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 26, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00526
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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IISAN,: INVESTMENT[ [ ,. J' 'Wht .'' .Fertilization .and. Irrigation r ,Will, Do In Kissimmee. BOARD Of TRAM I


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[Good;. *, Sound, Common. Sense" ,De-. I ''I.Is,. Declared by..Speaker to.be. a Most" r'Importent

'dares, That.IrrigaUon.. end rertiTizalion *, factor in.* the; Y

Not an .,Expense.. .:.. . ,Growtoof,theGty.. '.
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'"'F.rl1Ilet',; d irrigation.. are in In Not 4 sufficient 'number lot,member ,1

yestment-not an':'expense.On: this of .the.Board of Trade met en ,Monday'' w +

text w* should lice| to preach 'a layeermon night to form a quorum,' ,Those ;who ,,9) ;

that might reach every man in th! ually ,, attended ..however. : ;' spent some timev ?
land who wants to com* to Florida, but in talking over .interests' of{the

has eo'.c.ied"'out by; the;":bugbear of clt'and in listening' talks' by:two
[ fertilisation and irrigation.:; : visitors.. The meeting, while no business '
\\\4-A man'whd''bad seen this bugaboome 'was trsBsaetod,." was an interest '
,Into the Valley;: Gazette office the ing, nev,. : ' ". ,
her dajTj- He was from' Nebrasbra.. ; M".tLL.!| S4aItfaiatltiie,. formerly:'of, ,'\ ;3

will say' or,Iowa,'-It Is Immaterial, : i Morgan townrW. Vs.;, was presentand , "
r..b.l. i 11 a..typ 'ot the, successful w lt.farm.r was introduced to the Board of,Trade"by' ,,
We' asked him' how heed Judge: Parker.' Mr. 'Sundmacber"sphke "
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> .the country! ; ,That's, a habit .we n. .ie'7.Z at some length'of.Importance ;,.
Y'. .,He replied that he'''was delight- o( such a body to th. community, H. L 4

with ',the. ,climste +.-That:* .*, habit. cited the case of his borne town,' which .
iryone'b.. who comes here.at had grown from a sleepy hamlet:"ft 800 ' i

this "e.ternnan' said, with the population to a live and hustling city, of

of one who'. delivering a knockout 12,000 veople. solely* through.,the. work: ','v' ,
,',"They tell me that in order to of a board of trade which was"always
those big crops you have to.Irrigate: on', the I, job?'when-the Interests''Of the; '.
fertilisers-..,had. .to, admit it. 1' :. ::&.... place weir at' stairs."- I The organization '

oo- if we want to make from $300 2 not only advertlsed.xtencivelyr but it( 'i
1,000 an acre. We desired to know 0 united all the progressive,elements of ;dr }
iw things of the westener; however the community* a continuous effort to y. ,'

confessed to owning a half section.h I d boost It'brought 'In factones; brought ;
: if our memory 'Is correct Is 41 li 43 ,, I in 1'desirable resideflta >and "put Morgantown . y""?"
pfed'to bis 320 acres. His income ys P i on the vmap." Mr. SuRd, ., t' e
laid sometimes. reached, $3,000 'a macher e pie.aed. desire.'to 'become +,?r t i

r. Very.nice,.we admitted. We'd z2 connected with the locft organization,, ;
I that'much ourselves. But didn't it Mr. Frank Hall was* present ""and; explained -

letimes get just a little chilly w. the details of'a proposition with' .

._Yes. jut a little, he codd. reteremx.to the rfflfffag, lcl f bay in. -,- ; ,
.. It was then reported" tcTbo"24is section.I : No quorum being present .J.tf'thll \
below zero,-not the warmest 4 the matter was !not formally presented. : ,JJ
:e in the world. And was it not : The' next regular meeting night,''of t ,, .

> just a bit lacking in moisture, so the Board of Trade Is 'one 'week from
peak Yes that.was unfortunately ... : ".. next '.Monday: night It It hoped that.,

e cite, and sometimes crops were 9 CABBAGE QROVKN' 'IN CITY LIMITS OF KtSSlMMEET ,. '" l' --I the attendance of the members will be' i '
scarce,-but In a good year, by large: u there are several 'mat ter*jof -
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b of bustling during the short grow- Interest and importance to' om. before ... '1

(I season, without -fertilization and NAMED FOR CLERK Fell Tract Is COMMilTEE MEETS'Recommend the meeting If Kissimmee is to, ontmn -. c; .

,r\ out Irrigation be could mane 80ela Old, --..' ,! < its progress the Board of Trade )fix
the acre, and could easily Its activities. There is
: to must continue
R. Johnston
Mr. R. G. Johnston is Honored by for Clerk
4 r 110 to (15 an acre. We continued' " no other organization or- Institution In .
C. to be .tnqul ltlYe. How'' much' !did his Democratic Executive Committee. Sold To SyndicateImportant ship. Commend outgomgac&A the community which can take Its place. '

land cost?. Oh, well, .a pretty goody Mr..R. G. Johnston has been recom- special meeting of'the County D m. Every business man, every professional i

)farm tn N.bruka or Iowa say/ could mended by the County Democratic Executive ocratiq Executive Committee,,was held man., every property owner in Kissim v, '
":Lbe bought for'$100.per. acre,-160 acres Committee for appointment to Colonization ProJect, Along 'Orlgiual"Lincs at th.'V:
for$16.000 the office of clerk of the'circuit court, being,present Messrs. T. H. Murphy. upon the roll of the Board of. Trade; "
And bow much did Mr. Western which wjll become vacant. next month Is.Undertaken By Group: Of Cincinnati' chairman; J.-'H.; 'Steffee,'W.';' L. Camp. bat ought to be actively engaged in I Its ,,

.Farmer" expect to pay for a FloridafarmT that by the resignation of Hon. Arthur; E. Grocers. ,* Land Located At Narcoossee.' Company ' bell.Young TindalL Julius'MonUdoca.F. work.' 'In' no, other' 'way'can the' 'city t.
him
It really seemed to Done< $50 an acre; for 20 acres, would be unquestionably be accepted the gov Proposes to' Eliminate. the .Mtddlc 1ah.. Mr. A.. E.- Donegan'was read stating member the next- meeting ,Monday '!. i7

.about right.. .And of course It ought tot 'ernor.' Tbls, action brings ,unqualified ," '. -- -.. that he had.resigned 'a* clerk of the evening, F.b.cIS.: ,; Be, ,on hans than; ,' k ;;'>
. be'land that. would make $500 an acre pleasure to the host of friend. of Mr.. most' Wally the circuit court, and asking that a man be meeting Is of very great Importance... Y''J' '
that awful irri- One of the ; company proposes"somewhat a
4 for Its 0w0.-without Johnston all Osceola He recommended to the governor for the
fertilisation: .' *' over county. deals of recent years has just been com \ different# -relationship from .
i >gallon typical of the, con. is a Klssimmee..boy and in every'way plated in the sale of the LeeMaklnsontract that asethmed by moat of the land vacancy. The request of the governor TO': BEGIN orlRA Nslt
'The'foregoing -
i j : In his life here has.shown himself capable i that-a recommendation be made was .
little at Narcoossee to a tCincinn.ttl.yndicate. coropani, s-which sell the land'and then ; kTwo
"venation that takes place every ; "
read. The of Mr. R G. Johnston
> of fulfilling whatever trust is Imposed ,request :
of Florida. which proposes to colonizethe turn the man on to It, "to" as bur: :
almost.any
,while In part in him. He Is by profession original for recommendation was received, Thousand Acres, .on Lake Near:: r
. here few facts which peopleeverywhere land on a most plan. The Cramer states, "work! put their own
'Now are ought a to know. lawyer, and has had sufficient experience gale of the land was brought about by salvation." The company is financially and on motion wu recommended. City to be' SabcfIVJ L
In complying with Mr. Donegan'a ,
'. north in the clerk's office and sufficient the efforts of Mr. F. B. Cramer of '.strong and is not depending on the saleof request -
the mJYWsts -
In the west or 'Andrew Johnson ,
A man involved the committee took occasion to Judge of Sanford.
with all the legal points -
" to' be con.ervaUTe 'familiarity Cincinnati, and Mr. C. E. Denig of land to farmers to pay for It. The r'
In his farm. very has been in the this week In
connection
; office fit him Iff I adopt the following resolution! : '
in the to an unusual -
I 10000. Conditions being Kissimmee, and was made through theMark' purchase money was provided before with the business. of the;Klsslmmee . ,
say "That in complying with the ; -
for the duties which he will requestof
for him to be way Real Estate Agency of San- the deal was made. Not only that, .
,favorable it produces have to perform. He will without any' the governor this body take.pleasurein FarmLand, .Bond and Investment " ",
but the will be in positionto
;'very liberal, say $ ,OOO per year. He doubt give to his work serious and'' ford.The company a also complying'with the request of Co., which was recently incorporr'por .
and I land comprises the original Fell render some aid to the man who can
Is prostrated by heat in summer painstaking attention, and the Valley Mr. Donegan, and wishes to commendthe ated. This company has bought the; .y, ?,
I.
He tract of 7000 including the town show himself worthy. The plan, whileit
acres
winter.
: the in 'tract on'the
frozen to marrow i him. spirit of fairness shown by Mr. WhltJ r. land and the Lanier ,
extends to
months Gazette congratulations site, Narcoossee. It is located at the Is unique, seems to be based on '
, tall and spring
spends the Donegan in making such a request of lake front about three miles'south: ffi
the months that point of juncture of the A. C. L. wlh |I sound business principles, and with the
-either.trying to forget On First Train. this body; that this committee wishesto of this city and plans have been com- ,
a months that are the proposed Kissimmee, Narcoossee, I backing of the financially strong men 1r
dreading the for the n4 :
land
,. /are put, or express to Mr. Donegan on behalf of pleted improving + plaoVIng I
,(1.come.. I The following note to the Valley Ga- and East Coast railway. The tract has. I who compose the company there would the rank and file of the Democratic party It qn the market. The tracts Include': ,
,*(.'. A man comes 'to Klssimmeei say, and zette is from Mrs. Aultman of the been plotted into 5, 10, and 20 acre seem to be no reason Why within very ot Osceola county its high appreciationof 2,000 acres, which Will be divided into '1'i .
high which attended the tracts, and the'lale is to begin at once short time the entire 7000 a4res should
V invests, to set the mark very Kisslmmee party his valuable services to (he people of plots of five acres 'each. Th. .urver' >
|s $150'ancre: in' 20 acres of Florida soil\, Key West celebration of the completion with the first .of a series of semimonthly not be taken by capable people. I this county in discharge of the duties' will begin on February 15, and Immedl, .
effort'at of the Over-the-Sea railroad excursions being due to arrivein Of the quality of the land which la ,
t'on which with'pr'actlc.lly no : of the Office of clerk of th.cl.cultcourt. ably upon completion of" this, work:, "
He deeld. Over the Sea Just Out this city next Tuesday.A involved in the deal there is no possible ,.
I an be"could make $50 an acre. "On Train, "That this committee representing', ditching: and road making will commence;;!;;
i ,' .. to spend $200 .n acre for an trrij of Long Key.-The Kissimmee party is most Interesting feature of the I question. It has long been known the democracy of Osceoly county calls I t is hoped to have some of the; tracts ';*r' !
of hl.' investment the first through to'Key proposition is the fact that, the stockholders as-among the best in this section. i''
Is
'gating:'Yltem-t1 ls part on passenger train to the attention ofhe good Democrats on the market by :March 1C. "judge, 'i!; ,
-bringing the total, Including West-two specials ahead of us. In the purchasing company are I There are already productive 'groves I of Orange county the put most pleasant Johnson states U&at& the survey will be' I ..',
the costs ft 'implements and a comfortable We are now going over the six-mile. all wholesale or retail grocers. The and /growing gardens. The soil is rich, and amicable agreement 6r customin made so as to divide the land Into tote, ,,

house up to $10,000. He spends ,stretch of water. A most interesting, ;I organization, which contains some I the surroundings attractive the possibilities th.m.Uer of our state senatorial of eight five-acre tracts, .each .tract; : '. j:,, c
for fertilizer. He takes trip and a beautiful day." hundreds of dealers proposes to provide grea; t."rbl.. unique and inter "
which
':$80 an acre : .. representation in that ever since the facing on a 'road, 'will connect ('. K
;: three crops off his land the.nnt year --- a market: for all the products of estintf proposition will .be welcomed nineteenth senatorial district was created with the main road through the tract; 4."Some"of . ,
.and his net income at the lowest possi- with family could come with, I&Y..$1- the land sold.In fact, the market' is with gladness by Kissimmee as it .twenly-foUr ago we" have : the roads 'will b*' sixty-feet ':ri, i,_
years
:.Wf. I ,,estimate is $5,000 'on his twenty 000 buy a five-acre tract of (50 to tlOO already established In the store of the open. up to cultivation another large equally divided these honors, and. this wide but most of them will be thirty I ,
,iacrt*. and more likely if lie has mixed land, erect a temporary shanty that stockholders, and the sale of the farm tract of productive land tributary to committee believing that the patriotsof feet Ditche Will be mad along each ',
some'prams with his land, his income I. would be quite comfortable dig a well, produce direct to the stores will divide this city. To Mr. Cramer, who has the Orange county democracy will ftv.-acretrac$,.. leading Into laterals;,
"1$10,000 and he .has his total original injvestmett'back buy a few chickens a cow, a pig ort the profit, which now goes to the been working on it for a year, 'much not suffer this cause to be broken at which In turn "llllead into one of, two'' ' '
: the first year and has o, live simply dress simply use sense middleman between'the producer, the credit Is due. He stated to the Valley this time that in presenting the name main ditches' emptying Into Ji* lake,
lived ,, where he need 'not fear .either" in 'caring for hit place, smile stoutheartedly consumer and th* dealer, Mr. Cramer Gazette that he I is delighted that the of Arthur; E. Donegan to the good Democrats giving a thorough drainage-!.Wells can ':
summer heat or winter'cold. The point back at the sociable old sun stated to the Valley Gazette that the deal has been consummated. He came of Orange county U .the choice be bored on each tract. There are bow' 1'
W that In.order to get back his originalInvestment that laughs his way across the Kissim company is not Stirling any war'on the to this city a year ago and was so de- of the Osceola Democrats we believe three flowing well on the highest points? ?
he' has to make It, just as mee skies, and In a few years he can commission men, but are endeavoringto lighted with the advantages and attraction that we are offering them an opportunity on the subdivision,; and number !bore' 5 a
-he'would anywhere either in cub'or in do what many have done and are doing workout for themselves 'and their of this section that "he could to vote for one of Florida' most will be bored. The tract? Is a vegetable:

long'years of,hard .work; Hi* land at now-have a comfortable home and a customers a legitimate economy. not be happy' until h, got a foot-hold "substantial and deserving citizens; one proposition exclusively and' will be .
he certain income : the In their dealing with the purchasers : here; <-- Sanfordsystem of sub' _
the lend tot the first year, probably large: :and yearly ; whose put political record and public worked with the -
would'not'. selPfor $1JOOO an sere because h while his children .grow rosy cheeked service gives promise of even greater; irrigation and'sub-drainage, It:' having, t
,,the second.year.he,does hot have and healthy by playing out of doors every I Lee' Birthday; Celebrated 'by Bryan Chapter U. D. C. results as our-state senator; one whose been demonstrated, that the' rich muck/ pia
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$200.an f hla irrigating I in the isundetlaldwdhamarl hard ..J uda-. ,
to pay t.- () day year. spotless private life and, kindly deeds pan. d
tyitem.Hls'\ artesian;weU runt itself Florida is no place'' for the 'lazy poor 1 The entertainment in/honor of Lee" in a yrapatbeCc,'. understanding way., performed entitle him to'the.fair. : and Johnson'states that the company.will r'

His rrlptlOr\\. plant therefore" has, becomsjut man 'who' expects.)\ to.Jle: on his back,In blrtbday."blef: was given at the chap He pointed out his strength.. a? mili- earnest 'consideration: of the' 'voters,. of put a steam ditcher'at work.'t'. .f
/ investment;'.and a.most .profl- the sunshine,. il.pick ,free lunches from ter"house last Friday night, 'proved to tary genius, one'of the great ,eommanvdert ,our neighboring county"Special'Edition;. .The company,expectal.;very. soon via'open 'if ;
:table D.ne.cond:;; 1ear be can raise the ,palm'\ trees, To make big'money be one of the most, brilliant affairs' qf of history, and 'partlc larly'.m-:. F : '" offices tin this eltyV: ch wlH' b*.! "; "'!. : >
eroprt without ferWit anon.'it'. he:wants lt1fblamoney must be Inn.ted'"in: the season la'every'way.' ,, .It 'attracted phasized :his .&'fe.tD..m. : of, In.charge: of;;-Mr. 'James;A.,, Ellsworthof ,;" .. ,
to;but h. win not want to.' $v.rpdol- (land In irrigating systems, in fertiliser. gathering ot the leading people of the splendid character and high ideals., :;; . 'Washington,. D% C-t secretary, and** h ; k .'
will with )city that' more; tlw(' led the rooms,: I r 'TIt.literal' _. ', ...:...;....l.., .i' i),.>r..
larthat he spends"foi fertilizer;: The man .botcomea only a few ; ) program wu as follows Ned ,treasurer. of thecompanyJudgeIohntending .., \ ...
bring hlm-.baclttwo ;'ov-three+ui'.clearpafi hundred dollars and a family'can make probably,;two hundred and:flltypeople- '*?pIxIe;" -bythe-Higfr School rtorDsrreading. week Valley Gazette sop win""also- be. *In"th: *" local: "office" at- .j ->itf. ;

(:f His ertlllier'Is*an'yinvestment, a comfortable living;' but' ln'order;.to being,,In.attendance during the evening. .' "A Wartime Story" Mrs..aU will publish special editiott'of. to th* betsid..work;,' "' ''t "'t : .,'
pure aDchlmpt. :';> >+;: make big money he-will have,tO pay in UI.' affair was given by the Will Bryan ; 'H7att;'plan t solo,.Miss Corrie Ull- I 16 page*, handsomely illustrated: , . f i in A ' -. i *>' t . .. s t ,
., ,Can.a. ?man come her*With. $600 and time .:- '
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make $8.000 t1f Ars3yea;1' Hecann'oC' coin.',-.At)that;. it's wort the, battle'i:, the: guests." wen'(\served.?" 'refresh-;' .:. | ., A'number buaines houer, The issue will : ,: MaeDondnghta4Cipe' 4 4Breese .>",: r ... ,i ")40:

.Most decidedly'and unreservedly h"c1nnohoufrg tot:w11l1e,';he>;;>*ylna the price//:jb* Js 'menu' .and.'were'. toed' given place.... 'forth df ,selectionswere' ; ;J played ;';'bythe., ''. consist be particularly of 5,000 copies valuable andjwrill acurerUsingmedittm. now two,.1;*crews to be.having hea.rd-day'.IDI4'.iPt been, sinahjiilTh / :; C. '4' .(" ).fr
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> nomine depiod.gttrpsi lathe .bestcountry.under.theshining' : '
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man living .,
rmad., orehetri"etatn i :a3cget(o'n tba t wtA ,Advertisements .;noise' of the" machine, .la iMpiu( Inth ,
him conk} come.with$500 and suns If you are the right;.kind ..Dr.. A/: .Jy Holt the address, .. .? ,\ .
character long remembered,,with pleasure. by for this ,edition,moat bo.1 hV the *ar*4lt jtbosWbo are lotereied in; M '" "' "
:,J ln afew; years.have -propeiti.: that, of a nan Klselmmee wants you whether. touching upon the! life and of . ,# : ." ' . 1Ii t
,goals brine him $b,,000 sryean':':A mad'p ''yob"have.$1,000, or $10,0001: ; ,- 'the.gr.atl.ader'of' the. '"'Lost.' ;.,:.Cause""' .. those. present\>, ,. ,.i office" by' .next.. Wednesday. the development.!, ,.of. ,,the-- \>' Jlil" ;t.5 '. : ,
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1 7y 'Fy r stClo'ud the work,In Charge, assures' us that the I : ::

,I : new building will be'the best in town. '
1. Is Sent' Complimentary 'I+ ::.

,.Mrs. Dale died at the' horn of his \ "
tt. ; T GASH, 1 T. X ROBERTS \ ,.I
M .DON'T PAY Correspondent. brother on Connecticut avenue,'last 0001> \ ,
who not'regular
; Parties receiving this paper, Are I
,- -w: ', At the local meeting of: the republican Thursday-and was burled'Saturd .t i

.. . party held at the G. Ai ,,R,?, )hallo 2, p. m. Rev< Ennisj, pa tor' of ,the subscribers, must ,,not think' that it is :i
:: ,// It Isn't Convenient .. Jan..,.M.,.the following' delegates.wer. Presbyterian. church,,had charge of,th.. .. '.later demand
to
of the :publishers .
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.:: elected to attend the Republican State service the intention

II-r , .. ',: tdi and the Second Congressjonal District of them the' subscription price,'as it is: ,

,. .- Convention of FIona, called to meet i iPalatka In 'The Scotch 'arid their descendants will ':I' complimentaryby,, our Board 4
celebrate the birth of Burns 'mailed to
Robert ,
or monthly : Fetr.16f To state ''conventionW'li .
!'; By.o easy weekly ;, Van<."Dnzoiv;; L. D.:+ Fro'sLT Thursday evening, JanJ: ,25, at the Net County' Commissioners for the .purpose,.of

-.-; ,1 1': .payments. (as best accommodates :_ congressional. eonvenbon,'J: L;'Pherigo, Str, Cloud\hotel."" Songs reading and acquainting them with the many advantages '

1 "i l you) you can use and enjoy J. H. DeGraw.. ,. sociability, with light refreshments, offer '
M will make the time pleasant. All Scot and opportunities this town and county

.\ s;, "your "things while" you are I Mrs. W. 'T.: Mil-r who,arrived herea and those of Scottish origin' are very the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a

paying for them. "We can furnish week ago) in a serious condition, passed' cordially invited. is
whose 'name given
1' few weeks to }
person
any
'a '' if away on Wednesday night. Her remains -
home
i w' your complete' you. ''were shipped to McKenney Ky., Messrn. G. W. Daugherty: and A. E; us, and if they should desire to receive it regularly -' x t

i desire it. for: interment. The cause of death. 1 ie Drought of this city, were Kiisimme thereafter, we would be ala' to prt-: P ''t'
visitors i
failure last
given heart Saturday.
: f
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1 ", Estimates gladly given. them on our subscription list at the, regular i'f
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: It will pay you to come in and The Ladles Improvement society met I BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUED rates. I ...
at the, New. St.Cloud hotel. Mrs I League met in regular session with 1 .
i' --: ; look at our stock and get prices., Squires called the meeting to order:, and vice-president! in the chair. Minutes! of \\ "!

'.t ,: ,' '. ,". ", ". ..., .,,, in the absence' of .. secretary caned last meeting were read and approved. I ,
for the report of the Arbor Day com Moved by Dr. Farris and seconded by

I mittee. Mrs. Depew gave an account L. W. Farris, that the rules be suspended ,1t. r/

atthe. exercises at the park and, the and Mr. Smith be elected by; acclamation.

Kissimmee Furniture Co. schoolhouse. The; committee on treel Motion carried. i 1 1II

were continued and Miss Maud Kinney Moved by Dr. Farris and F. B. Kinney II

11' I.. added to the committee. The names of that same rule apply; to L W.- Far- '

: e. Mrs. French Neils and Woodbeck were ns for first vicepresident.Moved .

r 1 reported to be balloted sari and ,the secretary and seconded that John M.

was instructed to cast the ballot. Anderson be elected permanent secretary -

,\\I: -, .. _, Six c.ndidate'were initiated Into the under same rules. Carried.Dr. 25 Per Cent Off !

J club. The business of the club being Farris presented that

,, finished Mrs. Rodgers chairman of we change our constitution so as to do )
;
4 the program committee, took charge of away with our board of directors.

the meeting./; The subject- vas Charles Several enthusiastic speeches were ,
Dickens. Mrs. Mulvane reads short made by Dr. and Labor Farris, Fred'

: biography and Mrs. Watts B. kinney, G. F. Smith, J. M. Anderson -
:: ::: : BARGAINS fOR his home life. A solo by Mrs. Buchanan.paper on and Capt. Scriber. A.discount of 25 per cent will be allowedOn

f .
Mrs. Cooper read an extract from alec A large turnout is desired next Mon Ladies' and Misses'. Suits and Long
. ture given his day-evening to elect-balance of vffieers- - '
by sun on Dlckenrand
\ Coats. x
his work. The solo '"The} Valley by the F. ,E. Elk ins was admitted to membership -

.1r THE BUYER Sea," was rendered very nicely by Mrs. by paying entrance fee. Our matchless of "Printzess" garments

i i, Scott. Mrs. Smith spoke of' the influ- Adjourned to meet Jan. 29. is included in this offer. n nKATZ'S

y I'. ence of Dickens' writings upon those
who read, especially herself. Mrs. Lee PRAISES ST. CLOUD

'I spoke pleasantly of the work
WALLACE FARM 87 of land 67 of which very ac-
,'. : acres acres is splendid
$ hammock land and about 20 acres of high pine land. The hammock complished by the club, also'some thingsregarding Resident of Taft Pays His first Visitto F Fi
Dickens IUCihil work Sub-
-.land is very rich and fertile about 15 acres of it being cleared, 10 the Wonder .
jest for next meeting will be "Abra- City.
M acres of which is planted to oranges, grapefruit and tangerines; "

y, a about half of this grove is in nice large, thrifty bearing trees, the ham Lincoln... My first visit to St. Cloud since its

t balance younger trees just coming on, perhaps 3 acres of which have Founding was on yesterday, January
been J. D. Santee, who has ben in Taft 16th, and 'I can hardly find words to
", planted about one year. Flowing wells can be had anywhere
..\ over this hammock land, there now being 3 flowing wells on the property for the past year, pastor of First Methodist express my surprise and gratification .
t church, has returned to his home at its substantial growth. I have .
one of which Is 180 feet deep and flows about JOO gallons per '
) minute. This land is also very fine for trucking and farming. There on Michigan avenue. ... known its location for many; years, and i ,
'r's remember it as a part of the pine for __ ,
t a 6-room house, 2 large porches; have a beautiful view of'the Lake
'", from T. C. Roberts wad a Kissimmee visitor est but I found on yesterday paved
the
porch and also see the town; house surrounded by large,
; + 1 spreading live oak trees, green the year around! also beautiful palms Monday., streets,, electric lights, fine modern

with a banana grove on the west; splendid chicken yards; pictere- hotel, banks, churches, homes, hundreds -
Mr. E. H. Albertsbn and wife arrived
ss ,i '. sque. nice nome and excellent property; good stables, corn cribs, hay of them, occupied by contentedand ---
4v l s mow and wagon and tool abed. This property is owned by a nonresident here on Thursday from Lynn Haven. I happy people, all thankful to have Dress LinensNew
While they arrived here at a wet
very escaped
the terrible cold of the north
M' who desires to sell and will give favorable terms of pay-
time, when St. Cloud does look
not at Added
to the pleasure of Mr.
Sr" ment. We want to correspond with you about this property or show meeting
6 it you. Its best, they are much impressed with Drought, Mr. A. B. Bass, Arnold Bass
our town and we hope to keep them with and other old friends Weaves and Colors
i The same party owns 890 acres of land less than one mile from the was the'meeting
Mr. Albertson tea brother of Mr.
r, city limit. of Kissimmee and the north part of it about' half a mile \pa. and making many new ones who we .
S. N. Albertson who has been in St.
,
e, ,from railway station. This land is good citrus fruit land, also good hope will remain as loyal and dear as
Cloud for two Mr. and Mrs. Al-
years. the old ones. The
,', farming and trucking land. Will sell the two tracts together or genial gentleman, S
? bertson have rented house and will Mayor Colvin, made'me welcome' to I I
? ti separate, as may.be desired on favorable: terms of payment.. ,
remain here for the winter: I
the "Wonder City" St. Cloud and
,
tf k .. BROWN FARM; This farm'-contalnl 40 acres located K mile from ;- I' made the day a-very pleasant one.,. In 1\\ J Q ,. ., ., "'\' d IT'*,1!!t'"!4" '"

l from railway station, 4 miles from Kissimmee. 25 acres of good The' post office department'' baa notl- fact, the friendly; 'welcome was so '! ," ., ". diagonalweave, ;: . grayandlavender'and.. , . ;.'y';" "'.
'
orange land 16 acres of splendid trucking land, 15 acres .In culti- fled G. W. ''Penn that it has accepted \ "i"!"' -- soft'" '' K.I .
general, that 1\ regretted that I had f' $ 'i.;,'! a .chan&eablefancy. .; ,, weave Irj... pink., are
t t I ,.vation; about 1' dozen large bearing orange'trees/1 pear and a few.. hi is bid for theease{ .of the new post not visited.St. Cloud many times in the especially.- new.* There are' stripes, also plain

'peacb-treel. 4-room frame house 2 open fire places, 2 porches, 200 office building which he proposes to past and determined to visit it of ten'inhe ; I
colors natural and white.
yards from school and church. Cheap at $1600, time on half if desired. erect on the corner of Pennsylvania av- t future.-W. L. Van Duzor in Taft 4

i OLIVER PLACE: 40 acres of land inside the city limits, all fenced n'ue and Tenth street We trust"the Mel enger. Art linens, linen lawn, and sheer handkerchief : :
'
; and in cultivation; 20 acres of bearing orange grove; -room house new proposition will be profitabl. to Mr. linens. ,,

l and stable; fine property. $9500, favorable terms if desired. Penn who was one of our first settlors A SUGGESTION
1 '. and,who is always prominent matters
HAMEL FARM: 23 acres of splendid land just outside the -
city conducive to the welfare of St. Cloud. (
,, limits, fine marl road leadjng to the house; 6-room frame house, .... Gssimmee Offers Advantages for ,1 ,
porches on front and side 8 ;
; on. ; room servant house; horse barn-
1 cow stable; chicken house; beautiful yard with ornamental shrubbery; The Cole and Rice circus arrived on School Seeking a Location.Powell's ; I I

and fine shade. | More than 2tO schedule time on Wednesday last. The 'I
tcsrirg orange tress Cheap at Pointers'for this week state
$4600, terms if desired attendance at both performances'! was hat Mr. S. H. Kendrigen, Keewatin
good, this being the first time that St. Mrs. E. L Pearce
Academy, Ocean Springs, Win. II seeking ,
1. LlNDSEY GROVE: Inside the city limits 3 acres of fine bearing .Cloud has ever been visited by a circus.
grove, capable of producing 1,000 boxes of oranges pit annum. House 4 a location in Florida; for .his winter I. .

; of 7-rooms near the center of the also chool. He has permanent headquarters K AWe
; grove large stable and 2 "
'Bordner
Comrade W. H. was in town
'4 ) building sites, 100 feet square each. All for $37 O on favorable terms. .in Wisconsin but wants to comedown
Owner Is a non-resident Tuesday calling on Friends; He thinks to this country each winter for
St. Cloud and would. gladly "
a great place an "out-door school. Mr. Kendrigen J
k .' .., OVERSTREitt! GROVE: 40 acres of good land about 4 miles from xcbunge his property, in Zephyr illl eeda accommodations for about sixty - ----- -- -- - - - ---- 4

Kissimmee, 11 miles from railway station 6 for here.
i ; or 6 acres of grove; property upils.

good proposition on which to build a fine home. We want to introduce The statement possibly contains a will Wash for You

s \ '., ..; '. you- to the owner of this property: and you can buy a bargain.WINSTANL1rY .- Mr, Ivan Henry of Cincinnati, Ohio suggestion for some of our progressive .
,
LAND: 10 acres of fine land in Pinedale about aged eighteen yean died at St. Cloudon people, or for the Board of Trade. This

:? : mile from the new canning and evaporating/; fruit and vegetable!J4 .Tan. 18. The cause of bis death was vicinity' offers peculiar advantages for but not iron Bundles called: for and '
,
> ,. factory; splendid location; excellent land; fine place for raising due to the formation of an abscess on a proposition of this kind. The equable delivered promptly. Terms: 5c a lb., ?' '. . a

t ,1" ri oJ 'grove, chicken ranch or trucking $75 per acre on favorable terms hill lungs, produced- by a fall last June.Mr. climate, the healthfulneis, the aD- you to furnish soap'and starch. ,
i y Theo addition is just outside the city limits. Henry was a nephew of Mr. Clar- solute freedom from fevers, the at-
1 ,
." ence Wills of. this town, and _spent last ractiveness of the country the accessibility Drop a card to M| S, SHUPE Box 663
-PINEPURST: A be.utlfullocation overlooking/; city and lakes. winter with us, 'attending the Kissim to all parts of the state, the 5-2tpd City

," House of 4 large rooms, porch in front and rear; beautiful pine trees mee high school. The 'Interment was inducements -offered by the lake and :

{' *'/: 'coming up near the house; 294 feet frontage on .Hudson St., in Thursday at Portsmouth, Ohio. ivers-alj} these combine to make this -- __ ... ,I

+ 'f' Eureka Addition; fine healthful place to live with school and church an ideal location for a winter school. I'1 '
t I advantage in the suburbs of Ki lmmee. Pride $1360, terms if Christian
desired. The Womana Temperance Our Board of Trade would do well to Wood's Seeds '
:
(? vl: ", ' ROLFE FARM: About 60 acres of land less thnn 1 mile from rail- Union held their regular meeting in (I. investigate the needs of the Keewatin Van Camp's: l , 1.1,

( I", way station, school! and church, 4 miles from Kisgimmee. Part of A. R. holl on'Monday, Jan. 15.: at 2:30 Academy, and ascertain whether it For 1912. .,:

this Is superior citrus fruit land, the-balance good farminn and truckIng I p. m., Mrs. Westcott presiding and Mrs.'otter cannot be brought, here.PLEASANT BLUE LABEL *

i ,i tI, land.v Several acres ready for planting to grove; about 20 young at the piano. Opening song Tomato Ketchup Our New Descriptive Catalog ,

'i.,' }l'w' orange trees; one acre In sweet potatoes. Good 4-rocm house, newly "BrinKing in the Sheaves.", Mrs. War- CRUISE is fully up-to-date, and tells. all "

',I >t; painted, nice porch in iront. Price $40 per acre. favorable terms of ner, from the Jake front, led the devo- A relish guaranteed about the bestGarden L' "
spicy ,
-
,, E ,' payment. tionaj) service. After the business session and
n't Mr. Donegan Entertains Friends on under the Pure Food law ji
4 r : PINEDALE; "fs' splendid addition is the highest laud about Kis- the meeting was_de\'oted' 'to scientific ---- ....
.\ I 'slnomee. beautiful view of the town and lake, very fine for mrburban temperance, and Mrs.. Mead read a. paper -.1tiS u ib: :. Two sizes,..15 and .26 Farm Seeds j

4 ' ,r homes with'school and church privileges: ; excellent land for trucking on the subject, "The'purposes of i A number of' friends of Mr.-Arthur{ Every 'farmer. and gardener: ,:

I '- 'and orange iI'Owlng.Dhided( oW into 5 acre farms w.th prices scientific instruction in the sebooldcollege. I Donegan were guests -on a cruise should, have a copy of ; '
& Son
,: ranging from.$250. to $376 per.farm. Half cash, balance on time. are to teach the,children, the uPon )lr.*- Donegan's. ;sumptuously appointed Dibble log which has long been recog- ::j},

!y We, also, have! ions 2 sere, farms in the. same addition. nature a.nd effect: of i.alcoholic,,drinks, launch' on" Sunday afternoons Broadway nized as a standard authority, .
10 '
.,4MANY'' I01'ii'Ea' FARMS AND INVESTMENTS and I tobacco: and .all.othernarogtka: : 4A Vbe'party'left st'about 'o'clock andspent for.the full and correct informa. ;x
.. l I would be glad solo was' by, $n":Potter in.her lake. II
\ ',Jo correspond with; anybody who desires a more healthful, delightful sung : a copple of boors upon the don-bich't,,. gives;' .. /.
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clear appreciated I
that
,
"' ell mate fruits and flowers.PffiLSONilREALTY. sweet voice was Mr. Donegan wovedthlme.lf'a"moatthoughtful .. "Wn iirri art for
sk = s4erf.w among!the __. .. -' ver' nr usrUrs -.-:>
.k .Viols +p.4.-T---r -Reading-by-Mrs..Msr.bc-a. bosraDdlh-goesU-'K '
,..J, '" interesting talk by ;Mra Westcott. Th7 ; Gras and Qover Seeds,Seed:
delightful aftornoon;: party eon- ',:-' .1 'i". .
Potatow. Seed
"Blest be the Tie .TbatBlnditwaslung ,. ; "" ., tf Oata, Cow ttu,, .'
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,r .. ., : listed of Mrs. Roberson of Anniston; Y \
a. -, as the closing song, and' the meeting Ala.. 'Mrs13IJ4S i rl of.St:Joseph;? Mo., $1 r1 or $2 per t'Acre'ptrMomh{ \}.Soja Beau and an-Jam.Seeds, f"jJ:

' : rt ; COMPANY adjourned to Jan. 29.' Mrs..Warnerwill . M iNortonMr."and':; ; '' Mrs.: Crawford,; .yCa.ef.ra'ai.rr"fse.r: .'P1.wlag'at'. .Wo Deiirtptt" r.taW smiles, 5
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have charge,?f, next !ioeetlng.:, M>.''and Mrs. Snyder tte" Misses DonMr .- ''.*!.. weft ......*.... '_>-4rrl..iU., free on request. 'Write for it;;
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d.it.i 1ari:26,' 19 2 THE"'K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. {Ir :, aw :I "

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"'&r.bJ 'DELIVER. [ 'US' 'FROM. 1\1\';. [:". ROMANCE- . :JN, FLORIDAFrank ..... -' ,, ,4,

t FREE DEMONSTRATION

J :Silverit.w' A Tale, of the Revolution of' Special Clark Says It Has :Played ot'. ,t

{" : Interest to. Children.Br .Large Part In State's. History FARMING 'WITHDYNAMITE. .

.. .- .
The' following extract from address
r't wareNothing BREAKER an -
( DR., .) .
by Frarik Clark wa recently pub- ;
Ubed In the'-Tatnpa Tribune and was
CHATTER I, I. ,
v, credited to Christian Sclei\'e\ Monitor: .
Keller the wife of ...
Mary SergeantJamee "Romance has played leading partIn
"
Keller; of Marlon's brigade, was every step of Florida'* developmentfrom

left with two .mall children on a small the settlement of St. Augustine

farm a little east pf St. Stephen's North America's oldest city to the

church, when her husband became one progressive era of the present. Romano y

of "Marion's med," and Vdent out"
has ever been found the resolute partisans to fight tor inde- with the hardy pioneers who

that lends the same air of aristocracy 1 endencev, He soon became a favorite braved the Indian warriors, with the

y of thU justly renowned leader, and veterans of the Civil
to the home as war, who firstfought
many were' the heroic deeds he per- and then
SILVERWAREOur struggled against oppression -
'ormed. 'In the sudden onset he was during the days of reconstruction -

stock is the most complete and always in the front and his sabre was and with the captains of industrywho

comprehensive collection of this beautifulware handled with telling effect among" the have builded a really great state
enemies of freedom. upon a wilderness foundation. The Drawn from rtod tthotocraph $tasee blessed eel t..o far wood,, !
south of the large Eastern cities. We
lie was seldom at ,ihpme, and the history of no state has been more thoroughly -
have searched the world's markets and
whole of Tievolved
care the family upon interwoven with that which is ,
0 have THE BEST. his faithful wife who bravely performed romantic, and old citizens revel in a

"L her part with a noble patriotism, wealth of stories that prove that 'truthis I
a 1- Solid Sterling Silver Tea Set five ,
1,1'. strong confidence in the rightfulness of stranger than fiction.' art
'
.tit. pieces, plain design. $90.00. her husband's cause and undeviating "Florida's flrst"actual development
i
Solid Siver After Dinner Set" 4 piecespot fidelity to the double duty of caring for began in the early 8(1s( opening with 1,

creamer, sugar and tray $-10.00 the household. (Any history of the he entrance of a few small railroads,

Sandwich Plates, solid silver, $15 up. revolutionary struggle that leaves out which have since grown into big systems ft ( ti '

Bread Trays, solid silver. $15 up. what the women did, isjmpecfect.) that traverse every productive
At the time our story begins she had section of the state. The of
Salad Bowls, solid silver $20 up. I struggles t
Bon Bon Dishes, solid silver $20 up. gathered her little family, consisting of hose who inaugurated these small roads ,, b
William, a stout boy of 10, and Nellie,
Baskets solid silver $12 were discouraging, especially from a
Sugar ,
up. a sweet little girl of 8, and taking a financial point of view and a majority Drawn from Ktual'pbo4o nplv>Tra month Uttc-8tS worth of.alai.per acre..

I A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes, well worn Bible from a shelf in a cor- found their way into the hands of re- Com leant the modern quick cheap> and .
styles and for all uses ner, proceeded to conduct their custom- ceivers before their real development .
.ale to use the giant lore. ol dynamite t*
ary devotions. The portion of scriptureshe The way:: <
began. big trunk lines were gradually f.
We engrave all silverware when desired free of cost. read contained the words, "Deliverus
attracted Floridaward. though: feemove Plant DI d
Stumps and Boulders Trees. Dig a.
from evil, and they were made apart
We have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Plus and today several scores of passenger

Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling and is guaranteed for of her prayer. She mentioned trains rumble into Jacksonville daily, Break Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big.Crop .' r roar

forty years. particularly the absent husband and particularly during the winter tourist
father. After the prayer was over and .

We Handle Watches; Clocks Diamonds Jewelry they had resumed their seats, Nellie Season."It Is estimated that 200.000 tourisls ( PONS D Y N' AM 'ITE'WU1 t

Electroliers Cut Glass, Hand Painted China Souvenir asked what the words "Deliver us from visit the state each year, and Florida's S

Spoons Silk Umbrellas -:- -:- -:- -:- evil" meant Her mother explainedthat rapid growth during the last two dec- B. Demonstrated OB Ole Farm ol
it was asking God to take care of ades has ben greatly due to the settle-
We are especially equipped to care for all mail orders. Our kinds
from evil of all
us, to preserve us
ment and investment of of these
many W. B. Makinson Just West of Kissimmee ;
stock is complete new'and up-to-date. Our prices are in line and-to keep us from doing wrong. Nellie ,
tourist folk. They have worked handin
..
,.
with legitimate business houses. and heardto February 3d 10 - ; FRed
was quite serious she was hand with the Florida 'crackers' in a m.

ALL GOODS GUARANTEED repeat the words Several times. upbuilding the state, and marks of Uross Dynamite Is sold by Oeceola Hardware Co., sad .z
Willie had gone out to attend to some I'Agricultural
their found in the
enterprise are even
JV, B. Makla on Co.
We are members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association, necessary domestic matters and came f
and refund the fare. of visiting shoppers, subject to the rules of the back and reported that some hogs had remotest localities. 81W ant eeL P\oooIy\ 01....... ...I....... ....Ie nb.
organization. claM .Iw r- who do Est wart to 4sfeu
broken into their potato patch., Mrs. Who for President ? OWl bl.rtiet. W. will wet you the. wok" sad .help.. you.. it. If .! ..J.atkswt.ttlhdemoarb.tio..ad
Keller knew that it was necessary to toil MB "npnMoUlira you wart to .lam bWu* H will show ft. .keWi..
.. save-everything that could be used for
There are whole forests of Demo-
food and with the assistance of the
,
cratic presidential timber, the like of 4'

The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. children mend the proceeded breach. to This run them was done out and so which the party has not known in George N. Saunders

years.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"Local effectually that the hogs did not intrude Scan the list: JJ BOAT BUILDERAfent
for the balance of the day; but next
and Long Distance Phone 698 ;Judson Haimon, twice elected governor ,
morning they were back again rootingas : of one_ of the largest and strongest for"Ferro"4"E 61."Erb
.
410 FRANKLIN STREET vigorously as if they were specially '
Republican states in the Union. _n< print tmllM FM 11ttItpJaa---
I employed to ruin the patch. Various
Tampa Floridal8t Woodrow Wilson, who has swung KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '!
plans were proposed and rejected in T [ [MGq[ M.T M.eTetOn.o"..
New Jersey back into the Democraticfold
1 turn. One' thing was decidedthe
after wandering about, and, like Y
must be appealed to but how
. owner ; the ; husks for
prodigal son, feeding on
this was! to be done was the difficulty. '
". From the earmarks they were believed many years. .
. Jew Folk, who has won national fame r |
to belong to an old man by the name of; DR.E.WJS\
because of the grandeur of his personality -
Jones, who lived two miles away acrossa
and because of the indomitable .
the bank of the Santee.
slough
near
courage of his convictions. THE JACKSONVILLE: HOUSE
Willie said he knew the way and couldgo -
Champ Clark, speaker of the houseof .
}
y SpringFe'rtilizin'g' and tell him if his sister allow
: was. '
representatives, one of the mostamiable FINE STATIONERY ,
ed to him.
accompany For
delightful of and
and men, one
dear I afraid for ..
Ideal Fertilizers "My children" am of the most solid:-and brilliantly Intel- ENGRAVING and ;1
you children to go. lectual. Better DIE STAMPING ..kY
mother didn't ask the ,
"Why, you
Last, but not least, is Underwood .
Lord to deliver us from evil'? Andcan't Service ':;
Do you want a full bloom and one that will set fruit? I whcf has gained a national reputationby BOOKS'In
i he take care of us in the swampas
Use Ideal Fertilizer. the colossal powers of his intellect,
well as at home? ARTIST'S SURVEYOR'S andDRAFTSMEN'S
measured in debate with the brightest j
Do you want the fruit to stay on? "Yes, my dear, he can, and we'll '
intellects now in public life. MATERIALS
Use Ideal Fertilizer. trust him; so you may go." Any of these men will lend dignity Supplying

Right materials, Right proportions, and Right combinations They were soon ready, and kissing end splendor to the presidential office. KODAKS ;,

are the secret of the success which comes when you their mother, started on their journ "y. Let's be boosters, not knockers.Let's Your -
For a mile they had a pretty good road SPORTING GOODS ,
Use Ideal Fertilizer.For be in a position to Uiout for the
and Nellie) amused herself by gather- I Wants '
nominee and him such SOUVENIRS' ETC.
give a ringing,
greatest value of plant food
flowers that the
ing grew along way.
Buy Ideal Fertilizer. II united and magnificent support that I
Willie afraid she would tired,
was get
.
defeat will be impossible. Ocala Ban- '
. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE .
,
Send for our free booklet entitled or might get on a snake or stir up some

The Promising Grove. I stinging insects, but she promised to be ner. -- -- PRINTING, BINDING LITHOGRAPHING

very careful and assured him shewouldn't 1 _
Benzoate of Soda.

Wilson <& Toomer Fertilizer I Co.Jacksonville. tire. -45-49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla.
Fla. On entering the swamp where the We are in receipt of a pamphlet issued i

shadows were getting more dense by State Chemist R. E. Rose on :i

I Local Agt., Waters & Carson Grocery Co. greater circumspection was necessaryand ; the subject of Benzoate of Soda as a s

she kept closer to her brother preservative. Mr. Rose calls attentionto I
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They were passing through a dense the Florida law which prohibits the I I J

canebrake, as they approached the use of this chemical, and cites a large ,I

blough, and Nellie said, almost in a number of cage showing that the lawis I The RULL BASS MARKET
wrisptr. "Brother, wouldn't it be niceif wise and necessary. He summarizeshis

we could find a little teenchy, ween conclusions in this way: '

chy bear that 1 could carry in my lap, One-tenth ot 1 per cent of benzoateof Bearden Building Qne Block: from Depot
FOR SALE OR TRADE and take it home for a pet? She had soda does not prevent spoilage.The j..

scarcely' finished her speech, and before presence of the drug in food Indicates Fresh Florida of all kinds. :

Willie could make any reply, there was the use of interior materials, Western MEATS p
and( > > >
the very thing she had been talking/ or unclean, careless and unsanitary

about-a very small cub coming through methods of manufacture.The .
25000.00 worth of the Capital Stock the cane into the path they were trav absence of preservatives indi- POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH

/ of the Citrus Southern Railway Company eling. With a cry of pleasure, she cates sound materials, prepared under I Special :Allenlion/ Phone Orders and Free ""i
picked it up just as she would a kitten. clean, sanitary conditions.The .
-Cheap. It made no resistance and they were use of benzoates in foods has ; Delivery lo any part of Vie Cilv. Thane 189 F

soon at the slough. been condemned by the American Medical qty

J. J. BROPHY Willie got the boat ready and directed Association and by oilier scientific _

Nellie to takea seat. In doing so. bodies-and by the medical profession I

Orlando Fla. she made a misstep and came near fall generally.:

ing. The cub was hurt and gave a cry I Long Distance to

of pain. With a fierce growl the mother i iI Advertising Phone 296
i Big Bargain In a home.
I bear came tearing through the cane

and dashed right into the water after Splendid new six room house, just In-
the boat, which by this time was being side city limits' fine deep well, lot contains is saying the right thingat
two acres of ground ,
good new
driven as fast as Willie could send It
barn, wagon and buggy sheds and all the I y .
right time ; ,
for the middle of the slough. The bearIs under good, new fence. Fine locationfor

S. S. BUZZA & SON a good swimmer, and she waa gaining small truck garden or poultry aanch. in the
on the boat Willie clubbed the This is a fine proposition, where you right way .. 1t .k
paddle and aimed to strike her with all will have the freedom of the country, ,. ; :
yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages We make a toecialtjr of planning. preparing if. .-, a' . XS
Cement and Concrete his might; but the boat, lacking guidance I ,
of the city, such as splendid high literature and conducting eatopalgns for .:&., ",
struck a cypress "knee" just as school best markets churches, etc. I Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities (. ,; iJ.. )

Work of all Kinds his blow was descending and he struck Price.8-t.($1,500. H.. M. BREAKER & Co. and Individuals. i t. }y,
the gunwale instead of the bear, and

SIDEWALKS A. SPECIALTY the paddle broke in two. >';:

4 R *idenc Phop.58 (To be Continued.) Louvre's Honorable Descent GLENN-REAGIN ;ADVERTISERS$ : '
Office Phon 132' Mabbette Street The Parts Louvre, now the world's : :J
DilJin&bam'An. finest art t .
near gallery, was originally a 'f r1", ,'
Large desk blotters -lor sale at flue royal residence in the reign otDaco< TAMPA. : i.,1 If. :
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i A, .1,{$, .,y \t ,..,\., wt. '. ,_ ZOOLOGICAL fLORIDA 1HEY ARE -PLEASED' T'MK1VERS;,, ; M., D,;. elf WISH to say .to-thwho ptaople

elw end SURGEON arl
I PHYSICIAN | conternpladng;
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1 MAKE NO MISTAKE Powell Says ,it is Not Necessary to Michigan People Visiting c:.w.fl rn.. Office over Osceola'PbarnjacyI have" added buying a machine drain tile to,.my'that bus I''

Ship to the old reliable I Build Houses on'Stilts.. jng Delighted With Florida.Mr. PHONESfonce; : I l I Residence) 148 63 mess for making drain tile, that
I can make you a bejter tile than ,
Under ,the caption "'Zoologici.; "See.. ., L.."W. Davis and Mr.> Cleon Boy- you can buy outside,--lor a food

: I i '< H. & E. H.' FROST retary> Powell of 'the, Tampa Board of er, of Mulliken, Mich.were, pleasant i deal Call less and money.see tile and

,' ISTASLISHSO ties Trade,,,writes as follow in the bookleton callers at the Valley; Gazette ''office WINN prices before buying my :: it will get pay my

" d COMMISSION) ,MERCHANTS' Tampa recently published by that organizatlon Monday. With their wives they are "WL.: you I will make 8, 4 and 6.In,

; : at the home of Mr. C. W. PHYSICIANRESIDENCE

: : k ._ : "Thia.ii a subject which I must need visiting Fleming, and are greatly enjoying the ,. B. DICKERSON r--. .
:
: GRAPEFRUIT
IfV ,1 ORANGES. P.1ya.i Lease sit on a cakeof, ice to write about. I salubrious climate' of lu -kle ed ,Kissimmee. < : :PHONE I':.: :M\ Kis"".rtoiup" :* Broadway and Midland R. R.

,' _ _ _ ___ or i.ltslo.: really, want to pity the correspondent. .. Mr: Boyer is the treasurer of: Orricc: PFON

/i who I inquires: 'I* it true that you have his home and Mr. Davis who
MU':h dsist' : ::: county,
THOMASON $ $Ae nlaecaeLI1kM.
; PINEAPPLES VEGETABLES to build houses
your on stilts to keep is F.G.
, 4 f a cousin of Mr. Fleming, U a prosperous r '
; ,, '
,the alligators out? i merchant of Mullikefrf: Friend TILLERReal

i "Justbecause the old geographic, Fleming says that Mr. Boyer is not his PHYSICIAN.and SURGEON .

r : f.. Southern Shipping No. 50 had the penln.ulaof Florida crlsi-croese cousin, but that he spanked him when Estate Agency. =

l 't, : : with marks and the whole territory he was a kid. The operation seems to Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 i
319 WASHINGTON/ STREET, NEW YORK an.an..asw.aowak ,
" m, characterized as the Everglades, and i have agreed with him. The, visitors w.aataaa t
'j.f' L aererucn: CORNER JAY STREET had a picture of a South Florida river are greatly delighted with this part of DR.B.) D. WIENENGA Realty bought and sold. 1

: I Xeps Nsilosdr with a boa-constrictor 57 feet long hang- the state. They expect to spend a Houses rented. '
'.4 ,, IVETERINARIAN i
\ for stencil if needed.
: , :Baa_ aid allMer- Kindly write Ing from a limb, just about to attack an month in Florida, and will probably STOCK TREATED FOR Taxes paid and Titles! verified .

I, v eaatlle Alucln SOLICITING AGENT WANTED Intrepid explorer a great many North- visit-.Tampa, Key West and Havana ALL DISEASES.. for non-residents.

em people believe that the boaconstrictor before returning to Michigan. Fire, Life and Accident In- ..

f' T. : DOES LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT ? has grown to a grand-dad with a Rffh't'bone'Pho ?i82 ORLANDO. FEA. surance. ..

I' .i1 '" '4 I I million progeny. They believe any Three Generations on Stage. 4 l Indemnity Bonds. .

" I, : f 4; story they hear from Florida concerning "Like father like son," is a familiar DR. N. L. BRYAN .............. ......... .............,.. I
of
sort from
? teen ma pdElite any a pest a mosquito to a
: quotation of ancient lineage,but ,it is DENTIST - -
t: !P seven-tailed pterodactyl. They believe
r' t' f. not often that one hears of three generations -
.f' the denizens of the reptilian and
, piscatorial Squires Building The Home Bakery Man
, f age have come ,from their phosphate of female line following in the New York AvenueST.

11; > beds, where they have lain dormant same profession. This unusual occur- CLOUD FLORIDA
Hotel 1 rence Is happily illustrated in the case Takes this opportunity to thank
for ten million and
: I years, are
of Patti Louise Rosa, leading support the good people of this city for
4 ravaging the country like a hired hlind r\R. J. W. SIMPSON .
with the Lyman Twins this season. their liberal patronage and would
would a plate of buckwheat cakes
on a
} 11 frosty morning. Miss Patti Louisa Rosa should have a DENTIST. also take this means to say that ;,I

:l. RESTAURANT in Connection "One day last winter a tourist from natural equipment for stage work as our limited facilities for making i,
-
both t her mother and grandmother were Upstairs In Katz Building./! goods will prevent (for awhile) ourgeneral i i
tbe North met a friend her arrival .
upon l
{ Reasonable Prices oJTampa{ and with fear in her face footlight favorites of more than ordin- ) .CEHOUKs: \f 9:30a: tom,5:30: Op'S: delivery to all parts of the

t4 asked her: "'What protection have ary degree. The young lady is a daughter Telephone] Mo. "6 Jun o. Ivr. city. Quality,,aad-.varieJtJt will bemaintained
f you -
EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-qATE. against those terrible alligators?' The of the jolly Patti Rosa, remembered always Our nice .,
with much affection by the majority of W. W. CARSON!
1- Tampa lady laughed and, herguest's DR
pointing to )HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS
i Beaman Block the amusement loving; public, and Patti l
-: pocketbook, remarked: 'You DENTIST
H. E. BRYAN ProprietorWHAT Also HOT BREADwill
Phone 109 Rosa was a daughter of Madam Cerito,
have more of an alligator in your hand
than "you will see if you lived in this sec a famous figure on the Italian stage in Office over Cole's Jewelry Store be ready mornings and afternoons A.

tion ten years.' the last generation. Skill in dancingwas Office Hoprs: 8-15, 1-5 and a nice variety of PIES

i..................................................................e "There are a few alligators on the a great gift in common with all Office phone 158 and CAKE-Parties and Wedding '.
Residence 2M:
r three of the '
r i IT MEANS rivers which make a bid for excursion family. a specialty ;
Madam Cerito the
was greatest pre-
parties and there is also an unwrittenlaw [DERBYS111RE, MD.. \
:. Many people do not know what a Bnnk'i ial' !*> for or the difference between mier danseuse oi her day and she had[ LP. A. SMITH
wtilt.\ that a man who would shoot of .
' : a bulk of little or li'" apllal a mi one a sags"'capital. one .
the reputation ot being able to make
Lr ; A IIA:<'K'H CAPITAL: ALAI l fl'KPl.rs these 'gators should be consigned to.the DARLINGTON AVKNUK
more changes in costume with greater Special attention given to the
.
'tb'rund that protects the ilfponltom from !t... therefore the larger it la (liegreater eternal bow-wows. ; ;
of Women and _
treatment
;) protection the o.ilorw have lint-. bank ha. a celerity than any premier before or u p
IA "The most noted curator in America Children.
+ + Capital. of 1'Ai.two i'WI i i since. She had a dozen or more char-
Surplus Ward of/ -'",''KKl 00 r spent two years in South Florida and
e+e = btwkboldt-n' liability :Ml.lHKI 00 found but 'thirteen varieties of snakes acteristic dances and a different presentation Office over Citizens Bank PHONE 184 w

J' -;l f +e I( A total. of .. II-1..SO((>0 00 existence, and few ot those. He said with each. Madam Cerito 24r3mospd i enne h Butler1
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1 .t = This mean. that we mum l hose 11:1.: '>,000 00 before our depoaltora could lose s r1L that Missouri had kinds put her daughter on the stage when p. 1
thirty-two of .
1L cent. Tbla protection 1.or/ YOU i the afterward famous Patti Rosa wasa P. A. VANS AGNEW W. CBAWFOKD
snakes in reality and a few hundred in
= STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE imagination. One will see more snakesin child 4 years old. Patti Rosa is re VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW [ +

1 : .L. : = -0o ,- membered best now as a comedienne,
r any garden in the North in the spring- BARBER SHOP
G rI. .14I'.AI'M P.S y'LORIOA.. j although her knowledge of dancing
time than would
they see in Florida in (
: O. A. CARBON JOHN M lEE S, B. CARSON Hunters have traversed the wil- teps was endless. Patti Louisa Rosa Office: 3-l-A.C CltIrene (tank Bnlldlog "
Prvaldent V c..-l'r..I.I..nl Caahierv. years. has inherited much of her mother's Kissimmee Florida 1

.t ......................... .. derness tor months without encounter- Cold Drinks & Cigars
i ewtta S .............................! tering a snake. i charm and grace and has made an enviable ---- -- I

reputation with numerous farce J. I- NOON H. a. GEWEll "
"As to mosquitoes-we have them. comedy productions.HelpMJfords. .Kissimmce, Fla. ,
What country has not? We screen MOON & GEIGER

against them-they don't trouble "s. I
ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice .
Come to Tampa any night in the year.

R. G. JOHNSTONFIRE Take an auto anal ride about the city and State Bank Building:

see hundreds of happy families sittingon Kissimmee. Florida Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

--' From Kill Citizen.Is ---. --- -
--: Ir the wide unscreened porches enjoyinglife. a mmee -- ---

Go to the theaters and other F. KRIBBS'ATTORNEY
: public G
; your back lame and painful? .
INSURANCE places sit the show out. We challenge -
Does it ache especially after exertion AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. PRESSING
I you to feel the presence of the

mosquito.| Note that business houses ? .Examination of Titles Specialy. DYEING ere .
L k theaters and factories are all unscreened. Is. there a soreness in the kidney re- : a REPAIRINGLeave
j Notification and I
Tf; : payment of taxes of
$$4 : London. Liverpool & ( lobe.- Etna. Night workers in newspaperoffices..telegraph glohT non-reeidenis given careful .

and other offices These indicate weak kid. attention. ,
do not screen symptoms word
at my house and clothesdill
., : ., .Hartford, Norwich Union and against mosquitoes. This is better evI- eys". be called tor and returned '

dence than pages of denying the false There is danger in delay. ROBERT G. JOHNSTON
''
' other ,
4.1.'';?" ; strong Companies stories coming out of the North that life Weak kidnevs fast get weaker. Satisfaction Guaranteed ,:

Is unbearable in South Florida ,
Tampa or -
6" c. PHONE 246 Give your trouU .. ompt attention __ .ATTORNEY AT..LAW- -
PILLEY
BUILDING on account of insect pests.

"Space is too short to linger on this Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly. K1SSIMEEE FLORIDALOUIS FIORIDA REAL ESTATE FOR Sill

\ subject. We simply appeal to the intelligence They strengthen weak kidneys. ,

of the reader-If he believesIn Read this Kissimmee testimony. Beautiful winter home sites situated

.' J the snake and alligator and mosquito c MAHHEY"T.. MCTUN ...BLOW in the Lake Region o; Florida.
J. H. Harris carpenter and contractor Late Count! fur Judas ..f the
don't want him to come here Florida Trucking and Farming Lands.in large
stones, we R. R. Comm. Criminal. Court
Kissimmee Fla. "J 1
gays: haveno
citizen. His order of intelligence! or small tracts.
as a i hesitation in recommending Doan's VT ASSEY & WARLOW
AreYou Going toBiiild? would be too low to mingle with oUr CITY
Kidney Pills for I know from past experience PROPERTY: A SPECIALTYList
I
,.(J', people. that they act just as repre- ATTORNEYS AND LAW COUNSELLOSAT your property with me for quick

sented. Off and on for five years 1 have salt e. <
I' BETTER TO TAKE Practice in all the Courta of the tate and of
taken this remedy for my kidneys and the United Slates alw belore the Iloridi Kail

M ..' t ) -r THAN CALOMEL a few .doses have always brought me Comm.eun.IlII road Commission. and the IntrratMteummerce H. IYI. Breaker. & Co.
rtD
relief. This preparation is worthy of a CHARLESTON BL'>G. ORLANDO. FLA.
:
j ,; trial." >II l lyr Box <7S KISSIMMEE. FLA."Well : J JL

'. .. ______ Dodton's Lirer-Tone a Wholesome .
;" _"J"'. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ctn. --- --- -

Reliable Medicine That Take the Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N': Y? sole
_
J Place of Calomel.Dodson's agents for the United States. W. S. HARWELL :McCALLISTERKit3simmeQ't3:
: ::
f I
Liver-Tone strengthens the Remember the nameDoan'sa.dtake REAL ESTATENotary
IDrlller
... liver-It does not drive it to its work by no other. .1

.'. over stimulating it as calomel does. I IDodson's Public at Large is prepared id. drillARTESIAN
e, Tampa Business College.This J
Liver-Tone does not have Office in Beaman Building! '

5s '. any of the dangerous after-effects of is one of the few business training KISSIMMEE. FLA.STOPf.. WELLS llijf

s 1 / ql calomel. It is a vegetable liquid-abso- colleges in America owning its build- ,
t. l in any section of Florida
M lutely safe for either children or grown ing I and used exclusively for college and '

people: Everybody likes its taste. dormitory Everydepartment :
purposes.
;
l, I .The U. S. Government has bought Neponset -- No restriction of habit or diet neces- equipped in modern office style. Over 'I en years successful Well I
; : Drilling is a Guarantee of
Paroid Roofing since 1898-often my
k4. every year sary. forty brand new visible typewriters for Ability to produce the best
:'si million square feet at a time-for use at Get a bottle from the Kissimmee students' use. Penmanship, practical results. ;

t home, Alaska, Panama and the Philippines Drug Co., 60c, and try it. If it doesn't bookkeeping, and'simplest and briefest u

& ( "* ,,. ;the coldest as well ar the hottest climates. 'take the place of calomel you can get shorthand taught: by experts. Six hundred and see u if you are going to build. TWO AND FOUR INCH
q back by ashing-.fpr it. students the past More We make plans and erect t
I your money year. po- any style oi
(! .
I 1 ""; 'Ij Do you need stronger! proof of the wearing qualities, economy, -- sitions open than this college can fill. building. We make our own artificial WELLS A SPECIALTY .

F and the satisfaction that NEPONSET Paruul Roofing affords? Notice of Executor.In Winter term begins first week in Janu- stone and brick, and are close dealersIn W

.. Do you want proof nearer homeVe nil] give it to you.P Court re'Katate of the of County Temple Judge A. Minx.Stale Deed of Florida, Oaeeola -, ary, 1912. Catalogue and other litera- lumber. We also manufacture all P. O. Box 844 :'iKissimmee.

We will tell you where you can see a NEPONSET Paroid Ro<>f. County. ture free. L. M. Hat ton, President. kinds of Monumental work.
P See bow it looks, learn how long it has been on, and hear what Notice la hereby Iyen, to all whom It may li.W2 1-tf : : : : Florida
concern. that on the lat day of]Parch A.
v the owner has to say about it. I abed apply to the Honorable Ueo )f.Parker KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION CO.
: ,Judge of eakl Court, a Judge of Probate
foraflnal-dlecbarge aa Admlnlatrator of the Notice. Sproull Ave. and Midland
; NEPDN3ET PAROID .tale of Temple A. Mini,deceased;and that at Ry.
-: ,< , Roofing lh administrator..aame time I will of freeent said eetate.my Anal and aoooanta..10: ''lor Notice !la hereby given that all bills NEW BOAT"KISSIMMEE" I)

4 U told on proof not promises their BpprOTsil. for water and lights are due when presented it

t 'I ,.. ftCMMCT FAJtptD IU. >. for the f PONa(7 PROSLATE Reefl... lor Dated Aagnet. 1.1 A. D.Co l J41). AdUdaleMator. by the collector but upon fail- JENKINS & WOODIIAM

if,1 .roola and lidee of hems atiblc, ponltry toot and. ,idti of mldencea and. all bMlld- aa-lnio 6 mo are to pay when account is presented, -will leave-
} i Y j':",' tmildtega.. ]Eealatsnre.For blate In color.. Coata leu tnaaatuaglea. ian calling for artlatlc roola and sidlag.t all parties hr arrears are required to
t Loon like KISSIMMEE
ihinglea. like
wears slaU.Fa
brooder flosses abeda aad leainorry call at the collector's office and settle PARKDjly. s a i
{ bBUdtora that nqnlre lwelt..stl.egoo. t4EP..ETWATDPItooP "1I"1...'
..rNFlrONS1'r aED-ItOI'& Far I M>for ue under clapboards and. abla- by the 10th of month. Otherwise service "
yyy. ; 0,,raaerlor la atery reepect to tarred leit. It glee. 1 la Will ol realaencea.. Ksep... The f lorida Grower'a | for lights or water will be discontinued Surveying and except Sunday, 11 a. m.
p. m. Sundays 930
!
he*..... the. ataadaia lowest roofing for damps. .as. cold and draughts. Cut faai. a. m.
and
r ,e e/.Fears I Ulla oaetbnd.W. without further notice. In case 8 p. m.
l l a r.we tls w fk BtMi, tl.rt 1V.b.1.,taw, hr,"ebn..<< fruit.1'OW ror I lights or water is turned off for non- Drafting Leaf Kiaalmme daily except 'r'
I I folks who want to k.ow Shoo Sunday.,,:30 a. m.and J:15 m.
Ida. Weekly $1.00 per year .oath payment, a fee of $1 will be chargedfor p. a
4 ...: trf.l.u Sundays 8. a. m. and 2,p. m.be. .
.I.--c
:... reconnecting where further serviceis
:-eOLD .V- i.erI .
r
_
I. Anaan..at. _N.wght Kxemfata eetfas
"was' B. MAKINSON O ROW BRI required.By Orricx nt FKATEKNTTT BALL sale /say u-a_...... taws.
OMPANY' 'THE FLORIDA
,
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order of Council Jan. 8. 1912. -
I SOO nrMa *.**,'lemM,rise' Data ft.* Trim te
a a'LO11fox J. R GILBERT
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\ 'tl'tlIUSS" I "* FLAx KIS8IMJIB- rxitlt m 1 1r
KISSIMMEE. a
1'!"/-3t. -';?,. Collector.. ,; J.H.DA VI8,Cantata .u 10-....111 ,

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i-T:! ?'. .per iroei Bul 'n Issued by te School Board ,... KEEP. '"'...'T..,' .,',,.r...f.t. 04..

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;.":,> AB 'lens. '. messagS to Klssltamee, r FJ u},Jan.,2\ 1912. W.. ,M.I Holloat .., ' 11,;:*;:.I
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of last w'x
: ';"' .' the tier meter',at Tampa in .:. .
say. regular session thr ij ing, present i. : .<
. J. ".\',1 "r' ,regis 48 deg f at midnight, ear W. C. Baas chairman; ,E,-E. Brown.; ,,g the, head-of. # l : ,,, ) :
1,.; In& luff.rin (mong the people off Minute 'of"' the Jut regular session .;;.t1i; ,It i.
\ .* j<'''' '' T .theyh but few Comforts an* were read 'an4.epproved. '

;j+, .ath dclothln 1 their. homes,are B.;C.t; Miller.icoftnty treasurer., reported Florida's: School S ys jI

'. ,ehe t.hIgh: ve th, ground, and -as follow: .
;, '; ''ba ly till I ee i and oil.):' heater to To the Honorable"S Board of. Public "In I EIE IS ADVANCINC'THE EDUCATION' OW. i..

,,1 t s1 p""beat." '..That: Bristol, Tenn.., struction In and,,for Onceola county,,: o. )..it;. r _il..

: i co PODdent fone of:the most gifted 1 herewith tender my report. treasurer ; .. -
:'t,II Q Acne .' He hu a clipping bar of Osceola county for.the'month 3 FOR 11VELVE.YEARSI ;,Mr f lJolloway.waa'Superl, -.I' i.p,'
lend hiD ill I strange thing 'which, ot A. D; 1911.' .
December. v t .f pf: s' lon"or'Alachua ,
ubllcJnstruc .County; iinat, '
aU r the world, and when- : .
n 0 ti
1. OBNEUL SCHOOL tIMD.
he wa i to make a dollar or BO he balance from lad report..,.".......S45M 71 11 i he built-up the school-system: of;,that county' un 1-,

to his rap-booke and pick up anto To tax snit: Augon r.o'l from redemption Comp .1 mill.......lohoul.,..w. 1745 4 I :*!d'as among.THE:. FIRSTj.in. the State.. "Jo(; I J ( r, R dalI

i. out o. the ordinaryand' nvampi To amt reo'd from Tax:Dol", polls 1910-11 18 00 ; ;T911.'at the ,State Fair in Jacksonville. ,..the schoo tx' j

and scOds it along to some 'paperhich'fie IfiOQ 10 ofAlachua: County, WAS" ,GIVEN FIRST, PLACED!: to,

( (!believes' will grab It like ant' BT IId warren u -perU............ ,. 2876 e5Dy gold medal awarded.. This was In competition l'f f i

'ir,! .rpban ekes prunes. ,He knew, that the Balance.. ... ..... .. ... ...2&b36 whole State, and Mr;' Holloway -Superintend '
; was
ix>f Angeles paper thrive on kuob hog- enMOOL.o.. -DIST.xo.1. > ; ; .
I I /wash''aad he got probably fifty .cents To balance from last report .....,..... 1410e + Alachua. ,County M :
'
u for hla'pain. and the intelligent: people To amt rasa from Tax Col Urn.. .,.." 100 a* d v p7 .. .. a
o of tbi United State who aw the article .. 6h0 -.> ' '
given BT paid WlOC'raDU s. per lla&. ... ....... 116 UU "i" ..,1< .i'r'-
understanding
were a new .
why'the Time. ha had It* trouble with By balance. .. ..... ..,;,861892' ": In the Office of-State.Superi eof'Piiblic ... '
'
the labor The will SCHOOL US-OUT.MO. .
people. paper print To bat from Iao& report.. .. ,.."...,... . 409 ;, Instruction lifr.Ji
anything to endeavor to carry its point To amt rec'd from Tax Col tax.. ....... t W ,. I lM.rrV t, R'h r.V of h f fI
t
and,sustain its editorial 'TrT f
policy. By balance .. .. .... ..... .... .. .... I 4733 ..i" S" *r T Sj,, .
Another liar[ hu also developed from r. : ' '
SCHOOL aCB-DUT. 8. HI Has forced the progress that marked'' his caree (
Poniacola, who wired the same paper To b.from last report...... :..........., 121* ** k \ \.:
..... .. lesser field. He has been a Developer ofFlorida's>F" :
that'the orange crop was frozen last To amt reo'd from Tax Col '' 51* "b r f" .
.
Sun -"- -This"make byactualcount 16 tax. t "i bawl Resources, and today the school':systerri 'W, .,the'Sll s
sy;
By beUooe .. ...._... .. .... ... 12Z4 iviacnoOI
time the orange crop of Florida has ,sri-nisT, HO... ?._ _, __ + 4'. ,, moving toward that upward.plane of; Efficiclha ''; q....:

been frozen thi leason, according to the To bal from taut report ..... .. .... .. .... 14 OK __ '_, '' ) lowerio the higher forma_of.educationrfln Ute mi M }r't." .. r
.. ..... ,.
Ux
To amt reo'd from Tax Col .
Lo.Angel.Times.AccordingtotheTime. 67281b ... \ that proves the ability and energy'cif: Its head.u: :r % "
the of Florida has
orange crop .. ... ... M. HOLLOWAY t
llat. 10 00 .. ;
B/ paid alr..18 u per 1: y
more lives than a cat.. The truth of the .
matter is that there has not been one By balance .... ... .,.. ... ... . M )6 A Successful Teacher The forward movement of Education in I Flo t
B. C. MILLER, A Successful County Superintendent Public Instruction ," ; .
range frozen in Florida -thti season, Mt' W,1
of Hit AdminittrationM.
r : '
while the Time admitted in Its column CountyTreasurer.Warran1l A Successful l State Superintendent of Public Instruction'( ? atite't u' ,
that the crop loss by Its holiday freeze in the sum of $2420.86 were 1'' ;

amounted to 10.000 car loads, or 8,000- examined_and cancelled in open session. WITHOUT I' "
000()( boxes, and probajly 6,000,000 I boxes., Bills were approved and warrants issued - f.. HOLLOWAY HAS PRODUCED MUCH EDUCATIONAL' ADVANCEMENT - } .

"GOING as follow: COST TO THE PEOPLE 1 f
FLORIDA BOMB. W i Bear*,salary 8npt .. .. ... .. . .I 17* 00 : of
Florida has more tourists within its WCdam.MBFI ..... ... ...'. .... .. 400 School 'ratf .
Fund in paying
I HE DISCOVERED a law that enabled investment of the State securities : Hiffcer : tsn ,
,
gate today than any previous year in E K Brown. M B V 1 .' ... ..... 6 0"Lorn ' '
. ...... = Interest. W.!
1 00
the heightof'the season, Feb. 15 to I 8nivena,labor aohool 18 A . ,

March 1. This condition did not come I, Keldon W B Makluon Realty Co.Co, Iqiuranoe supplies school aohool 18.IS.... Ilk 13 00 20 HE WAS lastrunental ID Securing to the School Fund 2B per cent. of the proceeds'arising from the/; sale of State Undsw; 4

about by accident. It came about by W J Seara Incldentala months .. .. , ,. 49 00 from November 30. 1908, the date of the first payment, to November 16, 1911, amounted to'' $145,215, .t { g i
concerted effort on the part of cities ..... Rhoda Loc...salary. .teacher No10. _W 00 :. "
No 14 40 00 revenue thus derived will amount to several hundred\ thousa.nd.doll'a.rs. in a few yearsHE dIl
Itlaa Regero :
and their newspapers with some help Ross ;

from the railroads. It show the possibilities Prof. C Cora N Career L Maine .". .", .". No No 16 X.6. 0300 40 00 HAS Advanced the Common Schools:by Securing $2,760 annually from the Southern Educational Boarcffor salary,: 9tP: ..

i of advertising. It now behooves Mlaa neda poollttle No'M. 40 Ooo" ___ State Inspector of rural elementary schools, and this educator devotes the greater"portion of his time to visiting 1.(' '1-\\
Florida town to create advertising No 18. 4000
every an LllUe Dale schools of the State. work is benefit and Is Without Cost to the People.' tHE
the
fond at once and get ready for Cora L Maine No.. 16, lUb-dUt.. 1.. 15 inspecting country This.. proving a great : "" ",, it..: :;, .,
-
r. 1912-13-not only get out the advertising Prof M....C r'lade Carne Doollltle " 1 1. 10 10 00 HAS advanced the High School of the State in a similar w :y. In 1908 a Department, of 'Secondary' EducatLOnHISchools :: :...
'
but build more houses, more apart- Tf Lillie Dale 1. 10 00"Jane ) was established at the University of'Florida and to enable the State Inspector of High School'' to m'r"fif.:
ment house, b tel.. We predict .""NoU. 8S 00
that by Feb.more IK there will be *o many ,* Jane L Dlckenaon Dlekenaon No 12 aub-diat 2. 15 00 efficiently diver the field, Mr. Holloway, through the General Education! Board, Procured",$1,500..to. apply on\ salary'and. em4at ''

tourists In the state that" here will be Vallop Oaaeua printing! .. .. 5 00 penses of th0. State Inspector, and by this means the High Schools receive about nine-tenths of the Inspector's' time Withi
.. '
.
2908 ,
B O Miller,com. treaaurer '
a lack of accommodation. for them. Earnest Green,labor tcbool No 1 ... ... 7 6OB Additional Colt to the people. ,,' .
Every Board: of Trade should make a C Miller,com treaa aub diet No 1, ". 8 61
canvas among Its'citizens and have .. ., .. No 2. .. 278 "' t

private homes opened to take care of ".. '.... ".. "" No Nol 4....... S 6 Of 14, Wm. M. Holloway is a Candidate for, Re-Election < .JiP1 ,. :

the'visitors. ... ., '
J I.Button Janitor, supplies No 16 80 89J
WHAT ADVERTISING DOES. B Cratea, anppllea No 18. .. .. ...... W'' 00 :. ''f""
Let Him 'Continrie'Hi
FaithfulYES ,
"; Oaoeo'B Hardware Co.affppllea No. 88 20 .
, .r'A"I ..;!: advertising manager of. the paper KlaalmmeeCity: water No. lat. .,...,... MOO . J, r
i. IJi' : with the largest circulation In America Domler Ulluer, Inanrano No 2g.-,,..,.,, IS BOCltimeni !
l icIil.JI{ r .told" us that with a oney ar'l .advertii- Bank, loan months....p. ,.2000 00 I ..ve
, : "" n. ." IntVarr Ko 6186 noa.. 80 00 it v
:'tog campaign, in his paper, at an expenseof IIII. .
.. Iris Ollrer, sal teach No 2 -U>dye 28 28 ; 1
$60,000 the sale of a certain tobacco M.ryDarld '' No 811 ..... 4000 ; "
were increased from 900,000 tons to 9'-; Mill KatharineShmdoan: salary No 40.,. 86 00
000,000 ton*. The previous sales of 900- Tom Sallett, wood No 1 ... .17 M! \ - ',' .. '

----. ..t n.r.&da.hy.a1ea.agenta and ., Tiere.beingjip further business, the
jobbers after thirty\ years of honorable Board adjourned till next regular meet> -- ,--- -- "'"T

merchandising and honest goods. Yet Ing. '0 .
. W. C. BASS, '
you hear old-established storekeeper '

say: "I am,, too well known-advertising \ Chairman. .
.
theCOLD .. .
business." Attest :
: cannot help my .
W. J. SEARS,
,
Superintendent. .
CONFERENCE: CLOSES 5ti

GETS A "POUNDING"'"
SL (Uoud Church Gave Fine Report at WEATHER
Methodist ,d6 it
Meeting. Members of Methodist Congregation !

The Florida Conference of the Methodist Visit the Parsonage.A .

Episcopal church, commonly knownas
the' Northern Methodist church, number of the members of the is !
I closed in Jacksonville lut Sunday night Methodist church met at the parsonage

Rev. Dr R. A. Carnine was reajipoint- 'on' Monday night last and treated their r. T fy '
ed district superintendent; living at De- new pastor,' Rev. H. T. Gaines, and hip

Land. Rev. J. A. Westcott was, .reappointed family to'a liberal pounding. ,
to the pastorate of the Livingston Mr. Jno. M. Lee, chairman of the
,
Memorial church at St. Cloud board of stewards, made a' speech of '
where his ministry has been remarkably welcome In which he stated that if he rE, b P

successful. He reported the Completion were a Methodist preacher he would Are you wondering where 1ou' '
of the, new church in the Wonder rather be sent to Kissimmee than any-

City, at a"cost of$10,300.. This church where else on earth. At the same time 4.
will be dedicated February by Bishop he warned Mr. Gaines that this was' not
Warren.'A' new parsonage( has alsobeen an easy charge to fill and that he Can get the kind of HEATER r

built at St. Cloud The Rev. H, would have enough work to do to keep e
*
W, Warren, oldest in point of serviceof him busy the entire year. Mr. Lee V 6{ 1t. ,
the Methodist bishops, presided over urged that the pastor and members want if t
the conference. unite In an effortto make this the best \ you ; so see us ; we have

year in the history of the church.
Of, They like Our fishing. Mr. Gaines made a 'timely response "
"
"
, in which be stated that he had already a big assortment from $1.50
;Mr. and Mr.' L. Sponsler, of decided that he would have the most upi.; tAISo'the
Grand Mich., who are spending r. ;
Rapids agreeable field irvwhich to work here' i

% the winter in Kissimmee, having rooms that be had ever had, and that he and i l V* S!
at Mr. M Ift.ld'i, are both 'enthusias i bit family deep.y appreciated..the kindly )) :
,
'tla"anglen, and have been having interest and cordial welcome which ; best line of > 1

splendid oport (fishing Jn.hipgle I creek.' had been accorded them. Fire-Dpgsjaiid; 3' $$ '
near this city; "They have gone outnumbers Brief talk were made by DrrWInh,

of tlm l'and brought, in,'tine Mrs McPhatter Mr*. Moon and"Mr. J. Wire Screens for the S'J'

. -+ string of black baas, or trout a* they Tennell.. .. Firepl'cti..: .: f

',//.y are1'known ,beret; 'but tbetb.st'day's .. =i--. ;0' ,,
':,'- have had yet"won."Jut"Sat- Here. ';. . '... ,y j
;. 'eport they May Locate:: I . .,1 *," ., .' L ?
... nrday 'when, they 'went out with Mir. I ' J.. .. ( '. ''f r.
-. "j.:.:)FloydCorrell'In'big! l '' 1 tx>af and-caught. U. rir:;Pf S.;Tbomaar-of,:Wichita,.Kan., . _,--4 .. -. .;>< .. .., " lo. <...\. . . "> : ,
. "' ",' Saturday { unda.7'an Monday hi v'. ': .. ,.' 4r5 ; ''r '
f.wbotirL pent p ; .
P. eventy-slx.-speckled: ,,peachJ. a' .... '" .
. 4 '
., ':' 'Mn Sponler; state ;.that all bin_ this city, }Jhe.gliestof; his l former'towns _, f'!!, .' r. "' .
/I';' neighbor ,had fish for supp rf; that ipso;Mr.. ATS. elMn. 'He spe'rit.he( ; ; ; "" :t9 .. L :

, . >flight..:/. and MrSponler ohiyB; time''In'j coking: t>verfhej; advantages t -- ', ,- ; r SS5U'
"' _'" . .,._/ tended_''stopping".here.a day "IO. 'bat and attraction.of;: Klsaimmee.with'sview j 'Spmfr.rfl&fT '
'I of finding a permanent $ :n.'tienJ.:- .W'
..rt8tAher had triedthe!, fishing they .. .
I" ,. aoaWS'b have I He'left 'bn Tuesday ';'lor' Jadcsonoinranb'.otherFpointa t :
Just leave; and been hero : . .. .
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,',H. -' en.rouU to:WkbJta -. .. .. .. ".''; \100 ,. -;, -.t., ... ",If' .
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1 I,Halt blob tt I ... hoping to return to thi.city In;;the-' ''not / ; ; -" '-1. #.4 .. oI't
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t l' d dGtaht'futtue.LsDrThomas. : U One of r;. io&4 .
'tor "at
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"- ? ', the mirgeon of Kansas
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s IC .''B.,,HARRIS ., ,.oo!. '..'!.. .-._ .Editor Proprietor ,K 1 ilr'Mam,, '

./Jli.' ,K1YKENDALL. .: Associate Editor Leading cfenti of the past seven
:
\\I ..-,'--------"*"= -T. ..,.. remarks days summarized for busy .' ,. .
; ; Some made
f' by Editorsof
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PUBLISHED .EVERY FRIDAY t Valley: Gazette readers < u .'
tie State Kistimmce
.J retarding -
'O""JCE.i VXii-Ef GAZETTE-BUILDING. .
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COUNTY FLORIDAt . : and Kiuimmee's great 1 I,
OSCEOLA' ,
KISSIMMEE, .
: ; ?, --......... :--=:;_., paper r ; The Valley Gazette Charles W. Morse, the Ice ,king, con .' '" . "
victed of violating the national banking ;; "

a i SUBSCRIPTION- ( RATES: t" Arthur laws, and who had served two years of "
$1. Hon. E.' l> who' bas
One' one onegan w
copy, year '. : most :acceptably 'filled a flfteen-year sentence at the; federal Row
f ;One copy, six months ' ,75 )' the 'po.ltlon of. prison in Atlanta wu granted his freedom Baking n
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Y1n. yt three months ,40iJf clerk of the circuit court of Osceolbpunty. .
Taft
; by Presiden4! ; Physicians 4e-:
haw!riven up his i
r authorized correspondents, must be tha4rdf- Glared;! that Morse would not live a "-
from der'not
All commnnkatione; except our to neglect hla duties\ In month ABSOLUTELY PURE
-i.U Jby,th.writer.a . flee, to begin his active campaign for in, prison, and probably not aix ,
_
i toth months is 1 released. The effort to secure It .'
election sUt*>j a nate from he "
matter will not be returned unless called for> ; an unconditional pardon, which has
jetted
r f district composed t()f Osceola and Orange ,
continued for months, was unavailing. .
' ntered at the Poatoffice in Kisoimmee. Fla., as second-class mail matter. counties. The question recently 1'-

agitated .as to* whether officeholders Agents of the Black Hand are said '

Y. r1c1.a.y. January ::26. :01.2 should resign when they begin\ campaign to be seeking the life of Gov. FOBS, of Makes delicious home-

y for election to another office has Massachusetts, because be called out baked foods of maximum

I been settled by Mr. Donegmn for himself the militia In connection with the strike .

+' '! [The price of butter is going up. Who violets singing forever on the, edges of in a manner which shows a high oft,(15,000 textile operatives at Law- quality! minimum cost. I ,I !

r "'4\Ter.\, heard of 'the price coming down the plot of purple flowers. He thoughtof conception of honor In relinquishing a rence. baking: a
the utter joy o( a yellow rose and Makes home
Or the qual- :
lucrative
# fJackwavuleMetropolis.; : position In order.to engage in
Chairman Norman E. Mack issued .
gave his thought to the world, insuring i
i f e''' 'J'ITT going up.' the perpetuity that thought and 'the the uncertainties of a campaign for the official call for the meeting of the pleasure \
another office when law that
no requires
I :'. ftA Political records are being dusted off never-failing'fragrance of the star on sacrifice. The Democratic national' convention, June
next legislature will
-Jacksonville Metropolls. which live and lie stood.th 25, in Baltimore. /
J for! public inspection. we ; monn t
; t., have no more honest, more faithful, more
I Some of 'em would look bet tamps with their white beards'over'the capable member than Arthur E. Done Senator Stevenson was exoneratedby The only Baking Powder

t ter with the dust left on. tender valleys, and set the eagles in the .
: 4 gan.-Taft Weekly Messenger. the senate committee of .the charge l Grape'
made from Royal
eye of the sun. He put the thunder in of corruption in connection with his

c .' :. Isibl' meetlnimen. and religion the cloud to waken us to our immortal I election by the Wisconsin legislature. Cream of Tartar' I .

t.. i, ojrement; and the Methodist conference destiny, and the lightning; and aboutour The investigation extended over several

( f\ all got under way in Jacksonville i shores He poured the starlit, all- State BrevitiesItems I weeks .

Id ;J last', week. N--:: place need. '*m worse. enclosing waves of death. He flung Prussia placed loan.of $105,000,000 No Alum Ho Lime Phosphate ;
---- -
tf I i'l I' : I into His palace sons and daughters-and
VBrooksville is planning a "dasheen gathered here and for the purpose of purchasing and
r ; I of the daughters each was the symbol aaaonf

P ". '_ autTMe nly-thlng-we know that 'i of all made into one symbol r Eve-the tie town ol Sunny Florida equipping railroads to be operated by ]

t f'', '.sounds like that Is a long, low dog, |, stars brough near-the. rivers domesti- the government.A I 'r .-.-=. _> -
; "
i ':" Teutonic, and not particularly ed- I c.-ated-the rapture of the nightingale Orlando merchants, are seriously objecting $4 immigrant tax was recommended ----. ,

\ "' 'lble. ", repeated in a kiss-the dawn and the by the senate con mittee in the general ,
.l"... to 100 per cent increase in the help to the community. Three degree ,1
.,. I twilight approaching Adam in two promising I immigration bill. The exclusion. of PRESBYTERIAN[ SOCIALJudge
,i, ' the college license rate.
members
., |11! ,The Lakeland Telegram says are requested to communicatewith
'f. I .
J eyes-the beauty of' the lightning anarchists is also provided for.
il: f. a ; yell of the Florida College for Women became her the thunder Leonard Lee, rather notorious of late I Brother Swabey, and help further t
tongue-and
w '( i," ," set "Hoppity, Bopplty, Hippity, I her jealousy.-am1 ocean her affection- as a "bad man," who escaped from the Tne report of the house committeeof Parker And Family Entertain the good work in obtaining a charter.

";'jloppity.. we're the class that never investigation was a complete vindi-
;
city stockade at Tampa a couple of
j
I and and and her Most At Their HomeThe
; ,I Wp ti'. Greenie' whitie, high and i slave-the days nights her years weeks ago, has been recaptured. Lee cation of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley on the -Delightfully A Big Cattle Deal. f

t: .' l. tyi'; Tffiock theothers out of sigh tie." and the Milky noonday Way sun tier slumber-and passion I had been preaching to the prisoners before charges brought against him, charging attractive home of Judge Parker I Messrs. E. L. Lesley and W. C. Bass .

1;; K..Goody, nightie! having drawn into one form all the beauty his escape but will hereafter be him with the violation of the pure food I was the scene on Wdenesday night of have purchased J. F. O'Berry's entire -
>fcV>, .
I 1 : f", wit ff r tlanta preachers are violently- de- I' and romance-He created you, Governor -i denied that privilege.The law Remsen in the board employing, which of was experts.back of The the a delightful which was social tfTbring, the the special Presbyterians purposeof '' stock of cattle, estimated at 2,000

ling as to the ultimate abiding place and you live like a dime's worth poultry show at Jacksonville was charges, is strongly condemned in the together for a I head.

-+ .' c.titbe. soul of Rev C. V. T. Richeson. of ice in a lonely room in the Leon ho- very successful. One of the judges de- report. "gel.acquainteed"gathering. ,
So of this
t J ':we may be mistaken! but we rather I' tel.. No one has any dignity unless fie clared it was worth $100,000 to Florida, many people ANNOUNCEMENTSFor
); faith have arrived in the city of late
f ,;thlnk'that\ is a matter which rests in has lived with dignity, and dignity is in showing the state what could be donein House Democrats began! the consid-
l l that something of this kind seemed
'
eration of tariff reduction on iron and
i : (the bands of a higher authority than this-a wite. Why, you are a ship the raising of poultry. Clerk Circuit Court.
.' . most desirable. Judge Parker and his
teel. The proposed bill lowers the
L the Atlanta preacher. without a charter, wobbling around on tauon of frlasdslbrougb9nttbecoust'.I '
V 1 ven. A Pensacola car conductor says he rates materially.The charming family proved to be most my
the Indian ocean. You are a lamp un- h.r.b'nnoooc myself
f worked twenty years ago in the same efficient hosts, and the pleasant even- aomdldat.for CIII of lb.Circuit Ooarl
t: iTh. County Citizen of Tuesday lit; are a magnolia tree without first taken toward Intervention ( OMeola '
( Orange : you steps were or prl-
mend? ttwk ; fort
car barn with Senator, Lorimer. The ling sped all too rapidly. 'One of the to tbypeople L j jklndsupport I
N \ is the.tenth illustrated edition pub- blossom; a hawk without wings; a pain- queer part of it is that he's proud of by the world powers in the merriest features of the evening was tn the pact, and solicit their support *

lished In the past year, and is a notable ter without eyes; 'tongueless nightin- it. Chinese trouble, the purpose being to I the exchanging of small parcels brought faithful In too ervlre future.sod If personal elected attention, I pledge to the jot

ll l' f f,example of newspaper enterprise. It is gale heart-stifled in its dell'; Omar with- prevent abdication of the throne and; the The dutlvi of the office. KtipertfullT. i
by guests. content. -
were J. I 0 OVEK8TRKIT.:
i devoted to the Orange county fair. IniV out his jar of violet wine-Napolean Key West is so tickled ever getting a the surrender of Its sovereign power to ; ;
."; I wrapped so as to disguise their nature,
,: Y \\4w1> ,J* maybe remarked that the without battlefield; Edison born an railroad that it is paving all Its princi- the republic. and ten minutes were allowed for"swapping"

il C aelation of the business is idiot Caruso dumb Plato without pal streets.
\ men ; ; a I II For Tax Assessor.c .
Jame. T, Harahan, former presidentf I parcels. The rueful
-r,:" a ,,abownidthefactthatoutof90columns, brain; Romeo divorced from Juliet; a The towns along the line of the Ocala the Illinois Central railway, countenances of some of the guest hereby announce myeclf, candidate. for the
I,[c-'cf' m.tter In the some columns gold-barred bee hunting iron flowers wall I I office of Tax Ainvktorof Oaceola oouuly. aubject -
paper ; Northern railway are all planning celebrations killed in a wreck at Kinmundy., 111. when they unwrapped their "purchasell" to the will ol the Democratic voter at the
L Kar4 advertising.I a body without a head; an arm withouta when the first train over I coming primary and If elected I prom I.. to
runs furnished
frank O. Meleher and E. B. Price, 1 no ).little amuses -
I rive mj pvraoual attention to every detail connected
hand; a ship without a pilot; St. Paul the road on Jan. 25. high officials of the Rock Island, and { ment. During the evening the following with the office. C.: rtUCKELS.
U J: J j.Colonel"1 Bryan, too, ought to,put without a Savior; the .play of Hamlet
I* '11 } i his Ipse dixit upon that military title, without either Opheha or the moody Citizens of St.Yeteraburg who wantan Hdridge E. Wright, son of former Secretary < pleasing program was given: Piano Supenntendent

;. ': 'specially at the times when lectures ince Florida without an extension of the trolley lines are of War Luke E. Wright, were 'solo, Miss Carrie Miller; Reading, Miss For of Public
: p ; orange grove;
t "on,the "Prince of Peace," One cannot the earth without the sun; a universe going to help the hard-up company to also killed. Tie\ men were !in.a private Marietta Pfann;, Vocal solo, Mrs. F. S. Instruction. '

",. 't consistently hold to a military title and without even the of God! secure them by; raising a $10,000 fund. ar. Gilbert; Vocal solo, Miss Helen Jones; aonouncemvsetfaoandld.t.fortha
memory
.
I Vocal solo Miss Elizabeth I
Parker
march under the banner of the "Prince f:My God 1 Governor, what's the mat. Sanford has fixed the Ucesetor tent The Duke of Connaught, uncle of berebr. ., of Public Imtructlo

; . Is peace." War and peace are' the an.pQd ter with ?"* King George' of England, arrived in Woodley Parker played a horn accom of a county,euMect to the will of tb- ,,>"
you, anyway shows at $25 ,a day. Judging from animent to "Old Black Joe Democratic 'voten the coming primaryand t
\' !"bf each other, and one cannot New York to'visitWhitelaw Reid. This sung by If elected. I will devote my; enure lime to the .
It's our- private opinion he couldn't.help .. some which have been here' the chargeis the eutlre Fruit and dutle.oftheuIDees K. D. OUICE.
punch
company.
y:and etand for both at trie-name it, and for that reason any levity, too mild. i. the first visit of royalty to America 1 cakes were served to the
'' Ume.--Ocala Banner. Loots to since Prince Henry of Prussia guests. -
us as any sarcasm, any abuse, however poetically was
.
if the "colonel" ought to put the "ki t expressed, aroused by the fact that W. C. Robertson, of Fort' Meade was here. For Member of the Legislature.I .

i'f bosh'' that title instead of his : convicted of manslaughter, in Bartow, 1 ORGA'Nllf LODGE .
; '. on "ipse I our Governor Gilchrist is a bachelor, is \ TO hereby announce myself a candidate tor
I ", and given a ten-year sentence. He was Oh! Ye Kissimmeeans.Your the office of KeprevcntailYe I from this county In
I \ I, ,;"dlxit.: ; Incidentally Brother Harris not only unseemly, but cruel. No bach- i _ the Florida+ LevUlature/ aubjert to the will of
,1 well 'to his Latin lexl1 I implicated, with a Dr. Johnson, in the the Democratic "ol".t the coming primary.and
WOpM do Study '
1
[ elor STAR HEAD
of will ,
,
even courage con-
It your your
f > average The trial :' ask the tupporl of all the white voters 0''
death of a Lakeland girl Mr. Lester Here In Interest of the
a".i bit: > 'tinue a bachelor, if he can prevent it. HANDS tell the story of your lives. the count' H. CLAY STANFORD.
> ::; was held behind closed doors on accountof
": ''tj (It should be remarked by way of pa- the. revolting character of the testi what you were made for, who you I I. 0. 0. f. Order. --

d ,. I '. m'do poets get their just deserts renthis that it is! the associate editot should choose for business and who for For Tax Assessor.
t Dr. Johnson will be tried in Mr: L. J. Lester, past grand masterI.
I 1 / ",but'a Florida man who had a hog killed who is speaking.) We reiterate that mony. life partners, what' diseases and accidents -
.
April. > O. O. F., also a representative of I hereby announce myself a candidate for
't ' ,fb) "a train did when he wrote: "Dear'SirTMy every man, until he has been properly you are :liable to through/: life entertainedby the office of Tax Ameneor of O.o.olacounty' .
1 sovereign grand lodge, was .
.. aod,wilicit lb. support of lb.voter' in the approicblug
razorback strolled down
found in
your I An overturned them and also
\ tamed, by matrimony or some other sloop was how prevent remedythe Mr. J. Edmond Swabey on Saturdaylast Democratic primary.

L '-. track a week ago today, your 29 came equally subduing experience, 'is willingto Escambia bay, and it Is believed that mistakes already made. at the Graystone. Brother Lester E. A. NlKHlTlB.

'ti I down the line, and snuffed his life away. I' take any kind of a long chance. three men of the crew were drowned. See Culmen, Medical Astrologist and >came to our city on matters pertaining -

Tfoi\.can't blame me] the hog, you see, Scientific Dream Interpreter. Consultation For Marshal.
Bachelors are natural gamblers. They "
Key West used fifteen Pullman cars to "the good of the order, and) is en-
:: vllpped through a cattle-gate, so kindly I free. End of Emmett Street, I
will nearly always dare "rush in Where
to take care of its surplus crowd during deavonng, with the cooperation of Bro- 1 hereby announce myself a candidate
check for ten, the debt to {
liqul- Fla.
'peiT-a the1' I angels fear to tread, and we are firm- the Over-sea celebration.The tissimmee, 5-ltp i I ther Swabey, to institute an I. O. O. F. tor the office of marshal and' collectorfor.
lie received
dat4>V''- following reply ly convinced that our governor's lonely the of Kissimmee. I believe
Rev. Frank F. Fitch will fill the pulpit lodge in this city. Brother Lester con- city
,t' ::':**Q1!<129 came down the line and estate is due not to any fault of his supreme court has banded downa at the Presbyterian church next eiders there is 'abundance of good material that I can (fill the position to the satisfaction -

I H: fkIUsdt/ :'your hog we know; but razorbacks -I own, but because no angel; has yet been decision to the effect\ that a school of all, and would respectfullysolicit
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. His i -in this vicinity to constitute a the ,of the voters at the
t% | : on railroad tracks quite often be leased for moving i support
\ discovered who would dare to tread auditorium cannot
e 4 I Object will be, "The Call of tljeJIUteneth I abound working lodge, one which would approaching election.
r : f ;, m.et with woe. Therefore, my friend, with him the dark and devious and doubt picture show purposes. The case' came Century." be a benefit to the order and a material WARREN W. KINO.

'. .', ::,we cannot send the check for which ful Hymeneal path. from Leon county. a>
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': Wou )just plant the dead, place \.
J pine But even if he has chosen, deliber. commissioners of Pinellas
i <'V\,o'er"ibis' head 'Here !lies a foolish ately, to be a unlit," shouldhe The county
, r a ? "lamp why county are planning extensive road Im
; "
f .wlnJ. Fort Pierce, NeWB.
,( -
t .1 -, be branded as a "dime's worth of
:1 .1. provements.
,',' ice?" We protest that rather should he

t ,'0 to 1;: "l WHY? be commended for his discretion, for Visitors Located.

; 't' "1' .. i has not eminent declared
an authority Gem
VillaIN
.
. Lake
: .Vhlle| a .pl it of mercy and humani-
that
r '" "the female of the species is more '
,,I., 'tarianlsm naybrally leads to the aporo- deadly than the male," and cited specific Mr. J. M. Gardner has'' located the .
4 'I'i valof Preniflent Taft's action in pardon- following'visitors for the winter this
cases to hi theorem So
*
s',j; f, ,t '4 :' ntfTianker Morse, who I. not expected ful a man,prove unwilling u, rush thoughtlessly care-- week:. Mr. R. B. Dodge, of Webb City, THE HILL COUNTRY AND LAKE

1'1? , ,abye4inore: than six months, justice into an unknown realm, is safe Mo., with Mr. Roma Thomas; Mr. H.
REGION OF
FLORIDA
v, f ; and common sans suggest the query, and sane enough to be governor of any H. Snow, of Columbus, 0., with Mr.

rtf' 't ';'.'W.Jjy ls H more dreadful for this Mr. and Mrs.. S.
< any I state. It may be, that instead of beinga Thomas. Van Durer; .
;,' rl Icyman to die in prison than for thousands magnolia tree without a bloom, he is I H. Rhoden with Mrs. M. F..Sean; Mr. '"

?; I : of,' poorer men; on whose behalf. a rose without a thorn!; a Socrates with- and Mrs. T. A. Mann and daughter, of Lake Front Home Sites Overlooking a Beautiful Artesian Lake
if the machinery of government is not dl.- wi'tkjfrr, J. H. Harris
out his Xantippe; Omar without his jar Huron S. i)., ;
turbedfl'I) I __ Richards of Boston, \
r7Y of violet wine admittedly, but also Mr. Edith W ,

( WE Omar without his dark brown taste of Mass.} with Mr. Lane Paulk; Capt. N. Small Farms Adjoining and: Convenient #
PROTEi
Hi of Selby, S. D., with Mr. '
tha Kingman.
: ---- morning after, and without his Ru- O

:(I I '. I gyp. fn;:i following outburst' is from the baiyat without of pessimistic a battlefield fatalfsm( ; a- Napoleon I Will Mrs. Gilbert Emma;Maloney Mr. L. W.of Beach Richards, N. and D., The Groves. and Truck Farms here are the Proof of the Pudding,

perchance
l' ,!'j peot..O:: . Mr. and Mrs.
H. Lawson
but also a Napoleon without his Waterloo with Mr. F. ; O
r r "rio-"tlte: gentleman but we are of the Wood of Larkin 110., W. ,D.Hosgland. .
W. S.
t and his St. Helena, ;
4hat J>e:made it It is ad- BOOK .
1 i /opinion up. .'of Eminence, Ky7, with Mrs, ASK FOR THE .

; '., t .rf aMl' to1 GOY' 'Gilchrist; who is a Ataunt, sill who would jeer at our Summers' ;':'Mn. and'Mrs. A.W.. Kim; ; .... ..
j bachelor: governor. He Is either :
) )) tor Ibeauty unfortunate
)
1 ,
'" :with Mr.
Bopp
;
< met; of, Qnincy.IB. '
I "+'. made the of the paffballs or very wise and safe and sane.And .
and T B. .waoa.ot,;
: ._
H.'' H. Jeeter '
l 4, stars:: and the endless. oe.ansof anyhow, it is bitterly cruel to'eaO "

; r and the shining."rivers; and the- attention to his bachelor condition at FairAeld'N.b.Ywitb! Mrs Starling; Lake Gem Land : .

h i t 3 ,',treM 'that''do them homage on the beginning of leap year. It exposeshim Mr,. *ad:)G.(n.;''W.W1h A."lIra Jackson Sears of;CartenvUlq Mr.- 'CompamyJ.

;' ; r'' ; ?' : and the trembling. lily on' to dangers which be might'other:. of Point MarDon't -' : ;
,
y verbrim: and the: Ions delicious wise. have easily escaped. Wa',.., with and Mrs. Wm. Modlin.' I E. MATTOCKS r s.-Msl1aacr. :f

w ;,, yl lth Mn. RtI.a.11. a -. ..... ... ,..- . . .- , , ,,.; ,
; ,
the elardfioal; la ''tbe eottenwood; you; Governor Gilchrist. Don't litany. . . . " \.J .'eI,... .w .. '" '-t". ..
.;, 'c i+ ''oospe Jov.J.'Clf'tM: poetical effusion, possible written under * ; .;;;: >LI.-KlSSIMMEE ,... ....;., _..... ... ,. :.;. ,'\. i ..
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; Y : ,' the forget that tie pnce of s want .S. ,. i, t '" '.., ,.. 1
l A dawn; and J4dbukr .and the inspiration a UK rolling pin.drive .. . .' '" "-i : .
i'' .ai yof; marbli ciUes;'and.,the yon Into a,lost of.your.sanity .and' food ad,in the:,Valley Gasetta is the cheapest ...

2..c -wring us>of discretion. lD-WMtmeat.J'O'l' rer ..., ..... ,. q. ... ', '. j' i.

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January 26.1913' ? Aker;

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":y '1fie RisslSee VaiiiBU i Gazette Mr. and Mrs Charles Grin, W'Inrdinapolisr When;: to: :,Mr..,and' Mrs.. Ed Collins, a 'C. '
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4 ',. ;>will' start,..for,,\KI .lmm.. daogbt1 K. k / <,. .' '. '
: Tal-li-MO'N. .
"i l DiO.il.PUBLISHED i. : 'T' '
T'1, ..
Friday of this week and will b* guestsof .. .
ai 'Katt '
i \ Spring, Goodajnow.arriving_ ,'' -," ,
.
EVERY' FRIDAY Dr. and, Mr. Derbyshire?: ; if- .ice
: 'It I. ,M 1
-BT- If you have-- property yon desire to Sermon subjects for next Sunday tthe ., ". ,
. q
W. B. .....,....&. ..u. sea C. Buckets, over Kate's store. A !'II..1> \,' ..
; He has had fifty-one years experienceIn ;Christian churoI are, "The Impertiva -. :

Ar a.nsr ar..raw.a.i.; Florida,,and knows what the people Call" and, "Th Way." ;

..Qt.. : . !60-tf Fine 6eld= Roses.' Miss Jean

Weather Report t i4!.' W. P.,Tuttle has Arrived, in the .Caldwell., Greenhouse grown . Phone" 83. -6-1t, Js .thl .Title 6oqd21s : \ 111

city from Monte Vista; Col.?; and will Mr.: and'.'Mrs. F,,, S. ,Gilbert, accom- .
.
, :
Following'' the daily' Uroi.peMturn make his home here.. His. household pealed by Miss Main Huddlstoo;' were
>
"'1 Roods have been .
and 'precipitation as' \\1 1Mnari. ? .;
"
the :;
' on way\;, v rjl
.rettrted .by Government' Flftylfeata a yard for.tub silks; just "
.on at Kissimmee for the .. <:. W. Griffln and C.;'D. Carroll ' the thing for the mannish. J shirtwaists ,themwi question: and shouldw be. answered ,
in so much in now, at Ksu'. 6-lt :
, have been Key West this week vogue
: ek Jan. 26 1912.
ending/ f
I attending the,celebration of the .entrance Mrs. Co' A. Carson and her :friend. by. a disinterested. authority., ,The '

ruay III"' ....C of the Florida 'East Coast ,railway Mr.Jerome Massey, of Georgia, visited t': R' .

d.y. ... .. .. 78 W .. Into that city. Bartow the first of the", week.A t y ,d r'w

Saturday: .. ... 79 69. :. C. Buckets, over Kate's store hu few of those -matchless' Prlntcess Title 'Go.will > :

Sunday,. ;..W. 75 MMonday. . had >fifty-one years experience in Florida Suits left. The discount of 25 per cent! Guaranty ,
'. .. .... 73 63 .. and knows' what kind of property on those goods still holds KOooTat Katt',. .

;Tuesday...<.. 71' 69 .60 people want. If you have any to KOtf sell, 6-lt \' ,..
seebim Jtwill
; pay you.
"
,
!/Wednesday 70 69 .10 .Mr. H. W. Thurman returned Friday .
,Thursday... . 72 65. 'i. j Mrr. and Mrs, Roy. Williams, of Con-' from a business trip to. :Philadelphia. search'and examine! the title to the land which .;: I

;j no'rsville Derbyshire; 'Ind.and, who family are are guests spending of Dr.a Ie'found the weather exceedingly cold. : you are about to purchase, in Otceola County, or else* ::4r

Ft week'at_ Daytona Beach 'accompaniedby Bargains in. Cyclamen and. Pearce's Primula 'where. in Florida, and if'found to be good',will, Guarantee '
Mr. ;
plants, IB and 26 cents. r a
Una
) Katherine Derby a"ln. tor- Greenhouse Florist.Phone 83.,, 6-lt MissSean you against lot. by reason of mortgages, liens* '- 'ra;,
Fishing has Tome to be a popular Caldwell >
very "II'
r THE : LOCAL nELD. sport the past few days. The finny .Mr. John M. Lee was in Lakeland unpaid taxes, and adverse claims. ..*." '" ,f' :;,'j.' earl

.< tribe ]tae! been biting most energetically l- this week in attendance upon the meet- It is our business to protect out' clients,and patrons ,' .'
even the most inexperienced beak dl.trict.lteWarcSa..
of the Methodist .
!ng '
.,.. wwww1! Walton getting good strings.Hav'infr .. M. J. S. Floyd of the local branchof '\? against investments in imperfect titles. 'We'Dc'colli.-. ,. 0

l started shoe repairing shop Title Co., returned this 7
the Guaranty jplish, by a;thorough search of the 'records arid "
Pennell, agent for Darling Oil. 3-St in the Harness Shop, rear of the to Arcadia. "
from business trip

I Mr. Hiram Moody, of Riverview, Fla., your Citizens patronage.Bank. ,f I or ff solicit:*rlv_ with a share L. M.of Thursday.. a _ _. the .issue of our TITLE ,POLICY Guaranteed, Certil!. -- ., -.. -

!I. in the city; this week.: WHdden & Co. Frank T. Smith bit Mr. G. W. Best the genial general! cate of Title.TITLE. , ; ,

A social dance will be given at the Mr. and Mrs. James Little and their delivery clerk at the post office....was +
..
Gray atone hotel tonight. I two children have come from Junction missed a few days this week because ofIllne. i r' ,' l1 ; +

Dolly Madison High Shoes for Ladies, I City, Kan., to spend the winter with ... h e is nowjack? at work. : 'E I;.H }
:
only $3.60 at Cash Store. 4-2t I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Blenis. Mrs. Lit The work'of filling in and leveling on F /
tle is a daughter'of 'Mr. and Mrs. i iJ
Stewart
the west side of Broadway from
Mr. J. H. Bryan returned from a t 'f
Blenis.
business trip to Jacksonville Wednes avenue, preparatory, to rolling the
Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. Ross and sand and laying bricks is now under (iUARANTYCO
day. ?
.
Mrs. H. C. Stanford left Sunday for ;:

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Thornton,wilt of Key West to attend the celebration being way.The Nelson Realtv Co. this week located _
Neb. arrived Sunday and ,
,
,
Carney held that city this week on account "
in .
.
in Kissimmee. Mr. W. S. Wood, of McRae, Ga. I ..
the
spend winter ot the of'the Oversea
completion on a farm, in Park Garden and a home. Stock
During the absence of Mr. C. W. railway. fMessrs. South Kissimmee. Mr. Wood and his Capital $1OOOOO.OQ ;) -
Griffin this week, Mr. Earl Hill, of : residentsof .Lt
H. S. Coykendalt. J. E. Hick- family will become permanent '
Kansas, is assisting in his store. man, D. H. Williams and H. R. Go- '. this city. ST,CARROLL D.MUDSONp'reside: EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary /I'i' '

Miss Elizabeth B. Carson left Mon- forth of Tennessee!) went down tne Mr. J. W. Pitman is now city marahal : .....= HBL V. R. JUDSON Treasurer TOOMER &: REYNOLDS. Gta..Craucl'Home : '

day morning.: for a trip of some three lake Tuesday evening with Capt. Johnson i he having been temporarily ap -- -, 1 iJ.v.

months to various points' in Georgia and in the Lithe for a two weeks' bunting ; pointed to fill the place made vacant '-'.,:..' "I' .

Florida. expedition. by the resignation of Mr. R. Snyder. ..' Office Bisbee Building. Jacksonville,. F o.", '5 : ; ,
Dr. Wm. G. Krape, the popular host The ladies of the! Presbyterian church who has accepted a position with ,",ud. ;

of .Hotel Runnymede, spent Monday at will Miss bold Mattie their Bandy's semi-monthly store on food"Satur-sale lam &: MacDonough.Mr. Branch Office: Kissimmee, Fla. i 'to _.,' .:, \,, I1

looking after business matters in Kis- day, Jan. 27, from 3 to 6 p. m. Those and Mrs. Thurman of Germantown -

Bimmee. who are doing light housekeeping are Pa., parenti of Mr. H. W. Tbur- r I

Mr. M. Davis returned from a trip to especially something nice invited for to Sunday's come dinner.and get 6-1 man, proprietor of the Hotel Kissimmee LEWI O'BRYAN '- - Manage. Kissimmee '.BraDCh'I'

I' Georgia on Monday. He brought his are the guests of their son at that :. ;

wife with him and they will reside in Mrs. J. A. Lancaster wen't up to popular hostelry for the remainder. of ' "
Jacksonville to meet her ;'--' --
tbll'clty. Wednesday the winter. :; ,
aged father Mr. Caldwell, who cornea
Rev. A. J. Holt and Mr. A. C. Car- from Virginia to spend the winter with Rev. W. J. B. Sumner, of McRae,

son were in attendance at the State her and her sister Mrs. W. C. Bass. Ga.. brought his family to this city on -". '
Association meeting at Ocala Wednesday. They will make their .
Baptist- Mr. Caldwell Is over 90 years old.
this permanent home here. This is a most
weeks Mr. George M. Bressler, of Tavares, charming family, a valuable additionto .
Any work done at the Cash Store a prominent land owner of Lake county our citizenship and they will be cordially
Jewelry Shop, next door toupoatofficetif in. the business Satur- r
was city on r
White. 2-tf welcomed. .
fully ,lfUarante.d. P. G. :
: fs
day. He is negotiating with the Title ?
'
.
A window'In front of Griffin'.garage Guarantee Co. for a certificate of title Mr. .Joseph Can, of Wichita, Kan.:. ,. \ '.

was changed into a door this week giving to some 30,000 acres of land in Lake Ie in this city for a few days' investigating ': '

entrance directly from the street to county. the country -Mr. Can has one ..,. ,,. .. ._ 1. __ ..:._.
,
1 the office. or the finest improved stock farms in
: H '" here-the man who makes 24 Kansas. He is delighted with this sea;
Catholic services will not be'f held in small photos, with 3 positions; for 26c; lion and ''S very seriously thinking of: sir
Kissimmee on Sunday Jan. 28, as ex also postcard photos at 90c a dozen. KIBSEM.
his base of here. ..
moving operations
for l&c ; '
pected. The services are postponed until Films developed ,amateurs at I.
roll. Studio over Makipson Hardware -
Sunday, Feb. 4. per store, Broadway, side entranceon. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hankey and their: '

Get our rubber stamps, make us shipment uakin avenue ememberbe'shere daughter, Mrs. Connable, arnved las '
of fruits or vegetables. Our only for a few days.**""- |5-lt week from Petosky, Mich., and are

sales will please you. Peninsular Produce domiciled at the Grayetone for the win- PA\.K
Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. 60-tf ?' Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Halsey, of the
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Hankey spent
BridgehamDton, Long Island, {N. Y.. ,
The brickwork on Mr. J. M. Willson, winter here two years ago, and made a
are in Kissimmee for the remainder of .
Jr.'. building on Darlington avenue was large number of friends who will be It.i
the winter, and ari stopping with Mrs.
and is being glad to welcome them to our city again.
commenced on Tuesday
Williams Main \
F. E on street. They ,

rapidly pushed.Rev. . were induced to come to Kissimmee .. The family of Rev. H. T. Gaines ar-

David D. Kidd will hold servicesin through reading the Gazette.Mr. rived in this city early Sunday morning k s'w+

the Episcopal church on Sunday having.: been delayed on their journey;
next. Morning Prayer, the Litany and Chas. W. Dann has commissioned from Mississippi by a series of mishaps, . .
Ludlam & MacDonough, the local .
sermon at'16:30: o'clock. including two wrecks of trains aheadof .
architects, to furnish plans and specifications !. ; %
that on which they were traveling
fruits and vegetables to for an additional story to be ; ::1L.
Peninsular Produce O., Jacksonville, They are now settled in' the parsonage : ,,5,
added to his store on Broadway. The ;:', '
and -
sales }
Fla. Satisfactory prompt returns and are Retting; acquainted with the --
50.Mt. >-* plans are now being prepared and the 'I;
members of the Methodist -
contract will be let in a few days.L. congregation. 'Of .t- ;
F. B. Cramer, who has been in ::1.t

this city on 'business, left for his home J. Lester, of Tampa for years Reports from all part. of the state The Land that has '; :

in Cincinnati on'Thursday. He expects connected with the sheriff's office of regarding the cold spell of the l last two j'

to return to Kisslmmee next week. Hillsborough County, as Sheriff and weeks Indicate that while in some'few fulfilled all b ,
Deputy, Is again a candidate for promises
of Florida
If choice, and you are particular portions some damage was
phone 186 for accuracy apd dispatch.Will Sheriff of his county. Mr. Lester, whois done to truck, the citrus fruits were 9
call and make estimates from your well known in this city, is a capable actually helped. Florida appears to k 1
own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer dean a gentleman of even temper'' and .l. '
and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 6tfMr. have been the only part of the-Uqion .
sound intergrity.Mrs. which escaped entirely free. In this .

J. D. Griffith and daughter, Miss C. H. Essex, of Waterbury, section practically no damage was don. %i
Mae; of Wichita Kan., arrived last to of the crops.The a .
Conn., arrived in this city Friday nigh any t'\ kf
week to spend the winter in Kissimmeeand
for a two or three weeks' visit at the
are stopping at the Park House. crowd. in town the past few days ,.
home of her father Mr. John Saun-
have been the largest of the present ..
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We have pleased others; we will ders. Mrs. Essex was accompanied by season. On Friday night the capacityof "
please you. Ship us oranges and grape- her friend'Miss Lucy Scott of Providence !r.
' the Graystone was more than reached "
Jack- ,
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ronville Fla. 60-tf R. I., who will also .spend some and every room' in every hotel in . "I :,
,. week enjoying the delights of life In
the cjty was taken as well as a large
Mr. Lewis O'Bryan went to Jackson- sunny $issimmee. number of in h I
rooms private me.
villa Wednesday on an important business -
'matter connected with the Title' A distinguished party consisting of Two excursions arrived, one bringing :
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Guaranty; Company of which he 'Is Senator Lynn of New York, Mr. S. N. bomeseekers to Fowler Park the otherto '
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Hunter Land lands
local manager.' Porter of New York. Mr. E. L: ., Riceof the Company; F r '
Carl These' parties have spent the past few
Washington, and.Congreasman '
Wanted-An agent In town in the \ J
every Anderson, of the Thirteenth Ohio district days looking over advantages and
Osceola county.to canvass for a neces.aarrfaotiMhoM 4
article. Mrs. A. M.PecVbamv. pissed through this city/pre Monday attractions of this section. -1' ;,
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:. lilt ell route to St. Cloud, when, Congressman The American ''Woman's League on : '
. Items Anderson addressed the people Kissimmee ; Valley, land Compaiy'() 'f
Pawl K.'Weaver, assistant cashier .- next Tuesday evening will have a soda :

;,*>|t the ;'Citterns State Bank has of the Wonder City. evening,"and 'will serve light refreshments ') ,- : : ,,' ", , .'- : ,: ..,, 4
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tiom .e'hkb h.'wureoentlyappoiutpd musical program. 'the ttotUasea of the ,7 '.. . :o- ( "
*.: *: jlgi>*w and Crawford for a' copy of thCeiMvaljirdfaiaaesalof \ B. u. BOUCK, Rtsldent MauctrKissuMifeE : :, .
dfndoia.' ,:,: . 'I. ,' evening will b Mrs John Lee and Mrs. ; ... ',..
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;al.\ Ddi...ri.,.,- 1*.;:at Oswefo.. 8. C., ...../:... re>is d to January 1,1912. by Wilder ( r ; \ : { ' ," l' ''';
P rrork'ssi.ittivleion'waa Vy aod:Via! Moon..This will be a splendid : oi ' 'i- I.. ,,:
Cin iiaroVRicaardson the 1-year-old tatJ.of Tbtf* I ,.don
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a1cbeaa'l'tM funeral Th boohffootaiiM: ;'pages"l and it't.hat.. "' 1. jf r 'l re-,., t o' '. 1"L', 1 + t I.., } v,
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yJ : likeJ'1jiherty .;. find DeSoto. Tiger's:Slaver. .. _'' I' v i\!\,I' I ,

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treats Ironically/ 'of the,'dilatory way in present. ..., { ;

which.the. authorities seeking the ,

layer of ;.DeSoto'-Tiger,, the,Seminole ' x
Park Indian[ who'was killed nearly 'a month > '
lasts
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4j t : / ago stole In a large the Everglades number of, pelts by a from man him.who: , we are selling 'r

The.authorities. It U claimed did 'practically "
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:Where/ Life is Worth Living nothing heart, a nothing Siou to find* .Indian and,the!are murderer., came doing from Strong Oklahoma 'PAINT\I \ !

t ; k' and interested a friend of the Indians \

r, ; to such an extent.that a small PARIAN :

, .1 -'- reward was offered by him for the 'conviction ,

y 1 tA \ of the slayer, but those on whom I !

i ', : .!. Away from crowded apartments witnout room enough for lies the duty of seeking out the white n, ,

y 4' '. : ':comfort; not air enough for breathing: not sun enough to give man who killed, DeSotO Tiger are appa-

}' 31 r good daylight, and absolutely' no play room for the children. rently of the notion that the only good ( gallon guaranteed)

'i) Come to Florida where you will have sunshine and pure Indian is-a dead Indian, and that, therefore every i

n-' ,oj 1, :aJr amid the singing birds, flowers and cultivated gardens, I the man who killed the Seminoleis

1 of the city and a benefactor, and should go undt.I .- ,
t I 4)f ;'i/, ,,:where your children will lose the pallor rompIng "
in the green grass will grow up in health and strength and turded. The editorial of the Tines- ,
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t .,.J happiness. i I' I Union THE follows LAW:AND'THE' SEMINOLE. 'at the low price of i M Ii

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: IN LIBERTY PARKyou An esteemed correspondent who may '

in a very real sen'ie be accepted by the :\\ 11
may realize all you have longed for -a home with all thejjcharms :
public at large as the voice of the Sem $1.50 gallon ,
../ of the country, yet near enough. that in a short time inole in Florida begs us to "rememberthe per ,
VOU' will enjoy all the comforts and conveniences of the city. Seminole"
1; by insisting that the
:Only one-quarter mile from the city limits of Kissimmee on '
rr murderer of an Indian be brought to
''an Improved hard road, along the survey of the new electric justice under dur law. We do so insist the Window 'Green :

i' J-railroad... The'beat of citrus fruit and truck land, In (ive- and with all our power but what good will (Excepting .
ten-acre tracts at jl O.OQ per acre that will be worth double ,
that do? Of course if a mob had caught "
fitE this value within a few months. The country around Kissim- .
ra murderer
a it would be the duty of the
: t r ,' ''mee' is fast improving and those who get bn on the ground governor protect him with the.full I
:floor will splendid rewards. There- no uncertainty
reap military power of the state, but whatcan .
:about the increase if invest in LIBERTY PARK: I
y fi : you the goverpor do when it Is only

h f fu known that a killing has been done? To

t I catch and convict the murderer. is the W. B. MAKINSONt
: Some other bargain which w* are offering:
.. , duty of certain officials.
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,;'Nu.; '601-An attractive home in 1'ine- Florida write or call on ua quick, as this For generations the Seminole has only t
i TJHrflJfert property Is just outside of property will not be on the market longat asked that we forget him but we think
city,llmita; on hlirh ground House the price named This property we of him occasionally when we want his COMPANY
f', ft* two-story and contains eliihlioorus, are offering for a short time for $12,600.
G t Jail plastered and hard oil finish, two Will sell as a whole or divided into two land. his goods or anything that is his.

'I'{' : 'POJ'Obear fide well and large barn. parts if desired. A number of very foolish people. in_this_

l I i > *.ui* house is located on a Ii,'e-acre , state and some others very foolishly .
n beautiful view of the city No 221--This I is one of the handsoiu-
,f tract'wlt.h lake. Land is adapted 'to citrus est homes close to the lake, house i I. hold that the Indian has rights as a human -
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new containing/ looms, plastered being which should be respectedbut
I.td'* and trucking This property can .
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) throughout, hard oil linish, electric .
C ft3i00 favorable these be
for on very are supposed to cranks,
1': terms i;Will introduce justomer to lights and bath, nice shrubbery in harmless when Doors r
set themselves
Sowner\ and lei'them deal direct. yard. Just tho place for anyone de.' except they Special price on ,
siring a quiet, cosy ,home where they to making a noise in the world. "
t < ,.-, No.'304": Improved farm, located ont can get the bent-lit of the breeze from That noise is .the monopoly of ,demagogues I
t best road In Osceola county, 11 miles the lake almost every day in the year except when that nondescript Sash and Screen DoorsT ,
from depot. 10 acres fenced and In line view of lake from front veranda
l . '. high state Of cultivation; best trucking This property i jll! offered by the owner known as the professional politician, as ,
; land lo this section. Has good well for a short time: we will Introduce\ customers an apprentice demagogue makes a stir ,

I J\\t. 3-l'Oom c1t..Jr, stable wagon shed andr .. to owner and let them deal I preparatory to admission Into the higher I'I.I.

'cpoultry houae. AU ready for"purchae direct. class of his school-for a citizen with a .
' !! to begIn ..'VIH' any dtlal' or
......p w.CTVSOOf' vrfbuwuv land and waiting No. 436-Seven-room house, 3 rooms'' grievance to ask a hearing is a reproachto

w : ; ; to Improve before! being able to pro- plastered, 4 ceiled, 2 porches, poultry him-it is treason to the state and a'
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._ ._:'i.Jluoe tat crops. This Jand Is adapted house, wood shee, fine well 171 feet;1 vile insult to those who have undertaken .
deep, two lots 691 feet front each,. 135 _
: Pi all kinds of citrus fruits; i the noble task of governing Indians and t ---- - :
.t "' 'Itrore can be started to good advn-- toot deep, fine garden plot, ,east front. ,
) "tarn while land fs being farmed. Price This is a splendid bargain at $1250. I other peoples.Our \
Terms nn half if desired. !See': ". early Kissimmee !
', desired. correspondent fondly
Terms if
:$185O on: part.
Ii 1 ,, .,:. ..." if you desire property of this descrip hopes it is possible to discover the name I LUMBER LATHS MOULplNQSDyatUpchurch 8H'N8L'S
"No." 435-Houae of six rooms, with !
it and capture the body of a white man I
)' ,tJ !crater and sewer connections,)located tion.No. r
it :,in two blocks,'of'postofflce. House is 437-We are offering some very who is suspected of killing DeSoto Tiger
istered, wood Work hard oil finish; desirable resident Iota, located three to rob him of a few pelts. Not
I r 19 full bearing blocks from Court House, on nice high
with
t 64x147 orange
; long ago a white man dug the bodyof
up .
in, .the :yard.< You can stand on elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all
i porches and pluck the fruit. Callus these lots. Cash, or short time Let an Indian and used; it for purposes of 'I
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.and allow us the privilege of ,u.show you these lots. exhibition: The name of this robber of .

iv'y'iG'' ; Ag you this desirable home., the grave was known and ,he was fount}
; ':t' No. 303-Sntall farm inside of city in of the "The state of Building Florida J.
possession body. Jacksonville,
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; .,No.-809.' Splendid new 6-room house, limits. Tnis property consists of a five-
4.w . well acre t.ract./within< a quarter of a mile of Florida allowed him to return it or something
J Jut inside city limits, fine deep good Osceola High School. Small house fine in box Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida is well manufactured
( flot contains two acres of ground, equivalent a and that was ;
,f'! Anew barn,'wagon and bugjry sheds, all four-inch flowing well, land all in culti- all. Now there may be some excuse and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally good.There's .
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_' ,under good new fence. Fine location vation. City is building very fast in
> J for the
\this shooting a man- law itself supposes -
t' ri'" ; for small truck garden or poultry ranch. \ direction; lots will soon command a
',,: this la a fine proposition where you will good price if owner should desire at any there can be such a thing as justifiable
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q k ",'Will have, the freedom of the country time to sub-divide and sell it for reSI- homicide and there are also extenuating : '.
\\k. dence Price
$1.300.
:yet ad-\ purposes. circumstances that may accompany -

"- No. 291-Three choice resident lots the killing of any man. But ...
\ school, beat markets, churches,
1 ; high .
'" : fronting: on marled street in southern there is no justification to be pleadedfor
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', ek;. :Price $1600.t
I. portion of City, elegant view of lake
Ii 1\\.' robbing a grave'either in law or -
j i "l T YNo..,,,434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just where you can net the benefit of'' the morals. Nor yet can the parade of a '
r ; limits cool breezes that blow almost continually '
'. 1# ,,''ihort distance beyond city on
{ ., ... < Ihingle Creek road.. Close to splendid Good health locality', ferlle human body be excused in any code a Charm
,f. .. )_j'4}.,4y ;h school: churches and market. Price soil and food street-all tbat makes known to us. When the state of Florida ;

r i a ,( .00 per acre. Terms on part if de- life worth living is found in this section fails to prosecute tor grave robbery ., ,
I.* Iml.It ., -- of the city Will %ell these lots .
how can we expect her to take much
singly or if -01,1 desire will sell the .
tj. COLONIZATION? LAND three which will make one large!{ lot trouble to protect the life of an Indian I

.' N i 400-Thla I is a tract of 8-iOO 147JxUO feet. Price *V>0.ISo. If this accused man could be arraignedit { abqut our jewelry that is indescribable. You feel it when you

,. ;*.*ere* tlmber''and., Well located for ; 4.52-New; bungalow consisting might be found that the Indian had look at the necklaces, rings: pins, bracelets, lavalieres, etc.

,. : t!Y tatab-dlvisloa." It '. borders and colonization on three lakes.purposes of fOil large and two shed rooms, on threatened his life oc; carried a gun or r There is a grace of design, a sense of !good taste, that appeal
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1 him "holo-
lot.147147 feet well 197 feet deep. 20 squinted at him; or thought
., .J :Railroad within three miles of tract. young fruit trees and young shade wagus" and so deserved death: what ''' to your eye and judgment. If your jewel case lacks some I

\' I .r .J j,toile will acre.our 2500' This to will 3000 bring feet of splendid lumber return to- trees set in front of* lot This property the use of getting excited? When the /'t. wanted adornment, if you have a. gift in mind, our jewelry ,
is near to the lake and Is a dellghlpul I .
f t.J I lo Owner if sold In small tracts. / place to live ; land is high!: county commissioners have passed a cases will fill the need exactly t I

:;\ h, X.'.... ,:::4.'Our "price, >$6.6Q.p4'r< acre. and just the place. for a nice quiet resolution what more could the Indian e
".'It '" "K" home where you secure the breeze from ask? If the governor offered a reward
i, .i>f'."rolil'N 381-A 20-acre tract located ont the .
almost Price +1300
continuously. ,
feel
f 'marl road, two miles from depot on would not the wife and children
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\ terms on part if desired.
1 .y.' :yj8t. Cloud road, Property has good honored? !
A.PCOLEJEWELER
house, and three-acre orange grove in Tr C.
No. 415-Very desirable vacant lot
i ) } 'f arIaII'f.This grove will] yield from containing three acres, just outside ,

"4 &4w., 000 ear.v to:;,' 1200!buffiotent boxes land of cleared oranges and each.in city limits inVest Klsiimme, !good MEN AND RELIGION v
plaoo to start poultry farm or truck
1 lUltlvation to Increase grove to twelve AND OPTOMETRIST l rC
1 r r iruiden. Close to churches and school ,
''' ?. fifteen and at same time can
: :\ r acres
t -',: II'. yielding any garden truck desired.' A thl bargain, lot;;. at $175 Let us show you Campaign Will Begin .in This .City on
that will\ hrinu'results .
If ID search of property t
c : this fan and at all times while No.402-Fine 2O-acre orange grove located Next Sunday. 1
f *$ .tending new drove, Investigate this. inside city limits, close to school . -
4i ' &% jis property Is convenient to town, and churches This property consists Plans have been made for a special
hat marled road on one side one end. of If t
forty acres of land, of
twenty acres
s l campaign of the Men and Religion Will Not be Candidate. Prospect Park Lots.
i 4,000. which is in bearing orange and PASSENGER I a i,
". T'ORANGE fruit trees, ten acres additional cared movement in this city to begin next "KISSIMMCE"LAUNCH t,
fit, t .' :. f GROVE and in cultivation; good five-room cottage Sunday January 28. Mr. Frank F To the Voters of Osceola County : We have two of the moat desirable 1

z j ": 1' .. .,flX'883--Twanty,five-acre orange ; tnodeep wells. This ,1s an excellent Fitch will be here for the opening meet LEAVES PeaKissirninee I desire In thli manner to express to and best located lots in Prospect Park, 1
i . >. drove, all under good fence Railroad location, where you will have size 50x188 feet each which ?,
ings on Sunday and the details for the thanks for the honors+ you have 'We are offering i
\ you my
? '7J.! .uhf through grove; station adjoining the freedom of country life with city
r week will be announced that day. Mr. in twice for a short. time for $110( j
I.'t!Ipswperty; good school and church within advantages. Possession can be secured ParkDaily heretofore bestowed upon me each
a ) 'quarter' mil* Of property. All crops on short notice. See this proposition Fitch' one of the strong and aggressive electing, me ypur, representative in the Call on us if you want a great bargain.I t

t ?t f \v>that can be grown in Florida do well on before purchasing. Price. $9,500.tetml; leaden 'of ,this newest religion stale: egislature, and als* to state that 47-tf H. M. BREAKER &:.Co. 1'1'

j" r r.; .fcfaia plac I -;,11 you desire a home in on part. movement, ,He U an effective speaker, 'at 8:00 A., M.:and 2:00: P. M., I!I Iwill: not be .. candidate,for re-sleetion ).

_ '.f..t: .,' ,.if- ,) and a skillful organizer.. He will bs Returning leave: for 'before the approaching. primary. -::-:- (
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: the/dir ctot of the work here which U KISSIMMEE:,, 9:30 A. M. and 8:00: Po,
i *iIi h -. beg, ondertikem: ,!by.? :: the' Laymen's J ,- L.'I I MXON' :\.i ,, :

Church Union of this city of which Mr .FARE.25c. .. ,.. ; -
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ILM.: BREAK R.& CO. A..The'3.-Nelson plants: U for the a service president-: 'In the moral*,': ': f .JOHK J> 'DAVIS_,."C.uTAIK'1 .+fu .!H... .>+.* '.11;tI, i t 4t.tti'c. :'fealthfeEpiacefirjiorida p C"; 'I >, 1
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i t ing; with" tat address'. by Mr.. Fitch on .. . "'v. it '., \' '*,r ,,: ';' . .

1. ".'....,'y 't\Ii'" ., .. the'subject;;;:"'Tb..Ca of Twentieth ,,', "'j-) ,'(4.ow.{ '>- '.'. , -... : ;J RAVSTONE: ; JUSTTEM MILES I OUT OFTAUA'! 1

\ .Century;" a meeting i at the usual ,hour UDCl/C.; .r '>, 4
4 4I. ; l ) o. 0. Ssaboari
' 'fIi V./1 ; Dyer; Osceola: Pharmacy oj|,the men's'meeting, 'lathe,! afternoon; Un on VG SURGEON I, ; , ,
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'. ",. '. and a J;big rally at night, at,"bleb'time < front iciar' .;'8: >ak.,1: > Tlocated J.' ,,1. tra m. JBI': I, NQRTHiRN, :/

.i 14 ,..... -1"- :..s', . '.t:4: 't ., Mr-j:;Fitch will apeak more"particularly .: here'for. . practice.. "V". < 'w 2.60 to-8.60 pet day; . ""Farm! Grove. ud.Wmter HouM;i
' on the subject ot the Men and Religionmovement.If <,?" '.- : I' ,i week,' : ,. r
1u. ee s oFlorida ft Specil by,. ;orjtnontb.: 'ASdrew .
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January. 26.1912. THE KISSIMMEE: VALLEY 'OAZETTL
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THE WHOLE SHOW '9

I. In the Circuit Court of th.B.v.nth3ddimal A.; CARSON.Fnahtont.) I. A. CTtANTOJlO.KISSIMMEE I. ... LUrna

Circuit In and for Oaoaola. (County state of "' .........
: Florida, In Chancery. .......,
Lumber Mrs. W. C. thilton Gives, "Polly of H. C. Stanford, oomplalutnt vm. J. J. Merrill,
and agalnat all persons claiming an Inwreal.
.. the Grcus" at Auditorium.A under the laid t. J. Merrill or o laerwl... ant
agalnat all other |eraon*.'other than the
heard to above known and named prtd..eclaimine; an ,
confirmed bachelor
wa
= Interval In the properly In this bill decribed LUMBER CO.
(-CompanyDBALaItS say Saturday evening with 'reference delendanu.T .
*all whom It may coooerDi .:
to Mn. William Calvin Chilton,. who It appearing from the sworn bill of complain
appeared at the:'High School'Auditorium filed In this oanae that there are peitous inter
Cited In the property Involved In this snit, other
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Saturday night, "She'i just like thKn foe known defendnnta. and that tbe RC'uh'and Dressed
namea of luch persons ao interested lire unknown
II/ all the rest of the women-wanta to be to the complainant that relief it

Rough and Dressed 'Lumber the whole ihow." We may add that prayed unknown In Mid defendant bill of) complaint agalnit .ucb

she not only wanted to be the "whole It la therefore ordered that all perenniclaiming PINE LUMBER
an Interval In and to the following dmcrlb.
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.show" but she-was the "whole show, ed protArty. situate In the county of Oiceola.

WINDOWS, DOORS and the "whole ihow" was pronounced Stt't: Florida. 87 feel, to-wlt South: and 47 degreei Eaatof '

good by the large audience which was the weet corner of Lot 4 In Block IB of the "
SHINGLES LATH BkICK LIME South Florida Railroad company'! survey of
I in attendance. the town of KUnlmmeeCltr.: and de green'South HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYNNNNNNNNNNNN.
47 dcrraea e 43 Eaat M
Chilton what he call a
.. Mr*. give ( feet North 47 d.\.i..t. M feet. /South 48 degreea
'monodrama. On Saturday night she Weet M feet being part of tot 4,of Sec.
NOVELTVN.ORKS Don twenty-two i2)). In Township twetity-flv
read the beautiful little story "Pollyof ((25) -Bouth of Rant twenty-nine ((211) East doappear I
to the ""'. bill of complaint
the Circa \ without change
giving I
herein filed on or before the Rule day: of February
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL of costume or makeup a clear distinction : 11.1, to-wlL the Mo day: of February, alia ; ----- ---- ------ -----
the said I bill ken aa confeMed.It .
between the different bnaracten. la further ordered that this order bs pub-

l;It j* Free Delivery to AH Parts of City j* She held the closest attention of her .llihed. once In the a week Kualmme for tw.ly.112)Valley) conseCutiveweek. Oaaette, anewspaper .. Z

hoar and half. published in said OaceoU of EMIL
pleased audience for an a i general circulation In mid county.Wita.ss county MAOH, ERNEST .MAOHJ
Vtlll H. Price, Judge of said Circuit Act f'ta. ar OIt1C..w: 1.r .
MADE ENEMY Court and my name aa Clerk. thereof, and the '
FOR
TARGETS official of the court, tbti 2Mb day of October A.

D[1911. Clerk AnlHvaE of DORKOAN.BeaJJ "urt.a : -T MACK: EaOS.:: i

Chinese Soldlere In Battle of Ping -.T"BT| ELIZABETH Joss.voatV.. C.
Yang All Opened Parasols WhenIt F. Kribba.. solicitor for complainant; : 45-lit '
r Livery Feed and Sale Stable
Rained. '
TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4
Order of Publication.In .
No one who baa'itudled the military the Circuit Court of the Seventh JudicialCircuit Z Agfa International Harvesting Co.:; +

methods of China will be surprised In and for Onceola County, State! of

" -viA- to learn that "shells" of painted wood B.:Florida D.I Waring In, Complainant,' =rr s 3EAV7r sIAV7,5z, t

have been picked up In the German TB. :

concession at HankQw. This 1 la truly Green William Otto J. Green F. Inkelman.J. Herbert. Bill to RemoveClond Everything new and first class. We render prompt and .

Chinese Not so very lone ago each All persona other than the from satisfactory service day or night

ATLANTIC COAST LINE soldier] was supplied with an oilcloth ing above an named Interval' parties In the,property o aim-- Title :

parasol and a fan which be tuckedup In this bill deicrlbod 1 Defendant ONEHALF BLOOKFROM PASSENGER DEPOT

1 his sleeve] During the battle of *.
T To all whom 1m.y concern: Z Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113
Ping Yang, when the, rain came on. It appearing from the sworn bill I of complaint: Z > ..
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited" and the filed 1 in this cause that :there are persona interestod
the parasols] were opened In the property Involved In this salt, oth N..N......... -
enemy found the men easy targets especially er than the known defendant, and that the ..... ......'
n.m..o1 such pe"".otoa go interested are unknown
"South Limited""Montgomery as each one wore a large
Atlantic that relief is
white dink bearing 'the number of his prayed 'i'101I'd'Kill r ':m1n:: against I such

regiment on his breast and back. unknown defendant C. A. CARSON, President .1'. c. BRYAN, BECRETABT:
It .Is then-fare ordered that all persons claiming
Route"ThroDb At the arsenal] at Nankin It'll'''' an Interest In and to the following! drecnbed

I once decided to shorten Krupp can- property, jiltuate In the Count of Usceola,
a
I .Hal of h lorida, _wit: The Waters

Pullman Can from Chicago, St. Lout, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grand non was which too had long arrived and to there make becauseIt "solid aouthwest of the southeast quarter Quarter the, and southwest.lot four quarter (>> of & Carson

aDd ilIe. ertlon twenty-n\e ((25)).In township twenty-five
Rapidi Cleveland Louisville Nathalie Atlanta Birmingham to JaekIOD
shell*" which would not burst. Green llb: ), south of range twenty-eight (2e>. east do
to the Comp'ainant'. J Hill o/ Complaintherein
also the ] appear
sprouts were seen on logs
DINING CAR SERVICE' filed, on or before the Rule day of February
from which gun stocks were to be 1 191'Z: the tin dsj of February, else Grocery CompanyWholesale
l1r''Ni.
made. But the "limit" as one may the said I ; : taken: as conf Mied.
For further information call on or write to It 1 In further ordered tbst this order be published
say was reached at Hankow when an once week for tuelre 11'1)) consecutiveweeks
W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla., Austrian warship entered the port and in tbe Kln.lmme..Valley1iazelte. a ne.....
paper published In said Osc"ola County of general and Retail Dealers In-
J. G.: KJKKLAND Division Passenger Agent saluted the fort. The Chinese attempted circulation in said County '
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-- I Wltners James W. Perkins Judge "of said
Tampa Florida. to return the courtesy but
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Circuit Court' and my name as thereof, ''
topped short after Ere or six discharges and the ofllclal i of said Court. this lit day of GROCERIESWE )
As the Chinese commander October A. D. lull.
[rSuL.1 1 ARTHUR E DONIOAN,
1 afterward explained "When the third Clerk: of: Circuit Court.
.- By ELIZABCTH JOHNSTON. D. C.
artilleryman bad been killed we decided
C She has not the whole to stop firing" Q F Krlbbs. Solicitor fur Complainant <8 1-t


but choice SELL ,WE BUY
' earth to sell, just An Ordinance .

f Resolutions.The i *
bits of it located An Ordinance Providing for tbe Payment ol HAY
Interest on the Street. i'avlng Notes, Numbered HIDES
resolutions of
following sympa- Respectively One. Two Three Four
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thy were adopted by Kiasimmee Tem- and: Five, and for th* Redemption of Name; GRAIN
and for the Appointment oi Note Trustees FURS '
ple. No. 21, Pythian Sisters: and Defining Their Duties 4

, FLORIDA Whereas, God has seen fit to remove Be It Ordained by the Council of the City of FERTILIZERS .
. Klmimmee-. WOOL /
from this earth the brother of sister
our -
Section I. It shall be the duty of the Council .SHINGLES,
Lura Tyner we. the members of to provide annually for the p.rmeDof the Interest AND ,
of the five promissory notee styled -
Kissimmee Temple, No. 21, Pythian i I I ''Street Paving Motes," numbered re4pecUveyOne. ) ORANGE BOXES
Two, Three, Four and Five; and for the ALL'
do the
Sisters hereby adopt following:
HOMES creation of a sinking fund for the redemptionof ORANGE WRAPS .
CHOICE Resolved, first. We feel that in the said notee.Bee. '
1. Immediately the Issuance of :
SELECT FARMS death of her brother Sister Tyner has said Street paving: Notes upon the 1 Council shall appoint VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTR.Y f.
by resolution to be recorded in the minutes
met with loss which cannot be
a sup- three who shall ( '
a committee of persona CRATE NAILS PRODUCE ,
I VACANT LOTS plied, and that we extend to her our be freeholders of the city, and be styled "True- "
tees of !Street, Paving Notes,1' who shall each
I sincerest sympathy. jgiv bond running to the mayorof the city,
AND ACREAGE wttn sumuleut sureties in the sum ol Five Hundred -
:'Resolved second That ,,'
we hope our
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conditioned the said Trustees
; Dolls, that
t '. . liter may find 'comfort by looking to shall faithfully discharge the trust confided We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ., 1'
to them and shall over and duly.,-'
pay
.. 'Ask About Them' .. Him who giveth life, and then with a count for all:3'b't of money that may come We give' special attention to fitting out hunting 'and camping[ ,..
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divine He taketh it into their reason of such truat r
purpose away. Sec. 8. All funds collected to pay said Inter parties.
Resolved third. That a copy of these eat and for said sinking fund shall be oald over
{: MRS. SUMMERS by the marshal and tax collector to the said Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
resolutions be sent to Siste Tyner to Trustees, and the said Trustee shall pay out
+s; the local for and of the money HO received thefnterestonsaid We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circularand
pacers publication .....
Lake View Cottage street paving no. and shall Invest the rest
spread upon the minutes of the Temple. due In ford Hecurltlea, to be held asail accumulating prices on fertilizers.
fund for the redemption of Raid notes.
SOUTH KISSIMMEE MAYME JEFFORDS I Hec. 4 In ate of removal for cause ot re.
PEARLIE BRYAN I lunation, or death of any of said Truttfce"" the
Council; shall fill the vacancyAll
BERTA RIVERS. ordinances. or parts thereof. In conflict
here\\lib be and the..m.. are hereby repealed.
W B MAKINHOV.'
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Perfume Compounding Art President of Counoll.Alle.1 Tiff
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F J. R. I.II.OEIIT.U..rk .
HOTEL RUNKYMHDSRnanynede The compounding of perfumes la a of the (ity of KitiKlmmeH -ti
this' i.tb day D. 1UU
distinct Approved|
branch of chemistry ol//I.ul
perfume
r t 4 11. ; .: ?
Floridat
maker may be regarded as an H-M Mayor of the Cityof KiHHlinnifMNotice -.
{ Up-to-date, beautifully located artist of
t kt' chemistry, blending his Ingredients -
Artesian Water Tennis and Cro t
with the care of one and the
quet Grounds Rood hunting fish-
and skill v b
taste
of the other profession
y\g and boating. A first-class 7
modern country note), overlooking Almost all perfumes have as a basil Cndertheprovteinns: of Station 71'< of theGeiiern {4s. .}
) HtaluteH of the s'at"f' Florida notice. 'I II.
t East Tohopekaliga Lake.Gooc ambergris or civet and while these In hereby given that at a regular meeting of the
good cooking and beds. Table materials are most necessary great Hoard of (ounty, CoinmihMentr of O.oeofafDUiit ),/ rl
i k In ...Id.tate. held on the let day of
board $5 week rooms from $2 care must be exercised Ih their > a
per ; use. JanuBr\. A L> 1'ilJ. ,iho (joundarion of < oromixHlonertt' -
1 to $6 per week bath and shower Tor a grain too much will make the DlnlrlrU Son. ll:t and 4 in Bald county ,
1tA bath included. perfume distressingly were" hanged, and that wild" boundaries, a.. Pi
Irritating to the changed, are now at. follow 'gl
a, WM. G. KRAPE. Manager user. The same Is true of many combinations DUtrttt No. :Beginning t at the northeaittrornefof

Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD FLA. of scents, such combinationseven tow nnhlp Jf..ulh. rang !I'* want. and,
running theuoe w ret on the county line to the
r 1-tf producing hysteria In a mild or. range line dividing' tow nahii' H JOHIH! il 1 them
severe form. If Indulged In at all but south on Haid. range, line to I/ike..: I- nut Tohope:'
\ kali"a then"" aonthwcnt to the head of theIfraiimge
' one distinct scent should be used Canal on aid lake; thence down ed
renter of aid. canal to Lake Tohoix-kallga; : f

s DOZIEB .a. [LEITHEB'S$ .a. IlSNUJCE : J.6EJGT$ margin thence ;went thence arrows nofith"Kald on lake went to shore its western of said! ,

f. The Drawback. lake to the renal; thence down the renter of
d J canal to Lake (yprenM.; thence tnt on the marin .
9 The sage who remarked that "every of lake CTprenn; thence eant to township "Pittsburgh Perfect"Wire
The Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency Osceola County :
cloud has a silver lining" might have line dividing 1 wtihhlpH fi and 2&; thence eat

t I FIRE LIFE. ACCIDENT HEALTH gone on to explain that the lining Isn't. to thence the south range. to line the ttelwtttn:lowimhlp ranges line tl dividing and 32); Fencing is beat all through ff'

( PHONB IIH 3tf visible from the position which the taw nxhlna 2H and 2'*; thence. east to the eaatert
boundary of the county, and thence north The wire U drawn from special of
majority of us have to view the cloud. along the county line to ,the point of begin a quality open ,
y olng THE BEST hearth material-tough, pliable, strong, long I lived

I DI.tncl0./ 4-B"tflnnlng al the northeast WIRE like old-time iron wire. It lathe finest fencing
Application for Final Dischar e.n corner of township. .1* South, range 34 eaat and! I
runnlnv thence south on the coiiDty line to thetownHhip ,wire poaaible tq manufacture.

i JUST A WORD It ) OO Court<'eol.of County the County. In re Judge Km.to State of L.of H Florid. Will.. thence w..Hton line Bold dividing I towunhlo townhlpR line to 91 the and Kl 32.-; Galvanizing Heavily galvanized by our own new and perfect

lams. dvcratted.Notice in hereby given to all whom ft may alnimee the river, thence north Lake on western thence bouud Perfect !oce.." the wire U positively rnoiature-proof .. 4 r
are of county to Opreaa:
t concern Ibat on tbe :A>th day of April" A.J.. north. and east on wet shore of Lake The fact that .
II! \!\ I Khali apply to the Honorable Oeo V.'arker Cyprena 27 and
1 40 dozen spring goods have just arrived. bate fora, Judge final or discharge aald Court at, aa administrator Judge of Pro- I to 28.;the thence township east along line between said line towunhffm to the range An Stay Wires and Line Wires are Electrically Weldednot
line 31 and :M.; thence south

. : We are too busy this week to say more tb.t.1 the estate the of name L. II time, W illlaniii.I will present deceased my. Ana and] long towuabiu:.'Idi'ie IX and rangea to the:lI.! townahip and thence line east between to the only eliminate the weakening and 'rICa.Wa.

rcounta as admlnlfttralor of said .ettato and ; mouture-gathering damp l
point of DeglnDlnf.Haid wrap. .
will tell all about them later. ask for their approval ,
I you Dated Oct.: .W. A. D 19lr. changes being' made under th.provllona /and ties. but practically transform '

A. E.: DROUGHT. Admlniitrator. .I Florida.o( Chapter 5t ., AcU of 1MI9, Laws of [the fence into one pitct of perforKe -' .__
44-ImofimoiApplication
In wltoeia whereof, I bare hereunto set myband
I L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. and official a..aJ. at Kiwimto, in Mild ated atEeL1 --AI.d.. '

L to Sell Real Estate. county D. 1V12, of Oaceobj, tbla 3rd day of January, A. : .Tn There U fto rate wire to*make tweleee weight. !

ID Court of Counjy Judge, State of Florida Seal) AETHUK E: DOMKOAM, jin.tead b.Yi..wire.* tread and aU the - - -- i'

In re lusts of Vernon Bhlver,Paul Shiver and 3.11 Clerk Circuit Court. N.Wa.t.WdgIti.f.nc.. Sagfwue.Oftteam.: i%
sits t
Randal Shiver Minors.-Oeceola Count .r ,
I Notice la hereby (Inn to a.11 whom It mayanceratbatLythiaJ line trirea, the

Vvroon Shiver Paul ehivu Godbold.and RaDtlallIb..r.a* guardian of Notice of Executor for Final ./'Pittahuqh'Pcd'leeN F 2c* .U'tU. Strottfei aMW -

minors. will, on the 17th day of February,A, Discharge.stafts.saMc'f&r. *.. .r._
CUSTOM TAILORING >. 113. apply: to the Honorable. Uo.P.Parker, .73 Style and afaee. adapted s. Vverr.b
Tconnly judge: In and for Mid county, at his of- In ;: ol"ri flue In Klaalmm city In said oouly/10 Ja desa.r ,Jf})
in fit and You 'clock a. m.. or M soon tharvafMraa aa the mat ad, Oaoaola ooe lIS >CVCRY.ROD UVARdfTLTIZ' ""
that is absolutely right style price.
ter can be heard, for authority to Mil, at private Motto ta harcbr _. lo whom It ma)
,. .t I can buy "ready-mades" of course, but they're not nndll.ld undivided ona-quner InteneiI oouotrn, that on U>* 10th day ol JIa,..A. V
two lUtha Intereat of each of 1912. I v> tha HoDorabl Oao. T, .W. :
' made for you and they show it. Spring samples now said minor In and to the following deaerthsd Parker Comrt M Jndn of Pro- :B..MaJ .
' in and them. real in Mid &> The... hal4. for a Seal exa aloe of 1119 .; n nCo.-J..t x
; arriving. 'Come see haJ If of the norttiwea tCof Section JJo.WTownihlpNo estate of Tanapa will: -=; and .
38 aooib. of Jtan*.n snot that at the aama Urn* I pre..t ands1ooc.a..pVp '
D. W. TRUMPEKLIER Which application will be fcaeed_th.P'110.JOI' aa execute,of add estate, and uk for KLsimm., },' <<
such sale now on file In Mid. court. .-
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Maps. CIILRCII DIRECTORY Embroiderers.' J. W. THOMPSON
Busy
S H BULLOCK
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley As early as 1773 olver 6.000 women
; Gazette office a pocket map of Florida .
'+" will be mailed to any address In the New were engaged In stitching the fine embroideries -
United States. We can also furnish BAPTIST.A. which made St Gall famous '

v .x'' maps of'Osceola county at (1 each and J. Holt, D. D., pastor. even In those early days. The FUNERAL DIRECTORI REAL ESTATE .:
{ .; ,;will be glad estimate on Section map number had increased by the beginning *%%*%%*..-....%..*.... ---.
r r .' 5:-jot any Kind. Sunday- of 1800 to 30,000 the industry andLICENSED
'..,' ((0\'. .' .>., Bible School"t1.45 a. m., having extended to Baden, a Wurtsm- INSURANCE "
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,9 '- DepartmentHaving Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.J5IP'| m. burg Davar'a, western Austria and all ',' EMBALMER ',;,', 1 .
B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. the country about Lake Constanca.

,/ w.: L. IHK DOZOB Communion-2d Sunday. Examination of Titles a

:.P 4 Monday-(after 3rd Sunday). Wood Given Long Life. Opposite Courthouse
Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m. There are now employed a number Specialty.
I II of processes whereby wood can be so I
let )
Sunday
{, Wednesday-after(
I! I altered In character that It becomes
Worn. Miss Union-Social, Stoopm
.\.... added a Fresh Meat Department Thursday- almost fireproof, and la no longer lla KISSIIiMEE FLORIDA Corresoondence Solicited '
ble to rot of the disintegrations
't dry or any -
to our Grocery Stare we Prayer meeting?:00 p. m.
;: Real Estate that come under the head of .
: D are now !able to give you the daintiest Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN. decay :
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.' :L Florida and Western stock. Look to the Future. EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES f
Finish every day and be done withIt.
. i KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA S, S Snyder, pastor You have done what/ you could. SUCCESS THE SAME WAY'a l
Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -A. S. Some Murders and absurdities no I

1.t -- --- OPEN NOW I Nelson, superintendent. doubt 'crept In; forget them as soon BY SAVING, MONEY 1,i

. Church Service 11 a, m. and 7.00pm.( as you can tomorrow Is the new day; Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your money in
f Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. begin It well and serenely, with too I

.SPECIAL I Prayer and Bible study Thursday7.00 past high.-a Emerson spirit! to be cumbered !IJ r the CITIZENS I I BANK OF KISSIMMEE I j

and prices are always right at p. m '
Visitors most cordially invited to all --- ---

14 I I ...erVlce8.I I A Nice Gift Package.My I'' We have more Saviiigs Accounts than any other Bank in f,
Osceola County.
Day Offer '"Express Box" of mixed citrus 1
I fruits packed especially for the holiday A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procuredone
METrtODlST. trade and for those wishing to remember : do so at once.
-" THISPORTABLE North Kissimmee H. T. Games, pastor. friends at distance, containing oranges
5' grapefruit, tangerines and kumquats -
Sunday School at 9'.45: a. m.-J. L. Asses E. DONBOAN. Proklont W: H. NOKTON Cublw
is the best Rift: package yet of-
w LAMP i Overstreet, superintendent. fered. Price $1.00 per: box f. o, b. f

a Preaching services.il a. m., and 7:30 Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited H
FOR Taylor'sQuick R. Overstreet, Kissimmee, Fla. 44-tf /
p.m. --- ------- -
HOMESTORE ---
Junior League 2 p. m.
Boarding House for Sale.
Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m.
I I OR Delivery Phone 250 Gen. prayer service Thurs. 730p. m. Boarding house of nine rooms, includIng '
bath-room. Hot and cold water,
OFFICECOMPLETE Holy communion ever 1st Sunday.
r invited to each of bath, toilet and sink; electric light GRAPEFRUITOR
You cordially
are
I House furnished complete and filled
P these Services. .. with boarders at this time. Large lot
'. 5)) e48 130x150. Can be purchased on very
reasonable terms. For particulars call %e ORANGE GROVE >.
STOKES
CHRISTIAN.A. on or write us. H. MBREAKER &
tae CaeW ra..e Ne q.. Co. 47-tf
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Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. The Kissimm Library.The IF YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove
This is'
d' Lamp handsomely
Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell Kissimmea Library offers to its or an Orange Grove, buy your Trees from
i 'j height 29 inches J. H. Harris, assistant
nicktlled superintendent;
"" BBBSBBISBBBBB subscribers a list of over four hundred the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.
4' ) Money-making strain superintendent. books by the best authors any or all of QUALITY COUNTS-Everything you get fromus
,: 'elf-leaning; for market growers Christian Endeavor every Sunday which you have the privilege of readingfor is first-cr iss. Our favorable soil and location 1

Usual price 22.OO. SkkM'. "B..iy: Beet Earl," T.suto.l evening at 6:00: p. m. membership only $2. or Which secures a family a single mem- make it possible for us to produce stock that has
pump.
IA WUwhere_ grown. ErpCWly'to Prayer meeting and choir practice every bership. Capt. Trench, the librarian, no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early
nWe have,the best line of Mantles .dapted the $ouih. Pkt-10c; O&.oq. Thursday at 7.15 p. m. will issue you, a membership card for Orange, is far superior to the Parson Brown.
J'1b. $1.00 !II h. J.7S..
and supplies in"Vb jSouth the above amount. Library. in State CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT
is the
I .op StwJar4 Special.Glob. T-.a.. 8tf'SHIP best :
":: 1> k '. ptpeit aavlCe r FVee. SrwUStnlMolBeet.Cliciiinbai.Miuk'] -.-'. larcest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds In Florida, "
< -,. ; | ..so.. Wstarmeloa.! etc> _, f .,Rev.. David. ,;p. KMd.., **&\?**. - I Writ Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical' \
i 'S ( S.;.od DM' your M ol Mod w.. .ad tU J Jou Services every second, and fourth Sun-. ,;; FRUITS' AND,, Suggestion. 'See our Agent I.
J. S andard l glitQ.; qIIOIe ; my ipecul wholcMlo, price* lot dav.t 11:00: s im,, *:: .. V."AII".e. r :: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I
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: a piano solo'bj, Min Rubyt Ellis' :.and -II
{ : MArt NftDfD JARMfRS JITtTf) : "
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\ Miss Grace Jolly;,. . '" .. -I
''i ,_ -' f 1 These Tuesday night socials} it should L .G: ,, 'i
'f, Workers. Will'' Slant 'on Grant of bV: stated, are open ;to"the public and ",
'' ?'rtemeseefcers! fAre; Puttied as to the South,, Florida Towns: are intended to off.r''the newcomers

.\",.'t' Location J 'of,Various' Properties especially, 'an opportunity to become Great
,; '; Sine* the/'BetUr Fanning Special", acquainted 'with' each other, and with ,
.
:Advertised" in local, Paper completed It. tour before, the, holidays, the people of the, city! ReductiQiii,
regular institutes have been held
P"i.; '; no
:, i. w.believe that the suggestion' 'madeIn I Calls ;are coining n 'from' 'counties In Don't forget that the price of a want i
" the following letter Is'a.moat, ,valustble various'parts of the, state. The.,beavy ad In the Valley Gazette I Is the cheapest -* Oh JLadles'' Wool :Suits 'and Coats , '

"iI one At'present there is no-map'tf drain on .the institute funds, together Investment you ever mada.WHERE 'I, : I 1 ... .. I ,
the cty( ,which gives any idea at all of with the limited time at'the commandof -- !' '.. I '" ,.- ,
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the,various subdivisions about the city the'workers, makes it 'necessary. r- .", .
or of, ,the location' of the streets of the that these Institutes be placed on a cir. '

,city., A small map,,, which ''could be cult, thereby> losing as little'time as .n .' :'II'
. jnlled.and which would.give,: a lot of po..fble'and. .,'accomplishing, ,the most ( .. I' ._
< valuable Information about the. place, To make room for the-new Spring and Summer. .
ginning
'"could J be very reasonably prepared. It $ in the t latter part of January ,' .ISIt ,Ready-to-wear Dresses and Linen Suits we ore " C'
-would be exceedingly useful.f a southward trip will be made by' '
For the,benefit of Mr.: Paris and 6th- the.+.tnlbtute workers. The, following .. (closing: out all :our Wool .'Suits and Coats at overy'low \. .

/,en' who nay be puttied a* be is,we will tentative itinerary has' been arranged : figure. '

say that practically all the subdivisions for South Florida: 1 : '

:advertised' in the. Valley: Gazette are 'Monday ;'Jan. 29, Riverview. i North'Kissimmee ,, ; There's yet time to wear 'such garmen : a'
either: within the city, or only a short Tuesday.Jan. 80, Davenport. -before the ;''
f -Distance! away, easily accessible to the Wednesday Jan. 31;'St Cloud. warm weather arrives_ so it, will pa \ 1

school,' churches and markets of this Thursday, Feb.,".1, Taft k you to purchase how when prices:: are so low. "
,city.:, ,The? letter follows: Friday, F.b.2, Cameron City. I

I 'V: :JLWilson:: ,Place Station!, Clnclnnatl.'Ohlo, At most of,these points local farm Let us show ttiem to'you. \ < : ... '.,
.,I,*- January 19,' 1912.'EUtdrVs1l.y ers' institutes were established a year
''', Gazette: JT"Dear ago, and it is expected that a greater : :. "

Sir: -I have been'reading' your .' interest will be"taken In the farmers' Taylor? .. I. I
*papsr,for two years. I look over every Institute'" work of that section than in "I ,
/issue soon as I get It and read it aft, the. any.previous year. .. ,I
: outside of the farmers'Institute .
1", advertisement and everything in IL Help regular ,
\ After I read It I mail It to a friend of work can only be given to a 1
!mini In Oxford'' Ohio. .1 want to say limited extent, but wherever assistance : '
c t to you that the Valley Gazette a good possible, the.Institute worker are Look him up at his new store H.C. STANFORD: COMPANY ;
,.' ',Ilve paper and is doing the town of Kisslmtne willing to make an effort to help these corner r ; :
,,,a world of good, and the residents people out. The newcomers to Florida , .t,
of that town should appreciate it, flndmg'new problems realize that their o ., +rr $ \
'as no doubt they do. conditions are different from what they Mabbette and Dillingham I \
.
"But I have*. kick coming."I have been accustomed to, and are.ask-. s'
haVe been'reading your paper and ing In particular about crops that are . i
rr "watching advertisement of places for i suitable to tbeir locations, and about With no rent to pay we ,.: '.t.

sale In Its columns. I want to purchase fertilizer' application. MOlt of these will cell you goods -. .
.nice little home in Ek/ida. to spend I people are interested in poultry raising -
the remaining days of my life, and I be- I, and are calling kor'literature from- the II : l'
I ,N4 'hoven/ or near your town. Hat I readof experiment station that at present I is CHEAPER THAN EVER r "

; '",,' .' places for sale In Pinedale, Lake' not available. The 'Better Farming 1 I I ........ ,
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S Gem Villa, Kissimmee Park, Eureka Special" has awakened an interest for i '
addition, Lilly's ..dd .Ion, Shingle creek, better agriculture, and it is expectedthat It I I ,

Cape Breeze, etc, Now where are these this class of work will be con Ild- -. '- t' ; "

.-<-__placesT_ How _far are they from the erAb!)!. .enlarg d_s-.oon as condition\ Pto.e 250. Quick Delivery 1 .
village Also 1 find lots and houses for permit. I IrToTppe Buildingv : :

aale'on" different streets but being a ,
"' stranger t to; the village I cannot tell if TUESDAY SOCIAL I T
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they are one block or two miles from .
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center of village. '"

,, '0'Tbeidea'struck me if there was prin- Most Enjoyable Affair Takes Place I : if you're going to build buy ,ALL' ,
ted a man showing the streets of Kis ,.,
at Chapter House.One CARS1N & BASS "
,simmee and the surrounding country, t
materials of the .
showing where these different place of the most largely attended endmost your '
"to 'I ,pare,'how far they are from the.village,' thoroughly enjoyable of the"Chsp- Practical Painting I t l lf a ;

4. and showing roads, etc., and if you ter House social was held on Tuesday .."j'', i r
Js\ 'have such, a thing I will gladly buy one. night: of this week Mrs. Ellis. Mm. All Work: Guaranteed *
': '.V ft believe It would be a great benefit to Roberson and Mrs. Dr. Wlnn being :
/J *.JUssimmea to have such a map and it the hostese The cozy room was Wall Papering Decorating : i

"would pay men in the real estate busi"nes well filled all evening, and a most delightfully Sign Writing; : -o..,', ": I 4 ;el
.' to. club together and have one informal spirit prevailed. \
'made. it"would make many a sale oft In addition to the fine program, two PIe==IIt Kissimmee Fla ,..." i
}' land and then purchasers could see at a Interesting contests had been arranged AKIDt \ ; : I '
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glance Just where the property)flea that In the first of these the names of 5 tf and save money. We' l have, brick: ,. jce-;, J
.' Is being advertised. So far as the map twenty-four} local business houses had ?, ""i .

of your county Is concerned, it is I worse been put in a sort of riddle form,'with ment plaster paint sash and doors : '
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",.. than nothing." I have one and\ 1 paid one cut-out pictures. The first orize. in this' I : \\I y .r t i"
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;" :" ';'dollar for It, but it Is no good on earth. contest went to Mr.:J.D.,Kuykendall,.' :' 1 :+ :' ;F\ builders':hardware'- and toilet 1 j,. ,- i.r i. {', ;
" ,'".What you are interested' i Ia Kiwi*, who guessed 23 out of the 24 puzxle;, f Begin the New Year right , ? bath roomspecialty. t ,
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{' it ee andthe, surrounding country. \ Ana amusing auction sale was ,conducted .by trading! .with. J: C 1 '\ \... :, t' \;". I ". 'r\iD".:'l.\t.1.>> "",''F''ttl''U.mlrJl"-' : '. .

') :-.JJ\/ "We have bad up here since January { with Dr. Simpson'as crier. Everybody ; I f 1" :fixtures;r etc: Fu st-classplumb! >
,. ,\' ;8 the coldest: weather we' have had for .was' put.on an equal footingby C W. CRIFFINwho "
years, 16 and 20 below, with snow, so being given a bag of 100 beans,
'J one can hardly get around. which was used as a.circulating medi- keeps first-class groceries, I II ;
"If you have anything that will enlighten um. The articles went off very rapidly fresh meat and fruits.
me as to your country, let me some of them bringing\ high as 100
''know and I will send for it. If you have beans. A consolation prize went to a DELIVERY ANY HOUR
a copy of your book showing village lad who [bought "a pair of slippers," '
[ and it will be of some benefit in shows and who contended that a couple of ba- North 'K lslmmee, Phone I : lJ :1))

s I \ ing location, I enclose 25c for a copy. nana peels did not answer to that 'de :

r Yours truly, scription.The 1 1I .....
t C. W. PARIS, Supt. program opened with two num-I ,-- --- .-- : "!
bers by the MacDonough orchestra. 11

THE BfST'PAPfRi M rs. Harrington followed with a pleasing '
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"solo, an Italian aria. Mrs. Harrington SEEDS and POULTRY: SUPPLIES
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If you're particular, about your .. .
responded to an encore, .Mm ,
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\. -S South Dakota Subscriber Throws aRose Lowe] gave a pleasing reading. Miss We can UIplyyou for immediate shipment TOILET SOAPS 'j:,

Our Way. Ruby Ellis and Mtes May Graves rendered POTATOES. BEANS, GARDEN' AND FIELD PEAS ,
in anfattractive manner a cornet Most complete line of Poulffy Supplies, Garden come here-we have a fine.line to choose
i 11, Editor, even if some folk don't duet Mr. Geo. S. Nash, of the Title and Field Seeds in Florid from-probably your favorite kind. .
think lets human. At WRIT 'ILLUSTRATED .
so, are more or Guaranty Company, of Jacksonville, CATALOGUE i.

least traits most, and of one them of possess these I.some a tendency human who with Is the In the local city office on business connected reen"I.au1.: E. A., MA TIN & COMPANY /"o.K[ .>u. OSCEOLA PHARMACY Mp prietr e.U:1 I' ;

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gave a most en- 4..1qt I ,
to feel happy when a subscriber shows joyable solo. The program closed with < I-I4t
t I' appreciation of our efforts. So many

brickbats come our way that we, :have
'I P ;K;.. no little pleasure when we find a rose I

.,. among' the offerings. Here l is a letter /.(t,
from a man who ssys the Valley Gazette 1 \i
t Is the best paper In Forida. We .

bave suspected as much all the time. ri 1..1.,.:,
I We shall be mighty glad to- have Mr. f .J
S Salmon become a resident of the belt : 4
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town in Florida "*" gut gtttr .j'.j'J 4

', 'J "tJeadwood..S. D., Jan. 19, '12,1 i M b. L'I'I'L P4 RRgg RRggfie, ,
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"i' "Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette:;[. }I "

Y', 1 it "Dear Sir-Find enclosed a money; t.44 ,1
: ,;tf" order for $1.50, one year' subscription ti R sir % Y'A q
f* r tl to the belt paper published In Florida.

1'1. S, .\ Before'this subscription runs out I hope ',
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1# n: .to be with you. Very truly yours, { tt
11"H.; E. SALMOW." d rY''i t b "r :
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i,:,I.id\\ Goes Through Town In Auto.#t '. 7 Y ,1 A ; ('f

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:;" Mr. L. C. Denmark, of Jacksonville: ; r ; .

I" .: :':'C passed through this city on Tuesday, - ,(j
'( '' \:stop: eg' for a few hCD.... Mr. Den- ,

,;,,1' 'mark was in hi. big Cadillac, which ,

(', participated In the recent Glidden tour \ ./ m
'It was this car which was overturned, .; ,.L.',.
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injured.';The car was righted, the dam r
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came b1 on time. Mr. Edgar ,Kellogg. '
"; 'was tbs:drivejcjn. 'the Glidden tour.. 1 '

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Tfce ,permaaent Interest' ot' everyman k r _, -. r," *'l.n i - ,j; "-v-' nc--3 ,5...-1'I. ; '.. :- . .I 41 a1,
'Is, aever'to be In a false posltloa.> Z. ; ; : ; t'.F'\\I'' 'tt: _,, ; '- .. }, -;,
,{at to of nature to I \ :neM :M W 44 Wi.L> thel'; &nTwiru hi'L 'miuica fComdrTb';; : ;t'OII the raid''' 'iLIa.'; -..< \.i'
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HON.,W.. J. BRYAN .HERE CAMPBELL: I ,. ll
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')' Mr..,.I.. L. Bean of.Morefield, W. Va., ) l'

' h'\' t *.1 Wife-Once Spent Winter Mere.,, the future cashier of I the CommercialBank Advertisements re inserted under this heat it the rate ot 5 VeAta-. ;, "\tj
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' Ir. lion William Jennings.; Bryan' thrice of Fort Meade apent 'Monday U TT'E' pep line each.! !,rtlon. : 'r' .'."

, : ; fry the nominee of bis party for ,the presidency night and Tuesday Campbell, stopping ... '. w ,
re.idenceof Mr. E ''E. TWO desirable 'e'
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the resident
'. passed through this city at 10 Brown at *;; FOlt..SALE Carson very addition each 60x184 Iota feet.W 4 ,
"' o'clock Saturday morning en ruU from
There 16
, ti are bearing orange treee one .ti
$ Tampa to Jacksonville. .While notice Mr. It. W. Jones and family ,of . ,...., ,FOR SALE-673 acres of land on Lakes .....th.** iota under< good new fence,' ,

t f :.of his coming was received only a short Fultonham, Ohio'have come to Camp. Tohopekallga and ''RusselL E. J. located close to the lake. :$350 cash ,;
It ,'l of the train a hers Just if Brown KI..immeeFla.48tf, takes the, two. See B.,'M, Breakiteo "' '
time before the, arrival bell and expect to reside in the' as good..as butter, & ; Sl-tf,\ +;

goodly company of our people gathered future Mr. Jones Is an engineer FINE LOT In Lesly's Addition tor sale :. ','.

+ ''.J :'to greet the eminent man. There were working on the Florida Eaat Coast not better and lots cheaper cheap. Mrs. Summers., B-tf MISCELLANEOUS: ".'
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probably a hundred or more at the station and we are glad to have) him and his ,, EXCHANGE-Two nice lots in Kansas ,..,

\tv; ,, including the members}; of the Kls* family as neighbors.Montlj City/ 0., for Kissimmee improved WADE the tuner. Orlando. ; '

\ aimmee Concert Band, who played proper, Boz 1052 Wichita, Kan. ,
..Dixie", as the train pulled in. The ) y cervices of the Missionary 35c PER POUNDAbsolutely ; 8-3t WANTED-Worklne'houlekeeper.. .Al.1 / ,, ',
Baptl t Church were held in the schoolhouse so young lady? companion to old 'il! ..
-t. extended! to Mr: Bryan when FOR .l ,
greeting last Sunday, Rev. Murphey of SALE-Tw > acre orange and lady P. Box 188 St.'.Cloud Fla. "
he was conducted; to the platform of the grapefruit grove, Wjput three miles '6.1t' ,
t Taft conducting them. Rev. Murpheyhas under food law .from Klasimmee, OnVailroad. Will .
w, .car by Mr. W. B. Crawford and others guaranteed pure '
: : accepted a call as pastor of the sell at a bargain. Addrtsw W.; H. WANTED-Property, 6 tohcrea '
-was hearty. whatever political diffarences church and hereafter we. expect to as to its I purity-and its taste is delicious.. Arnold, Kissimmee Fla. s. 41-tf good land, close to'city.' station poet J
there have been In the and express. Send full I description
; may have services on every third Sunday. Try it. 'Gutter is going still)1igher) than iUs.I .
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-crowd, ..alt'rewgnlzed the great Com MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acreaWHh and price to Fred) Lapp, Roesvllle,

:, moner as an hopest man. and all men Mr Mt: C. Norton of lfah es City, 'a small grove for $500. 8-tf .Afe. 5StTEDThe

1 .Admire honesty. spent Sunday in Campbell, recently, I FOR SALE-Two sweetest thln f out.for,:/ 'i'
well broken
1i I Mr; Bryan shook hands with all who visiting friends.Mr. en. J.; W. Miller.yoke 46-tf ox you rl-Fuller Greeme Candy-; ,,t' to

I ould reach him and then spoke a few C.' D. Smith is having an orange D. R BLENIS CO.Phone .. Company.fresh mm factory. Kissimmee. Drug'a- '

,words of appreciation of, the greetingd grove set out on his property in the FOR SALE)Fine collection of ,differ ,, "i

..' .extended to him. He said he had heard GROCERS ent designs of all kind. of embroidered FOR fresh fish, bone the.. ,Rull. Baa. r
new colony of Phoenixville, our .hustling N. DakinandB'way dresses and < Market, No. 189. \ 'x
. ,of this city.many 'ears ago, when the; waists in silk and wool 19-tt' ,
afterward became his nubprb. direct from my factory in Switzerlandand GET H. N. BRATTONNo tarWeyour" ;
;young lady who \ sell them at factory ricer. These '

, p, ',, wife spent a winter here. He further Mr. J. Copeland.j and family of Arkansas goods were placed on sale December artesian welt X. 3-tf .'. .: ;i

\ stated that he made a trip a few days visited, Mrd. J. E. Kirkpatricklast 22 at Porter & Son's grocery store. FOR dressed phoneTch Rull'- '

from Fort Myers to Lake Okeecho- week, and have settled in Kiasimmee. Albert Bossart, near ,Shingle Creek, Baas poultry 89. IlJjtf _,
i< ,, ago Station formerly Guise place. 52-t!. ,
f ;, bee, and that he hoped to come to Kis Mr. C. M. Flemlnlf' waa in Tampa MUTTON fresh, fat and flh.j at the '

"i ,, .Immee next winter and make the trip Oranges are being shipped from here I OVER-SEA RAILROAD Thursday. lIe was "seeing off" tome FOR SALE-Good new roll-top desk Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19- f' '

t \ f to the lake from this end. Referring and the i f and swivel desk chair. Apply to Dr. < ..
now is neatly gathered. "
.' crop |lof his guests of the past week who are Win ,. WOOD
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he had per $1.26 fi.
said that vtr
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to the Everglades! '
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,1' The wood business, however lively
5' formerly thought of that section as a Celebration at Key West Marks Completion : planning to visit other parts of Florida. as.75. Kisalmmee Lumber Co. 29-tf
'j and has prospects of continuing for FOR SALE-JBy owner; "Z. W. Baas,

; hopeless swamp filled with trees, but sometime to come 'I of Remarkable Task. A runaway from Mach's stable,
,,1 that he had come to the conclusion sine I Broadway to Darlington to Church, room cottage for--$t OO, $225 cash and fire.. Get one for your launch, auto .

, ; visiting Okeechobee that the Everglades Grandma Riles returned<\ to her home I The most notable railway achievementof caused considerable excitement on $12 per month until paid for. If you or N. garage and be afe. Sold by Geo., "
I his week, after upending several wish to see tile 'property phone No. Saunders, agent Klaslmmee. 37k' \r."
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of the
: would ultimately become one I the century was signalized in a big Tuesdayj The rig was smashed and 73, Kissimmee, F a. Property is r
l of Florida. months visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. -Celebration at West this week about I MEET me at Kissimmee .'
richest parts Key the horse's leg broken, making it necessary one mile southwest from depot. Drug Co. and ; ''':

.2 ... ___ Mr. .Bryan had only about five minutes L. Cainpbi.ll marking the completion of.the all-rail !i i to kill him. Also have other houses and Iota, and we water will made.-get a drink of the beat sods\ _

: r'j I J In this city, and of course could I\liss' Edith Collins spent Monday of route to the city. The bulkier of the' six four miles tracts onO of 40 acres each, cheap, Sl.tt. ,
I 'r' 2-tf
'iI It;;:. ,. not make any extended speech. lie did this week visiting her sistej:, Mrs N. I road Henry M. Flagler, arrived on the : The 'first train over the hew Ocalfi\ ANYONE anywhere can start a mail --:*" :

'tg" not touch on any political subject H. Howard in I.aughmun first train. With him was a notable Northern arrived in Palatka order business at home. No canvass is }"

.,... I party of public officials and railroadmen day. There was great Wednes-t FOR SALE-8,750 acres timber lands, ing Be your own bo*.. Send* for free, >i
with five miles of lake. A first class booklet. Tells
The spring' term of the Campbell howL.Hcac""lc. A 2144, ,
.- the line.
: IJfREELECTED'i When Mr Flagler descended along Lockporr-N.-Y: 1
( [ colonypropoeitionrAlsosomaatthebest
.1 . !I. l' school will rlote on February sixth. "
w _. from-4he train hwas pelted with flowers ; paying orange groves in this "
,....
'
. -- -' -- Owing to': The rainy ealheF. i Turing the 1 part of the state farmlands and SHIP your produce to G.: W. Judy & "
school children. The work
by 2,000
; past few weeks the attendance has1 i engineered city property.' C. Buckets. 2-tt Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for ,
?
Carson Is President
.Mr. C. A. Again
.
,
\ been rather low. 'Taken altogether I so successfully by Mr. Flagkr _. -- _,stencil.. :_ _ L.- 49tf ,',

; "" : '"''': : Of Baptist Convention the school has been quite a success. | Is one of the most daring in the history !! FLORISTCut FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-20-acre FOUND-A l lady's hand purse contain "

r of railroading It consists of a road farm, 6 acres under cultivation new ing a sum of money and jewelry was. \, :,
., h .... Th. fifty-eighth annual State Convention Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick returned Tuesday built in masonry over the water a distance I Flowers and Floral Designs 6-room house, 1 shed and chicken found inWAUsra & Canon's grocery

Jf . ... of Florida Baptists met in from a trip to Orlando qnd Kis- of 75 miles and "makes Key for all occasions. coops, farm implements, bone mill, .tore. Owner can procure same by "' .e

,, .r( l.tt\ "
ry t." \ . attending. by his perseverance in the face of apparently specialty. age and sicknass reason for selling '
Ii '
'; offers in with
r: Campbell connection
'. *, \ .. '. Senator C. A Carson, of Kissimmee, insurmountable difficulties, A. Ordas. 1-tf BLUE RIBBON Ice "I .r
.d Cream, best In
"t' her fish, turtles, and alligators to
CALDWELL
Phone 83 MISS JEAN '
re-elected Rev. E. W
1/ ';" was president; : given Florida the most remarkable Tail- town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 8I-tf
t't,t. ",Rerinolds, ,of Jacksonville, secretary; supply potatoes, oranges and swamp- road the world. WE-Have listed some of the most desirable e

J" 5 C 'rand Rev. S/ B. Rogers, of Gaines Hie, cabbage for the canning factory in in property on the market both AN intelligent person may earn $100. .J :
;jj ,.. iCiSsimmee. city and county, which we oker at monthly corresponding for, newspaTpera. f yr
t 'd", treuunr.I the lowest prices to be obtained. No canvassing. Send forp81 ,

'' : Rev., J. T. Clear, of Gainesville, The cold weather has driven the There is no padding of prices by us, ticulano Preen Syndicate B ,, '" ,
I '. the convention TUesday every piece of property sold at exact Lockport. N.Y. "'
j" ' preached sermon Yankees So th. The trains are usually
price placed on it by the owner. I
'1' night. Wednesday. morning aj crowded passing through here and we Dancing Slippers Write us your requirements and we

O.MI:', able report on education as read by* surmise that the rush of people south will do our best to please you by FOR KENT .'

.'1. Dr. W. D. Nowlin, of Lakeland. D,. causes the lateness of the trains. showing just the kind of property you t
1 .: desire. H. M. Breaker & C24-tf MRS. SUMMERS, Lakevtew Cot ::
1, C.,,S. Gardner. of the Southern Tbeovloglcal ,
; We hear that Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. b" furnished rooms to 'Board ?
Special at $1.98 '$3
i "g Seminary, of Louisville, followed were optional. 4-tf
"f Lanier have decided to call their baby I FOUR-acre orange and, grapefruit }
: .iK' and; lifted a thousand dollars collection boy Tom Watson Lanier.: We predicta grove with 250 bearing trees, DWELLINGS for rent TiTer. : '
to M.
apply
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.jI,i'M1 for the student fund for youutfministers. .se. them in oar west window five acres muck and ten acres pine 1r'
brilliant future for this youngster : .
land in cultivation and
,' thirty oneacres. -
''J J.. V"JTf.1" If there is anything In a name. half land five-room Y
,
President Carson, of the .convention ; unimproved M
..' "'.' " L. M. WHIDDEN .& CO. box house, good barn and well. The Wild birds Wanted., <"
.
, \\ ; 'y, : *.i\>}Mad a report Columbia College,' of Mr. Kirby Lanier has returned\ to hi. improved land all under good fence. ,

',: ,.., ',*V 3 Lake City, a. Baptist State Institution, work on Lake Okechobee. Mr. Lanier \ This property on the north aideof Wanted wild turkeys and all\ klndarof I

Nt'' "" F \ '.ff'i'It"" ,f:;which I showed that Institution bid, paid la a fisherman and we:learn that Mr. .,..... East Lake four miles from Narcooe- waterfowL 'Write when, you have5SrUS.tlll /;
:,; } 't " see, .nine miles from Kissimnaee. species| condition' and a
,
? ,.rIe'4\
ita indebtedness during the past Wade Lanier will join him in that \ ,
\ year . '
:" '': ,
\.. ft' Price $4,500, $2,500 cash, balance one ton Game ChIDCO age lal- :
w. ": : and",the' .convention was asked for Work. PANSY Tear. H. M. Breaker & Co. and, Va.The '
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4 910,000 this year which will be raised '
.
t 'by pledges. Dr.J. U. Warren has been MAY COME AGAIN GARDNER & ELLIS ]BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof next Layman's '"
r half block located in the best meeting will be ,,
,
h .I' employed as,financ al agent to raise a a held I
r Sunday afternoon at 3 e'clock
hi the Will sell
neighborhood city. at .J
State
$200,000 endowment missions f
Electrical Contractors to who will it to the Methodist church.
only party improve Rev. Frank '
If
I : ;;
e r r occupied the afternoon and Wednesday Special 1 Writer for New York World correspond with surrounding prop Fitch, of Jacksonville will, be therewith

:1 night erty. Full particulars and price to
Visits This a cheery
'
Gty.
tr We Guarantee our Hou e-wlnng to Pass all Insurance Inspection interested party. H. M. Breaker message and will outline J. .
& Co. Sl-tf the Men and Religion Forward Move. a
a Mr. and Mrs T. A. Price of New ,. 'f

York, were in the city the 'first, of the FIXTURE: WORK Let Us figure With YOu? j ment. Some special music has been' ;
SPECIAL FOR SALE-Five good paying orange arranged, and a full attendance Is earn-
; week. Mr. Price is a special writer on .iS. OUR SPECIALTY groves and a 20-acre truck farm, 8acres estly desired. A. Si:'Nelson, Chairman. "'" ,
( ( the New York World and was workingon irrigated, with Skinner system. : '. "

t ".;Committee of One to Florida.s' a story for his paper. He gave this . Alsocomplete sawmill, capacity 10,000 Mr. Frank F. Filch, leader of the '. !l
.. feet per ,day, log carts, wagons and .
.
"
office Men and
call
and Ii
a pleasant Wednesday Religion Forward
on Movement
r
of Newcastle five good mules. Will sell at bargain k ,
? .Yr.W"D. Hoagland. expressed himself as- greatly pleased prices. Investigate. C. Buckets, Kia- will speak at the Methodist church, ":' ;

+.Ky.,,,was a caller at the Valley Gazette with Florida, as he had seen it, thoughhe Peg horn Junction Muck Land. ..Immee. Fla. 40-tf Sunday night. Everybody invited toe, ' ,\ I
office Wednesday. He with number oJ
a
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was lIo'I'ry0 have arrived here during attend this service. _
t' <
of other people of his home town, became FOR SALE OR TRADE-House and ;;)
interested In Florida through the rainy weather, as his idea of lot in Taft. House 20x80. lathed, Florida Is ,1'/ .
the State had been that it was a land Dairy :Farm plastered and papered, five rooms and now attracting more atten-
tention from ft.
+ 'the and he homeaeekers than
reading Valley Gazette, was any
of two D. A. Prendergast ,
perpetual sunshine. Mr.: Price stated porches. state in the Union and Osceola ..
x '.ent investigating committee to county;
as Taft Fla. 4-2t
,
a w that he had about decided to Depend is attracting more attention than'any' ',';
1:; ' prospect around over the state and ..ee"Whether.1t his vacation in this section next sum- f county in Florida. Bend:: 26 cents for a ,
Milk Ten Cents Per Quart
Is "all It is cracked up to 1 3E YOUR OWN LANDLORDWhypay copy of the illustrated magazine edition ,

? yatry'l" ,. :''be." He has beep at Fort Myers, and mer. his If he comes he will probably A Dairy the Crying Need of the CountryThis rent when you can own a homeof little of the Valley Gazette and. you will-, "K t
bring motor boat with him, and will your own by paYing just a learn the reason. 5-tf : ,
t '!.l1 ,,1'', came along: up the coast-to this city, cruise through the picturesque lakes land being mostly rich muck land would produce Hay, Feed and more than rent' 1 have for sale a a

hr- ''; ;where he expects to remain; some time. and rivers south of ,this city, in !search Pasturage abundantly. fine home of nine rooms chicken artesian Nice: New Horn Ott lp. y. '
X'He: is very much pleased with what he The canal running through it affords an excellent/watering place for' water, outbuildings yard, '
+ :, lias not the least pleasurable of special stories. Mr. Price visited stock and also for manufacturing ice. > etc. Lot 150x200. bearing orange f- We offer, for 'a quick sale, a' .w s.,4$: ,.,
Men. : .
-;. 'feature; being the climate. It 19 SL Cloud Wednesday morning and was This farm situated, a public road and railroad leading from Kissim trees, 7 peach and 2 mulberry tree. room house, with hall and two porches, :;
was greatly surprised at the completeness 'mee to St. Cloud Is fenced and ditched. Peghorn depot near It being: a Abstract' given to title; $1,000 cash located '
in the west the' .
t ,below' In when he left terms remainder at 8 cent In- part of city
cero Kentucky of the Wonder natural shipping center where 4 trains pass daily enabling one to ship milk on per .
which he considers
J 'A ;bome. He is also favorably impressed City, twice' a day by rail to Kissimmee St. Cloud and other toW!!.. terest. Ask Mra.. ''Summer the Fine well of water on, back porch, 200 : 1

sl with Kissimmee, _,which be raga: Is a.. a marvel-for a twoyearold.EMINENTTVISITORS. A hundred cow. producing ten quarts' of milk per day at ten cents per amount of remainder: .. 4-tf, feet deep, good barn and .outbuildings. 4 s, :s .

1 4 'omucb than I quart would be as follow.: Also a small 8-room cottage on the rear,1': t \
busier other h.
,. place any 100 cow., 10 quarts multiplied by 10 cents, would amount to' $100.00 I:JCHTWOOD POSTS A. E. Drought, end of the lot suitable .,
C ,- i has aeen. Mr. Hoagland expects to be per day; 365 day. would be $36.liOO-th. gross proceeds per year. The St. Cloud. 4-tf for, rental :: .';
4'' able to make a very favorable report great scarcity and high price of milk as well aa the location and quality of poses.Young, shade trees set in front, Jo."I-;

;, regarding, fertile and flourishing Kis- this Ian4! make the above' proposition'a bonanza that you cannot afford to FOR SALE=; Three residences. One in of lot. This is .-great, bargain for ,t(,

: lmn>... Dr.) Kelley and Dr. Goldsborough of overlook.. Eureka addition $600 one in'Lilly's $1.600 cash If.J'ou'are looking for a
4
l ; ; SOUTHPORT'CANAL LAND addition, $1,500tine i in B... addition home don't fail to see this C'
proposition
Maryland on Vacation Here.Dr. $ ,500. w aten'& Cano Grocery -
,.J\ ,Suffers Serious Mishap. 831 acres splendid\ Orange and Muck Land.has Frost Protection, cap .Company. 61-tf '4-tf H., M., BauEU''Co.t.: r't
I acity for Flowing'Wells, Transportation Products directly from land on .
.
Howard A. and Dr. O ld. -
Mr. Geo. E. Sharp local! of Kelley -
manager to boats. Is ditched and is considered BRAGLAND. .. j
nVJ: lots which U located
'.. borough.; of Baltimore, Md., arrived in 'CIty' on a '
) the Order
Hunter Land Co., suffered a pain- J.'or' Publication
-
Biff Money in Raising Rice Hay nice new five-room cottage, fine view a51In
this city Sunday night, and left Mon .
q? fulandpo.siblyav.ry.serious mishap of the lake, Cool breeces. This
.t 'w"i prop- Ol..al&, 8t. ef rtodda., 1Iey..ib' 'S'I
while day with Mr J. M. Willson. Jr., for'a Hay In Florida sell from $20.00 to $37.00 per ton. erty is located close to the proposed ,COUnt&.. o.c.o.. .
"t" showing
JsV a of
:22i party CoQft17. '
on andteial ,
: be .
, ; raised
r ; hunting trip -of several days down the More than 2 1-2 tons of.'bplandRic., Hay can( per acre on, electric line, on high level lots.. A I
r r ,- 't :prospectors over the prairie. In an efiort Muck Land and also 2 croPS per year. show Barlow. plalatDt:'.. ludor'
't.ll000. Let /
: : ; ', to prove his auto out of a mudhole lake and nver. "L At the low price,of 20.00 per ton on 100' }acres ,we. Would, have the fol-. ,bargain this property., H., M. Breaker us &you Co. lsa A. U peerlur_rd and by John sSIdavli Q. H.Yd app.nded l>lf_u(TfS"TblnLJwrenoIlll .. k

.""; Dr. Kelley is universally recognized: lowing estimate: .' Sled, In ,
( tthe wheel slewed, throwing,Mr. Sharp *i. -. ; ,31-tt the BbO- 4 .that l.ed.rs A. .
as'the. greatest surgeon in America to- Two and one-half ions per acre, two (crops per, yisi. ,' at 920.00 per, ton, ? Heard .Dd John. Q.. Hea..., the dete.danbi'
12 q4, ''to the feroand and passing his an- "' T rein named ". '
Bon-rMats 01
over ott would amount $10.000,00. the state
.100 acres -;
{ day., He Is connected with Johns 'SALE -One ,..fStandard"EDC: at Florldivnd '' '
Hep FQR' kr* mMmu
'ir :' kl..' He returned aa soOn aa possible to 1 I of Peoria. In 1'
: -- "' U .Ooantr) ot U.loa Cad
: .tfBritanniea.\ ; > M.U of Ohio
.e.---, ;.: ,: I ,'this city, but..tlte limb ,was swollen so kins University and, receives dlfecult J" TENANTS, '.WANTED ;,\ 'with clopedia bookcase; $50 If taken vos.at-once.new .".r tb....oU......v..... yean;II-\U and sh.re arc" '
ordered
toN that call noa-rafarat ,
,
-"" "._ ; ;that'I it ws* Impossible: .to:_telL whether and unusual cases' from all'' oven. the 1- : :'If desired would tease.some of the above,daacribed land/to raise Rice;: :One refrigerator, coed as ".w;-) din- be sod M..hereby '.''feednnt.>tb.bill' ,

':.'\ '; r Ii;; ''i any,,,bone* were .brok n. :.An X-ray ex- coantryrDr.:' Goldaoorol th. U;a lira Hay a* we know from past! experience that,,,. rained:.<, .an abundant Crop of T ing" room suite table and 6 chairs;-,1 of Moody oomptolo th.,4th,alec1la MuTeuuo ot .Jblob.011 raid or booto. =;
.
:.. ,' 4amination d. to"be made tomorrow .to th.r of the newly"elected: governor. of it on our muck land at Peghorn'Junction ': ." ',' ;- 'V : J ', ; : .- bedroom-autte.'l; sanitary iron bed, othorw"" Ike day one'of' aid bill *A.U1Mo ...:",
+ \: t /bones there '' Maryland. v.Dr. M' ... U I could get pod:parties, bavins.experience ii\raising bay who arc'well large mirror aJc..ff&mei to t_....af-.lb,:_Id ...t..d......_ .,. .
|If
two-fuuraerMoking'dl .
r ;r.dfecov.rIbroken are .and Ilia further ordered .
1 stove ; thai tbla.-d. b'anb.l
'f.f and abletoVarr7 on farming
with etc. financially
,' ; Kellty formerly came tothiicity ; equipped teams to\ llab""d ones a week fer tour .
,any,: Jn'anjr event; Mr. Sharp will have rail Rice Hay I would agree to furnish the,;land.;trace and ditch it. and, j 'ov4n; tables shelving, etc.,' at' your t. Lb. Ki.d.meeVale'; G--eon.eeuun. a. "" .liar; hpobileaed i
..l 'f 'to use crutches; for.some weekavj every:winter, but) fOl'tht.Jaat two yean build house* and, shed barns for tenants.v ,' .' '.'.k> ,own price. )l1rra.'Rust to too small to lauid rAJQat cod slat.. -paper.:" r '
:---,...' , has been going to Mexico for hie ', f i" ofISAACTiVvLI hold it all. Tilly\ Addition. 1'hIa J.a.arya4u. 91s r r
'.. -\l. :. ,* ?? i i ---/ vacations. ,In theVbove case I_would rent_It Tor one-thlrdj ,the crop. Enquire *' '' 'IIeal1- Aaeapalbirfsiaw "a' ;'
', .. ; .60U ,c ';ri 1
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,
rr'i'f' went down .
The
.. h CoL;.....-,Vane Agnew ,lure of Kissimmee proved .clHk: Clroult Court ..

tea, ," .:.toTampsono'bu.bistmissionThnn-, .;too strong, however;"',and this''doctor ,, lake House f K.s't. itrinieQ.'ei* : :. .Old.newspaper for sale a t'tL 4 office: .'. a-3trz.iart7oaeson Own. ... rasp, Depusy'ierk....aoarebd..I .t'. I ;,"
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rj'. .c: ,l.darplcb: 'a 'lisa. returned to hla finUW''i.: ; ;; :. 4' it 20 cants per;100.. '' ,l". '.;wWa.asa' '. NL'a .. '1 1'I ;.
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