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: January 5, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00523
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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;' I p r. e. Things '1'1912"' 'The.:Scenery V of the Country, Surrounding the City; AND STILL THEY ,COME 1



i .Give Kipsimm&e of Ki&simmee is Most Picturesque and Beautiful- I The Valley Gazette Office is Deluged' ; ,

May .' With Letters From all Parts of: ,1
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xJetnarkable.Progressof thq *Pas Twelve Months f ,. .. 1: ,

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'.V fn This Section Should* Continue During the The office' of the VanefGazettb" '
been fairly deluged this ".ekwitb letters
A/, Coming Yeari. 'Foundations' to be Laid for containing kind expressions for the I

t paper and praising Kissimmee.. ...
of the City.l t Th.se'f' s .
Greatness -
]Future. ---_ _. -.. v letters come from people. who..know t ";
'::.a' -- -- whereof they speak; They' have been :"
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reclaimed.
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midnight; by the vyue of city land
Tb. clan ng of the bells at reading the Gazette'either as subscribers -'

.between Su idsv and Monday, marked This, worit: should be undertaken at or through the courtesy of the .-J

the; close of the greatest year in the his once. ;i Board of County.Commissioners. Many "

of Kissimmee.\ It was a year of These are not all the things that Kls- of them have been here and know' at t n;
tory
Scores of .siramee should do, but they suggest '. first hand :
in U material way. some of the advantages .
many
progress were begun and nome of;the' substantial undertakings, and attractions ..
busln structures\. 1 of this'aectlon. .
of them completed. Hundreds of which look forward 'to the building They ,have confidence in the Gazette

some substantial citizens from all parts of I here of great inland city, the business ..L4' asa, faithful mirror ,,of conditions as, ,\-.

_.,the 'country were added to the popula- !'1,, center of a .territory regal in extent and $ they actually exist. .1--
all lines received aast ; rlchnesi.
n. Business in 'l '
Following
a' We should not be content with undertaking are a few of the letters
remarkable impetus. It was The possible future which have been received this weeks ''\ t ,
small things. .
social and educational .. 0
..year of progress Organizations along for mainlining ,i Is great. Let us make 1912, if not Washington, Ks.,*Dec. 28, 1911. ,..
lines. the The Kissimmee Valley Gazette Kissimmee -
least greatest
social standard have had the showfect year, at '
the in real Fla.
history
attractivehapter year ii Kissimmee's .
1 ad their birth. The Woman's very League progress, and in real building for the Dear Sir:-Enclosed please find check 1/Y;
the
house of for one year's subscription to the Ga-
The high school received uturt.. _. _. ___ __ _
opened. zette. Some kind '
vas friend has been nd- V
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as to tax the >r p .
of pupils a
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uch an accession the facilities' FIRE ALARMS fi r t r E ing it to me tree for some months and ',
provided ''r, 1
? ommissioners to of I' wr I think the donation has been of sufflcfent *,
It was a year
Jfor teaching! them. to Give duration and just have that friend
Thec huroheu have City Council l Takes Steps
progress(; spiritually : send it to some one else and I will\ pay r. t
the m- f
i pared most remarkably in of City Adequate System. for the one sent me. )
members in the interest
lase of in securing{ the respect of : Warned by the experience of last I am much! interested in your city, "j
V
4 members '
t [ edifices have been weak when a residence in North Kis- and contemplate a visit to it during,Jan

.i ( public and tl e ew work of the churches'. Binrtnee had been on fire nearly half 11r uary. A great many people in this section "

r nned I Notre before any of the fire companies are interested in Florida andntany'r:

i The prospered thing that has come to ', received the alarm, the City Council at 4 1 contemplate visiting the state soon.

greateJssinynee th s year, however is leali I th meeting{ Wednesday night took !, ; r With kindest regards, I am.

i tioi: that t' e is deatined to bf some I Slops toward securing an adequate alarm Very truly yours, "

more ian a country village system for the city. After an extended 1"Y T. P. RONET. r

ing thi trains whist) and discussion the matter was referred totie -
wlie "
place
daw electric light committee with infractions -
II on by 'Ilia notion began to n Kearney Neb., Dec. 26, 1911.
the city long! A/ro to confer with Superintendr.t Editor '*
on the I pool le of Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ]
.8W of the eleclrtc light plant f
few ; Joyner
and some Dear
the past ear Sir-You: will not rememberme
an
theVie and Fire Chief Porter, and to immediately -
in
light a de ade ago, but only hut I remember you. Wife and I '

past twely JMciith} has it been realized proceed.to secure the most satisfactory spent last winter in your beautiful City ,f
l alarms with a sufficient -
of ,
fully ttp&t thisi choice location is im-vi- system and the last six weeks of the time we
cities of boxes to meet the present
inland supply
itabL to beondof the great were quartered over the Willson real
has!/ needs of the city. Some discussion was e
Florida and this realization estate office, and have often been\., in
i also with reference to the matterof r
had
brought with,it the knowledge that provision -I combin? V L-i your office. My name Is S, W. Thorn*' "
for the future. securing an auto truck, and "
must be made ton t .
hive ceased to think in ing the present three tire comp.niealnto V V V V
The citizens While in Kissimmee I made many
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ciir Is was, but are one. The machine which Councilman :
that or ,
terms of the warm friends and I am thinking of
i thJ that is toAe, i I Dann had l -mind carries a large chemical '
planning for city coming to see you again, if all things
much than the
In view of thin condition the alley I' engine larger pres- J work to my notion, in about three we.k.
local together -
to prophesy as toe ent engine of the department
r Gazette ventur I YV ill you please send me your paper foe
with 400 feet of hose for this
some things; thit probably will come I A PLACE TO STAY the next three weeks and
oblige.
p to Kiasimmee during the coming year. engine. It also carries 700 or more feet DREDGE IS SUCCESSEntirely 4 IS OFFICIAL PAPERCounty Yours respectfully r

.and to suggest >me things thft should i of fire hose, ladders, helmets buckets ---: .
,'be sought I .I. etc., and hat 'room'for twelve firemen. I Shenff Prevatt Now Has Nice Home 1 S, W. THORNTON.

The vitrified b Ick streets will l be laid, This matter will be,investigated later. Satisfad Demonstration For Naughty folks. Commissioners Again Adopt ,.- ,-.llstouMyjJ>

..ear.fully'and well I I. and will prove to be 1 After discussion If was decided to set Gazette R. f. D,31, Mantua Station Ohio, ',
so great an adva tags to the, clty that' aside tot .sewer.flushing.a quantity of !v I In Made of Big Machine at Osceola county offers all sortaof[ attractions The Valley, as Official Dec. 23! 1911.

people living on itreets not paved under. the older fire hose permitting none of Cape Breeze. ? for all sort of people. For Organ of County. Mr. W, B. Harris, Kissfmmee, Fla.!

i 'the present con ract will demand improved the new to ,be used for this.purpo e. instance, ,the Installation of new cells at .. Dear Sir-Yours: of the Jlsl hand {
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.- The Council asked that the engineer be I I the hail been the -
?i streets. I !! county jail completed!, and as per account you will please find '
Many miles of lidewalks will be built, instructed to observe more carefully the It was a drippy, drizzly, damp and County Commissioners have inspectedthe Without ally question as to their action :P. (I. Aloha/ order for one dollar to .

for the city must, have mail deliveryand I ruling regarding putting on the pressure ,almost dismal day but the big dredge I work and pronounced it excellent, and with no disarming) voice, the for the Gazette ten pa/
which is
cannot get It without sidewalks. I as soon as ail alarm is turned in. worked splendidly and pumped mud until 'I and the reconstructed Jail has been accepted Board of County Commissioners at their one year, a.
welcome
,1 The year will UI ioubtedly see this ac c: ,' Returns of the recent election were it looked like a young volcano. \Ve 'I There is, therefore, a splendid i I I meeting on Monday decided to make the very home, We guest lri our northern

complished.An received and the Council adopted the are referring of course, to Ludlam &. I opportunity for someone who wants to Kissimmee Valley Gazette the official congratulate you on your '...-
w spicy and and also
for the
ordinance v ill be passed driving I necessary ordinances to IT ake the loan MacDonough's new dredge at Cape tryout the new cells, to come to this | organ for the ensuing twelve months. stand newsy have maintained paper in

the cows off the s reels This obstacle of $25,000 for street paving. It was decided Breeze, a demonstration of which was county and do some naughty deed. Sher- The l vote was taken without discussion Brother you Egbert Gillette. We regard to

to civic decency and cleanliness and I ", to date the notes March 1. as it is given Tuesday afternoon to a company ilT Prevatt, as is his unvarying custom, I h.the. board the merits of this paper ,he meant no harm, and shall believe

I 1 progress' must go and this year will thought the money will be needed atout of local 1 business men The party was vftdo\\ the rest and any bad man whois being BO apparent that any extended I Ij when he is freed from all rejoice

fli[probably see remo 'ed from Jiaslmmee: I that time carried from the city duck to the dredgein anxious to enjoy the comforyi of the j consideration was unnecessary The persecution.

t |he opprobious title of "Cow Town I, The matter of the division of the city the capacious launch Lorinda, and .new jail is invited to drop.around this Valley Gazette has been the official organ Trusting that the Lord may bless you

e The year will sea close connection es- i I printing between* the two local papers I Ii transferred to the dredge over a barge. Nay and cut up a caper. They reallyare for the year just closed and is beyond in your work as editor one of Florida's

4 bushed between this city and'the rich I I'i i was brought, but went over to another The inside workings of the big ma- most nifty cell, constructed in the any shadow of a doubt the legiti- best papers,. believe me .

.?territory lying south of itt meeting. chine were explained to the guests by I most approved style of steel 1 bars run- mate paper for selection as the official Very truly yours, ;

The year will see a continuation of I' The electric light committee asked the Messrs Ludlam and MscDonough who ning at right angles. They look like organ of th country, C W. BKICHAM. '

\ the remarkable/growth in population Council to take some action with reference also took occasion to explain their pro- i and old style checked gingham apron '' Mr\ S. J. Triplett presented the happy New Year from! Mrs. B. ea

M., I ftnd-in,business,prosperity.Jp j to fixing new rates to cover electric posed plan for reclaiming the dntire and anyone who can get out of them claims of the Valley Gazette In a brief i

There are some things that Kissim- I j toasters, heaters to-vea, etc. lake front. A lively interest was takenin I will have to be exceedingly slender, like address, in which he called attention to Hillsdale Mich., Dec. 29, 1911. i

1..*>mee ought to do. There should be inaugurated ., This matter was left open for further both the dredge and the lake front I our good friend Triplett, for example, the fact that it is the oldest paper, thatit W. B. Harrisv> Kissimmee, Fla. 1
l' consideration. scheme bv the visitors for the between the bars has the
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are largest
apertures Dear
n a at once a inert energeticexten _, ; ._- ------- circulation of any paper My Mr. Harris-Please: find enclosed ,N o
:tensive; and persistent. advertdemgcampaign. !.HAVE GAIND'WflGHT The dredge consists of a flat bottomed I only about an inch square. The cells in tne county and that by its per- one dollar to continue myscription sub =- + ::.!

Sufficient money and intelligent barge-like boat, with a roof. It are placed within the thick brick walls sistent and consistent custom of always to the Gazette. I cannofdo'without 'tJ. .

effort should be spent to make has a sort of split nose projecting{ out of the court house, and there are a num- supporting the beat interests of the the Gazette as I greatly desire IJ. yw

I the name and the attractions of Kisaimmee Visitors to Kissimmee! Are Delighted in front and between the points of this ber of ponderous door&betwe"n the cells county it has becorpe entitled to the favor to keep in touch with the very good and '., era,; \

of the land. the intake back and and the outer air, not to mention the asked. amiable people and progressive movements ": +
i known in every pan I I swings continually I ; s." ,
With the Climate Here. :
The (treat; work which bas been done fort cutting a channel 25 feet wide, to prickly steel fence surrounding the jail. i) Mr. F. W. Stalker presented the of the beautiful city of Kissim ",.. q1 .;.,"

lit' J 'by the Valley Gazette should be supplemented i i Messrs., W. M. Hamilton of Florence a depth of about 4 feet. The pump, I We are inclined to think that anyone claims of another local paper. mee. The six months that wife and I '

, by the Board of Trade and other Ala., and N. Webster, of Ande- which throws a continual 8-inch streamof I who accepts the hospitality of Sheriff Commissioner W. S. Pearce in making spent in your city-October to April Jo ..."lf: ',

organizations in order, to bring here the '1 lira, N. Y.. paid the Valley Gazette water'containing about 15 to 25 per I Prevatt will probably abide with him, the motion to accept the Valley Gazette I last- is a cherished souvenir to our . ;,.f

,.7, thousands of peopl(; / .seeking office a pleasant call ort Wednesday. cent of mud and sand, is of the type as long as seems desirable. as the official paper of the county memory and we both desire tp be with f6t", '

",t" >. sort of advantages whiff Klasimmee I, The two gentlemen have been in Florida used ip;) pumping for irrigation. It is The work which has'just been completed said he could see no reason at all why you again in the near future. ,C ..It :'i"t.t. <,

:'. olds oulA.dver'ti..in: ) r setting for about three weeks, visiting Tampa operated by a 60-horsepower Fairbanks-. at the jail was made ,necessary : the old paper should not be continued I had hoped to be at Kissimmee in ..,.\

1 t ottb all the vital fact! regarding this Orlando and other points before Morse engine. by the recent law requiring \the segregation i at the county organ. The motion of October last and to have had ereeted'anice *;.1{ .;,;...

{ action and prepared in'a,:' way that will coming; to Kissimmee. As is alwaysthe At present the dredge is cutting a of prisoners. It has been donein Coimttitaioner Pearce was seconded by residence there by f"\his time, butt* ..4.

C with thegeryattrac publications case, the week they have spent channel to a point near the seawall of accordance with the most approved Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet, and serious illness of Mrs..JMsbiehas, pir6 ,. t '" 'it y ( .

other cities should be!sent broadcast, here has made them enthusiastic Kis Cape Breeze Work will then begin on methods Osceola of prisoq'construction modern and with it was carried without a negative vote.. vented a fnlfillmen.t.ofl..Jbat deajrehip,, 'k
gives a jail,
county
every possible me n. of advertis- simmee boosters, and they left the filling in behind the seawall with mud provision for male and female prisoners The Valley Gazette appreciates this to date blJt." .*. (.sheis now getting v. e i ,'\11

g. usual and unusual should be emoved names of several of their friends to be and sand from the bottom of the lake. both white and negro. There is also a action of the commissioners. The stronger we mal possibly be able to br -

this year which;* ill be a crucial placed on. the list of County Commissioners' The big dredge will pump a minimumof padded cell for insane patienti. The hers of the board are all shrewd men business ) greeting our old friends at 1Cu- rHm '
fact is -"
jail, In complete in respect .
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ar in the history of the city. subscriptions. every short time. .
cubic of solid <
Both Mr Hamilton and Mr. Websterare I 125 yards matter.an and Is calculated to throw a good men who have won .ucce..ln their ., ?
Klssimroee. needs more pay rolls. The hour. .It is set now to dredge to a healthy scare into the most hardened own business and who are giving ,the WJth'best compliments of the season;' Jt1-\

'ily way to get them ::1a to &Q .after more than delighted with the dim depth of 4 feet. It is the intention to criminal, especially when it is presidedover I same intelligent attention to the affairs\ and kindest salutations to alf th v'jold: ....:;! ...:,,1'1'
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of this section well
ate with Its officer of skill
as as by an the and
';WIth all the territory which secure a depth of at least four feet in pef'o.i.tenc1 friends lam a ,
.mi' ,
soli. :They have gained in weight 8 and of Sheriff\ Prevatt. The workat of the county. That these men hay. s tio ,i ; .y rJoaL .)
s city has tributary to it Klssimmee respectively. They... look- front of the entire seawall. the Jail was done,under the direction i I recognized the superior value of-'this ,\ "nry..ln' ..rell.t1'. \;: .....,; :
81 pounds
i. naturally a 'manur.clarlog'center; Ing about with the idea of locating The machine so far as the non-tech- of the well known firm of Ludlam & I IMacDanougb. paper is pleasing to as. The Gazette {I.I," {"'-?:- ....II...'P'..,.,,;,::1" ,.,MtI'7 : .,

a and permanent and abiding prosperity and nical observer can see. Is in perfectworking I,i has always Stood aauarelv and unalterably "
here be Ing'cltlun.of the finest .;
trill come when we have here a number drder. On> account of its location ..of -j for Osceola county and itti i .rfu media the cpunty wer. best quallfi'i r ,' >
county of the finest state in the.United the end the pipe: full eight Inc
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V of- factories employing many hands.' State's T Tuesday t{ was bot throwing'ootM stream. The big' engine barked out a I terests. The Gazette will(.continue todo to Judge.upport'bytheirirnudmotut;, "i4 ':.
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4:They; ;;caYi"be"secored/"(and,t must be, '' much: solid matter. jit will) when tt .merry accompaniment, and the biff boat -so in the future, whether H is the vote out contention! that the'KlsslmmeeValley ':"1'1'' .

J .This year M the best time1 to seek them.: The fallowing;*''entlem. attended' gets closer'inshorewhere, 'the cutter on swung in rhythm to th..w.ylng'Of the' official\ organ of thi'county or-notU':' ftfa ,Gazette J I* th.,foremost paper of ',' .,..,

_. The city this year should plan an extensive ''Po the'A.dfedg' 'Van.demonstration'Affnew,'- S.....on'Tuead.7. L. LnpfeV. the "intake*piP. .can take hold but 'ftlwas lake intake and piptfl on: the The unprotected rain splashed heads In and the 'an Osceola county"paper first," last the county. It cheers", us Gn',''bur,ways:; V 'e. <1

152. 1a lake front improvement., It haabeen'demonstrated Jim MIII.Ij.IR.; /Derbyshire J.'Z. Rob-- disposing of'16"'per cent of' solid shoulders\ of the...visitors-but no one .and aljtae tlme Whether!! J! etaIf We?"of course,' bad anticipated no other v;f. :\*:, "'a*!r.;:

,/ that our lake front 'ersonj F. Stalker Mr., Wfnstanley.; | matier, which.;makes.the minimum of complained' for the*successful--demon* th.'tosln ss"u seeks or aqt it" ,willal oufoO .,'f91' It goes without any;. qua 4, ;,''

'I v an be: rciclalmed,and deep water.btogght ,Dr.; 'Moore.John Anftman.JU Le./H. M.-Brat 12S cubic yards an. hour.: The stream stration of the work of the big dredg.seemed .I ways be *booster. forthr .bat f pouety lath tion Jn, Osceola county;;that,.th*,Valley ) to
t '* ton; 8. B. J.'M.' Hansell. J. to mil of future advantage .
; an omen '
.F:/:: ,&*>}'* vetar oon..1'bfeI. can M. Willsoo,;" :Jr.. A.'J. MacDonoag, R. |of I muddy? water:.entering' from 'the to the and a prophecy beet'"state In the ;UnioaU: At;' the.i Gazette i looms,"high. above eve/y other ..,,''....

', '. ;thtf: .withSnt) .veost;; 04.thedang r ez H. Lodlam; G.'MaeDoaough. and J.. front and shooting oat at the"side .was, of: *- wholecltYI J ron for Kissim- i same tin itls, M'sonrceof grfaij';s atts-1.,paper:'in',.7the, county '!iiT: erery .way.. r /xtf';

".,, , the work'will. . t". dr1rV. V.KlIJ'ke. Steady,and shot, ten.or.twelve feet from mee. <,. V\; t 1 I faction ,to ,'live ilbeit4"eri wliof *U.,:ThatsupmaeFwlHbe'melntaln.. & '.j.-.j.If' u
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1! ,." :', r I '\" ':' , . .. at the New St. Cloud hotel Wednesday the Park getting his land cleared ak4: erring this .
-i, : = __ _.,..............;.tI,: \ .:-J ,....."' .. 'J' "' ,- -_. .. .. .. afternoon Mrs Simms had 'chargeofthe for t.,. e|paper; who'are riot;
;'.,.. : .. ., the purpose'of'planting grapefruit and I 'reguhl.is r ber;', must enot: think'% : I at: kfi\ '
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program. ,was. oranges. He has sent for his son, and , '

,. I '_ ,.. '-.. singing of "Joy to the World" by, the ss loon as he cornel the doctor Intendsto : the uenticAf: it publish )4ratV'. k "

-- -; - ,"- .;" "club' followed by the repetition of, the build on his beach front lot,.north of ma Jthet 1e'subscriPtjoiirpiue it'i. '..

.. 23rd Psalm,In concert, led by Hiss Kin, Mr. RigganThe ,;as '.
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; :#-A.:: planting of potatoes on the prairie -. ,
._ = writte hile'at San Jose Costa Rica( has been delayed a little on accountof of Countyacquaurling L: uoneri for i.-e.. pUrposeo'

of a Christmias In the tropics. It was the excessive and \'
frequent rains '
\ tbat{ i With the
very interesting. Miss MaudKinney were ''due last October, but which are manr advantage

Happy New YearFToAllF gave a talk on Christmas Carols, and materializing about this time. We un- and -op]. i this town and county oft

then played a v.ri"old one and a modern derstand that the planting will. commence the ho The paper win be mailed
and children's carol while r |
one a ,
next week when a big fore of: few we 'to
Mrs. Dr. Gibbs them. Little Lil-! person whose ;is
sang men will be put to work so as to finishit name given

.- lie Dann sang: a Christmas song to her in a few day. us, and th old desire to receive it .

dolly and afterward ptayed Jack The prairie land owned by Messrs': tHreaf regularly

I Frost" on the piano. A duet by Misses Stowers Dunne, Paige Houck Sund- ,' '|we ,would. be glad to put

Glenn Gill and Harriett Bar.tlett was macher, Sanford, Crawford, Baker and them on fur pi 'ption list at the regular

well received and ended the pro&ram.Mrl. : Migg Carpenter is ready for the plantingnow I rates.

':' ....... Mosher kindly invited the club to i i.,}j \ .

meet with| ) hejr again the first WednesdaC A well I. being bored now on Dr. Phillips' -

/ in January. beach form lot by Mr. MacCallis- ,

.. te, who has just completed a well on
We regret Very much to announce
Mr. Kloer's land near theastern boun-
Kissimmee Furniture Co.HOLIDAY the death in Denver, Col., of Mrs. W. dary of the Park.

r G. Krape, of Runnymede. While Mrs.
The
grapefruit and
oranges were
Krape lived, at Runnymede she was a ,
picked in the McCool grove this week .
l frequent visitor to St. Cloud and by and. were shipped out on Wednesday. \ ..
tier endeared herself .
sociability to many
t
Mr David Wilson of Louisville Ky..
of our citizens. She was buried at
one of the first settlers In the Park, died .
-, .. ,- = Freeport, 111., Dec. 27. We extend our
last week and was buried in the Kissim-
sincere sympathy to Mr. W. G. Krapeand d
mee cemetery. thank the
to the doctor and his wife. W people
I Messrs. Sundmacher & Creek pronriptnn -

I n' th.... ....._... ...m,.,m ,_____. \\f la and adjoining
r-----n -- - -- """. "'''''u
Dr. and Mrs. Hyre and Miss Nevalarge ;
orders coming In fast, and since! the hol- ou for their;
BARGAINS OF left Wednesday for Springfield, generous
idays are over when help was scar'.e,
Mo. They intended to remain here for patronage Tl
they expect to get; the orders out OJQ iristmas trade and
the winter, but a real estate transac- '

Florida HomesAND tion railed the doctor north very much time. : month of lecei were the banner
Mr. Riggan marketed hill Irish potatoes 1
against his will. They will return here
next fall.Misses. and reeceived a very good price for ones of ourVuiiour xperience. While

= them. stock \ \
so
INVESMENTSBROWN = The rooms above the general store are hat depleted we
Katherine Bearden, Marie
now ready for occupancy and Mr. Fair- till have aiffimand
kissimmee to meet all de-
Boyd and Morme Dann, of ,
f banks reports every room engaged for I

FARM. This farm contains 40 acres located \$ mile from were St. Cloud visitors on Wednesday.Mr. : the lAtter end of this week. This ac *, and ve h'r a continuance

railway station less than 200 yards from school and church. : commodation together with the mealsat
About 15 acres in cultivator fenced hog tight, 25-acres of fine citrus and Mm. Moon;;, of Midland, O. the of your patnna
fruit land, 15 acres of Rood about dozen Enge hotel will! give visitors a
trucking land
one splendid spent ,the holidays with Mr. Moon's .
t large bearing orange trees, of flOOd variety. Medium stables. 4-room sister Mrs. Minnie Wright of St chance to stay in the Park over night. With mazy th and a HappyGifts /!
frame house 2 fireplaces 2 porches Price $1600 time on half if Mr. Nelson is building a home on his I
>
i desired. Cloud. New Year toil Il!, '
10-acre tract at the back end of the timer -
KEENE FARM. This place contain 20 ar..s.! comparatively level I
5 .. land rich dark gray ash soil with fine chocolate sub-soil; 16 acresin Mrs. Carrie Engel; wife of Col. CarlEngel :' line, which is to be occupied by his .,
cultivation stumps all out but two 4 acres on one corner timberland son and family as soon as it is finished. Z ,
nicely set to grass. Fenced hog tight running water through died Dec. 26 at 10 p. m. Mrs. Bayview/ Gardens. under the care- I j

I it. Five-room box house, 2 porches, good stables sheds, 3 pain bin., Engel came here from Detroit a few ful supervision of Mr. Barnds. are getting I
one deep and one open well about 2 acre of orange grove in bearing weeks ago not feeling well and continued -
besides grapefruit Japanese persimmons, plums peaches and pears to get worse until her decease on in such shape that the Park peoplecan ..-,'
C fine line of live oak trees in front with a few Chinese umbrella trees, see the possibilities of KissimmeePark
Several maples and a few pine, several nice large shade trees in the Tuesday. Her remains were taken to land when placed under proper : ,

front yard a beautiful palm 2 magnolias, some crepe myrtle rosebushes Detroit, her former home, on Thursday care and work.
2 grape arbors chicken house and chicken yards and a beau- morning.
tiful place for an ideal home. About one mile from the city limits. -- This last week Mr. Potts' mules did
;, Will introduce purchaser+ (0 owner with whom they can deal direct on not run away. This is such an unusual -,--
this farm.PEGHORN. Alfred Dunlap and wife from Columbus thing to chronicle that we were wonder- I ,

PROPERTY. We have 278 acres of good land good soil 0.. and Mrs. Edna Olney and Rev why had
ing It not happened. We find
; well adapted to farming and citrus fruits. About 200 acres Chistman, of Centerburg, 0., are here
fenced 15 acres in cultivation 2 acres of bearing orange grove and for the winter and that Henry the colored man, has been
are
stopping on
some young trees coming on, 6-room house, store building on the corner using the mules for plowing, and when
'
I of the place. The building is rented for 1912 for $200, payable Kentucky avenue be gets through/: Mr. Potts will be ableto and Siivenirs
monthly in advance. School house 100 yards from the residence on handle his mules
with
the land. Considerable saw timber and lots of tie timber of value on Earl Baxter, of Washington D. C.. any kind of ve-
the place about 25 acres of valuable for fence hicle.
; cypress timber posts, n
former editor of the St. Cloud Tribune, ,
telegraph and telephone poles. This is a about 2 Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Pittsburg
miles from a town of 2500 people. lye miles from railway junction Smile is spending his vacation at his home in Pa., who own fifteen acres of prairie In Hand-PaitW CHim

to church, good neighborhood on a well traveled road. Price,$25 St. Cloud. land and a beach front lot have rented I+
per' acre. Favorable term. of payment. J
TEN ACRES of land just across the road from the above. Fenced the Cahill home on the beach front. and Wood and Mither
"
and cross fenced, all In cultivation, 71 acres of excellent citrus Mr., Williams ,left Tuesday for Oklahoma are moving. in this week

fruit land with about 21 acres of bearing grove, mostly grapefruit, where she was called by the illness i . CORRESPONDENT. I
some, tangerines and a Rood variety of oranges: 2k acres of extraor- of her' daughter., Her : .
dinary fine trucking land...good stables grain bins, wagon house and many I Indicate'd'-4degrpe
sheds, 2 wells 3-room house. Price, $1500 on favorable terms of pay friends regretted to see her leave the mercury below zero

ment. The orchard will pay a big interest on the amount without the community.T. this morning and no hope of warmer l

balance of the farm. weather until about April 15. After:; We have a large assortrrj
PINEHURST HOME. Here we have a house of 4 large rooms witha reading valuable' | Nov ties intinted
rear porch, front porch and a veranda fronting the east. Beautiful C. Roberts and Mr. .Reynolds of your paper I have sentit Cornwall Wood, polished and- ,
view of the lake, overlooking the town located on the highest ground St. Cloud', spent the holidays at Gulf- to my friends, and I find that manyare Rough Wood Nut and
near Kissimmee. A splendid deep well of good water, nice young port and' St. Petersbug, Both report desirous of being in a more moder Boxes I Boo Racks,
pine trees .urrounding the plaqe Prettiest place to live in the cour- fine time. ate climate Very respectfully Napkin Rings, Stamp and eather
haviug a
try. Fronting on Hudson avenue just outside the city limits. Nearly "E. U FRENCH .
300 feet of ground goes with this place, plenty of room for a nice orange tf '
grove, chicken yards and gardening. The house on this place is The New Year's reception and dance Goods in a wide variety of an rices.
all nicely screened and has 5 nice large closets. An ideal place to live. When
Wake Nick. want
Up you something nt"
i Price $1250 on easy terms of payment. given/: at the New St. Cloud hotel Mon- 0 keep
Nicola Naumoff the Russian, who
No. SCHNEIDER FARM. This farm contains 120 acres locateda day night was a grand success One or to send away you'll fird I it
has just reached the of 21, having
beautiful large clear lake, which is connected with 6 or 7 other hundred people were present and every age I
lakes artificial canals. Some murdered an Insured; fiancee for a seductive
by of the finest rich muck land for farmIng had fine time.
on the place, fine lot of hammock land with hard oak timber a one a countess In romantic Venice.
,- deal of for -".- has 'In his related bow
great mast hogs. This is high pine land with considerable confession
saw timber. One orange trove of 9 acres about one dozen splendid A Union \\ etch Night; service was thl. 'notorlous dame had a little way

'4, I ,grapefruit trees 6 tangerines, balance good variety of oranges. This held in the M. K. church Sunday night. of extinguishing her cigarettes on bis
is a 'thrifty, healthy j grove in good condition. Another grove of about bare flenh-Just to see' him wince' as
8 acres, most of which is grapefruit. Over a carload of grapefiuiton Five ministers occupied the pulpit. she loved him best when be suffered Mrs. E. L. arseDRES
ri this grove at the present time, besides a fine lot of oranges* and tan- Rev Porter of the Baptist. church.. I 1

... Several more acres of land ready to plant to grove, 3-room preached the sermon and quite a good/: '"

house, stables large log Darn. Beautiful place for a home, 41. miles number stayed to watch the new Ancestor of the Dog. I. '
foom a town of 2500 people, 21 miles from railway station. Price year It Is supposed by some that the little

1 $12,500 $2500 cash, balance $1,000 per annum payable in Ft>February n. wolf of India' was the original ancestor .
Y each year with interest at 6 per cent. These groves properly managed
should make all the deferred and of the dog. lla the only' wild
payments support a family be-
beside leaving the balance of the farm for other purposes A fine PASSES 'EM ON animal' possessing the salient f

opportunity to grow wealthy from a small outlay of cash to start with. brow, or crest of the dog The ete-I'

'i Owner is a non-resident and would accept some good Kansas property wolf| has not only 1 the dog's eyebrow ,
'I as part pay.PINEUALE.. Minnesotan Spreads News About crest, but all the canine characteristics '

: We have several fine 2, 5 and 10-acre( tracts of land in Kissimmee Among Neighbors.The and none of the characteristics
Pinedale. Finest of suburban property near Kissimmee. Land of the wolf
,
lies high, overlooking the town and lake joins the city limits. Anideal following flattering letter has

w'f place for poultry business and growing orange groves, giving been received from Mr. E. '
D
$ splendid neighbors. Prices from $250 to $375 for these 5-acre tracts. deputy collector of internal revenue, in Generally the trouble with a man 1

Favorable terms of payment. Minnesota. This is the time of year who doesn't get anywhere Is that he i I FIE STATIC(

PARK GARDENS. Park Garden located) only a little over a mile when folks who live in the frigid north has not enough confidence In his judgment i I
iQ, from the city limits has the county boundary on the west a beautiful read of Kissimmee l and its surrounding to bet anything on It. EXGKAVL
stream of water on the north and Lake Tohopekaliga on the east. I 111(1
-- u Better
Thid is fine bottom land on which excellent flowing wells can be s->- country in the'Valley Gazette and wish I

cured there now being about one dozen wells in operation; land the they were here Mr. French tells of CALOMEL IS DANGEROUS STAMPING

,-' very finest rich soil capable of growing 3 crops per annum. These one way in which the Valley Gazette isexceedingly Service BOO' 1
lands can be had in 5, 10 or 40-acre( tracts as desired. No better land :
f4, in Florida. One year's trucking on these lands should pay several I valuable as an advertising Is a Powerful Chemical Made From Mercury I in
times the present price of $100 per acre on favorable)/ terms. One well medium. In many instances every issue ' ARTIST'S, ;YOR'S ODd

"ry on this property carries the water up In the pipe more than 10 feet is read by several. people and a great -People Should be.Careful. I .. DRAFTSJIKiilATERIALSFor.
high. There were 900 acres of Park Gardens, of which about 600 Supplying
many p ople have thus learned of Kis- The only sure way to avoid the danger
acres hav4 .been sold. The producing power of these lands is very t
d simmee who would not otherwise, have of calomel is to take no calomel.
great and;no question about.the intrinsic value of this property; haves
r loading :station 3 mile from this land. known of this favored land. The'letter Dodson's Liver-Tone a vegetable Your SpO RTIN

DAME{* FARM. This beautiful suburban farm lies just outside the follows: liquid of pleasant taste more than takes )DS

f, i1;. city ilmit., can drive right off the hard marl road onto the property .Internal Revenue Service, its place. Where calomel shakes Wants I
;. /'van stand on the front porch and look down Main street. This you .. INIRS, ETC.
f't location Is very valuabl.i giving'flne\ high school privileges, churches, "District of Minnesota, up and shocks your liver, Dodsbn's

J>>,. markets etc.; nR orange tree., several Japanese persimmons "Deputy Collector's Office, Liver-Tone mild but effective builds ... EVERYTHING FOR .
.t-:.; ; ab kinds of beautiful ornamental shade around the house, 6- "St. Cloud Minn.. Dec. 26, 1911. up and strengthens It "livens up the ., FICE : ,

9a .' ..ii room frame house with porch in front and around one aide, 3-room "Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissim liver." PRINTING BINDING, LIT'G HIND
: 4.?; <: ,servant house,,good bone barn cow barn chicken yards and chicken '
r hou../good deep well and one surface welL .This Is an ideal proposition mee, Fla.: It BBayoe aken"w u any restrictions .

r worth' >45OOr, owned by a non-resident., "Gentlemen-Find herewith P. O. O. of diet or Habits. You can give it. 45-49 W. Bay St.: J onvipe
ye.'i ?
4 ,,; for $2.00 for subscription for the years to your children with fine results. ; Fla,;
-
1911 (put) and 1912. Get a bottle at the Kisaimmee Drug

i1)) ? ;, ..NELSONREALTY: COMPANY "I am greatly interested in your Co. and:if it doesn't da all that you I'.

s 'v\.R'-)+ : "*,.. 'KISSIMMEE -FLORIDA country, and have a sfnalj holding in think it .ought-if it doesn't make bH- -* .
'
: ; the St. Cloud colony?, wbichj hope 1 tons ,spells mere trifles-If !It doesn't!

'< ', 'L, ,5 t.\ 'may'occupy 4s'soon oat am'able.to getaway "Ii yen up your liver" your money will '
k. }
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from this'.frozen country The Awaiting for you. J it's' in the Gazett

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,+" 4 Silver[ lntAftsbni.! Experiments- are 1 Sett Man of JndustryQ.find..Opportunities "Afore ft About jtist like a Wheelbarrow'' - I'.w'

Honda, Agricultural Static to.Succeed in This State.

[By JOHN:M. Scorr.] Every citizen 'of Florida will most : : ', ,".. .:,
L ware 'The,feeding .xp.rlm.ntegiven)nib heartily endorse the following state..; '
'
J D, meet made, recently by a .f.
bulletin were carried on b.twe prominent 1' M
camber, 1910, and August, 19\ 4 gentleman from Jacksonville, when in- iltPAgL aT' ',, :-- .-. ,
COD teryiewed.by a Pennsylvania "" $
.' T- would not be correct however't newspawper ,
; : '
t 'obtained frOm'eec > as
r pare the result t .
.
(ingt.stcarried, ''on during the mte fThe.eyes'j, of the world today are .
Florida, the Peninsula
upon
with one conducted during the cur mel state This
A Experiment: No.'1."The first ri is no idle statement. Any person acT' .::1;

ment :was begun en,December 13, < 91pad I quainted'with.tue homeseekers' and investors' .
'
"I; Nothing has ever been found lasted '.Ixt-daya.;3'cloing 'on] II. .movements in this country will - 4 '-' a '
4
In this experiment tb,testify to this. Thousands of settlers __ w
that lends the same air of aristocracy ' ruacy.11..,1911.
tcf the home as' pigs were divided Into five lots of fie,from .every section of ,the North and

.'. pigs each, as nearly equal in quality ani 4 West are Crowding into Florida as they \ ;
SILVERWA.REOur
]j never crowded into section before
weight as possible. The pigs in t orIeince
stock is the most complete and were fed velvet beans In the pod; L [: the phenomenal rush of Easternarh .
e1, to the gold fields west of the Rock- '
comprehensive collection of this beautifulwar.e were fed equal parts by weight of ''os a half century and See this Great Portable
beans In the pod and green Japan Ii i s more ago. 'In-
south of the I large Eastern cities. We yet '. tor* from all
of 1 p over this country are Outfit to
cane; Lot III-were fed one part Before ou Bu/ .
have searched the world's markets Sand vet beans in the pod,and two part! of( erring their savings into Florida lands

hav \.THly BEST. .- Japanese cane; Lot IV were fed j|I.. .alizing as they do that the prices ofnese I i A Stationary Engine '
lands are jumping with <.
/ anese sane only; Lot V were fed eqftl every '.
,y/ lyt.t. Solid Sterling Silver. Tea 'Set -fiver parts of velvet beans and sweet pots' am, and that safety and profit are un- j is an engine that can be used for practically t, f

pieces, plain design $90.00. toes. At the beginning of the exp.< i Iterably combined into one. HERE light; power requirement, with equal tuccesi. ' "

'r Set-4 ment the pigs in Lot I weighed "There is a reason for all this. What I run all kinds of light machinery as well as ,
Solid Slyer After Dinner $40.00 pieces pounds; ,Lot II weighed 230 pOund.; t: lit? I it will pump water, andis the best engine to use for .
reamer, sugar and tray III weighed 235 pounds; Lot IV weigh' "Florida is the winter garden of the spraying, operating cbuntry water, supply and electric .

s fcdwich Plates, solid silver$15 up. 215 pounds, and Lot V weighed 2 *rld. It promises more to the man ot I lighting systems, etc. The Usefulness of . 1
'Y
,
$15
r Solid silver,
Bread Trays, up.
pounds During the sixty day. Lot lilustry to succeed than any other state The Ferro Portable Power Plant
: Salad Bowls, solid silver, $20-up. lithe Union. Ten I
acres, lowed
: Boh Bon Dishes solid silver, $20 up. gained 25 pounds; Lot II--gained 4.' in Florida, can be properly made is multiplied by mounting it on wheeled skids, so that one 91
'., solid silver $12 pounds; Lot III lost 7.7 Povnds; Lot 1 more ," and it from }
.: Sugar Baskets, up. ptductive of wealth than ISO acres in person may easily quickly move one job to
I
lost.61 pounds, and lot V gained 12. another. '
';" ,A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes, pounds. /' I IIt th North or \Vest. Florida is the most Come in and see this outfit-one on hand for demonstration -

.;,styles Ind for all uses. will 1C ..en' from these weight deghtful state in the Union to live in. 1 It will put you' under no obligation to buy a
It is a state of perpetual sunshine, ,
j'' ", engrave all silverware, when desired free of cost The that heaviest none of the loss'piamade in weight large was gains.with, wbre the winters are mild and pleas- I whatever. Catalog free for the asking./

I have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Pluslatw'are Lot IV, which was fed Japanese cane suitor outdoor work or recreation and j 'GEO. N. SAUNDERS, BOAT BUILDER S ', ,
for We need not be surprised that the summers made delightful by the ., .
Platt engraves like Sterlingand is guaranteed only. I Aftst for "FERRO" Msrtse sol StatloaAry Esflses
the bigs did not make a gain during rezee from the coasts. Florida. is a
-fort ears. FOOT OF BTEWAR11 1va. KISSIMMBB'FLORID, :
this feeding test. The analysts of Jap- Ue of :unequaled healthfulness a I .
1 fts Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, anese cane shows that it contain a very tar where conditions point to happi- \

f lectroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Sou- small amount of protein, 1.37 per cent. icsiand prosperity. I -
Umbrellas Since these quite small averaging "he opportunities for a man of
pigs were
enir Spoons;Silk -:- -:- : I
k ,r orders.- about 45 pounds per head and irk and industry Florida are al- SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIES'We
are especially equipped to care for all mail Our since protein Ifs indispensable for the without a limit. It is no idle talk ,
stook i complete new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line development and growth of young animals a that a man can take ten acres of can supply you for immediate shipmentBEANS

.''tile legitimate business houses. it will be seen that Japanese cane elected land in Florida, where the ::. PEAS OATS RYA

I doenf not sufficient bone and mus- sables and fruit mature when theIt
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED supply Most complete line of Poultry Supplies, Harden
cle-pVoducing material to make the necessary prices are highest and make and Field Seeds in Florida,
,: fe are members of the Tampa Trade Extention: Association growth. Even Lot III, which n nly a comfortable living, but a WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE I + +,
fare of shoppers, subject to the rules of the '
fund the visiting
was fed one part velvet beans and two h me yearly competence, provided Tile Ildlll Sees 20. Eo 1sT th "
+ nization.Til HlI"I.I", L A. MARTIN &COMPANY
parts Japanese cane, lost in weight during S ihlnds are located near a local mark JACISOIJllL1flA.

V V the sixty days but the loss was not dequately equipped with trans- -
BO great as with the Japanese cane p bn facilities, such as competing

only.: The velvet beans in, this case, ra s and steamship lines. Yes, he NHNNNNNNNNNNNNNMNNNYNNNTerms

Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. supplied some protein, but apparentlynot Cillo inks a competence that will abso- : Per Course $50 to $80 ,Send for Descriptive Literature ,
lu Freak the fetters of
sufficient for the needs of the animals wage-slave-
'
,, "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" f ry ealth-wrecking toil. Butandma SPE.CIALSCHOLARSHIP I ,z t

p Local and Long Distance Phone 698 Experiment No. 2.-The second expe- fell this statement-in buying t
f Flo da lands whether with the hope FREE
riment began on March 21. 1911, and =
+ 410 FRANKLIN STREET closed June 16,1911-lasting ninety days. of saying them yourself or for the

i ipa ,' .. Florida The pigs used in this experiment were pur of realizing profit on the in- To anyone organizing club of four (exclusive of the

divided idto four lots of five pigs each. yes it, be guarded by three princi- organizer) we will give 'a free scholarship, or S M 'i

r,1f 1-81 The pigs of Lot I were fed shelled corn p.es ;f fusiness prudence: To any clup of five scholarships we will give each a : n

only; those of Lot II were fed equal Buy only from a reliable = Ten Dollar cash discount. This offer is not good rS ++

parts of shelled corn and cull velvet Fiori tome company or corporation, S after January 1st, 1912. $ '
beans; Lot III were fed shelled corn, offic >y Florida men, capitalized by
cull velvet beans and shorts, equal part. Flori loney, managed by men who I = -
Mount Yernon Business s
+ of each; Lot IV were fed equal parts of know Ida and have the best JDterte College -

shelled corn and cull velvet beans, and est. 0 state as a whole at heart- : Franklin Square Building v 4(
all the green sorghum the pigs would a com progressive in its methods : TAMPA Phone.9-8-5 FLORIDA e >

egetable Growers eat. The feeding oh green sorghum began yet eo alive in its dealing and ob- -............................................-...................._.., "..., : 3.s4 "'
on May 9, 1911. The cull velvet ligatio Avoid the get-rich-quick
beans used in this experimentwere the land oter who is promising you ,

Banner ,.Crops refuse taken from the seed velvet beans tabulo With In every acre, prosper-

: The beans were first run through a bean It'y wit l work, a flowery bed of ease
| eaR; ; huller to remove the hulls, they were and lu without .effort, a crown

4 rida are made with IDEAL FERTILIZERS. The formulas have then run through a screen of 3-8 inch wlthou ross. Beware of the titles .
FOR SALE OR TRADE r
'" i Jen created through actual field work and exactly meet the needs of mesh. The beans that passed throushthe of such Ids as they offer. Accept 1

G grower Why not get the Beet. especially as it is the Cheapest? screen were considered as culls. their gu tee only when vouched for
i ; These consisted of immature, shriveled by 80m eliable bank or trust company I

'Ideal Vegetable Manure Ideal Celery Fertilizer and broken beans. After feeding in ,

Peruvian Vegetable Manure Ideal Lettuce FertilizerW. the morning the feeds for the evening "Seco Buy Florida land, for fruit IJ
$25,000.00 worth of the Capital Stockof
meal were weighed out and put in soak and
+ & T. a Special Mixture No. 1 Ideal Tomato Fertilizer ye le growing, only on the
Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure Ideal Bean Special until the night feeding, and so on. fringe of ig local market, accessible the Citrus Southern Railway Com ,
Recce's.Special Fertilizer for Watermelons At the beginning of this experiment, by good d roads, therein enabling R rl I
the pigs in Lot I weighed 291 pounds; you to et your product* at the pany-Cheap. M

I Call on our local representative I Lot II weighed 266.6 pounds; Lot III maximu aces and at the minimum ..
j weighed 27-1.6 pounds and Lot IV J. J. BROPHY, ,''t, t4
I Waters & Carson Grocery Co., expense. ]nhat does it profit a man to l
or address | weighed 265.6 pounds. During the ninety raise a th<8find dollars' worth of ,,,J. Orlando, Fla.T' } 5.y
I days the pigs in Lot I gained 115.6 ery or lettie\ or strawberries, for Instance

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER. CO. i pounds; Lot 11, 78.4! pounds; Lot III, onjtt, to five acre' of ground

Jacksonville, Ma. j 1116 pounds, and IV, 108 !pounds. -which isffcng done ever> si-ason in
I j Experiment No. 3. -This was carried Florida by lire and scores of her new
{ on with 17 head of pigs. At the begin I citizens-ifljber raising the. pioilurt-
ning of this: experiment the
pigs were they must jfrish on his hand tor the
about three months of age. The 17 pigs lack of ,
prone or marketing :
transportation

kiECIAL.tIOLDAY RATES weighed being 34.7.590 pounds The feeds the were average equal weight partsof facih-I v"Third ? The ROLL BASS MARKET <,

lands onb in ti-rnturv"
shelled corn and shorts by weight, -
PRACTICAL already proijhighpriced to bu adapted to tin Bearden Buildink Block from
and about pouuds of milk per day per Depot'
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DRAU C head, together with all the 'ket crops lum.N -u'l'
$ green sorghum
# they would eat. The experiment able tables for lands citt ruits as well a- t.-g.- Fresh) ( Florida of nil I kinds. nd
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he midst of MEATSOne
u.uu-tiv.<'
closed September 22, 1911 after lasting of homes a 'churches and 'liuof| amiVoMern 1 t .... s1 10 ,;10 r
114 day's, at which time the pigs weighed
Corner Main and Monroe, Jacksonville. Branch of the GREATEST 2462 Plant your Fl| 'la ho'me-whether t >u
pounds an
or average daily gain shall Occupy i ittMa! year or next year.or ,):, POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH .
system of Business Colleges in I the orld-22 years' success, 150,000 of nearly one pound. five or ten hrs from h.
Experiment No. 4.-This began July today w r. Phone Orders and Free
-iUi/.liui/
ii-mi
More than 100 high-grade instructors. Contracts you can SJ't
combine
graduates. givento three elements lOt
18, 1911, and closed August 29 19
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graduates POSITIONS or REFUND MONEY. Indorsed successful exisfece'that I haN-H n- De hrtryu\ at v part of the. Cily. Phone 189
secure lasting 43 days. The 10 pig. at the beginning

by more Florida.. and Georgia Bankers and other business men than of the experiment weighed 990 ity.tioned-health."--Times- ppiness and pro*pi-r- e es
ALL OTHER Florida and Georgia business colleges combined. We pounds,.averaging 99 pounds per head. n. - -- -- -- .

also teach BY MAIL. Cataleptic FREE.A. The total weight at the close of the ex- t'

H. JAMES Manager, Jacksonville, Fla. periment wasj! 1329 pound., making* a Adele to\ Vawyers. Distance ,'+_ .5 4
47-St total gain! of 339 pound., or an average To a counsel 296
gutDg before him atcourt
- daily gain per head in 43 days of nearly Clerkenwell (1Cg,) county AdvertisingLong ,
eight-ienth of a pound. The feeds Judge Edge reniaked: "Let me tell ,
given were shelled corn and all the green you a story O case 'In which scoun.el

S. S: BUZZ & SON sorghum the pigs would eat. Mellor. 1 1 aPPe bad -ukfl.T Before my strongest Mr. Justice ar- is saying the right thing '

I'11menu, and thl tng I was not con at the right time ,

Concrete Big Bargain In Home. _1'1nclJtg' him I WI weak
Cement and a afterward< \;some r. Justice Mellorsaid argu- in the right way r .
Splendid new six room house, just inside to me: Now rR'
Work of all Kinds city limits fine Edge, don t put .
deep well, lot conta.n too.much water make ;,
in ur brandy.-- a preparing rti'r
two. acres of
ground, good new Conducting ,.
literature and campaigns for Js
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY barn, wagon, and buggy sheds, and all I Land Companies, Boards Of Trade, Municipalities t I Ot
under good, new fence. Fine location Prospect P k Lots. Individuals '. ti.
and '
Mil)Bette Street for Small track garden or poultry aanch. J .1 4 a, ,
Residence Phone 58 This ta a fine proposition where you We have two o( o most desirableProspect ... 1 ;o
office Phone.132 near DiUingham Ave., will have the freedom, .of the; country, and bert lotated lots
i. .- yet close'enough to enjoy aU the adran- she 60x135 feet Park GLENN-REAGIN ADVERTISERS .
tapesolI the city; such a< splendid high' firing for each fhich we are of- }1 ,
school, best markets churches .: a abort Urn for $110 each.
etc; '
= ; lt'sjnlhe Gate.s Price 1600.. H. M, &REAKBX.: & Co' Call on to if You wanta , FLOBJ
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O. WRIGHT i In M : r -( l !/ 'FOR YOUR i slats Iath..pits,,
fr.i- TPastr.
MAKE NO MISTAKE'Ship I'I'l' ---:. el\tI.Y\Mr"'tV, ; PHYSICIAN tend SUadEON' 1 'brick| firs' plaster. hair, cement/., ,
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brick fiire clay PI. '
from Chicago .
4' .Re-' ca 4 Office ;Dsceola':Pharmacy re)
Gives Out facts orer j tet"Pari'J foundation blocks, In' .
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'' to the old reliable heafo) of their 1\ttla\ Residence 63. fact anthing'ou want i in.attiS1
Drainage:Engineer. : nor They located PHONES* }oojca4fc. ., ,.| / 1 >cial atone.. '- ; -i

' H.J= oft the I. I. Fund of the th /Orlaedo road. ,,:.: Let me 1Igur.1rltb.10 on sione'houses.
S. H. & E. -r Prices and
':' '" right every
10 ,go care could do, I'f ;
Florida!, composed of Albert thing' '' '
guaranteed ,
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uTILI.M.D.e. ailed '. '
el: borne to # '
1st, governor; A. c: 'Croom, w I.'WJNNrPHYStCIAN, ; .n.- .. ... '
COMMISSION 1 8 ionths and 10 da \ DICKERSON.
; W. V. Knott, treasurer; -
s and wii, laid to rest ''in ; 'l'1I08t.a.M.' ''I"
ammell.] attorney general, .
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ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT \ commissioner of agricul lasi I "f\l\ 1day :. Broadway and Midland R.;R, '
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>.lIon.1 wilt to thank the PHONE 33) KISSIMMEB.
.recently. ,had their, attention! ProlC.1I7. 7 FU> II A. ,,;. Phone.141 i
-1It a false and slanderous ..report for their kindness.- -
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i, PINEAPPLES 'YEGETABIISSoutbeVn u.ued : :: I ., circulated concerning through the employ certain SUh( tiny a Hi tie to be break a 1 t tjo .G. THOMASON F Trand .ter Ner .etalla.&Ao.A j I

J. O. Wright chief drainage Ol' how can I r.Ao-
as -
; !The beautiful gift PHYSICIAN SURGEON TILLER: ,
Shipping No 50 I in charge of the reclamation. "
Wet! I put you Real Estate
Agency.
Phones 74 and 8. Residence, J26
"or' bud
li 319 WASHINGTON. STREET, reports state Imply that the My tender ,
with while the dew of t 1..N .....N\aN..pyp
conspired Wright :V'th !
IId.rnetl: CORNER JAY STREET B. D. WIENENGA t
r y Act.. rc.tlo..1 ..-- by the United States yet, Realty bought and sold... .
of agriculture to investi ,, \nd yourblossom VETERINARIANSTOCK : Houses rented.
B.ak ..4 .IIMIT' Kindly write for stencil if nt'ed
i a.tiliAge.cl.s. M -- make a report on the drainage' [pow,. shall I shall I TREATED FOR Taxes paid and Titles verified .,
; -SOIJCITING AGENT WANTED that if he, Wright, \\ a favorable report, that Pbone car Accident .
Fire Life and Insurance.
)ly babe ORLANDO FEA.
182
LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE would him a position syo I'booe
DOES : give To the angels' .- t
drainage engineer at a greater 4 IndemnitUftfV'V'V bonds. .' _.
be was receiving from the And this I. the end .' N. L. BRYANt .. .
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Of waiting
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..-. or statement Sug ortly my little funeral DENTIST

that there was any any understand And empty arms Squires Building The Home Bakery Man !
:New York Avenue
to the character oj
Wright as. .
is a world
he would make Is absolute); This weary world that he CLOUD FLORIDA
Elite Hotel Takes this opportunity to thank
without any foundation what ,Would I waken him J. W. SIMPSON the good! people of this city for :

rest their liberal patronage and would
a leading to Mr.> For its sorrows I IFscaped DENTIST.Upstairs also take this means to say that

' RESTAURANT in the employment drainage are district these was: crej are its ; In Katz Building. our limited facilities for making

The only path he l Y.a.. Qt. *o 12 m. goods will prevent (for awhile) our
Reasonable Prices land companies owninjj,I la! that which leans : HOURS: f r 1.30: be) 630p.> m. general delivery to all parts of the
t---- of land in ,the drainagi t Into the'arms of No. 76 Jun 5. iTr. 'city. Quality and variety.will b.
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I' EVERYTHING NEW AND UP- brought a suit in the federal! | maintained always. Our nice
prevent the collection of thf I } W. W. CARSON

Beaman Block tax. I what the DENTIST HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS

Phone 109 H. E. BRYAN, 31,' 1910. Wm. S. Harvp Also HOT BREAD I
Pearl Wtght, of Ne ffice over Cole's Jewelry Store
W. F. Coachman -of Jackson Their Unceasing Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 will/ be ready mornings and afternoons -
J. E. Ingraham of St. Ai- \! Office phone 158 and a nice variety of PIES

...................................................... .. representing the litigant land i; and Residence 23 and CAKE-Parties and Wedding .
met with the Trustees i1 I All the blood in a specialty.
WHAT IT MEANS through the kidneys (DERBYSHIRE MD..
for the of '
... t limy people do uot know what I Bunk i ('''1>1101 I" fur. or tbe pending suits purpose and provider comp minutes. The A. SMITH
J .'''''0.bank of little or nO capital and oi.e with I iari capital work and
r carrying on the drainw They night Special attention given to the DARLINGTON AVENUE
4 g A BANK'S" CAPITAL AND. hURPl.CB thy they remove treatment of Women and.
jry !I. the fond that protect.IbetlepoKltora from !In. therefore the larger !
= Greater protection the IrpoMlorn hive Tbl bank ha a conference a. comproniM pure matter daily Children. .

? I a:rplu.e\ "(:;::t ;> was' executed providing fur some part of this over Citizens Bank. PHONE :IS4
btockbolden liability '".mo. ,
.. .A total} of ... .. |-li"i.HK! 00 of the drainage tax. See eases and symptoms fjhpsnUtz4 p .
r,' i lemeaoa Ibai we moat lose 11l: .OOO.OO before our depoaltori of the Trustees, Vol. 8, piges headache,. VANS- AONEW W. ..CKAWFOBD
Bent This proleitlon la for YOU.
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.) rheumatism gout ANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
E STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE \ V of this agreement ream as the eyesight and
ii' : -oP- regular heart ATTORNEYSATLAWOfflcee BARBER SHOP

= K."t.. LO.'t1 ClA.E dropsy, deposits in
and
Drainage Commissioners :- 3.4-&-G CltUeoe Dank Building
E C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEEVlcePreiildent B. CAR i iI'you keep the
N. shall employ J. O. Wight Florida
= President of will have no trouble .Cold Drinks< & Cigars
............................................................ drainage engineer Mrs. J. L.
States, as drainage engi HOOK H. D. OCIOKB
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I have charge of such dranage simmee Fla, says Kissimmee,Fro '"1
OON &.GEIGER
IJoan'sKidney Pills
.the direction, supervision
of the Drainage C nmis- them very benefi<;. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

Trustees, and in ca..of In- remedy when '""

R. G. JOHNSTON secure his services, oro! his much bladder relief trouble that and I State Bank Building Kisslmmee. Florida Sprigg Fleming
or removal the Drainage
and Trustees shill em ommending it. I '
vV5'J. capacity a competentdrain- Kidney Pills can Y'T F. KR1BBS CLEANING '

FIRE of known skill andexper- Foster-Milburn For sale by all Co.de*> : ;: AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. PRESSING

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for the DYEING ,
.. agents .
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., Examination of Title a Specialy..
,. unanimously agreed at this Remember the REPAIRINGLeave '
that Mr. Wright, ?ixcause take no other. and payment of taxes' of i ; iV'
non-residents given careful (
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of the Ev'gladee, 't'
1 "!_ ._ ., .London Liverpool & Globe. Etna as a drainage eiglneer, One In attention. ., word at my house. and olo.will ,,, "' :I
!." be called lor.and returned. :
Jm Hartford, NorwlchUnion., and throughout tie coun A little music G. JOHNSTONATTORNEY. .
Dished by the
the best fitted for thli respon

other strong CompaniesPHONE of anyone availajle. The Judge - - Satisfaction Guaranteec. .

was tendered to Mr Wright Florida AT LAWKISSIMEEE.

246 PILLEY (' it. 'J bis trnsaction Upon receipt of 25 flORIDA-REAl- [STATE [fOR SAIL
Mr. ,
eleven months ater Gazette office a FLORIDA
had completed his t|"ort for will be mailed to Beautiful winter home sites situatsd
/ rnment. United States. We ir the Lake'Region o; Florida.
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C. MASSEY T. PICTOM WAItLOW
mars of Osceola Counsel for Judge of the Trucking and Farming Lands in larfi
this conference, net a single
to. I /glad to R. K. Comm. Criminal Court or small tracts.
been"spoken or wntcn by the ,of any kind. .
or any one of their, in refer I i- ASSEY & WAULOw" CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY

AreYou Going to Mr. JVrigh and he !
ATTORNEYS: AND COUNSELLOS List your property with me for quid
made applicaton to the LI I M I AT LAW salt.. 0
for a position of ary kind. in all the Court. of the !State and of
United States also tx fore the Florida Rail

( ; ). Croom Albert,W.Comptroler Gilchtet,; Gover-W. V. Healthiest Communion. and the Interstate. Commerce H. M., Breaker & Co ,

CHARLESTON, BLDO. ORLANDO FLA.
Park Trsnmell, At-
; \ 34 1 rr Box 178 KISSIMMEE PLA.
A' ; B. E. McLSi, Commis- JUST TEN MILES .
a I of d the State
Agriculture On the .
: L. :McCALL: :+IB'2'ERKirallsimmee': :

;:I. / NORTHERN W. S. HARWELL / .Jl

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s I II Farm, Grove > ESTATENotary Well IDrlllerIs ,

j I II WITti THIS Public at LargeOffice prepared to drillARTESIAN
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'P KISSIMMEE. FLA.STOPI. e
L :800st5'. : -- --- any section of Florida.9'en .
-'LIl1i11l' :: havJin town ++++++++ +
man we our
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\ good of tie town is the THE ;; ; ;; years ;ot successful Well
will the front of
always Set on Drilling is a Guarantee my
The U. Si: GoTernment has bought Neponset progressive ,and vvff on." G Ability to produce the best

Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often first one to eiend an open results I '

a million square feet at a time-for use at hand to gre the stranger OPEN -

home Alaska, Panama and the Philippinesthe him to th* best town in
if '
2.50 to 3.50 per see u you are going to build. TWO AND FOUR INCH
coldest as well a* the hottest climates. He.will respit an insult to Special by : make plane and erect any style of WELLS A SPECIALTY
as quickly a. &3 would a slur .
We make artificial
of the wearing qualities! .. our own -
Do IOU need stronger proof of his fa ily. He very W. TIUIIUI, hsi -
and brick, and are close dealers
that :NEPONSET Paroid Roofing "
and the satisfactl invites the chnnic croaker to +++++++++++ P. 0. Box 844Kissimmee. l
homeVe will give it. lumber. We aHsJjHBtacture' all .
Do want proof nearer ,
you' ." I
: He is ev* ready to give of
:: MonumentnRQWr
We will tell you where you can see a NEPONSET proportion tol vry public en- >, :Florida.NEW _

See how it looks, learn how Jong it has been on, and He talks up eir town at borne CONSTRUCTION CO
the owner has to say about it.NEPQNSET. 'I
and it the .best
'oelifes The ( Sproull} Ave.. and Midland. Ry I
j PAROID God's Iro a earth in which BOAT.uKISSIMMEEJ.
be buried here
desires to For trur-kera and ( I ,
dies. Let Js all try and be I folks who" want" to .
U aoU on proaBet pcoraite ,ida. Weekly f 1.00 ; & W000IIAMSurveying '
or .. man for one jeer and our little Iy 2ie. hood 1011 -will leave-
... NrlaaT FRO3i AtE ,
tatMasCT( PAJUMD W for tberaola / subacrlptlon. $""" ,
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/ ... aide ol bar_ atablee. poultry i root tad... of ... .._ud take on ne IIf. and improve .
S .,b..a...SaaaHsnra.V Slate.la coU. *. Cortaieai 110.. Ian Looks ala Ukenhiocles.1 lor artUtlc wan roofs Ilk*. .before[in fi history.-Lake-. THE I KISSIMMEE: PARK.,
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Fcw"1>realer ....._ ....... .... leraporarr Ntr..Sn WATLRFaO0F SOO Florida Av* .
"''.4 ....0.dl.g.h.l reqDIr.low-c rooonc. ..-...eMlOT use oader clapboards "Dally, eicept"Sundal, 11 .. m.Nand '
and -
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..eNU'ONSETRFDdtOrLR..IIaF par ". 5 Sundays 9:30 .. m. :;
"y .....ta...llaofr..id.ae.a.te. p. m ,
., row*bee Tioc..ta a.erect. ...ree.....ec tow*M pint t.rredOIL roofcac/ fir U' ..._ cold and .......b... What a Tji.Ur-. and 8pm.. *.>""":* r/ .
41 ;tvwUy-m revs. ......-1nI. Jrlaaoe >Xeav. KI"'IIdal1l.\ except
.Qv .. F.W.saD*ION Caat W..... Saajt.. Insurance the."twlat- Drafting s Sunday. 9:30 S ..'m.and 8:15 p m. .

a about amootbioncued Urrlfc to persuade emlaaary $1 i .or{$2.per A r : "-,t'c.SuDd yg.8.t 7;---'on.',-and-, '2.'p. .* m.6( M ;
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44..._tat MeaaUsfct. Bm au :
-r-SOLD airMAKINSON .. ..asat.rd ..I.
goer wllcy In a company: $57. .......... .
o. ... .. wolf ..... ; .. st w u't.. .
-If. ], :you ar 1IertecU7 onteaV> fl...........g...._ OmcKiN FIUTCBNITT. -$11b . --f -- < I
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I' '.f-.,' W.. B. COMPANY' thawtbe. rival eompany ....roD... ...... .. 2. ee t* .e4 Trb *.( "-*'.
ti 1itw v ....O..D4. j will t..... O.a.r "M..I IA M! KISSIMMBM FAK'P'L U . ;
!.. ,,K 8IMMBI.A repr.s.a.: ",. surely taJ yield.. G.ea,.hu. a ferdI._.... [ M E \ 7.;:if;DAyJ,,c.N.ht ' 'jot ,I ft' i

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Osceola.I County". or: elsewhere in Florida, and if found to be Good will ."_ ..


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D. JUDSOPresident' CAPITAL STOCK TOOMER & REYNOLDS, Gen, Counsel 1


EDWARD A. r NASH. Secretary $1OOOOO.OO V. R. JUDSON. Treasurer


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Bisbee Bid'g LEWIS O'BRYAN, ManagerKi..immeeBranch Kissimmee!

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l HOMES IN FLORIDA The Baby Show .:COLD IN CALIfORNIA .- "' --'-" ". .'..,' .

I ."' ,;: ,, : The management of the Kissimmee -. I. i

. ', ,\\I"fasy!": for Man of Energy to, Secure electric mentaVith theater the Divie has'just Amusement closed arrange t Com- Low Temperature Has Seriously .. .a ', "' .": : 'IV,; i I" :- ', . : '

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Here.
Competence pany to put on the Baby Show here in Damaged Citrus Jruits.

"The ease with which a new home connection with the moving picture It may not be altruistic to rejoice in *

can be made in Florida is almost impossible show. Expert photographers will canvass the afflictions of others, but if the af- 'While stock
of beliet, even when related In the the'entire city and photograph all fliction has come to the other throughno present .
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plainest and most positive language, to i the babies and school children free of fault of ours, and that affliction'"I
the people who have been crowding and charge. Watch for them.
brings us benefit, there is really no use
developing the West during the past The pictures will all be shown on the
in getting benefit-
grouchy over being
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thirty years," said a gentlemon in talking big curtain, ten feet in size. Not a ed I. 'Which little preachment is prelim-I lasts we are selling Y

to one of the numerous homeseek- child will be missed. Besides these reg- inary to the statement that Florida orange 4
en who lately arrived here seeking a ular pictures the kodak man will catch growers and packers are getting I

location I the pictures of many of the grown-up i a good deal of satisfaction out of the *
"Of course, a large portion of the I people on the streets when they least announcement that Southern California

land in the new colonies must be clear- expect it, and if the person Is in the baa recently passed through a cold snap
ed before crops can be cultivated, unl'ls ,, audience when his snapshot picture is > *
that threatens to do a great deal of
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one buys an improved place, but in I shown he will be given a present. damage to the citrus fruits ARIAN PAINTevery
a majority of Instances the timber Many special attractions will be add- *
Rumors of this kind are always received -
which must be removed furnishes ma- ed every night, and the management
with a few judicious grains of I
terial for houses, fences sheds, fuel promises the best entertainment ever
salt in Florida, until they are proven to I
and other essentials. given for the money in Kissimmee.In .
"The settlers.will find that throughout addition to the baby and home be true beyond the possibility of doubt.
In the case of the present report proof ( gallon guaranteed
hj the year he can plant for his use folks pictures, the company features its ,,I. seems to be growing that the cold was I ) i
and be
some crop that will mature special soloist, who sings'special illus-
i severe enough to injure the
ready for his table in ninety days. He trated songs each night. They also crop. b
will need but few and simple implements show the finest motion pictures, direct In view of the tact that this is almost 1

for cultivation of his lands. He service. certain to bring better prices for the the low of t''
can build his own house-If need be- The Dixie Amusement Company Florida product the people of this state at price r
fixed thana can hardly be expected to put on sack-
and bear more comfortably comes here well recommended as high:
man who goes West to live. In five iI \class entertainers, and we wish them cloth and ashes and gnash their teeth
should have won about it. In fact, to be perfectly
a resolute man success.
I, years a sufficient competence for the balance frank, there if a good deal of rejoicing, $1.50 I, per gallon
for the coldest weather that Floridahas I.
I of his life. .
Mr. ". W. Lavis.
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Every word of this is correct. Elon- had this winter has hardly touched

I r da possesses Innumerable advantage After many months of suffering Mr. the crop, and what damage has been
over the West for the homeseeker. It i Henry W. Lavis died at his home In done has really been a benefit by making (Excepting the Window Green I
column of a newspaper higher prices possible. The fates
would take many | West Kissimmee December 22, and was
r4" to begin to point out all of these buried that afternoon, the funeral being seem to be playing Into the hands of

- \ advantages. Those who have fried both | in charge of the U. 0. Howard post, of the Florida citrus fruit growers this

section are the one who know best. which be was a member. year .
All of the buyers who operating
who has lived in are
To talk to any man j
He
I was tenderly cared f6ryy his wife
and who has I in this section have received telegraphic
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the West for five years and a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Tedder,
then come,to Florida to live, you could who left I communications from the Northern MAKINSON f
her home in Pant City for houses W. B. '
that
that man to returnto 1 the freeze in California was ,
a rule, pay
not as many weeks to be with her father. Mr. ; serious, and that it will be desirable to ,
the West. Tadder was equally devoted, and
who thinks he can come spent I buy all the fruit that can be secured at ;
But the man
every night in Kissimmee: returningeach
to Florida and teak a livingwithout to his business reasonable prices. The following letter COMPANY .
morning Plant
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I received by Mr. J. B. Stratton -
working. I II sadly mistaken. There 1 Is no local ;
in Florida fQr that class of Individual City.After representative of the E. R. BrackettCo. ,

room *. Such men dill never: succeed the funeral Mrs. Lavii went to ., of New, York, h typical, and".the ,
anywhere. Neither .will th. man uc- her daughter'. home wbere .he",1II remain number of, such messages received 1 I. ,-' +

;tied in Florida who comes here.,thinking permanently. would seem to Indicate'that the rumor 1 II I, z a t.
from California -
ate founded'- -- -
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that be knows it alL the, .mau who 'Thq cold in Souuthern California ""

:I I.not willing. Id le1m> 1iow \o cultlyate Nothing To It. during the last three days has been Doors
'. ''tis IOn In ..Florida- going. to have a Patience-Thl* paper say tbatvtbe very severe, as low a* 16 and ranging Special price on r ,
bard time of It until he comes around French' language I JI-more Suitable for from 19 to 22 In.the orange. !growing. : 'fi1 /

.i\ to the Floridamethoda; of St.doing Lucle. thlnga.Trl-: use when telephoning than the Eng. oranges eetiona.: at It once mean,to be a flood of lowland' before . Sash and Screen i.l p ; *??* i%?:is
ucceed.-
f ,Then he will.' ,* IlIlb'baa'been discovered since London they show' the damage ship mean .i( -- yjy.iT*
f j"bans' ;,M : .L P_ 'rr ..?,:,.. and Parta '...r."J\Die47f1t'-t.lepboD"\ : poof naveU daring the entire' season, i *t5
... .'1M: PatriceWhy.'that4: *"rldicuJou*;':: I"'! which wiU pJobabTy.benefit.Ute Florida,
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VA Money U sublit e onordlnf couldn't, awordealdf ; ,D, *'E'a".BIU.CItZ1T ij
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; W. B., .HARRIS '. .' Editor and Proprietor gathered here;: and among I

tt .-- J.DrXUYKENDALL Associate Editor the town of Sunny Florida
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PUDLISHED-EVERY'FRtIjAY' of the State regarding, Kiuim. I .. ..' '.:,
VALLEY GAZETTE 'BUILDING With .the coming of the new year
OrnfcEi IN -- For
." ... njtJTNujd Kifiimmee's great: RaMAg
j KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COTNTY, FLORIDA Wauchula Is to have a new postoffice, "

I -- ... :;;;'" ... --..---- ',=. paper, The Valley Gazette a postal savings; bank and a rural delivery .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .,oJ',. route. ". Akllte 'Parc'
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t ? .. 1 . Kissimmee claims to be a real city J
One copy; -one-year -L.* - r $1.60 Orlando) is agitating thequestion of.
t ; .75 and still allows the cattle to' her
One months -
copy, six roam organizing boys' and girts corn clubs I
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One copy; three month - '._ : ..:.40 streets.-Gainesville Sun. A wise move. It will help hold the I \ .
The Fort Pierce Tribune in its last Is: boy on the.{arlns. Orlando's example :
f 1. All communications, except from our authorized correspondents, must be '
the actionof worth elsewhere. :
sue comments favorably on is following
signed by the writer.Rejected . voters.or'this providing : Where the finest biscuit,. ,
the city in
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Confirmation has been received by
matter will not be returned unless called for. money tor street paving. Nothing adds hill cake hot-breads crustsor .
_._........_...... .. .......... .. .. n. ... more to the standing of a city than good Mr. T. A. Yancey of Orlando, that ,
Entered at the Postoffice 'Kissimmee, Fla., as second-class mail matter., streets. son has unexpectedly inherited a million puddings are required
1 .. dollar fortune in South America i
One of the most 'attractive pictures Mr. Yancey has decided that the South I Royal is indispensable. 4 .
4 :E"rtd.ayo. ;ran uary 5. :a. 9:1.tf : 2 .
noted in the state papers recently is American climate will agree with his I' . .

that on the front page of the Valley .health better than. that of Florida. : .
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;t':i : HOWDY, FOLKS. NEWS, NOT POLITICS. Gazette last Friday. It shows a street Work began January 1 on the new" Royal is equally valuable. ,. .::
in Kissirhmee and is indicative of
-- scene
tf the bustle and activity of that $50,000 courthouse for Gainesville. The in the preparation of plain -
Having just stepped into the shoes In view of the proximity of the-cam- partly university town appears to be waking ,

vacated by Mr. S. J. Triplett. I desire paign preceding the State primary we place. The photograph was made on a I substantial every-day ..' .
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and the
business thoroughfare, holiday .
to say "Howdy" to the 9,000 reader. desire to reiterate the statements previously up.A .
is new naval store haa been foods for all occasions. '
crowd, shopping andj automobiling, company
of the Valley Gazette. The new shoes made in these columns, that the ,
t" in New Orleans with
I feel just a trifle big at present, but I Valley Gazette does not feel that it is shown.-Times-Union. organized $500,000 1

I'' hope that In the ...Iubrlou. climate of qnder any obligation to enter iuto the The City Council of Kissinimee was capital Peniacola., and will operate large holdingsnear

Kissimmee the new editorial feet'maygrow biclteiings and the strife of a political authorized by special municipal electionon The only baking powder made .

.r to fit the shoes. Mr. Triplett impressed contest. This paper exists to give ; Dec. 19, to borrow 25,000 fur the An effort is being made tw lecure an I INo

n himself largely on this com news about Kissimmee. and Osceola purpose of curbing; grading and paving independent fast steamer line between from Royal Grape Cream Tartar

b munity. The signs of his splendid work I County, and to urge such movements several of the principal streets of that Tampa and H vana. Here's hopin'.

;. I see everywhere. He is a hard man as will aid in the upbuilding of the sec- city. The work has already commenced Such a line would give the Havana .

.' ""to follow. But I hope in time, if the | tion. Our readers desire to know all the and there is general rejoicing-among i bound tourist a chance to past through Alum-No time Phoafjohatass

good folks of .Osceola county will be facts<<: that are of interest regarding the the progressive citizens who now feel' thiN paradise of Florida. I

patient with me, to become a vital fac- I doings of our folks. I Keyond: that we that Kissimmee is bound to be in the 1'ensalcola i is complaining that Cupid i I

tor in the future growth, and development ] believe that most of them' do not desire front rank of the inland cities of the and the Stork loafed on the job during ,,'

which I feel sure is coming to this I us to go. We cannot therefore enter state. Taft Messenger.Our ; fal l .....,,_ ,h. Gri R "ft" 'I
wiiiicinv i m super| woe RCU _. .
t magnificent country. Mr. W. B. Har- into discussions of the merits of this or -- .. - --' - -

i ris, the pt-oprietor of the Valley Ga- I that candidate whom we do not know, contemporary, the Kissimmee overtime. f 1- t e Republican nomln-;; which I if good

zette, has rather high ideals of what I whose interests do not in any way Valley Gazette, rightfully takes excep- Port Thompson and LaBelle are congratulating 1I news to the Democrats.There .

his paper shall be. These ideals, in my j affect our readers, and the support tion to the placarding of that fair city ; themselves that work haa I News of WeekLeading '
by a troupe of strolling negro minstrels.We : is every indication of a widespread -
fifteen mile boulevard from
of whom
future relationship to the paper, I shall I would create enemies. The begun on a __
not only take exception to this ourselves revolt in Mexico, the most: foo-
endeavor at all times to realize. | Valley Gazette hall won its leading LaBelle to Lake Hickpochee.
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but we very much object to seeing event of the midable since Madero became i-
past seven pr.
I place the of the Stat I
Changes may be made, not-because among papers asa has
Judge Beggs .a crimp in.the
our buildings in St. Cloud pasted put dent. It is said that large
quantities
I
think of betterthan New and not a political dayi summarized for busy
my way doing things is i paper| organ. business of alleged
profitable > arresting
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with the advertisements of of|arm have recentlyThiptxd
over even la-
1 All our efforts in the future will be directed Gazette .
anyone else's] but because no two at Pensacola:;The officers Valley readers
I white aggregations. The placarding of vagrants I to thecountry, and that
agents at
are
men think and act alike. These changeswill 1 along the same line, to continue
dollar for the arrests andwere
buildings is a nuisance, and even though got a apiece j work in the United States. Those Mexicans
not be many, and wiH only lie made | it as the best weekly Newspaper in the who took
there be ordinance to not very particular they A number of labor leaders, just can't
may no preventit including get along without a
as they teem necessary. We shall en- i State. The only exception that will be
I citizens should be in. I prominent officials have .
our patriotic enoughto California scrap.OmCERSJNSTALLED
deavor in the future as in the past to made to this rule will be in case a vital
prohibit the pasting of such matteron An exceedingly interesting and profit- been indicted by the federal grand jury.
issue arises which I
give all the news when it happens, and II concerns a large
| number of their premises. -St. Cloud Tribune able convention of the Florida Educa- The labor men express no worry over
without bias. We shall continue to"boost" our people, and in the Os-

..f Kissimmee and 'Olceola county ceola County men who are offered as tional Association closed its sessions the situation.. .

at all times. A little more attentionwill candidates to men from othor parts of; Mr. Fred W. Worth of Tampa, was Friday in Jacksonville. The association j Thousands of imperial troops in the Post

I be paid in the future to the editorial the State. In this event we feel free to in the city this week, looking after a I went on record aa favoring a higher; north of China have deserted the stand and t Cirde Enjoy Auspicious

] support folks when know large contract which he has with Mr. I standard for teachers in this state. The ard of the child Occasion at G. A. R. Hall.
page. Some people like to read it. our own we : Rull Bass for beef cattle. Mr. Worth emperor, taking another

I like to write it, and when a chap has them to be capable and trustworthy. runs one of the largest butchering establishments next year's convention will be held in prop from the tottering throne of G. A. R. Hall was the scene on Wednesday
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scurried around all week hustling up The purpose of the Valley Gazette is to in Tampa and secures the Ocala. China. .. of a most delightful social Kath

the news he really ought to have the promote the interest of Osceola County.All major Kissimrnee portion ranges.of his beef from the Lakeland climbed into the band wagon I The Progressive Republicans in Ohio ering, the occasion being the joint installation -

privilege of putting down a few of his other purposes must be subservientto I refused of the officers of Gen. O.
with Kissimmee and other progressive to endorse any candidate for Ou
private "thinks" the editorial this. Therefore this will not The County Commissioners at their
on page. paper Howard Post and
Florida towns last Saturday, when the presidency. LaFollette's recent Gen. Sedgwiclc': Cide.
authorized
Monday meeting the removal
Every effort will -be made to continuethe mingle in the embittering strife of the ,
of the fence from the court house I i it voted a bond issue of $150,000 for jaunt through the state did not produceany The Post officers installed were aa>

Valley Gazette as the leading week- campaign grounds, and the improvement of the ,,, various public improvements, including great res-jits, though the convention follows: T. M. Murphy, commander
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ly newspaper of Florida. ----- ------ grounds This work, with the new I said in effect that it C. W. Fleming S. V. P. F. Twichel.J
$75OIK$ () for a sewerage system, $60,000for considered ; .
Personally I desire to become Identi- A curbing, and the paving of Emmett ,
movement for safe and
a sane etree *will give Osceola county a streets, and $15,000 for public build- the Wisconsin candidate .aa a very nice V.; M. Carner chaplain; O. Derbyshire
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fied In the largest and most useful way; Christmas should be inaugurated in the attractive[ public building and ground ings. O. of D.; J. E. Whitman, O. G. -

with the life of the community. I had South.-Pensacola News. We second man.Dr. The officers( of the Circle installed ,

not the good fortune to be born under the motion. There Is little remind ofa The following gentlemen were selected -i '1 ampa is all wrought up over a fuss Sun Yat-sen was installed a* pea were: Mr*. Modi, president; Mrs. Murphy -
:the sunny skies of Florida. That waa gentle Saviour the by the County Commissioners to act between the of the First Con- visional president of the republic of
present custom as jurors at the coming session of the I pastor S. V.; Mrs C. W. Fleming) J:V. ;
not 'my fault. I was born across the of keeping the population awake all County Court: Messrs. P., Sellers, L. gregational church and some 6f his China at Nanking Monday.. With the Mrs Porter treasurer; Misa Lillie Porter -

continent, came from California to Virginia night with boisterous fire crackers OP M McCutcheon H. W. Thurman, C. J. flock. The pastor criticized hi'* predecessor incoming of the Western new year the secretary; Mrs. Lowell, chaplain. ' .

_ _ ) and' from Virginia here. Give even in going on an annual spree Lamb, T E, Ivey, G. P. Garrett, J. J. and w.as cuffed and beaten by armistice was broken at several 'places, The officers of both the Post and the . j dl!

,me credit:for choosing Florida! out of Christmas ia a religious festival surrounded W.Whidden T. Lankford, W. J. S., Arthur Carr, Taylor Branson Partir and, women of the congregation. The mat by the rebel Dr Sun promises to Circle were installed by C. W. Fleming. ; ;,:

all the states as my home Henceforth by an atmosphere of Jove and James R. Bronson. ter is now in the courts, .a temporary disenthrone the MancLus, and the' em- Following the installation .Iabor.1': .>',

I am a Floridian, not a California or a friendship and calmness. It ought to be N injunction having .been issued to pre- press dowager has given $2,000,000 to ate dinner was served by the ladies.
I want'to The home of Mrs. Bearden was the help defend the throne. Looks as "
Virginian. become acquainted maintained .as such vent the pastor from speaking in the This took place at noon, and was a
of
scene a pleasant impromptu party though the revolution would devolop
with into -
pleasing customs, --- church.
your your Mondav night. the following ,nornnna i i most delightful occasion. Closing the .J/
beautiful country, your intelligent and Brother Hetherington tells in the being\ present;' Misses' Louise Thoma- I - -- - -- a suffragette battle. exercises of the day Miss Lenore Van

progressive people. lwant become Lakeland News of a hen which assisted son, Marietta Pfann, Ruby Ellis.Leak(' The following officers of the Masonic Admiral Robley D. Evans, "FightingBob Duzor brought down the house with a

in every way identified with your life. her master in building a coop by holding Messrs.Huddleston E. C.and Hachael M. ; lodge were installed on Monday night ," died suddenly Wednesday of recitation, "Pore Ole Dad," renderedin
I want to be in very truth a citizen of Dusenbury James ;L'Ince Icy. Past Master M. Katz and Past Master -
the nails against the boards with Joseph Butler Vernie Ellis and F. N. Bratton: W. M.. C. W. acute indigestion.: Evans was one of faultless style.
Osceola county. I want to have a part her bill. We hate to even intimate J. I). Kuykendall. The evening was Dann; S. W., G T. Parker; J. W., the most picturesque! figures in the

in the future of. this great country. such a thing but it really looks as if most enjoyably spent with various Dr. W. W. Carson; treasurer, N. C. navy. Miss Lillian Harris left on the mid-

Howdy folks I'm mighty glad to Brother Hetherington spent Christmasat games. Bryan; secretary; Roma Thomas; chaplain night train last night for home in Spar-
r know Rev. S. S. Snyder; marshal, D. President Taft has announced that ,
you."J. Plant City. On Thursday, the 14th instant, Mr. R. Blenis; S. I).. C. L. Bandy; J. D., tanburg. S. C., after spending the hof-
j D. KUYKENDALL, --- --- -- W. Li Hensley of Washington D. the only thing( that can jceep him out of
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J. L. Overstreet; S. S., F. : Stalker; days here as the guest of her brother
Associate Editor. There is not a man in the world who and Miss Genevieve Brotchie of Davenport J. S., T- J. Woodall; tyler, John John- the fight for the presidency will be I W. B. Harris. '
were united in marriage at Kis- I ston. death. This means that Taft will be
would steal kiss from
a a brown-eyed simmee by the pastor of the Presbyterian -
The Tampa Times suggests: to theForest >eauly-that is unless someone interfered church in the presence of the

1 service, which is engaged in before he could steal eighteen orwenty. pastor's family, a few friends of Mr.

planting cork oaks, that trees be selected Pensacola News. Down hereit and Mrs. Brotchie, father and motherof
the bride, and a gentleman friendof
which will
produce corks which
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isn't to steal 'em. all
necessary Most Mr, lIensley's. Miss Brotchie came .
will come out without being pulled in
the brown-eyed beauties' pronounce it to Davenport a year or more ago wither
two. For the benefit of some folks we Cisse-me. > parents and while here made friends

know,we suggest that the forest service among the young people. Mr. lIensley

endeavor to develop' tree which Prisoner Richeson is now. trying the I is engaged a contractor at Kissimmee, at the, were. ent he time and t

will have a ready made corkscrew to insanity dodge. Better not do what Mrs. Hensley expect to spend the 10 Shoe Sale

go with each cork that is made from Harry :Thaw done.-Gainesville Sun. winter. In the spring they will probably Big Day

the bark. Still, what Harry Thaw "done," is sley's take home a trip after north which to they visit will Mr. go Hen-to

mild compared with what the Sun "has Zephyrhills where Mr. Hensley owns
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Before It is tuo late, and while there did. some property. Mr. and Mrs.1 flensley
have the well wishes of the ,
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in is advance time'in plenty where, will Rev.some Richeson one forecast will -Davenport the people Messenger.of Davenport generally. JAN 5th to JAN. 15th FOR CASH ONLY A RARE OPPORTUNITY

go to if executed.-Jacksonville Me- ; Local OverflowA -- ---,

be tropolis.Kissimmee.We are'l'hi.l.quite too sure it Heaven will not Cries of Real Wolf Add (to Strong In order to make* room for our large spring stock of "low cuts," which

near want ad. in the Valley Gazette al I will soon arrive. We will place in this sale every pair of high
We are rather inclined to believe that Dramatic Production.
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ways brings results.H. .
I shoes at greatly reduced prices. There will be no
he will in Jacksonville.The .
drop at
M. Breaker & Co. report the sale In "The Wolf," which Latimore & reservations This sale consists of

of the Dennis Blenis place in West Leigh\ will present at the, opera house, the well known brandsof ,ItA,

DeSoto County News; publishedat CjsBimmee to Mr. George W. Hay- Kissimmee, Thursday, January 11 I, thereis
"EDWIN CLAPP" "WALK OVER" "DOROTHY DODD" AND OTHERS
ward of
Pine Island, Minn. 'Mr. Hayward -
Arcadia, received from Santa Clausa told not only an interesting and well-
I came here on a visit accompanied
fine new Babcock Optimus, two-rev- 'by his wife and acted story of the great outdoors the
and
son, was so well
$0.50 $0.38 at
Regular quality at Regular $3.50
- quality $2.634
goes -
olution press as a Christmas present i pleased with our city that he decidedto Canadian Hudson fur country, but there goes .
OJ OJ.
i We congratulate the News, and venture purchase a place and locate. Mr. Is produced a drema rivaling in dramatic .75 .57 '4.00" 3.00

to inquire how it made such a hit with Blenis vacated, and Mr. Hayward realism the shows of ancient Rome. Loo": .75 4.50 3.38
moved in
the after
day the transfer
V .the whiskered We should OJ OJ "' '"
long gent. was made. I The reproduction of the howling pack 1.50 l.U 5.00 3.75

.like a new press ourselves.The ot timber wolves whose yelps and wail- OJ 2.00" 1.88 5.50" "
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The next will -
Laymen's meeting be
held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon ing cries are made more,: real by the accompanying OJ 2.50" .. OJ 1.88 6.00 OJ 4.50

w Richmond Times-Dispatch wants at 3 0 dock. The subject will voice of a genuine wolf, "
to know what a kiss i.. Why dear air be the discussion of the men's religious has never been excelled.At 3.00" 2.25 6.50 4.88

It I la something you don't have any; use forward movement All men and boys every performance of "The Wolf"

'for in Virginia, but the. moment cordially invited and visitors In our city during the stirring and exciting; duel in
you will find it '
:;.,. L:;, ..*one of our brown-eyed; beauties the the. meetings.very interesting A full attendance to attend ia the dark between the hero, Julie Beau- C.W. DANN .

,1,: :;., f mystery of the kiss will be solved., desired. ,A. S. Nelson, Chairman.Mr. bun, and William McDonald, the villain 1' ,

i.i.:-.Pensacola Journal Still It looks as W. H. Norton, cashier the Cit- the howl of the pack is heard while ae ,
".*"' comganying: it, note for real
thoogb there could some compent liens bank, has resigned hia position note
..' 'Ration with that flourishing institution the Umber Wolf whose mate was killed on
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for... having; to ,live in Virginia "The Outfitter
i i.fit in
-- resignation to take effect at the -
annual account ot her ferocity, gives a wild
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meeting. The directors have '
not yet voic. to his loneliness. .
:;r """'" /TamA& r eeb.n' that the'b.w" elected the successor to Mr. Norton ,
. Ticket are now on pale and ....".-
<:papers are allies of .Satan. W.II we who expect to go in business elsewhere tion of seats can be Roberton'a .:.).. .
made at
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]'un a..goodlbusy- 'partner- anyhow. of a financial institution.. drug store. Prices, hoc, 75c and boo.d '

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Tht K1sslmmee f<1 'VaIIeuGazette;( Pennell.; agent' for Darling Oil.o: 2-1 tp Mr. A. W. Wlnn' made a business trip I .. .' . rage.7

I Mississippi last Saturday. .
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fLPMONi 1100.1'. Miss.Camille-. Morrison 'has returned Mid "
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to Old Town where heals engaged In'' Eleanor Van Duzot,. of Orlando .
/ PUBLISHED EVERY;.FRIDAY 'I teaching after spending the Christmas' visited Mica Rachel Leaks last week.. I'

...:....arWB. 0" I vacation in JCIssimmee., :, Miss Lillie Dale"was at Narcoossee ; < .

HA...FI_: this week visiting at the home of Mrs. .
1 Get OUT robber stamps, make us ship .
'I ment of fruits Our F. W. Hill. When
or vegetables. "
e1 .NwelwAfm.r. 1 sales will piece you.Peninsular Pro . 'you buy .at .
Mr. L. B. and wife
are m
Stanley
.,' duce Cow,J tckson vllle..Fla.60.tf. L .. .
the city; from South Dakota, to spend ,
Weather r .
Report Mr. Charles Carter;'buyerforaNofth.rn the "Inter.. ' v .
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commission firm, who has:been in 'Mr. W. Nichols joined his family in r :

the city several weeks, returned Monday this last and will make his LAKE ;

per.' Fofowipg turn and are precipitation the daily tem se. .to, his,home .in Baltimore... '. home city here.' He week formerly lived in Mich.. 'GEM---: : -

"A thing of beauty lima joy forever.!' --1 _
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the Government'station igan.Mr. -- '
reported b1 '
., at Kiesirnmee for the Green.If it'a inside He; decorating or. painting aee S. T. Lewis, of Azalea, N. C, I : - <
guarantees. Will call and '
has in this vicinity
'ending'Dec. 28 1911.ass. give estimate free. 189 purchased property ; _
week 60. Box or phone and will spend some part of every year VILLA ,
47tfJan.
.IIC. urnFriday' .. on his property. : .
"to'15th
6th shoe. .aJ.-atDann'L the
.. . ".. 72 M .. ,?olt Mr. T. M. Smith and wife'spent ( H: .
holidays at Atlanta, where they.form. .
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Saturday . . 78 55 . : erly lived. ', '. .
Sermon subject at Christian church ,
.Sund.y.. .. . . 80 ,6/ .85 ,. You : '.
Sunday The Church of Christ assured
morning / are "
H. M. Breaker & Co. sold few days
,64Toead.y. a .1 ; _.
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Honda7... 76 Rev. Harry Meyers, of the Methodist ago a vacant lot in' West Kissimmee --' ..' ,
. 76 67 .90 church, will preach Sunday night. "
..; belonging to P. F. Leach to Mr. E,. L. '

Wednesday . 76 65 1.00 If you'have property you desire to Hinckley.? .. 1 .' .

'rbunday . n 73 6S ,22r sell, see C. Buckels, over Katz store. Mrs. Heldt, accompanied: by her little i Protection from cold by'the numerous lakes.T-' .- - '., e
He has had
fifty-one years experiencein .
granddaughter came from Tampa -
Florida, and knows what the people up 1 1Mra. 4
and spent Christmas with daughter; : Convenience to .
want., 60-tf transportation.
..' C. W. Griffin.
/ ,

Mr. H. E. Willis and Miss Mary Carson has returned to As pretty. scenery as any' In the State.
family came up her studies Brenau Gaines .
at
college, -
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,
from Bradentown and spent the holidays ,
ville the
after spending holidays '
LOCAL nELD. city with returning relative borne and last friends Monday.C. in. this a\ home.Ga.r Boating and fishing on lakes at an' altitude of" .

i 1 D\ W. S. Rogers, of Kentucky will 2KO feet above sea level.
i Buckels, over KaU's store, has become a resident of Kissimmee Park, : -.
"" bad filty- ne years experience in Flor.Ma. be tbere a''
--..... :. and having purchased property As productive soil
knows what kind of property few days ago.; I as can be found in any country.A .
If have sell .
people want. you any to .

Ga.ollne// and grease always on see him; it will pay you. 60tf f Miss Grace Eleanor Graves celebrated I select community that is safeguarded from .
hand at Kissimmee Auto Co. her tenth birthday Monday by en- undesirable -
Rubber tubing, spark plugs, polish, tertaining a number of her' young neighbors. . ,
See our prices.. Shoe sale at Dann's. and in fact most everything kept in a friends at a jolly party. .
2-lt first-class garage. Come, and see us.

Blue Ribbon|ice cream, best in town. Next to Graystone. 2-lt Mr. B. Drew of Orlando, and M. M. An inspection will convince '
81-tf Klssirnmee Drug Co. M. Miller, of Conoley.; both members you. ,
Miss Berta Bryan and Miss Virginia of the Drew Miller & Co. turpentinefirm "
The Misses t'mma and Nettie Yowell Tiller returned Tuesday to Tallahassee, spent Tuesday attending to bus!-
spent Christmas with friends at Haines where they are attending school. They uess matters in this city. .
City. spent the holidays with their home folks -

in this city. The rain of this week raised, the levelof .
Casings, inner tubes, auto clocks, the water in the lake very appreciably. -
speedometers, at Kissimmee Auto Co. Miss Annie Laurie Evans, of Macon, The water. before the rains began -
Ga., who ha. been visiting Miss Ethel
2-lt was as low as it has been for
Lee returned home Monday accompanied several years.fNo Write for the book. 1'
G. B. Wocdall, foreman of the New by the latter, who goes with her fora I ,
Eden; plantation, was in the city on business brief visit. further word has been received by .

Tuesday.A Prevatt from the governor in
> Big shoe sale now on. See prices at reference to the case of Ed Broome, .

good* well established mercantile vann I. 2-lt the negro murderer, who was recently' .

business for sale Apply to box 816, Messrs. Vans Agnew and Crawfordof reprieved for a month. It seems like- -- _.--. -
Kissimmee. Fls. 37 tf this have been ly, now, that the execution will take '
city appointed
Repairing done satisfactorily and eral counsel for the Fell mere railway gen-, place on the date in the governor's re- Lake Gem Land
promptly. P lt-o-Jite tank-sat Kissim which runs from- Sebastian to the Ea tCoa.t spite, Jan. 19. Compamy
mee Auto Co. 2-lt railway.
Messrs. George and William Rolfe

Mr. W. B. Crawford returned this Prof. J. A. Osteen of the Whittier and Mrs. Nellie James arrived in the .

week from an extended trip to New Orleans school, passed through this city a few city Wednesday from Wetmore, .Kan., J. E. MATTOCKS Pres. & Manager '
to attend the bedside of their father i
and other points.
days ago en route Jacksonville wherehe
Rev. T. E. Rolfe, who has been ill for ,
the educational
was Attendance -
Any scientists coming into the city coniention.Exct'llent. upon the past four weeks, and is ported ISSIMMEJ;: FLA.
will favor us by leaving their addressin now to be in a critical condition. ,

P. O. Box 624. 51-4t progress was made this .
: Mr. D. A. McAdoo, of the Florida
week by a large force lot men on the
; ,
$600 stock of shoes to select from. new'office building of the Valley Ga Fruit Belt Sale. Company, left Monday ,

Sale now on at Dann's. 2ltOThe zette. The brick walls are now up to, night for Mt Vernon, III., to look after .. .
business for his He will
the second company. return -
families of Mr. E. L. Lesley story. on the 20th of January, and expects -

Walter C. Bass spent last week Shoe sale ten days only at Dann's. to bring two carloads of prospectors -
on Canoe creek. 2-lt with him. .
A

.*/ Mr. Guy Funk, now with the C. A. On account of the rain Tuesday even- It is conservatively estimated that the

Cole store in Lakeland was visiting ing the "millinery contest" that was people of Kissimmee suffered, or en- .
friends in this city Sunday. to be at chapter house was not held, loyed as the case may be, a million and
but will take place next Tuesday Jan- a hall nervous shocks and thrills New I

Meet me sit Kissimmee Drug Co. and uary 9, from 8 to 10. Years eve, from the resounding discharge ,
and we will get a drink of the best of firecrackers bombs, pistols, .
soda water made. Slit I Mrs. S. B. Aultman and Miss Eliza guns, torpedoes and young cannons. .
beth Aultmaa will be at home on Thurs
A marriage license was issued Mon- day afternoon January 11 from 8 to 6, Gen. O. O. Howard Post, G. A. R.,
day to Mr. J. W. Long and Miss Addie in honor of their guest, Mrs. N. A. laa purchased a fiag-for the Kissimmee I '. .
Padgett, both of,St. Cloud. ROBS, of Los Angeles, Cal. High School and will present it on Mon .- "
day morning January 8. All old soldiers r :: (/I; I' :: .
Miai Alleeh Moon returned Wednesday 'Mr. G. D. Nash'of Jacksonville, rep.. and their ladies are invited to meet . '. .
.
to her school at Milledgeville after resenting the Title Guaranty Co., was the post at G, X R. ball at 7:30.. m. : I '\\f1.\ \

spending the holidays beret, In the city this week preparing a num- and go with them to the, .school. build- ''' r" '..1'.. \., .. "
ber of abstracts. .He returned to the ing. -
Helen returned''Tueaday
,Miss Jones
Jacksonville.Office
on.Wednesday.
from Bartow, where she spent the holiday The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular
season visiting friends. Superintendent of Schools W. J. monthly meeting Friday, January 12, KlItiBJIl4l.JI) !

I Sears went to Tallahassee Tuesday in at the chapter house. S p. m., sharp. .
Considerable delay in traffic was I I connection with the case of :the Statevs. Important business will come before

caused on Sunday by the derailing of W. H. Savage, which is. on appeal.Mr. this meeting, and a full attendance is I .
two freight cars near Chubb. Sears returned Thursday morning. desired. Mrs. Porter, who was dele- I

The band helped usher in the New gate to the state convention, wilt-make PABJK
Shoe .ale now on at Dann's. 211 her ,
Year by playing a short time before and report.

after the psychological moment. The wedding took place on Saturday Money. talks. Shoe sale now on atDann'lI. I .
at the court house ot'''Mr. J. Edward 2-lt
Ship your fruits and vegetables: to Roberts and Miss Sallie Bright.! Mr.
Peninsular Produce Co., Jacksonville, Mr. S. J. Triplett. for three and a
Robert G. Johnson the
performed cere-
half years associate editor of the Valley
Fla. Satisfactory sales and prompt re-
turns. 5O-tf mony. The couple will live at Lough- Gazette, has found a job that is just as .

man. hard as editing a paper. He has been 1
Mr. Lewis H. Bass and Miss Texas New matting was laid this week on busy this week trying to get a houseful! '.
Bass were married in St. Cloud Monday the stairway and halls leading to the of goods into a box car, and his piety
by the mayor of the Wonder City. court room in 'the court house. This hall suffered many rude shocks. Mr.
Triplett and his family moved today to
makes quite an improvement as the old
Mr. Henry Wiltes and family spent his farm- Narcoossee ,
recently purchased near .
the holidays with relatives, the familyof matting: had become rather ragged and .

Mr. J. G. Johnson,'in this city. dingy. .

Remember the date Jan. 5th to 15th. The School Commissioners held a very .
Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew will leave
on At Dann's. 2-lt brie meeting Tuesday morning, transacting -
Saturday to attend a meeting of the only necessary routine business

tock holders of the Fellsmere farm. Mr. H. A. Hunter, president of the and passing upon the monthly bills.

" Miss Alleen Moon who is teaching at Hunter Land Co., has arrived to. spend Commissioner W. W. Chandler of Ba..lnger. .- The Land that has
Ga.: home the winter months in Kiasimmee. Mr was unable to be present at the _
Milledfreville and
came
meeting, and County Superintendent
the with her Hunter will occupy the handsome bungalow
spent holidays parents. recently built by Mr. Robert D. Sears was also absent, being in Talla-
fulfilled all
Mrs. Mary Summers ot Lakeview cottage Waring. lassee. promises .
has returned from business
to Kansas, Missouri and a Tennessee.The trip Today January 5, is arbor day, by First Baptist church A. J. Holt, D. .
proclamation of the governor. Itmakesno D., pa tor. Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. .

Kissimmee Auto Co. keeps all difference with Kissimmee, for ev- Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., ..

kinds of automobile. supplies. You will ery day is arbor. day here, where tree subject, "Religion." Evening service, C
, find us next to the Graystone hotel. 2-lt planting: is almost a continuous perfor- preaching by the pastor, subject/ "A ,
mance. Young Man With a Purpose. Everyone "
: If you don't come it'.your loss. Shoe welcomed; strangers especially in- I a .
ale at Dann's. 2-lt Invitations have been sent out to the vited. Every'service intended to be
devotees of t)). terpsichorean art in helpful, Inspiring and practical.
: this city to attend a dance at the Gray .
Miss Cornelia Morrison came from
, up Mr. Theodore F.
hotel this Martin who came
atone evening.: Geo. A. Maconough's -
and will be the
. Tampa yesterday guest'of [> orchestra will furnish the from El Dorado Springs, Mo, some .
!
! ,-' Mrs. L. H. Ingram for a few days. music. I three month. ago and settled in this vicinity -

I Is very much pleased with this
I Any work done at the Cash Store The regular meeting of the Village section as well as the city of Kissim- '
Jewelry Shop next door to postoffice.I. Improvement society will be held at the mee. He left on the 1 o'clock traip .
I I. if fully guaranteed. P. G. White: 2-tf chapter house hextTuesday, January, Tuesday for his old home but will return -

at 3 p. m. Annual election of officers, again early next fall. The Gazette ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. DeGroodt of also collection of dues. All members will follow him. .
.Youngstown, Ohio, arrived in the city are requested to be present

last Friday and will spend the winter Mr.: G. W. Daugherty St. Cloud ,

I lIere.i Rev. Wm. H. Funk is taking a rest waa a caller kt the Valley Gazette office ,

from his regular parish duties, and 'Wednesday. Mr. Daugherty says he ,
i We bare pleased others; we will I moved his family to our little burg. He I came to St. Cloud two years ago, when .
, please you. Ship us oranges and grape preached very acceptably to full houses 'there wasn't much there except pine
fruit Peninsular Produce Co., Jack- both morning and evening last Sundayo trees. He was unable to walk or even /

. ronville Fla. 60-tf Pinecastle correspondence In Orland. to dress himself. We can testify1 that Kissimmee Valley Land Company '.
Sentinel.Mr. he moves about with no little agility '
The County Court, with Judge Parker now. He I.. of course: of the opinion .' ':" : ;), ,
presiding, will convene next Mon ..A. F. day. .-k; number of cases are ,oh, the I ly purchased 100 bead of beef cattle maN in the world. , 'I'i : .,
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docket from Mr.'Syd Pierce, of Basslnger. and H. B. H.OUCK. Resident Manager / .. .

forty bead'from Riley Godwin at in receipt of a large, enthusiastic ; . , : ,
Q Rev. and Mrs. Clark of Illinois Whittier, driving all of them td Canoe sweet potato, brought in by Mr. : ,
, \ winter inkisrmmeeatop- Creek, 'where"they be . .
spending-the wilj pastured. W. W. Clarke. -It Is a partieuloriy. "''> ", "
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) ping with Mrs Hilton, Brsadway and and solid specimen of".the white -vari !:
E, Brack street Owing to the melemen ; the ety. aid weighs at present nine pounds. ,. .KlSSIMMEE, FLORIDA."x \"' 1-- F :> f." fj
City ,
.weather the meeting of the Council It was dug several days ago and"'proba Ii. I
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TIlE KISSIMMEE VAL EY 'OZE'rrE January .i912 :
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j ,_ :'Florida Has ,,8. Myriad Attractions. Son Of M;. I..Rilter, Formerly of St. FLORIDAThe SA'.E'' ,
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and Advantages. poud, Accidentally Killed.! : ... ,
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i + A.few day. ago a gentleman who.ha. The community was, very much 'j,' "

been coming: to Florida for many ""yettt Chocked last Saturday to learn that one '

and who la lar8ly.lntereted..ln Florida i of' the tons of Mr. Isaac Rltter; who: '
Land Now
rerl estate made'the following observa- live one mile north of Davenport Big Sale of Going On with Great Rapidity

-- tlons concerning Florida In general and accidentally killed by the discharge of

l the cities: of Florida in particular: Ir shotgun in the hands of his brother.

been''"For known thirty as years a winter or more resort Florida, a 'win has From seems the that beet the information two boys had obtainableIt gone Into If you want large acreage, you want to see us. We have it by the millions.BELOW -1':'

+ ter playground/ as some have called It. the frontward and the younger boy '

There were-eome rather popular but unfounded not knowing the gun was loaded, play- IS A FEW.. OF THE LARGE TRACTS WE ARE OFFERING FROM. ,. OUR BARGAIN.. COUNTER. I"
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notion* about Florida which fully pulled the trigger ana the gun IIf I
made the winter climate its biggest asset was discharged the entire load taking 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, in a solid body, on: 15,000 acres! in DeSoto County southwest of{ Arcadia. '

$: .. and the same hazy notions made its pffect in his brother's heed, killing him the railroad. This is good, heavy, rich l land, well adapted to the Price $6.60.per acre. !

summers something to be shunned by instantly. This was most unfortunate growing of the highest grade' of gardening products. Flowing

I the unacclimated outsider, who believed accident' and was very much regretted wells can. be obtained. Price $10.'gr acre. 10.0QO acres in Sumter County, near town of Leesburar;, a !

though be could not have told why- by the entire 'community. --- rapidly growing winter and summer resort, on railroad lands 1
with snakes The funeral services were held Sun- in-practically: solid adapted to arovyinaof citrus fruits and gardening products.
that malaria and mosquitoes, 36.000 acres on F. E. C. Rvy.. body, !
I and alligators thrown in'for good measure day aftoon last and the interment took free of leases. About 30. to 40 per cent .of this tract i.'vlraintimber. Lease on all except 2,000 acres of this tract. This is an excellent "

+ of pe.tllence-made a Florida sum place north of Dapenport near the the balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $9.00per bargain. Price $3.75 per acre.

mer something to be avoided in propor- family home. Mr. and Mrs. Bitter came acre. .

tion as he loved his life. to Davenport about one year ago from 9875 acres in Levy County, Florida. These lands are cut't... \
St.-Cloud Fla., being originally from over pine lands with productive loam soil and will grow )'
"Probably one of the most convincing fairly well l j
Tennessee. They have the sympathy; 50.000 acres, iS Hamilton County together the Southern staple crops'sudh as sea island cotton, corn, cane, '
as to actual facts and con- 15,000 acres to be
eye-openers of the entire community in their be- 28.000 acres tree of leases now, deliveredJan. etc., and in addition are suited for fruit arowlnaand winter truck :
ditions In Florida has been the discov- lands. well adapted to i
reaavement.Davenport Messenger. 1 st. ]1-912. These are good general farming. There are numerous good farms in the -locality and I
that the variations of temperaturein corn cane and .
try
cotton potatoes.The
agricultural purposes such as wherever trucking has been attempted the results have been
the state summer and whiter' are or will sell in
tract as a whole at $4.75 per acre. tracts of.
the PERMANENT PAVING very successful. This tract is of convenient size to. handle for
less than those In any other state in
Union, north or south; that the death from 5.OOO acres up at $5.00 par acre. subdivision purposes, and those interested in a proposition of
this kind should investigate immediately.
rate is less than 7 persons to the thousand -
of population-less than' half that Michigan Correspondent Says Temporary 1 107.000 aores in'Lee County remote from transportation,

of any Northern state, so far as reliable Patchwork Doesn't Pay some good cypress muck and prairie lands. Price $3.00 per ]18.OOO acres in Saint Johns County. practically solid body

statistics are available; ana that Florida acre in fee simple. within eight miles east of Hastings three miles from F. E. C*
The following letter ws received af- .. -'- Rwy., bordering inland ,500
has hardly her full quota of snakes, ---- waterway: acres now free of
mosquitoes and similar rests indeed far ter the city of Kismmmce had decidedby 21.700] acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County leases balance 3.000 acres annually beginning Jan. 1 1st, 1912
decisive vote to permanently pave to- cut 45 until all is delivered. Price $6.00
less than a number of Northern and in a solid body. near railroad estimated million feet of per acre.
several of its streets with the mater lcl and 15
million
boxes feet of
65 of turpentine
Eastern states, where uncounted thou pine. crops cy-
21.000 in Duval and Nassau '
acres counties Florida. Oar-
which has proved best in this section.It fee simple.21.0OO .
sands of and dwell in com- press. Price $8.00 per acre in
men women
den lands situated the fast
I is of interest however, as bearingout -- near growing city of Jacksonville. .f
fort and in happy and pjjosperous homes .the contention of the Valley (Gazette The soil is.a. productive loam dark in color and will produce
"Winter visitors are,coming to Flor- acres in Wakulla County practically solid body ; on
which was approved by the vot- profitable crops of all the winter vegetables. such as celery. lettuce -
ida this season !in greater numbers!! than the railroad. 25 miles south of Oumcy. the famous tobacco town. cabbage cauliflower beans etc. A hard shell road is
ers at the polls) that it always pays to now
ever before in the history of the state spend money for ,permanent improve- 6.840 acres free of timber. 3,000 acres more to be delivered being built from Jacksonville through this tract. The proximity

but in even greater throngs are comingmen ,I ments rather than putter along with each year beginning Jam ]1st. ]1912. until entire tract is delivered of-this tract to Jacksonville assures ready market for all sorts *

and women to join those who are the temporarily more economical patch This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: I of produce. 10'.50O acres free from timber reservation Jan. 1 1. t

building up the state; who are planting ( work. The letter follows"l'etoskey: Price S3.75 per acre. ]1912.] and the balance released in two equal installments, one

/ the citrus groves and gardens; who are ( Mich."Kissunmee and two years from that date. Price $,.00 per acre.
developing the turpentine and naval 65.000 acres, all virgin will W. 150 million feet pine and
Valley Gait ette, 'Kissimmee 8 million feet of Good so,, adapted to citrus fruits and '
stores and lumber and phosphate indus- cypress. 6345 acres in Osceola county adjoining: the corporate limits

r tries. They are coming, not as pioneers, "GentlemenYouralual..l., Fla. : .. trucking P-ice $6.50 pe' acre l 1-3 cash, balance one and two and in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE.
paper
) but following: the crowds. They are years. Kissimmee Is the county seat of Osceola county. Has a .
received by me every week and all items
finding that these industries have already population of 4000. and is one of the most progressive towns in
1, therein read with much int..rellt.'ould 2.200 acres nd phosphate, will: cut 10 million feet
reached large development; they are ; cypress Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga\ : and the
on
say to you that 1 have resided in this of also vast quantities of hard wood entire tract under-
discovering that big thriving metropolitan i cypress main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway and terminus of
I city for over tnirty-seven years and laid with A bargain at $20.000
phosphate. great
cities are growing with rapid the Florida Midland Railway and 'the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt
thousands of
have a
seen great many
strides as direct results of the development Ry. Climate most equable winter and summer and unsurpassedby
dollars thrown in the
or
spent
of agricultural and horticultural I(I work of patching and repairing away streets. 22.000 acres: in Saint Johns County. parctically a solid any place on the globe. Purest and best artesian water ob-

and manufacturing opportunities. Indeed body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings the famous potato section tained in this section in unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet.
Never 'til did
the growth of Florida cities is one year ago we get: any on the F. E. C. Rwy., also onlhe inland waterway; 8,800' Healthiest town in the United States. Death rate less than 3
when blocks
I real value two were pavedby
i more remarkable In many respect than.I Carpenter & Anderson, material acres free of leases balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres to the 1000. Is in the center of the trucking industry of Florida -

f that of her farms and groves and gar used being bituminous'concrete, whichso annually beginning. 9th 1911 until all is delivered. Price I and home of the orange grapefruit, pecans, peaches and
dens. These latter have been the development $6.00 per acre. fruits'of' all kinds. Price and terms on application. ZH
far Ie very satisfactory. Would recommend I t m .
of the
natural
of yesources
:
opportunities which awaited the touch you to bond and make perma We have orange.groves, truck lands, city property-anything' from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your requirements

of human effort and which have been nent paving. You will never regret it. and we will fill them at prices that are attractive.
"Sincerely
made great in spite of jack of skill "THOS. yours QuiNLAN."
which has often been applied to their
We believe that the work noW under-
upbuilding. The cities have become taken is .but a beginning and that this H. M, BREAK & COMPANY
great through human effort and energy '
,. city will ultimately. issue bonds for a

'{,gave guided only by keen location foresight whose where advantages nature cityrwida Improvement of the streets. KISSIMMEErOver: Osceola Pharmacy; LOR I 'D A

f f'M: i)|were recognized and 'improved! by man ,

In a continuoti8.ahd; neverendlng.tight. : A CORRECTION .

against nature// -
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such facts these that establish
"It it as -
Relative to the Golden Wedding of
+' the permanent and abiding characof -

Florida's developments, which show Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Darling.The .
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that although the state is new in its
Gazette regrets that an error was '
+ Its growth the sudden and rapid advance made in the report last week of the golden

toward increasing prosperity has not wedding of Mr. and Mrs. 0, C. i
the temporary character of the typicalnew YES the
Darling, in which it was stated that ,
is ,
country. development along
they gave a dinner at the Lakeview to
I have made real ,
the lines that estate-
their friends. Instead it was the friends

rural suburban and city-immensely that gave the dinner as a furprije/ to
I a valuable in Northern end Western communities Mr. and Mrs. Darling in honor of their.
; and which la increasing this
fiftieth wedding anniversary. COLD WEATHER
1 value with the growth of wealth in other
ti' directions. I Long ago a celebration of the event ,
was planned to take-place in their homeat I
1. "The best investments in Florida have i Conneaut Ohio but when they moved

been considered to be in her farm lands. i to Kissimmee about two months ago I

For many years there was good reason I i the plan was regretfully abandoned. A '

for this belief. but as the .state has j I few friends from Conneat came to this 1i 1iI is HERE !

grown her larger cities have grown more i city with Mr. and Mjs. Darling and a t

rapidly,' for far distant sections in other I I little later others followed making I .

parta of the land have in addition to the |eighteen: in all, and it occurred to them

', ever-increasing support of rural Florida I that the anniversary might be happily .. N

itself become contributors to their' observed after all. as several who are .

% growth. The time has.come when the staying at the Lakeview invited Mr. i I

Investor of large capital or of smaller and Mrs. Darling to eat their Christmas I Are wondering where

means, finds, his best field of operations dinner there, and wheu they arrived ;;you you-

not in the farm lands'but in the city they were greatly surprised to find that 1

and the suburbs surrounding it. all the eighteen friends from Conneaut I I -!

'The best opportunities for investment *- were there to offer congratulations and Can get the kind of' HEATER .

., have been overlooked exceptingby to join iu the feast of good things provided ,
the few and these few are those who by Landlord Norris. I'
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"; have become rich just in proportion as After dinner a group picture was if have
want so see us we
they: have bought these city properties taken on the porch then the friends you ; .

i or adjacent lands which in the rapid asked to be shown the new house Mr. i

rl ,., spreading of population and of manufactures Darling is erecting on South Clyde av

y and transportation lines, have enue. An inspection of the first floor'' a fig assortment from $1.50 up.
f ;
i become part of the city. And so today revealed no startling surprises but

i city and suburban properties are the when the second floor was reached a

," best and safest and quickest paying Investment large and handsome rocker upholstered .. *

,1 in Florida. The time has in leather, was found in one of the

,,'' come but it is not passed when the rooms and one member of the party I 1I Aiso" the best line of Fire-Dogs and i

; man of moderate means may share in presented it to Mr. and Mrs. Darling In I ..,. ;! ,
this kind of Investment and in ,
i the large behalf of the company saying, "We '

i ,v .and sure profit that come from it."- wanted to put the first piece of furni- :p.:; I,. Wire Screens for the Fireplace.
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Tinea-Union. ture in your new home. The recipient .
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k ..rJust. -.. were much surprised but expressed ,,I .. .''' ; ),,''' < .
.' ..About, their thank and appreciation, then the J .\: ..' Ii'''' ... .
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"-,1:' Uncl. E r -"Then what do you again >; '" t. I ,. ,
+, r r" -r "think. to, toe matter with .the world were "snapped" by the' camera man. .. .'t" y' ,.", \ j" .
'1 :, .,<'t f nowadajrir "Uncle 'Eben--"Just!: this: During\ the dinner hour the following 11. '. ""L 11""'"'''\', ,"'; I' .. I. -
macb-business ,"',).\.., vl- t ,; ,: S .. .
a 1 t ""er.* too In rellcloni stanzas, received from friend in Con
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"'"' "-a. i'and not uooch,..religion Inbu.ineut"Puck neaut were read: t., ..''t' ,. ".1 .
.... 1:1- ._ Fifty year ago dear friends ; '

'&C'V* : -, .. In youth,'*.fair golden weather. : .tifI, : ,, \ .. : '
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-:January; 5.1912 II ". _, : THE, KISHMMEE" TALLEr.OAZETTL 1 "t Pa re'

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V ;; -T: : NAMES PERSONS A GOODLY LAND i) 9OOCX > e t>IO OOOt1OtJ0000 1OtJ000q lOflOt :

c:. A. CARBON /. A. CU ro.aD. ,s. L-LUPnCK.

'1 ,Who Can. Accommodate( Visitors Dement' of Uncertainty Reduced to President. Vtea.PnaM.iit.. a rUryK1SS1MMEE .j

tA With .Rooms. or Meas.| | Minimum 'in' f Florida. Y

'Tba'foI1owln/t'/ a lid Of persons with ;,Badweather condition* over' great LUMBER CO. Y 1

their mldenc. ''who have rooms to; sections of the country once again bring : ,,, '

rent, aa well aa those who can alto fur., home to the\ Floridian the conviction

nfahmeal.tr:,- v;. I 0. that it I Is a great thing to Inveit in a .

G. E. Fisher, corner Jlabbette.Itreet 'c country where the' element W "uncer 4t Rough and.pressed ... ,'. ... c '

J The Ideal and. Bermuda avenue;?:.2;; unfurnished tainty is reduced tea' minimum, and the t

rooms; M.'Cosner Mabbetti ,beet 2 climatic conditions are most favorable } it
.
J ,Reading Lamp 14 furnished rooms; Mr. J. E. Bass Mab- to a fair reaping that which has'been PINE LUMBERHOUSE ;

bette street, 1 furnished room; E. IL sown. i ,\
-ofl Tennen MabbetU street 2 furnished Looking over the entire country today ..
the from lamp u
that
agree Eght good
a
Optician -
rooms for' light housekeeping; John it is evident that here in Jthis sunny -

easier on the eyes than any other.arti6 alI light W rlc,+ Mabbette street and Bermuda Southland the reward of the horticulturist BILLS A
SPECIALTY
The Rayo Lamp is the best oil |Damp made. avenue 2.rootns for light housekeeping; are more.certain than any-

K. F._Crafton, Mabbette street, 1 fcrnished where else in the country. One will e
i t. It give a 1troD.-Jet and it new flickers: ll pr*, I
serve* tho eyeaigbt; ol& tLe ygghkL and quick_ that ol the old. room; Mrs. Bursa, Mabbette search In vain th'e world around for another "
street. furnished room; Mrs. Souders ; place where ample reward of energy -
You $5. $10. $201or other lampa. but you' cannoC get .
can or i and "
pay
industry
Mabbette street.., ,,2 furnished rooms; is coupled with so
hatter light than the low-priced Rajro. pres..t'" *t! Mrs. S. J. Taylor Mabbette street,2; much, climatically, that contributes to : .

Made cI eatd bra.'Dicld:9Jat: cl. Eadi without [emov furnished rooms; ,,Mra..Prouty, Verona the joy of living. -Ocala Banner. .. '"

., IDa. iLado or cbbnoey. E7 to dean sod,"ewkL' street. 1.fumiahedoroom'tJ.; ,: W. wino -. - !

Paean ewrywUrei er wrier.fir aion..i drealtr. in.* .e ear a..e el ter..I' Orlando street,. 2 furnished rooms; E Order of Publication Act *..... Olllc;:.. ...

Standard Oil Company , Plnney, Summer street 2 unfurnished In ttfe Clrou" Court ol the Circuit In and lor Oaocola County SUM ol Z :MACH: : '
1 BaGS-:
Oaaarp -*<) - rooms; C Buckets Mabbette street Florida. In Chaneerr. ;
H. C. Stanford complainant vs J, jr. Merrill,
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furnished R. T. Butler Verona
room
; and .(.lout all peraoua claiminc, an Interest :
street, 1 furnished room; T. W. Ellis, under tha laid i. 1. Merrill or ".rwln. and Z Livery Feed and Sale .Stable '
.. rurut all other
other ,
--- persons than the
fit' Verona street, 1 furnishedroom; E. S. aboTa known and. named partft. elaimlnx ,

Beeland Verona street 1 furnished and defendant IDle.., |D the property in Dili bill described. : Agt. International Harvesting Co.;| .

m 1 unfurnished room; Mrs. Perdew, Verona To all whom It may concern: x

street, 2 unfurnished rooms; ROBS died It appearing ID this cause from that the there sworn are bill I peraoua of coir plaint intereit p-r.T KIN: $ :I3EA4Y: fTAtYrINGF.

Osceola L'umber"Company Craves "Emmet street and Clyde 'avenue er than the known defemlaDti.\ and that the .
3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping n.meaof inch persons 10 Interested are un Everything and first class. We render prompt and 1
Cearden known to Ih. complainant and that relief liprayed satisfactory Service day or night. .
Mrs. V. ) Emmet
; C. In mid l bill of complaint' agalnn muchnekuowu J
and J. R. Graves, defendant*. r "
street, board rooms
;
It li therefore ordered that all perilous claim. ONEHALF BLOCKFROM PASSENGER DEPOT ,
-- Jmmet!: street, 1 furnished room; J. J. InK an Inierftnl In and to tits following dewribvd -

Woodall 2 unfurnished rooms; Mrs. W. btit lirouerljr po'Florida, to-wit la: the county of Oeoeola. Kissimmee, Fin. (r [Phone 113 T '

E. Brack 3 furnished !BoKlunlnn' 67 font Mouth and 47 degree Est
.--. -DEALERS IN--.----- Smith street of tile Went corner of Lot 4 in Block ID of the ,...... .
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rooms; Mrs. Barnes Emmet street and ituutti. FlorIJa Railroad cnmpanr'l surrey of ...... ...... .
'h. town of KluMmmee -
,
city and running South
. Dillingham'avenue 2. furnished rooms; I IT deKreei }ut So 'feel North 43: del""" Eau 50
and Dressed Lumber .
Rough Dr. E. Derbyshire, Clyde 2 (feet: .North <7 degree. Went .'* feet South 48 degree" -- '
avenue Weai W feet being east otint 4,of eau C.:: A. CARSON, Pre.ldeD x.. C. :liBYAN, 8ECBETAK7: '.
furnished rooms; F. S. Gilbert, Rose lion. twenty two (i2i. In Township twvntT-flv
(:i ) South of Singe !
twenty-nine (1\1)) East do
avenue, 1 furnished room; J. M. Lee, ai>|H r 'to the comp tin.nl'. bill of complaint
WINDOWS, DOORS Clyde avenue 2 furnished rooms; J. J. hi-rvlu fllwl, on or before,the Rule day of Feb The Waters & Carson -
nary l''U to-wit the litb day of seethe
L>ann, Clyde avenue and Hughey street old bill will be Uktn an Feb"rry.: .
SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, UME It l I. further ordered that thus order be pub-
8 furnished rooms for light housekeeping ll.hed once a seek for twelve (112)I ) conkecutlvewwlca
J ; Mrs Clay Johnson Vernon and lu the Knnlmmee Valley 0..."..; .
Du..pa'.r publttibod" in natd Oweolt county of
NOVELTY \/v.ORKS Johnson afreets,:2 furnished rooms; T. general circulation In said county Grocery CompanyWholesale
Wltnem Will H. i'rice. Judge of laid Circuit
Van Duzer, Beaumont avenue andjrPat- C"nn. and my name an. Clark thereof and the
official of the court, This Mh day of crtobcr A. -
rick street, 1 furnished room Mrs. F.
;
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL I'I HIM. A'"m-. E. DOIno..,..
W. Stalker 1 furnished room; Dr. W. !-Keal] Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. and Retail Dealers In- ,

L. Winn. 3 suites of rooms for I light U. F. Kribbi. noUcltor By ELIZABETH I for complainant JOHNBTON.:) : D.4.rl.t c

I .JIlt .JIlt Free Delivery to All Parts of City .* .JIlt housekeeping; Dr. M. J. Hicks, Church)

street, 3. furnished rooms for light Order of Publication.. GROeE'RIESWE
In the Circuit Court ol' the Seventh Judicial
housekeeping; Mrs. E. E. Kulp Churchstre circuit. In and for Oxceola County elate of

t, 2 furnished rooms; J. W. Lilly Florida. In f
B. U) N'.rlmeCorn
Church street 1 furnished room; Geo. ....

Gilbert, Church street, 2 furnished Green William, Otto J. Gr..en.F. 'J. Bill Kemove. SELL .WE BUY
for Rev. W. All persona other .riaarat'j cloud fromabo.e -
rooms light housekeeping;

TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4w H. Funk Main and Church, streets 1 IT inif in in thin named I m"c partlm tbe.:, r Title HAY -'-. HIDES. }" '

furnished room; Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, fendinU. I". .
Main and Church street 1 furnished To all] whom it may concern: RAN) FURS'FERTILIZERS
room; C. W. Griffin Main and Church appearing l from the worn bill I of complaint:
-VIA- filed in thli case that there are persons Inter
streets! 1 furnished room; Mrs. M. F. rated in the property Involved:: In this salt, olh WOOL *
Sears kfklnstreet! 1 suite of rooms, er than the. known defendant, and that the .
t 1 1f C. L. Bandy Main street, 2 furnishec name of inch penoni ao Interested are un SHINGLES ,.1 ',
fAT known to the complainant, and that relief la I '
AND 'Ii!
Mrs. J. E. Main
rooms Williams
ANTIC COAST LINEr ; prayed li. Bald Bill of Complaint atalnkt munch
I street 1 furnished room; Mrs. F. E. unknown defendant ORANGE BOXES #.. ; ....
McCall. Broadway, 2 furnished rooms; It !I. therefore ordered that all persons claiming ALL "
au lnter..*t In and to the following dvecnbed OFtANQE WRAPS _
r Mrs. Hilton Broadway and Bradstreet property situate! !In the County of Okceola, . ..
rooms and board; Mr Irene Stair ol Florida' toAvIt+ : 'COUNTRY 'fir
"Seminole Limited" Saunders Park street, rooms and board. The southwest quarter the loutbweit quar VEGETABLE; CRATES : ; /
f e Flyer tarot the wslbdetysacker, and lot four ((4)) of
Mrs. Guice, Park street. 3 furnish :
ectlon twenty-five ((27)Istowmhlp4) twenty-five NAILS' ... :.PRODiJ E.; 1fj
CRATE ]
rooms for light housekeeping; Mrs. D. (29)), mouth of range tweuty-eicht psi, ewt,doapperwtheComp . .,;.,.., ', .
."South Atlantic Limited P. Graham, Park street- furnished | dn.n4'eBillo :Complaint f' \ii"1,")" !''r''.:..i.'ll.i: : 't
herein flab on or before the) Rule lay ofFebraary -
room for light: housekeeping; Mr. 1VI2.\ to wit thettn daj of February, elie ' '
.
: .
Mann Bass, Main street, 8 rooms Mr. the laid bill will be ,' : ''Vi l'r1fi}
1'' ; taken a* confessed. '' .,' .
anVindsJ: .
"Montgomery Route"Tarootli Henry Bass, Main street 1 furnished It to further ordered that ibis order be pub- .Welsell: field and garden'seeds of ; -
\ limbed once a week for twelve, (1 It) eonrecutiveweelufsWeKl.t
room J. J. Griffin Main street 1 furnished >'
I I ; immeeValley Ulaetteanews We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
"room D. k Floyd. Main and : 'in. .
; paper published mid Okceola < ouaty o< general
ilbaan Cars from Chicago, SL Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grand Lake streets 1 furnished room; Mrs.E. oliculitiou In raid County. parties. ,

( Teland Louisville Nashville Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. A. Russell Main and Oak streets, i Wltnern James W. IVrkin. .Jud c ol said NoflS.Wg
Rapids, Circuit Court, and name a Clerk thereofat Free delivery in cit'llimits. Phone a
furnished room for light housekeeping ,.! the Official 1 of alaN: ,, this Nth day of I
CAR SERVICE A. Dietze Aderhold street 2 furnish October, A. I). It II. are county agents for good fertmz rs.IAskl' ;U8 for ci/oular_ '*- -- ''
hies [BCAL.l] AHTHfH E DONEOAN,
rooms; JJarlinllt.Brack: street 4 4
Cli-rk Circuit( Court and. prices on fertilizers.
furnished rooms; H. N. Bratton, Bass By Kt.lf. BKTll JOIINKTON, D. C.
,For further information call on or write to I and Brack streets, 2 furnished rooms Q. F. Kribb. Uollcl.or for Q.w .laln.ul. 431 1 l-t -- -- -

W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, K sslmmee. Fla., for light housekeeping; Mrs. E. O. Tat-
man Aderhold and Oak streets. 1 furnished Notice of Executor for Final r

J. Q. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent room; Mrs. W. A. Prescott 1 1 Discharge.In .
I Tampa Florida. furnished room.

J Court of the Count) Judge, State of Klorl.laIn
._ , : W r
--- - re-eetAte of
- - - -- -- -------- ----- ---- -- -- - ---- Martha A Turlliitftuu 'leeeaii
O'l. Oaceola county.
Notice in hereby; given, to nil htnn 11 mat
concern thAI ou the Mth dsy! of May., A. 111J1 >
1 hail apply t4;1ttu. Ubuoralj.e ieo F.
e Difference Beiween COMFORTand DISCOMFORT I'arker, Judge of said CoCrtTaH: Judge of Probate
for a final rjiacharge a. extt-ulor' of the
vltiteof Marina, A TnrliMBton.!dcceaxvd.nd>
that at the come time 1vnl i pry sent my fliiitlafctiuutM
an executor of .d.1 l ltate, and ask for

J st as a hair may divide the false from the true, sorjay their approval.Dated Ntiveiuher:; 10th A. D I''H.

U. O llK.m,

a spring prove the difference between comfort and l-lm06mo ,:-- EX""I..r 3'i

c scomfort. And comfort is desirable condition. Application for Final; Discharge.In t
a
very Court of the County Judue., "UUJ of Florida.
Oaceola County. In re kutate uf Time B....
dec'd.
'
Notice U hereby given, to all a hum it may concern -
It is restlessness at night and loss of sleep which produce ner- that on the 10th day of January A O. 1-'I2.! ) 1fl
_
I .hall apply to the Uorornti o (;<*>. K Parker
vousness; which undermine1 health. In too many instances the Judge Anal discharge of aald Court..administrator, aa Judifo of the Probate estate, fore of of.r1rc: a ed. .

real is Time Baaa. deceased: and that .t the same time 1
cause not thought of. Are you laboring under discomfort will present my final ,account* at administrator ofmaid
_..".. and ask for their.""vroval.1J I / "H
t which robs you of a night's good rest? Perhaps your bed is not >ated. July OSCAR 7th. A. D.BAR wj.Sr Admlnlutrator.

equipped'with the proper spring. Perhaps the spring is too weak :2Hlmomo.. ._ "Pittsburgh Perfect" '

in some places and too rigid in others and has an uneven surface. Application for Final Discharge.In C Wire Fencing is best all through. \3\ It
Court of the County Judge 'I.t. of i lorltla,
Oiceola lam., County In re Katili-: f 11. II \\Ill- Thewire ia drawn from a special quality of open .
deoeeuied.
Mine\ isn't Notice la af'':oaths: r. given' to all' N I iium: it mayeoncera. TlIE EST hearth'material-tough, pliable. strong long lived :'|
0 Mine is I 'JHh day of \i rll.. \. U.IBJi WIRE like old-time iron wire. It ia.the.best fencing
:. .The .4 OSprinbcd ; I mhalL apply to the Hoimt.iMe, Uro F. ...
Parker Judge of said Court a. Ju'lut-of I'ro- wirepossible to manufacture .
hate,.for a final dlacharge aa n.hnb.Mrntor. "Jif'.
the estate of L.I Willf.ma. dei-....e,1 Hud Calvanizinff Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect
that at the aame time L, wlii |re.v>i; in) final the* wile 'i. positively! moisture proof.
accounta a* administrator of < I ,, nat and Perfect EIOCM> ;
ask for their approval. The fact that
hated Oct. 26. A. U 1911.
44-lmo-Cmoa A. fc.: DKOUofcT. Adntut-trator. All Stay Wires and Line Wire are Electrically.Weldednot

_.
: only eliniinatea the weakening" and. '

, I is guaranteed the best made. 'It is manu- Notice of Executor. mOJaNre. -c4thennc wraps clamp .
In Court of th. County .. ,
.' factured of highly tempered Premier wire tare KataM of ., "lId..iSta.. I l 1.>w..1' f Florida.. Oa-..- (and ties, but practically transforms .
/ f ola Count*. [the fence into ku..of perfor --- J 4
/ t l1 which gently; conforms to the body lines. Jlotloa la. areby rUen. to aU',. om It may ass "'
( ooeena. that on the let tar of March A. I*. fated steel, fmn--! A'7 -n- ..'.if iaiN
Each of.the 8 J Oil tempered-coils is carefully Itlli I I ahall apply to the Honorable jr Par- .
; / hem.Judge ofr Court., aa Judge Ii""i'robale | wute W".. There U no wart wire to make useless weight i|
r t sted. The frame work and connecting wires for a oaf I dlaobasa* aa Admllatrat of tile Vinatead. heavier wire U UNd'and all the
a eatalaof Taaapl A. Mini.<*naaa..il and that al weight _
l .are stiff and rigid to hold the spring in shape. tfce sane Uaae I will'nr.-ent my anal] aeetmutalaartannlatrator tUWaiteWtifbt ia /.,.". Stay w...beiq of tbeMIIM'silt.'"
said
The whole is heavily coated With'd rable\ &b rx w.of aataM. aid aak tot "'line wire, the '- h

'black enamel which makes the spring noiseless x7 iiiMdgeel A.P C.111._A.. MJI'Ot.' "PitUburgh Perfect" Fence .kit..StroogMTiB, tU Wotl
+ l 1!-' J and rustles.and'germ:proof.-The; >surface}' Adafalatrmter. ,73 tyle and aiMa, 'adapted to rery'- ". r

i is smooth and even"' with. no' rptigh entUto' Noce: of Adxninlitratpr. FARM. RANCH lAWN. POULTRY. se. '- 4
1a poor{of CGaat, Jud...llCate toe rJortd.. .
w aon.ovAtANTS Y' '
tear mattress tick., Insure,your comfc ,0if+tW 018..uaQ.Wrl hl l .o-.. ,... #M '5tV

/t 7" ,Sold' -under 5-7earFiiaranteeC.'t. .If 1 your. ..:.< e -r' ." ,ltitf g oe Ulat is k.iaby_ UIa'iivirod o4. lf1.wh.......,.It. .4.maa P. W.. BMakinson Go.KlMunmee :7.\- i>
1112.1 aae.ll pressers myannaal ae .,. Addafelrsto.ef "E c
'; : "" .:dale:.ytxo't! -;* ,j':fop-lrFtite"to.* !: {' .r " dewed so she tae lIo.ble a..gts of SleiI Yee om!.YUIa a. ; (

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CIILRCII DIRECTS Y YBAFTIT. A Nice Gift Package. J. W. THOMPSON S.H.BULLok

-or exchange for My "Express Box" of mixed citrus .
Kissimmee property,orange l fruits packed specially for the holiday
ard! for those iwishinff to remember -
trade
grove on Shingle Creek: capacity jg .
friends at a distance, containing oranges -
now 600 to 800 boxes; A. J. Holt D. D., pasteSunday .. grapefruit, tangerines and kumquats FUNERAL, DIRECTOR, : ) REAL ESTATE .,.
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is the best srlfjt package ** *ttMu% %
BOO large sweet seedling Mr. Nodope let and
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I bible -School 9.45 ,. fered. Price $1.00 per INSUR'APJCEExamination
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trees. 3 miles from Kissim- Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited. H.
| Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.19p.a. R. Overstreet. Kissimmee, Fla. 44-tf LICENSEDEMBALMEROpposite f
half mile from
V mee; shipping B. V. B. U. 6:45: p. m.
station, 7 acres land. Price i j I Communion Sunday. Boarding House for Sale. of Tit sa

$3000, ; Monday (after 3rd Sundail. .
house of nine rooms includ- CourthouseKISSIMMEB
Boarding
j J. M. W1LLSON The -pure'food expert Woman's Miss. Union-Dmx t p. m.Wednesdayafter ing bath-room. Hot and cold water, k Specialty.
i ( let Sumiij).. bath toilet) and sink; electric lights.
pronounced our stock | Worn. Miss. -Union SocullioSpmI House furnished complete and filled
I Thursday with boarders at this time, Large lot FLORIDA Corresoondence Solicited.
pure 'and up-to-now, and I Prayer 130x160. Can be purchased on very __u ________ _
I meeting7:00: p. m. reasonable terms. For particulars call
: w. L. m DUZOB bought a pound of Clo- | VIsitors always welcomi.PUESUYTERIiK.. on or write us. H. M. BREAKER & ,

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verb loom Butter at 40 ( The Kissimmee Library.The EVERY SUCCESSFUL, MAN ACHIEVES j

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cents to send to Dr. Wileyas I S. S. Snyder I pastor. Kissimmee Library offers to its SUCCESS THE SAME WAY -
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subscribers: a list over ,
'I Sunday School 9.45 t a-A. S. books by the beet authors any or all of ,
New Year's BY SAVING
a MONEY
present. I Nelson, superintendent which you hive the privilege of readingfor

4 . Real Estate It's atNorth. Christian Church Service 11 L anxiT.OOp.m.! only $2;or which' $5 for secures a familymembership. a singlernetnberehtp Do you want to b. successful, ? Start. saving now.. Put your money in

j End..a'orI"in. capt. Trench the librarian,
1 ], Prayer and Bible study Itarsday.7.00 will issue you a membership card for CITIZENS BANK OF. KISSIMME
FLORIDA 1I | Pm.. j jI' the above amount.. Library in State
KISSIMMEB. !' Visitors most cordially iirited to all Bank building. 8-tf
I' r.erviocb. I We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in i iOst
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Kissimmee I -" I II Bola County.

I ....UITS AND A.Savings Bank loaned FREE ft you haven't procuredone .
j I METHOWST. I SHIP VBGKTABLBSTo do so at one .
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I T. Gaines pastor.Sunday' "
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Taylor'sQaick School at>145 5 a. m.-J; L. VINZAIMT&CO." ABTHua E. DONCOAN Fr..Id.llt W. U. NORTON. Ca>h

I Overstreet, super l1lfndnl. .'' I JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.

Preaching servlCdll II i m., and 7:30p.

Delivery Phone Ji50 m. 4sot --
c( ; THE BEST FOR YOUR Junior LearU..tp.S..mor / .'.. -= .... -

League/ :VeC7: : 0 p. m.
Gen. prayer Miniefours./ 7:30 p. m.
HOME{ OR STORE
Holy communion net lat Sunday. GRAPEFRUITOR
You are cordiillj brit d to each,of
these services.
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L+4 a A. M. Chl.bobD l ,pe1prr( ,For. the' Kitchen T

The result of 14- years actual Preaching atUn,,!, *nd /KX: Tp.- % experience In ;sighting Cost ..upertntende..I.I.Harria.-Bible School t t !'.:.C.L B.,VowU aU cotd in ourlrr tot srood stock vain. __ or an Orange Grove buy your Trees from

4 operating no greater than *-- ;VTe uaka specialty of aou..holdrd the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.
rt kerosene. Rivals, Sunlight. Buperintend: '-* -I .... bar" la twee... lots sad ..a QUALITY COUNTS-Everything
_train : to MO you get from i>
Christian "
i Increase real estate values.... for market growers ,'every..' ;'S5J' 1 will ft* latonslod ta oar new us is first-class. Our favorable soil and-tocation
.Let us tell you more about the st.i..'. ''Bs y Bet E.rI," T_/.. evening at 6: p.;.: :..r'<-':\,. 'r =of make it possible for us to produce stock that has I

STANDARD ACETYLENE A winner wh.re*.r FOWL Especially] Prayer m.elafedcpolrpttjcde!:;t'"! 11892" J Pure>> 'Spnn AluminumCookingUtensils no superior. Our,CONNER SEEDLESS Early
,4. .AND V GASOLINE LIGHT- dapud to aLe South. Pkt lOcj or.. tOe: eryThursd4tt116''ne...;.:. ;"- 'r"" R i Orange is far superior to the Parson Brown. d"CONNER'S
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X ticulars'of your requirements The iaol Ja lb. Work'&ad CUe Taul. .........'; ,, '.t:. .;.;..* '> V buddedarlety now produced anywhere. We have the
will SpedaI SIraIu ""- -.;; c '. . r A..w.ed iMttor'waf*whine lstrw :, 'lar.st !stock! of two-y.ar Grapefruit buds In Florida'
A and.iw;; gladly 'furn han oIl.t.Cucua. M.... KeT. i \ t "'-baaltafeHood. as II oanaotckipoRtetackt.eadah.norspoil to,i i Write for Catalogue,. full of
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estimate. W.-Ioa.. '. lildl F.etQl.i; faEy ; food a. .. practical
..;,.... m* your I li* oi MX] Want*aaj IT1 S.rvic '.teeond.'and fa FV 'Tbll(1.it.briKbt.it1oar.*t-lainnc'\, "' 4 t.U&"geIUon... E.' MATTOCKS.Se. our Agent ;t
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GOOD ROADS TRAIN Picturesque M."ehurla.. -j
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1 '-J.,.. J andPhilosophy Wheat cornea Into the mills> """
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wf Feb. 35.. -. the winter, when the I'OUgb..UDC'ayh't: :
roads are frosen hard end ,
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Announcement i h as been received b y natives haul wheat for ZOO miles v 1.nstructiveCooking ,

the Board of County Commissioners to some casea'by means of a bte.Yls;eight'.twO Demonstration :

the effect that the Good Roads train, ,PERT PARAGRAPHS. wheeled cart drawn bY four to cuts

,which baa !bean; touring the state, will mules. Long trams of these an4oompanIO'Dablp. ,

be In Kiesimmee early In February., TESPITB:her railing\ ?:down.la her traveling! .together tor'protection seen p 'on the '
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This train la gent out under the diree.. heart a woman feels it Is cause at tight, can be ana - . .._4.

bon of the'State Good Roads Association for a divorce when her husband brings on the main hlgb.ay all winter or '
feature :
the
which IB affiliated.with.theAmerican'ABociation home unexpected company for ,dinner Uanchu'rlan are most lire picturesque\
tor the night the maid la out Great MaJestlc"Rang .
Highway Improvement
'1 It has been about in the
moving ,
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The poet who rare about the bean Merely Moral Effect. .
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tate for several! week. and baa done Uncle
ties of autumn probably never halt l.f) "Some o' dese reformers; said
much to increaae interest in road build- tih think of ,
get np before daylight to. bunt Raaberry, "makes me .
cow.*la a frosty pasture. "Raatus Pinkie)"'. dog I says to Im, ,

ing.The train carrie. a moat interestingarray '- .'Rutua..1 saya. 'la dat dog good fob Showing .
of samples of the'varloua mater- .A. woman'a Idea of getting something rater An' be says 'No; b''s mighty just how little fuel l it takes to
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.Ws which it la possible to use in make for nothing la baying $10. worth of bad fob rata. 'Doea be ketch 'em an' . ,
goods she doesn't need In order. to get i kill 'emrNo.' .' says TUstus; '11don't do perfect and
ing permanent roads, and,.it la a fact enough trading stamps to exchange for I ketch 'em. ner be don't kill 'em baking to heat all the t'
that in. almost every community there _
a sofa pillow she doesn't wantWhen But If they comes fool In' around himhell
ia some native soil or rock which is mighty 'em todeath. water wanted. Set f ol '
skier
.,near ten pieces of fine :, .
Available for this The exhibit "
purpose. yon ,eee a man handing ont -Washington. Star. .
also shows the different types of'roads cheap cigars yon know It taut the ant |<' s ware given FREE with

bow they are constructed: ,' what they mc: nDerflelal. each ,range sold .

cost' etc. There are some people who keep
L 10 In addition to the exhibit, the train nope seems to be the most promla'Ing their morality In the piece; It Is astuff
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|fftrrlea several! lecturers. The. men of the emotlona, of which they never cut them-
selves a coat.-Joubert Will : Come ?
are experts and.can, therefore, n6t only you
road. It yon want to know where your boy: .
J tell all about bow good are
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la tonight don't ask him tomorrow
made, but by their knowledge of the morning. .Ask'bis small brother ANNOUNCEMENTSFor
benefits of improved highways will be

able to arouse Interest in the subject Going np In an aeroplane may bee Clerk Circuit Court.At :

This visit will be of particular interest new sensation but we would rather the urgent aollcltailon of my friends

to this city by reason of the present get ours by having some one give usa throughout the rountr, I hereby announce my OSCEOLA HARDWARE
aeir candidate lor Clerk ol in*circuit Court COM'PYTo
enthusiasm for better streets.: The live spot. In and for Oaoeola county a: the romlni prl-! i
man. 1 wlub to thank tbe people l for their
train will make here arriving -
long
a stay kind support lu tbe |put. and nolle It thelrmpport {
Saturday. Feb. 3. at 3:66 p. m., What's the use of spending ao much In the future If tlrfted, 1 ulMlr" n>T
hunting new comets They faithful 1 .rrvlreand prrtunal nlt-enliou' lo the I
and leaving Monday, Feb. 5, at noon. energy duties of Iheoffloe KwprctfiillT, I -
in are worse than aeroplanes when It J L. OVBllSTRKET: "
arranged
Whether the schedule was
comes to gate money.
this way intentionally or not the good

roads party will find Kissimmee a'most Conclusions) are jumped at so often |IFor Tax Assessor L

delightful place to spend Sunday. The that It Is a wonder that the poor tb1naren't o II.o"r..b" *' rannounce myaelTft candidate for the -- -- - -- ----

"long stay here will also give the Boardof scared Into a duck fit office to of(he Tax will Afmeppor of Ibe Democratic of OiMpola voter county at. Bub.jert the.

Trade and other interested persons coming. primary. end If elected promise.. to -- 1 ,
give rar pvrooual 'attention to every detail ron'
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an opportunity to show the lecturers Habit. uerted with the office. t. PUCKILH

the finest part of Florida The train Habit binds us with a chain .

will be in St. Cloud Saturday Feb. 3, Strongany cable. Our Friends
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For :
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from 11:04: a. m. to 3:34: p. m. The But we are not able.

train Is underline /general direction of Several a times knlttlnc.we do a thinAa -. Instruction.
person
Mr. J.. G. Dampier, president of the There la In a Ilttl while I hereby announce mTMflf candidate/ tor tbeoffice .
No such tiling quitting. of Superintendent Public )InHtrurtlon I We desire to thank
State Good Roads Association; and Mr. of Onceola count. aubje. 10 the will of the our friends both. old
A. B. Dunning, lecturer, representingthe Wbeth.r they are good or had Democratic volera at Ine coming primary and ;
If elected I will! devote ray entire time to the "
and
American Association for Highway Or Just harmless acting dntle-aof the oro..e. K D. lUlCL new, for their liberal patronage during
When th,-y have us In their grip

Improvement.The dates should be kept in mind by Do And They we their try are to qulfe power break exacting.to away crumble For Member -of the'ILegislature) the year, and to assure them that the com

our people. There is no more vital subject They will drag ue back again I hrrrhy announce mjll ta a candidate fo .-

before the public today than good Aa their orranta humble.Ia the the i.fflre Florida of KrpreaentatlTe 1..1I1.1.II"e.aubject from this to the count will 10 of ing year will find us ready to supply their '

roads, and this is an opportunity \o gain the Democratic voters at the coming primaryand
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It amoklng a cigar. sek the of all while oi I .
support the voter wants with first-class
a great deal of valuable Information on To the playhouse going the count*. B CLAY BT.NFORD goods at reasonable M
Without Or a certain kind of food
this; subject expepse. In OUT stomachs towing; prices. .<
I* It drinking what la Dot Notice

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Habit baa u. firmly held Uudertheprotleiona of Section ?Gfl of I beGe.pr.1
10,000 BY 1913 statutes of the Plate of Florida noticeia
In Ita Iron t.th.r.Dablt
hereby Riven tb.t.t. regular metfllni of the
'I Board of County Com mi..,.. era of OceolHcounty
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Booster tells ua what to do. In Mid 't..*.. held on the lat day of C. Stanford
Pittsburg for Kissimmee Cornea along In.laUD_ January D W1J. (be boundaries of <'ornmlKMlonera Company
M: To /Its mandate, sharp and stem. District NOK 8 and 4 in add coon
Writes Optimistic Letter. There la no realatlngRolda tv were changed} and that:' said boun>1arle8, at
ua quite .. Arm as though changed, are now an foPowDltlritt :
No Beginning at tbe northeaxt
Folks who know about Klssimmee w. were locked In cage, corner of township 2.A aonth. range 04 east. and
Though we break It when It -... runuiua thence west on the county Hue to Iberanue .
boosters Kissimmee matter jikr'
become for no
Drawing steady wages.An line dtvldtnlllowo.bh.O.o where they are. The best way to on acid range line to Lake EnMt Tohope.
kallva\ ; thence eouthweat to the bead of the
Inform folks about Kissimmee is to Expedient.' Liriluage Canal on said lake; thence down

give them ,the opportunity to read the "Why on earth do you suppose that center thence of west Mid across canal said to Lake lake Tobopekallga to It. woaternmargin ;

Valley Gazette. every issue of which ia Mae Is going'to marry .young Bllffklnsr ; thence south on weMehoreof acid
lake to the caual) thence down cue center ul 4
crowded with valuable information c.n.lIO Lake typreaag; thence east on the mar. < ,,...,' .\ 'wa
about this magnificent country.It The only reason that I can think of ginof Lakecrprena; 'thence east to lownnhlp : '. or ,, ,.. ,
la that she baa worn all her brother's -diTldlng townships a and 2e; thnnoe eat ,
follows, therefore that the best to the range line between ran 81 and 82, 4 .
neckties and want to tackle:. a new thence itoaih to the townnbip line dividing .
beat way to make boosters for Kissim- lot" "",'nhtno ttt and 21; thence east to the eastern .

mee is to circulate the Valley Gazetteas along boundary the of county the county line to, tli and. point thence of beginnlug north. COLE the .

widely as possible. For this reason HasQltsble. Optometrist ,
iktrict No. 4-U..glnnlr'c al the northeahtporner ,
the action of the County Commission "1 called the other flay but you were of townHhlp 'Routh., rangB J4 eaitt< in for number cot In." running thence houlb on the county line to the
era subscribing a large
townHulp line dividing I townships 41 and 8J,
of copies of this paper, to be sent to "Oh. do en II again. thence wewt on old town.hlu line to the Klfalmmee <
river; tbence. north on western bound
all parts of the country, is exceedingly "When? art h'n'' the conuty to Lake Cy : thence wants to see you about your eyes. ;
I won't be home Lake
makes "Bay Thursday. east on cut shore of Cypreiato
wise. The Gazette boosters, and
the .
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township between
then either." IOWI'KhtI'K| n and
the more boosters Osceola county has, 1II: thence eau along, ald Hue lo the range '
line between range Stand Hi: thence south -
the better for the county. All the Sam. along nald I Una Jo the township .line between t
tow uCMps M and !9, and thence cant to the ,
letter from Kissim
The following a "Are you superstitious 7' VO.nIOr; beginning '
mee booster in Pit tabling is interesting.Mr. : "Well. I never have any luck on said cbaniea being made u> der thepro,'l lalona 504r
0CI..t". ::Axe' Ants of 1\IW.\ Lnwiol
Weasel wants to see 10,000 popda- Friday." t lortclalu --
"Is It different from other days In ittieia. whereof 1 have hereunto set mv
tion here by the last of this year: So land and official seal, at Klwilhiniee, In sold I .3
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1)0) we all, and it can be done if we will that respect r* count mlIBca uf. Oireola. thin. !rd day uf January, A. .
all Here the letter ."Not a bit." 1). , DO IT TODAY '
keep boosting. is : (! ) AKTHIRE DOKKUJIN, ,
"Pittsburg, Pa,, Dec. 29, '11, 2-11 Clerk ( Ircult Court.VETERINARY.

"W. B. Harris, Kissimmee, Fla. : .

Dear Sir-Enclosed. fins .renewal of. X 811Aotlnll ...J.t
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- my subscription.; : I must keep up withhe SURGEON - - - - .' -- ---...:......--- -" - ,

i pJocession. Let's see that 10,000 : Substi from Clark, S. Dak., ia f' ,

ovulation in another year. You are .. tute. located here for practice. -
aware that I am a booster for "Are you the
fr ape Calls Frcmpily Alluded lo Day or Nigh
leeimmee in Pittsburg, Pa. man of toe
up Office over Mach Bros Livery Barn
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"Yours respectfully, house? 1.13tl'd C.; A.
"Tea, air COLE
"ALBERT H. WESSEU" O "la your wife i MV {

at home

WILL BUILD HERE: la"No.bow sir.I come That Begin the New Year right d

to be man of the by trading with

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keeps first-class groceries, .. '"
Among the prospectors of the last ---- -

[couple of weeks who came to investi- r fresh IDELIVERY meat and fruits 1ill C'

ate the advantages and opportunities Some Few Remarks."What -- -
t this section were Mr.and Mrs. De- was he lined for ANY HOUR LUMBER ;.

Ht "Whitney, Arkville. N. y ; Mr. "Basslng tbe umpire.** North Kissimmee. Phone 8. ill I LATHS MOULOINOa 8HINQLHS
-What did he say to him r
hn Whitney and wife Downsyllle
"Ask me wbat be didn't aay. I have
Y.; Mr. E. L. Hinckley Fleisch- I :
not time for the other"L
ann, N. Y., and Miss Maqd Dawson, ;

Jpion Grove, N. Y. Mr. Hinckley has Explained. al

/ready purchased a lot in Went Kis- "1 wonder wbat does It." There is a difference in
irnrnee and plans to build on it at once "Doea wbat r - '

\pretty bungalow, :His wife will coma "Makae U.... Brawn' ao fat" Pastry flour '

own later. Mr..John Whitney baa "Oh. everything." ." a Dyal-Upchurch Building:,,Jacksonrille, Florida .

Hso decided to build in this even at the same price and we
";home Shipments mad. to the Our stock |la made from t ,
consider the say; part or state. tile best timber In Florida, It well nanufaetured -'
and his plan. accord The Rude Jar.
making
ty, and
"Their honeymoon lasted for a ,carefully]] graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload Iota ar .ex eptJonaIJ1 good. ? d, :
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:ly, seems to be no let-up. in month" OBELISK . , '" *
'tide i of Immigration this way. Theo

New York, families are 6f the typesubstantial "And.then" I suppose-- aha aakad him at 90c a' bags -
for money.. : .hiher.grade than other at .
people whom;KissfmrnelantaT .. any ---
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and-who r,'eomlng'. here in In.ulag The Only Explanatlan. ,... .v any price. C ''h.r e3 7f 4

mu>;gberg:'. ."Mary baa grown quite pretty.*- 11'7.It once.

:When :did the. oUT .man" strike K MAGAZINE EDITION 25 C T = ,f a '
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l\, ..Natural, Longing./ 1. ___ 1 Dibble. & Son .
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on".;taunt expect r this ,working ,.'"-K."* ::.->NjdeH3tat.ry... t .. '- r crrj
.a' toaee lurnry'wealth; .Aa boar paaaed eay Uva Turk a....<:j Broadway'. ( We still have 4 fe'rcopie4\\f the Special Magazine Edition of th0 Valley Qazetto) aSyou_ ad better g 14n -'f J > fj jf1y

..wltbout,longing for a hara._ .,- A way he baa of doIng .. " '..,: our ordpr now
'.'Wo could be fatauy see the tote' _, >'.'_'" -. < .. they are all gone. Finest souvehir of Florida.'OtceolaCounty. .and', Klsslmmee 1&3
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*\. t. ,Ia wart" for, .him. was brewfnav '',, 'j,1' .J.." ''" >dry ...., 7f. f 1 .M1L'r': ,rj.yw

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r 10 Retiring ,Atsoci. _

FERRIS HAMS' Several State Editor Pay Thei/K ''a .Wax. Poetical 'ai" ,Advertisements are Inserted under thU'head at the rate of 8 Cent . I

ate Editor of The Valley G** Song per line each insertion. i ti

They Think of His Orange ft** waters of the Locket y.

little higher in HU New Home Out by the 81- FOlt ALEJ.OR"'SALEThproughbrecCB FOR SALE-Three residences. .One in t.: j
t
are a '
Eureka addition, $600: one in Lilly ,
.... .' j . ,"- .' I addition. $1,600 j one In .Bass' .addi-* ,,a "'-
--'''' -'. -
price but- :-: : 'tt Or- Lion? 2600. Waters/ & Carson Grocery .,'.
*.plngton. eggs Geo. A. Gilbert. ,39-tf Company. rln.tf.

K 1 t. A. PAIR of &good gentle work horses TWO very desirable resident lots in .:j I. :

11 I for sale cheap. Ross Graves. 26-tf Carson addition, each 60x164 feet. t. l. '

; There are 16 bearing orange trees on i f fi
FOR SALE- cottag;
new 6-room .
these lots, under good new fence, "
For
I, information, call, at Methodist located close to the lake. $350 cash : '
,
":; ". parsonage. 44-tf takes the two. See !H.: -M. Breaker I :

FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs: &Co. SltfF1VK i !

DNSli. male and female. Apply to H. W. city. lots on which Is located a

: D. R BLENIS Grocers Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf nice new five-room cottage fine view

'ThIs is amore or less TREES AND SHRUBBERY. -.ForV of the lake cool breeies. This prop-
,
fruit erty is located close to the-proposed
trees
,ornamental trees shrubbery
I or -
Visit our Delicatessen Counter faithful reproduction .of' of any kind write W. R. Speer electric line on high level Iota. A ;
Orlando Fla. 34.ttFOR bargain at $1600. Let us show you
and
.
get prices
'e
Triplett'8 physiognomy this property.. H. M. Breaker& Co.
.
,
Phone 9 )
SALE
-673 acres of land on Lakes 31-tf

He's a lot smarter than --. .Tohopekaliga Brown and Russell. E. J. FOR SALE-5-acre truck farm wbtjt r''J 1\
Kissimmee, Fla.48tf
4-room house; near city on railroa J.

he looks in the picture. rOR. SALE-on account of illness, Iam price$5OO, half cash. Address, Owne,... ,

\ forced to retire from business, Box 456,, Kissimmee, Fla. 45-tf ft

and am the Home for -
--- offering Bakery DO YOU WANT the ftnet muckTruckfarm' ,
sale. New stone and
1 If, baking room in Florida T I hava'it for sale. '
a oven just added to A.
large plant.
,
Smith. 48-tf Twenty-five acres bordering on lake, {
two miles from Kissimmee, fenced
FOR SALE OR RENTTwo FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and and cross-fenced with tight fence, i

Wen Known Tracts of grapefruit grove, about three miles flowing/ well, 17 acres in cultivation;

from Klaaimmee, on railroad. Will new 5-room house plastered, with i
ORANGE AND MUCK LANDS .. sell at a bargain. Address W. H. closets, pantry and porches; new i

Arnold. Kissimmee, Fla. 41-if barn. Lies on !main road. Only r

4500. !
SOUTHPORT CANAL LAND FOR SALE.-Windmill aipd,\ tank! good: Joining this are 30 acres 20 acres I.
1- as new. Mrs. C. V. Bearden. 37 tf cleared 6 acres plowed, also borderson

I ,. every editor in Florida will have s ---- ----- lake can be cut in 5 or 10 acre ..
This 331 Muck land is sit-
gores of-splendid Orange and
; I When a man has impresseq kilP1 FOR SALE-Two yoke well broken ox- tracts each tract' touching: road. ;
uated on Southport Canal, and has always been considered sonality upon| a community as AIL,/ S.J I. wanting Invitation.-Tampa Times. 'en. J. W. Miller. 46-tf Only 3200. Mrs. Summers, Lake-

i "BRAGLAND OF FLORIDA." ; Triplet!' did upon Ottreola coolly it II I I FOR SALE-Fine collection of differ _View Cottage South Kissim ee. 49tf ,

GOOD ORANGE AND GARDEN LAND. Excellent I not surprising that hi- name fid t&"*e The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. has ent designs of all kinds of embroider FOR SALE-Seeoml-hand:: tent, 18x35 '.

-4 for Orange trees and Truck a-ardening-without fertilizing. should reach .beyond. the bordenOf s''jolt completed its fourteenth year of ed dresses and waists in silk and wool feet. Apply to W. B. Maklnson Co.
direct from my factory in Switzerlandand 2-2t
FROST PROTECTION. LakeTohopekaliga is eleven community. Th. following'tdir usefulness, and Associate Editor Trip- sell them at factory prices. Thesegoods

I miles long and affords it line frost protection as the land lies I comments have .- *'r Wt, telling of his connection with the were placed on safe December I MISCELLANEOUS -

south and east of lake and near it. : his retirement from the assoai" 22 at Porter & Son's grocery store.
tor.hip of the Valley! (;aetu. H** paper, shows that the town and publi Albert Bosaart. near Shingle Creek, WADE the tuner. Orlando.
FLOWING WELLS
guaranteed: to purchaser. I off"*"//n cation-have grown wonderfully during Station formerly Guice place. 52-tf. I
are not the only rx)Tensions' "
GOOD TRANSPORTATION. One mile frontage on tie three and half The WANTED -The sweetest thing out for
which, have been heard. ho.er. for past a years. FOR SALE-Four acres. close in; 3
Southport Canal enables its owner to load his products direct. the doctrine gory is also a valedictory for Mr. Trip- acres in sweet potatoes; 3-room I your JlrlFull..r Greeme Candy-
.
I "Tri.. gave the lie to fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug
ly onto boats which there daily. he retired from connection with house. Price $375.
t pass 1 boner| Jrtt as ; Company. 33-tf
1
I that "a prophet is not witbuul House of 6 rooms bath-room toilet

i save in his own country." Hesiubemissed the paper and will go into the orange kitchen sink, closets and porches. I FOR fresh fish, phone the n-II Bass i
PEGHORN JUNCTION MUCK LAND J, D.
business. Kuvkendall,
| in Kissimmcf.I t though hib.volre. -growing Shop on lot can be converted into Market No. 189. ; *
19.tf'l
j, This tract of 1 115 1 acres is fenced and ditched and lies I will doubtless) ('ontlllO'"' to be l heard lot. some bearing orange: trees; closeto GET H. N. BKATTON to drive
will the duties yourartesian
near Peghorn depot and packing house. For general farming. I in rounded period even i to :I from Virginia, assume court house. Price, $2,100. I wellK 43-tf -...

dairy or trucking it is just what you want the seats of the mighty in Osceola
g Many thousand boxes of Oranges'and Vegetables are I county, as "the a ice of one tiT'if'' '"' ;Jacksonville Times-Union. Price, 500. Mrs. Mary M. Sum FOR Bass dressed Market poultry phone the Rull
No. 189. 19-tf
mers, Lakeview Cottage South Kis-
shipped annually from Peghorn Junction. the wilderness, out near X&rcooJwe - \ ;
simmee. 50-tf
1 GOOD INVESTMENT. If you are particular and want somew here. We do not for t moment AN. AUTO LINE: -.. .,_. -- -- -- -- .. MUTTON Rull Bass fresh. faT and firie, at the '
Market phone 189. 19.-tl
BEST LAND think that Triplett's ilrr ti(* 16 ACRES LAND-Two acres in grove
to invest in the at a price that i is right, investigate present -
under fence, 4 miles from city. For
this. will be permanent. Nonew p frlliu'' particulars see J. W. Goodman WOOD, per;; Brrftn =
Lake Mouse is entirely sane when heiimv'1"/" Proposed to Connect. is City With Box. 93. 60-4t 05.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co.S'j'
---- --
ISAAC HALL his scissors rate, and Wit
61 591MMEE. FLA. or make-up Coast Reilroad. FOR SALE-Pony and buggy the best PLEASE do not call at the ti
"break East
rather think that Triplett will be __ in town. Box 382. Kissimmee. 51-tf vegetables; you will find them on 1

ing into print" frequently, to tbe-eddi/ at the grocery stores. S. B. AJ7.
The question was before the FOR SALE-By owner, Z. W. Bass f
cation of his friends. The\ \ llej Gazette Commissioners, on Monday, of county 3 lots 60x133. making 160x133, 3- man.. _l 42-tf

wishes for him all the W list tablishing of an auto line to connect room cottage for $500 $225 cash and PYRENE fire extinguisher gasoline 8'fires.
bare &dyne> $12 per month until paid for. If you Get '"
-who for
life holds out for those one your launch auto
if want< the purest drugs and the most with the new branch of the
you work andweP Hi/his this city wish to see the property phone No. or garageand be safe. Sold by Geo. ,
careful compounding, get your their faithfully their' East Coast railway now under construction 73, Kissimmee Fla. Property is N. Saunders, agent. Kissimmee. 87 f'
oranges grow sweeter than I to Lake Okeechobee. The about one mile southwest from depot.

PRESCRIPTIONSfiled wont. May his hens .'odd*out their Also have other houses and lots and SEE King Quality shoes before buying,
connection with
frequent _,,"all. And matter came up in four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap, Cash Store. l'tf
lay at
r. merry 'suggestion to the board to build a road ,six miles ont. 2-tf I
'. at.the may the field of his fertile Bind, in Its : with the KING Quality shoes for men at Cash
from Narcoossee, to connect Store. '
I repose from its accustomed toil,become convenient point.It FOR SALE-8,760 acres timber lands, --_ i.tf '
railroad at the most
.l'', OSCEOLA PHARMACYrr hfFroprietrpebeay increasingly rich In'< wwloa and In establishmentof with five miles of lake, A first class ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
i Here's to "Trip. Long is understood that the colony proposition. Also some of the order business home. No canvass f

.' power. -you'' an auto service by a company which best paying orange groves in this ing. Be your own hoes. Send for free
I
w. may you wave. Is soon to be organized will be a certainty part :of the state; farm lands and booklet. .Tells how. Heacock, A 21<<. I

if a suitAble road is built, and city property. C. Buckels. 2-tt Lock port. N. Y. t

S. J. Triplett for the put three commissioners was SHIP your produce to G. W.
HOTEL RUNNYMEDE the sentiment of the FOR SALE-In Kissimmee Park 5 acres Judy & 1
years associate editor of UwKiuiinmee road at Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for .
the an
.
Rnanynode Florida favorable to building citrus fruit land $45 per acre. Why stencil.
Gazette. has retired (from actiVf jour- 49-tf !
. t, + Up-to-date beautifully located. early date. pay $80 F, S. Cahill Kissimmee
tr dh" !, Artesian. Water Tennis and Cro- nalism and states that'he will live on railroad a country Park. l-4tp WATCH for Miss Frances Bay's hand-
; Grounds fishfig his the Jakea. "Trip"has The new opens up painted china for Christmas
quet good hunting, orange grove on. l at Mrs. \
.. locatad in one of tha moat desirable FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 20-acre Tierce's.
and fir t.class
: boating.: A 49-tf I
been a warhorse for years .
miry under
moderncountryhoteloverlookingel of Osceola county, which has farm 6 acres cultivation, new
East Lake. and his presence Kinimniee has been parts 6-room house 1 shed and chicken FOUND-A lady's hand containing }
Good purse -
Tohopekaliga been accessible only by the!
good cooking and beds. Table felt in many wayaaod4vaysfor theben..t heretofore coops farm implements, bone mill .a sum of money and jewelry was
,water route, and much of the territory, etc.. bearing fruit trees; 2 miles fromcourthouse. found in Waters & Carson's
board (5 per week ; rooms from $2 t of the city and empty) He is grocery
of its distance from the lakes North Bermuda ave. Old store. Owner
can
to $6 week bath and shower by reason procure same by
per of the from tie shoul
"., bath included. one "straight and rivers has been practically cut off age and sickness reason for selling. proving property and paying for this.
der" kind who battle or whit they be- A. Ordas. 1-tf notice. j.tf
4 WM. G. KRAI'E. Manager from all kinds of communication. It is
lieve is right ill and
r' Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD, FLA. despite oppoiition a country that i is bound to develop is FOR EXCHANGE Good residence
i\ 1-tf the strain upon lob aerYOlll system de- section as there is in Florida, property in Endeavor. Wisconsin and WANTEDEDUCATED
manded a cessation. He it lucky to be as rich a fine farming land in South Dakota for
-- -
,-.: ------ ---- able to retire with lit utisf action of Kissimmee.( by every right of loca- Kissimmee residence property. Inquire 'young Woman wants position

tion; i is the business center ot this of Mr. Coon at J. W. Lilly's in an office (no stenography) or
\ that his done
knowing work was well ;
in
61-41 outdoor
land. At present a distance residence. occupation. Best refer-
She has not the whole l and by' his workaawillbe known for promising Narcoossee ences. Address A.-K B., city. rt
of ten miles only separates SALE-Fine home nea-r the
all time. There a FOR courthouse
exacting .. 1-tf
, earth to sell, but just choice labor in the world oomore which is connected with this city by 5 large rooms, bath and toilet,
thin a
building up fine county road from the hot and cold water, kitchen sink
?s bits of it located in community by,tie intirinj efforts,of a rail and by a the new line. large hall, 7-foot porches; barn buggy : FOR RENT

J. newspaper and noner or. later the nearest point ou shed, chicken house and good wash-
d. Commissioners can makeno house 2 wells mulberries DWELLINGS for rent apply to Mari +'
deep ,
physical beini'caJlt I hall The tired The County ; ; j ter. _
mistake in planning a road covering plums, peaches and guavas;; lot 150x _
brain demand arapiteud fails to respond 225 price 'so r & ask about it. HORSE FOR fiT
road which will make it ; 8onablei; SALE See E.
FLORIDA to Uie.. lui of i!elfish and too this distance a Mrs. Summers, Lak'eview Cottage Sewell at Porter & Son's store. 48tf I
+ ef Osceola
exacting public. I possible to retain for the capital South Kissimmee. 61-tf I
business of the great . FUR RENT.-Nicely) furnished
the
rooms
county ,
then li
Lucky the who
can
ia journalist I 1 I Valley ,which will otherwise WE-Have listed some of the most desirable with or without board with private I,
r c
; retire to the peaceful glides, where the Kissimmee the market both family on Church '
East Coast. property on street. Mrs. Kulp.
I I the door to the
> ' green and gold of the orange tree casts swing past city and county, which we offer at 88 tf

; sM CHOICE: HOMES- shade for .t ie tear; seeker of rest. !I i I Communication between all the territoy the lowest prices to be obtained. FOR RENT-8-room house close in. .
all
> from Sanford to the West Coast, There is no padding of prices by us, '
Where the rfstfol )pioet sing It song Of I modern conveniences good neighbor-- I It
SELECT FARMS is piece of property sold at exact
I tbe'rich country which being every hood.
contentment and Address S, Valley Gazette. 50 \
i fJerttl\e cryst.llakea'dot it the
\ Whittier line of the price: placed on by owner. a
the
J VACANT LOTS the grCttiwud and the softest opened up by Write us your requirements and we FOR RENT-A nicely furnished large

softest Bummr breezes dimple the Florida East Coast rall.n.turally. will do our best to please you, by room, with privilege of kitchen for '

1)t AND ACREAGE wave-lips Into tint for the lilies on |I' through Klssimmee,. Hut If no way i is showing''just the kind of prdperty you light housekeeping, in a beautiful;
H. M. Breaker & Co.
the shore| When, the air is resonant provided to bridge th* ten miles between desire. 24tfTOURacre place with an elderly lady whop *.

Ask About: Them with the thousand the railroad and Nareoossee the sires company. Price very cMffj M:::
warbled udody of a orange and grapefruit Nelson Realty Co, Kissimmee Fie II t
r take the more roundaboutwv
sweet voipod binIa and redolent of;the I business will grove with 250 bearing trees, ., SO-tt 'ill,
perfume of 1II In time a. railroad will Inevitably five acres muck and ten acres pine .'
r MRS. SUMMERSLake J h.n. built across this gap. In the mean- land in cultivation thirty and one-
Rest yfur !lean ind sou) and body, be service is the only half: acres unimproved land, five-room

View Cottage "Trip." {kotf _!_ tully rested and time the autoraobale box house, good barn and well. The :
which this business may.bebroaght :
la
made anm,toaj from your possible way improved land .under\ good fence. WantedBIGMONEY
SOUTH KISSIMMEE jju emerge to Kissimmee, and the autoservice This property on the north side of '"
'e sylvan njbitt ud take up the work' is not availably without a good. East Lake, four miles from Narcoos-: t3

where left <<.-Sanford Herald. nine miles from Kissimmee.Frier .
t._ ._4 w..,t.,,. .:.. ._ --. 4roadrWhUh ba cfJaitlng Jtl.C| 'see, $4.500. $2,800 cash balance one IN. RAI8INQ

.- (after the auto service shall become H. M. Breaker &: Co.
Tampa Business College year.
-p \ With fct oopbupn of the fourteenth unerfluooa.! This road should be built, t RICE HAY

Tais l Is one of the few business train5 .1 be built by our BEAUTIFUL lake front lot ;
: year of ln! ( ./nmee'Gazettes & J. undoubtedlywill consistingof
aid Bar la Florid .....
from t\00 ,
,to $87.00
'
half block located In the yea I
beetneigbborhood .
5 ingcollegesinA'mericaowning Its buildIng a. ,
v I Triplet!!out tf the brightest and beat,'(""'. '''thud Count Commissioners. Vm. i x. ;
In the city. Will sell\
.
: I and used exclusively! for college known Mnfntcn men of ', .. MOM yaw V4 tone.l upland rio .
-woad : md newspaper I -;- _ only\ to party who will Improve it to hay eaa
;dormitory purposes. Ev'ryd. Florida,"tetim! from bi.l:connection'','* A most enjoyable party was correspond with surrounding prop raised IMI-IMM oq muck tend sad aIM two crops 9
,
Stanley
", equipped in modern office style. with It. M h4; Wednesday night by) Mr. erty. Full particulars and price to pr rear :
IIIodate editor-a place
on'
forty brand hew visible,typewriters h" EtailoekVt the home of his Mrentt to interested party, .H. M. Breaker At the low prio.of td .OO par ton oa''loo"ayaray":'
4 i +I" .,,: TI'f PUbly filled for"three and The evening & Co. 81-tf w*-w !>.*. UM foilowin wtiowtn
his friend : e
atudents'"u. of
..; Penmanship practicalbookkeeplngjand 4'I'. a haU.IJt11.: number ,- Two had_1IaIf tons ,' .
4t fiw;wlu u .ucc eded by pleasantly spent! In playing proWMMive POT man %w MM "s
)
?f! 'i... """. ;! simplest and- briefest'If'shorthand J. Ds': Ul;.recent11 YIrgin, > gar"-', ;'Elaborate refreshSJJS -, FOR SALE-:Five good, .yln&.orlnp awe Would. at tweab dons,, per toe.;; o-.__lt---)' ;:r
ieount Ii.IO.IIOO.uu.-no-- -
.. tEby.iperti Siithun: f f : : Trletttgoah; .bom.Ileat': lsrcoor) .n servW.The following were groves and a 20-acre truck farm, 8 '
i dred student th* put year. More positions ... a SSsSJ.tr MU.es.Margery-Belle Bear acres irrigated with Sklnne'systeiD.AJaoeomplett ,. 'TO TalMORT: I'.urn-t wti.nfirlaa. .
t open.,than this college can AIL 't4prehuedmwhera| ; bf will Alma-Oriffinr Lies sawmill,capacity 10,000 .... ........,adapted r roaIoIq. rise W. oa bealarw .

( =; Winter term begins first week in January mmkV" * 1:1:!of resting:under: baaown don Grace,Virginia!)Maklnaon, Mis'Week. feet per day, log' carts Wagons and w veer 1iIIDNl...... l' t"LSAACHALL

:, 1912.?, -Catalogue and other { PB'IIId i .gtreel He'wW atoo insA Canon.Jrf....n.. Joe Bunter..'Ben Down. five good mules.. WiJI sell at bargain ," :., : ; bJr

;tore ..".- L. M..Hattoa\ ; litera-l I Iv lllIIJaal waUrmelonttin'. bar, RUM ll.:Cole" Albert BeMdoo., i*prices:. .Investigate.; ''Co Suc!<. ., Kissimmee 1 Lake H. : (;..- "'
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: Stanley ,
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