseeker left this part of Gondhue enough hustle to make com of the improvemvnts -.; .-."
Cane.
Iro* ". five years and there will be nothing to Sugar Chicago to Locate Here. Matter'Now Under county yesterday bound for the KIs1 which. God will not supply.,

.. -;!., snow for it. The $25.000 spent for per- We sometimes wonder !If there is any I 1' simmee fralrie Florida, to Inspect the That I. one side of the question. On + ,

J J':". 'manent Improvements will without a limit to the sweet thing that can be Consideration_ by Manager of Company. j: land there belonging to the Hunter the other band the resident of JClssinv]; ,

y; j.cent.added to the tax rate pave many5o.v raised in the Eden-like land around Kis f Land Company. A great many of them mee cannot afford to object themsel.. a

r, bloelrs.of good streets. simmee. Here is a little story that That Kissimmee is e supreme in the air makes flying imposslblein the North have been reading the Gazette for sometime to the inconvenience,hindrances*to'

r-! '' Mr. Stanford then gave figures show. bears on this point Two years ago as on the land and lake received additional during the winter.: Snob Winds as prevail which in all probability helped business and to hapalne* end contenta

I?Yfs; ''fin& .fbe cost of the proposed Improvements Hon S. C. Acrqe. planted one wagon proof during the past week by the here are steady and will aid rather vthem to decide to take a trip to the land ment'which bad .trete *..brlnc., *Bui !

&;; ,' paving eighteen feet wide in thj load of cane. This year'he used the Aero Exhibition Company, of Chicago than retard'flight. It Is never too coldto \of flowers and purchase a tract of that ness will be better If the streets are'' 1 .*'

'x f'narrower.:,. streets and fifty-two feet same for seed. He .ha* 'just finished Ills.* seeking to locate an aviation schoolin operate the machines, and the almost valuable and beautiful prairie land before better., Property.will. be mor.-yalubl., .( .

*; 'u>n'Broadway. The total cost figured making 90 gallons o t. a* fine syrup as this city. What the final outcome of continuous clear weather which prevails the price advances 'any higher a* If the sir-ets ..Improved. The, social: a

Ik' at about $50,000 of which the city' ever lubricated a hot cake. This he lies this proposition may be Is problematical make this an Ideal place for winter It surely will in the near future,, because life of thejelty.wiU take: a higher tone. '

Ifkypart t : ( will be approximately 18000. old at 75-cents a gallon andhas, sold though !it is probable that the school flying.A I I the railway will soon be completed If.the people of ltJ.almmeepenoltthem '

'.$ "...""The additional seven thousand Is needed 450 stalks at $1.50 a hundred making will locate here. location for the school has been understand-the trains will be running selves, to walk over something. beside 4 j ,t ,;

,*' / '''to.'' carry property owner* who may not the total income from. his wagon load Mr Charles Mahoney contractmg found two mile from the city. It consists into Whittier the first of the year.I and dune in their streets. a r

;|k;,' v* be financially able at present to pay forjjSsV of cane of two years ago $74.25. In manager o( the company was in the of seven hundred acres of clear, expect to have another large party go Apd toe fine thing about It !Is that to ;,1 ;

their share of the work. addition, Mr. Acree has three-quarter city Monday night, and appeared before level land, sloping to the lake. Here from here the 2d of January, and I want accomplish the Improvement' of the "

1!>;\ ti;f ,;In answer to questions by J. M. Will- of an acre of cane left. Of course that the Board of Trade to explain his prop would\ be ample room for theveriest them to receive the''Gazette until then. treete no additional' taxation I Ia required. : -

..xeon:;, Jr., Mr. Stanford stated that it is .isn't the best part of the story forgo osition. In brief !it was to bring to this amateur to fly with the greatest safety. Again thanking you for your kindness, All the citizen need u a little ) aforesight

.4.f'Y..x'thie intention. to have the work done'bY such delectable syrup wa ever distilled city for five months during: the winter From the standpoint of Kissimmeethe I am, your respectfully The council Masking-pare:
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W!contract A competent engineers will from the saccharine cane as that which for-the next four years; four or five establishment of the school would "M. $. .ViDAU mission to spend now for 'permanent' > I'

Jlf,*,;?;* ,b* employed to inspect the wont a. UV is created by the nectar-like dews and aeroplane, and from thirty-five to_fifty be of (value. It would bring a great streets that will last. for manyvyear r', ;'

progresses, and every safeguard will l be the lucent sunshine of Kissimmee. students from Chicago, where the weather deal of outside money to th.'town. Itwonhtadd REV. W... U. fUNK with practieaUy.no e.re. part of the, ,

V: ,.' placed WOUnd the work to see that it iajfitte condition will not, permit flying to the population during the money'which ,would othe"dribble' 'It' ,
i
; done. Mr. Stanford showed TERRA FIRMA STATIONS away in temporary: ; patcbiDC' of the .<' "
-'; ,.properly during the stormy season; 'a regular -.inter fronvpO; to-100"good spender"
?*'i samples o; the brick which .will ben school of '..vI.tlon."wltb dally...flights. It would have a'jfre.t1Ie.1 of advertising Is Attending the State Meeting. of treete.. Th city at large will..aUy..t ,';

- ,a'rI. and they were pronounced by all Willson Sees Time When Streets Mr. Mahoney asked Kissimmee; to secure value, and would doubtless attractto Methodists at Gainesville. .only pay 18.000 for $50,000'worthof. ( :!

,.? who saw them to be of a most excellent a suitable field erect a cruda.bu- the city W great ...lton..U of good streets; and will be;able to paythat ; '
Will be Useless Here many Under the presidency of Bishop E. ELHoes easily out of the current 'street'll i I'" 1
< Jlty. ing to the machines and furnish ;
!4;;.' .. \u protect, [ whom, would apendmoney"here; and '
.. .- ::8.\,). Tri lett. 'In speaking on the One of pleasantries being told a bonus. some of whom doubtless locate here-' 4 ';one of the big men of the Methodist funds, and have'money, left over* tor;; '.
church the Florida Conference I I.in"aeuwn'atGaine.vIUethls Ia
taking care of the other'street/ .
r"M :
' ".- ,, that his this week over the vitrified brick paving plan Kissimmee this '( 1
proposition.stated only objec- The as outlined appealed to the wants school and the -
(<, Lion to it that it does not far is credited to'J..M. Willson Jr. Board of Trade school could find better week: Dr only people 'who 'baee any'kickcom.' t'
.:ts C is go to such an extent thata no location than W. H. Punk pastor of the /-' .. "
ehlll'C.hJn ing".on the proposition the property's"
are \
The A special agent of an Insurance company committee follow this city We have .
should been
the
I owner along street to (
Visited Improved
l :t' :''asked,to authorize at this time an additional who bad not Kissimmee was appointed, with .#f. Cg Stanford" offer even an aeroplane speed limit law been"here and ,
only one year butduringthat they are not kicking for ';
s .:. -, loan of $25,000 to be expended since<< the old day when everything was chairman, to Investigate' further., -This: that would prevent the student from time has become brother beloved ; they .t
a
C:;; !in>Jurther, paving nextryear. The work dull and the'cows' the'-moet en.l'IfetJc'obj committee'.met on Tuesday and /"ftet indulging In aerial. joy rides.DRAMATIC .. to the member of his flock, and to scores 'will the work help will not Clld;, help the city, bur :k "':'q p 1's(

,.: \ahould not'atop With the present effort, eta on Broad ;rtepped into Wlll- canvassing .the matter thoroughly made them.r': 1"e
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of other the 1 1 .
people city. He not.to be
k:but should continue keeping pace with aon's office with the lnqurjrrWh| a t are proposition to'Mr.rrMahoney, which ( ,STORY speaker aneloquent There ought* : one diasenttig" "* r'>:?-.F/ ;:.:')...
andlndetgtgableworker '
,
t >the'progrea of the city .. you plowing'up your street' for)'*- he ha*:;und r;advla inent,'-and'whichmay ; I "**. : B SB Is SB "*" -: under wboe pastorate the vote,next.Tuesday;,> ,. !" '.. tai

' ,-.Th.- ft'of the' present proposal, M0hk you "see; 'Uind". ta getting"scarce *o very likely be accepted by him;;." Miss\ Dim'M Stoo 'Tdls of Her church ha* shown steady growth' His ...''Mr-;F, L..;Kern, formerly president of p ."
,obi; said.'would give'the <*|ty a black eye and ao high priced! In this section 'Tore are ;many things .that"would : return to. the local pastorate would be the Stale Agricultural ana Mechanical: !art ..! .'
that the council ha decided to-' Wtoapin :by'Brigands. ? acceptable both in and out of the church I IS. Collegeat* Lake City has been in the, '. t,
:'" 'f"m'which It would not soon recover plant make''Kfoalmmee'a( particularly good .. !! . (: Rev "W: Lawlon. the popular this week. Mr. Kern ': \;t tmanlg (
4 presiding I city is now Ml* ,
r'-war! 'L'S., Nela agreed with Mr. Trip celery, Irish potatoe.and strawberriesin place for, an lnatltution.of: this;kind. ';A eongregstlonthat: crowded c-tke eWer-of the district In I r'ofthe' wholesale department ..c.;-:''-..,
:,;} :) that the'proposition doe the'streets, besides, when the aviation All the climatic conditions > whicK this city b I located,ha completed of the Southern ''
: r'-ett. not go far ICJaoolta *tartod wejll'all be fly are: such as Methodist ;chasehbey oed |te(>egJar Colonization company-:
. ,.__.' ;:enough'but favored it to favor daily flight. There I ia: four year term a.nd'lI1Ider the law ,and wa here to look"over the Klnlmmee I \. "
heartily '
; a*..a big. and will only need a tewterrs firma.. an entire seating capacity heard &beaddre.: : of 1 of the be gtven'anpther I'I'hla "

'' ' "i.. the.rights.direction.. He took .tatioos to .came to town. en." .absence of, .the.*ort of..Sturm.that,,MIa, EIJ D\\.M.\\ '.Bton.tbe', womaiJ'for. .aa>pui, tm.nttywill). .< -.'. .r> .;;: ,*. lnnitna'J-Paalrietract- _.'">' >which* f hi* company. U': I q f"
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'I'o/ .o .I THE KISSIMMEE v4LLEY'OAZmE' r' December 15,1911

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.' F elected for the next six'- months: Ciaoc ascertain what he has done la regard to KISSIPil? IM'te :PARK' u ggina; of Omaha.;:J4r, 'and Mrs PeHgo -r/;-1'liKE"" : IT r
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i2g; Cloud ,Kinney, resident; Mrs. Bowers rat advertising at the exhibit Washing: of Ellsworth, Wis.r Messrs. Morse TOJEAD!
rice president; Mrs.Warren, ,second vie ton. Committee Captain Frosts Car -
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president; Ella, McAllister, thirdpresident eke ried. Items of l Interest from Our. : Busy, Kan., and Coast'of Minnesota. Chicago_,Buyers_of.Kissimm i e_, ParkLand
; J. C. Roberts, fourth v ice j On motion! a committee' was appointed!1 '
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Riggan'a has been I
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t C. ROBEKT*, Correspondent. John Anderson to confer with Across the Praise
president; secretary;;; a gentleman who is now a depth of 228 feet, a splendid flow
J: George Clark, tre.lOftr. ..JnJta1lat O!I in our to."'Iookln over the field for a :Mr. C. A JJen'and Miss$ Ida Crosby, of water having been obtained.' Mr.' Folks ''in Chicago,,;where' the '''wind

_ Ve 'Quite Amusement nice .htW Hall a was given toUttt servitint;' Sunday evening in; January : wand".., Committee, Frost and Payne.' daughter of'the steward of the county McCallister, who has done moat,of the blows, 'cannot help becoming Interested 'e

Monday evening ,. ., Motion.carried. .. .. 'In the Gazette; tell. them In an Interesting -. '
almsbousewere marriedlast well the Park is now
Sunday ,driving In
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o & bad 9 Motion to adjourn to meet pelt Mon- at the t home of the bride's parents by.faun the property of Mr. Kimber, and In way of an Interesting land.. ,,;
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crow4'but..verybody a Captain and II,.. Farris have moved '
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I O'cJoclLStArp.. I County Judge Parker* 'This is tbe1ntWedd1D -few- days-wilI >e-bacnDnth; L beach This letteiwf-Mv.1aige-her.wkhpre'. >
--w gocdthni .1''I to 1JWTrli ne new 'lioeni on "N wYr k prevailed. .'J:....-, that has taken place in Kis-ton 'driving wells for a number of pea tented to our readers pleases U.. .. it ;q

.'11I# 'The moving pJeta--r"show baa removed'I avenue: simmer Park sine the land"was placed who.ar. waiting for him in that lo- indicate that, our efforts to boost Kis

:' from 'the'West' Way bsiknng"to the E.. C. Roberts.of Kissimmee wss_a St. Good streets sad. pio.p...iUj are twia I on-the market' 'M:;.''Allen and wife .. simmee are not lit vain 'i

i'1 iV Ptte building, on New York avenue, Cloud visitor on: TJ.I-,. 7. brother will live In the P.rk..nd are getting Toe fencing plowing and harrowing "Chicago III., Dec 4, 1911. ...,...
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JK. tod Is under the management of Mr. J. 11 ready to build a home near the new has about been completed on the prairie "Kfssimmee Valley Gazette. KJssim- 7

'" Weodbeck. Th. opening was last Wednesday The Ladies' Improvement Club met I fear God. Jock J\ and in a few days the planting will commence mee, Fla. : k

fl. evening. Professor and Mrs.Commings at the residence of Mrs. Squires, the Be God's Mr. and ?. rS. Kraus are 'the happy in"the ten-acre tracts of Messrs.Houck "Gentlemen-Please find enclosed $1 r "

it iI' and Professor Harris fur I J president. After the reading of the j virtuous commandments keep; parents of a tine baby girl, born a few Paige, Dunne Storer. Meyer for renewal of your valuable paper for 4

,.nisfced the moiic. The pictures areftn.1 minutes.of the previous meeting, Mrs. f For virtue finds its own reward: days ago, the first baby born since Kis Baker; Supdmacher, Carpenter Sanford one year. Last September 1 purchased Y'

_ and-there I. a large attendanu every I ID' Norris presented a bill for $1.75, express And' when in death you gently sleep simmee Park cam. into existence. She Crawford and W.anLrhl..m through the Klssimmee Land Co.ta ten :.

'( f. Orchestra Wednesday evenin;. 'i it on the dictionary the club bought I j 'You'll. Lord.) rest in peace with Christ your has been named Viola. make such a large acreage of potatoes acre tract of land in Kissimmve Park

I for the high: school. The amount was Dr. Robinson of New Berlin, IlL, that Kiss namee Park will cut some and your paper at that time was for- ,:

t ,Great preparations are being made span made up by contribution. Mrs. I For what be doe. you know not now. who owns quite a large number, of figure with the buyers. warded me for three months> through I

a. by. the'members of the Ladies Guild of I Rodgers was appointed third vice presi But in the hereafter you shall' know; acres, and whose land Is being attended The lumber was landed a few days courtesy of the Land company. ;r

V the Episcopal' church for the sale of :i ident to fill the vacancy caused by Mrs. To His kind mandates meekly bow to by Mri: Saffer visited the Parka ago for Mr. Hauser's home on the "We have become very much attached .Y,

aprons and fancy articles, end bread i Eppe aeur'. leaving. The names of While l passing through this world; few days ago on his wedding trip. He beach front, and in a short time he and to' the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, andit

: pies, ; cakes doughnuts etc., which will Mesdames Frost Brenner Watte and I below.Tbenlrben and his bride spent' the dayinIookingover his mother will be comfortably locatedin is read with deep interest not only in '
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v be held in G. A. R. Hall Tuesday afternoon Thomas were balloted on, and they were his land and are now.being.enter one of the finest locations in the park. I our home but by our nei.rhbora.ho 3
December 19. The pfoeeeds will elected members of the club. The library in triumph He shall stand ,tamed by Mr. and :Mrs. Saffer. The 1 Mr. Riggan who has been marketing are contemplating buying land in Flor ",

go to the building fond of the new program was conducted by M.. With angels gathered 'round His j r doctor is making quite a number of ImI beans for some time is now getting ida in the near future. "

Episcopal cborch. I Robinson, chairman of the committee.The throne, | prove menta and expects to make the ready throw his new potatoes on the "I expect to make my first visit to i'?:

1 at .** first number was a Scotch tune, by He'll welcome you to His right band, Park his winter home. '|'market. His watermelons will be readyby your thriving city about the middle of I"

t Mr. Albert Hautcbe died at hi. borne Misa Kinney on Ute piano. The subject .And there proclaim you as His own. | Mr. Z. S. Miller who owns a fine eit- :!: Christmas. January to visit my friends, Messrs. 'j i

on Carolina avenue last Saturday morn being "Eugene Field" Mrs Georgeread William Parking BVacken.Kfssfmmee rus fruit grove' tome prairie land and i j i: The grapefruit groves are being put H. B. Houck and C. M. Baker, who are J'
Florida. a fine beach front lot on which he has in shape all the and the .
ing. Ho was among the first settlers in a short bioe-rapb.r-MI. Gill read | over park neighbors ot mine in Kissimmee Park

o St. Cloud. The funeral services were incidents in his life, showing his love Peular! Table C..et...... I I erected a handsome-cottage left a fewdaps ] planting of the land that has been and residents) of your city.

,dI held in G. A. R. Hall Sunday morning for children and his comradship with all In a book entitled "Domestic Man I|i ago for North Carolina. He re- |: cleared for that purpose is almost com- "Yours very truly, 'i'

', at 9-J3O o'clock the Rev. Frank Kinney I his friends; Mrs. Front read a poem en- men of the Middle Ages" we are told !(I turned last Monday and.to the surprise pleted. The planting of grapefruit ) "D. S. PAIGE. t<
and delight of all our residents brought trees, has been finished in the lands of i "6230 Ellis avenue. r .
.officiating. titled Mi .
"Rock-a-Bye Lady, and s that In those days dinner tables werecovered' 'i ?}
with him a bride they having been Messrs. Bennett, KritzHemenway "
Harriet Bartiette "Little Derbyshire
sang Boy "by s "nappe. or tablecloth.
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I married a few at Lenoir N. I Notice, Odd Fellows.
days and Miller.
Comrade V. P. F. Pnrdy returned for |: Blue. The club adjourned to meet at Cpon It wen placed a large saltcellar ago '1 j I ,,
the '! C. Mr. Miller and wife will reside in Dr. Phillips who besides looking after I All members of the I. O. O.o in the .
winter on Monday and moved into | the St. Cloud Hotel Wednesday Decem- bread and cups for wine but no knives I ,
bis house ber 20. The will be Christmas absence Kissimmee Park .. soon as their cottage his own land is attending to the beach [ city of Kissimmee and surrounding ter- '
r on Maryland avenue. < program I or plates. The reason for the j 1 I I ; "
...- I I Suggestions. of the knives arose from the common can be placed in readiness for front lots of Messrs. Hamilton MClAan'j j ritory are earnestly requested to meet'

Miss Ellen M. Stone missionary to I practice In vogue of people carrying the 3. Wells and Klein, is getting: I| at the Fraternity Hall in the City of "j1j!
r Religious services were held last Sun- ready for and is some )
Macedonia, lectured in the Livingston Business Men's Meeting. their own knives In a sheath attached j I potatoes doing Kissimmee, on Thursday evening. De- 1 r
7 Memorial church Thursday evening. Sh. I to their girdle. In an early work writ- < day on the lawn north of Mr. Enge's fencing: and making other needed improvements -"j cember 21, at 7 o'clock for the purpose
Meeting called to order by Vice President to' insure ,i
home. so
Quite a number of residents of as a bumper
reviewed the story of her capture in Smith Minutes of last ten by Lydg-ate -"Rules For Behavior | crop for himself and neighbors. organizing a lodge and applying for ft1 ft1of \
,1998 by Turkish brigands. A silver/ collection and meeting at Table"-tbe guests are told to bringno the Park were present and Mr. Enge CORRESPONDENT. a charter. It is estimated that thereare \
; were read after a knives unsecured to the table | delivered a very excellent sermon. between forty and sixty member )1 ,
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r five to publication were accepted. which can only mean that each one The store of.Mr. E. E. Fairbanks was Good F'
*- I i I moraiaf! Have yo asked yearcifkbor of this Older in this place. Come one, ;
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Committee on clearing of lots reportedno was to keep his own knife-that la opened for business last Saturday. Our .
i '' t. vote for good streets yet? come all, and get in shape for the New ', {
.I Captainh'ol.omforakngwhile. associated effort made.Committee the one be carried with,.. him clean. people were quick to appreciate this Year. ODD FELLOW I
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Washington D. C., and also with the That Mother Used To Make. The Christmas Problem Solved. :
Massachusetts avenue reported favor- Vote for progress Best Tnesday.Foreign that the store is doing a flourishingbusiness. J---
St. Cloud Tribune Two lonesome skunks bStIi'. roadside
will, we are pleased
A motion that the be .
ably. report ac- A novel Christmas plan is offered by "
fo..y.horUy return to St. Cloud to cepted and committee continued was Coosntrleltlee.Tbe Mrs. H: B. Houck. with her sister stood L. M. Whidden & Co. If desire togive
1 ; take charge of the Tribune. In .. As an automobile : you
carried. people these foreign hote. Mrs. C. M. Baker of Chicago, were visitors went by; of shoes make
aid the tourist have And of them in mournful a pair you your selection
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young one was mood
I Report of board of directors was accepted in the Park a few days ago, and the bill and receive a Gift
pay
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The regular monthly business meetingof and placed on file. quetrtst What's ways the matter ever saw.oowT" took dinner at the Enge hoteL And a tear was in his eye. Coupon that represents the purchase.

the Epwcrtb.League was held In the A motion that the recommendation "Why I just DOW asked the clerk The visitors in the Park teis week included Said the other "My brother why do On presentation of this coupon at the

r M.E. church .last r'riddy night The by the board of directors relative to In French what news from America Dr. Phillips of Buffalo N. Y., yon sob-: store the bearer will be fitted with the

meeting was called to order by President electric lights be referred back to the and be replied that the Russian interpreter Mr. Peters of North Carolina Mr. Why do you shiver and shake?" shoes selected 51-2t i

Mrs. Bowers. The minutes of the board for final action. Motion carried. was out. I'd like to know Stocking of Sterling. 111., Mr. Howe "Because" said the first, "that smell -

C last meeting were read and appr Motion that committee of one be appointed what connection be thought there was and son of New Hampshire, Mr. Hathaway is the smell A rte for good streets Tuesday will I

after which the following officers were to wait on Mr. Cummings, and between the two."-LJpplncotfs. of Kansas City, ,Mr. and Mrs That mother used to make." kelp I KwiMiee for years to come.

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East Lake. The "king of the air" Up te the Wishbone. ,
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) lam la the backbone of the British .
i : Of.W.. ". funk.. Pastor of Methodist feet from tip to tip and weighed sixty ; and what we have to do U empire to I i' "Sr -, ", , ; .' ;
pounds. The claws. are now in the train that'backbone and brtng' It to -'i J'T. j' 1( ,
t:! Episcopal Church, South. Gazette office. the front"Christian Intelligencer.ANNOUNCEMENTS. : ' T. 1. ', ''. .1 '.

- '\1 A1 thi4 la.the last Sunday of this conference The fear-inspiring tales of kidnaP.
/. : year I wish 'to give a summary ings by-'eagles are made'credible'by While slock' :
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./ report of my labors for this year. these talons, which 'are as large as a present ,
We began the year with a membership man's hand and appear capable of doinga

of 199. During: this'year eve have lot of damage. A seven-foot eagle is For Clerk Circuit Court.At ,
I added by profession of faith in an unusually large one, and Mr. Sulli- lasts
: 45; by certificate, 69, making! a Christ'l van is justly proud of his captute.RESOLUtIONS the urgeut solicitation.1 hereby of announce my friendslhrnughoutthecounty 017- we are, selling A't
113. We have transferred self a oaudldate for Clerk of the Circuit. Court
by In and for Oitooola county a: the coming primary. ... .
cate 14, making net gain of 99, and a I wish to thank the people for their I
l kiwi Hupoort In the pant and 0011..1their support ,
present membership Of 298. In the elected I uledve my
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The following states are representedby duties of the since. ReHpentfullr' ;
the members received this year: On the Departure of the Reverend J L. OVBK8TREET.

New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, I
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Bunyan
'-" Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Canada, Stephens. ARIAN ;

i ,..r 'Washington, Wyoming, Kansas, Ok la-1 I On Sunday: morning November 5, at I hereby For Tax AssessorI .
announce candidate forth
',' horn, Iowa Mississippi, Tknnessee, a special business meeting, the Kissimmee office of Tax A.. .lIOr mraelfa of Ow'HOl couutjr. aub. I ,,> ,\ J
i : North J".t to the will of the Deooeratl.'Ole.. at the
Carolina, South
Carolina and Baptist church unanimously votedto ,
Doming primary. end If fleeted! 1 promise to. (
Florida. accept the resignation of the pastor, give my ptirftoual attention toeverr dntnll conuecuxi .
t !' I have baptized 24 adults and one infant ': Elder Bunyan Stephens, he having received with the oBlre. C. BUCKEL8. (every gallon guaranteed) '
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'rt the following funerals: Laleah f City Baptist church. Broteer Stephens For Superintendent. of Public ,.
Ove'ratreet, C. D. Edick, Fannie Tyson; Is a young man of marked ability and Instruction. .
j Jacob W. Aderh ld, Theresa S riith i having, as we believe a desire to go
t' Mary V. Taylor, Merle Bass Harry where his Master wants him to go, and office I hereby of Superintendent announce mvaelfec.ndidate of Pobllo Instruction" Mrtbe at the low price of :
Base, Tabitha Smith and Susie F. Alt- do what He would have him do. .of Democratic Onceola county' ,at subject the coming to the primary will of andIf the :
man. I have preached 102 sermons, |' After a visit to the Plant City brethren elected... I :mr.4 I my enure lime to-the
du" of the office. R. D. OUICE. '
conducted 30 prayer services, attended he became fully convinced that his
over 75 other religious services andover Lord had work for him there. Brother, $1.50 gallon l '

r 800 pastoral visits. Stephen's retirement from the pastorate For Member of the Legislature.I per .
Although our conference assessments of this church i I/O due, as he believes, to hereby uounce myself. a candidate for ,
i ,were increased over 40 per cent oVer an opportunity for larger usefulness in the office. of Kepreaentailve, from this county In
the Florida Klalatnre aubject to the will of >
last.year, making a-total of $430, they the field he has chosen for his future the Democratic: voters ai aW1h'oorolag primaryand ( the Window Green "
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\all j>aid full. The following is a woak. the county. B. CLAY STaNFOBD.I :
.brief) 'summary of the expenses of our Whereas, It is the sense of this ) : ';, i'k
church for the year: church that his course Is justified by I ,

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evangelists appreciation of his
.td. .. . 488 00 VAN CAMPS W. B. MAKJNSON'It
labors with us for the past three and a : .
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I to; /Ul .these expenses are met.in full to veal the value of his labors among us can't be beat. Try the COMPANY ,
,.+.. date:, J{I during his pastorate here and when be Pork and Beans for Sunday :
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,I'l.-good work '" ,*- but by many, very many of his .:.. ; .'_ IItI' : .
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a :us,during the year and for Hii'blea-I uptight life among them. There be it .A I .. ., \ {:'.
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He will carry-on the'good workaI-f Resolved, That qnto him be"' given the ,. Special price on Doors l' -. -- h ,'I -- -4.r'

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i' .r K. *. Preacher W. H.In FUNK Charge,I and'ibis in our prayers,,'ahd, that God $1 1 or'$2.per Acre: pet Month !<

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;; C;* 'A Bite Bird. -' absent from one another. Buys tealaa .... '_.rtI.celery..4....... *
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.All _."IeaUona,:: ...Mpt from our anlhori [ BAKING POWDE .
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December 15 1911 ,
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t wQ ;? ROLL Of HONOR HAKES HOME BAKING EASY '

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Q '.t..t.t 'O.f Pupls of the. Osceota Hgfi ,

t r School' for the Past Month. Light Biscuit

; The following pupil. of the Klsslm ,"'., ; '-., .
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mee Public School have not been absent 4a t.. .. ; Delicious Cake : ..

.i 9a j or tardy during the month ending Dec. r .

; 11, 1911 having made an average of 90 Dainty Pastries
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,,4 per cent or more in their studies with -

,v not lea than 85 per cent in any subject, /a / Fine Puddings :
t and not !e.. than 95 in deportment : .r }

t ; FIRST GRADE-(A Div..)-Ro e Hancock \

t Ruth Hyde, Ruth Bowen Vera flaky Crusts :-
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i Gilbert, Naomi Starling Allie Simmons, I

i Bertha Neal. Alfrio Santiago Frankie w

Crowe James Delta, Clyde Getz Did- The only Baking Powder anlte ...

i ridge Harris, Milton Graham Frank ,

,' Harrington. (B Div.)-L .ley Williams from Royal Grape Qe 8I/'T tl. '
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Roscoo Tiner Arthur Simpson v '
i f u Ruling Snyder Combs Young, Uly

Chapman Sidney Phillips Jesse Bowen,

I Nellie Woodalir'SuaTe; Tison. Myrtle H .. .r'tH rrr

Savage Johnny Bronson, Nita Powers .----
Edith McLane Laura Harwell, Zelma BOOSTER 1
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..Bronson Isabel Tiner Julia Funk Le. Local Overflow
ora Hogan Carriebel Hansel. Louise -

'Pfeiffer Virginia Dare; Martelle Locke, rk ? : Mr. Maley of Minnesota is fnlhu- .... -.-. -

J Esther Hessing 'Louise Regero, Bessie ; siastic Over This Secton. Th" IB-tie! nf the Village Improve- .y
4I. Miller. m.-nt. So i.i .tv tendered a delightful r.cup'lon'T'uOIay .- .4
SECOND GRADE-Norma Duke Nor- --, Mr Thomas H.-Maley of Zumbrota, 1 afternoon to a tare'
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;; ma Reaves Ethel ?Marsh Thelma Sutton : I Minn; was' caller at the Valley Ga- numh of visiting ladieft.. ,.Kefresnnv'nts -
? Doris Barnes Lizzie May Math- Artesian Well I Park Gardens Two Miles from Kissimmee zette office Wednesday. He had just Warr "r I'd. pleasing music was i
Flow Ten Feet and Two Inches above Ground. 1 given by the Kinsimmet1 orchestra and
orly Margie Wheeler Ella Gardner, returned frohi a trip to the prairie and a most enjoyable" time wa spent by J

Dorothy,-'Miller, Dorothy Satterfield to Bassinger. He bought property on both guests and hoHtesnes. .

t ,, Madeline Neylana, Leah Wilcox Edna the prairie and! expects to'return to Mr. J. G. Melhy. of the Minnesota ': .
{ Baas, Temple Baaa, Velma Hudson this section., party which visited Kissimmee prairie
J ,1 Frank Reed Edward Getz Leo Floyd spent the remainder of the daywith her This IB Mr. Maley's second visit to last'week' was in the Valley' Gazette )h j jotfl..e
A CURIOUSSITUATION Wednesday. He bought
a Willard '-Rutherford Walter Lorenz' :, sister Mrs. G. B. Lawson. -- KEENIVEYMarriage Kiasimmee he having been here last in the prairie and expects eventually property to '

Harry' Outlaw Ortie Taylor. I Mr. Kilpatrick drove over from St. spring. He la a moat enthusiastic Kis- be a Florida resident. He stated that ,\

\, THIRD GRADE-Lois Overstreet, Ve- Orlando Editor's' Pertinent Questions Cloud accompanied by some of his of Two of Our Most i immee booster acid hope to lend to he is returning to Minnesota for this
winter, but thinks it he will
probable
rena Foots, Elizabeth Linn Thelma this section a lot of hit neighbors from
r friends to attend the morning/ services !
be here later.
;, Woodall,'Edith Miller. Thelma Gilbert, Regarding Euthanasia Case. I conducted 'by Rev. J. D. Wyandt. An Popular Young People. Minnesota. Heis not only 'delighted I a year .

Mil Leona LaMartin. Carlson Bryan. Edna The so-called "euthanasia" in. announcement waa' made for the next On Wednesday even at 7 o'clock at with the past progress of the city and I I The census bureau reports that there ;

: Harvey, Maud Tyner. Frankie Woodall Isceola county ha undergone a new I quarterly meeting to be held Dec. 24. the home of the bride at Shingle Creek. its surroundings but be expect it to be are in 100 the women.United We're States 106 men that[to I

Floyd Head, Bryan Simpson, John Graham pb.... The grand jury after a hearing Mr. L. H. Coboon of Kissimmee i la Mr. Ernest J. Keen and Miss Ethel May. one of the largest town in ''orldLThe news every has gotten out. The sorry dear \

J9" ,:;EI Griffin. Carl Reidel. Maurice found no bilL State Attorney J. C. I pending several days on the Island. Ivey were united in marriage. climatic condition here appeal particularly are already very independent: and here .... .. ::1\
< .,,' WBeo:. }L-I {?> 'Ones contended before Judge Price that THE LADIES. Miss Ivey's friends had decorated the to Mr. Maley a* contrasted is no telling how they will act when ,' ",
'" : 'F UaTGaADlDA 1>lv.) i Ruby the prisoners Egbert Gillette and Elizabeth home with bamboo and hundreds.of roses with the severity of the climate in his they find that the men have a handicap ,
'of six in a hundred. .
!GREAT .
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Grace Bras Lucile Downing. Minkie Sears be state. He cannot conceive of reason -I *
r held notwithstanding. PROGRESS HERE and such a profusion of moat beautiful any \ 'I
: Gardner,.' Carrie Goodwin. Grace Eleanor the action of the grand jury. Judge flower- seldom seen. Some why anybody should deliberately There were twenty-fourcitie. in Flor'i)l

3, Graves,,Nettie Hessing..,Margaret Price released the woman and held the I seventy-five guests gathered to witness choose to live anywhere else than in Ida were larger but thirteen than Lakeland in in 1900.1910.There'She ".'

Lee.1.imie Filley Jeannette Frevatt, I Indiana Visitor Sees Change in Wssimipee the ceremony.. These included Mr. Florida since this is a pleasanter placeto will be one of the'larger Big Six in 1920.- .

,, Francs dord. Marjie Rhoadea, Ada man.Not having heard the evidence we are in Last Nine Years. Munger and family and friends from live. and the right kind of peoplecan Lakeland Telegram. Lakeland doesn't .
Louise mpeon. Mattie Stanford, Cornel I make more motley here than any- seem to have much ambition. Kismmmee -
not |Ln a position to judge whether Gillette Orange Center. also fifteen from Kis
(a :Lancaster Th.odoreBowen. ArthurGardner J. W, McCallister of Decker Ind., where else. expects to be there by 1915. But
\". I* guilty of Murder or whether. simmee. . 'then Kiasimmee really has something;; ..f
) ; UHlWoodalL' (BDiv.Netlts .)- here ia sufficient evidence to hold him came in Tuesday and paid for,a "year Promptly at the appointed hour Rev. to attract population. "

R Hansel. Edith Nora Lohr, Miriam on that charge. If he administered subscription to this;progressive paper. S. S. Snyder 01 the Presbyterian church, 25 Per. Cent 'Off JOn Mr. W. L. of thin "j:,

Munger, Clara .Ploetz, ,Jahette chloroform simply to relieve painwfth He said he wanted to keep in touch with took his place by the bamboo-rose-cov page nine of this issue of the Valley \ Miss Genevieve Hensley Brotchie of Davenport city and, ';j)I

; ,Sullivan,:.. no murderous intent,he cannot be proved this part'of Florida, as he night be ered'arch,", when Mr.;, Keen appearedwithoneof Gazette we publish a full page ad of were. united in marriage yesterday-; '. *$.
( .' Firrn GRADB-Allie May Cummings guilty of murder. If he administered coming back later. Mr. McCallister : Florid.'. daughten upon the great removal -..Ie 'of the Cash Rev. S. Snyder performing the ceremony. 'I-J 4 *! '
John Edgar Bryan Theresa Dietz Car- spoke quite enthusiastically of the de- The groom is one of Kissim-_ '
It i to put the woman to death painlessly his arm. All reverently bowed as Rev. Hardware Store which commenced on mee's leading 0'
t '' r I ma Rotunda,.Joseph Santiago, Stratton he i I. guilty of murder. velopment of the city and country since' Snyder pronounced the words that made Wednesday. December 13, and will con bride bears the contractors distinction, of while being the a

.*'i Story "Nettie Higdon Frances Tress, The grand jury upon the evidence hs was last here, some nine years ago. :' them husband and wife. tinue through Saturday, December 30. most accomplished young lady of our ,I

Ruby Duke. submitted, did not believe it murder He was immensely pleased with the. Mr. Keen is the son of'Mr. J. J. Keen The entire stock of this enterprisingfirm : thriving little neighboring city. ,

,,1?, SIXTH GRADE-Margaret Anderson. I and so found and under the law we changes. which have come during this 1 of Orange Center, formerly of Kissimmee. will-be offered during this sale at Mrs. Minnie-Moore

't; laa Cain Elsie Diett Willie Getz, I suppose that should mean the release time and expressed the belief that As a surveyor he has been quite 25 per cent off for, cash the sale includ- knovn throughout Florida Willson as the, so author well !

Christine Ivey Beulah McKnight, Margaret j of the prisoners as our conception of there is prospect of a brilliant future I successful, and is one of the worthy ing every item of the splendid layout of of "The Senrjinoles of Florida", has :

Stanford.Sgvs the grand jury is that its finding should for thia city and its surroundings. Mr. young men of this community. ,The goods in the store. Th. Cash Hardware been made a member of the Folio Club ,!

crs GRADE-Beulah Alvey, Eula be I final. Our conception and knowledge McCallister is a street railroad man, and I bride is the daughter of ex-County Company has an enviable reputation for of None which but Mrs.authors Kirk of Munroe is president.( -
accepted
Baaa, Edna Calkins.Gladya Casler Ruth may be faulty but if the grand jury spoke of the necessity of 'a suburbanline Commissioner, Geo. H. (vey, who dieda fair dealing and the removal tale offer are eligible to this exclusive club ability and '' ,
Harvey Vera Call Nettie Newton. lad all the evidence in the possession of through this section, say from Plant few years ago. a fine chance to secure high class goods Mrs. Willson's many friends will join inotfJ

j .. EIGHTH GRADE-Myrtle Collier Mau- the, state attorney and found no bill for City to Sanford. The field appears to I Mr. Keen has jut built fine house at low prices. hearty congratulations believing that i11
i4 rine Dann, Ethel Gilbert Loin Linn him to be a good one for a successful she well deserves the honor bestowed :'
murder who i. qualified to judge on his farm on Lake Rebe adjacent to St. Cloud. her. ,'I;
Wfi Dance at upon 1
l Teaaie.lHaye: Celeste Moseley. Laura The grand jury finds insufficient evi- line. Mr. McCallister is seriously considering ,Orange Center where this worthy //'Crader'\\ It

f W'ft .;. Thomas;; Helen Haas, Marie Boyd, Dol- dance to hold either person. The judge removing to this section 'and ,couple will be at home to their many Regular "Cracker" dance on Monday titian Dr. J.will C. be Davis the well known op- r.
at the Park
Hotel '
lie Alf rd. Frank Calkins Reginald finds sufficient for one. The state attorney will probably secure a home here. friends ahd well wishers. night next at ifttz hall. St. Clond. spend the holidays. Be good to to '
q' ; Call' Harry' Wbetzal, Paul Linn believe be haa sufficient for Everybody welcome W. A. UTTZ. eves and see the doctor for glasses your-if t;

r Norn GRADE Edna Schweikart. )()th. WHITE[, flY PARASITE Vote for progress next Tae.tda.jr. 51-lt Manager. needed. Headache of years standing J'
cured with
glasses. Don't
,+ Ralph Snyder Harper Casler. neglect your
Of the actual evidence know noth- ef "Pants. children's '
we Origin eye. The celebrated Dr.,.
? p TENTH GRADE-Edward Newton Nathan.Bryu.NeUie
r 44, ;/ Calkins and Harold, i ng but hearsay but we are really interested Discovery of Foe of the Orange Pest '"LAMDA KAPPA KAPPA" The words breeches, trousers and Calhoun ting by Dr.of Davfs Atlanta pronounced a fit- .I.i!
as good he '
u : In the official situation without pantaloon are now used interchangeably as himself :.
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., Busy rejudice to any or the prisoner himelf. is Announced. but originally the signification could give. 5 .44 r :

ELEVENTH GRADE Cecelia Over- Dr. Howard Davidson etymologist ofthe Young Ladies -PleasanUy Entertained were quite different Pantaloons were Capt. -K. E. Rose state chemist,.
atreet"J.acyJollnlon. Jean Thomas. a of days here with I,'
spent couple friends
.TWELFTH GRADE-Inez Canon Mary Where are we at? Is the grand jury department of agriculture announces I by Miss fisher at first nothing but long *stocking this week leaving for Jacksonville on !;((1

1 ' Leo Oliver Justfca( Safford, Connne.f. supreme, and if not and the next grand he baa discovered in India a para- The "Lamda Kappa Kappa" girls worn In Italy aa a sort of religions the noon train Monday. Klsaimmee I. ,.i
Gilbert. jury finds no true bill, by what method site which will abolish the white fly in met Saturday afternoon with Miss habit! by; the devotees at 8C Panta Capt. Rose's home when he is not sere.: r.j
the
and how shall Florida groves, ahd that definite Infor- loon. Broeche originally reached from ing state, and he said to a represen, '
long the prisoner be held Dwayne Fisher. Miss Esmeralda Birch tatiye of the Gazette that it
[,* Resolutions and who is the mation will immediately made publicon the waist. half way" to the knee and for was nee'f''
of Sympathy. authority in the last resort of Sandusky Ohio, was the honor- easary him to come here very few \ : I
? These may be easy-questions for the subject. Congressman Frank guest. finally to the knee, where they :were months to keep in touch with the many"r
Resolved That the members of the the legal mind but the layman gets sort Clark has already begun a movementfor Miss Fisher to be fastened with a buckle. Trousers are Improvements: else he would be a stranger -, ""
proved
; Will Bryan Chapter of the U. D. C. o' beuddled.-Oranlle I a government effort to demolish the a charming the present style of leg gear a com- in his own home. : .
Citizen.
have learned with County hostess aa was plainly shown by the 'of former two.
deep sorrow of the i I white fly pest and will apply for an Im- pleasure of each one of the A the The auction sale of lots, conducted on- "" i1
,death. 'Of Gray .1 Jarrel son of our sister, guests. Tuesday by the Fitzsimmon
mediate if Auction
Mrs.B. Jarrel. Vote for food street aeit Tuesday appropriation sin appropriation - delicious salad course, followed by ..c Klno' .0., attracted a crowd of some three or; I I' l 1

;Resolved, That we extend to Mrs.Jarrelour u4 yo. will have sonietainf to brag I. necessary. marshmallow chocolate with wafers Corn tU'cttt of the Pew world to four hundred people who enjoyed th.. '
li Propagation of the anti-white fly parasite waa served.. .* old t* the king of grains. Ease music and the social features of the .Ac..lon.
; love and about for oea
, ; consideration in I
scary years. begin. at Orlando in Clark's district Those ls. Twelve turkeys and '
this hour. of bereavement who enjoyed Miss Fisher's boa I'-r some new eta found fecit. a beautiful' .
and commend following which it:will be diatribe pilality..were, the guest of honor, Mia fatter everything, seemlnaly. aa* doll were given away. Four of-thai ,
'. t.' her to,the One that never makes a mls- "ILUARI1S ISIANDterns uted throughout the orange belt. Dr. Birch, and Misses Lelia McAdoo. Maud .... stmote4' from It 'there la Ion A.twelve S. Nelson Iota offered and two were sold, two to.. ;'
to
takeh Florence
Father B. !
F. >' sympathizer and comforter Davidson say a,the parasite is surelyacute. I Tbomason, Mildred Lee. Ines Canon a valuable. rseldatun knows as coca The average price :'
c k; of all who sorrow.. .- .a, oak*, whtoh. ta sold here and was $90. a .
; Lena McAdoo.: i'i'HilL
MF, : -;R..4fved. I of News from That Thriving+ While the white 111.' not and abroad and .to used la .fbo fattonli oCaip Mr. Henry A. Beelman, living. hv"I
r'' ,lutions. be sent to the family of the de very prevalent a4 other aalmaJa' Nearly .... West Kiacimmee. brought to this offlos ;/" :
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.esa.ell ud spread upon'the minutes of Settlement t and Its Vidmty.M"r. arounj Kisalmmse. the discovery' CTION.. of'OfflCfRS .... oo poauvls of this material are aav as handsome a bunch of roses aa ever 'ni y,
i of such a parasite. as 'is announced by ,. L. _nr..d' to OhM Britain andOees..a lovelorn swain bore to his lady,fair.% "*1.tf. :
Foster
Ella who __
"tM meeting of this chapter. purchased J. K. RU.lard' TOe blossoms .
Dr. Davidson would bat'a distinct boonto aad ,there used by faitnsra, representing ..... ,
." .- Retpeetl8D7--.u.d". i( eroif, of has resumed Woodmen rietlee, were raised j rNBeelmsn'a'
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a oranges of on :
tb4 orangt> Interests of Florida. % ; UK World Hold t'Anooal l lt Wb. an'it aboapar.tbaa materials. of ,
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:f I the Pleavand.irrew on tmahes Via
I\ : :'Mi&'N C' Dault; work'of'pickIng and )'.ling the only J tww:
+ 1. "..:i > a.mn.r.aw wbieh ... ; .,
-- : ; t !-:": .f p; ". tbay beep .. wean.p old The rose.
;: ;!!i /., :MRfl. Jt.'J.'JlJe..,. ;"rait.,, _ Mite lav ffwvijtmta,sww aai want I':.: v ....... .' ,.. . I ........ i-fa' ....t'\o. 1--. aotMully formed and are, belT nwtmityarg.colored,. ,A r"

r ITr I: ... ,11IV.. .::L,; aiNORAX.V , L lira:,,; H' C.; Llghtsey entertained the airy lit rat .! year: 1 Etc. ; ''loea1:giap of.Wdodn sfl; bt the .V"1 ", '!: ,_ ..' but ate AI i.fragtan. to K7-.".".or .....;.;, Mf I.
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i 'I. Commlttoax U. B: S.tast TfcUTsday enooe. TMr bald,ita* rerilari!an aal election - In. EysiL. 1"'t..' .
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** returned tI'Omthe T laIt'TPdsy nlcht/lad.l'fopodvingof1l ......< .l. r ..
NOiDGNoteq } :, Ups .. We are In receipt I of hgaiaom 1i'
Jl' ) FlEach'iBii.ltirlum'at'\Fonaosa: last ; .receipt*f SSedaU W Valley' a :ed, 1
air NO R.7f' .
.. tfafno
,1 ? erawertr ettaitbd'for: b aIon4t by ,the' Lab ;
Gazette oflJee pocket ofFkwMa> .GeIalhl
'x '. _'U )provtded jaw; '__ annual(m..t: Taesdsy whero', lie had boon daring to hereby '.sloth that the annual yakl :a::'; ." : '. rM ';" ;h.- will be mailed to any-zoap address blithe LaDd C .. of hhicch IIr.. J. Eo lI&ttoet..r

I. _Bank. j operation walck was performed. on his meeting of the stockholder of tM '.(i. N. Saondeni,'eomoeefl cwnmahder; United States.1,'W* can 'also "( their bsnk wife. Hf states that she wa. restingwbea Lee-Panonsf /Company' will7 bo J;;;'R'Harvey advisor Heutenant; a W. .ps of Oseaola county at'll ..aeh'andwlUbrn1.d (nil_d..erlption :of that beabUftll'illld ,_ \
4fl I eomfortahly bo loft. ,held: th GraystoM .Hotel 'Kissimmee. so.stim.t.o.g.eticn.maps Valla.., '\1be' kdsp.mphiat'iWustrated ,
at bai ice;and clerk; :>. R WoodaJJ, '
r..a the Oth',day biros,'.'J'' 'Q..lI&ne7. of anY kIDd.;; y ,\ ,; I wltll views O.y.t:. :
LIojd'aDd
'.'r' 'son : Florid*, on Tuesday; th th:day I aatclerk;;&'abcr.w.'acortS.tbT1.on.eaWts..x groves and ,orchard sunonnJng Lab 'L '
'u _';: .4 re ut* E* apd ; ,I / _. Gem Villa( "and a ..t-
f';' >% 'Upat- 100.J.J rat RM tlOgf.. 01 ap;. 4 ;'' R. Cl'Paztont soatry i iJA wm'tact; in the' Gaz.tt. 11IM Yiew esp.cially ;
j'.*? 'f7, t tended'rn1ng.Irids'. :; Sunday"and J'!' S1=84; on' Siettarl.y Dr T. IL' Valley "always I shows'. the. mmeroo. lakela that lonS'r; '
.. "J.. ,II{ " - .,/ 8.1d,13ufigCi .. Riven,,camp physician,, brings. results' v. .., -c''' ealIt7" j' .. of i
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'vt6 K1 lulu 6 Va6U){ Gazette Mr. and 'Mrs., R.. D.: Paxton vi'lted Big sale of Jardinieres at our store on ': .

M r.-Paxton'.father- at.DeLand. a coupleof Tuesday, the 19th. ,Only 85c, Kissinv

, ". T.L.P.HONir NO.. m days this week. mae Furniture, Co.. 51-lt' .. '..
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':PUBLISHED EVERY FJRIDAY, Miss Duienbury'of'St. 'Cloud was dOIng -; ,Mrs.- Mary Summers is entertaining
tome Chrlitmus shopping' in the Mr. and Mrs.- Plant'' and Mr. Maguire,
r -81'-- handsome. Kissimmee stores ,'Thursday of 'Manchester '
m 1'ennat; Lakevlew
W. B. MA' Ft!.I .
: : .. cottage. t
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YJL: I A good fountain" makes thinkof Mr. Z. .
"pen em > S. Miller and bride arrived 'in LAKEGE.M
S you every time they. .use it. Cole'has the'city Saturday from Lenoir N. C. .

: < Weather Report', I 'em from, tl'up. ,, -61-1t Mr.; Miller removed from LenolftoKlssimmee .. : ,
several months and '
ago purchased
I It makes no difference which hen does 'J ;
an interest in the Klssimmee i .
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the work. the one that does the cack- Electric Co. ..... "
Following I ( are the dally ternperaturef ling gets,credit for the tgKIt: pays.to .'
; advertise,. I V'! '. .Excavations for the- foundations of : Jit:
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and precipitation as 1 I'; .; VILLAis ,. .
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the new-Valley Gazette building were ; >'- - ff
,reported by the Government, < Mr. C. A.Cole, owner of Kissiinmee's made this week and 'a' force of bands :
station, at Kissimmee. for the splendid jewelry store, who, also con.. is now engaged putting In the con .

:week ending DeC!.-14, 1911.:* ducts city a store. at Lakeland,.was.iq the crete.--Brick' -, laying will' begin, next : '-' .

) . Friday. week ,
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MA* tONt BUf' Have you seen the beautiful little Spectacles) ;and eye 'gluse. scientifically t,

Friday. . . .. 78 67 . hand-painted china Christmas gifts at fitted and a perfect fit guaranteed '
.. Saturday. ... . 77 66 .. Mn'Pearce'.T. 61lt.., at .'.. 61-lt' :.two hundred and fifty-three, !feet,:'above: ,sea:

Sunday.. .. .. . 79, 66, . . On Monday last Judge G. F. Parker ...Our next laymen's meeting will be l level 1 ;and is ainongthe: Florida

.-Monday . . ,; 7969_ . united in marriage Mr. W. E. Allen and held at the 'Presbyterian church at 3 ... ; 'hills and)lakes oft_ ,' _._ _.$:
: Tuesday.:. ...: "78"64 -':. Miss Mary Ida Crosby, both- of Kissim- o'clock next Sunday aftemoolf,'led by -', :"'"'r'd', -M ', .':,' "

.Wednesday . 81.65 . mee Park. most Brother cordially Gardner.invited.All men A. S.'and Nelson boys . '. ;.., . ., ; . ; "_ '.." \ .', "' VIr. .'f.I"iM.: ''Nli. i
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Thursday : . 83. 68. . Don't your.preients you seethe chairman. : '' : :f _.. ... :.. -::-.-- ._" : :, -- -,,,,:,,- ,. ......- <'., "
pretty thin at the bazaar-cbap. "''1:1.. .., . i' ,f :, .. .,. ...: .1'. ; ....r.t'..? : ,; . . : """:
ter nousejcember -;Friday and Saturday Dee. The convenience the county Judge'i \' " t i ." .'i, ,
15 and 16. office has been ..t., I;'" : "'. ' T ,_
greatly added to by the .. > .
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installation of a large filing cabinet, ot ," '. .. .' I 1;.. \ ,
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How 'about a clock with cathedral but Judge Parker states that his office{ . ; : ":.' .. ? . ." . ." ,: ,' ("' .< .' '.
r chimes for Xmas Hear 'em strike at is yet badly in need of % storage vault )'. ,. : r : .' ;. ., ' '
Cole's.. t .' "' : .( 1'-. $ / ti : 's ,. . .r ..'r ; _"
61.. for legal papers. : II, ,. '" '.',,, ', ..' ,,
LOCAL 'FIELD.eAVe1A1tiV4NehVVNt ,If' t'. ;If' I' '. "':. .,, ; "' \ .. " "
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Only eight shopping days remain be- Chris _.. "1 '{. ) I.t'
The Junior Aid Society of the .. \ ? Pi' > .
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I.I.T"E fore Christmas. Some of the amateur '. .. I .' ',' .' .. ", I .
tian' church will have charge.bf the ', ,. .,I... t, . '.I ;" ' ,; '(,.;}; y'\\ ; ,
Santas going to left if they '" ,' .. ': '. ,
are get candy booth at the House during .J. .. it !
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don't hurry. "': Jo } !; {, tf' "'1; ,
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the bazaar which will be held there ' I t .
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Friday and Saturday afternoon and ",' r :'gf' ',/ f- >,j! s/jji'-''' ,f 'M<,}It<<; ..".'1" tWe
Mr. A. G. Avesingof Columbus Jun '
Klssfmmee at Cole's. 61-lt tion. Iowa was in the city the p8ltweek evening Dec. 16 and 16. 50-2t ,: .wouldlike: for:':you-tb ,see" it.: ibt: ;: ,.' ; H

pennants looking over this section with "I wish you hadn't come "' was the . .,e). \."'.. "s'' ,. '.s,"".,,,\y.'.! .,,+;.tf<,;IjJ'I't' \",. :
{ object of locating here. local{ : .., .' ', (
'H. Fleming passed a few hours in stiange greeting of a hotel man I ( > .
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Tampa Saturday. fruits andfeKetabel: to a chap who was seeking a1 room the t ; / Send 'for book ''i. ; '; :: "
Ship your Jacksonville to other day. The hotel man was tired of .: ...: ;: r ji': I
Peninsular Produce Co.
Buy your Christmas. Hats at Mil.B.andy'e sleeping on the floor in order to give his : .:_ " .. :, ,' :' : .", 'I
Us. Satisfactory sales and prompt re bed homeseekers. .; ".. i ; { '> ":':; ;
at reduced 61ltCol. to prospective .. '
prices. 60-tf , ,, .
turns. ,;' j: '
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J. L. Moon was in Orlando on The governor has set the date for the 1 S.- .n .
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business Tuesday. Mr. M. K. Sample of Ottawa, Kansas hanging of John Rose for Friday, December .' : 9 : : "; : .4'> z
has arrived in the city on a prospecting 22. Rose is a negro of the roost : ,AI..,' .
Get him one of the new neckties for tour, and will probably locate brutal type and was convicted murderby .. '( .. ,','I 'it'{If" '
Christmas at Dann's. 61-2U permanently.Mr. the circuit court. The Hanging will 7" r' r ,," ," "
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take place in the jail enclosure. $ . $' "
Make ber'happy'with a nice piece of Alex McGregor or.Bitter Creek, r I' ., r .,. ,. n ' 'r' \ ,
cut glass. Cole has a fine line. 61-lt Wyo., and J. A. Whitehead of Rogers- Poultry fanciers of this section will .. 0' "> ', I'Y\I1i'' '
ville,AIL.were among the homeseekers have an opportunity to exhibit their 9'.r'i,c
'Mr.Guy Gardner Is home from Savan- who arrived during the'past week. fowls at the state poultry show, whichis .. :. ',t. :: : ; : "
Dab Ga., for the holidays. .
to he held in Jacksonville beginning .
We have pleased others; we will 16. A numher of '. -,- .. .,.....----- -.... -- .
January large premiums L : ;
ice bent in town. '
Blue Ribbon cream, and ;
please you. Ship us oranges grape &re offered in the various classes '
81-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. fruit. Peninsular Produce Co., Jacksonville -

.' neckwear right up to the Fla. 60-tf Walter Irwin of- Harper Kan., who '

mute, at Dann's. 61-2t The boosters were out in full force baa purchased property in this section Lake Gem Land Cam any '
Monday night to talk about airships and was in Kissimmee this week. Other S-- 0.\\
Mrs H. B. Pilley was in Tampa this good streets. It was best local visitors were J. W. Elliott of ,, >
week for a day or two. meetings the Board of Trade ever held. Drexel MOot and A. H. Elliott of Liberty '.
Mo., who will also become Florida J. E. MATTOCKS Pres. & Manager
We give special attention mail Ralph Johnston, wife and children residents. .. w
orders. Try us. C. A. Cole. 61-lt have moved to Kissimmee from Ports- '"
mouth, Ohio. They have taken the Mr. Steen, who moved to this city klSSIMMEE FLA. ',
Niagara Maid" silk gloves-nuf sed. Booth property, corner Main and Vine some time ago from the north and pur- :
,Get 'em at Dann's. 61-2t streets. chased-a residence on Beaumont avenue, "
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baa begun the erection of a skating .. i .
Mr.Julian Montadioca was in the city Have you seen the suit case umbrellas rink CQ Sumner street,which be expects .

from Whittier this week. for ladies and. gents at Cole's Of to have completed and ready for use in '. ..;.
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Reduction sale on all Fall and'Winter Course. 61-lt thirty da,.. -

rg toery at Mies Bandy's 511tvby Mrs. R. C.: Smith arrived in the city There will be no preaching services at .

':'\ don't' you set yourself up to anew Wednesday night from Alachua for a the Methodist church next Sunday.ow- . ., ',. L' 4)
at Dann'sT' 61-2t visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. big to the absence of the pastor Rev. '
suit 'L. M .
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Smitfi. She will remain Until after the W. H. Funk, who is attending the annual .,,. -1. : ;
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..Jlr. Chu. Lord of Orlando, spept holidays. conference at Gainesville. Mr. .
in this city. Meyers conducted meeting .5 " r ;
Monday with friends prayer on a
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Get our rubber stamps, make us shipment Thursday night. ..

i 'Mr: L. It Ingrampent. Tuesday of fruits or vegetables. Oursales .. ,. .
transacting business in Lakeland. will please you. Peninsular Produce Mr. J. R. Boulware Of Lenoir, N. C., ., ,
Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. 60-tf. reached the city Monday and is being "' "
Mr. S..R. Fields, of Lougbman, was shown courtesies. by Mr. J. I.. Mat . 1i
transacting' business Ih this city Mon- Among the Wednesday visitors to this tocks. Mr. Baldwin. speaks in high n i
'day.. city were Mr. J. F. Williams and wife praise of this section, and says it is i iif '

> Christmas of .Whittier. H. H.. .Fertig. of that probable that he will decide to remain. .. .... ,.
'nice .
. ; Souvenir spoons make here .
ol "
v thriving community was also here during permanently ,
to send C,A.Cole. 61-lt v ''' ,.',' ":' : ; .
:,presents ; away. the week., :i. \ J, '
A. C. L. train No.80\ northbound out ., : '' ? ,.'1'' '\

%:, Some men are naturally wise. Others 'Mr. B, Dickerson has rented his new of Jacksonville, was held up Tuesday .. .. .' 1. ,. "j ",;"., ... ., '} I '.F. ..
Gazette and ' 1> ,
ii I read the Kissimmee. Valley concrete store room on Broadway to morning;near Hardeeville; S. C., and .. "'.. ,
I ti; ge| wise.. Messrs. Clayton & Pigue of Crescent robbed According to the report of the > '

Cadet hosiery in- holiday boxes at City, who will open a furniture store Jacksonville postomce the tram carried 'KE88..". 'T T
of All '
mail.
ann'.. 61-2t about January 1. of thirty-six them were pieces taken.registered : 'I

') Hot and cold bottles-pints $1.26.
Still they come, out of the icy North quarts $2, at Cole's. Dandy for Christ To the folks who are wise enough to
and, the windy West to sun-kissed Kisaimmee. t,1
mas. 61-lt be thinking now of their Christmas

shopping the advertieingcolumns of the ] .;

. Fine line of Xmas presents. Kissim- The baby boy of- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Valley Gazette are particularly Inter- ; _
Furniture Co. 61-lt Mach died at the Church Home and Hoe' esting. They are a veritable show win-
mee pital in Orlando atnoon Wednesday.The dow of fine Christmas goods and a safe ..
Mr.. W. D. Brotchie of Davenport funeral was at noon Thursday, burialin guide to the worried shopper. ..
was a business visitor to our city onTuesday. Rosehill cemetery. Ebi&ffElaI
The Ludlam &: MacDonough Co. has ',
,' The ladies of the Christian-church completed the plane. and specifications '

! '"; Buy the old sport a box of BOX for will .erve'hot coffee and refreshmentsin for the new two story brick: building to ... ...
,;Christmas. Get 'em at Dann's. 61-2t connection with their bazaar at the be erected by Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr0 ..' )
chapter house Fnday and f aturday! December on Darlington avenue and it is understood ,'" .
' : SterlinJ? and silvei plated-toilet let ad"a 15 and16. that bids for building same will .t: +. ..

;" ,.manicure seta at Cole. 61-lt be opened on Wednesday next. (il f.
''/' Mr. J. C. Spencer reached the city r"II' .,,-, a
. 'Mr. Ambrose Quay of Spring City yesterday from Glencoe, Ky., and is Mrs. Thomas Tedder of Plant City ,
:( Pa-has arrived in the city to spendthe occupying his residence-on Mabbette has been In Kissimmee for several daysat 1," .
winter. street, which he purchased while on a the bedside of her father, Mr. W. H. . r
ft l Jt1 trip to Kissimmee last summer.If Lavis. who is seriously,ill. Mr. Tedder '
Cash or easy payments.!! KiBsimmee I has been coming up and/ spending the .
.,Furniture Co. 51-It 'I you have property you desire nights, his duty as railroad agent .re- '
-.I I sell, see C. Buckets, over Katz store. qujring-hia attention during: the day. The Land that has .
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" Mrs. W. L. Winn returned Sunday i He baa had fifty-one years experiencein ,

.i from a month'a visit to friends at Day- Florida, and: knows what the people The upturned appearance of Broad- .',
'ton Ohio. want. 60-tf way is changing to a semblance of order. '
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'f The workmen are beginning to level the fulfilled all promises : :
;' I Ladies' high button shoes in black Rev. A; M. Cbleholm will preach on sand, preparatory to rolling it with the .r

-and tan, at Dann'e." . 61-2t> the following subjects at the Christian heavy roller. In a shbrt time the actual .
i -* church Sunday: "The Chiefest Among of the vitrified brick will .
s. ,Mr. A. E. Donegan Miss Lizzie Don- You" and "The World Knew Him Not. laying begin, ,
. the sign of a new era in Kissimmae. '
*gan and Mrs.Y.C. Alley were in Tampa Everyone welcome. .

/ 'Thursday.txw I. Mr. and Mrs. -1.' L. Hay and daughter To put two guests where only one .

' .n as how you want it engraved and ,, regular winter visitors* reached slept before, and keep everybody happy 't
JYit costa you nothing if you bought it of the city, on Friday last from Martina takes genius. The Kissimmee hotel ,
u.r:'.4' A. Col. 611ta" burg, Ohio and have taken rooms at proprietors are doing it every day. The 'r
Mrs. E. O. Tatmsin's, on Aderhold secret of it probably I. that everybody i war
:> t"ntey.s .W. J. Sears and R. G. street I. ao glad to get to Kissimmee that they I
',Johnston had business in Orlando this are willing to. sleep anywhere in orderto .

'wwwttct ( C/ Buckets, 'over Katz' ate*, has stay \ t
had fifty-one years experience in Florida )< .
t f'i'K'M" at Kissimmee Co. and Tfce special engineering board his : .
me Drug I and knows what kind of property re- 'nv,
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twill drink of the beat ported against the canal-acroes-Florida .
; jandt we get people want. If you have any- to sell, "
'fspda water mach 81 tff' project. Congressman Frank Clark .. ,< ,
him it will 60tf.
.' I see ; pay you. however; Will go before, the Board'of . ....;
.< .''Don'tforget the bazaar at the-chap: The marriage of* Orrinr A Lawrence Engineers and Insist upon the proposition .. d. .. -:

''tee booae Friday and Saturday.. DecemOkrly and Miss Maude E. Gilman was sol going throughv..rFour,week. baa M . I" ..
\ 1er.uADcU6.: emnised ,on Tuesday: evening' the been granted for the presentation .of .v" .

. :: >_, Jardiniere will be sold to a home of Cap .H; I/I./ Breaker. Rev: further fa ta. ;: !.it .
W. H. Funk waa the officiating-clergy o0 .F; '
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the 19th at Brie each. Kla.siraai'tT t r
;fmmily,off'- ; Rev. ,E. Sanford of1 Wintef Haven I "
Co.. 61lt.I I.man. >. 'f<'o ,
Furniture
preached two '
Very strong, .uplifting < ", \' ;,
abcial : .urea. at the Baptist church last Sun;; ., d
sia Guentle >Apleasant ;'evening )l nt aertnons ) r 'r>'. "
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i W Wt'itI-ps .Mooday.inattera..in A. city..,. ',_looking' i I Itf I on Presbyterian Tuesday by.eb.nrch.at the congregation the ae..Bew of the ,day pleased.', The JiBe:: congregation'-bat consented was'710 greatly preachaaato .J 'Valley Lan. :. ) ;' t!: : j

: 8: S. Bnyder and Ida-eatimable wife entertained next Sunday.-morning' and even : JUsslmm\ee. : o.ipliy
-b" coming ini6 tbe.a.-I: the la debght- tng, and "oJ I probaWJ' *.M .greeted byMt'.firma r "
\ many gueata a ;;
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71 bkaving their.. kddrees 1wq.. .. ..." ..:; : .: ...r..1'.1' T"'P") >..' -' 7 .. : .Jir'!.' f' :.....
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f BUKoykendan. arrived from F e JVa. If If a insidVdecoratWorpehrtinsveee viUe. expectedthis afternoon. wtth '"'- ....1>- '' .. .....,t'. w f, 10> ,... ..ff't
, : He' ..will caU and 'at; friends.- They will.spend 'a ..v .tM .
.. 1indaJ..' amd : JriU-be, irse4.f guarantees.- ) party .t"f; t wltlx the Gas.tlu.M+j. ',I I'i eeUmaU! fr..t. Box 139, or.phonoMr. dav'o'wltb. Wa. parents Jhvand; .. : '-r 'L""' P 'C' "
' ." "" ;.J" '''''''''''' x .' '. .. ;., t .r_ s: .:! ; sir ., ;:'f .,4..t!' lira.(X A.'Canon, and will, protebhr ", "", '. 1'1 '''U1SSI..1I: .> "j, .. .' ) ....
; .::Bros4f Shermu.Jti.7 ;I. '" ," go on av camp hunt to the.Joeaer .-n" t.L". .. .'" ( '' :- r oo-: '. ,I". ,) flORID'A- I.> 1' < ':i' .
"a;"\ wU1 .pend wirw < -j"M..'Wbxistaiiky of Ratan.. the county. The.house party will beeomJlClHd ')0(1.... ((1\\ t''t; ;
.J.Pt.J\N Kan. la here:.to spend: another,winter of Miss .Hnghlett ,of Cocoa. ... ."' ..1'",. .. ... ...; $' .... . >' '
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t. i '''' :' ..: II bi. sunshioed.,. Kissimmee' Mr_Wlndatanlej Mia.Pipea of New Orleans,>MtsaCarn- 'i. ,'fI..!,...,..,", "" .fl.r oj'I. .. < c1'. ..( ", iII' ", j; I't' ,,
' '",,* w.Ii'' "t';"'uaoeo' poiieantle. ,' ia greatly.pleased with the mar- ford of Jacksonville. aad. .....*..Pipes .."- ,.',- r.' . ...J_: .>O..:,:.," ". ';. vo.7-4.1-, -u. ..... "" '-t'..._.,'". ' .""_ :a /...' t"
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.. AfQ: ,_ .. TAE'KISSID:': (EE JVALIJST'' GAZETTE ,December 15..1911;
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Beginning with "January.', 1', 1912, the subscription MAKE INBOXESANDINBTJLIIII I )

if .". ..,.." ,/. n price oFthe;Valley Gazette ,will be THIS A ,<': ., ,FRESH. AND .GOOD- : ..

__ .. 14 I 51.5Q a year,, 75 cents for six monthi- or 40 ., N. - , ,Soda. > Cigars, Tobacco. ,. .
'4 "
cents for three month, and, ,no subscription. N ,,' 'T .T .,..Tr'ZJ.V'M'r: A'S" =, > : We, have-a nice line of I ''
will be taken for a less time than three rt'- '
months a. ; ,. .. ,: : "' ___,_ STATIONERYin : .

I r .' The Valley Gazette feels, perfectly justifled '-. ... .. and- '] .,,

in making this increase in.it.; rates, as it ,. prices also local qualities' and Florida I' "A,t,

has almost trebled in size to what it was a ..' , Postcards. ',\
N. :"
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few and prints twice as much '
years ago I ''''
MRS. A. TRESS ;-
pure reading 'matter as many papers in the :

state whose subscription price is $1.f .N. : BROADWAY .
We find that to publish a paper such as
p sent for everyday service t
the Valley Gazette, requires the expenditure THE for

; .. of a large amount of money much more -
s and Gents. Our stock is LIM I ONA' ,
than even if we had trebled our price, and !
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we feel and know that our patrons fully "
appreciate the good work we have done and complete and w can please you in. style I Healthiest Place in Florida

I the superior excellence of the Valley Gazetteto I }'
and prices. Come and for I
such an extent that they do not desire any see your- JUSTTEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA 1

department: of the paper conducted at a lass. self and be convinced. Qon't forget that' Oi the Seaboard :

&' The Valley Gazette has at all times exercised NORTHERN SETTIEMENT > 1y 1

its best efforts to give its patrons more I we engrave goods free that e purchased Farms,..Groves and Winter HomesAddress ' ..
than the full value of their money, and words : I. :

of praise have come to us from every quarterof at our store. I" .. aI
I J, E. SNYDER LIMONA FLA. f i
the United States for the good work we
k have'done in building up and making prosperous We make a specialty of gifts .for __- .. :i. 1

this city, county and state; we there- gentlemen and all kinds of l. .
appropriate .
ourselves \
fore feel that we are only doing .

justice when we advance our* subscription gifts for la ies. Let us show you.. ',, CHRISTMASCANDIES ,
75 for six \ t :
ii price to $1.50 per year, cents
months, or 40 'cents for three months, the Only a few days are left until Xmas. Make .
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wt same to take effect January 1, 1912. out your list and get it off your.. mind today. Our .. ,! That.are fresh and good,
in boxes and in bulk.
'd' In making this increase, the Valley Gazette stock is entirely too large to try to tell you bout .. j

is only following the example set by it here, and then seeing is believing. Lest you I I DELIVERY ANY HOUR I
I in the state, who, during the '
; many papers forget we want to remind that ..
past year, have increased their subscription you this is the store 1 C. W. Griffin ;

price to $1.50 and $2. where we smile whether you buy or not. N l'tlKla immee. Phone 8. ; ,

And we say it again, the largest stock of 'I' .

t jewelry and Xmas novelties this side. of AtInntn. ------- ',I..
Make us.prove it. .
y'r Open evenings during Decem ber. i ,

. BARNEY. -WAS HERE In KissinimeBy JAY ELL i CRAYST0i.


i is Former" Speed King Views Some of With: apologies to J. H. Mulligan.The -sots All-TM Till
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the Beauties of Kissimmee. 2.60 to 3.60 per day.
following was; written by a gen- ,
tleman in this city to an old-time lady Special by week or month. ,
like
Nice job, that being a celebrity
Barney' Oldfield, say the speed king, friend in the North who desired infor- C. .. M. I1ll1ilAl, ,u L D. roirER up.H"H' ,
who abdicated his throne a few months mation concerning real conditions in A. COLE : *< n 1111- t'M 111111+. }

*g'p. Some class to riding around the Kissimmee: 1 '
country In a low,_ devilish auto, that The breezes blow-the blandestIn
)looks like a cross between a bottle of Kissimmee; JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST :1 t
finger ale and a beetle. Kind o' nice, Magnolias' grow the grandestIn The Florida Grower : '
elf,to have a crowd gather around every Kissimmee. : ,
k time you stop for five minutes and joke The roses bloom the fairest, 1 1'
folk
I who want to know about Floe '
'. about charging, ( an admission to look Cloudy days are rarest, lilt. N'eeklr,11.00 per r'.or; month- ,
Bald heads are the baldestIn .ly.. .iio.., : bend, 100.for a tea IMU.trial. BJ ..
atJou. .ul rl !I'>n .."!!'...Brifht.c..... :
All of which is by way of saying that Kissimmee. -
; ::Barney Oldfield was In town Wednesday a if subscribe $1.50 after THE FLORIDA. GROWER
The year you 11:0W. January 1st. SOO Florida A.*.... Tanpa, Fla. .
i for an hour or two. He Is oq his way I
;frogs Detroit,.by way of New York, to The ; 1 ,/
-God knows where, How did he happen
3: ,to be here Why. he is touring the The I

gceat'state of Florida,and having heard The ' .
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+t, the\fam. of Kissimmee, just had .to But .
'r' tame by.and take a look at Its myriad ,
chums 'And did be like it? Surest

tilling\ you know. Barney's no tool, and I
!how could he help liking It-all except ;
,the temperature. Kind o.f hot, with the Our ; YES the-

f. thermometer at 80, standing on your ,
,t
.Jbead in the innards of an auto and fixing The ,
some sort of a jimcrack or doo-dad The tftI
.*hat; ha. gotten out of order, which No
.ame warm job Barney had while he was
COLD .
;' loI1er The WEATHER .
7 A.Valley Gazette reporter butted in ;
y >on the speed king, and between snatches Their .
.of talk about autos managed to slip in '
k s T*faw words. Amongother things which With i
a Oldfield informed the reporter is the And :
I, fac that the strange looking Benz will Their is't M,
; develop 90 horsepower. This is the same : :
'' sort of machine that he used to drive in
t *, bIi'races' and that he sold to Bob Bur- The (

man,and that) Burman droVe at a faster Old ; 'j, I) I
;r;: rate of speed two miles a minute. Old. '
:field said however, that the Benz is too ; .
;i ., Jheavy for the sand roads. The only And With Are !you wondering where you ; .

,; \place he has been stalled on the present For ,
trip was in Georgia,where he got stuck ItT :
I In a bog, and where he and two mules Can get the ''kind of HEATER
i 4- worked five hours to pull the machine Ye S3Kfcfr$1 : ,, ;
put ; ,
fId'fteld left for Tampa shortly before I '
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'j. soon; taking with him Fred Bass, to actaa you want; if so see ,us ; we ,have .

a guide., Fred.perched himself on the His ,
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.' gasoline tank and rode,his mount out of, tI .t. < ,
towq like a conquorlog.hero. The roar'ing'of -' Or f
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:'*t Jr" the eaJille",'which",sounded like a a big assortment from 150up., ,

.:::;:.x.-,pfe)}ldetttiatlsolnterga i'tbF=flairsomeat7 The -
ttaigi0: "fbqigpdblsifie! of'an Indian dun "

4--o l t 14"f f"r'f4ar tee.emonl. .... ,. -. The ; 1 1 T'f'

.' t..., : t n?pIU, !'9vyt.t.J.i..BUJ1ey.; ,S e Also the a best line of and
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WHITTIER " :against speculator, and when the wheat Trite and Truthful ;
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growerf tried to reap the profit due

i\ ., V them rather than let it go-to the pit ". ,

Happenings and Doings, C..inpand gamblers The organization -of the Lax: OLD, PROVERBS,] n I, .'I ....,-t )-
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.1I Goings of that Livery Place. growers Florida baa ofbranges met with and the grapefruit earns opposition in& .Ignorance Is the nursing mother y. I ,f ; : Fl: '
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I\!s Well"TV., >Mr. Editor,. here we are again; and. 'misrepresentation.. . It was to tion. '.. ' CHRISTMAS tS : ib MiNYiI'! '
thing happening and no correspondent be expected as the...Ift hnell.of human "' -
nature is the same"and the middlemenwho ...
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the; ground The invisible force that lies behindall .
I the that "Rex" isr were making'their money out of
see by papere ( human progress is taought.
, 'circumnavigating the globe round about the traffic would very naturally,right a

strike here in the future, movement which was. calculated, to
and may near ; "People are perishing for lack ef
but the trouble is he he'll not know the eliminate them. I knowledge." Knowledge is the nursing ",- .

place when he, strikes; I mean the coun- ,. That the Citrus Exchange baa done a mother of all'refinement and clviliza We are prepared with all sorts of useful holiday -. "
try round about Whittier. He will see I great work for the growers is certain, tion. '
articles, such as leather handbags, gloves, handsome
, houses where there were none, land and it is surprising that so many growers -
e 'cleared up, orange orchards set out will listen to the words and yield to Thought is the mightiest force in the scarfs, handkerchiefs from 5c to $1 each, sweater coats, ,

', and be will be constrained to say, "the the wiles of the middleman who wantsa Univers. It governs and moves business suits, long coats, etc. "I

,r. 'orld shore do move." "rakeoff" from their year's labor in munitipalities, states and govern

. J.PT'erp Is some talk of the homestead- growing the crop. The records show ments. A special line of parasols induces the new canopy .! ,..

,) era having a mass meeting for the pur- that the exchange has shipped four I
top and the new trimmings. .'
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r .' 'P9se of organizing. I will not attempt hundred and twenty-fire carloads of Ideals are ideas and ideas are!thoughts.
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r; to,tell all the reasons for organizing, citrus fruit this season; that the grape- Christianity is in truth a system of We have a spedial line of "Niagara" silk hose for ..
I w.: but 'one is for self defense. The hunt- fruit as it came from the grove has been thought. .
I; era down here-I mean those that comer sold at from $3.50 to $4 per box on the I men and women, in black' and colors Just right for gifts. '

'.1. In from other counties, states and na- cars here, oranges at $3.20 in Boston or j J The great German reformation was For men there is nothing nicer than one of our f .
''tlonl-jump-a-deer and the homesteaders other northern markets. Tangerines at but the result of a thought evolved ,

>\''e have. to lie down to keep from being $4 here-a better price than before received -I from Martin Luther's mind. fancy vests.
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f we have been ao carefully protecting already shipped million boxes, and Improvement, acheivement i and particularly attractive
'I" Bleak;out of existence Then I don't will ship a quarter of a trillion more by growth are impossible without the this year, and you're sure to find "just the thing" here. "

; want to run Whittier down. For a town Christmas-more than the same date evolvement of thought from the mind '.
v ( of .lte size it averages well but when last ;year. The Florida crop is now estimated -' of man. Don't forget that we have quantities of pretty boxes, ,. :", I

1: t 1ou.t so many together there is sure at three and a half million i all shapes and sizes, for doing up the Christmas gift, also :
'" ''to be some among them who wont give boxes, as against four and a half million e
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I .ourselves and our widows and orphans. years ago. This exceeds the 'supply, they could '

" ':;yb1 one of them went to town the and the prices are held stiff by the exchange ---,-- '! .

. .. day, and bought a barrel of flour. without the old annoyance of It was the thought embodied In .'TheChrist" .' .
tWhen arrived home she discovered close selection.
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and expressed by His words .
settled considerable. The benefits of organization and cooperation '
that It-had down
and life that swept idolatry away from K AT.z S
,,t,Sbe had it weighed on a good pair of are so apoarent that it Is Greece 'and Rome and laid the founda- .

scales and It tipped the beam at 196, astonishing that any grower would hesitate tion for the empire of truth-a systemof ;
'' barrel) and an, with four pounds of rope to lend his support and encourage- thought.

t Von. iul; Now, you see, we must change ment to It.-Stl: etereburg Independent pure .

:' our'', taee of trading. This and many .
; "1 other#* are the reasons for organizing. Mr Property Owner; your rote for

.t--Some' people need waking up. His Prayer in Trouble. food street BextToesdaj will Mfanaai- t

i \\1i 'YOUNG Bt eon. Dear pod, I-need you awful bad; fully Make)oar Lodi more valuable. -. -

I don't know what to do.
4ThMIDDLMANs Mama's sick, Not What the Expeeted. r
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Clara (fishing for a compliment
.t. .; I hain't no fren' but You. This !& ;root fourth dance with ma. LUMBin LATHSNAZI MOULDINGr .. SHINQ :..S
Them keerless angels went and brung I'
I Discouraged the Organization Why; don't ;you lance with some of the
Stid of the boy I ast,
other atria? I
of Fruit Growers. A weenchy, teenchy, baby girl; Cba..u-Weli. the fact Is 1 daaeo.so. ,'. I

J\fiver" producers on the farmsitattempted I don't see how they dastl badly I aaU. to ask thorn.w JLlf&ZBJEJR ,, v'
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And.''God, I wf.h't You'd take her back, C T'n1"
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- She'a just as good u new; Prospect: ;Park"Loth. J.o
elr:;crops, they' have eipplIed, Won't/no one know she's aecond-hafd, ... ,',
represented and d1eated by the midJaet'apl But ceptln me and You; ,'Ws hvetwo of,.the most desirable Dyal-UpcburchBuiidiagJacktogvilr'Flot1ds. ; y' +
\ ;The< baa been, the experience A n',;pick a boy, dear God Yourself., and best located lots,in'' Prospect. 1'prk' : \ '.!, ..f r

en the farmer organized the grange But The,please nicest don't.c in Your OOI fold; him, .quite so" size 50x136 feet each, which wears of. ,.Shipments made to any part or the, .!.ate. Our stock is made frond the best timber I In Florida, is wll'mao.A; . -' i .

'! tobacco growers/organized : faring fort short tin**' 'for $'110!each.Call . :;ufaeture&ared.earefuUygraded;"and,'tocir facilities for filling orders for'carload Iota are. .exceptionally! 'rax';li. ; r
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JAPAN'S -WOMEN DIVERS ViReyarde'ef Paris.Tbeug4 ,
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Advertisements
ii: L f7,. \ '" In'th.Wsier- and?-.;.n' to *wlm Al. very great proporttons,, Para! has aaentraal Classified

: : MUSICAL RECITAL ",}e" Frerti sjbxH** .
*' pearl divers of Japan ar."o- be entirely /Ijtnored. Many garden or ..JI'' '

tytht men. Along the coast of tile bay of the French capital' shelter Doe Tine.. Advertisement. are Inserted under.this, head.at the rat*"of 5 Cents ....

a DEPARTMENT Ago and the barof, Kowanho the tblr/ and some *f these have. quits a repots;- per line each Insertion. ,

STUDENTS. .of the MUSICAL teen and, tonrt..n-yatruid'' IirJa after <
", of' OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL tbey.lisrvs finished their prtmory,.scboo. ) city's miniature- ylneyardk' b" 'tb&t of FOR'SALE-Three residences. One; In. ": 'u
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work go to sea sod.learn to FOR SALE
!I the cbsmber of deputies: Thl\. was Eureka addition, $600 one id Lilly's
k - -V"J.r' Di..rra..rc Xbey. are la tb..tefau41IN1rn tswm . ..
'. created la ytb*,"reign ,of King 'LouisPjdu'pe addition$1.600''-On.--in- Beast addKtion42.600. -
almost from bpbybood.aod spend SALE=TborolJkbbrecl BuffOr. : .Waters'& Canon' Grocery -; I',
;c when1 Tine. 'werfplantM .to.:
l a 'e rMSS' !"-EILOW .,:r.. . most of' their, time la the' water except the'A;.ueeau', and Monte qul.u courtyard : i pington eggs. Geo. A. Gilbert. 89-tl Company. -. .6 ,-tt. '

.. . In, coldunt) season, frombe,end of
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December 18th 7t30 P. M. .' of the Pam' Bourbon The -'
Monday Voc'elDl er" to the beginning of, February ; PAIR of good, gentle work horses T\V U very desirable resident' "lotsln
Church of 'BL. Louis has a very product ROM Graves 26-tl Carson addition each 60x164 faet
IncUoura for sale 'cheap. >
Eren!: during the most; '
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"-' """ """n--''tADMIS5ION'tg.CENTa : .. .,.- of seasons they sometimes dlvo for !vs vineyard.-and.Uire Is aso'agood There are 46 bearing orange truuPtot '\1' f I

v. yearly harvest in a garden close FOR SALE-A new'oVroorn/ cott.fie. .these lots, under good new fence' ;

1 1, pearls t. the Sacra CoIIur-Para. Press For Information, call Methodist I located close to the lake. $350 ebb 't
'" e .. ? Instrumental PuotTh Over Hill and Dale" They west a spodt dress, whit ondrwar ", parsonage/ 44-tf takes the two. See H. M. Breaker.
is : UOH O'Uurry, Nettle! Lohr and the hair twlsud up lot & Co. 81-tf .
s hard knot Tb eyes are protectedby :The greater the. population the.nor FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs .
, Two Dolls" Ullluu Hush..Clara Nurrls ( f life male and female. Apply to'H. W. I ,;
glasses to prevent the entrance of of'taejcomfortitpf you can hare. Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 3311 FOR SALE-An 80-acre farm _)? nine. 1

i, Duo "Simple Avon" ) --. water. Tubi art' suspended from the Coed street will help Kiuinrmee secure Boice.. I from railway station, 6'mile from .a

f fclUs Wlnn, Mluu Low / waist A boat In command of a mat tREES AND SHRUBBERY. For Kissimmee. This is all rich gray ash '
tilt end .
10,000 people by of f 1912. '
soil with splendid chocolate
'I assigned to every five or ten women fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery 'I .ubtloll.<
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.: Recitation- "The Coquette Conquered"Cleo -- ; --- ----.---- -- diver to carry them to"and from. the -The Meat Cxtn ve_L.nus,.. of any kind, write W. R. Speer,. rich and productive; land lies 'com. \

Jlllmlltonft. ; fishing ground Tb Chine ,,it probably the Ian Orlando, Fla., and1 get prices 4-tf 1{ peraUnlIeve1i, fenced and cross 20 acre fenced In cultivation 5 ..
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: Piano Solo "Teitamg. Killle,," Whentb* diver arrlv on the gng .Uiat. I* .IP<>kea* by tb. greatest FOR SALE-573 acres of land on I.akei [ of orange grove, about 3 acre of fine "[

:, .. Maurlna lunn .. grounds they leap loto"tlte water at number of human beings between Tohopekaliga and Ruisell. E. J. l large bearing trees, balance younger _t

ii, QUllfl.elte-811l11l. "VttUa Lorrttlna" one. and begin to gather oysters 400,000.000 to 600,000,000. Tb Eng Brown, Kissimmee, .'1.. 48-tf trees; box house of]) 4 large rooms 2 .:
the bottom. Tb* oysters are dropped --- -- -- - - porches good table, corn cribs
Clen Hamilton Hustle Wlnn, Grace Wlnn with ITS.OOp.OOO -'-
k Ethel Gilbert, llah comes next, *om*
:" Into tubs suspended from their ".lat.. FOR SALE-On account of illness, I and hay mow surrounding land cold ,:
patroDi the
"Th. Little COllk," When these vessels are fllled the divert to 200,000.000 of ; then am forced to retire from business off by a colonization companr.at r$30 :

1 f Mamie I'ilUy./ Margaret Ua, Edith Miller.. are raised to the surface. and jump] Russian with pretty nearly 150000. and am offering the Home Bakery for to $35 per acre .,..- +

: J OIClVn Sears, Leonard Rush Into the boats. They dive to a depthof 000 French and German are nip and aale. New atone baking room and menta; can sell this' 80-acr tract;tor", 1
added to plant A. $40 per acre and give term If neceseasary l J.
'' from OO large oven just
from flv. to thirty fathoms without tuck.-each being pokeD by '
Instrumental Solo Ths Silver Nymph" Smith. 48-tf ; a fin. grove can be built no >
Anna Funk any special apparatus and retain their 000,000 to 100,000.000 of people at home here with but little expense, 20acre..

Itft breath from one to three adDu'". and la, the colonial possessions.. Tb. FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and being ready for planting now- : I'
i ; Instrumental. Duet "Grand Value de Concert"Miss Mattel Their ages vary from thirteen to chances are that English i* destinedto grapefruit grove' about three miles A 40-acre tract of land 1 mil from' rail; t:

Hamilton, Miss Lowe forty years, and between twenty-five become th* greatest of all Iangnagea. from Kiisimmee, on railroad. Will .way.elation, 21 mile from,.the city ::1

Heading "Pro Patria" and thlrty-Av they are at their prim.. It la advancing 'mor* rapidly ell at a bargain. Address W.41-tf H. i limit, handy to marl 'road. $25' per :"
Klssimmee. Fla. acre will divide and sell in i
Arnold i ; two20-acx f
S Miss Esma!: Winn Oriental Review. than any other and It may yet be the tracts If dea : time on half If nee*

Intiumntal Solo' "Twill 'ht Echoes" language of the entire civilised world. FOR SALE.-,Windmill and tank, good essary: all = land lies eomparaV

Ethel Gilbert DO NOT BE A LEANER. -Exchange.Th as new. Mrs C. V. Bearden. 37 tf lively level not expensive pat; in.
cultivation; this is good ,
and
-- orange
Instrumental Solo "WalU of the Nightlngala"Hamilton Rent .h..... ef Defeat. FOR SALE-6-acre truck farm with trucking land 'I
Ciao Learn t* .. '$.I! / .,,* 0tnag. T>*ar professorwrote a mother to 4-rOom house; near city on railroad; A 40-acre tract t mile from railway sta.

and OHli>al. a schoolteacher. ")1..** excuse Freddie price$500 !half cash., Address, Owner, tion, school and church, 4 miles from .

Dual Mauriue Dann, Ethel Gilbert Tower Is the goal I of every worthy when be ought to b* at school. Box. 456, Kissimmee, Fla. 45-tf Klssimmee; acres In cultivation 1 I.''i

Boat Bong Maurina Dann, Ethel Gilbert, Clao Hamilton ambition, and only weakness comer; Yesterday he contracted a black eye - ---- - -- dozen bearing orange trees good 4. '4&*}

N Valaria lIoM'anJ. Marguerite Haas, I Rose O'Urry, Thelma from Imitation or dependence on and he 1* ashamed. Toon. etc.. Mrs. FOR SALE-Two yoke well 'broken ox- room house 2 fireplace about l&acre 'i'r"
.. Orison Bwett Marden In en. J. W. Miller. 46-tf I splendid trucking land, 25 good for "J
1>.no. Olll Canon, Grace Winn others, A. Sharp."Llppincocfa... citrus fruit
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Piano SoIl 'Day' of Sunshine" veloped. self generated. We cannot FOR SALE-A canvas top delivery and go to farming; 40 per acre,. favorable '
Miss E..i. Winn sale at letteredto term of payment f
for a bargain;
Mr.
Owner for W.lon
of musclest Property your vote ,
Increase the strength our suit E. L. Green; Box A 20-acre tract of land 2 mile from
Instrumental Quart.tte ''Charge of the Hun.,." t sitting In a gymnasium and letting rood street next Tuesday will antomatcally 139. Phone purchaser.60. 47-tf town, lies comparatively level., all 1"

Mil Funk, Miss Wlnn. Mus Hamilton, Miss Lowe another exercise for us. make home valuable. -- -- -- --- 'I rich dark soil 16 acres in cultivation..

Nothing ...* so destroy the powerto -your- - '--more FOR SALE A 5 acre tract, inside 4 acres of timber, fenced hog'tight

stand,.alone aa th* habit of leaning Notice.A city limits, with house of six rooms, with living water. 2 good wellsIJW-1, .
s others. If you lean you willnever plastered and finished in hard oil. room box house, good.table.* ana .'
upon directory is now being ; 2 acre of grove.4 .
original. Standalone new telephone House just completed. About 100young granary orange
lie strong or for the and will be of hade tree such '
prepared printer citrus trees, deep well, poultry a* live/i .
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or bury your ambition to be issued about the first of the year. Parties house and park. Fine garden land. oak maple, cedar; magnolia nalmA*

somebody In the world. expecting to have phones installed Inquire at Gazette: office, or addressP. prettiest shaded place in the eamgyk"t'a
Tb man who tries to give. hi. children ire requested to see me at once,so thai O. Box 7. 60-3t pdSALE I beautiful country home; will Intro*:
<< a start In the world so that they heir namxs and numbers can be placedon : duce customer to the owner and let' I
the new list. FOR :- Four acres close in; 3 him deal direct. *tzdr :*-
hard he
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will not pave so a aa
Is Sent Complimentary disaster. 61-2t E. S. BEELAND, Manager. acres in sweet potatoes; 3-room Ten acres of land \i miles from railway .5'>*>
t had U unknowingly bringing
I house. Price, $375. station, J-i mile from from church, 200'
upon them. What he call giving them House", of 6 rooms, bath-room, toilet yards from schoolhouse on a well trav-i "{: ;
will probably' give them a setback Sheriffs Sale. kitchen closets and porches. sled
.. .. a start sink road' land all in cultivation
'f - - Parties receiving thi. paper, who are not In tile world. Young people need Under unit \>j rlrtu of a ...rtsin ..Mtatlna. Shop on lot can be conv rted into fenced and cross fenced; about one-]) "
1 MKxt not of slid under the seal" of th.rlrault with little Large third of the :
dwelling
regular subscribers, must not think that it U all the motive power they can getThey tourt: of the ttovrath u.II1 l Circuit: In and expense. tract in splendid bearinr1citru ".
are naturally leaner. Imitators tot Oit*.olik CoiiDtjr,. Kltkritla.. whnrain MarrVannl. lot, some bearing orange trees; closeto fruit, mostly grapefruit, some,

{ f .the intention of the publisher to later demand copiers, and It is easy for them to drvlop aubtort.B antl|'.Hnr7 o. ti drlnlhUnt.Vannlwr I. I plaintiffW have, lenu .anA.... court house house.and Price 3 lots, $2,100.troom size .50x139. of young this trees tract coming U ; aboMt2i eer**'; il
extra fine '
t Into echoes or imitations. They and will .. II at imliltx """' ''''. In front of a
of them the subscription price it i Price, 500 Mrs. Mary M. Summers balance
a* tae awn hotia door In tb. Tow ol Klailm- land splendid o tl'US-
I will not walk alone while yon furnish _. os MnudaT, Ih. (trot day of January, A. Lalcevlew Cottage South KisSiramee. good stable, chicken ,
t! mailed to them complimentary:: by our Board ..rutcbeal they' will lean upon you Jut I towlu>. "":J?d..enbai<1unu. the laito-wit l leash hour: of Tbooulh ami I.. t"e half fol-, 50-tf and grain bin. 2 well.. S-room brow .
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11, i T of County Coromls ioner for the of as long as you will let them. oJ aaouua. ((27)) aaulh half of Motion Wl.. aouih- just across the road from this property -',
purpose LAND-Two
One of the greatest delusions\ that a wet quarter nf,..,'-Ion (Wt, DOotht quarter 16 ACRES acres in groveunder belonging with it; price $15QQ
..d auuth naif o< avutlon. (.), all Ttlon (!14)) fence 4 miles from city. For favorable ?6
.acquainting:: them with the, many advantage human being could ever hate la. that and nwrUiwMit quarter of avolloo :16): .al 10 particulars see J. W. Goodman term - :.
h. is permanently beaented by continued Xtoaahlp: V anatb of Kaor* SI s..1. Just across the road from this "e""have
i and opportunities this town and county:: offer Terms or ale. cash Box 93. 50-4t 278 acres with some improvement., ;
others.N.p.l..n
.M .the homeseeker. The will be mailed assistance) from halt) Bharlff(>..,.Cv oU'il.'fJ14a.; FOR SALE-Complete drafting outfit. worth $25 per acre owned. by a KanPartyLwilLd"i ,
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,, 1 any person The'qu atkHL "Was Napoleon himself WANTED FOR SALE:-Remington typewriter; Inquire ., erty. '\'f
t us, and if they should desire to receive it regularly at the battle of Waterloo r doe at O. W.. Dann'a store. 47-tf W* have several! fine Pinedale 6-acre- t
act admit of a flat answer Us was tracts for'splendid suburban homes t
thereafter would be glad to WANTED-We have a few clients who FOR SALE-Pony and buggy the beet for sale at
w we put not himself physically. Th dread disease price ranging from 150 to D
desire to borrow and
some are
money In town. Box Y82! Klssimmee. Sl-tf $75 '
acre.
lit the ) of which *U'years later he died willing to give lint class gilt edged per *
them on our subscription, at regular / Some of the the most desirable Iota ia
*' was at work upon him,. and th* phys- security with 10 per cent interest FOR EXCHANGE Good residence Kiaaimme'tpr.

1 rates, .. .' cal decay, while it in no way affected Anyone with Idle' money can find'a property in Endeavor. ,,Wisconsin and We.also hav*'sT ral! residence mKtssimmee -. '
his tnliul. told heavily upon his will. ready market for the same and get fine farming land in South Dakota for ; a number of

It .was. for instance observed that the bst of loans that are absolutely Kissimmee residence property. Inquire and truck farm orange groves.

during his laat campaign he waa .of- safe and secure at a good rate of interest of Mr. Coon at J. )V. Lilly's Anything in the investment line desired.

tea found to be la a sleepy mood that by applying to The Nelson residence. 51-4t I Nelson Realty C.. Kissimmee. Flor-\
Kealty Co., Klssimmee, Fla. 50-tf
b. talked Instead of acting that herwiuautly . - ,, FOR SALE--Five acres citrus jruit I Ida. .. 61.tt
Work asked for the opinions of BOARDERS WANTED-By the day or land in Kissimmec P.rk'5 per acre; ----- ------- "
For the Christmas Fancy you will need ,
there, a thing that h* had rarely been w_k, nk-. rooms with' open<< fireplaces also house and shop and 7J acres muck I MISCELLANEOUSWADE.
known to do before. and that he seemed ; reasonable rates. Mrs E. E. and beach land. Windmill tank and _
SACHET POWDERS quit often to waver. In his resolution Milton Broadway and Brack streets. Water in the house. Cheap if sold
41 -tf quickly.I F.. So C.bill. 61-2tpd the tuner. Orlando j 1WANTEDThe I
whereas be had always been noted ; '
Ws full line of the delicate .
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carry a. of his decisions.
the ,
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for W ANTED-- Every lady of the household FOR SALE-c-Fine home near the courthouse Sweetest thing out for
) and lasting perfumes., Ment.UJ"U" was the same old Napo- to try our new' "Daily": Mop . 6 large: rooms, bath and toilet. your girl-Fuller. Greene -
.- Iwo. but the great Intellect was sorely Wringer and Scrub Brusd Holder; hot and cold water kitchen sink fresh from.factory. Ki.aimmesDri4j'' ,

'y Qt=) Q :E: 0 :t.. 4 J? :IXA.: E JMt .A. OD 'Y" handka\\ b? the stomach trouble best out. Send 45 .cents for .ample. large ball 7-foot porches; barn buggy (;cmpany. -U., .' .
that was so soon to kill htm.--New Agvnts! wanted. Walter Vernon.Mgr., shed chicken house and good washhouse "
York AuiertcanRaUIn- Mt. Vernon! Ohio, 51-2tp ; 2 deep wells; mulberries, FOR fresh fish, phone the Roll BasaTMarket. .:
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plums peaches and guavas" : lot 150x No. 189. 1-ti .,
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a..d.In FOR 11EKT Mrs. Summers. Lakeview Cottage, GET H.: N. BRATTON to drive your:' .
ol1'Ol't"with, bread raisins contltute South Klssimmee. ol-tl .artesian-wells. 43-tt .,
r q W. TRUMPELLER a valuable. diet' and help out _. (}
DWELLINGS for .rent apply to M. T\}- - -- -- > ;-
_ tlkmt problem. It.I* stated that t.... WE-Have listed some bt the moat desirable FOR dressed poultry phone the.'RuQ '.

t tie .U rlUU. Mtr(Vl Tailor U tww ,.........tl, the raisin contains nearly 5 per cent property on the market both Bass Market No. 189. $-t1 f.
located U KUiismssteWMl t do work roteln and over. 05 per cent .carbohydrates ROOMS TO RENT-Either single' oren city and county which we offer at
Il&&I'aat" year :
MUTTON fre.b;: fat
suite; suitable for light house the lowest price to be obtained. ; and fine, at the
tine's sad setter t**. the rest can des H. ale d.es and therefore U a very 1mortant keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp There U no padding of prices by law. Run BaN Market phone 189. 19-tC ,

l r..a>iaf, cW *isf a4 prtwia (for eta sad i wosacs. energising food. For invalid" .' __ tf_: every piece of property sold at exact I . 1
Alilana'' tt..ae Msarattb' wt 'dMSspee! U to.et*.r. and children. raisin bread I t invaluable HORSE FOR SALE S.. R. Rat price placed oa it by the owner. )I WOOD per strand $1.25; five traadr .
The simplicity IS.75. Kissimmee
Ufe aa4 IlMUh Lumber -d'
say Sewelh Porter A: Son's store. 48tf Write us your requirements and w.1 Co I
r WReel E"ot. Office. of the loaf 'idakes tt aa ideal will do our beet to pleas you ..-:

substitute for the lard.'butter sugar FOR. RENT.-Nlct.ly furnished rooms. showing just the kind of property you PLEASE do not call at the tana for
ii egg. cream and citron ladea cak*. It with or' without board with princefamily desire. H. M. Breaker A ,Co. 24-tf vegetables; :you will find themes sale '.

. ,- is therefore an important addition to on Church-street., Mrs, Kulp at the grocery stores. s: B...Aoit-', .,1
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the domestic menu, and the woooaa roURacreare and grapefruit i Si

who baa her children's health at heart FOR ENT-8-room booM, clos* In all greve. with 25O( bearing trees I' -" t
and PYRENE
five acres muck ten acres pin nre xtmguiaherforcasaaae>
I II will see that at each baking two: or modern convenience, good neighborhood. land in cultivation, thirty and one- : fires. Get on. for your tenets sag*,,

I three loaves. are well Shed with rs> Address S.;Valley Gaxett*. 50 half.acre* unimproved" land fiveroombox or range and be safe. Said bJ'?Gee:!

I ;:s Xmas Question Solved err. kneading them ta Just before the house good barn and well ; The I N. Saunders, agent. Kiasintnwa:' fAN
i "loaves are put intothe paaa FOR RENT-A nicefcr furnished large 1 improved band all under good f Dee. I
room' with privilege of kitchen, for I
,. tight housekeeping ia a beautiful Ttue property on the north side of intelligent person may Same'Vtmoothljr OS
Cast Lake lour mil** from Narcoos-
Hew K.... Tree CMIoresw corrwspoojing fr
place, with an UIrrr lady who desire miles I aeetups.
nine from Kissimme
A pair Burt&" Packard shots for men 3.50 to $5 All traveler and ma tstrate* Uettfj company. Price very cheap. ate Price. $4.500. $2.500 cash balance on. ae let,No. re. g- Send_p r+ ;r,:.
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H. M. Breaker A Co. I I',
r A pair Taut Gun Metal or Buck .shown' b/ the KatBr la their owe 60-tt year. L ckpon.N.Y. .- : J

teals 8 ca..% thing as a deserted FOR SALE-- > acres: of land J.of a i : .
,, toots for ladies. $3.50 and $4.00 KaOr chUA* 1I aka w.. sod the eider FOR RENTacre: of splendid land mil from the city limits SO acres *f I SEEK Store.KING Quality. shoes bet_'hFaC' .. '
ia I Park Garden, f.tteed owqu.
A oeovl prt ap with, att the Uttle.annoyances" / ; which is fin* ypre muck: Ucd. veryrich .
., pair Dancing- Pumps for ladies. $3.00 to 4.00 rood and in good' shape; $150 for the year and productive, balance good for' '
chlldveawtth mpUity
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QuaJity for
1912. Three erope eau be producedoa I'I'c i show meat at dSA !
fruits. Location oT this [land
A Pair 'RJ CON.* *cAooAo .. $1J25 to 3.00 bato Actoat smell? b. KaAr cent oa \ Iud ia Id _th&. W. also malt L.-a**? it .very. valuable.. The timber i I .WI .pr
"" '. dxea la practtcaQy akaowv Dtar have 2O acre* et spUndid Park Gar . to '
.{ 1Yerwtar Gualwnt ed dfoaurya 25c to $1.00 I toad: Ftold arrtto avOt vies; land for real, and: wilt rest for is and valuable telegraph for fD pete**. Bealsing E.: aaywnre can Start a'tahd .

,' l cash or share j>t the crop Nelsoa excellent.\land It the freedam. V. iBUMsaakhomev No eenwrs"'I
gives one
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Realty Co.. EJ.- .Fls. .60-tf your 'peen ftr
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** SHOE: REf AIRING W CONNECTION .. I a country: city booklet. T.I... how.
k I alt H& peon]. bad good eooa.. *. such aa splendid high school.. Hacaek,4,, 45,.
Upctrt. N. T.
... -, "ho-w nxvch ,FOR RENT: -Some splendid! suburban good market l churches etc. Price. .

., \ ,IFPOM.ilPn" kaour What tQ frny% *.t tA m a Gift Coupon \' greater aye ta*wJ loadoa_hft.h* tb hosptray* pteeorttoa* et.> I &beaotifu-**** f acoMr) rutedata and eoo, We eet also a han -$50 per sere;::*tilDe on. two-thirds* or .SHIP your produce to G'Wttrdpt' ;
\ 1 if'daeured Nelson Co.mo ..
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coverieerTh some large/ lots there/containing a Tampa, I'1a. Writs? them'
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: .: ... --of' ttear kurci9,: say", to. tb. aa* wtt* I of land. oat hight, dry ground beautir-: BEAtrr1J'U1tak.: ttont lot -

which..the f use, piepared;tot tt*tables I till location one. view of the city: and oa. ball blocks;: heated in, thebest 'WANTJD-T: buT tw. 'P d'f
lax 4'A WHIDDEN I & CO. lake Anyone- Assuringoelichtfut.. neigftbortood U* the cttit, Will sell b rses. Send deecriptio..l .....1ic.'

w1L Mt.lkr at thiSarg.let. 41sHaltt ;1. healthful home where they SA grew JBUJC to putT wh*wilt-improve: ; it tocorrespond ABL C.., fat care- C.sEttet. ,Y kR
b .. Sakstodmi Lflne gpov*, Splendid' place' toe peeLh with sorrounoinir prop* v
: -, slope.t tut a bergam h,n.try business. WUt dot ,welt to calla; I Ii" srtjw: Full particular and pric* tointerested. ,W&Tc I fo1"KiaB; T.
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JLtlre ay entemplat :l r"4 PHYSICIAN. and .SURGEON, Ing1'Guilders, Kisslmnvee and: .

C C.1IJST1Y1A: P1ESENTS: Office brer Osceoia 'PhahmeicXPBONESt .:., surrounding in country,that I have't. p' .
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)J . . W. B. CRAWFORD of Kii.unmee.io, PeoacolsJoursaL.Of {.omte: 141'V' kee Cement Piastertit). will go:;< ,
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,of the'fa.mlly, call and See usas;: you will 'find :us. the Vord'sbtstory.the :. ; ". ": 'give better satisfactfon?;than".any. I '
.all gamer' in, all the. \ ] menu of the game,, and yet to p "; ; 4 ;t--
loaded with the best of things along this jl WINN :. .5,.i :. .. . made.; .Every;'sack. 1
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i ,.Dressers :''DresMlhg Tables CJiiffoniersChiffo- deadly, instructive and destructive,, honor,to always be successful: PMONB 89-: _'' --, ---KlsstNvx.---- -Float" etA mers--; I ,; r.:,M-_i- u J.rl fi
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educating anddemoralizing, depending necessary to use diplomatic'] .
kr ..'I robes,' "Wardrobes<<} ,, Tables Chairs, Hall Racks, altogether] ,on how I it ia played and the many times when the harsh truth I 41 (

Costumers, Umbrella Stands; Buffets,. Side habits and temperament of the player. spoil the play. However, I G. THOMASON ease,ealsa iaua t't'ti '

'Boards China Closets Sofas. Couches, Clocks, Henry Cabot Lodge, in a speech delivered absolute] essential ,for" .r-- TILLER ) t,
,
,
in 1886, said: "Let every man ces.. Manya'dishonest- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

,, :,'q t' ?i Pianos, Medicine, Smoking and Shaving Cabinets give of hli leisure, be (it more or lea, high office, but not for long.!! : *> Real Estate !

L'' Trunks Bags and Suit Cases. Rugs. Bath Mats, to politics;; for ft i i. simply good citizenship later the-people will find bin)out. Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 i Agency:,', l'

.. ;. to do so." Even Lodge, the conservative I I do not agree with the }................\"..."" ".."."! 1
Plate Racks. Nicest line of Woolen -
Refrigerators, of the conservatives" 'as far 1 given that the three essentials, B. D. WIENENGA 4 Realty bougbt'and sold. 'I

Blankets, and many other things too numerous back aa twenty-five years ago, when I cess, in the order given are, to VETERINARIAN 4 Houses rented. ":

t mention. conditions favored the conservatives, j! to get honor.,and.then "to get } -
to Taxes and Titles'v ;
: STOCK TREATED FOR 4 paid .rr
: that all the should but rather would I advise to .
openly urged people I get ALL DISEASES Ified for non-residents. i

INVITE TO CALL AND SEE US give certain of their time to the game. first, get on second, and 'lben' Phon.raj Fire, Life and Accident In.. '
': WE YOU :
f Ledge was then evidently convinced of 1 broad basis, get honor if you can. Phone 182 ORLANDO FEA. t surance.

1 the truthfulness of the assertion of ever much you may differ with } .
4'
Indemnity Bonds. .
t "J CASH OR INSTALLMENTS James Russell Lowell that 'We are ple on political! ] issues if once &. N. L. BRYAN

f 1 particular how our boots are made, but convinced them of your honesty V B*WW4JB.Ww. aV.
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i' WUhingYou a Merry X-Miu. about our constitutions we 'trust In the always command their DENTIST .

Lord."' The trouble with our people having secured their attention : Building Home
Squires Man
The
". KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO: has been that they condemned all politicians "get on" whenever' your view ( New York Avenue Bakery

.1" for the sins of the few trickyones with theirs. And! conversely I CLOUD FLORIDA
in the game.Politician. views coincide with aheirs, and Take. this opportunity to thank

Stateunan. I doubt your honesty you can J. W. SIMPSON the good people of this city for"their
vs.
liberal patronage and would '
$I There are various and sundry definitions Lure for the Lawyer. also take this
.: __ .,_ DENTIST., means to say that, .
and distinctions of politicians and Politics lures mostly the our limited facilities for making '
,
statesmen and It is a little hard to draw Upstairs in Katz Building.
the man-the
lawyer will for awhilej
j newspaper goods prevent ( our ,
\I & m. to 12
m.
the line between them. The Twentieth ally for what there is in the HOURS: | all
f 1:30: to fca: >p m. 'general delivery to parts of the
BARGAINS Century Encyclopaedia defines'a politi- I of the office, and the No. 76 Jun 5. 1 yr.I . city. Quality and variety will be- w
IN FLORIDA cian as "one versed in politics, or in the for the ammunition it maintained always. Our nice

I science of government and the art of busineee. Of course some I W. W. CARSON ,,.

t governing; one devoted to political mat- I men go in for the office and DENTIST HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS

'w Truck FarmsAND teas-a schemer; a man of artful designs -, and some lawyers go in for the Also HOT BREAD r ,

and deep contrivances"; and a I 1 minus the emoluments" byt these Office over Cole's Jewelry Store i.' '
will be ready mornings and after- tl'. "
statesman as "a man versed in publicor ,! cases are the exceptirnA. In Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5
noons and a nice variety of PIES "
state affairs, or in the arts of /government : of politics there are other Office phone 168 .
and CAKE Parties and
Residence -
23
ORANGE GROVES ; usually one eminent for political -I represented-infact, very few a specialty. Wedding '\
t' or diplomatic'abilities. I' but the of the
Knot, great majority DERBYSHlREr D.
t '
The common distinction between the i|I ticians come from the legal .. A. :
I SMITH
NUMBER 12 We have for sale 80 acres of land U miles] from railway politician and the statesman seems to beI ajpd; rightly so. ., ..: f

;, n'? town, 61 miles from Kissimmee, the county seat. This is all that the statesman is the politician who ,i The people are paying/: more Special attention given to thetreatment DARLINGTON' AVENUE I 't'' '
splendid] orange land. Also grows splendid melons of all kinds street of Women and ,
gets there. As ]long as a man remains I'
| these days to issues than they .
potatoes corn and other drops. 20 acres in high state of cultivation, Children. .
h t fenced and crone fenced. 5 acres in orange grove, 3 acres of which in the ranks, whether he is fighting for ] m..n. and the politician who has

are fine, large thrifty, bearing trees, heavily loaded with oranges at principal or for other causes, he is re- tions to be a statesman must over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 : Y
A this time, remaining 2 acres just coming into hearing./: This is part garded as a politician, but once he gets sympathy with his people. Can 24-3mospd
hammock land and deal of it is and oak timber mixed I Butler1
a great pine I I enne \
{ there, and after "getting there" does thp p.
# there being about 60 acres in timber. Large 4-room box house and imagine a candidate for governor : . AQNCW: W. .. CILAWPOKD
k ve nice porches, good barn, grain bins, hay mow. and chicken shed, weil something, he is promoted to the states / elected by our people who would .
s of water the door. All land surrounded colonization class. I ANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
; near good by a : <. man { espouse the repeal of our primary ,
that has been sold out in 10-acre farms. Road either i f
proposition on
if Many men classed as statesman are I It matters not how much of an
side of the farm. Unimproved adjoining-selling from $30 to $36per ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW BARBER SHOP
acre. This tract can be purchased for $40 an acre, time on half politicians of the simplest calibre, and may be, his views must not be p
1 ,If desired A real genuine bargain. The 20 acres in cultivation could. conversely many a politician dies fight- I to the views held.by the great """*: 3-4-.VG Citizens Bank Building .

soon be planted to citrus fruit and by putting peach trees between ing for a principle with which his exceptional of the.people.Con.istency. Florida ,
f 'would pay a handsome income after the second year, as the peaches abilities would have silvered the I is another element Cnld! Drinks S Cigars : .;i iKisaimincq "
will bear until the and Then truck-
grapefruit bearing.
oranges are ,
M D.
of had he been I OEIO1B
ng can be carried on between the rows. pages history promotedto cess in the life of a politician. It "
the statesman class] where those abilities Fla .< \,:, ,Y
.. that wise men change their views
& GEIGER
'NUMBER 23. Fine farm and two groves. 120 acres of land, grove :
t f. ,on one >40 of 8 acres, bearing and a number of young trees, there and energies could have found an fools never. However, there are r.
1, are about an equal number of grapefruit and oranges and quite a expaession. wise men who change their views ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ttf (
number of Have been offered for the fruit the trees '
a tangerine on : .:
r a sense of expediency, and the 'J'T
"t ,,, 80c per box for the orangr* and $1.75 per box for grapefruit and tangerines Politics a Game. State Bank Building '
the trees. Also] another different part are likely to ascertain this Kissimmee. Florida Sprigg Fleming '
on orange grove on % Politics is a game, ancTto play it suc- : h
., of the farm' of 9 acres, mostly oranges with perhaps one-fourth grape cessfully must understand the rulesof fore election day. If a politician j
h \ fruit These oranges are nice healthy trees, just right age to beginto one himself on the wrong side of a F. KRIBBS ; .
pay heavy returns to the owner. This farm has a quarter of a the game. The game changes with sue he had best make an honest CLEANING ;
mile front on a be.utlfullake that i i. connected with six other lakes time and it is necessary for one change AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. PRESSING :-i :
,iI' ""bp' ; canals making: a beautiful] chain of lake that can be visited by his system of play with the changes of frank confession to the people u '
launch t Located miles from a town of 2500 people, about 2 miles of silently sliding into the DYEING "dREPAIRING
.a the! game. The.politician of thirty years l.atlon of Titles a Specialy. '
from railway station in Osceola county; Florida.] Has a 3-room cottage band-wagon.
good stables and bam. Fenced hog tight and cross fenced ago conld not successfully play the game .. and ..payment of taxes of ,
li ... :. some of the finest farming and trucking land to be found in the State \ today following the rules of the game People Now in ControL non-residents' given'careful ,. ." !I;

of Florida. 'Some splendid virgin timber that has never been boxed.A of thirty years ago. I have often heard There was a time when the attention. Leave word at my house and clothe I 'I
grand tract of land all the way throughvery1; cheap at $12,500, or .J will be called lor.and returned.
and the late Governor
grandfather ] this that ..1 ,
sold my sued country, .but.
a owner will reserve this years orange crop and sell for $11,000 if G. JOHNSTON ,
I r' at once. Terms, $2500 cash, balance $1000 per annum with 6 per cent Bloxham'say that they never' asked any passed.; This revolution started :") "
,. I interest on deferred payment. Almost.like finding a farm, as the one to support them for office, and I municipal] game and spread Satisfaction GuaranteedflORIDA'RLAL J

; oranges alone should take care.future payments and support a fam- know that they seldom] ever attended tu the county and state games, ATTORNEY AT LAWKIBSIMEEE .
ily besides This i I. worthy of close Investigation. Is owned by a conventions
: non-resident I Is why It can be bought at such a bargain. and' never made any per- another four years the-national] ;

r; r NUMBER 27. Orange grove-inside the city limits. 3 acre of splendid ] sonal canvass for office within their will be entirely in the hands of the FLORIDA [ [ESTATE fOR SALE : .. ;

orange grove and a 6-room house, about a half mile from the party, but how many people believe ple. The politician counts for .
center of the town. Owned by a non-resident. Price $3600. Half they could be elected to high! office(today amount of hip influence with the Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
balance terms O. HAIU9KT T. PITON WABLOW the Lake Region Florida.
.cash favorable the tactics. In that oj f
following same
people. The pow r of his Couiu.1 for dude 01 the ...
.w "NUMBER'' A IP-acre farm about 1 mile .from railway station, 2 day it was against the ethics of the been reduced, because there are I R. R. Comm. Criminal Court Trucking and Farming Lands in larg I .j! \\
mile from a town of 2500 people on a splendid road i mile tot or small tracts.
'f
< church, i of a quarter to school. About one-third of the place into game to personally solicit votes, but|today people now than formerly bosses. ] .& WARLOW t
lie 41. ''splendid oranges 'grapefruit with some tangerines. Plenty of it is the politician who gets close] to a dozen bosses formerly CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY hList '):} ,'
t .stables] chicken shed, chicken bouse and grain bins, house of 3 rooms, the people who lands tne plums. state with five or six million ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS

ii- .:Z well] Price, .$1500, one-third cash,balance 200 per year for C years. The fascinating element of the game but today the boss has given way AT LAW your property with me for quick. .' . "
f ." In all th. Court of the Put and salt*. \. "
NUMBER S3.. 60 acre of fine land, about H miles from city limits of .
I. bard to describe.. Lawyers generallytake .
, voter and it is not as easy to StatM. also before the Florida Ball-

exz' ] to it as a duck takes to water. six million people as it, was six .' 1081oa. and the Intantat Cunmara. H. M. Breaker

z'' muck toll. New 9-room residence with-baaement, good barn Men in other trades and professions are The Ue of Money. :ll'l'OJt BUM. ORLANDO.FLA. & Co J a

sheds, etc. This is a magefficent. farm'and can be had for $15,500, on many times.not attracted until late in UI ,r *
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'li : term If desired. life, but whenever the germ hits themIt The question of the use and Box 178, KISSIMMEE. FLA.' .

"P, "NUMBER 85. 40 acre of land' about f mile from the postoffice at invariably proves incurable. It has I I money in politics opens a wide + j ''iii
1 ,: JClsalmmee, 20 acre in bearing grove, balance all good Jand, 6- discussion. I make the statement ""M'1.L. '?
,
few officeholder die and
been that I
said
for. home S 2cCAI! .LISrrE:3': ,
_, i. room house, stable Ajgreat proposition nice with a W. S. HARWELL t
+ ' I ,splendid income. Here l' you have the advantage of high school], none resign, and I am here reminded o:f advisedly, although few may e1n.tX1.ee.: 44
f churches, good markets etc. Price $9500, terms ir desired. what the late Colonel John'A. Hender- that money counts for more in the ] ESTATENotary a i : .1

t: .M NUMBER 37. 40 acre of land," 1-4 mile from railway] station, .200 son of Tallahassee once said about a tics of today than it did under the Well Urllier SIs ''1J' .,

'. yards from school and church' 4 mile from Kissimmee. About certain Senator who, rumor said woulcrefuse mer system' of the bosses. I Public at Large prepared to drillARTESIAN f I.;
16 acre In cultivation. A'docen or more nice orange tree, ]large that the late Senator William is
stand for re-election. There'snothing
11 pear tree and some peaches. 25 acres of fine-orange ]land 16 acre of to Office in Beaman Building
' I{,,. trucking land 4-room fume house with 2 porches, fireplace] in two to It," the colonel said. "When Bryan once said that a silver dollar SIBB11t MEE. FLA.. WELLS ,"( ( -r t
.. roomThis I. sdlendld property, and cheap at $1600. Time on'half ever a man gets a taste of sanatoria one of the beet campaigners be t.f .:

t >' ,,or more i ls desired., life he's a perpetual candidate." when rightly and legitimately] used t, in any section of Florida.: .' _, .; t

1.1 \ .FINE SUBURBAN HOME.. city acre of land owned by a Pennsyl-] The game of politics Is naturally; divided by one who knew how to use It. In .- : 4.c,:.;.... .. "r t.
;,r
Ii !r vania lady. Join the the limit, can drive right off hard road \. J'
mer day was not always
; ,'f ,/* onto the land; can stand on frent porch and look right down Mainstreet [ into four classes: national state, money : Ten )'e.n.ot: successful Well ,. ; : i' ff
1 and municipal and each of these consideration of the bosses-it Drilling is a Guarantee of ,d i ,I ,+
; All good land.225 bearing orange tree, some Japanese perJ1 county my; ':V'
U' simmon and other shrubbery. Beautiful yard, nicely shaded and or- classes may be subdivided. There are mostly special privileges for the T 0 P Ability to produce the best 1 r' v '

s 1, i" tiamental shrubbery. 6-room frame house with porch clear along one different rules applicable to each of the that controlled them. Today the results. C'.t, ii.
i !. 4 aide and-front, 8-room servant house; deep well of good water good mary Is in vogue in moat of the : i. \ ,
but the
classes two requisites to success
I
i horse barn with hay mow above, cow barn, chicken yard and chicken
V S 1.- ouM.' This property 1* very che.p.M4'W.. in all are honesty and the ability to and money, judiciously used is the see us if yon are going.to, build. TWO AND FOUR INCH '

;, ,; '"S TRUCKING FARM., We have If acrfca of fine truck land with flowJ keep In touch with the voter. weapon of.the, special privilege plan,.and. erect any style] of WELLS A SPECIALTY .f...: .

"If/ ing well and Irrigated by the tiling process, close to the city dose the Voters. The use of money in the political We nlake our Own artificial It't.J' ; ? "
-1 I ,"'(Willa echooL .We want to show you this property and what it will do. to i* one of the hardest point to and brick and are close dealer -' .... . ',. '
' k \? I Igo> Foil particular* to Interested parties. The first requisite of successful politician and I ventvre the assertion that We also manufacture all P. O. Box 344 w'' .....'Ih! ,

\, PARE OARGEN. We have In Park, Garden several 'truck farm I II his ability to keep In touch with are few men In our state political of Monumental work. %(: ,\ ...."
/ r* not'! .from 5 acre np to aa high a* >40 in one body, improved and unimproved the voter. The day when any man or 3Clselxin.aaa.ee.: :E-10r1.d&! .' A >:
. ''qt fine flowing wells, richest of soil all underlaid] with fine who know exactly how to use it to ,
of could] control
1 set
men a state over a CONSTRUCTION' GO
> if clay' -jiHae just the right element to make the fine successful truck.. effect We have had a number of a ,,$ r
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, -t e 4 JL InC farm on which 8 crop can be grown .annum. Price range telegraph wire ha' passed. Voter'are,; ample.of Its ftbuM mnd misuse." . and Midland Ry. .
5 i<... according to anMvnt of!improvement, ete. Come let oa show you the wanting tAt> know 'something'about: the. used tfgnUy; ,and(diplomatically;It I NEW BOAT ,.5 I r
a ',I);. finest property ia JloriA*,fa.U e my-' of trpeking'andsg ) _rri. men"they ire'going- vote. for and In In. weapon'but' when used d1aba. -
< ''f'( :NUMBER loa" ')O acre of. laid.leeated l.c mile, from'Kissimineer thladayand time antnolfOfh] to nomi and I4h. '' J.K'fSSIMMEEI':1: :
without tie
; It wont
i, 'y': <' lee than 1 .JWfrom. :railway station.;: school and church.'*''Moat I Date a man by mistake, a* they once I & WO0 D"M MSurveyingand ; ,
r. f:::'excellent orange land bat some extra good tracking land. Several of a boomerang. If I were -will.I leave-.- i ,|jj/,'
i a !*' acre ready to -plant to orange now. '"Good44room house'newly did a governor of on. of our state I ,tate campaign ,I would want '{"

f, t .< 4'' .1 i'peinted.) ..', A plendip proposition at $3600. rat ,'party*olrn this who :JfThe people) .be.damned i Ie an expression nothing better than the liberal tad ; KISSIMMEE PARK i
i'tLowns.onsilerabl.property"fn: Kansas,',might consider: : an exchanc,0, used now by politician ,only u awblsp.r taettalGM of the ; :
money; by: opp
k v w ; for.good clear preperty.NELSON ,' ' .. . and 1 Ii ]
\ where/no one likely; to Many" a- man U dishonest in : Daily except Sunday 11 s.'m '> *
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'MfnftIP.JD7JOI1'oLD tSidesir.dlRy.9 overbear' them... The real and t &XQ .
nuSandav
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-polSUclan ae - :
. j'\1' ,I'J IIdaaom. or In"utp ant; ..=_ naUer* who u not"so in political ; and 8 p. m. ; Ni1
the whole of the :
body people to handle .. except
... t!...*4ty< -experien: hae-bse L5VS'KMemmwddl';' '
:g- 1'1/O now! instead tbe'"bosse: ) !henee
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and .
man wflljjle, and accept money; Drafting m. 3:16 p. m.'
. REALTY COMPANY be more careful! to bis.xpreesIon.4Th. strength of that He,for his Sunday 8. a. m.and 2 p. ncV:: ,
; ..element Chance. l
e> enter the and atilt go to 'hate poll and vote AnuraaaBtaforafooBlteat; xz..nloe. s

; ,"" "'" ti'. ) 'L ...K1SSIMMEE FLORIDA game.of, polities* and,;th.. 'player.whodoe ] bonest'eonvIMloa.aM: ; 'b.r.'is I I To''' .Mm.d.atas7Uneoashortnntie. ...., "'
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., I Mpolitic'lana' play the game' for
the blunderer With the "dough bag"

p l \. faro r With apoJ18hi*"honest*-p"convictions..- Beware In of"the'aan.politic, ityouwant i. good many the fun play for.of their it it.for fellow others'th.single countrymen play aim It 'for of dolnr Pay,As; S. ,H, & E.JHLcoiyjMissipN'"MERCHANTS: F O, ST':

to bayhi,, influence with '
r, money, You imply cannot do it. ''You ,to which:of. these 'classes\ your! various << ; '
politician friends belong'I am'going' to
-' eau bur him on every 'other proposition -
In'the world.'a lcf' he will eren1 agree to leave"for you' to gue**.; :ORANGES, GRAPEFRUITPINEAPPLES. ' '
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; -! :-" that' inflgeocewllllnvarlablyboom.rangyou 4> iJ' "M I. OPEN 'THEr.. 1 rwrcr.-- -_ VEGETABLESKansas' a,, J" -
on election'day.; ; & "etiae "

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'Nothing bM been found OasMsW Idea i. Politic; very ,
6 4; aver ( Of. therario"Ja: i 'Ua classes'*' <, actions of IhVeosnmbn dayb'but' -..'. .. . ... 1 "
that lends the same .Air. of aristocracy and,types ofmen , 1",1 ,,' .' '
the heart
in 'the befa es+ A SoBthern I # Iti
political1game the common SbipplagNo'SO
home .
to the as w.na,1'' (loving human heart-eoicfts r
laborer Is seen moat the t
exclusively |ID
.SILVERWARE the whole Ue The mind may/:' :. ,.. 3W 'WASHINGTON STREET, 'NEW TORE
municipal game. He has come to exert: . ,'
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$w ands quite an I influence this branch thanks apt the taachinc: that'.f 'an-!' .,Ksferescesr,. cojucn: ir" ..u&ft'ItU l'
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Our stock" the most complete 'eehG.hl' *
.brother sad .,e'ao to cojd.& Natives '
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direct y -" "
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to and that influence
I comprehensive collection: of., this l eautll'ul -Ic nearly primaries always'>,exerted In the way, tut when" the'heart fceUves it "'k'... ......-. Kindly f:to for stencil.if needed.soucmNO . r',
E'sstprh'citlee. We humanity finds ks :-in iwsiaeea, '_' "
ware south of the large ; right direction proVId d"'IOI1l. Industrial \ castfWAcesck. I .
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,h have. searched the world''* markets, and strike does not unbalance' 'his political .justice... pews tiIad ang a4" I' AOtNT wAwtto-r1:

," have THE BEST ; )judgment .
99sOCATION
1'r + M f. The,business man Is beginning to take AND UPER1ENcE'000NT,?, a..

" I'S Solid Sterling Silver Tea Set-five a keener, interest in politics and Is fretting Valuable Byproduct*. L. Y. tiD

+ N pieces, plain design, $90,00. into :all branches' the gain, Albumen. made flog blood ee- ..."...... " -" .' .. II .. _
Very few of them..develop'into': professional eared at'the packing houses and used = -
.' Solid Siver After Dinner Set-4 pieces for setting the colors of 'printed fabrics I . ... ,
politicians, but they are coming t .
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I f cnI&mer su&'ar and $ 0.00 lanes ; Wu.a.
; -pot. ,tray into favor as office holders. Five 'of from the'hickory" need
\' Sandwich Plates, solid silver, $15 up. cobs used la smoking: meats are used r
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. the seven Cabinet officers of our state
'' 'Bread Trays, solid silver, $16 up. governor from the for fertiliser. Certain bard bone *1. 'ElIfea, tel ar}
includlnatbe cam.
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.{" ', 'Salad Bowls solid silver, $20 up. ground Bp and used for case harden- r
Bon Bon Dishes, solid silver $20 up. ranks of business men, and are'proving Ins steel. In this process: the' steel

"' Baskets solid silver, $12 splendid officers. Implement Is heated while ImmersedIn
i ,1' Sugar up. The public service corporation lawyerand the powdered bone Glue 'is made RESTAURANT 'Coniiectibtt y d

',c, A large stock of the very best Quadruple' Plate in all sizes, employe were common among the from the boots and sinews of animal . ,
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q. styles and for all! uses. office-holders of a quarter of a centuryago Reasonable) Prices' ::1:: ) "
I but they ara practically out ofcomml..lon At Your Peril.
all silverware, when desired free of cost Insurance has
\ We engrave An accident company
now, and I do not believe EVERYTHING NEW
I I placed in the elevators of several office , AND, UPTTO-DATE ,
(:,. We have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Plus; will ever .be employed hereafter. The buildings the following .notice: ,;.
like Sterling and is guaranteed for people have at last come to realize the Beaman BlockPhone -
Plate Flatware, engraves "This elevator Is limited to fourteen .'
, ll., forty years. biblical injunction that uo man 'can persons. All over that number ridingon 109. H. E. BRYANProprietorWHAT . ...
serve two masters. That no man can this car do so at their own risk."- I
! .. We Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, serve two interests directly in conflict New York Sun. .' j

I k..i ; Electroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir with the same degree of honesty is nowa y........................_....e..eevea....,.._.....----... '
I Spoons, Silk Umbrellas -:-. -:- -:- -:- generally accepted political theory.As Primitive Medicines. :
i W : a rule ministers of the gospel haverefrained Some of the early medical\ practitioners IT MEANSI!
j We are especially equipped ,to care for all mail orders. Our from entering the field of pol- were very limited In the choiceof Mao' people de not IrDtwwh., Baalr". '.t 4
a Capisl I.for;eP the d4'er-eN-
, .. stock is complete new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line itics. I cannot conceive it to be a min- remedies. Victor Hugo's family physician $wean a baoll of 1I''e or DO call>lLI awl ODe wll4 a Iergs oapltal, w

with legitimate business houses. ister's duty -to regulate political condi- used only ammonia and cam- A BANK'S CAPITAL AND 8URPLCS .
phor in different combination. I. th. fund that protect the depositors from lou, therefore the lariat It ti the S
for them to
tions. It is enough keep
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED (rotter protection tbe depositors h.,e. fbii bank bM a .
.l down the strife in their own flocks with- Natural Gas. Capital ......, .;.i.-t...,.r..7..0oetn' J. ,
wirif We are members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association strife in other flocks. Pennsylvania's 8nrp> > tawfef. ..;...>......".,....'.... XA.OOO/ 00
:' and refund the fare of visiting shoppers, subject to the rules of the out stirring up Pennsylvania opened her first well fe.ockhold.nliability: .. ...,.....u.....,.,ftp.Quo oa :> /1

organization. The influence of ministers in politics is of natural gas In 1882, since which A total of.................."1121.000 00 i; '",
\, '. great when rightly exerted but when time the state has produced about one- TWiasa w i25ODe.de before oar d.poaltore e Q.1os. a to JCmTb
they attempt to take the lead in game half the natural gas consumed In the Ibtt Ifour: YO.L( ,
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that is foreign to their calling and I legislate .' United States. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE'' h. f

morals into flocks that they can- The Veil of the Future.In .. ,
---opstlaa..sasaa -
:' The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. not regulate by kindly words and godly the Chicago schools a boy refused ""'C>>"'OA.

prayers they abuse their holy casing, to "sew thinking It below the .. C. A. CARBON JOHN H. untVIoeftMldent: N.. BV CABAOir "f
t "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" and injure their life's work. dignity of a man Of ten years. Pmldenl O.arrln'r:

< Physicians have as a rule, taken but -Why." said the teacher, "George ...---....-..-....-....-.-..----- .
t."' Local and Long Distance Phone 6)8t1) \ little stand in politics. They neither Washington did till own sewing In thewars .. '. ::
and do think better .
are
\410 FRANKLIN play the game regularly nor stand in you yon .

))," STREETFlorida much favor as office-holders, although than George Washington" : -,.. -. .. -. ". -..... .. i, fl
E Tampa "I don't know. replied the boy seri -
quite a number have risen to eminent ousl). "Only time can, tell that"-La. '
'. .\ est positions. The doctor's patients are dles' Horn TouruaLBargain :
radicals and progre salves, democrats -- R. G. JOHNSTON

);t.; and republicans, and it generally injureshis : S
,, ; In a Home.
'i practice more or less to become conspicuous I \ > 1
z in the game. Seven-room house, three rooms plastered

! \i The newspaper man is perhaps more house, four wood-ahed."flne celled, two porches well ,171 poultry feet FIRE: INSURANCELondon. y

WeareJewelersandSilversmiths'.i conversant with' the game and its various deep, two lots 691 feet front each. 135 ,,+ ,.
branches than, the members of! feet deep fine garden plot, east front. . ....".:.\.: ..
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any other'profession, and yet for the This is a splendid bargain at $1250. 11 J." 'rz .
h We are Specialists.., 'O entire, energies' are concentrated upon the Term. on half,if desired See u* early ''
t accumulation of merchandise appertaining to the "Jeweler's Line." An interest taken-there are fewer of them If you desire property of this description. Liverpool & Globe, ,Etna. <. <: ,:,. i
?' experience' of many years In this single endervor enables us to secure .in the public offices than of the'other H. M. BREAKER &: Co. .Non "l '
the best results of expert Uste. f professions. If it'were not for politicsthe Hartford, Ich Union, and

Diamonds and Pearls, Gold and Silver Watches,'Sterlinf SilTerware newspapers would be "hard put tel other CompaniesPHONE

\' Fine Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver Toilet Article, it" for ammunition, which' In the news strong ,

x Sterling Silver Jewelry, Novel and Artistic Fancy Jewelry, paper game means "political dope." ARE YOU BUYING FOR n
;, : Hair and Hat Ornaments,,Fine Leather Goods, Opera Glasses, The newspaper man must be "on the 246 PILLEY BUILDING jf'

Umbrellas, French and American Clocks, Rich Cat Glass, Creations job" all of the time, and to do,this he .

i' in Artistic Braues, Silver "Deposit" over Glass, Imported - must keep abreast of all sorts of politi- CHRISTMAS ? LOOK .. . J

? China Service Plates, Chafing Dishes and Accessories, cal rumors and moves. Coming in daily 3

li i Loose Gems, for which we make any mounting desired. contact with the people with whom the This is the line for the Best People, : "
power of government now rests, he and Is the store where you will find .
r. In the above line we claim general superiority over any kindred 1
knows their feelings and activities bet. what you want and prices to suit
assortment in the city of Tampa ,
We meet the prices of all legitimate Mail Order Houses quality con- ter even than the lawyerpolitician.And Photographic Department YouGoiJ 3 :
sidered. We will ship C. O. D. subject to examination. We guarantee. in- this respect the newspaper man Kodaks, Cameras Post Card Projectors I Ar dtBi Id? 1e1o
satisfaction and cheerfully refund money when requested.We stands in a better position than the Albums Photographic Cal-
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endar Cards and Folders. u'v' u. ; \
members of the Tampa Trade Extension Association.
are lawyer-politician: for he knows the u'J,
I Picture
-- plans and secrets of both sides. Perhaps Department -
Finest line of Picture Mouldingsin ,
Owen-Cotter Co. this very fact prohibits him many I the State. Pictures framed to ,e1ya ,
Jewelry times from taking the !lead In.political order. We handle distinctive line a1/eD "' 1 ,
matters. Newspaper men as a rule of Pictured Carbons, Water Colors, PONS t a ) 4'
TAMPA 613 FRANKLIN STREET FLORIDALocal have held few of the higher positions in Oil Paintiugs and high grade pro VIIOouCT3 -- x FYI
V' gi' and Lor.g Distance Phone Nos.- 1079 and 1300. ductions 01 the finest Oil Paintingsand
o jr government. They seem to be con- of the Old Masters. t

tent with fighting for the otheV fellow. Art Department. ,

I Why i u a Lawyer? : Artists' Supplies, Water,' Oil and l
China Color Boxes Pyrosrraphy (I \ ..
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I now come to the question; of why a' Burnt Wood Outfit and Supplies i .

lawyer Is usually a politician. Why Metal Aplika, Brass Craft outfits 11 "f
lljl *.c
FOR SALE OR TRADEr does a duck swim? Why does a man and supplies. 9 .\.
v eat (Iwhen he is hungry? A lawyer's Artistic and Beautiful Gifts .. .k

business takes him into politics whether I; Hand Made and Colored Pottery, .. se, 1I11
1" KSrnak Brass and Gold articles of / w.Il11; t'I
he wills or no. If the saving of a cli I useful designs. Mirrors etc.; etc. _. ,1"
,
I ent's neck Involves the constitutionalityof Hand decorated Pennants, Pillow
I rti r-. a statute he must investigate thepas.ag Cushions, Calendars, Xmas Letters, The U. S. Government has bought Neponset'e
$25,000.00 worth of the Capital Stock Cards Post, Cards, and Folders of
'.. of that statute, or its relationto ParoidRoofing"every year since 1898-often
the famous A. M. Davis
' of the Citrus Southern Railway Com- the provisions/ the constitution. Boston. Artistic Orange wood Company Souvenirs , a million square feet ata' time-for use at .

-"it... Could he make these examinations if he and Small Water Color Paint.' home, Alaska Panama and the Philippines 1,1 ,

pany-Cheap. were not familiar with legislative-- Ings of Florida scenes-just the thing the coldest as well a*' the' hottest climates. ', ; *. '"
i. ' lei, their ptoedure and their powers? to send to your....Northern.. fiiends. .I: f.. 1
:- ; "', J. J. BROPHY, There are a hundred and one different Stationery. Do you need stronger proof of the wearing; qualities, eCoDomT'i".j f'i yak 1 ,

"' Orlando Fla. reasons why a lawyer' cannot be suce The &finest grade In the latest gift and, the satisfaction that NEPONSET :Faroid Roofing afordsl ,
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boxes. Old Hampshire Bond-the. < .
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,' issful unle..he thoroughly understand Dc1'you want proof earerl1oDIe1e..iII give It.toyoi.We
for.the
stationery gentleman. Fountain
i'-: .. rit the system and manipulation of our governmental Pens-the Waterman Ideal and will tell you 'where you can see a.NEPONSET Paroid Boot: .,

machinej3, But, you ask, the famous Parker Lucky Curve See how it looks, learn how long it has been.,tut, and ,hear' :what, : = '+ i

rk. / why.is eary'1or him to get into plain barrels or Gold and Silver. the owner has to.say about it! 4s* I

.} I :, the maelstrom of politics If he.can stand mounted.
nl..io
t;, t >I ., on the bank and study and understand ToCampbell. NEPDN3ET P-AR K MM
Kid
Dolls. Lionel Elec
: Its intricacies If you lead a hungryman tric Railway Cars, Trrins. etc.: The L .w ell P- seat : ,x '"t"'- '<":i
The BULL BASS MARKET to a well filled table, do you think Dan Patch Racer for the ,boys and ptror.dsjs:: i r 6 i3 SB /* 1
u;, : .. he would refuse an Invitrtion tout? If girls1. Nystle Magic Sets for theyoung Ntr SCT PAROO ...... for the MPwix.yaQSATt .....rfl.s"" taro, B 'f '*'.I
M "; ... : '- Prestidigitator. Our raol! sad rides. of bans ...bIee. voBltrr I' took and side/ruittaMM awi all ...i'K \ ( lay | i
< you lead a.thirsty man to a cool: streamof toys are bell4la Sta.1qcola. Costs* *. '
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Oil; \t, .ot Bearden BciUcfh12' 'One Block from Depot1of wate&xio you think he would refuse only !of tbe high grade order.. ......1... lluIale! .i,.. has Looks duce like.b tor aa."tlsue...wan roes like add slats siding. ?'. ?,1
... I For brooder ......-. abecla .04 temper' NC".t1'WATERPItOO. .II.U..r: ',
tod'rinki ,
: kErel sh. .Florida' . : Then: howl can yon expect ;Tampa ''hotoa&Qrsupply I __ ; ;: J' .
-all kinds.- - c lawyer,:;who-ls-foreed"t
r' : a Western. 'M 1 EATS: ,,; ,,; Jfo. the political game,to :refuse''an indulgence w bas p e...... "'. etMdM'ct 1_ceat roob.g lot 4aoap_ cold u4 draughty/Ca&8 fuel .. ,<,f.!;.-.,
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In s&moT- Co. tw..I '6..,..... bills- .ire. :s, ;; "'"
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::PS sTRYjIEGGSFRESH t '\ The lawyer'f Is pnlyhuman after sill, .. 'Fr W.00tp. . ,' SON. ,c'g.m. w--..'.'' Mw .. 't. ., ,.. rt 1 ... AG rPact.ok.r ;
FISH 207 209-211 Franklin s tone . E'.'.... y oft '" .
and being better equipped for the game Z8 -", I ". ;; (

., Spctal aftention Iii Fho'{t'Ordera'andYre; % : p than the men'of any other profession or :,Members.. :of-:r#ie'.Tampa'Trade, '"'!I. : s- r., t .'jJ.: ;1 ') .- '
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: .;p Delivery to any 't of Ue 189; .il trade,be naturally enters' it a*a'matUr l'- .,,Extension... . Association.. .. : .... 'f W Q. }\ KIN PN (COMPANY! 'v' ;I r
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: r.- .. . as he does'hjs business : , ,. : / .'1t1&.tJb'.. "LO ID4,_ . . ; : ''f't
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VALLEY 'GAZETTE /I December:15.1911',' ;'
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-L, '\";, TI.:<; : .- *. . /0 t w .;. r ;THEIR. .,-:TOMBSTONE.-:.. ...' . f l .. . ,- J "_. --.-. ":- : . :___ ._ -tl .,

tT t FOR SAUi--:rbr.exohanee.for It Prsvsd'U'" sea Rich Fied'.nd'Bq.' "
Be BoosterDo am* a Town' Nam.- a- *
orange
'KJssimroee property, a .
Then. 1* a certain"natural pride felt ,. You'Ulike '
: groy on Shingle Creek: capacity 1 after access has come. In wearing UM : -Si

y now 600 to 800 boxes;. you know there's lots ,o' people. epltbet given In contempt by thou 4 'I i

Settin round In town who prophesied failure. Instance arq
every ,
seedling not uncommon of triumphant sect ;
,
; } \ Growlin' like a broody chicken, and parties and oven nations retaining .' ;

;, meehalfmlle.; | !. from: \Chipping Knockin every food thing down? the 'very title first.tfTen them by; l rk
:
,,8tatton7;' : acre a.land.. Price Don't you be that kind o' cattle, their enemies. .A case la. point U UbertyM1 : a .
i 1 F' ." :_ Tombstone Arts How did It com to
1 $5000;. 11" 'Cause they ain't no Use on earth; - hare such a name! .Jt.waaDot borrowed : :

J. M"...Wl SONJR.i; You just be a booster rooster, _. or stolen' from any other place on ,. firWhere
"jfc'; ,b. clobe nor tren'saffKMted by anynovel ; ,R,
Crow and boost.lor all oU"e'orth.. ,
rom.nce. r
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.. I I ,. .. If your town needs boostin booster, brothers The or story'is, when: that'about'two to young start from men,. lifers Worth [Living < :

I**UITS .AND' Don't hold back an' wait to aee Tucson on a prospecting tour Into the .'
SHIP vaaaTA.La. If some other feller's wfllin' Dragoon mountains. Soofara..or somewhere I- .
T.tb.old .1I.bl. else were adrlsed.t* gtre np toe
i, Sail in this eountrY'.lree
c..i..to.la.rcksats right ; undertaking for if they perished they Away frora 'crowded aparbaeatswithout room esonfk for comfort; '
VINZANT&CO.JACKSONVILLE No one's got a mortgage on it, would Sad neither mine nor fortunes, aid 1''' ,
PLAT bat their "tombstones" Instead. The sot air eswafk for breatlkuf; root 11III'enough to five food daylight,
: .. -.-- It's just,yoursas much as his, for tne'diilarei.Come -; ,
---- -- - boy bravely bade goodby to that absolutely M play room '
4 i .....>& If your town U short on boosters, friends though emphatically warnedtint te Florida where yatwi baVe sruskiae and pmre air, amid . .,{I'

You get in tbe boostin' biz.: ..... .. they beyeS would return ally. childrea ( f.
flWers calibrated where
{ c -u The prospectors set off and following tie singing I bird, and ardeas, your

If things don't seem to suit you the "blind trail" came to the plain will lose .the pallor, of tie city' and 'romping in the green grass will .,%. . &(

and made their camp. On examination aeaka aad strength aad'aappiaess.
IB
,: An the world seems kinder wrong,' I"W.p
t ,'. they found a ledge of ore cropping out .'"
What's the matter with a boostin' several feet, an marked and rich with
IN LIBERTY PARK
Just to help the thing along? the precious..n tsL' "We hare found/

.Mr.'Editor. : 'Cause if things should stop a goin. no oar other tombstoner name! would they do exclaimed to designate and Yon may realize' all you Lave longed fora hose with aD tie'charms :' '"" ,

j Please' announce to our We'd be in a sorry plight; the camp. of the. country yet near enough; that ia a short time you will eajoy + .;,

You just keep that horn a blovrin', The town has kept the name, which all .the comforts and! conveniences of tile city. Only one-quarter mile :
friends and the public generally if not poetical is certainly original. A
.( Qoost 'er up with all your migl} valuable tombstone too. it must be from the city limits of Kiswmmee, oa aa improved hard road, along I: ., 11Nu. \ :

that ourExtremely If see some feller tryin' confessed for tb. Bchleffelln brothers the survey of the aew.electric railroad. The beat of citrus fruit and I .,
you
sold tbelr half Interest in the mine truck land,' in five- and tea-acre tracts at $60.00 per acre, that will ,
For make projec' .
Low Priceson to some go, and mill late in the eighties for something .'
be worth double this value within a few.months. The country around Jaw
You can boost it up a trifle- like a million dollars.-New York ..

That's your cue-to let him know Press. Kissimmee U fast improving, and I those who get in on the ground floor '

will reap splendid rewards. There is no uncertainty about the increase
That your'e not a aroin'to knock it
t' PORK AS FOOD. ,'
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L EPENDABLEMERCHANDISE if invert in LIBERTY PARK.
Just because it ain't your "shout", you

But your'e goin' to boost a little Scandinavians. In Balleve It I. Eaten Evan J I I"
Haavan.
'Cause}re's got "the best thing out." Some other bargain,. which we ON offering
Scandinavians .
In the sacred book. of the .I

r 'keeping us so busy we have If you know some feller's failin's pork is represented as the .>..i-An attractive home In Pine- Florida write or call on us quick as this r'
li principal food even la heaven. It wa dale. This property 'la just outside of: property will not be on the market long
Ui no' time' to write. an ad this Just forget 'em, 'cause you know the chief food of the Irish to the city limits, on hlirh ground. House at the price named. This property we

... ( That .amefeller'. got some good points, twelfth century and also of the ADCloBaSODI If two-story and contains eight rooms,, are offering for a short time for $12,600..
week, but if it's good'-to eatyou'JI at an earlier period. all plastered and hard oil finish, two Will sell as a whole or divided into two.
Them's the one's you want to show; porches, fine well and large barn. parts if desired.
In France It was equally common
''t get it at "Cast loaves the This house Is located on a veacretraet'wlth rf
r II your out on waters, and Charlemagne kept In his forests beautiful view of the city No. 221=-This is one of the handsomest -

r 'a ... They'll come back," 's a say in' true; Immense droves of pigs. Late In the and lake. Land is adapted to citrus homes close to the lake house Is

Mebbe they will come back "buttered" sixteenth century there was a particular fruits and trucking. This property can new containing six rooms, 'plaetead---...
disease said to be caused by the be had for C3200 on very favorable throughout hard oil finish, electriolights
:l'M North Kissimmee When some feller boosts for you. quantity of pork eaten in Duopry.apd terms Will introduce customer to and bath, nice shrubbery in .,.
even at present the barbarous owner and let them deal direct. yard. Just the place for anyone de.siring
a quiet, cosy home where they
y When you come on to KissimmeeBe Lettes are passionately fond of ItIn No. :304! -Improved farm, located on can get the benefit of the breeze from .

L: a booster, for you see the middle of the sixteenth: century best road In Osceola county, H miles the lake almost every day In the year.
: Taylor'sQuck Knockers are not wanted here Phillip II. when In England generally frbm depot. 10 acres fenced and in Fine view of lake from front veranda.
dined on bacon of which he ate so high state of cultivation; best trucking: This property is offered by the owner-,
.I.t In this part of Floride; much as frequently to make himself land In this section Has good well for a short time; we will introduce customers -

j \ Delivery Phone-250 < Boost 'er up, this land of promise, very OL 3-room clttage house., All stable ready, wagon for abed purchaser andpoultry direct. to owner and let them deal

Tell the truth, and let it be By a singular contradiction the African to begin work without an v delay or
Mohammedans now "'bell... that No. 436-Seven-room house, 3 .rooms-*
of clearing land and waiting;
r Always bright and full of promise, a great enmity exists between bop expense to improve before being able to pro. plastered, 4 celled 2 porches, poultry

,.., Kiss em, Kiss em, KusimmeelProsperity and Christians Mango Park). Many duce any crops. This land is adaptedto house, wood shee, flne well 171 feet-
t medical authors have supposed that growing, all kinds of citrus fruits; deep, two lots 69) feet front each, 135 ,
teet deep fine garden plot east front.
is unwholesome In grove can be started to good 'advan]
pork particularly
.t. while land Is being farmed. Price This is a splendid bargain at $1250.
tare
lot countries, but this requires confirmation .
"'""T' $1650. Terms on if desired.No. Terms on half if desired. See us early ..
part .
and It is certain that It Is recommended if you desire property of this descrip .

.. by Arabian physicians and 435-House' of six rooms, with .
: *** ******* Is. more generally eaten both In Asia water and sewer connections locatedIn tion.No.
StILBUROCKi House 437-We are offering some verv
of is
blocks postoffice.
believed. two
i and Africa than Is usually
--i plastered, wood work hard oil finish; desirable resident lotp, located three-
Due Wasteful The North American Indians are nice
lot 64x1471 with 19 full bearing orange blocks from Court House on high
'REAL. ESTATE said to have "0 disgust for pork.'" Do. trees in the yard. You can stand on elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all
L Natural beD believes there Is more pork eaten and the fruit. Call these lots. Cash, or short time. Let
h the
,, --.-....- Development of porches pluck
in China than all the rest of the world on us and "allow< us ,the privilege of us show you these lots.
.' put together.-: Buckle's "History of this desirable home. r
showing
4 you
f"'I.NSURANCE. Resources 'Small inside
/ CS 1IzaUoo.** > No.' 803- farm of city
: 6-room house, limits. Tnis property consists of a ftve-'< 4
No. 809. Splendid new
: examination of{ Titles a a lust inside city limits, ''fine 'deep well acre tract within a quarter. of a mile of
The Word! ,"Picnic two\\ of ground, good Osceola H i ool. Small house, fine .'..
contains
acres
By JAMES M'CREA. President of the Pennsylvania Railroad lot Bowing .
; . ; land all in -
r :: Specialty.Corresoondence Few people know the.original meanIng : new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, all four-inch well culti-
e t 4 ** e* *e*** *f******* ** +*** * 1 of the word "picnic." It Is to be under good new" fence. Fine locationfor vation. City is building very fast in n'
\\ Times of ranch. this direction; lots will soon command a
found set out In the London: small truck garden or poultry
Solicited. MUST .BE TREATED TWO WAYS. FIRST if should desire at
where will good price owner any
hundred "A picnic this is a fine proposition you '
: sup-
7 a years ago
CONSERVATION ON A RICH, POPULOUS AND FULLY DE consists of a variety of dishes Will have the freedom of the country, time to sub-divide and sell it for residence
per Price
,\ '\ TE. AND SECOND, AN UNDEVELOPED, The[ subscribers to this entertainment yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages purposes. 1300. 1
of the city such as splendid "
THINLY SETTLED AND POOR STATE OR TERRITORY lave a bill of fare presented to them school best markets, churches, No. 201-Three choice resident lots
high
marled) in southern
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each dish. The
1. Regarding the first, I think: it is fair to assume that where a stateIs with lot which a number he draws against obliges him to furnish etc. Price $1500. portion of city, elegant view of lake

large and prosperous it is due almost entirely to the development of the dish marked against It which No. 434-Fine tract of city 40 acres limits, just on cool where breezes you can that net blow the almost benefit continually. of the

its natural resource, in many cases made in a :wasteful and extravagant he either takes with him In his car. short Shingle distance Creek road.beyond Close to splendid : Good healthy locality fertile '
riage or sends by a servant. The churches and market. Pricet&J.OO soil and good street-all that makes
school
. manner. Then comes the time for a moat careful conservation proper variety Is preserved by the talents $high per acre., Terms on part if de life worth living is found in this section

f., Money-making .trains.,. of what remains.. .* -. of the maitre d'hotrt; who forms sired. of the city. VVlil sell these lots
if desire will sell tbe
singly or
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'for market the bin of fare. As the cookery
growers at .COLONIZATION LAND three which'wlll make one large lot
p kssV<.*.*",.... brfr1 TStsxl -.. urnlfthed by so many people of fasb- of 8,760 147U140 feet. Price $.'>OO. ',
M'A Wmrs e ..-; 040q In the case of the undeveloped thinly settled and poor territory ton. each strives to excel and thus a No. 400-This Is" Well a tract located for
...... s-J. P. IOq 0&. picnic> sapper not only, gives rise to acre. timber land. No. 432-New bungalow consistingof
X6.31AA Ib. ..7S.t' TO,are apt to find that the development of the natural resources localo much pleasant mirth bat generally can sub-division and colonization three lakes.pur four large and two shed rooms on

:;: CleM T-e.. it has been handicapped through the character of the climate, the be.etof the refinement of the art." poses.Railroad I It within borders three on miles of tract. lot 147X147 feet welj' 197\ feet deep 20,,,
1M.... young fruit trees and young shade i-
f, f. BpeW.....of.Bn4C.c6er. lack of water and discomforts' of and danger to life. Under these conditions N.turo. Will cut 2500 to.3000 feet of lumber to trees set in front of lot. This prop1erty'ls "
...... w........... -. ; Th. Infimenalty ef the acre. This will bring splendid returns near to the lake and is a delightful
SM y.. bl ol ...d wwta M<1 HI rigid conservation cannot be practiced. They were on a trip In Switzerland to owner If sold In small tracts. place to live; land is high .
+' I JMSS. ywi 19.,wcul wbolcttU....... lac and bad that day braved all dangers Our price $6.60 per acre. and just the place for a nice quiet,
1 SMiMI t.w m. Al say ..... writs j and ascended one of the highest points tract located on home where YOU secure the breeze from
,,. 4) 1 lm1.T Ia' .J tsaiissis ITIsilulil I ihl.| f in the Alp-"He was very fat. and as marl No.road 381-A two, 20-acre miles from depot on the almost continuously.If desired.k Price$1300t'terms
r , -"" be stood panting and mopping his browat road. Property has good on part
St. Cloud
; .J W'"..P.Slob..,......-" Truth Is the Foundation of the top of the mountain he turned house and three-acre orange: grove In No. 415-Very desirable vacant loty
r Oept.8'1 I"IoIWeIpLIa to his wife and said with pathos la his bearing. This grove will yield from containing three acres just outside

r ..c., Business voice: \ 10CO) to 1200 boxes of oranges each city limits in West KI8s min *, good
MM' Prosperity "See dear, bow small one Is in tbe yearSufficient land cleared and In place to start poultry farm or truck',:
-- face of tbe immensity'of nature." cultivation to increase grove to twelveor garden. Close to churches and school.'
By: ELBERT HUBBARD Editor answered his better fifteen acres,-and at same time can A bargain at '175. Let us show YOU i
Small Indeed! be yielding any garden-truck desired.If this lot.
We.1. m. DOZOBf half. "Why. you're standing In In search of property that will bring k
is like love front of me. hiding the whole of Mont results this fall, and at all times while No.402-Fine 20-acre orange grove touted rr
-a personal experience. It is SUB- Blanc and the best part of,the valley extending new grove Investigate this. inside city limits, close to school1 f'

,.... RELIGION BUSINESS is HUMAN, SERVICE. of Chamonlxr-Exchange.fthe This property Is convenient to town and churches! This property consists
'," has marled road on one aide one end. of forty acres of land, twenty acres of.
./ short for anything but TRUTH. The secret" of Price 14,000. which is in bearing orange and '- "{j
Knew It. fruit trees, ten acres additional cared t
} 1 Y" Estate the GREAT SUCCESSFUL business MEN of today is "I have decided to quit this company ORANGE GROVENo. and in cultivation;, good; five-room cottage / F

f > ;: 'Re-al that they employ as their aid the great helpmate, TitUTll. .The men tonight." said the prima donna as she 383-Tw.hty-five..cre orange ; two deep wells. This is an excellent --. '
'' flounced Into the manager's office. grove, all under good fence. Railroad location, wr.ere you will hav"! ;
making the most today are the men that are mixing truth -with the freedom of life '
j yt -' 4'. money "But my dear'Miss Blvington be runs through grove;, station adjoining country with city'advantages.
,vafne.al protested ",... have nobody to take property; good school and church within Possession can be secured
1 "\r quarter mile pf property. All crops on short notice. See this proposition' 1'
st It m your place"'That's be m Florida do well on before purchasing. Price, $9,600 termson -
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KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA: why I ,have decided to quit that can growo ,
i1 k, ;v,:' .;'w .. TRUTH 'IS THB NEW sTTHIC IN BUSINESS AND IT IS TAUGHTY tonight"-Chicago Becord-Berald. this place. If you desire a home in part ; ti

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j.V'W.;: THOMPSON Irish Boatman (surveying the solitary \ ,

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'; <"' iLICEDJBEDEIdALMERY WRITS FOR ILLUSTRATED. CATALOGUE Example'',i '
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: f. L .I- I I A-purely'::ornamental gift is!"never:.as' -sntislnctbry' as one:that,combines

beauty' comfort.>> and,convenience., For example,, the,, hall, library, dining, :; ;

? t room or:'bed"room may'need a rug NOW. In 'our"-rug department you',can '

I , / find Just,what is needed, be it' an Oriental or a domestic jGiye; tor Christ' , ) '

mass It will be ornamental, but It will also be comfortable and useful.

Then'some room.may'need a comfortable chair or table; some piece of fur: I

nlta: re. Give it for ''Christmas, 'it will, be an ideal gift,. ornamental buts ''

'" \ ', :.. "useful, and for years will be a pleasant reminder of' the donor:and the:

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" The artistic exclusive small pieces of furniture are here in abundance, ;

:: x( varie y' of articles, wide range'of prices. Let us enumerate,a few:\attractive.

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" ROCKING. CHAIRS TABOURETTES DAVENPORTS


CADALLAC DESK TABLES BIG LEATHER CHAIRS

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( PARLOR SUITS SERVING TABLES : CHINA CLOSETS .


H LADIES' DRESSING TABLES DINING ROOM SUITS. .

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Bear in mind that our stock is ABSOLUTELY NEW. No shop-worn goods. No carryovers : ?

S UL from last season. No installment sold furniture,taken back in stock for"nod-payment' \

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S' STOVES RANGES HEATERS .
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' PERSONS Main and Church itreet, 1* furnished 'A Professional Paradox Laborers rW nted.I I
.,. NAMES, ,OM : room) ,C.'W. Griffin,.Main and Church 'The study'of science Is not necessarily I ' '
,;'** streetsri; furnished room; Mra. M..F. all'gray. It may bsv.,Its'rosy Twenty men wanted to work as labor I
..,' Who- Can Accommodate Visitors Sears, Main street. 1 suite 'of rooms; patches. It is said that a learned era on street paving work. Apply to ,ti Presents for Everyone
f'I) ).. . With Rooms or Meals.: C. L. Bandy, Main street, 2 furnished professor of Heidelberg forbade his j Supt.; \V.. G. Langford.'Wages' $1.60 a .. ; 4 i iIf
ALABAMA PAVING Co. 5o-2t" .
' rooms; Mrs.' J. E. .Williams. Main students the repetition of a certain eipertinent. : day. ,
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':: :The following; It a list of persons with street, 1 furnished room";"'Mrs. F. E. i --'-- - you don*! bow what. to ir.e'him come b 'and I look at s
their residence, who have rooms trent McCall, Broadway, 2 furnished rooms; "Bnt," tHey protested "It has always the Scarf Pinjmd Coil Butto Set ia neat lined boxes, tie is
well those who can alaqfuroiih Mrs. Hilton Broadway and Brack been successful." \ Ties
a. a. ; Mufflers Umbrellas! ud Silk aH Fancy HOI eI'J. ..
mealsG. street rooms and board; Mrs Irene "Nevertheless. be said "Its posItion For
r : Women there are Handbags Jewelry" &retlel; Back
E. Fisher, corner Mabbette street Saunders, Park street,rooms and board; among experiments Is absolutely and Side Comb., Silk and Fuiq hosiery, etc. .
furnished I
Mrs. Guice Park street, 8
' and avenue, 2 unfurnishedrooms untenable from an Intellectual pointof ,
;, Bermuda; rooms for light'housekeeping; Mrs. D. view." II DON'T FORGET THE!PLACE : ,
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*:; ; M. Cosner, Mabbette street :? I ., # c'
furnished Mrs. J. E. Bass, Mab- P. Graham Park street furnished The toys stared.
rooms
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'v" ' E. H. rooms for light( housekeeping g; Mrs. The' thing may answer very well In
furnished
belt street, 1 room; CASH
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*:,.. Mabbette street 2 furnished Mann Bass, Main street, 3 rooms; Mrs. practice" said the protceaor."but It Is STORE / b
? Tennen Main 1 furnishedroom not soand In theory."-Tenth's Com THE BEST FOR YOUR '
Henry Bass street
John F. H. LAWSON. Propri.tor .
.-' rooms for light housekeeping; Next door to Postmen).> ,
1 fur- panion.
; J. J. Griffin Main street

1''f : 'avenue.Wark;;Mabbette 2 rooms for street light housekeeping and Bermuda; fished room; D. N. Floyd Main and The ftm Muslo. HOME OR STORESIMPLE Hit ,
street, 1 furnished .Lake streets 1 furnished room; Mrs. TIle fattier of song music and dancing .
Mabbette
j'f'': R. F. Graf<>n,
i E. A. Russell Main and Oak streets 1 ell three was the savage who .
Mabbette
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I. "I, room; Mrs. Buzza. : George N. Saunders:: :
furnished room for fight housekeeping; shouted In I
",ai.: ,street. 1 furnished room; Mrs. Souders i first clapped bands and ECONOMICALEASY a.Jii
Aderhold street, 2 furnished '
2 furnished rooms; A. Dietze time at some rude;festival of his tribe.
Mabbett* street
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i,:,:'. roomsMrs.. Darling, Brack street BOAT BUILDER
clapping has
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'Mrs. S. Jr Taylor Mabbette street 2 ; From that shouting TO INSTALL '
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1'h' furnished rooms; H. N. Bratton, Bass Whole of instrumental
evolved the art
famished Mrs. Prouty, Veronap:1treet been ''
rooms
!: : ; furnished Meat fer"F rro"aB4 Et.16'Eafi.tr
and Brack streets 2 rooms
A. W. tntBrfc. including even- the en-
Winn
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'" room; E. I for light housekeeping;Mrs; E. O. Tat- trancin 'complexities of the modern The result of 14 years actual ;---mi mm i.(*.iiM nn htle.l.kx. -' tre..o..em.r"sn.ro.e
: Orlando street 2 furnished rooms; *
,' '..1.w'.... ,'Pinney, Summer, street, 2 unfurnished i man Aderhold and Oak .streets.. 1 fur- symphony. From that shout or rudimentary experience in Lighting Cost m KISSIHMEE FLORIDA';;
'nished Mrs. W. A. Prescott, 1 has of operating nd greater than eft
room; emotional utterance proceeded
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'I r' Buckets, Mabbette .
rooms '
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., by a kindred evolution the kerosene. Rivals Sunlight.
Verona
R. T. Butler
'furnished
'(";' .Jstte.t' 1 furnished room; room; T.'W, Ellis, . .whole: art of vocal 1 music down to the Increase real estate values.... we.
Old Truth Reaffirmed. modern' opera or oratorio. From the Let us tell you more about the
,". ,Verona street, 1 furnishedToom; E. S.
A Massachusetts widow wroteKanssrs aI savage leap has come every variety STANDARD ACETYLENEAND
-J.,,:' Beelarid Verona street,1 furnished and heart. of from the country breakdown :
editor to find her a big- dancing GASOLINE LIGHT Some
: }:_.w 1'unfurnished room; Mrs. Perdew, Ver- blKrbbdied, whole-tooled westerner to the beautiful waltzes of the ING SYSTEMS..Send particulars Suggestions forX-\MQS ,
; hZ.'. ont-street 2 unfurnished rooms; Ross l.4.I a husband. He printed the letter, city 1I&Uroom.York'American. of your requirementsand y
) < -, Graves, Emmet street and Clyde avenue replies are pouring In by the "
will gladly) furnish
for housekeeping Boon there will be printed an we
light bushel
furnished
8 rooms
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, ; Mrs. C. V. Bearden, Emmet account of a weddlng'condudlng with Christmas Goodies. an estimate. A pair Burt& Packard Shoes for Men,.$4, and $5' ,
r ":: ''tract board and rooms; J. R. CJraves, the frank admission that It. pays to 1 have Ordered a large stock of candies .
:-+".- Emmet Street, 1 furnished room; J. J. advertise.-: Charlotte (N.C.) Observer.He nuts and fruits for the holiday; << A pair Boy Scout Shoes for Boys.$2 and.,2s50, ..' ''i
.'.'. Woodall, 2 unfurnished rooms; Mrs\ W. trade and will be able to please the ,
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E.I) Smith, Brack street 3 furnished Should Remember It. most discriminating In that line.Be III IEAIrr DAr 91 R TJAO A pair Shoes 1 for Ladles 4,00 } P
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4' rooms;Mrs. Barnes, Emmet street and I Scientists should'remember that a sure and see my stock before purchasing. : KOONVI. .o'.OA* s5.0rto ;
: grasshopper can jump 100 times Its V M.. CALJUIABAS, "'
tHllingham avenue 2 furnished rooms;
'r Dr;)E.: Derbyshire, Clyde avenue,' 2: own length. by This.the fact collegian should J>e who remembered 60-3t < Lancaster Building.; A pair Dancing Pumps for ladies $3 to 4.00

',',' .avenue furnished, 1 rooms furnished; F. room S. Gilbert.; 3, M. Rose Lee, thinks world he because is going he to baa be needed broken In.the the ...."........ A pair Red Goose ,School Shoes 130,; : to ,3,00. s

r' "I''! .Clyde_avenue, 2 furnished rooms; J. J. 'Jumping record.-Chicago RecordHerald. Term: -, ,
,"' fI..Danll.4 Clyde!avenue and Hughe street i -----------I Hosiery for Ladles and, Men .-: 15c to 1 1,00(

;A' .8 furnished rooms for-light housekeepv I \ ,
t'"". Ing;' Mrs. Clay Johnson Vernon and Do It Now.I ''>t.,
I i:;,;., Johnson streets, 2 furnished rooms; T.' expect to pass through this world I. FREE SCHOLARSHIPS I .IF YOU DON'TKNOW''WHAT; TO, BUY
U. ... .1 -Vn;Dozer,,Beaumont.: avenue and PatfJ' but oncer -Any'-good thing therefore GET THEMAWH1DDENGIFT COUPON' I
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t4' that I-can door any kindness that ,
'". 'rick'street. ,1Yurniehedroom J Mrs. F. can show to any fellow creature let I TO anyone..organUing a club] of four(exclusive] jjf!the .' : - . .-.- I
%:&-;Wj":; Stalker, furnished, room;. Dr. W. me 'dolt now; 'Let m'e not .defer orIt organizer) we,will give a free scholarship or " !, ...
S kfo3U"tWir.n.\: ;;; .sujtes'of rooms for'lIJ1ht .h.n JlotJIalWbl -- :w e-ai ure.y'ou -. od"teienice. .- - "' '
f cIvct ,?fl\p t --- -any-duP'C5i-Jin-scholarshipa-wg-wlll: glvq each a ... ... ,
% !houBeteeptfigf j : Dr.;; iT.T.lllcks: .Chur c ll apn.-Jdward!: Courtney II
K(: way ;Ten Dollar cash discount This offer IS' not good :
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i street 1}; 'furnished_: rooms ,for light ? \ I. after' 't, '
S January J9J2, JVI.
!; > :Mrs E.,E. KuJp, Church L W"IIPlN$ ; C '
**fc.;: '.street 2 furnished rooms{', J.:W..,Lilly; Writing on Finance. '
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mom; Geo. Mount 'Bnsiness Collega ; J " '
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:"-Gilbert,. { 'Church. street{ 2 fumiahed review,of Xener'al'financial' condition :, ; t
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F 'J>i>ipooms for light housekeeping: ;{'Rev.'W. and trying,-to m ke,it,sound:,as U pa]I >-'TAM; I \ : .FLORIQA..I : : '
'TM VafHl't. nKT Male and Chnreb':+street; ..t bad aba/blnte/ 'roaster>;!If'Pi"u1J?)<9ct-- ; : Gazette' Ads! : '
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<"(i',:I'ri., '... 'I1YAti'S$: MEMORY: CHURCH, DIRECTORY ,1' 1 SPECIAL' : ,HOLIDAY; RAXES' ; ',

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Novelties Perpetuated .on a'Bronze Tablet to be BAPTIST. 'I D
Christmas; Presented to Battleship florid, Bunyan Stephens,lputor/ ..

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*lfcN 'Several 'monthl,/ago'' Martha Reid 1..'
. ... United of Confederacy :Bible School 9.45 a. m.
( Chapter Daughters ' mand.7.15Ip.m.: :Corner Main and Monroe Jacksonvllla.. Branch of the GREATEST
'I decided to present to the battle- Preaching 11 a. : -Hi

,.. If. '" hip Florida a handsome bronze table I Iin' 'B.-Y. B. U.: 6:45 p.' m.. system of Business .Colleges. k the rI4-2 ft'ywif iaciess, 1- Ooop,' "'

'- rtf' ($'NONE:'TOO EAREY* >egtn the Chriitmss"'shopplnjrrand, first- loving tribute, to Florida's"gifted Communlon Sunday graduates.. More, than 100 high-grade instructors: Contracts' given, ito \
'S :. I come. win find the ,choicest assortment of gifts. We have Just young son, the late I Senator William Mondayafter 8rd Sunday); '
';, '*' opened the largest HM of ,Christmas Novelties to be found in the James Bryan/ Woman's Mbs.Uniod-Devo 3 p. m', secure graduates POTIONS; or REFUND MON Y' Indorsed:

"-city: ,. tadudinC,Wood"and Uattar- goods In,great- variety, .... .t.Il, ,""ThII"aist' lnegrarbattleshlp"f. 'I* "Wednesday-(after lit Sunday --> -, .by.more,Florida and' Georgia Bankers: ;otherbusiness men'thaw

Worn. Miss.. Union-Social,'8 toSpmThursday ALL.OTHERJFlorida; and,Georgia business colleges combined. W.411:
',CORNWALL'WOOD, ... most fitting:, for to Senator Bryan's effort .
also teach BY'MAIL.
Catalogue FREE. '
was due the fact that Florida wai "
'.' Highly polished and hand-painted, napkin rings, puffboxes, and complimented by having her name bestowed 'Prayer meeting TKK) p..m. A*. H.1' JAMES. Manager. Jacksonville Fla.
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hand mirrors, on this latest and greatest.. ,of Visitors always) welcome. r H tiJt j
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1, ; Fen Dishes Nut Bowls, Fruit Bowls, Book Racks, Mirrors, Nap- being a >Crulsder's shield. aW'QlOuntecJ) '
kin Rings. Steins.. Sewing Companions.. Stamp Boxes, Match b"y a medalton bearing a profile of Senator S. S. Snydeo; pastor. S. S WZZA & :

I, Y HoldersJHair' Receivers, eta. Bryan. The medalion is wreathed Nelson Sunday, School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. ,

; around with laurel 'and oak' typical of superintendent.Church SON'I I
W LEATHER GOODS Service( 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. -t Cement and
fame -.tateman.hlp.-J'be shield Christian Endeavor"6.18 p: m. >< :
'' Pockets in wide variety, Card and Bill Cases. Match and Comb bears the following_beautiful l inscription -
f Cases, Watch, Fobs, Painted Mate Shaving Pads, Snap Shot Albums ; from Ihf pen'of Miss Minnie San- Prayer and Bible study iThursdav':?.00 Work of' ,all Kinds 'J i
I I.. ? f In different styles; Gilt-Edged Playing Cards leather case lerson,. a' valued member of Martha m.Visitors i,:
_I i ix "' v Bridge Score Pads. eLudFCcyatm ;'.;' tnks, etc., Alligator Novelties Reid Chapter: ,. most cordially invited to all SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY .
,' including the Tie Racks, etc.. Cervices. i? "
William
James
'S ;. Bryan Residence Phone.(8 Mabbette Street f

T United States 18761908.Senator from Florida. METHODIST. Office Phone 132 near Dillinghaaa Ave t i '
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: ...s; ij.. L. Pearce His last wish was that this gallant shipreceive Wm. H. Funk Ph. 'D., pastor. N,, r'r.

the name of his Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.-J. L. rrti .f..

: native state. Overatreet, superintendent ., .
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\ May. she verify the youthful states Preaching services 11 a. m., and.7:80 ," 't ;

b ..r, man's words, "to represent upon I l'' p. m. EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES t

>t the high seas the Invincible ... Junior League'2 p. m.

.'4 h y spirit of her sovereign Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m. SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'i i:: 1} .!
people." Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. r<
--- BY SAVING MONEY 1"
i 'Twas morning and the sun was in the Holy communion ever let Sunday. !' ''i
the Sky, You are cordially invited to each of Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in :

Nor had the dial pointed to the noon, these services. ',:.- ", 'a

When Florida's great son, her "Chris- f CITIZENS BANK OF KISSMMEEWe

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., tian Knight"Laid
CHRISTIAN. ,
11'ArY down his armor ell. too sadly e .
soon. A. M. Chisholm, pastor. have more Savings Accounts than arty other Bank in "

tn .0 The search-light of cold scrutiny may Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: >'' p. m. Osceola County. : .-

turn Bible School 9.45a. m.-C_ E. Yowell A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured r' ,
w 4 superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant one, do so at once. '
Her rays upon his life, nor find a .
superintendent -____ ___ 'f
stain.
Christian Endeavor every Sunday Awrao E. Do EO.M. Pmldant W. H. NO.TON. Cashier
lt shines out spotless, fair-a heritage I II
evening at 6:00: p. m.
Richer than gold, greater than worldly I
red l iI, gain; Prayer meeting and choir practice ev-

Y ery Thursday at 7.15 p. m. ._ __ __ _
And though he ] in Dixie's
''r sleeps sun- ----- - J
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bright breast ---v 4
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He lives forever on her Scroll of EPISCOPAL.Kev. 1 Y

In the New Home Fame, David D. Kidd, rector.
mmortalized-beloved] Her Daughtersraise Services every second and fourth Sun-
GRAPEFRUITORANGE ;
day at 11KX: a. m. : ,
You want the best when starting in the new home. Above ;
This tribute to his dear and honored Communion 2nd Sunday morning
all that home to be and warm and comfortable.
you want snug name.Presented services.
You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection by Martha Reid Chapter, Guild meeting every first Tuesday. .$ OR GROVES 1 :

No. 19, ---- -----.-- --- r 1
Smokeless Oil Heater. t

The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. United Daughters Jacksonville of the Florida Confederacy, Needful Knowledge Tp YOU are going-- to plant a Grapefruit Grove : r i""

It b a sort of,portable fireplace. 1911. or an Orange Grove, buy your Trees from \
The tablet stands five feat high andIs the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries. ,[ "'
and strike match and
: leis ready: ,night day.O Just a light
\ the artistic work of Adrian Pillaws, Unisuice People Should Lean to QUALITY COUNTS-Everything you get from :
the. wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minyte.t of Jacksonville. The work of casting Detect the Approach of us is first-class. Our favorable soil and Jocation .' ... f :

The Perfection O3 Heats doe not smeO nor smoke-a patent the clay into enduring bronze was done make it possible for us to produce stock that has ; '

4 automatic device prevents that It can be carried easily from room to by Tiffany.The Kidney Disease.The no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early ... i

loom and is equally suitable for any room in the house. ./HandsomelyjJntiWi memorial will be presented to symptoms of kidney trouble are Orange Is far superior to the Parson Brown. I ': 1

s .. with nickel trimmings drums of either turquoise-blue' enamel' the Florida at the time of heir visit to3ensacola so unmistakable that hey leave no CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the' best ,'r

';' .or.plain steel December 18. Hon. Amos ground for doubt. Sick kidneys excretea budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the ',I1ar
:r .....r .... '":....... eat stock of two-year Grapefruit buds in Florida .:,4
'S-l0iI; : ._.J:_ Lewis, of Mariannar'la.. a close personal thick cloudy offensive urine full of Write for Catalogue full of good ide'as and practical
'IC"'RFECTIO c raaI.t.--..u,._rI. friend of late Senator Bryan sediment, irregular of passage or attended suggestions. See our Agent, '

SMOKItL&.i ,, Standard.' Oil Company will make the presentation address, and by sensation of .c 1dmJt. The J.. E. MATTOCKS. KISSIMMEE. ,. FLORIDA ',':r!.
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_ .. the tablet will. be unveiled by little back aches constantly; headache and sTANNE J 'f

William Allan,Bryan, the late senator's dizzy spells mayoccur, and the victim 'toof . '.f., ',

young eon.Martha tee.weighed down, by a feeling of.lan- OcklavCraha Nurseries .' < i iPi
Reid Chapter will be represented guour and fatigue.. Neglect these warnings ; f? L O R I D:A I'

IXSfK. by a trio of beautiful you'nggirla and there is danger of dropsy, ,

whose mothers are members of the Bright's disease or gravel.. Any one of . \ ,
Osceola Lumber chapter, Miss Catherine Hawkins being these symptoms is warning enough to ;

sponsor, and Misses Kate DeCqttes and begin> treating the kidneys at once.
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;J \ Mildred Hendricks her maidsofhonorThe Delay often proves fataL 1\ a '. ,
many loyal friendsof: Senator W. You can use no better remedy than fi t .

: ;-Company J. Bryan in the city and throughout the Doans Kidney Pills. Here's Kissimmee TIlfn

--H. : ; tate /were eager to embrace this opportunity proof: : I

of honoring the memory of him C. W. Campbell, Bryan and Diill g- I

i .-'---------DEALERS IN- whose noble life was all too short for ham Sts., 'Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I
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he accomylishment of the good he have used Doan's Kidney Pills and know

} r Rough and Dressed Lumber ought to do for his country and his from personal experience that they area 1 t ::

," state. and to these Martha Reid Chapter remeby of merit. I got this prepara- i.
returns hearty thanks for their aid and ration from the Kissimmee Drug Co. 8ff '

'4 -. WINDOWS, DOORS encouragement.In and its use relieved.me of a lame and .!/ h ''. ,
., connection with the presentation aching back and other symptoms of kid- . ._I.$ H TI '. tfJV '
ffi
,' .. J' .\ ;SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIMENVETY >f the tablet, Mrs. 1'rankBrown, chair- ney complaint, I cheerfully recommend -' Ntii

,,\ man of the finance committee: wishesto Doan's 1idney'Pills; for I consider 1 g tE

extend thanks following nonmembers them worthy of praise." f.u
VVORKS
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;'I' of the Martha Reid Chapter for For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta. II S r.f.
their generous offerings and the beautiful Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo] N, Y.sole 5 .
5, ; GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL spirit, and whose names appear agents for the United States. .
F.
,
,". among those contributing to the pur- Remember no other.the' nameDoan'altake .t

st .i* Free Delivery to All Parts of City j f. .f. chase of the tablet. Times-Union. I.

Big Bargain In a Home. y{ '
; tA'k Prospect Park Lots. "Pittsburgh Perfect"1 'ds
Splendid new six room house, just inside ;
: 'S. S . S "We have two of the most desirableand city two limits, fine of deep well lot contains Wire Fencing is beat all through. +,' "'I
best located lots in Prospect Park, acres ground good new
bare; wagon and buggy sheds, and all .
The wire is drawn from a special quality of
size 60x185 feet each which we are offering under good, new fence. Fine location open '
d for a short time at a price much for' small truck garden or poultry aanch. THE BEST hearth material-tough, pliable strong, long lived
lower than other lots in this subdivision, This is a fine proposition, where you WIRE like old-time iron wire. It is the finest. fencing
will have the freedom of the country wire possible to manufacture. ,
not so desirable, sold
are being for
.{[Fall Fertilizing yet close enough to enjoy all theadvan- Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect'
Call on us for our price on these lots if ages of the city, such as splendid high Galvanizing the wire is positively ,-
process moisture-proof
I you want a great bargain. ichool, best markets, churches, etc. Perfect i .
I.'l.. ., ', Price H. M. BREAKER The fact that ; 1
: I. 1\; 47-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. $1,500. & Co. .,'
Citrus Growers 48-tf AU Stay Wires and lane Wire are Electrically Welded .p
1
\ A Nice Gift Package. '
f / The Kissimmee Library.The not onJ-tea1Lo..w..oo" -weu> r :.. I

1 ., i ',r; The reasons for Fall Fertilizing are 'ably presented in our 'My "Expr,.. Box" of mixed citrus moisture-gathering wraps, clamps ,
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\" 1 .. N'-... pew.. free book entitled fruits packed especially for the holiday Kissin.mee Library offers to its /and ties, but practically transforms : ,' d r.
: ,. trade and for those wishing to remem- lubacribers a list of over four hundred +[the fence into ons'piece of perfor- .
.l p r Citrus Growers Look Ahead books by the best authors, all of '
J t ber frjends at a distance containing oranges any or anted steel ,
;. _. \ .. grapefruit, tangerines and kum- which"you have the privilege of reading \ .... ......
,;< -.S ''ik' Send for.a' copy.: Now is the time to lay the foundation for quau t Is the best gift package yet of? for only $2, which secures a single NeWatto'Wire There is no waste,wire okeAuseless'weight! I r

If* ,\1 :;S. next year, crop.'Meal. fered. Price $1.00 per box,. o. b.. membership, or $5 for a family.mem- instead heavier wire ran used and a// the wejeT "\ '
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- Kissimmee. Mail orders IOlici d.. U. bership. Capt. Trench.,the. librarian, NoW.V) N is Stay' wires being 6f the : V *
r : < Fertilizers R. Overstreet.Kissimmee.Fla. 44-tf ,will issue you a membership card for ; the sate. sue j :::' *, 1.f
__ i the: above amount. Library in State ,

E 'H... :Boarding House for. Sate. Bank building g-tf Pittsburgh Perfect".Fence u the Str9n-eat m: de Whirl '

: t...i, iHlg'nt Senrccs Right Proportions Boarding house 'of nine rooms Includ- .. .73*:'Style*! Bind"IZ-,>adapted toevery purpos .,FICLDJ'j'; ,,
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f ; .. Right Prices 'Right. Results -. ing bath-room. Hot and coldwater, Bids Asked., ,, FARM.,RANCH LAWN. POULTRY'' v-r; l ,'

\ rpm f f' i-,'' Call on our local. representative, House"bath, toilet'fumi.bedeompiete.anct'1illed and sink; ,electric lights. Sealed,bide for erecting.Methodist S j' r: : :".JCVKRY.ROD> .. dhANTCtDp6RT.: J : S. <. '
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z '.. e .Waters & Carson Grocery (::0. church in Kissimmee{ Fla, will be re- -
t j with boarders; at this time Large lot : ;

., It. i!,;-. """s ..r'- '" > .or. addreuIlliIoll reasonable 130x150-() "Can term, b**. : 'For purchased;particulars on very call ceived reserved till to December reject any or,all 1911.bids':Right Plans ..Makinson. : n Co, 1 1a

: TOOner', J. eagle, on' or .write-us.. ; .H,'M, BREAKER & and specifications on file with John M. ;,
ertlljzer Co ; : ':
; ; f Lee chairman \
:. : "Co 4' .,.,,ii" .:: : 47-tf building committee. 4S-8t, d ; Kisaitrtmee'F7orida. ,""I:

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,t.,, . ,PROCI AI' A rJQN: :91'r!! :>Publication"j, '
Cir
. la the nllyCorititli..ntbindLtal ,, A. CARBON., :
'tt A'CWNrORA'
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"Ireult to and for Osceola Cott"- state 01 4 J. :.. Y,

; ; Of. .-Special Municipal!,ll'Jtlction. HO Florida, Branford' fa Chanoer1.......pl.loaJ1i... Jr: J1:: ,lI.nill Pre.ld.at.. : : ,: Vlee-PreeUeat.\ aeeatarrp'' .
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+ asd.tatatallperson.' ; "t., % .
I Santa : \ claiming as
The ClaUsSoitt Interest
vlrtw under tb.uldl. *. Merrill or ... '
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, : trader.end fcllowlnt tb. authority e**tad '... ...*.'all other persons other thaathe
: lain*by the .. of UieCnun. above known and bamed .
. CU ot the: CUT 0< nWmne., lo-wit< interest 1u thl partiee olalmlac KlSSIiHfliEE '.LUMBER ; *:
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',.'- ,. A BKSOLUTtOir. dehadamra Ji"Of""T: tn.thll bUI. daonh.q; ., ; . Y.

f eat We are headquarterft'for. dolls 'of all kinds, !including the. ; tbe Altoaolutioa Klaalmmee provtdlea. ? for the taiaaao by To It all appearing whom ik from may th.ooBeerar.worn'bill of cow plaint ,"V ,ir 'w

\ '1 > popular character dolls-doll carriages,. .furniture,. dishes etc. ft**City. a1 for la ot. purpoa vroraimnorf*of contract notee I|* Sled la this ease tha there are parsons inter- "" - - .- ,
sated
';'.{ :Our large line of.toys Includes drum*?pianos, games mechanical ID poa I*a of loaa for t'tb.trading ww of eaM and Cltv.curbing for the oerialaatreeu PUP* .1' than in the lbs property known d..o.Involved In.this and. ault.that 0'lbs. Rough and Dressed ... *f*

& toys.'carts,' and everythne''Usually! found in a-well' la obi aald City sad for Ib.* ioaof knows nassof. such persons 80 JateMete4 are. d... . ,
of tb.queHtlon of .wit: laanano. to election to lb. oorpplalnaol. and that.,.11.. I.
stocked toy store. If you''wan andles) and fireworks-they're.: s.here. of the qualified elector of the aald CII aa,... . prayed Ia land ill-.f'complaint against'such ? *** >,

r 1;. booke.atatlonerypkt frames Wbereaa. It Ie tb. Intention of the r..u..L unknown defendants. ., ;
.- You -will also find under the praviaiona of Chapter Sadl. Laws o' ? It la therefore ordered that all prrennselalni' P1NELiJMBEfl v ,

! ,, t ;neckwear" aprons, handkerchiefs !and hosiery, afreasonabla' Florida. Act of tSU, lo require the property: .Inf d property an inbreed alloet..In" and la lo the the followiof derlb. ,, 9 '
owner abutting certain OUDt7.Oeoeola,
etreet
or or
I k g prices; Rugs and matting1 squares .are .here, too., ,Come),in,;, ,' treat, within the City,to para,grade and part curb /e,.so-wit: .
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: BeiiaolDf" 't. ,
Ul9.*aDCc v booth aa<) 47 drrea Seat .. _
And -. The Clty will bay'-- bear the of the West oorner of Lot 4 la Block: IS of the 4 I
1\ S' entire eat of auob Improvement at the Interaeotloa Jlouth Florida Railroad oonpaar. miner ol '
GILERT
it., *of tb. rtreeu,and one-third of the coat the town of 1C..llDmftlJlt.Dd r nDln.Booth HOUSE BltLS:
> ASPECIALTY't
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41derreee San \ .
of the remainder of snob Improvement, the 1\0 **t. North |deer*** Eaet M .. .
other two-third, fro b* born by the abutting feet. North 41 decree* Wee*M f*...South.da- : .1
KlsslimmeeWhat property owns : . rreee West 60 reVblD.a pan of Lot 4.0' Beo. :J. t' .,
1 $ North' Aod Where*' In order to provide fund to 1100tweoyewoi2)0 . la Towaablp twntr-flv* A
+k pay. for BroporMon of ooh Improvement. (26) blb.eoinplalnsAi's.,bids{ /) Eaat.do ilOt>ai01_>alOl Op0110f>Ohbf10i01fOt>alOgOt 44 l'l'N
th1 .
; . I\O.8t\ It the ty aecenaary City to contract } ''paar' : complaint/ +
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.? ( a boas for inch purpoa and..pledge ttt* Santo Died' ,-an or before the Rule da*of February .
fund., credit and of Mud : HU2.'to-wO-lb*6th day of February! elae. -
d property City for Ui* .
n redemption of rank lean _i__-..,.,-;-"_,_ ...&- ->. the said bill .rlllb*taken aa oonfaaeed ' ..< . -" ..... ' '
; 7-- : # And Where*, The cost It 1"* further ordered that this order b.>gbllihad ,"
such propoaed tret .:vemeutL'saUm.ted: onoe a week for twelve IM) eonaeenUr ,.' NNNN..NNN .
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: week la the Kuilmme ,
1 .t Twnty-aveThouand (I2S.OUO, ,00) Dollar. VaUy-Oaett .a .
Taererora. B.1 it Reeohred the Council of newspaper publ..bec1lo..d Oeoegla .county off .. ',EMIL'MAOH' : .. .
T tb: of Kli.lmmee.1 en.ral circulation IB said count.. .... :.ERNE8T MAON .
::; City -- Wltaee Will H. PrIce of Circuit .-:art !'t.adiM OIIItrAq;: "" .., .
: for ? Bectloa I. Tbat ..lIdu'DIU! to virtue of the' Judge said .
Shall Get Christmas; power veated la Ih.City; of Kiaalmme* by 80Uon Conn official, and my Bam... at Clerk: thereof sod th. :
lOflO.of the Oeaeral Statute of tba glate of of tb.00. Ibis SHlh day of 6ctobrA. : MACEJ
I Fhwldj t.Io.City shall IMu.l. >> 1911. Ainncafc. DoKBaan. : :se. '-
: tl..JIPOmluor-
: ,. note*'lor the a,........t. sum 01 Twsotyev.. (Seal] Clerk of tbeVIrmtll0onr%. .S-t,
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fhonaand (|'2AIJOU.OO-- poIlan to' be styled Bj Kf.' A "aTH JONN5T01D. C. .
.81....'raving Mote."of tbd"nomlnaUoa of O.. F. Enbbi solicitor for oomplalnaot. 4&-12t '
FIT* Thonaand ({ISMO.oO) Dollar acb. draw .. Z Livery Feed and :Sale Stable'I

:' Oh I Am Not Going to Worry About It. Ing Interact. payable eeml-annually.at' the rat f .
of all per cent, ((6 per cent) per.annum, ma Order;of 'Publl atlon., ;- .
.' t turing rwpeourely. from data of winane a* ,: AKt. International: (Harvesting. | ..
't follow t On* not la one year. ,"oar not In In the Circuit Court .of the Seventh Jndlola .
IJ' : I will just go to the Klssfmmee Drug Company. . two year, one not In throe years,on*not in Circuit In' and for Oeoeola Count, State of .
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four year*, and on In five year*, and the Florida. In Chancery. .n LL = F3 z3FA.VY: z11,
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I find what I want there and both quality ,A.
1.r-p :
can Inlcrtitand . ,. la gold. oritaequivalent R. .D. Waring Complainant. , : ?
: ::" and price are right. I.saw acme nice. la the m-t the' Treaanrer n. .
f' '" aid City. Bald notes to. b* issued for the pur- William J. GreeD J. Herbert Everything: new and'first:Slass:., ''Wel-VpoVf. : <.l>prompt and r
> poll.of and Green. Otto F. "\1..1t..1..1I. Bill
P..IOf..radID. curbing certain to Removeend .
:: treeta In said city, and the lund credit ..udpro.tyo' all peiveo other than Cloud from 'satisfactory service day or.hightr'b * "- >i iONEHALF'BLOCKPROM'PASSENOER'OEPOY
t?, i Baskets said City. lo be pledged for the re tbe above named ,..rtl... Title '
Thermos Bottles Fancy demption of .
; said note claiming an latcreat in the '
Section/ II. In this ![
That an election be h.ld.t. prop n> bill Ueccnbd. :
early date aa practicable which question l> f endans. I .
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I Cut Glass to be submitted lo, the elector of ald City, l't appearing t>r affidavit appended to tbe bill Klssiraraee, Fin. ,> \ .' ; Phone. .uq' .
Stationery having thee qualification* preeonbed, by Section of t complaint Sled in above stated cause that f. .. .!
i low; of O.,n ral Statute of the Blate of the defnndanU are non-re.ident. o' tbe state .'" '' .,

'd promlvtoryvBOte Florida, ball be*. the And issuance tbe Mayor of*hall laid forthwith five of who Florid are all whom over tb reildenc*are of twenty I ii unknown one yeara., and .... .............. :...... .

1 I'; And almost everything one would wish for in the show tvMutt hi* proolamatloa for **1d election, It la thereforeordered that Ibanon-realdent
.... .nd hall give pnbllo notice of tams by publiablna. defendant, the Mid vvtlll.in J. Oreen. J. Her Pi'
window. I will go now before they are all gone. said proclamation I in three conaeouUve bert tireen and Otto P' Wlnkelman. beandther t. I'
\ iwueeof a newspaper pnbluhed In the said are hereby reqlltl'<'d-to appear to the bill 0' C. A. fJARsgNPreside/t( ; W..C. BKYAW, SEC *Yj.
City immediately' prior to the date of the**id complaint filed In this cruse on or before the
L. lection. lit day of January, 1912, otherwise" the aUega.tlonaofaaid '
1 Section III That the form of the ballot to lilW.willT taken a oonfeoaed by t f
be nod at said election ball be ubilantlally aid defendanla. The Waters &' Carson'Grocer.
a* follow : Jt In further ordered tbd this order be pub ; :

lished cure a week for eight con.utweek.* .. .
KISSIMMEE DRUG COMPANY.Advertising "Official ,Ballot, Municipal PromteeoryNote. 'H) In the Klwilmmoe Valley Oaiette, a newa- '
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Election,-A.D. 1111-, City of Kimlmmee,
1 pros published In said County and But.
rloflda- This 14th day of October 1911.
"Make. cro."(X) mrk before tbe questionof [8E"L,| ARTHUR E DNloeN, '
your Choie. Clerk of Circuit Court. COrnpan Y:
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--- By ELIzBLTa JOHXITON, D. C.
"Vote for One." O. F Krlbbs, golicltor for Comolainaat.) 43-Ht ,
"For Promissory Note.'* rhE
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"Agalnit Promissory Note'" Ordqr of Publication. -Wholesale :and, Retail nea era.In-.; -' <>

Long Distance : ',1r. :
In the Circuit Court of the Pevenlh Judicial
Phpne296 Section IV. Should the ss'fanoe of said j jpromlBBory Circuit la and for Ouceola county, Stale of GROCER
: note be .uthoiiiced by the required Florida. la Chancery S f":
majority vote. then laid promissory note

shall b*issued according to law without delay. II. C. Stanford, complainant T*. J. J. Merrill, .

and provide the Council by Ordlnanoe hall. for before the such redemption issuance 01 under and against the aid all 1 J.persons* claiaring. an iuterea .- , '
'' is saying the right thing J. Merrill oiherwle, lad] "
saidaotee.tm.mrltyabdforthepym.nlo f ageln.$,a)1) other IH'1iICII" other than the I ... ;
upon same above knbwo and named .rlaiV't ; '
partie* claiming *nlattren
at the right time W B. MAKINSON. In )h.property in Ibis bill described WEI SELL : ,WE "'BUY' ; .
; President of Council of City ., KUilminee.: defendant !: '.
y [!!IULI) It appearing by iffldtTlt appended to the bill -4 t::.
in the Jj R Olf.BERT of complaint filed la bore Hated cause, that< ;
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way Clerk of City of KUnlmme. the defendant are non-re.ldeote. of the State of '
: '" .1', Approved this 23rd day of November, A. D. Florida whose r".|dence 1.I unknown and wbo .,tIDES, ..,J.al .

:hl. We make a specialty of planning.. preparing 1911. H. C STANFORD.e : are It all istbereforeorderedthat over the age of twenty-one the year non-reaklent DRAIN v, v , ,, ., .... FURS, / ' ._/.
Mayor of City of KUilmkne said J. I. . ; .
Merrill and
'literature and for '
.. conducting campaigns D"trD "
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I. H. Clay Stanford. Mayor of said Sons interest under the aid FERTILIZERS: 'i
!\ ., Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities -, hereby proclaim and declare. that a special City election do Merrill, be and they are hereby required to appear . , P. WOOli':, .' ) '<1''.< , : '
: and Individuals.TCLENNREACIN of the qualified elector of will beat held to the bill of complaint filed in this....... SI-INGLES' " ' f "
.r, the Cite Council Chamber: 't'nC said fit*.during on or before the let day of J.Duarfi: otherwise :{ .. .... .. Ki"r., i
. the rerular hour of voting on the 19 day of Da1eember. the allevatloua of*aid taken 'w. "ANI1'" '
A. L>. 1WI. upon the question ., eon. ai confessed by laid dofendantv ORANGE BOXES 'r-r +iJ '/
tractlng a loan*f Twenty-five Thousand< So.OUU.. It I* further ordered that this order be published :
ADVERTISERS OU> Dollar. In the form of five (',)) promUartrrnote one a week for eight (e) oonieoutlTe '. -J,; ,ALLf' r": :" 10 ''''
*each for the nun of Five Thousand (86,000.- week In theKiHlmmee Valley Gazette a ORANGE WRAPS w..
n'f' A WIIKr.. and to'p1ed.the fund credit and newspaper nubUnbed in said county and 8t... '
property of the City for the redemption of said This the lUsth dy of October 11111. VEOETABLE'CR: CdUNTRYti( \..
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\ TAMPA FLORIDAGIFTS not*;the proceeds of MId note* to be expended heel) ARTHUR K. DoHtoAM. TES, ; "
,- in tbe pavina :.._r.ding and. curbing of oartalaatreeta r 1erk of the Circuit Court. J. t'
In aaid Cltr. BT ELUAiimi JoHNaTOH D. C. CRATE NAILS + ,
Bald promiaaory note to b* lamed upon the O. F. Kribb. aollcltor for complainant. 4A-8t PROD, : tl .
term and la tb* manner set forth In aaM Beaolutlon. .. : _
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.Th following. qualified elector are hereby appointed Order of Publication. ". ""Vxi ''..isjjsv- 'd >r'1'' '\4 $., .,.,,;1
to.....a.officer of said special election: In the Circuit Court of the Serenth Judicial aid !
; Weselfield i garden seeds of all kinds,1 i ; ,
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W. 8.Harwell. H. M ffann, and Ala V."Id_ Circuit. ,la and for OaceoU County, tate of : 'tf| .) ,1
Inupwtorm. and E. Q. Van Anew a*Clerk.aaMa Florid. In Chancery. XVa> ( !
, In Wltnaee Whereof I have hereunto set my hand R. ,It. Waring, Comjilaluant, . give special'attention to4fittingioutphunting.and campin.';. .' t

Seal*;f]a said of City said City to ,be and hereto eauaed affixed/ th. ,Corporate and lb.earn. William J. Ogees. J. Herbert .. I II,parties:'" "' / "joj. ,> h".t"- yf>>;r..JIt., $ her? WI'ffSpg":4t *\m'I' 't'--"'!'.

THAT GIVESATISFACTION .attested by I.. Clerk, this tl day of N._. Otto' F. .* *"' : :; '
Green Wlokelmao. BUI to Remove Free limit's ;
,. delivery city ; ;Phone No,12, 6f''f fli.-j8'f" "
bar. A. D. IMl. <- All peroo...-other than the]Cloud fromabove ; : .,
< (Seal) H.C STANFORD. named parties, ojaim-: Title. Wg county agents for fertilizers.. Asklu&. *
are good for circular
Attest. : Mayor of City of KIAwI. lue an Interval la tbe properIn ". :, :;* 'f,
R GILBERT. In this bill described, D. > ,
'- Clark City of KlailnunM.' adanu. and prices on fertilizers. v, j' J' \
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'1'0.11 whom It may concern: ,- 11
It appeariDg from tha aworn bill of oompbktnl
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A RESOLUTION filed. in this awe that there are persons iater- ... ..--<
Our Mail Order Department is Wheraaa, the Couauba thldayeoncuranth sated In the property involved'10 this snit oth /, !
adopted aRaaolution entitled A Resolution. Pre .r than the known defendant, and that\ the I
,ding for the laanaaoe by th.City of .IUaatJa.o' .- name of such pemon ao Interested are unknown .
ready, to handle Christmas Promissory Notes to a Certain Amount the to. the complainant, and that relief i* I
w your '
It said .
Pu of Contracting Loan for the Dae of prayed Bill of Complaint armrest ncbunknown 1

Order. Have sent it in ? said and CurWna City, for Certain the Purpose Htreeta of In tbe Paving aald, Gradta* I. therefore delcndanta.It ordered. that all persons claim LOOTS !! LOTS! ?' .

. 'I you for tbe Submlaalon of the Question of suchand ing an latereat and to tike following deacnbed ,
aaeetoaa Election. of the Qualified EIIon" state property' Florida-t.I! ::'. County of Oaeeola, 't'H !
the aid C4t .. la which Reeolntlan,' the atreeta of
to be paved rradod and curbed are not apeciAo- The aonthweit quarter the aoutbweat quarter LOTS RAVE BEEN SURVEYED AND STREETS 'I', ...
deal of tbe*ontb at quarter. and lot four (4) of .
ally bed.; THEREFORE. BE IT BESOLV.ep AND AVENUES LAID OUT IN
BY THE COUNCIL Of THB!:CITY OF eotton twenty-Ore (a*),ia ....ehlpSweaty- ,
Stationery.Books'Pictures LlSBIMMRSi 1:16): ,aoutb of "'DfI.JW.D..II (28),aantrdoiwar ,.
Section 1. That ihouU the Issuance of"said flve to tb* Complaint WILLIAMS' SUB-DiVISION ,
pra.ais.ay tlM tIN total anm hereto Aid on or before the Jtole day of February r !
Twenty-five Thom: ,tlOp.do) Dollara, be 1912. to wit, tbe Ma daj of Fbrnary.1.s J;
anthoriaed. by the qualified .---. of the City at the MId bill will ... taken aa au/steed. -TO- "" ..
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Its further jII'd.b..,this order be ; .r '
the ai*cial.1__ to be proclaimed by e Mayor pub
under MId Keeolutkm. this Council itself tithed once seek for twelve (11'J' ) coniecutlveweekJtttbKi M
Leaher Goods Novelties, Kodaks, BricaBrac to.apedthepree 4aotamid note.pledne. .pavlac.aradmar iBm.eVallei Ou.tte, newe : h' '
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and curWaa;of the foUowiner atraata: papar"publl hed in aald Oaceola County'of general
. Toys, Dolls, Games, Sporting Goods tlyda'Avaita.aetweaatba: tteht-of-way at the circulation;; in said County WHITTiER, I T
Atlantic Cast Un KaUroad and Emmett Street. Witaer Jam** W. Perkins, Judge ot said
I Emmet*aUraec betweea Oyd.Avaau*and.paint Circuit Court and my name aa Clerk thereof
On* Hundred and Fifty ((160) feet West ef Stew. and IDS o.dal of said.Court, felt. 14th day o1,
art Avonov Braadwar betwaeirDakIa Aveaa* October, A. D. 11111. and are offered for Bate to e
and .-. Brack Street between Broadway [BIA4j] ARTHDa K Dogeola, tbo public at from 1
w and Via atraevVbM Street petwwa Break Clerk of Circuit Court.
> : 45-49 W Bay St.JACKSONVILLE Street and the rlchtf-way of the Atlantic Coaat .By ELiitatTH JOHHTO D. C. f 4
DREW< irS" Line_Ralbx....'..... Strait between Broadway G. F. Kribba, Solid.or for Complainant. 48-12 $35 TO $50 PER LOT
I FU and Oak.8Oeet.aiid Buby Avanaa between ar0e4WD7 .

and.thaaty Pock. .4tHlt

Notice of Executor for Final
-- Whittier will be In railroad
r. coon connection with ( ; .
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I': Application for Final Discharge. Discharge. very part of the United State.,..and in ..abort tinge '_ . .

la Court af the Coooty Jadaa.. State ef Florida,. la Coast of the of Florida will become one of the meet important towns In Sooth 0 '
: r.... ,. o. eoIa Couaty.. la r"* Jbatat! of Time Baa*. la r*sine fc..o.r.'ZSf'rg:;:. -rises. 1 '
,. deeM. *d, Oaceola CIOUO',. Florida; therefore lots at the !above price-ire only 'ti"onetenth
. ---- NoUoekBeraWBt>e-,b all*bow Marc may NotlaUhsrebygtvetl, lo all whom It
;z' : : Ii the on the lOUt day of January A, D. 1111&. concern that on the loth day of May A.may D. of what they will bring twelve month hence. .

/: I ahall apply Jo ta* Borarabl* Oeo.,r. ..........,. 1913. I shall apply M the' Uoooiabi i.b0ok Oeo.. ,. Whittier has a telephone line., ft baa good row. r'
Jadnef aakl Court, aa Jnd** of Fo>bata.fora ....*of*ald Court, aa Jndg* of Pro- '
'HtO -- E anajdiaehan* a*admlalatiater of tb eatata of { for for auto travel at tim. Has three
ter LID AY R A T : a final dlacbarg* a* xcnlor of 'the any nails per f'
TIme.Buo-...aad that at the_rise J 1 wt.of.MarthsA.Tallogt0oa.o..edlstidtlw.t.t 1.- .
." will : aoaoaat*aa adarinlatmtor ofaMatataaaSaalif. tb*earn lima I will prowl my final week. Whittier on the center land between St. .
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'\f'" G-i*! Meted July tth, A. p.. 1W1.their approval., iconuata aaajxeootor of said estate, and ark forDatfyorember John and Klaalmmee rivers, Jot twelve miles each, a t '

" 1.6\ / .OBGAB BA88.W/AdmmMratat.1 lota,A, D. ml.K. way. One and one-half miles from Kiimm Prairie, t r
28.1--- -
Irf,4)1: \) . / Oi) Mug. land of tb. punter Land We have \
Company. the best
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:" '.. (. NTIC LINE'j' ; Application for ''Final Discharge land for trucking and >farming, 'Florida. We have "1
t ; fruit and all the '
vegetable
IB Court ot the: County Jadjr slats of Florida. year round. We are in t. ar
.J''i e Oatwola. Ooaaty; la r* aatat of-I* H, WuC; of Administrator. ,the eenUf of stock rabmg by 'thi befit'and'cheapt "'oj' :' ,
; .4.' ,;, laan.flimaaand. .. .. la Ooart of tba Coontr Jodg*.Btat*of Florida, ..... 1
"" Notlo* I* berobvI1u'all whom it nay la r* total*of Catherine 8h1.......,D- ..thod on earth. W. have a school rU of eighty; .... .

.Low.Rule Excursion '' >naeraua>oa the (BUkTday,AprlJL A..D. :rr.J:: 0 ") two grocery: stores ;:two hot*]*, open the-year
round.'
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&I': : ,Tickets to points 11112. I. ail_11 tor the $prw isle F. hereby ,:oI wb'oDi : tvkSI'
Ferber. red..of..w O.crts ,jI'dft of .Pro' ....... fdat,- 111Ith-,.., DeQe" Whittier i* on the east boundary of Lake-Marion'which .
!Vf&;;:> south of Ohjo and Potomac and east 'of bate,lor*-final estate vViniani thf : extend* westward connecting Wltha
. :'. of 1C" 8 *. dead; aad QdSI t, Prop : bainof.lak.n* (
: f' .. > thaaa'thar yasar rime I will peant uflaalaoeounta Il.le11 .ep s o.r:IMnplaeof Klnbnme "
Mississippi Rivers.Tickets river. Here Is
r the banting and a"
, ... a* administrator-_said .*..tiC and tha 01 ys6...... A. aUuraerant air >fishing paiw t
," ak for their appreval.- ", eaasedi sad that at toaaameUiaal will pneanlatyfiaal .di... ''WIIIUler'bu'tM! best'mart tarJal> for good '

I ->: ,; soldDec.15-16i7, % ;20-:21.22.23i .,1,.>..laoiwos.$kDOUGHT.:, Ad. "Leots.1 '.. D.Nd.and June.ae aak mmttu 0A.for af a* Adaalaietrator pprp vaLr of aaldatate. std%.t11 wad bard'roads Florida.* :,>-,v;:,>K'fc):: >-3 f >' 'Q i f '4 r

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: 24-25-O 1911.. :a.C4 Olf. lisps of thlaabdhbion can be seen at theoffie, !)
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i Jan.,1st. Final limit!to. 'Notice of.Executor.'Oaort .. M-oaoot a...-.... A injatrator.: of A. E. Dronght or T.:c. Roberts.'|n fit,"''Cloud, Jenkins .e "

f ,to reach staftinff i ;; point "by 'inldnlsht of' .j 01 die Ooaaty Jada*,. .....of Ft"a'. Notice.' of. Adminiatrator.otCMa'ty"h ... t' Woodhatn's 1n. KisJmmv" or>t.K;:' IV r..i ', >r .

in r*Batat*of Tpl*A. Minx. Deed Oo. Bus reelde ne In WhltUer. j I" '41GSt
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: ": ; .. ; dnD..o all whoa It..i ., rB tat*of 8tDIIA(Wright ,Oaoa, '
peowePer. ..
1. -.... that Ib lat ., .''qtr: '
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.,.. .". ".... ,. MW.I shall. ply 10 she HMo.abl O .vK tVotiM atr-waom It <
,.:t.; *$ ., '"f PorJnformstion i or reaerration; call on1tXL. : ker, 0dts d aad Court a* udM .r P n>bt. eoaoara, final awl tbhiiu day of January.A may, D. E .B' ,I,' ,.. 'S''S'/ .
f. for a final dlaeaarc a* Admlalatralor rise .12,I shall. Ad.mlalatralor ... ...
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Agent or. t'1.. ornate of Tempi A. Ming dad and that at of-th .. It..o "
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/,' r FOR SALE ]FOR SALE-Five good paying orange ..
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groves and a 20-acre truck farm, 8 .'
acres irrigated with Skinner ,
TALKS ON ADVERTISING system."
Woman Suffrage Also complete sawmill capacity 10,000'i:
FIVK!: city IoU'on which is totaled a feet per day, log carts, wagons and J
S nice new five-room cottage fine view .five good mule Will sell bargain. ', t,
r Means\ of the lake, cool breeze This prop. prices. Investigate, C. Buckets Kissimmee
CooperationBetween XX.-Supplementary erty it located close-to the proposed Fla. 40-tf i. jo
electric line, on high level lota., A ]DO YOU WANT the finest muck truck .
bargain, at $1600. Let us show you farm in Florida T I have it for .ale.,f
the S xesR : f ' 4 this property.', H. M. Breaker&:Co.81tf Twenty-live acres bordering on lake .' :4'
k Advertising ? c '; J '. two miles from KlBSimmee,,fenced }
: and cross-fenced with tight fence, '

-- FOR, SALE-40 acres of land less than flowing well, 17 acres in cultivation;', .

S. 'RE women really free in this home of By Henry Herbert Huff one acres mile of bearing from the court house 5-room; 20 closets new 5, room pantry house and, plastered porches,; with new, q; !:
orange grove;
liberty and 'freedomI No women barn. Lies on main road. Only.. '
1... S ; house on good land; cheap at $10,500; 14,500. ,
BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION grove will soon pay price of this land I .. ,
s By Mrs, ARE NOT FREE. Women are COPYRIGHT. 1000. valuable ; Joining this are 30 acres, 20 acres ,9 '
r EMMELINB still in POLITICAL and SOCIAL I worthy growing of more the closest every day.; cleared, 6 acres plowed, also borders ".
investigation.We
{ PANKHURST., I "Mr. Business Man, this word 'advertising' is a curious one. also have 60 acres of)land. 6 acres on lake, can be cut in 5 or 10 acre I .\-

English MlUtant BONDAGE the world over I It has no synonym. Just what may be included in tho term is'a ,I, of which are in bearing grove, bal- Only tract.,3200.each tract Mrs.. Summers touching, Lake-road. -,r.'.1,.:;

i -. .No3, In.America So long as women have not the power to i subject for controversy. We might put it thus; Anything that I or ance trucking on splendid; a 7-room land good house for, good grove stables view Cottage, South Kissimmee. 49tf "t>\

55 help themselves men are responsible for it, ; 1 mile from rail way'town. Smiles I FOR SALE-A beautiful lot :
I helps to popularize the name of a store or promote the sale, of its 45x140feet* "f,2/j!
'. and it is an awful responsibility. Women from Kissimmee; price $7,000, favor. pretty corner only 3 blocks from post ., .
1 may I wares is advertising. This is the modern idea. We commonlythink able terms of payment. We have still office, fine view of the lake desirable/... ':1\I
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not be able to improve matters when they get the vote, but if they fail I ad.. another grove, about 16 acres in"bear- location in a good neighborhood/ ; price '
of typified in the or magazine
advertising as newspaper fruits varieties of different
ing ; splendid .
$400. time on half if desired. We al-., '
then,the responsibility will be upon themselves. Men will'e relieved. kinds of citrus fruits; 45 acres <( ,
Such is true advertising. The many other forms of publicity o have 90x150feetnorthandeasteor.l. .,' "
"'. THEY SHOULD BE TRUE TO TRADITION8 AND TRY TO EMANCIPATE of good land; 6-robm house, stables, ner, one block from court house b eaq-.r." .. 'f,,'f
packing house less than 2 miles from t'1
are secondary. ; .
tiful view of the lake good "
neighbor. '
; THE OTHER HALE; OF HUMANITY AND TRY THE EX. Kissimmee: price$9,000. Still another ;;
hood plenty of room for 2 houses ,
I "If I should inquire of a retail merchant who is hot using ;
PERIMENT i.OF ,CO.OPERATION QN EQUAL TERMS WITH MEN ANDS grove of about 8 acres and 60 acres price $800, time x>n half if desired. Ai it
:. WOMEN. apace in the local paper why he neglects this medium, he would of land; excellent new house of 9 fine 40-acre tract of land t mile.from, :. .
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rooms and basement; good stables; limits, 25 , "
city acres excellent
truck}
ay probably tell me that other means of getting publicity are more' half of this land excellent grove land: ing land, part of it the finest muckf < .r,
balance fine for trucking; a beautifulview balance good citrus fruit land; good ]
covers of the town; about 1\4\ miles location gives advantage of high- :. ;
_ ....O..OOO. }OOOOGOGO O }OO OO I iIh O from the city !limits on hard road j: this school education, churches, good m....; r ": 1\f\
grove can be purchased for $1&,000
; 0 ; kete and 4,000 good neighbors; town J .
"The small dealer want to increase sales lie wastes every penny the crop can be sold within -6 weeks is growing in that direction, 'i'

h ':i College Trained Citizens Better | that goes merely to 'make his name known; Novelties, and souvenirs and pay more'.than without 10 per cent, on the will.enhance rapidly; price property$50: per ,';1;:.,'
investment to the
i often attract crowds to openings and special sales. Patrons any expense from acre on favorable terms of payment., ;
otner
purchaser. Many groves
.' Let us show you a fine little truck
alwayi expect to be remembered with calenders. Get the most advertising one acre to 80 acres in a body. Can of
l.i }arm 11 acres, onlyaehortdi.tane.
Able to View Civic value you can.from gift articles when you have to use them. suit any reasonable minded man who from high school building right down; ;;..

,1{ ;, Ques= f ftions Give where they will do good.; home Means business investment..and wants Nelson a Flonda in town with flowing well, land all' .iF*,, r't.ill'
or Realty
subIrrigatedwith the k
"The local merchant who utilizes no other publicity than signs Co., over Cltirens bank, Kissimmee, underground .
novelties, window displays, etc., is not doing an that he might in Fla. 44-tf little tiling farm process let, just us show the place for a fine 'i

LJ ,I, Impersonally : order to win trade. Advertising in the local paper is indispensable. erty.' Fine; suburban home you-thU WeTiave prop' Ii +'i f

',1'.' \ Don't go in and expect the publisher to give you space and say nicekings FOR SALE-40 acres of truck land in a Sl-acrc farm adjoining the city Urnlt -'. .. \ '. ...
( about you for a' song. Pay him real money. ;Buy space aatE Park Garden fronting on Shingle ., owned by a Pittsburg party. (,
ii creek; a little1 over a mile from the room house, orange grove, etc.;* we '
y ELLEN FITZ ENDLETON.. President of : ugh it were going to yield t a profit-and.it will. city limits; a beautiful place for build. want to show you this property,: -W., ;,
} "It is much to his advantage for a merchant to bold membership big a homer; can go from this land by have two 16-acre tracts of splendid'

;', 5-', ":,1- Wellesley College 0 in a church or societies, to be popular in the community, to be launch too, the city' dock; also good land less than 1 mile from railway 1
: > : wagon road; fine-flowing wells can be 'station 4 mile. from
8 public spirited- be generous in the support .of good causes,'' but KIssimme:
l I. .. $ : had on any part of the 40-acre tract part of each tract is fine for citrus e'
.OO.O.OO.ooo.o..oo.t Ilpl.. he should do so not for commercial gain, but because he wants to bea 2 flowing well. now In operation; 20 fruits and the balance excellent truck1 '.f

$,),., S 'HAT good citizen. People like to buy of the business man whom they acres fenced with hog fence; 15 acres Ing land; price $25 per acre, terMs.tfi
; ,constitutes college training for citizenship Whet lUte well (and no effort is too much that will win public favor) but In cultivation; small house; the very desired. We have a fine 'peach orchard '

. 'm' are, the characteristics. of the IDEAL CITIZEN, and they must be 'expected to.do'so only when he leads in VALUE. best trucking land In Florida; this less than J mile from railway ;,,

S"' } ,_ | : : InsU they developed! lie',must have learned thoi1nporteat .- clay from Kissimmee; $160 per acrei'Ciii-* -j
RTAT,S not advertising itself., They-are' valuable and moisture a fortune be
ser ; can orchard i. In bearing, very fine.fruit' S
A lesson! of,viewing every question not.only from ; ) to the newspaper'ad-, but worthless of themselves., These made on this tract of land and can be We have 120 acres of land with !:: .1

,rl&'own, standpoint-but nt.from that of the COM lj ITY.' publicity combined with newspaper space, realise the great. sold on favorable terms of payment; ter of a mile of lake front, 2'miles' "
want' to show the land and IntrodUce
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we from
": *- railway station, 2 mi1e..from a'
in jorbusiness. .
I'f'; '", "" II .i"v of success a ". \ the purchaser to the owner; hereIs towd of 2600 people, 3-room'house ,. ,
_.. "r r, :
[ ; a great opportunity for a fine in barn, ?? acres of bearing orchard; :
:'I-rHIE'\'COLl'it. I MUST PRODUCE" N'D"WOMEN: ': CAPABLE' vestment.' We also have some splendid splendid land fbr farming and truck., >!......
!' Plnedale,farm just"outside the mar! ; owned by non-resident howbll:"'' ,
\ 4: . C"' ; :rUINO. ..: 'THE.__, _.....9PPORTU-.L9i''E! -'** BY i '"i THE-*'UNIVERSITY I : ,-i *. city )litniU; some near the site where sell cheap and on favorable terror qfi_ .

$\' fUEN !AND WOMEN WITH: SOUNd BODIES, PURE HEARTS AND .tb.-eaanlrtlrand. evaporating factory 'Payment"an:-excellent opportunity > .

t'; T* &*> *CLttAll";'MINDS! ;:'WHQ /ARE,' READY, TO OBEY; THE COMMANDMENT:' ViIfitiTeIIsAIF1he TrUihA'B'OUT'C1.SINIME its in,price now beingbuilt according;to these location lands:vary We to property get possession on easy ot terms.'a fine-We fncomV jiave", 4.

'' 5'-TOU: 118HALT'LO'VS; ; ? \ THE; LORD;: THV... QOD: WITH, ? ALL: ,THV I also:bas-some nice residence-Jots; many other excellent', proposiilone: ,'.
''t ." "fiIlA.RTiANDWI ALL,:THY,SOUL, AND W.'T1t.'ALa.. : THY STRENGTH, f 'very large, e.utlfu1loc.tiOD,monthlypayments both truck farms; and orange EroyN .;,
., without interest, in Eurekaaddition. a. well as city.at b , ,
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