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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 2, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00527
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Mr. A. f. Spawn's Canning Factory 4 i I' '
Handsome t Structure in Gotfiic. Style '
Will Bedn,/ P rations Within ....
To be Next ..
". Commenced Week .
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wandered A couple out of the Valley other evening Gazette toward chaps I { BRICK PAVING IS NOW BEING' LAID ON STREETS ) .upon Preliminary the handsome work 1: will Catholic begin Monday church")

VLf; A.F. Spawn'i canning factory to which Is to be erected In this city. Ijkfr.' i

see what they could tee.. In perfect I I Geo.A. Ledvina, the well known B.4tl.. .
frankness It must be admitted,that theifirstand -- more architect and builder ha drawn

for a time the most impres- the plans and taken the contract torl. _

Walve, thing they saw was mue! They i Ua..wor Un Monday will be erected
{/ wandered along a devious trail marked' a email out building in which the
"...-v wkwardIy out in some by-gone ti re' S 5, i'JI mould. for the artificial stone trim{ 1' d

by an Intoxicated calf, and were led' mlnga will be made, window trim,

over bogs created by the more recent buttresses portal., etc being of his
rain toward the corrugated Iron building .'f rY'ly rA. material. .. |" S1

which they could,! see in the dis- I -. >' The building will be".38x83, feet* '

tance. Yj a dimensions, and will be built, both all i
Right now we wish to remark that if to its exterior and its Interior in the
the canning factory is to become whatit pure Gothic style of architecture. This k

may well become, one of the showplaces e41 splendid ecclesiastical style' will be ,
of the city, a road mUllt'be'grad- earned out to the minutest''detll -01
ed leading directly from town to it. structure and trimming and the church twill

The street exists already, but has never stand as the handsomest edifice of'
been grodedVat all. It is grown up I Its kind in the* city. The aeatlng }
with palmettoes and an old shanty occupies capacity will be 200. '..

a commanding position in the The church! is to be built of brick,'
middle of it. Whether it is the duty yru waterproofed, tinted to the desired t
of the City Council or of the County color The front portal will be of brick
Commissioners this writer wots not, out and artificial stone,'and the platformand a
he doe. wot (whatever that ancient and steps of artificial stone with Iron

honorable word means) that it is some- edger The Interior aisles of the church ,
bod)"'. duty to open up this roadand_ will be of stone- tiling. building - g

put it in shape so that visitors may will cost between >$5000 and $6000.: :
reach the factory Easily. By way of I I This enterprise Is a credit to the

parenthesis, and to emphasize the fore- Catholic church of this city which has
going declaration, we remark that the I MAYOf.* H CLAY STANFORD W. B. MAKINSON held faithfully to its work in. spite of a

editorial shoes are not yet dried and the fact that it had no church home,
Who laid the first vitrified
brick on President of Council which is
cleaned after their mud-wading experience giving
and service only twice a month. The ,
of Wednesday evening. I Broadway. Monday morning Kissimmee its first permanent streets
present undertaking is a large one, anda
t Anyhow, we got there and found less devoted band of people would
Mr. A. F. Spawn, in a pair of overalls, Good streets and progress are synonymous terms. When the first vitrified brick was laid on have shrunk from It.

I paint pot. and brush in hand, puttingthe Broadway, Kissimmee ook a long forward step. Scores'of people, .favorably impressed by well ,,' '

of the finishing building.touches That* how woodwork much . paved streets, will stay to investigate and will become residents, of this city, who would otherwise AN IMPORTANT MATTER( .

faith Mr. Spawn has in his enterpriseand turn aside in disgust and go to some other city. The brick streets are the best investment this city ',(

how In earnest he is over it. has yet made. Exhibit of local Products Should be ?

'1I'We were welcomed by Mr. Spawn
Provided for Washington
with cordiality and shown over the !

plant, aU Ita details being explained.He .' The following letter from Mr. Folsom
has a great deal of machinery in -, ,.r should receive' the Immediate attention
place now. More of it is on the floor of the Board of Traide. The space-for

: ready to be set uo.and.1Wpiozahas '- '" 'A,.>. which the ,local organisation has,cQn- ,
'. been ordered and will be here oon. tracied 'n the Southern Commercial

The long building, made of corrugated building should not be allowed to RO to
iron, has a.fine concrete floor. In waste for lack of a suitable exhibit'of
on. end u the large evaporating oven. "They tell me these brick grow around gan on Monday morning Mayor Stan- left to do was to. remove the surplus and the additional work will be commenced the fine products of this. section. Steps ,i
.. This waa invented by Mr. Spawn and is here," remarked the facetious' visitor ford placing the first one, with a neat dirt in some places, reducing the street ,' it is hoped by March 1. Material should be taken at once to provide an attractive .
'a decided Improvement over the ordinary from the North to the Kissimmee man little speech, congratulating the city on to the proper grade and to'rake and Is on hand now sufficient to .keepa fruits and vegeta ,
evaporator, which Ms a tall cylln/. who was looking at a pile of 'em. "Yes, the work that had commenced, and suggesting acrape it almost to the smoothness. of a big force of men ,continuously busy. bles, together with _photograph This

',,.der through which the heat H es. tak they grow on the brick plants. And now future possibilities' of development floor, .\ .' The curbing baa been, carried three is vitally Important aa the exhibition
ing all the vitality out of the lower we're sowing rem for another crop." | along many lines. 'Admiring There is yet, of course, a 'good deal blocks on 'each side of the street and l room will 'be visited' by thouauida of ,
layers and steaming the upper. In Mr. And there may be more truth In that crowds have followed the workmen at I of work to do on the portions of the around the parkway in the middle of eOple' who are Interested In Florida, '; .
spawn' machine the trays are put in statement than the Kissimmee man all times during the week. The show- street where the brick has been laid. Broadway. Bricks are already on hand and Kisslmmee can and should be represented '
a device that looks like a young Ferris knew, for there is nothing that growsSo ing made,.when everything is preparedfor The street has to be Inspected, all defective for three blocks and more are arriving -something besides blank '' '
rapidly as a useful, progressive pub- the work, is surprising. For exam- brick. removed the interstices wall While this subject
wheel. The hot air goes directly I daily. It is sate to say that the work space. we are on -
through the oven, and as the wheels lic betterment, and from the remarksof ple, the first day the one negro who was 'filled with sand, and the whole thing I will not halt until all the paving author it might not be amiss to suggest
are turned all the fruit receives an hundreds of people who have bee engaged in placing the bricks covered rolled again. The preliminary work ized by the council is completed. that there should be begun at once tho

equal amount of heat, and all the sac watching the operation of laying vitri- the west side of Broadway from Dar : having been completed however, these What this means to the city only years collection of a similar exhibit of pro
charine matter is preserved, giving a fied bricks on Broadway this week. Kis- lington avenue to Stewart avenue, and : finishing touches do not take much time i, yet unborn can tell. The advertising ducts, to be displayed' In this city at

maximum of mitriment. In this plant simmee is not going to be content'until laid several courses on Stewart. He and our people will soon be walking and value of this street work is great, tremendously some place'readily accessible to the hundreds i ,
will be dried all sorta of products, which there are improved streets everywhere laid the bricks as rapidly as six or eight I driving over several blocks of fine paved great. The actual money of visitors who come here every .

will be prepared in the other machin throughout the city. Kissimmee's new other workmen could carry them to him. street as food as any town, big or lit- value to the people of the city ii great. year
ery. The building at present containsa era has begun in real earnest, and he is- Another force of men was at work i tl3 possesses. Its value in the Increase of property The letter from Mr. Folsom follows: ,

shredding jnachine. for carrots, etc. ; not a presumptuous prophet who sees ahead of him putting the finishing The work now being done is that un- values is great. The convenience to "Washington, D. C., Jan. 261912. ; I
in the not distant future brick paving on touches on the roadway preparatory toreceiving dertaken by the City Council "W. B. Harris Editor .
a cocoanut shredder, a coffee roaster, prior to our own people, and to all who use the Gazette, ,
two retorts for processing the canned all the business streets asphalt maca- the bricks. The street had the authorization of the loan for additional < streets is great. But these< goods and a mill for grinding sweet dam on all the residence streets, grano; been levelled..smoothed and rolled with vitrified brick pavement. This most important points. The paving of "Dear Mr. Harris-The exhibition t

potato, cassava and banana flour. Mr. lithic sidewalks all over town, an im- the big'steam roller and the only work will be completed as rapidly as possible the s tree Ti Important chiefly becauseit room of the Southern Commercial Congress 'i

Spawn. will also have facilities for turning proved and beautiful lake front, with a is a sign that Kissimmee has laid by in its splendid new building on the ;-: .1
concrete city dock, a handsome city of H and Fifteenth atreeta in '
the flour into cakes and crackers: her swaddling clothes and has put on comer ,
machinery for making guava and o.ther park and city hall, many new business I the neat and fashionable' apparel of this city, is now ready for displays of .
houses and-a cow less town. These
products of the Southern States.
jellies. He has on hand now, ready for I more mature years. She stands among
use, pumpkins and sweet pota oes. He things are all coming and are comingsoon I I her sister cities all\ diked out in her "Florida has the beet space of any of
"' want. more of these, and also wants to the best town in Florida In I REMEMBERThe I Sunday-go-to-meeting best, and invites the states. It faces the entrance on '
light of recent progress this is not at alla Fifteenth street, haa the best natural \
cassava and expects within lees than a folks to stop in awhile and visit Kis ., I.
week to have the plant operating.We rash prediction. simmee Is no longer a little prairie light, and is the first to be seen. The
Mr.'C. W. Dann stated to Gazette '
a post in the center of the has "
feel. safe in raying that no other hamlet. She is a young city, live, progressive space on ;
city anywhere has a factory as inter representative on Monday that when he Board of Trade meets next Monday night. aggressive, commanding the each of its sides the name of a Florida ..
this th its machinery or in its took his office as councilman and sug- attention city, to-wit: Kissimmee, Jacksonville \1-
esting as This is an important meeting. There are matters to be and respect of other cities ev
the of brick
products. Aside from the usual evaporating gested possibility pavingfor erywhere-and Pensacola and Miami, but no displaya tie
nothing can her
the city, a resident declared that he discussed effecting the vital interest of the city. stop have been
placed. not ,
and canning processes, the products growth. Most favorably located, witha Why get your
are'all specialties of Mr. Spawn's would eat all the bricks that were laid There are ono or two propositions to be submitted folk. together and make a showing for "
invention and which have been proven during; Mr. iann's term ,of office. Mr. which should receive the attention of every member. superb climate, with remarkable agricultural your community Get there first and it
Dann is till a councilman and some local resources, Kissimmee in the
successful in his longexperience. Sweet rsident-hame unmentioned The Board of Trade should be, without any exception, past only lacked one thing-the spirit' will pay you."Texas .
potato flour sounds ridiculous, but it a Maryland and West Virginia
has been successfully made, tucceasful- big job ahead of him, for a certain the most important organization in the city, giving of progress. That spirit has been grow- are the only states ao far that have t ;

0" ly turned into cakes and bread, has short, chunky negro, working for the energy to every forward movement. It can only fulfill ing on her in the past three years. It anything on hand, 'but are far from y

been eaten with- delight by scores of Alabama' Paving Co., is laying bricks its purpose through the earnest united enthusiastic has now gripped her people. Kissim- being complete. The Southern railway _
now, at the rate of several thousand a efforts of member. Come out next and twa or three bureaus of \be'U. S.
particular people, and has received the every Monday night me will continue to ;
day-a pretty big meal for one man, grow year by year
approval of food experts as a particu- even in this land of good appetites.The I until she is one of the greatest inland Agricultural Department have fine dis
plays."I .
larly nutritious article of food. Guava
actual work of laying bricks be- cities of this
jelly is already recognized as a deliciouspreserve u __ __ great state. am glad to note the continued
while the of ; I prosperity of the Gazette, to Judge it
preservation various
Valley Gazette on Wednesday he stated Kissimmee. Mr. Hamilton h'-been
; ordinary table vegetables has COULDN'T STAND IT A GREAT CHANGE from the increase in the, number of pages' . .
that he had found everything just as itwas contemplating a change of climate on .
and the volume! of advertising you ii.
been accomplished.Mr.
successfully repreeented to be, and he U going account of his health and that of his
has of land at carry. Yours very truly. w
Spawn ten acres Just Had to Come to Kissimmee to stay right here. He will send for daughter, and a number of places had ,
the factory which he to Dr. Kelley Is Astonished at ProgressIn -MOSES Fot: or.Do .- .V
propose. his family and make this city"bl. home. been suggested to him, including California , :
1 and use aa a sort of experimental farm. After Reading Valley Gazette.Mr. I' i1
Mr. Hamilton paid for a year's subscription Not until ,the Valley Gazettewas Kissimmee you want .ome'faetories'in( IC .
He will shortly erect a second building E. C. Hamilton*and daughter, I to be sent to his brother, and received, .however, did they think simmer' Attend the'Board 'of "Trade .. 0 '
*;to-be used, u 'a broom ,factory. and a Mrs. 0, O. Dean, of Cherokee, Ala., j he expects he will likewise decide to I of Florida, but the picture of KUsimmee Dr. Howard A. Kelley and pro J Golds- M.ondanfellt and help'get.them..J&hW. "
'.little later a third, as a shipping and1iii.lhlna are in the city for Mrs. Dean's health. come here. This la only one of scores 'aattracUveBeaspuseiiltil In -this I borough at.Baltimore.:returned' otFBafr: n t -,.: ", r' '
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department. He will wait
not Mr. Hamilton called at the Valley Gazette of cases of people who have read in the paper overshadowed the call of ail J other urday night from their hunting trip 1 Cbey gota ay 'cosy:deer. "'i. "!
for these building However, beforebeginning Valley Gazette of the attractions and I down the river .
and he
with 'I
places came here: Mr. Hamilton Messrs Fleming ,Dr '
office Wednesday stated that advantages of' this section, have Kelley ,expressed the ..greatest _? i '
operation.The evaporator come '
;din start next' week, the coffee and he was InducM to through I here to investigate.-,-and have become; and, all others who come Iq like spirit. Leitner, and J. M. Willson. 'Jr. They surprise at the growth and'derelop. ." ,

e oeoanUt. department soon thereafter; reading this paper. Some weeks'fgo permanent residents and boosters for I with him are heartily_ _n_. w__"______A._. reported a most delightful, time. On ment of thle section."*thce hbare ,
.tad ,the;canning operations aa soon as his brother called and asked to have his Monday Dr. Kelley and Dr. Colds- fou r-yeas ago. H. was hardly aSte;;irt.. '
the raw product can be secured. name placed'on the County Commission- SPECIAL POSTPONED borough went as theguests of: Dr.. fact, to recognize|tas* the semi_town< .w'
\The factory ought to becomeof 'w. T1ae resew it tile Wion.of il. city, seas J JhWltfnC'trip i'
canning eri list .This done, and Mr. Ham. .... e..auas..wa d doe seeeW .1tIoa eth.. v.u.r ? an automobile 19 a,brief addresstrlhe.maasjneeirac' t
oea tt. b.n ....
'. clty.vlt the moat I is attractive now an exceedingly placet about intint iltoo/t; after receiving four !copies, could! "teem.:..tora_ed ta..e.eMtiss so seed that.":k tile fleet h.a.'i found....-Im.a.dal._b.e to__wW n be t.dy........w TIoe.---two...'.'V. from'thi.fay $Bonnet Creek '....turaI I!DpM' Methodist! fharch fSnbday,'a rpt. i t c ,\ 'r tt,
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'\ THE ''VALLEt GAZETTE r February*,2 :1913'
Pago 2 KISSIMMEE nor '"- , l
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St. Cloud ]" KISSIMMEE PARK [I ..,

r P Is Sent Complimentaryt ;'

During the.last few week everything "t, '.
OON'JPAYCASI1.: T. C. ROBERTS, Correspondent. has been booming' in the Park.. All the a*

.Comrade D. H. Gill has hi* sister, prairie land in .block 6,--10, 11 and 12 '_ receiving this piper bo are not

Mrs. Lenora berts, of Alberta Province has been plowed harrowed and fencedand regular subscribers: must not think that it b, '

.' IF It Isn't Convenient Can, visiting him; and expectsher would have been planted but for ,
to remain the balance of.the winter '- the- heavy rain Tuesday morning. Thin the intention of the :publishers to later' demand "

-- has delayed matters somewhat, but the of them. the subscription: price,' as it is

3 4, Cart L. D. Frost left Tuesday '{iasl farmer who are doing the work in- mailed' to them complimentary by our J3oard'

:: ';; By our easy weekly or monthly convention for Orlando of to the attend Episcopal the.Seutherr,
t payments i as best accommo commence planting" next week. Thereare
He the
is the delegate to the convention acquainting them with many advantagesand I
and enJoy the St. Cloud mission. eighteen ten-acre tracts on the prai- I
dates you) you can use representing and
this town
opportunities offer
rie that are now ready for potatoes.Mr. county
t'r r, your things while you are $ nmrade Cooley was married on last Ore Enge who has been quite ill the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a

paying for them. **We can furn Thursday at 10 a. m. to Mrs. Pooley at during the last few weeks. IB reported
the home of the few weeks to whose name is givenus
Mrs. Bride. After to be very much improved. Dr. Der-' any person

ish your home complete if you ceremony the happy couple went to the byshire is he physician in charge. and if they should desire to receive it regularly .

'1' desire it.Estimates; home of the .groom on Virginia avenue,, The big general store of which E. E.: thereafter would be glad to
we put
where an excellent dinner was served
Fairbanks is proprietor is doing arousing -
gladly given.It by their friends.J. : bufciness. The people in the Park them on our subscription list at the regular

in and R. Hunter and wife, of York and those living back of the Park as far rates.
will pay you to come Beach Me., arrived last Tuesday and back as ten or twelve miles are doing I > '

look at our stock and get prices.Kissimmee took rooms with F. P. Wentworth on business at this store, saving a boat C. ,

Carolina avenue. They expect to remain ride to Klsalmmee. 0
the rest of the winter. During the last few days Mr. Blan- --- ------- - -

a.' chaine of Ossian Iowa, Messrs. Kem-
The'regular meeting of the St. cloud
r merer and Whitehead of Qreensberg
Association held in G. .
Agricultural was Pa.;Stemple and Pfund of Youngstown,
Furniture Co. A. R. hall Tuesday afternoon. Presi-
Ohio; Mr. Traskof Grand Rapids, Mich.;
dent Wentworth chairman of
Mr. Meyer of Grand Island, Neb.;;
tee on by-laws reported and the bylaws a '
+ Messrs. Jaax and Wlssler. of Minneapolis -
were adopted in their entirety also -
) ; ] Minn., and Mr. Howe of Khode
the order of business was reportedby
Island, were visitors in the Park this
the committee. Lecturer Kinney I
week and all of whom are land owners-
conducted the following program:
Reading by Mrs. C. S. Cooper. The
I The well close te the general store
question of potato culture was introduced NEW'GOODSARRIVING
has been completed at a depth of 223
i. by Mr. Smith and discussed by
feet and a splendid flow of water ob-
Lecturer Kinney and .others. President
l tained. This makes the twenty-fourth
Wentworth reported that the University -i .
J:' fOR of Florida] had advised us they flowing well in Kissimmee Park. .
; -. Dr. W. L. Rogers of Shelby ville, Ky. I ,
would hold a meeting here Jan. II: and : spent two weeks in the Park occupying
the president and secretary were made :
a room above the general store and taking -
a committee of reception, and to make !
; his meals at the Enge hote while he
arrangements for the meeting The
UN limit : made arrangements for the clearing of
next [meeting will be held in G. A. R
J And Arrive Now
his timber land and the building of a to Daily
hall on Thursday, Fvb. 1. i
home bn hrs beach front lot. His flowing -

4y Congressman Carl Anderson of Iowa I well was finished a few days beforehe ATKATZ

with Mr. Porter and Senator Lynn, of left to bring bis family down.

4; P) WALLACE FARM: 87 acres of land 67 acres of which is splendid Washington, paid St. Cloud a visit ]last Mr. Joseph Kloer of Greensburg Pa.,

hammock land and about 20 acres of high pine land. The hammock Monday. who has 22J acres on the northeasternend

t- ,f land is very rich and fertile. about 15 acres of it being; cleared, 10 of the Park, is having Mr. Potts
] of the
About twenty couples
4 acre of which is planted to oranges grapefruit and tangerines, with his mules get his land in shape for
people enjoyed a Leap Year's dance at
about half of this grove l Is in nice large, thrifty bearing trees the planting.We .
the Uttz amusement hall on Thursday 'E
balance younger trees just coming on, perhaps 3 acres of which have find by careful examination that
(M been planted about one year. Flowing wells can be had anywhere eighteen ten-acre tracts have teen

tc over this hammock land, there now being; flowing wells on the pro- Sam Brammar, of St. Cloud, has planted with citrus fruit in the Park .

perty, one of which is 130 feet deep and floWs about 100 gallons per been visiting at Tampa the past ween. and eighteen ten-acre tracts on the prairie -

t minute.: This land is also very fine for trucking and farming. There The Pennsylvania Association met in are now ready for planting potatoes. ,
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t'. is a 6-room house 2 large porches; have a beautiful view of the Lake G. A. R. hall Wednesday, Jan. 24, and Quite a number of muck land lots back == = -=-: "'::""::" = -

t from the porch and also see the town; house surrounded by large, was called to order bv President Bower. of the beach front lots are also ready.

spreading live oak trees, green the year around, also beautiful palms Opening song, "America." The min- The tracts owned by Messrs. Phillips

with a banana grove on the west; splendid chicken yards; pictere- utes of Dec.'27 were read, and approved.The Hamilton, McLean Wells and Kline reIn

que.. nice nome and excellent property; good'stables, corn cribs, hay treasurer reported no money on remarkably'good shape and th far-

mow Mid wagon and tool shed. This property is owned by a nonresident hand, and a collection was taken'up mers inform would have been plantedbut Dress LinensNew

. who desire to sell and will give favorable terms of pay- amounting to $2.25. The following officers for the rain Tuesday morning.

s ment. We want to correspond with you about this property or showy were chosen to serve one year: We noticed a few days ago the beach

y you. John H. Degraw president; L. Q. Bower front purchasers' on the hotel site addi- Weaves and Colors

1 The lame party owns 390 acres of land less than one mile from the first vice-president; J. F. Burbank tion and were informed by the manager
\ city: limit of Kissimmee and the north part of it about half! a mile second vice-president; J. W. Walker, that the following people had purchasedand

e from a railway station. This land is good citrus fruit land, also good third vice-president; J, M. Anderson nearly all of whom will build homes .

t A farming and trucking "(and. Will sell the two tracts together or secretary; Mrs. Ella Kenney,treasurer; there in the very near future. All ..
/ separate, as..may .be desired on favorable terms of payment Rev. Frank W. Kenney, chaplain; Mrs. these tracts are between the new' dock .

: BROWN FARM: This farm contains 40 acres located X mile from Calkins, chaairman program committee.Two and Mr. }Rigffan's home: L. A and C. : I .;'" -;,,,.r': r

from railway station, 4 miles from Kissimmee. 25 acres of good violin solos Comrade Stephenson. H. Suhdmacherof Morgantown, W. Va.; A diagonal weave in gray and' lavender, and '

n orange land 15 acres of splendid trucking land 15 acres in cultivation ] Recitation, "On the Shores of Tennessee Miss Anna Carpenter of New Castle, a changeable fancy weave in soft pink, are

; about 1 dozen large bearing orange trees, 1 pear and a few ," Mrs. :3. W. Francher; piano selection Pa. ; Messrs. Wissler and Jaax of Minneapolis especially! new. There are stripes also plain

peach trees. 4-room frame house 2 open fire places, 2 porches, 200 Miss Anna Vincent; song, Minn.; Mr. E. K. Sanford of colors, natural and white.
yards from school and cburch. Cheap at $1600, time on half if desired. 'Grandmother's Love Letters," Mamie Providence: R. I.; Mr. Stowers of Akron -

Baker. Mrs. Calkins stated that she Ohio; Dr. Rogers of Shelbyville,
t OLIVER PLACE: 40 acres of land inside the city limits, all fenced Art linens. linen lawn and sheer handkerchief
had a much lengthier program but would Ky.; Mr. Norcross of Auburn III.; Mr.
and in cultivation; 20 acres of bearing orange grove; 5-room house linens.Mrs..
have to omit some of the best numberson White of Collierville, Tenn., and Mr.
and stable fine $9500 favorable terms if desired.
; account of the piano being locked. Hall of Youngstown, Ohio.

e, l HAMEL FARM: 23 acres of splendid] land just outside the city Comrade Degraw took the chairand; appointed Mr. Oliver county surveyor of Osce-

l limits, fine marl road leading to the house, 6-room frame' house, Comrades Bower, Curtis and ola] county is now surveying in the lower .

;; ei h porches on front and one side; 3 room servant house; horse barn; Hill] as a finance committee. A good part of the peninsula which the com-

; : cow stable; chicken house; beautiful yard with ornamental shrubberyand time was spent together, and about 76or pany expects to put on the market in a

fine shade. More than 210( Learirg oiunge( trcts. Cheap at 80. Adjourned to meet Feb. 28. few days. The manager; of the com-

14500 terms if desired. Scotland in story and song will be pany informs us that in the northerly E. L. Pearce
r' all the tracts have been 1,1
in the M. E. Church Tuesday nearly
LINDSEY GROVE: Inside the city limits 3 acres of fine bearing given ,
: of the best local talent sold there being left only two five-acre
; i grove capable of producing 1,000 boxes of oranges per! annum. House evening some
"l of 7-rooms near the center of the grove, also large stable and 2 will be assisted by Mr. McEween the tract in block 9 and two or three In

it building sites 10Q feet square each. All for $3750 on favorable terms. New York tenor smg r. Admission 25 block 20.

Owner is a non-resident. cents, proceeds for the joint benefit of The steam sawmill is now being run

the choir and library. by Mr E. K. Sanford of Providence. .
OVE&STREET!: GROVE: 40 acres of good land about 4 miles from R. I., assisted i by Mr. Thompson who - e
Mr. Lon Colvin and Miss Kate Con-
1 Kissimmee H miles from railway station; 5 or 6 acres of grove; was connected with the mill some time '
i good proposition on which to build a fine home. We want to intro- roy were married at the home of the when it was owned by Mr. Peters. 'i
bride at Orlando January 21, 1912. ago We will Wash for Youbut
s duce you to the owner of this property and you car,,buy a bargain. After a few days spent at the home of The gasoline mill Is i now in operationtoo

WINSTANLEY LAND: 10 acres of fins land in Pinedale about J4 the groom, they will be at their homein Mr. Harrington having recovered M
not iron. Bundles called for and
from his recent illness.
mile from the new canning and evaporating fruit and vegetable Orlando, their many friends wish
Mr. Nelson has completed a home for delivered promptly. Terms 5c lb.
factory; splendid location; excellent land; fine place for raising them a long and happy life. : a ,
-.---- his son and wife opposite the home of furnish and starch i
grove; chicken ranch or trucking. $75 per acre on favorable terms. you to soap
This addition is just outside the city limits. Slow Progress.A Mr. Potts. There is quite a little settlement I
% friend met a youthful and lazy at that end of the Park, taking Drop a card to |M| S. SHUPE B cit 663

PINEPURST: A beautiful location overlooking the city and lake author on the street. the homes of Nyman, Krause, Kloer, 52tpdMasterpiece f

House of 4 large rooms porch in front and rear; beautiful pine trees "How Is your novel getting along7" Nelson, Potts and Kimber.We .

coming up near the house; 294 feet frontage on Hudson St., in he asked understand that Mr. Trask of -- e+'
? + Eureka Addition; fine healthful place to live with school and church "Oh, I've begun It," answered the l
Grand Rapids, Mich., has bought the of Advertising.
the suburbs of Kissimmee. Price author proudly. The two did not meet
in $1350 terms if desired. .
w advantage again for several weeks. At the next property of Messrs. Cahill and Brough A physician of Montpeller, France, Wood's Seeds

f? ROLFE FARM: About 60 acres of land ]less thnn 1 mile from rail- encounter, the friend again asked: ton and will take possession in a few was In the habit of employing a very I ?

way station, school and church, 4 miles from Kissimmee. Part of "Well how's your novel?" day CORRESPONDENT.Brother ingenious artifice. When he came to II For 1912. .
4, this is superior citrus fruit land the balance good farminn and truck The author paused a moment a town where he was not known be ,

.1 ing land.. Several acres ready for planting to grove; about 20 young "Let me .ee" he said "where fId Dickey Explain. ordered pretended the to public have crier lost to his dog. and I Our New Descriptive Catalog -J l .
offer with
r i orange tree; one acre in sweet potatoes. Good 4-room house newly] I tell you I was In It when 1 saw you "I got no sarmont ter preach to- beat of drum a reward of 25 louis *o i i. fully up-to-date and Cells aU e
! fw painted, nice porch in front. Price $40 per acre, favorable terms of the"You last said you'd begun It," answered" day;' sal
x:22" payment: the friend. 1 put my presence In dls yer The crier took care to mention all the Garden and !
yer pulpit I preached a garment wbat title. and academic honors of y '
' ,vr PINEDALE: This splendid] addition i is the highest laud about Kis ''WeU-I'"e still begun It." con- wui so powerful hit ont six sister the doctor 'f
a*> well a* Ills place of residence. '
r't't'' 4 .Immee, beautiful.view of the town and lake very fine for surburban teased the author guiltily. I off In a trance an' dey ain't come to He soon became the talk of the town. Farm Seeds. :)

x Conie) with school and church privilege; excellent land for trucking not ylt causin de law ter Kit after me. "Do you know" say on*, "that a fa- Every farmer and gardener t;'

and orange growing. Divided off into 6 acre farms with price Barred From House of Common. haze dey ain't conscious enough ter moss physician ha come here, a very should have of this '.
a cata-
i ranging from $250 to $376 per farm. Half cash balance on time. An Irish peer was expelled: for directing rise up an' make a Irrln' far dey hus clever fellow He must be very rich. 1 log which has copy I long been. ;
.. < W* also have some 2 acre farm. In the same addition. a lottery while for organizing bands. 1'opp..r fire come down for' ha offer SB louis for finding hi* recognized '-, r r,"
T - a "Charitable Aaao laUoo- of shady on me at dat time Tom de glory-Ian'. doc." The dog wa* not found, but ..a st&adard authority. ;I
"MANY UTUKK KARMS" 'ANinN ETMNTS: udwoold I be glad--- .. ,W some er 70U 1* enOiarluble tienu 1 war*. pa foi ti>* full ivi cop tmt |_inftinnmsL :

7 to correspond with anybody who desire a more healthful, delightful. other were snot out In,17'0. 8tele enough ter say 4at de fire orteroorened tion which'it gird. /
' climate among the raits and! flower. of the Xatler was prohibited the nous* me tr a fraaalel J Ola la no We are for ,
tor maliciously' Insinuating that 'the time fir a powerful preher lair me I" heaJgytfters. ,
') rottant sueoessioA la the bonce of Atlanta Constitution.Hletery $1 t lor $2 per Acre per Month Grass and acmr *Seed "k l
UnoT.r Is In danger undr. Jier. majesty's Potatoes Seed (Date, Cow Feu.Soja .-
administration, 'Fiat perhaps -- -- --- Beans and aftjara Seeds 4 4 4Wood's

'. : the oddest reason for closing tbe doors Repeats I Itself.Cant nay.......... cetery 'ana. P.irlR; ar- f Ju> ic*** ' .
NELsON REALTY COMPANY. of the gauss cI common upon a,manU say that the world 1* *...> t..U. ..n KMreat.**. s................ Descrlpthre Catalog: maued J '

i ,. to,be found In tn. cue ol Mr.'..... Uq'a bit smarts' *." asserted fran4fa. fl.! **.....,..*....*.. ,.reve.letrlct, free on request.;'.':Write for. it. .
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February I, 1911 . ?\ :f ,rr .. / ... .'1 l .. -K,THE' KI881HMEE _''VALLEY GAZKTTLSilyer .. ., :' a ."e7.fl I

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'' -' ..- stance..there- was the ibsenci of hot .
' -' rREEZRY:SEVERE t pS'- , -
'; \ \ ..: : !sultry, day-salter; the frigid nights, preventing DEMONSTRATION'" !- .
1 .1 the rapid breaking,down of the, ,
: .. Evidence Accumulates.: .Great Dam- sap cells in rind'and inside tissue. On h \

: : : ., ',.---1.k i California, Citrus fr its. account California of oranges,the thickness both carry gi the well'rind and :, FARMING: WITH : .:

Th. foling is' from *. Hlllsdale, resist cold. Only prolonged low ten*,
; II t; ,wareNbtbng Mich., daily>Tbe irrlU'r is-' a"Hlllsdale peptureadeatto,1, the continuity of the N"'i\'g' i
h +, man.. rJMdent in California:. tissues.and force decomposition.. In almost D Y( ;IT E
",1., W. Shepard writes that the freeze every section thtre;isfa oeajtalp
, > > __jii"f
h was so severe about Loa Angeles that extent of Orchards unfavorably planted: M

ranges "were frozen on ihe,tract and orchards that will ultimately have. to

... PYIi. packing, alhcloe.d and come out., It nowlooks, as though next. .
.. tuslness,of j H kinds M very dull.! ", yearis the time decapitation., JHere,
The.foregoing' If an authentic state 'the cold Is .much) more severe, coming

m nt of California conditions,'from, 'a early in the .evening and staying late "
,' has ever been found substantial and reliable man,who would Such orchards produce fruita most an- J,i,< I rn ;

C' that. 1 lends. the';same. atr of ,arise' lave no object in, misrepresentingtbg nually,"that 1* unfit to eat. This year

1 -tocraov- ,bhe home aa.. .. acts to hU home paper. ,.The.clipping all) this tram is utterly unfit to>hip. In J
' was brought to us by Capt. J.L. Friable locations a little more favored the exact
.... who }U personally, acquainted with condition of tae fruit cannot. be determined .
(55 Our stocky. the most complete. andcomprehensive Mr... Shepard.' pn the tree' before the middle or ,U
( Evidence accumulates'that the freeze latter part of January, .-bU.ln' the favored .:. S
y collection this beautiful tide..I Wo Aretree4.
Drew, bees.rt. s Dttote d.N
districts it M sound _
ready Ufshfp,
was the most disastrous In the history a
r Ware south of the-large Eastern cities. We of.the citrus fruit Industry California.A and :wholesome, right now. It U up to

have searched the' world's markets" and prominent orchardlst of that state, buyers and consumers as tq what they' 6 r i .e.

1. 'e have'THE BEST. ,tortuTconducted: a special investigation want. What the proportion: unfit oranges l

I. for the New York Packer lays that is I cannot now haxard- an estitimate. 1 1I
-. Solid Sterling Silver Tea 'Set-;five The
:- I...) none of te growers now dispute this Le.t'packln'"" men
r ., 4 r. pieces, plain design.. $9 ..OO.I fact! It was only by the most heroic cannot do this for two weeks more +

I '' .Ii' Solid Dinner Set-4.'pieces efforts, he''declares, that In. the more .This I was glad notice, however and I a'Dmnko.eao.Ipaotosnpb.
Ii' Siver After* $O.OO exposed sections.:any fruit 'was laved. that js.that all old and reliable pa ltln'g-
*- creamer, and tray -* !' '
1 pot sugar w
With reference to this article The Fiords managers, without one exception
Sandwich Plates.solid sliver, $16 u
w Grower editorially not going to send East this
. : :' Bread Trays. solid silver $16 up. says YOUR raurr.: year anything that Dr. Wiley could possibly
t RpLo
Salad owls solid silver, $20 up.
. .7' ;take One
exception to.
. In the manager
another column is an article on
: 4 Bqn Bon Dishes, solid silver, $20 up.
true situation written by In a district noted for the excellency of .....'.
Baskets solid silver, $12 up. : California Tea osMl.swisssNworth' of celery.e ,
S. is. Sugar G. W. Waterbury of Corona\ ;, CaL, to Its fruit stated he would not ship out an .. ft. .

A larg?,stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all: sizes, I Tbe New York: Packer. Mr.; Wat, r- orange 'for two weeks,: until certain Coma and.leara:the,modern.polelc.,.ebmap and

;V. styles and fo$> all uses. *** bury u one of the best posted men In that the grade was going to be correct. eats way to VM th. otsmt tore, of draamHe to "
California and writes conservatively on Some tiuft-wilt be sent out unfit byeertaln -

'.i' I We engraft all silverware., when desired free of cost the damage done by frost and. high, enterprising hustlers, no doubt, Remove Stamps. and,,Bonders. ,pia' i Trees. 'Wfl, BNch ei.
and"it Is to the Eastern' ) \

Plate We Flatware have a,fire engraves) line of,like the Sterling Oneida Community and is guaranteed Triple Plus for winds.From his 5 article it will be seen that I spotthat fruit up and respectfully decline Break Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Prpdace Big Crops.,

the has Its acceptance. Just as surely he will
damage done to the orange crop '
... forty years. \-f\ 1Q\j.. been extensive and that v.ry few boxes; have to pay this season for strictly first- :
We Handle yVatchea, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, of choice fruit'will leave that state. class stuff, especially if it runs to large. @I UPOkPYNAMITE;
Electroliers, Cut i Glass Hand Painted China,.Sou- Owing to these conditions every grower sixes.: .

venir Spoons, Silk Umbrellas -=, -:. -:- -u. la the state of Florida' should bold his !'In summing up the .situation.B.. -; WU1'Bs'Demonstratsdon. tb. aTana ol, '., .
I late fruit as long as possible shipping Woodford of the Exchange, says that
We are especially equipped to care for all mail orders. Our to market slowly. Above'all should he there will be 10 per cent damage by frost W..B. Makinsotit, Just_ War ofKisslriimee? ,,: -

., stock I is complete., M y .up-to-date.:\ Our prices are in line refuse any price made'by buyers for to the oranges and 25 per cent due to February 3d,. 10 a. m'. '1Red
with all legitimate buslnaakhouses.'XLltc6oDS considerable future delivery, as the unprecedented high* dry winds since '. 5 ,

4 - --- ( bound to and by-ho4d- laatOctnba] ; f.....- 2B -- UroerDlwsmtte-ts -it.rdWa.-1o'ta1Id';' '
= GUARANTEED .Teapeu.ntfratand
he will more "
ing. realize for his fruit per centtwind.. W. B. Makt- oa Co.Agricultural . '
.1 )
We are members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association, than he has in years. Especially those 10 per cent wind-It all works out the E..ater Wante'cL J' '
and,refund the.fare of visiting shoppers subject to the rules of the who have late Hart's Tardiff and Valencia same-namely, about one-third l less oranges : 6. .?.... ..---'p.okaLIew..

Ilation. *, as these oranges in May, June and for the East this year; in all I some ... -. I.eori! aS We Sill -Ja you she work .*1 help yes pi a. V limmuit.eased.Ass fbas.
@f July will bring around 95 a box f. t>. b. 15,000 fewer can, o* 30,000 for: the sea 1'--- .ad .n w ......*.* JTM al U .....t.JMhaS) KU dill iLe..;fM kesa

.a ... or higher. son. The wind Will play an Important .
facttnrttrthe lessening of both orange '. II
Following are extracts from Mr. Waterbury "

The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. "Southern' article California: has experienced and Morgan lemon'of Lemanda' shipments Park this,in the year.district M. Doze.LoniEB's. .I\\rnnw$$ A JIUEJaJ

"THE OF QUALITY'! the severest freer in nineteen years, almost untouched by frost, stated tome . : .
that the unfavorable winds of the put
probably in the history of the Navel orange
Distance Phone 698 The Oldest and Largest Insurance Ag.ncy'ln Osceola' County
V Local Long and the Central California sectionof two months would cut his shipmentsdown -
.4 410 FRANKLIN STREET the citrus industry has fared little from 500'to 400 can this year. FIAt. LIFE!: "ACCIDENT' HEALTH- ,
FloridaVegetable better None of the growers in the various Conditions were the same at other places -

.; Tampa representative sections disputethis especially at Rialto, where the frost .

l-8t : it is already history. The abruptfall only took what the wind had previouslyleft .

in temperature on Christmas night'mentioned on the trees as undesirable Mr.,
in last -week's 1.lue'or the Chase of the National Orange Compan__ '

TT" .- .. Packer was followed by almost! equally with"groves at Riverside and Corona :D R IEW: S
disastrous declines on Friday and Sat,. along the upper foothills, says the late '

'" urday nights of the same week; and the damage from dry winds and frost Is the

.... citrus tree, burdened with the largest wont ever experienced, and' James THE BIG'. JACKSONVILLE.: HOUSE, *

) and finest cropS ever produced in Southern Mills, who controls 3,000 acres' of line .' ... .
and lemon land in the Arlington : FINE STATIONERY ,
Growers : California fought out the battle orange upper '

with the Frost King in the.still, cold Heights district, near Riverside,, .Forv, ,, ,', ,i,, '. ENpIiAYING find, I ,' ,v-
hours of the night. will be around one-fourth of .the crop. .

Banner Cropsof :" "This does not mean that the citrus believe. this Is.a conservative estimateof Better'i DIE' STAMPING. "

.. crop of Southern California is going to the loss. .5 5
,Service nooKs'
be a failure, nor that good fruit, sound 5- J| ",

Florida are made will, IDEAL FERTILIZERS. The formulas have attractive California and this juicy season., is not What going Is meantis out of No Reason For It in ARTIST'S, SURVEYOR'S. and

been created through actual field work and exactly meet the needs of DRAFTS.Mf '
that the quantity j of Rood, fancy fruit N i'S MATERIALS;
the grower.. Why not get the Best, especially as it is .the Cheapest Supplying ,
is to be enormonsly cut down, and thata .'
When KiMimtnee Citizens Show the KODAKS *:.
large percentage will or never .
Ideal Vegetable Manure Ideal Celery Fertilizer leave the grove pacing-house. If it Way. Your S'rORflNG GOODS !'
Manure Ideal Lettuce Fertilizer
a Vegetable does it, should be at owner's risk and '
, W. &T.'.Special Mixture No. I Ideal Tomato Fertilizer and eastern freight rates will have to There can be rio just reason why any; Wants SOUVENIRS, ETCV: w

Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure Ideal Bean Special be paid by some one. reader of this will continue to suffer the 4

Recce's Special Fertilizer for Watermelons The encounter between the frost and tortures of an aching back the an- ... EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE .'. \

Call on our local representative, the growers was not without dramatic noyance of urinary disorders the dangers PRINTING, BINDING, LITHOGRAPHING

e & Carson Co. interest. Special trains with exclusive of serious kidney ills when relict "
right of way sent out from Los Angeles
l f' Is so near at hand and the most positive
, or address with oil for the smudge pots that had 45.49 W. Bay St. Jacksonville..FIL
that these ill. be cuVed.
exhausted from long service proof given can
two cars of oil and thirty tons of coal Read what a Kissimmee citizen says.:

Jacksonville, Ha. burfrad in a- night by one large lemon! J. E. Bass, Mabbette,-KissimmeeFla. - -- .

company; in one section an army of ., says: "I"have taken Doan'a Kidney -
:) men that silently passed from tree row
Pills oft and on during the put live
Iy to tree row replenishing empty oil pots RULL.BASS
in the darkness of the night for two er six years and I consider them, rem The MARKET:

r straight weeks; growers that went to edy of merit. I had kidney trouble for .

bed one night after looking out over several years and I suffered Intensely! Burden Building: One Block from Depot
S. S. BUZZA & SON healthy vigorous groves and .the next flom a lame and aching blAck Doan's
morning to look out over' trees that '
Florida air kinds. e
t Kidney Pills have been very beneficial Fresh .
showed the new growth hanging weak MEATS.ot .
F, I Cement' and Concrete I and lifeless over the sides! of the trees. in relieving my trouble. I keep a sup- and Western ., *,

In some cases the results of a year's in the house all the time."

Work .of all Kinds work vanished in a night time. In the For sale-by all dealers. Price 50 etaFosterMilbum POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH":

...J SIDEWALKS SPECIALTY were proven saved.foot hill In locations other districts the oranges persistent Co.; Buffalo,N. Y., sole Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free 'l" **_ i

""" ,.,\!!-J. Residence PJiope Mabbette Street smudging did the work quite thor agents for the United States. Delivery U any part of Vie pay; ,,Thone! /89Advertising .' ,' ...;

-f I! Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave.. oughly, raising temperatures 10 to 15 Remember 'the name-Doan's-and .< . .. .....
., degrees, saving-the fruit and preservingthe take no other. "'!.f
, .. ..q foliage. It was most costly, especially r .

IL .. in the case of the lemons, but it Big Bargain In a Home. *- T, \ .1'0"- '

r h. ....N. NNNNNNNf paid, and paid wail : ,f .,.Lorig DistsncePhone ,. i f .)
house Inside
R "Never before have the cold nights Splendid new six room just :', 28 '' ., '
,, : i.,. EMILJnACH, ERNEST MACH. been so uniformly low in temperature talus city two limits acres fine of deep ground well, good lotcon, new- "f .......J .,..,,).
: = .Aat M.s4evd Oll.te.': 4, aa during; the past cold spell In my barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all ..a
: J trip through the representative sections I under good new fence. Fine location is the .:{ .'
: t saying right thing
t : l'-t :'.: :4.c: :aaO/S.: of the'citrus industry was Constantly for small truck garden or poultry aanehThis 1
ia fine propoeitionwhere
4 a you
\t I, 1* ..' r running; against a minimum of 22. degrees will have Use freedom of the country, at the ,n httime.': : ,

: : 3very, f eedranct Sale 'Stable 1 on Christmas night. yet Close*enough to enjoy all the advantages "') ., ".t
< ; : ; : ) ; )
; ""That, the frost did more damage.tothe of the city such as splendid high .. .in ;the! .,rightWayi
school 1, best markets.. churchetc.. .:
Agt ,Iuternatioaal.Hnrvesting Co. 4V ..lemons:than, to the. oranges there ... \\i ,1" .
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Price $l, OO. H.I. BREAKER & Co.; '
'. .. ; :': ''i ( 2** : k . .... .... ; 'We make snecialty of lanning preparing _
} -J. V can be,,DO doubu'"- That wu apparent In i48-tfj, :"W f p- ( IT.r. a p ,, ;f
: . ek ,. '\ . literature l-CODduetlng for '-'
I s. .. G. : every section:jrlsiUKL:""Th.1A1-h11; 1 ; 1' : :, caiypalgTi
; : : -LaM C rTndeuntct .
>| *T-CT'fil'iff'A. .- s ayirtwr lli'iiii iM> MlrtUi 'JUW<>JP'riryiiaTBl' ( >||sjiiiiap| SJtii i f.Wllj g jppnrr HiiTlHfiP'ii>*fi|,iimaiiniTir ; ofth".lemat besot hardened mp8lt .. -- "
i r. In'Gw ; ... I "' 'r" 4 5' palities and Individuals( ,;,. : .
:.. 'Everything l new and first-class:; "Yieie d 'prompt sufficient to withstand the cold, and thatportion ,} Neid/d"gneounp.'mpnt : ; 5

A.?satisfactory.service-day.or: night I .:' ,,: -4?" vX"iSi ?rl .4Ji L of the. exposed! trees wei\t dpwn; -TT;% .f1101J1C; ?poctor-". %ey-tell met :
: eneouragtoaayour
; \, ;:ONE HA'LcF'i3CoCKFnOM.PASSENQEBr7: : : : D EPOX'.,,4: carrying, 'f"d.f;'and.. ,*summer\!blossoms youarelnotedtfor BatleataV1| 'rTb.Snccessful, Old DoctorrveLS GLENN-REAGIN "DVERTISERS', ':
withi It. M I .
1'-- ,* if z ;- May of nr' wealthl..f/p. :
.Kjasiittnke} ..pia. "t. ,Phone: 113'iic t*;"With oranges the, case'Is"different: fiats think'they are'slek: when there 1 .." '. v;. .: .'

4, , .4 The colds, truck hard,'\but,,there,were ''nothing thematter'wlthlbem: ,::. .. TAMPA. --=..."" 'fLOI/! &.....-:,. : tili:
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Jt.' , NO' 'I I 1 :.: over 1 08 i eol..40..... .rmacyv |. G buying a machine drain! tile to;my. that bus,,Jhave'added '

: '' Stlp lo. the old reliableS.H.&E'.H.FRO . I'iO.ES: ;! Residence b3 S '., Ineea for making: ,drain .'tIle.:..tha(
x ,, ; f.: 'But We must af, I leaSf be progressive ., SOflloe HIS I can make you a better tile"than

T ANNOUNCEMENT OF -untilwe secure tor the great masses ,:. 4 t you can buy outside, tor ,a, Rood t
\, : : I of the people their Just right. 'deal less money. -. ?, a
..ssTaiusiMSO tae Unjust Discrimination--'1"- Freight ryTr Call and see my tile and
', 'AKlTS'' > .Rates' Florida Product*. W. .. WINN': ,'" ,, 1 prices before buying: It will pay d
> COMMISSION MERC I The transportation companies if. ;you;) I will make 8, 4 and 8,in.;
SAMUELJ0HILBUHN I charge much more for''the'transportI PHYSICIAN: :

Manna I tatlon of>Florida products, to Jorthem :, ,B. DICKERSON ;
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\ ". _. ORANGES, I l Leigne markets'haa, they charge for the RmDSNCI PH!)N.SS'1" It.BIIIIU.E.. Broadway! !,-n4. Midland,R.-R.
i I l' ' COllmlllloaeo' I same' class .of products trom, the OrricB ProNe. Y7. ? FLORID

Ieerch..fe Df the Candidate for Congress. Sec-'I(, Northern markets, to Florida,. .. ,
ond District of'Florida. !: This discrimination against Florida G. TJIOMASON .
6 PINEAPPLES VEGETABLES Uslted St.fssl products'Is) Tel")" 'hwUul to> the farmers rp. ,
', --=....t l'j ," fruit growers and truckers of r.ell.ulk..A.a..J.:
) | Florida and can not be justified by r

Southern, Shipping No. 50 THE SECOND CONGRESSIONAL( I the.most adroit"statesmen the 'na Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNNNNNNM I'(1

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA: 1 tion.Congress can and should preventthis Office Phones 74 and 8. Residence 126 < !
rf 319 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK unjust discrimination t

ie'b4' v e RrfereEts: CORNER JAY STREETAet.sNatlossl It. Is usual and proper for' the..candidates formally -. j I power It elected to prevent I shall ibInterstate do all In my DR.B. D. WIENENGA 4 Realty bought and sold. ; I,';,
office to
seeking public \
make known their intentions in Commerce Commission. M Houses rented. .. "
write for stencil If needed. IVETERINARIANI
8I1k.4 anNer' I bell ve the interstate commercecommission
this regard. Conforming to this custom j should be maintained-and StOCK TREATED'FOR jTaxes paid and 1'ittea'ver:4' ,; ::4
t' C..III. A..del 1 take this method of letting youknow DISEASESRabin. ified f5r non-residents.. .
-SOUCITING AGENT WANTED granted powers sufficient to make it ALL 1
tin I that 1 am a candidate for Representative . effectlveA; that It 'should have powerto Fire, Life and Accident InF I(
In Congress from,, the Second make physical valuations of rail- :.?I81? v ORLANDO, Fui\ .
: LOCATION Congressional District of Florida. load property to the end that just and '
In this announcement I shall not take Indemnity Bonds .
reasonable- lor
y k. rate* the transportation ) -
up all UY public questions that willprobably of passengers and freight may DR. N. L. BRYAN ...... rYt....efraFjc'W -'V.-......
become issues In
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i ; t ,.campaign; here I shall I
may be obtained by the purchasers DENTIST -
d! is- briefly express' myself on only a few of railroad stocks and bonds,
public questions, but later on the Economy.One Squires Building The Home Bakery
stump and through the press, I shall of the great principles of 'ourIt'eat New York Avenue: Man"I(I
make known and discuss my position Democratic partyd.ECONOMY 'i} FLORIDA
:: on important questions upon which In which I am a firm-believer. 'When Takes this opportunity to thank ,;

( Elite Hotel the people may desire aa expression. .we look upon) the extravagance; of the the good people of this city for, r
I adhere to the faith that the
i PeG Republican party and some Democrats OK. their liberal patronage and would '
; 't
who hare a habit of adheringto DENTIST. also take-'thls' means to say that .
Republican policies) we 'are impressed
t with the necessity of putting our limited facilities for 'making* ,P.: '

RESTAURANT in' Connection this principle Into practice. Upstairs in Katz Bulldioir. goods will prevent (for awhile) our ;bbu
e I call attention to, the Federal pension &. m. t.o 12 "'+
Orce HOURS: f general delivery to all parts of the '
bill passed by the house of representatives 1:30: to 1I:30p.: m. 1
Reasonable Prices of the United States Con Telephone. No. 76 Jun 5. IvrTR. city. Quality and variety will be ((1;,..

... Increasing Federal .pensions maintained always. Our nice ; J'

( dollars annually. I believe In liberal HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso ::1
pensions, but I do not believe In this DENTIST
wrf enormous and lIDpre0e4ented..1ncrea.eof
PfiShe 109 H. E. BRYAN, ProprietorBeajnan : i -
t Federal pensions. If it becomesa
---.y- Office over Cole's Jewelry will be ready mornings and afternoons
'w' law we can not hope for a proper -
A development of our rivers and Office Hours: 8-15, 1-6 and a nice variety of PIES:

\ harbors during Its existence. Office phone 168 and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga
Residence 23
Rivers and Harbors. '

.. : -...............................................................(... tl v>* Water furnishes the cheapest meansof specialty.
transportation and thenational TT I DERBYSHIRE M. D.,
/ y i..' ,WHAT IT MEANS I It navigable government waters having should the control Improve of L. A. ,

n'' 1 . i Many people do not know what a Bank'a Capital, K for. or the dlfferanea beJ __ them to their fullest capacity. One Special attention given to the DARLINGTON AVBNUK
; J tween a bank of little or DO capital and one with large capital 0 t" of Florida's greatest assets Is her treatment of Women and

, r 'P }.- a. BACK'S: :APll>lLANI>_.SURPLUS navigable streams and waters, capa Children.
4 i = U ttoa fond thai protecta the depositors from'ID"', iberclor the larger It II the ..blLPf being _made navigable' by the b
,: ,.c I srvatar protection tbe ponitora ba.. idle bank baa a national government at comparatively Office Citizens Bank. PHONE 184
I Y Capital of ....... .., .... .. .. .... ..'..ISO.OOOOO small expense.I over '
; I Snrplm. food. of .. ,... .... ,.. ........ .... M WO 00btockbold. cannot here point out the 24-Smoipd I
...' liability' .. ..... . . .... .. 60,00000 many ---- ennekhpBatIer
necessities for river and harbor Im-
r. ,, .u v a A total Of. .. .. ... ...... ... ..'. 117,600-00 r provement In Florida, but I commit r. A. VANS AOHCW. W. B. C&AWrO'D
This meant tE t we must i lone;; 1124,000.00; : : before oar depoaliort oonld lore a r myself to every such feasible project AGNEW & CRAWFORD'
I cent. Thle protections. lor YOU. .. and pledge to the people faithful and 'VANS
' Sor Industrious efforts In this behalf. 'ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW BARBER SHOP .

-- i I cannot think of anything that Offloea: a...&Citizens\ Bank Building
1 KI__IMMSt. fsLOrV/bA.. I, Florida needs more than good road. Kissimmee Florida
i Nothing would equal them in a development Cold Drinks< & Cigars
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A. CARBOMPrealdoot JOHN M. LEBVlcePre.ldent N. B. GABOONCuhl.r of the state. I.KissimmC4
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I ; = Our government could not appropriate I. L.Moos H. D. OBIOKB
1 ' f ....--.--...............................-............... \eN! Its funds to ,a better cause. Fla A"a
pie are the rightful directors of the
The states need a&lstance and encouragement & GEIGER ,.
government. I do not believe that
,,:tin't In road building. ,
any self-chosen set of men la business ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ,
If elected I shall do all In my
I or politics have the right to dictate '
power to have the United States -
I who shall be the arbiters of public government Office State Bank
establish and maintain a Building
: affairs. Our government was organized system of national highways or to Ki lmmee. Florida Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
by men who came direct fromthe aid the states In the constructionand .

: people. They of the were people.the truest The declarations representatives maintenance of public .highways.Florida . Q. F. KRIBBS
: Re G. JOHNSTON made Ship Cenil.This
by them under stressof Is not a new, proposition. It '
injustice and oppression have AT KISSIMMEE. PRESSING
Is almost ss old as the state. The
stood the' test- of generations; With-I fact Is': It will always be a questionof DYEING ay I ,
' ' -" were cast In righteousness great Importance unless congress* of Titles a Specialy.

\. ; i\ PIRE I ; INSURANCEV1 \ ., died in truth; -_ they, embodied takes action and cuts the canal across fJotificatiorf" payment of taxes of REPAIRING, '
' ;: ; ,;,.; ' highest principles, yet 'known to the state The fact that It Is an oldquestion non>residenu given careful .
y l 1 ;'; (..t. ---i ,M world for the government of a people. that will not "down" bears attention.
,, ,... .. ., Principles :i't,; Leave word ii 'any house and clotbss
, : endure: policies are the the ,
evidence of merit of the propo- "
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'il ,,}-., " ':t ;- ;'''>' .' \ ,i. vehicles of expediency, and some of sition. ,The adverse report of the engineers C'JOHNSLT' be called lor and returned.. .. .
., '' our modern statesmen in riding'them can' not "down", the project. ROBE '
.f London Liverpool & Globe. Etna. have drifted from the moorings' of Several years ago Senator Fletcher Satisfaction Guaranteed,
f true Democracy. advanced .an excellent Idea to the
Hartford, Norwich Union and It Is my earnest desire to see Flor- public and I approve it fully:. The ATTORNEY AT LAWKISS1MEEE
ida represented In this n,lion's great Panama canal will soon be completed.In .
other strong Companies legislative body, by men who will remain -I place of making junk of the great NORIDA REAL ESTATE fOR SAIl i:
true to .the fundamental principles dredges and other machinery used FLORIDA
4t. of Democracy. The prospects for in the construction Jot this canal, beautiful winter home sites situated v' '
t. r PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDING( the election of a Democratic president transfer It to Florida and use It In in the Lake Region Florida. I''
and placing the national government cutting this canal across Florida. WAKLOW
Iat.Connaalfor. Judge of the Trucking and Farming Lands In large
ar in the hands-of the Democratic The Tariff. Florida R.R. Comm Criminal Court ;;
k'1J' party were never brighter.! With such The Democratic party Is pledged to of small tract: r, jI
I an opportunity before us it would be a 'reductloa (of the tariff *nd this & WARLOWATTORNEYS ,
fatal for the states to send men to I pledge can not be fulfilled/ too soon. MASSEY CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY S

congress who are not sound In their Articles entering Into competitionwith AND COUNSELLOS
't Democracy. The significance of Dem' trust-controlled products shouldbe AT LAW List your property with me for quick ,
w ocracy la nothing more or less than I placed upon the free list. Material salts.
Practice In all the Court of the Plate and of
W a government by the people. Let It reductions should be made aa soon as the> United Sta.... aloe before the Florida Railroad
be remembered that many DemocratsIn possible In the tariff,upon the necessaries Comsnla lon, and the lnt..retat. Co nuns
"Move it About just like a Wheelbarrow' public life have proved their unworthiness of life, especially upon articles Commlaalon. H. M. Breaker & Co.
. to the title by aligning themselves competing with such American 11-H CBABLcnON. BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA.
{4 with the enemy of popular) government manufactures as are sold abroad MI yrr Box 178 KISSiMMEE PLA. ,1
( : for the further control the ,more cheaply than at home. Raise
governmental machinery for private the tariff on luxuries and lower U

.. and corporate enrichment. on the necessaries of life and thus :I:.._ eC.- V .Te-r:
My platform Is the Democratic lessen the cost of living among the W. S. HARWELL Kissimmee'sWell : : '
platform as promulgated t>y the Democratic masses of our people.
party in Its last national con- The 'Tariff on Certain Products, Competing REAL ESTATENotary Driller
vention. I not only. stand upon) It, With Florida
'" but I believe In It. 'I do not believein Products. Is prepared to drillARTESIAN '
Public at Large
It simply as a vehicle to ride Into Egyptian or long staple cotton, yl
office upon, but I believe In It ae a pineapples, oranges are luxuries. The Office In Beaman ,Building WELLS
declaration of principles- for official long staple cotton takes the place of
In the enters Into costly class of KISSl :MEE. FLA.STOP.
guidance giving to people such aUk and a
: '4'' ;1, legislation as they need for the Pro- roods that are used principally by .in any section of r'lorida. :'
tection of their rights; .to relieve the wealthy mostly by way of adorn I
4t them from the OPPRESSIVE] Repub- ment. Pineapples and oranges are 1'en of successful Well
t'T lican tariff law, and stay the OPPRESSIVE not such a.class of food products as Drilling years! a Guarantee of my
T HANDS) OF TUB GIGANTIC to be''classed as the necessaries of Ability to produce the best
: TRUSTS. .life. The Democratic party stands results.
;'.,.. Good .Faith.' for a- tariff for revenue and there Is
f".i' The 7 must keep no good reason' why a Democrat cannot -

..i'L, ., '.. -. faith with the people It mast carry consistently support) a law placing TWO AND POUR INCH
.,' : out its principles. ',To be electedto a tariff on Egyptian or long rte, and see u if you are going to build. WELLS A SPECIALTY ,

?",t.'j: See this Great office on a declaration of principle pie cotton pineapprasand orange We make plans and'erect any style of
'j Portable -
*, and then Ignore, them la political imported from foreign countries competing
: We
"" ', .' treason. For a Democrat offer with. the Florida products of building make our own P. O. Box, \
I !. Outfit Before You Buy to barter away the ,principles of his the same cI.... e stone and brick and are close dealers :: :3lorldLa: .'
j 1 party or to play with the Republicans, I favor such a tariff, and, If elected In lumber., We' also manufacture all .
1"' A while' the leaders'ot the Democratic hall labor to that end.' kinds of Monumental wbfk. .
. !'. Stationary Engine party are. 'vraglng a?;;fight rot Democratic Very: truly yours, ,
{ ,VV principles,Is-worse. than political SAMUEL, :J HILBURN.
i' ia an engine that can te used practically ,.treason.He KISSIMMEE CONSTRUCTION GO :

i z "HEI..E light power requirement, with equal tucceu. our party faill to'.tand' by ItsprinciplesIt.cannot'ihope Nona: : Sprooll AT, and Midland Ry. The fIOdda.ito( :1
all kinds !' ito! be 'fur .1.1I
run of light machinery as well a* of L '' V' _"' ' '. '__' '' "**" ''
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then trusted with the control 'theconnua.ot. Notice. Is hereby given that all bill .si Lj'P'JiF--!!- !V.
i it will pump water and is the belt ; .........' Fol.
engine to uw'for -The: ft-people-w i demand For: trnrk.ra and frail (
;;..r.' spraying: operating country water supply and electric laltafutoess.' treated .officials ,and for water' and lights are due when prevented JENKINS & WOODIIAMOnc folk Ida. -Weekrr.who.."...!to keew per about nontiKT:Flaw*';'I
1.1.00 .art
the collector but fail- ,
; ., f laghung!yujn ., etc.. Thejuefnines' *ofTTbeJFeifb' p.UUealepsXtI.L"nha:: < J4 ?._ 6y upon ly.89 .: ,DG toe foe..MD .fee..IrLI ,
; ti Should I be elected, tojeoagreae: I ore to'psT'when account |li presented, N, .._>>'IoA. a.".,........CIeaa: j,
or able Power Plant shall rg.rd.wtb.dotfc.( ,. UJ', .: publictrust . ;, r
//r4 : .A. all parses .fa"arrears are reared to - t 't1h13 F :; )
;,f t UttnltipBed )Jino* ntS Itbn wheeled : .supporttJOemecrattftPrUolpUe, call 'Iemc.: add.Httle LgptaALgqOJteR ;
tk. : ,.;; g skids, sp thatxmopersont and and?the. pattjrjit y I,M e ing t fait afrthe )
art.4'? ; r'ca.tJ .uulvokk/j move It from one job to ''pi vjth.UejraopleWJtt trsfltyr 1' by the J 10tht>f month:'"",Oth.r111si.r! '- diiI ,; aOOPler".J./
) Surveying ,
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i fi ti l f$ '! / Cifme JD'an feet:wac outtoaeoR? '., 1P ]9r 1 iii ....: ; ,\" i I'a01 .w... .t. ..e..natl&, & ssgpreg tinned"without 'farOe>?nbtice: Th-es.e :D' ftr -'- .j srs R'NAR :.i

z.r .traUOD. 1WiU Put 70Q'Jndet1, obligationto. 'bur: y f -" aa11T eeq.e.tor5; g 'waesi"-Mturted'' off for nonparineneafee . . DR ,BREVE'V -;
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for Teainn.CUhkwbre'fbttDer ielfle.ihtq.reak .
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-:3l>ruar.y 2,1912: , 'THE KI88IMMEE"VALLEY GAZETTL _ m _" _. l" .I .

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HO.NOft .

:- of the Ktsslm- 'r
The following 'pupils
I Cherokee Rose Is Suggested 1 for
Terms Public School have not been absentor > 1-
in High
K sas Paper'Speaks ,
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l tardy daring the monthjendln& Jan[? Florida,by Mrs. Wilson!
of Deceased Minister.
-V 22,-191Z having made an Average of,90 The following l Utter has been sent to
-.- following 'obituary'' the Rev, per cent or more Inti ir studies with ,I'the' prs'of.., 'the state by Mrs txa

T.E. Rolfe who died\recently in this, not less than 85 per cent in any subject Minnie Moo re Willson, of this city, who 6ood1i
j ti i ,,Wu published in his horn town and not less: than 95 Irt' deportment. : urges the. selection of the Cherokeerose Is the 'TitI6
FIRST' GRADE (A Div.)-Dora Prevail,
tmore, Kan. It' confirms: the highnlon as the state flower,'and gives some
o held of this splendid man here: Ruth Hyde, Ruth Bowen, Vera Gilbet t, excellent reasons for her choice In
'hernias E. Rolfe.came into our midst Elizabeth Parker* Ruth' Davis.;' Mary the light: of her letter the flower chosen ..... '.;. ;j.t!. ,
his native Kritz, Allie Simmons, Alifrio Santiago;
.a an early date. He left seems a most happy selection We .
l gland; In- 1856, when but 14 years of Frankie Crowe, Kenneth Bronson, Clyde take pleasure in commending the !suggestion -
across Getz, .Eldridge Harris, Milton Graham, Is the.mam question and should always be answered"by '
t: a He earned his passageway and in calling it .to the attention ,
t t Atlantlc'servinp as a deckhand on. Leonard Rush., (B Div.)-Katherine of those organizations which are disinterested The 'a In"
jld-time sailing' ship, the trip across McKay, Louise Regero, Esther Hesslng, interested in the subject. The letter: a ]
t r luirlng twelve weeks from Liverpool Martelle Locke, Louise Pfeiffer/ ; Gladys follows: . r .

t New York, a trip which modern 1mP Calkms, Carribelle Hansell- Isabel Ty- The ever interesting subject, A Nat
! t accomplish In-< i Haying employed himself at farm, .Johnnie Branson' Mrytle Savage, Nellie try. and while Federation 'of Wo Guaranty ;

,, libor' in Minnesota for three years her Woodall, Bertha Witts, James Caskey, men's Clubs {is working toward the

ent to Logan county, IlL, where he Donald Kelley' Lesley Williams.. Ruling\ final passage of an act of congress that ,

'. teNd the empl4 of A. M. Hough as Snyder Robert, Buckles Combs ,Young Stanley, Uly Farris Chapman, Jesse, will give America flower emblem,why will search and, examine the title to the land which ;
until 1862,
remained in
farm hand and cannot Florida club women unite one '
hen he enlisted as a, pnvate in the Bowen, Curtis Sewell. great effort/ and secure for.Florida a you are about to purchase, in Osceola County, or elsewhere -k hYyt
GRADE-Norma Duke, Norma i
until SECOND
'Illinois Infantry; Ethel Marsh, Thelma Sutton, state flower in Florida and if found to be good will Cuaran--. / # .
?. the end of the war.: In 1865 he came Reaves, The! club women'of the national fed m

io Kansas! and a year later returned to Margie Wheeler Lillie Hansen, Sat-Ella eration are urging a petition that wll! tee you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens, 'r'4
.''I Illinois and piloted A. M. Hough and Gardner, Dorothy Miller, Dorothy make the white mountain laurel the I ie

" emily to Granada, Kan., where they terfield. Myrtle Barber Lydia Elke, national flower As yet very few legislatures unpaid taxes and adverse claims.It ._ .
+ U ocated. Mr. Rolfe again entered the Madeline Neylans, Edna Bass, Temple have acted on the state dower r
clients and
; Audson is our business to protect our patrons
Velma ,
I Crafton,
l mploy of Mr. Hough, and in 1868 marled Bas, Bessie and Florida has long been discussingthe ,
one of Mr. Hough's daughters.: Frank Reed, Joseph Sears, Bart Baas, question. against investments in imperfect titles. We accom..

,Mr. Rolfe purchased land near Gran- Edward Getz Walter Griffin, Kirby Can Florida with her background of: t i
E lad a, which he Improved, and the old Johns, Jett Padgett, Walter Lorenz, romance, her history so Inter-blended plish this by a thorough search of the. records and; I

'arm home of the Rolfe family became Artie Taylor.THIRD with \hat of the Indian and particularly the POLICY Guaranteed Certificate
F famous from the prominence both of GRADE-Lois Overstreet. Car- the Seminole; can 'Florida adopt amore Title.I "'
t. I Mr. Rolfe and Mrs.: Rolfe, who were mie Johnson, Ferena Fonts Elizabeth fitting emblem than that of the of

wIdely' known and greatly loved by our Lynn, Lillian Harris, Thelma Woodall, beautiful trailing wild rose of the South
people. Thelma Gilbert Add Gilbert, Edith Miler known as the Cherokee rose? To Flor-

The story of Mr. Rolfe's conversion Frankie Woodall, Lytton Conenr, idians the fragrant Cherokee rose has Rt
Ie quite interesting. One day he askeda Elmo Griffin Roy Young, Clinton Bass, two strong points in its favor for its a1p"r.

daughter of Mr. Hough {(the present Able Johnston.- adoption as flower emblem. It makes
Mrs. ) for a copy of the FOURTH GRADE (A Div.) -Pansy Bowen possible the perfection of the peerless

4' New testament, that he might read-it Lucille Downing, Minkie Gardner, Marechal Neil, which grows in the TITLE GUARANTY CM
l while herding her father's cattle. Grace Eleanor Graves, Nettie Messing, Southland in riotous luxury If budded .

; I Through studying the 'Scriptures he Fannie Johnson, Myra La Martin, Per- to the sturdy Cherokee'stock, and like"the

'. realized that he owed a debt to God cieOliver, Mamie Pilley, Marjie Rhoades, rugged: : Florida pioneer, who has I
; that he had never tried to pay. He attended I Alva Fortner, Mattie Stanfore, Lenore blazed the way for the luxury and com- K- NftG' ,

.iI. meetings in the old Powhattan Van Duzer, Cornelia Lancaster, Theodore fort of the present Floridian, the -native Capital Stock $fooooo.oou > d
1M school house and other places and finally Bowen Arthur Gardner, George wild rose has made perfect for the _
in 1868, he was converted during a[. oberts' Will Woodall. (B DivHarriet ) twentieth century rosarian, the match- \ I rt
meetings conducted at i Buzza, Nellie Hansell, Miriam Mun- CARROLL D. JUDSON, President. EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary -.
I series of revival : less Marechal Neil. But a stronger; ar-
v I! Granada by Rev. Waddell, then pastor ger, Clara Ploetz, Mabel Ploetz, Jan- gument why the Cherokee should be V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer TOOMER & REYNOLDS, Gen. COU.M! '< 4'' '

;' ; i at Lancaster, Kan.Immediately ette Sullivan, May Tyner, Jessee Rapp. the flower most worthy of honor is its -
upon. Mr. Rolfe's con FIFTH GRADE Earl Barber, Walter beautiful Indian legend. With the almost .1 &

I version he found himself openly and Bass, Paul Beuter, Frank Bryan, J. universal interest and sympathyin _
Sarah Cobb, Home Office: Bisbee Building Jacksonville, Fla. 39
publicly exhorting his frieuds to become Edgar Bryan, Sadie Bryan, the Semmoles of Florida, the legendof
i Others recognized in, Theresa Dietz, Ruby Duke, Grace Gil- Kissimmee'Fla. 't'
Christians. the Cherokee rose will give a strong Branch Office: a
t him a preacher long before he himself bert, Norma Griffin, Gazil Lane, Strat- impetus toward its adoption by the legislature -
ton Story. Nettie Higdon Frances tLEWIS
recognized his "gift. as a state flower. The present
I Having had no advantages in hie Tress Allie May Cummins. Floridian may thus pay a tribute to the '

r youth it remained for him to acqufre SIXTH GRADE-Margaret Anderson, fast vanishing race, and preserve, too, O'BRYAN Manager Kissimmee BraiSMI ; _
: the very rudiments of knowledge after Nonie Drivers, Elsie Dietz, Willie tor future g enetatfone a native m Ylogy th-
1 his conversion. (Ge z, Murray Overstreet, Beulah Mc- > in the poetic legend; of the Indian I

The succeeding forty-four years off ]Kenzie, Margaret Stanford, Gussie oven. .

: his life were devoted to the care of his Winn, Gertrude McKay.. According to the legend, the wild rose
i home and the work of the ministry. It SEVENTH GRADE Beulah Alvey, first grew in the Carolina! the homeof
has been said: "A prophet is not withI I Blanche Cain, Edna Calkins, Lynette the Eastern Cherokee Indians. Years I LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS'WAZJT ., t
out honor but among his own people," I IJ Hogan, Nettie Newton, Vera Call. Ed- ago, a Seminole warrior was attractedto - -

N J but Bro. Rolfe was not without it here. I die Campbell, Prator Gilbert, Charlie, the tribe by the beauty of a Cherokee -

His conversion was a transformation, Jessup, Ernest Oliver. maiden, whom he won, after many
a I and the people saw it all, and believedIt EIGHTH GRADE-Lois Lynn, Mattie difficulties, for his bride. As she loft JLL KTZJJZJK
all. They saw him rise from the zero Bell Harris, Ethel Gilbert, Lessie Haye, her childhood home for the fragrant ..

point into Influence and power in the Marie Bbyd, Mourlne Dann, Helen Bass, orange bower of the Seminole, she ).
-his honest, I Grace Wmn, Frank Calkins, Paul Limn, ''r
.. land. Many old naighbors plucked a trailing stem of the wild *
nelghbor8-often said, "I'd Harry Whetzal. the "flower she had always known I 1.'
farming rose, Pyal-Upchwrch Bwilrfingr; ;Jac ioiwdlc,Flottda, Y
rather hear Tom Rolfe preach than'any NINTH GRADE-Bertha Bryan, Nina and loved, and, hiding it in her bosom, . !1 c s
other man i lever heard." Bratton, Lila McAdoo, Ralph Snyder, she carried it to the land of the Seminoles Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock: Is made from the best timber (in t>ori!a'tsyitr.ItSndi' i /i, $

To earn a living and support his family tdna: Schweikart. which we know as Florida. She ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally,good;,; >r. r ''t
I was necessarily the first objective. TENTH GRADE-Harold Buzza, Nathan planted it beside the orange tree at the . ':" .. :d: .'
Bryan, Edward Newton, Eleanor Mose-
Preaching was more or less a gratuity door of her husband's locge.
Nellie Calkins, Alice Stute. .1
in those days, and the wonder of it all ELEVENTH GRADE Cecelia Over- Today the beautiful white rose is Rffrfrjm

I is that neither the preaching nor the street, Bessie Whidden, Sum Lupfer, trailing over the decaying walls an;) +.Sa sE!
1 farming were neglected. His farm home Lacy Johnson. Elon falling: timbers of the ancient lodge of MARKET IS STRONGAdvice 4::::. A. CARSON, President Li. Q,, )9RIAly
I the TWELFTH GRADE-Inez Carson, I
'' and improvements were made on Guice, Corinne Gilbert. the Seminolfs. Wherever it grows, its
strong principles that his sermons l is wafted the breeze as I
same --- -- --- fragrance on
of Citrus to the The Waters Cary
Exchange &
I were built of and by the same frugal incense to the memory of the Cherokee
: methods. No has done
and practical Indian maid. The Seminole Growers Has Taken Effect
; ever builded into a fence or shed much for Florida in bequeathing' to us
that was not necessary to its useful- Sir Jo.Sua Reynolds' Notice of Sketch the musical and rhythmical names of As by previous advice in these columns !
I toad. It Wi -th More, Grocery
Vastly Comp
So '
j J ness, and then was never changed. Said Dealer, rivers and lakes; these abiding wordsof since Dec. 15, when the wise ones took .
I of his sermons: There was a meaning beauty are the heritage of these warning from Sales Manager Burton of ,,

i to every word, and a place for every -What do you ask for this sketch" aboriginal pathfinders.Let the Florida Citrus Exchange, and held
I item. said Sir J ua Reynolds to a picture us at this late day pay the little their fruit, the citrus market strong Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-- l ft

When passing his farm the traveler dealer whose portfolio he was exam- tribute of naming a state flower in again, and before-Christmas prices. again
saw a tidy, progressive work-straight mine "Twenty guineas Sir Joshua." memory of the picturesque Seminole. prevail. GROCERIE8pn
: rows, clean fences-evidences everywhere "T,. enty pence, 1 suppose you mean." MINNIE MOORE WILLSON. Those who disregarded the Exchange

I that a man of business sense and "No, sir; I would have taken twenty Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 29.Ii'LL advice and shipped Sn< a glutted market ..i.WE .
force was the master. Of his -preaching pence for -It this morning, but If you and frigid weather and received less for .1
I I think the worth looking at
F field the same things might be said. drawing their fruit' than the freight charges,
t all the world will think It worth buy' SELL WE BU
.' C His sermons were strong, clean, convincing Ing." WELCOME have no'one to blame but themselves. 1

.; having neither claptrap nor' A London dealer who bad made a Oranges are now averaging $2 and

I Lang in their composition. His work few trifling purchases at a second- Fort Myers Paper Thinks Bryan May grapefruit $4.50 f. o.'b.. whis is some HAY HIDES +
may be traced throughout Northeast hand furniture shop In the country better than three "weeks ago when prices GRAIN
: Kansas Baptist Association, he having was leaving It, when he caught his Locate in Florida.To were from 60c to $2 Eastern marketfor FURS "

I builded or served churches at Wetmore : foot In. the string of a picture and fell sun-kissed Kissimmee, with Its oranges and grapefruit proportionatielyIn FERTILIZERS- '

i where he largely aided the building of Having picked himself up, he examined perennial delights, Mr. Bryan will be other words the growers todayare SHINGLES WOOL .4w
the picture to see If it had been I '
i the meeting house; at Granada, where and gladly welcomed if he should decide, as receiving $600 a car net against AND w
damaged. It escaped Injury,
he lived; at Woodlawn, a mission he many shipments made some weeks ago ORANGE BOXES
he found, to his surprise, that in thus the following writing conjectures, to
i undertook; at Robinson, at Hiawatha tripping he had-literally: -stumbled locate in Florida: which brought them not one penny, but ORANGE WRAPSVEOETABLECRATES ALL ';
and at Lancaster. upon a PUnt of the duchess of Rut "Saturday morning last, on his way instead had to dig into their pocketsand
Two daughters and two sons were land, afte? Reynolds, by Valentine North, Mr. Bryan's train halted for a pay freight charges to balance the COU t a
'borrt to Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe, all of Green In Us first state. The dealer few minutes at Kissimmee, and he difference between the freight charges '
J T ;' whom are married and have homes of bought the print for 4 and' afterward made a brief talk. In this speech Mr. I and the amount the fruit sold for. CRATE NAILS PRODUCER a ,
their own. George Rolfe the near disposed of It Ml.0IO.-J'rom) Bryan mentioned the fact that he had I Growers are warned nqt to rush fruitto
Granada William Rolfe and Mrs. Nel Jernlgbam's "Bargain Book." the market on the advance now
gone from Fort Myers to Okeechobee, I
lie Rolfe-James live west of Wetmore, aid said that in years past he had I prevailing. Go s, ow. Every day will We sell field a.n4.-arden, sends of all kinds. '

..1 1 and Mrs. Mary Rolfe-Elliott at Enid, Fla. thought of the Everglades as a vast : glutted.strengthen California the price is if out the market of the is running not- We give special attention to fitting out hunUng'ed 4aIllpJn: i'
1912 at Kissimmee,
: Okla. January 6, swamp useless to mankind, but now he this year, and Florida has the best parties.
Mrs. Rolfe his wife, Like of old, a man after God's own I
The estimable one believed that it was among the world'smoat fruit to offer It ever had. '
late of served his and will Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. r l, ,
the daughter of A. M. Hough, heart "having own genera- fertile spots, of whose future Follow Exchange advice you cash y
t f. t Granada, was called away in 1908, leavIng tion, by the will of God- he fell on riches none could imagine not go wrong. We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask ,
fragrant and gracious memory to, sleep." 0 and prices fertilizers. '
a In his Kissimroee speech Mr. Bryan on
.}. her family and a large and sympatheticcircle His body was handed aboard the A. stated that he hoped to return to FlorIda Easily Explained. .+yhri;p r- i t "
of friende.'ffj C. L.'traln by the bands ot old soldier 4 The, how.was
J) next winter and take a trip down % k
I silence and and this great discovery made by > ;
; Mr..Rolfe married a second-time a friends amid weeping, the Kissimmee river to Lake Okeecho- It that
& woman borne his old home and friends Columbus was not fully appreciated ...
wo-k bee. .T.klng"thl' fact in connection '" ,lt... .:.r. ... .
,: ,, t I ,, with whom be spent his last days I here, and received from the train as it with the. report from Miami that Mr,. until--Date many Scholar yean after-Because his death ha t didn't The. SEEDS'and ?O ULTRY/;SUP t ,

---1. in l; ?rldq.. When has sons and daugb; was committed to It-by comrades.of Bryan had expressed an intention( act'rertta.Sketm ...'. .. wj. l
t ter1!*reached, his :'bedside. for he was I the brand.Army of the,Re ubllc.. having 'winter borne somewhere" i In, We can i supply you !or imjaettlati eWpmeat..>*ftll J.

then confined to it and rapidly sinking;:: Funer' 1....Mice.> were' held from theBaptiat this state, it would not be surprising' if ; yeuini.ui) BsnefsctJort. POTATOES. BEANS GARDEHr..ANIr; .

hq* 'summoned ..tell: them I fchurel, the sermon' being the Bryans took literally the cordial 'Invitation .A.UUU boy cam: *-horn with hU fist Most complete line ef Poultry SuppllGarderf , "-:11
" .. -- rwitatgreat; tenderness !Vth .Lord 'has I preached by WA-BJcprt.' an old soldier of. hospitable Floridians to b.ll'ofthos.small ;.choke( cherries anda and FI.W SeW la FlorMa.t"V. "'"'s" .
'+ '.entll1e a JewsJ.and'an .angel IIi J hirot !. acquaintance of a third of a sea 'com again.! ".....Fort Myers" ,Press: pucker at bis''.stained mouth: tOtve WRItK POftTM ILWTNATRDOAT' 41 ",
,. -; I p.rsontofinj': , !.ootlr.Dlt'.last} t tart''.' duratfon\ Interment.. made i i i those 'Charnel'to'toy'' baby sister" b*. '' slsstt Sss< c C. A.'A 41IARTIIV'dcOIPIPIYI:

,i f.I i :. ,. days." ,_ Conscipus- an/d/ 'tru.tfultothl I,.in WetmpM c cemetery ,Friday'after- 'Old'n.papera' for sale at' this office aid to,his "motberl'"tb.rre" no cherboyJllk '* l ISMHtsiStM. ; .
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'. I 1..b !.' I I' J" Pegti 6 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE February 2, 19t

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i x'" The Kissimmee Valley 'Gazette CHAPTER HOUSE

"l ii I :
I" '11\ Newsjrf Week --I -

is for ,.
Pleasing Program Arranged
, a V HARRIS .. .. 'Editor and,Proprietor ..;:::= *

UYKENDALL .. Associate i Editor i Leading erect* of the past seven Next Tuesday. Night. '

S t7 'days summarized for busy On) 1-Tuesday'"evening, February j ,6, 'ROYAL

\ ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY %, Valley Gazette reader there will be a concert at the chapter t'
house under the of the American .

;; 4 '. KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Woman League. '' This will bo a
--t.'. -.L-. Efforts of the power to end the treat to all music lovers in Kissimmee,

"t .. ':... SUBSCRIPTION RATES Turko-Italian war have failed, Turkey as the most gifted musicians In the city BAKING'
: ,
"i1- insisting on the recovery of at least will be on the program.An .'
,. .
One $1.50
copy, one year of
some African possessions which
admission fee of
One, six: months .15-
't copy She h'\s I lost in ,the The Italian
J war. will be charged and the proceeds will be POWDER
One three .40
copy, months -
,- -- forces are planning a general advance used to purchase folding chairs to be

K'f '" All)I communications, except from our authorized correspondents-must be into the ,interior. used at the public entertainment On

signed by the writer. l. Louisiana Republicans elected a dead several occasions it has been impossible Absolutely Pure j

1 man to the State Central committe to seat the friends who came to en- .

Rejected matter wit: not be returned unless called for. Quite the usual thing for Republicans. joy the programs so this will be. a mu .' 1

tual cause both for the league itself j
Entered at the Postoffice in Kissimmee, Fla., as second-class mail matter. The only woman judge in the United Economizes Butter, Flour,
!* j and its guests. On this evening there
States took 'office when Mrs. V. D.
1 will be .eats provided for all, and the Eggs ; makes the food more
2Trld.a.3r. February 2. 1912 Bell began her duties as federal commissioner -
rr program will begin at 8 o'clock.
a ,, in Bowling Green. Ky. appetizing and wholesomeThe
, The following program will be rendered

On Friday the mercury went down U:I STOP IT! A bill has been introduced in the :

,9i. ''s 50 below zero at Desolation, N. Y. Th, Georgia legislature to substitute electrocution PART I. .

: lace seems appropriately named. It is not so important to the countryat for hanging. 1. Four Hands-Miss Lord Miss Louis only Baking Powder made

large that any particular Democrat General Montero, revolutionist president Thomason. from Royal Grape Cream Tartar .
',t, rwood is Hob on'.Cbolce," acttaanewepaperheadline 2. Vocal Solo with Guitar-Mrs. Nel-
i "HobIOlee" should be,nominated for the presidency and a popular idol of Ecuador was .0J

( as it is that a Democrat should be elect shot to death by a mob in Guayaquil, son. .
used to be considered unit 3. Reading-Mrs. Earl Lupfer.
ed to the presidency. There are at which was dissatisfied with a sixteen
I e..: IB hardly so in this case. 4. Vocal Solo-Mrs. Herrington.
least four men now prominently men year sentence imposed on the revolution '
tioned for the Democratic! nominationwho is t.Pour.--- 5. Violin Duet-Mrs. Bulloch, Mrs 1- .
ou lose your reputation, use The ,Brown.

iin loeteolumnandgetltbackGaineeVlIle are splendid presidential timber persons were killed in a wreckon 6. Piano Solo-Miss Ruby Ellis. STATE BANK Earl Wright VindicatedEarl
and who would the highest officein
Sun. The trouble with that advice grace the Central R. R. of Georgia, 7. Vocal Solo-Mrs. Hyatt.
the land. Let us not become Involved Wright who was arrested some'
so -
is that publicity I. the cause of a loss of caused by a misunderstanding of orders. PART II.
L reputation.The in tinkering over matters of insignificant 1. Piano Solo-Miss Lord. Local Institution Reorganizes Force to months ago charged with the larceny _

i4 importance between candidates Senator Culberson made sensational Handle Business.The of some table linen from the Kis-
-- Growing
h 2. Vocal Solo Miss .
r "'' -the that we will weaken our powerin charges against Republican leaders in Derbyshire simmee Laundry, where he was employed -
St. Augustine Record says 3.! Reading-Miss Weckler. business of this old and reliable
K v Ancient the bigger fight that, is coming. connection with the elections of 1904 ; as foreman, was tried before
:f' :' : City gave the visiting Congressmen 5. Cornet Duet-Miss Ruby Ellis Miss: institution has increased so rapidly thatit
"' s 1 left Looks to us as if a lot of Democratic and 1908. He demands; an investigation. County Judge G. F. Parker on Tues- '
the glad hand and a good Mae Graves. has become necessary! to employ ad-
will have to do tall backtracking Culberson includes Roosevelt and
papers some in day, acquitted.
taste in their mouths. The Record 6. Miss ditional help to transact the business. '
Quartette- Derbyshire M's
t t before election day and they his charges. At the time of hi* arrest Mr. Wright
r doe. not specify what brand was served. I F. Gilbert Mr. J. M. Willson Jr.. This institution is always ready andprepart.d
will find that excel- asked the the
they furnishing columnsof
x __ are public through
? - = W. J. declared for Wilson in
T -- _Bryan Dr. Hyatt.People's. to meet all the emergenciesthat
I I "Star-eyed sentient angels" is what lent ammunition now for the Republicans the Harvey-Wilson embroglio. He saysa arise, and is now reorganizing its the Gazette, to withhold judgment:

,' Columbia State calls 'em but he after awhile. Better stop this until after his trial, as he felt sure he
the he
k man is known by the company force with a view to handling the large
) ought. to behold one of Pensacola's I bitter controversy. keeps, and intimates that Col.! Harveyis increase of business which has recentlycome would be vindicated, and his friendsare

i. # brown-eyed beauties.-Pensacola Jour I -- not good political company. I ForumMr. I to it. pleased to know he has made good
Attorney W. B. Crawford appeared for
l1 nal. Or one of Kissfmmee's golden- The force as now organized consists
Anarchists are said to be engagingin the defense and
; it haired goddesses. of C. A. Carson, president; J. M. Lee, County Attorney
y State
; "M Brevities the Chinese trouble. Several bomb L. Moon was assisted by Judge G. F.
laid to them. General Editor-Kissimmee! i is ce'tamly a vice-president; M. Katz, second vice-
outrages are Kribbs in the
Of course Mr. Bryan could not have prosecution.
pleasant place in respects president N. B. Carson, cashier Roma
;" Liang Pi was badly injured as was very many ; ; ;
(t-> ,: :: been a visitor to Florida and pass Ocala! Item gathered here and but of Thomas
tM ,. '" among Gen. Chang Huan Shi, by bombs. a..number things need to be assistant cashier; J. D. Jef
It would have been out of the order '
i : r+ by. the towns of Sonny FloridaA changed. fords teller; Albert Bearden. collector. For State AttorneyTo
of things.-Ocala Banner. Still, Japan has expressed an intention to First and foremost, put the cows off It is very gratifying to note the con-

1 c we suspect that $500 lecture fee had insist that China shall not be divided the streets. stant increase of business Kissimmee, Ctrrnli the, Democratic of Florida Votes of the 7th JudicIal

\ ,- -, something, to do with the visit. modifier ordinance for the Sunday into two or any other number of parts. Second Keep all wheels off the sidewalks and this is one of the best indicationsof harder, announce that 1 am a candidate for
raaiipoluiment an State for
+ closing of theaters was carried in Jack- Japan hastens had a covetous eye out -except baby carriages. such increase. Seventh Judicial' Circuit' of Florida Attorney subject the to

'A'r-r The lip. of the brown-eyed beauties sonville. Moving picture shows are for a particular specimen of old China, Third. Lessen'the number of dogs by the April action 114 of Yon the have Democratic honored> me primaries with this la

r' t1 ate like dainty rosebuds fresh with the allowed to remain open between 2 and and evidently wants an unbroken set. taxation. ((1f a dog is worth his keep The Valley Gazette office on Satur- office and I hare endeavored to deaefre roar
day printed handsome bulletins confidence In me by doing my duty to the beet
in two
morning dew and as sweet as the honey- 11 .
"kt p. m.The Albert Wolter, for the atrocious mur- the owner should pay a good ,tax; if colors advertising the services of the of my ability:
, aucklv. Pn8acola Journal. The Journal If rcappolnted, I pledge you to do all In my
contract has been let for the new der of 15-year-old Ruth Wheeler whomhe not, be ought to be killed.) Baptist Christian, Methodist and Pres- power to uphold law anil order In our Circuif.
'" is evidently trying to start a stampede byterian churches. These have been with prejudice' to near and with falruem to*.I'*
I 1. Fourth the of horns in
S. court house at Arcadia. It will cost enticed to his room under promisa Stop blowing .
'n t Thanking you for peat kiadness, I reepectfnlljaak '
; of bachelor Pensacola. framed and in
editors to neatly
.. ::, ; t 90000. of employment was electrocuted' in town. as if you were out in the coun- about posted conspicuous your support again. JOHK C. Jours,
places bmta Attorney

,It ,( .'I, f f'Y','Y J, The Times-Reporter publishes an ar- Lake City is to have a handsome New York. He denied his guilt to the try. If the people who do this prefer _. _, __ _ town- _ _On -_.- --- -_ -- ;
should be
last. country ways, they encour-
. \ ticle on the subject, "What OrlandoT three story theater building.
:; Re-1 to move to the country.If .
Has Not," referring particularly to a Clarence S. Darrow, recently the at-
; .: Ernest Hubbard pressman of the St. Kissimmee means to be a city,
school law. We also under- torney for the McNamaras, and one of
I if J . .compulsory Augustine Record was killed by being such things should not be allowed.A Attention! !
( , .. .*tand that our beautiful sister city has the most eminent lawyers in the United
.I'f".J caught in his press.A STRANGER.ANNOUNCEMENTS .
a, :.11 Dot a sewer system, a most unfortunate States, was indicted on four counts for

: omission and one which will doubtless Board of Trade has been,organizedin brioery in the McNamara case.
V \Kd*n b. Live Oak, which proposes to take a reduction
The bill making percent
r similar Mr. Homeseeker
ranking place among organizations
; i.: "-.As" and put Live Oak ,on the in the' tariff on steel and. iron passedthe .
v t\\r.: : old bachelor has privileges and map. house. .For Clerk Circuit Court. .

i i:.k ....X ;, ,:fb.y! stay out till 2 a, m. and after,.if The "live wires" of Live Oak started. At the tircent ,aollcltitlon .of my friend
ii. .) '4. .he wants to, but he misses all the fun' out with the greatest enthusiasm.; Lawrence Abbott says (Roosevelt throughout the county, I hereby announce myself
would not refuse the Republican nomi- a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit; Court '
'.' I\Jtl-' of trying sneak upstairs in the dark ,C. E. Flanders, a 17-year-old boy of 10 and for Osceola couuty at the coming/ pri .rSt$:
nation "if his countrymen need him. mary. 1 wish to thank the people fur their
with )his shoes off in an effort to keep Palatka, was killed by an engine drivenby kind[ support In the punt and noliclt their support S

,r .' bis\\Wife from knowing what time he his father. He had gone ahead to Theydon't.Fighting: faithful In J the-Mervlre u: ""dI persona circled.| l.attenllou.1 fledge to the my

ti 0 ime.-Washington Verdict but turn a switch and in some way fell in has broken out in Mexico. duties of the ofl'ce! ati.PrLfOVytht.f I ]In order to get you to come to Kissimmee and investigate her 1

auppo ln' his effort fails? front of the moving: train Juarez has been looted by rebels. Many J : (STRHET. wonderful opportunities for safe and profitable investments I am I

I ---- Mexicans and two Americans were going to help you to pay your railroad fare. Here is how 1 am going - mmee Valley Gozette and Dies. killed., For Tax Assessor. to do it.Beginning. .
Ralph Snyder -- - -- -

t it w; t? ,' go fa* a News are striving to ex- office ol lierebv of Tax announce AhM'Kfcorof. imaflf l parents a candidate..o"nv.lul,.for the>. February 1st, and continuing ninety days. 1 am
\ her gumbo" really is. The sad intelligence became known Trite and TruthfulBy will to rebate of and half all
> getttnQo sect to the of the enifcratlc I voter at the going give you a two one per cent on
1 4 b\\\a of a.' f.m has succeded in throughout the city Wednesday night coming my primary personal! attention Hnd If fleeted lov.rjt I prom druid. I.).i onected togive real estate purchases that you make from me:the amount of the

"j honest to \Jhe regular hotel that Master Ralph Snyder, son of Rev. OLD- with the 011I.... C. TUCKELH rebate in no case to exceed the price of your railroad fare. I

cat it OR-:: pile Metropolis. and Mrs. S. S. Snyder, was dead. The [ PROVERBS.1 -

l ,, bere. on t don't want to lad had suffered for years with spinal Passion is the lowest principle in Furthermore, I guarantee that I will charge you no more for

r i 4ps. ': Saco\a, tb4; at least down trouble caused, it thought\ from a man. For Superintendent of Public property than any of my competitors would charge you for the

',-> i''. ""__enough for Pen- fall received while at play in Japan, Passion lust hatred and Instruction. same property. It matters not if you are already here; if you came I

4 r A r riM -rt' where the family formerly lived. Un contains 1 hereby announce myself acRndldateforthe in last fall and want to invest a little money before returning to

covetousness. once of Superintendent of 1'ublto Inntructlon northern home can take advantage offer.
e der the constant care of physicians the of Onceola county mibject to the will of the your you

i WlffRE TOO BUSY. boy seemed to be doing well, but a few Passion breeds revenge, envy, spite Democratic If elected I find: at. the... my coming: entire primary time to, and the Remember, I have for sale at all times anything 'in the way

days ago developed an abscess which and retaliation. duties of the office. K. D. OUIC.
of Florida real estate that you could possibly wish and at the lowest

r '' Just to head off any boom which maybe required an operation and the body prices and on the easiest terms. Just at present ''I I have three or

,;7 incubating we will state that it will wearied ,with long suffering, could not Passion is filled with slander, backbiting For Member of the Legislature. four rare bargains that I am offering If you want 'one, you had

3' be useless for anyone to try to Induce withstand the shock. The lad was conscious lying and theft. better get busy at once.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
t f either the editor or the associate editor and seemed to understand his serious 1 the once of KepreaentallTe from thla county Inth.

I of the Valley Gazette to run for govtI condition but as always throug Passion transmits deceit cruelty,, the.. Democratic Florida LeuiHlature' Tolera at, aultjwt coming to the prlmarrind will of

ernor or Congressman-at-large. We're his illness, was bright and patient. The treachery, jealousy and su pician. ask tbeaupport: of .W the white v I Ib..ount H. (LAY BT, N>OKD. O. land and dry five house
t too.busy getting out the'best paper in sympathy of the entire community goes high good room good: deep well new
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t Florida to fool with these unimportant out to the family in their'sorrow. They Passion is the arch enemy of man- hog wire fence around ten acres some three or four acres cleared. Price

Mobs. Thanks, just the same. have always l lavished upon the boy the kind the slayer of happiness ,and the For Tax Assessor. $45.00 per acre. The naked land is cheap at the ''price.
most loving care but the most devoted destroyer of peace. .
( Thereby announce myself a candidate for An exact of No.1 and
4 a counterpart lying immediately along
+ t attention could not save the life. tb@'o lc. of lax Aaiteaeor of Oaoeola county NO 2
,a iA MISUNDERSTANDING. young Passion holds the dark snade of pain, and solicit the nupport of the voters In the app . side of it, except No. 2 has a four-room house and good surface
The funeral was held Friday afternoonat roacblljg Democratic primary.
hpf remorse and suffering. E. A. IEUrES. .,,well. Price 40.00 per acre.
w 1:30: and was attended by a large
.Kissimmee is putting on airs because -

t 9 i '* ; Mrs.. Morgan Sinister once paid that concourse of sympathizing; friends. I I Passion subdues the; foolish man; the For Senator, 19th District.To N O. 3 Two beautiful five-acre tracts, just outside city limits on fine
hard road. Good close
i neighbors. Price $300.00 five-acre
city visit That
J' a was years ago before wise man subdues passion. per

_ she married Morgan Shunter, but now Will Publish Map. I I I the announce Democtlovotereof that I CWcoola for Thereby : tract 0
I $ 13' ' thatthelatterhucomeintointemational\ | Passion is not subdued by accusing e'election an senator f o..m JeC: lgt.iU ,
to the action ol the Democratic primary A Ten acres land, just outside city limits, overlooking the lake '
With reference the article in gunk/ 'No ,
to last
prominence through the Persian-Russian others, )but by a thorough .examinationof you alncerely for your support lu the "
week's Valley Gazette headed "City > If approve my leglalative record.repectfarfy and close to the new canning factory. Land in the immediate

c* r / ,r embroglfo visit with, Kissimmee much atiBfaction.-Fort is rememberingthis Map Needed,", we are informed by self. .01 "It yourjuooort.. l SEY. vicinity of this tract is proving wonderfully pYoduetive.. This is an ideal

",. : r A Myers Press. Messrs Jenkins & Woodham that theyare Passion makes a man want to correcthis ;place for a suburban home Price $66.00 per acre.I IC

a You misunderstood having a cut made of the large official neighbor wisdom makes a man For Marshal. Five to thousand
bruther. eight fine timber
; ,iyy, us, Its No acres land, close to railroad,
f ft*(? elf ,our idea that Mr. and Mrs. Shuster are map of the city recently drawn for correct himself. I hereby announce myself a candidate %J one mile of beautiful lake front, fine land for fruit growing and

,. t the persons who should be putting on them and adopted by the council, and tor the office of marshal and collector general] farming. Land immediately adjoining this recently sold for $12.60

It'- airs about the matter. that they expect to have a large num- Passion lives an unkoverned greed, for the city of Kissimmee. I believe per acre. This would make a dandy little colonization proposition. Only I

) ,? ber of these printed in small size. and gross conditions of mind. that I can fill the position to the tatiafaettap three miles from two stations.. Price $6.60
railroad per acre.
While this map does not contain by of all, and would respectfully
CABBAGE. solicit the of the voters at the
name the various subdivisions it is a Passion is selfishness, selfishness is support
approaching election.
i complete map, showing all the platted 'passion. WARREN: W. KINO. We from Missouri -
.me i Kiasimme Gazette prints a pici.tore are -' :
streets and blocks, 'and will permit realty
1. of a eabbagw field "oa a city lot."
The Florida Christian Advocate: ,

l T'Tolook'lBt the picture stowing many land men Yery to aeeura show the 17. location. -of-_their. which ia published by the Methodist of NOTICE --- Let SS .u*--u- :show you"DDWNINGlEALTY -...-

zsf t torei, of VaVbage. the question arises, the state, received a new editor at the 1 hereby aanoosie TMlf a'eandt' ale for ,
the offle oT Marabal ud Tu Oollactor u4 I
J ,,1a .tw i Y Where is Kmslmmme t "-Powell's recent conference Rev. D., B. Sweat,,, ask Ib.lllppon 01_tba.t -plo) of W.
,> Pointer A live and energetic Board of Trade the ...w.- Tara poor sad I wad It lam
He U an old newspaper man, and ass.lar'-'.... nor a wblakn driDk.. I am
Don't worry, brother, means a prosperous town, and the Methodist is showing the effects for wKaTta richl and If.aect.e.I will..... ..YOr
sooner oar business people realize that to do mi ou.'. W.B. HKNDIB8OW
a -' r sAt) her wad still booming. Furtberinorey of his skillful handling In a greet manyImprovements. CO.::

> / w*> didn't say that cabbage patch fact, the bettor for them and their We anticipate that the .< .
"' i 1 business. A Board of Trade is For Marshal ,
rwau; on stair, city lot.1It's on several. nearly Florida paper U going. to become one ot
important to a town as a local newspaper I Mammee Hnelf a* a ea W... for i
Come ftiong and well show Room 11
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;:. The Klsslmmee Va lieD Gazette Mr. WvH. Norton left, on" Tuesday The regular meeting of the St. Johns
., TBIKPMONB N0..11. for Montgomery, Ala;, for a short visit. GUild will be held at.the home of MrsJ

Yv '. .. Doily Madison High Shoes. 'for Ladle Falker Tuesday afternoon. ,Feb 6at2:3W: {:) '. "

:. .' PUBLISHED: EV RY FRIDAY only M.60 at Cub Store. 6-tf .The" pulpit of the Christian ,church k

..' J -BT-J- Mn W. Coitusdeputy clerk.of the was most acceptably filled last' Sunday ;

; ,1' .. w. a.Weather. HARPti9. ." circuit,court, made a business,. trip to morning' by Rev, C.L;'Adams, of Akron Lake Gem Vi1

.--- Jacksonville t this: week. O., I, > s 1
f'' Fine\ field-grown' Roses. Miss Jean Miss May Gaines, daughter of Rev.H. i tIN tL.

Report Caldwell; Greenhouse Phone 83.: 6-tf T. Gaines, visiting het' parents. THE HILL COUNTRY AND. LAKE r \ '
She baa been studying music Nash. .
,jMr, Victor Van Duzor and family at '
. ',- 2' Following are the dally temperature were-'week-enct- guests at'the home of 'V11I. Tenn : .
: and precipitation as, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Van Duzor. Mr. R. L..Payne, wife of the chief -0. ..f':'. .9"> ,.\'"
reported by the 'Government The latest addition the motor boat surgeon of the Seaboard Air Line,:is j 'I' ( i 1H

station at Klsiimmee for the fleet on the lake Is the 25-footer The here' from1' NorfolK, Va., visiting' .her Lake Front .HomeSites Overlooking a Beautiful Artesian Lake+4' 'J
brother ,
Mr. W. G.
Feb. 1 1912. Sunflower D. Hawkins. < '
week ending just completed by > "
A. McAdoo. Mr. W. J. Lott of Kansas .has
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.AIL. ..... asiri t Small Farms Adjoining and Convenient
bought of Mr. J. H.
Eby a quarter
Friday . . . 73 49Saturday. . Mr. Clarence Johnston has accepteda block on Dillingham avenue, and will ...... '. .
in the C, W. ITann .tote \ ..
position .
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77 66 "
build two houses the'property.. '
Sunday .. . . 73 69 . taking the place of Mr. Albert' Bear on The Groves and..:Truck: Farms"here are the Proof of the Pudding,:: ,t. ,

'Monday 81 61Tuesday . don, who collector in the State The aeroplane, driven by Aviator \ 0 3..
Bank. King, at Orlando fair, fell Thursdayfrom '

Wednesday.. . 78 62 41 61 1.18. Mr. and Mrs. M. XX 'Neff of Kansas a height of twenty feet ahd was -. ASK FOR THE, .BOOK : '

Thursday 62" 85 . City, Kan., are stopping here for a few badly damaged. Mr. King.wiz unhurt.Mr. ., /' #AI'.oA'.'" !

weeks and are 10 well pleased with local Robert Wright, of St. Paul *

conditions that they' have bought Minn., has arrfred In the city to spend G- ] t i t.. 'r Jt

property from the Nelson Realty Company some time, and la t the guest of his old Lake <
Gem Land :%

:I.i ii < > their;home and here.expect eventually to make friend and neighbor, A. H. James.Laymen's Compam; ::

i < meeting at the .Presbytertan ..
IJ THE LOCAL FIELD. If you have property you desire to church' next Sunday afternoon at 3 J. E.. MATTOCKS Pres..& Manager 'XSs.: ,?;f i! l -

sell, see C. Buckets over Katz store. o'clock will be led by Bro. Pitman. All
- 4I i He has had fifty-one.,.year experienceIn KISSIMMEE t
men and boys cordially invited. A. S. FLA.
Florida and knows what the
H+w v.wNN.. w....+. people ,
want. b0-lf Nelson, Chairman.Mr. ,,
Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will and Mrs. Frank Estey of West
. df Trade
' Board Monday nightPennell
come to Klasimmee on Saturday, Feb: I Branch, Mich., who are numbered +

agent for Darling Oil 3-3 8, and will hold devotions at 7:30: p. m. among our most highly appreciated winter .

New White Goods at Katz'. 6-11 in the chapel at the home of Mrs. Tress. visitors, are again at the Park hotel 'J

On Sunday morning at 8 o'clock he will for the remainder of the season.
. Don't forget next Monday night. It''s i
say mass in the Fraternity Hall opera There will be no preaching service at
the Board of Trade.
house I the Presbyterian church on next Sun. KRIP/TOK?/ LENSESDo ,
Mr. H. O. Baum, of Eden, Pa., i ii s .
t' Col. and Mrs. E. M. Oliver, of day, because of the death of Master t
spending sometime in this city.
. Lafayette, Ala., have ;been spending a Ralph Snyder. The Sunday school and

New Lacea and Trimmings at Katz', few days with Mr. J. W. Oliver and Christian Endeavor will be held. I 'V

. / 6-lt family on Oliver's Island. They left The ladies of the Baptist church, to know
this the remainder of you what a Kriptok lense is? :
I Born, on Friday, January 19, to Mr. week to spend the number of nearly fifty, gave the .

and Mrs. Ed B. Collins, a daughter. the winter at Lake Bryan, where Col. recently arrived wife of Dr. A. J. Holt Let us '
Oliver has filed a claim for a home- explain the advantage and benefit to be :
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pittman, pastor of the Baptist church, a pleasant :>

on Monday, January 29, a daughter.New ; stead. surprise on Tuesday." It was in the derived from using them. We have had 25 C't; :
Embroideries, beauties, at The Valley Gazette this week printed nature of a "pounding, and was en-

Katz'. 6-lt the new directories A gratifying for increase the telephone of be joyed by all present. perience in fitting spectacles and can perfectly. fit you, .

company. ) Mr. Walter T. Knight of the Parian '
Vi. {),,
of Florida revised edi-
"Seminoles tween forty and fifty names since the '
[ tion; 91.25 at Kissimmee Drug'Co. 6-tf last directory was issued is shown. The Paint Company, who was in the cityon - :.. .
I business with W. B. Makinson Co.,
FOLDING GO-CART for sale. Box directory contains the St. Cloud list,
visited the County Fair and
Orange ,
60. 6-tf with which the subscribers of the local
C. A.
declared that it would be a credit to a COLE

I Mr. S. E. Metz Is in the city with company how have connection. town the size of Jacksonville or Tampa.A .
his family from Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. S. J. Triplett, wife of the for-

l and has purcbased property in Pine- mer associate editor of the Valley Ga- loud and noisy fire alarm, causedby JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST *! li lip
I dale. a chimney fire at the Park hotel,
zette, who is! now living near Narcoos- y ev
created a lot of excitement on WednA-!' A
Any work done at the Cash Store see, was in the city on business Wed- Vas
day night. No damage done except -
I Jewelry Shop, next door to_ poelofnce nesday. She brought greetings from"Trip" i
2-tf the who lost their breath ;
if fully guaranteed. P. G. White. to people 4
. to his many friends in this city,
about to locate
running wildly trying .11-
Attendance upon the Board of Tradeis and reported that he is in danger of the blaze. .

not only a duty, it is.a pleasure anda contracting gout from the high livingon
privilege to every real Kissimmee th* farm.Excellent. Gov. A. W. Gilchrist in accordancewith
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booster. Mondav night. the recommendation of the Coun- "
., is being made in
I progress /
ty Democratic Central Committee, has
Get our rubber stamps, make us shipment the organization of the Kissimmee, i
appointed Mr. R. G. Johnston as clerkof .'
of fruits or vegetables. Our ,
Narcoossee & East Coast Railway Co.
i sales will please you. Peninsular Produce the circuit court, to fill the vacancy
Co... J ackaonv lle. Fla. 60-tf Mr. Harry Hunter has signed the agree- which will be created Feb. 15 by the g. ,
I ment for the Hunter Land Co., and .,
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of Mr. A. ;. Donegan.
resignation Z 4
: Mr. George S. Nash of the Title Senator Lynn has signified his intention .',

I Guaranty Co., who has been in this city of doing ao. These names will completea force.There will be'no change' In tbe-office '. . () ...;i;"

on business for aeveral.weeke, returned directorate of unusual financial EKM)1E1. fI If" i" .... .'
I I;: to Jacksonville Wednesday. strength and business! stability. The entire evening service at the :

.: Ship your fruits and vegetables; : to Mrs.. George S. Nash returned to Methodist church next Sunday will be
Peninsular Product: Co., Jacksonville, in charge; of th Epworth League, and
Fla. Satisfactory sales and prompt re Jacksonville Tuesday, after a visit of promises to be unusually interesting.The .
I turns. fi(-tf several weeks in this city. She was [ ) ( .
topic of the evening will be the ;
visiting her husband, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Roney of Washington lives of the Apostles, and in additionto '
connected with
here on business
Kan., are spending some timein short addresses on this theme, sPfrcial V f ii
the Title Guaranty Co. Mrs. Nash!' \. Y
the city and are highly pleased with music will be given. Everyone is r
greatly enjoyed her stay in wunklssed gXZZZ
our climate and people. Mr. Roney is invited to attend the service. PA\JIJK
made friends .
Kissimmee, and many '

a practicing attorney.Is 'here, who will remember her visit with The State Baptist Convention closed tes:

Taylor selling groceries cheaper pleasure Thursday night, Jan. 25, at Oca'a, after + c
than anybody else? No. Call at 0, N. one of the most successful meetingsin s 4 hop. ]tai ,i',:

Howell's, North Kissimmee. Fresh and Mister Man, do you know that 'the Dr. S I Of Hid
delicious: groceries. Phone 257. 6-1 tp the history of the association. ". pyWe mntor ot
man can make more money froma '
average loatfeemuwt
A.J. Holt, of this city, was appointedon
I Hon W. N. Sheats of Lakeland, candidate ten-acre patch of sugar cane than the the committee to arrange a programfor S 1 sr.s to tow ipv

I for the Democratic! nomination average merchant from a $10.000 stockof the next' meeting. Eleven new a
of instruction goods with a tenth of the investment
for state superintendent public ; '
ministers were introduced to the association --
'I was in the city Tuesday even- and no danger of loss!!? If not, you had who have come into the state .. ----- r

ing, shaking hands with friends here. better investigate the condition right during the year. j .f.
\ now and get busy doing yourself some
If choice/ anti are particular,
phone 186 for accurscy you and dispatch. good.-Lakeland Telegram.An Deputy Sheriff C. F. Prevatt, Jr., on .

,1 Will call and make estimates from your Thursday found two more" of the rings; a'I I r
J own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer interesting and delightfully bucolic which were stolen from the Stanford 'I

I and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 6-tf scene was witnessed on Broadway i store by the negro, Tom Johnson alias The Land that has 51' ,

1 The Board of Trade Is a useless Tuesday, causing the passers-by much Henry Jones. He saw the negro remove t

; I organization without the cooperationof amusement when an enterprising cow something; from his mouth to his r
I walked up to the front ot a truck store shoe fulfilled all
and discovered
all its members. With that co-oper- on investigation promises
t 1 ation there is no limit to its possible and began making her breakfast off of the two rings, wrapped in a p""ce'"" .

i I usefulness. Attend the meeting Mon- some cabbage which were on display damp paper. He found five last week,
Kitsin mee has the. somewhat unenviable -
|day night. which the negro had skillfully concealed
distinction of being the only real about his r

e We have pleased others; we will city in the state where such an incident person. .

t I please you. Ship us oranges and grape- could occur. Mach Bros, have asked.; us to say that ,I
Produce Co. Jack- -"
'1 ruiL Peninsular ,
the horse which ran away last-week
ronville, Fla. 60-tf Miss Lillie Dale is in receipt of a let-
i and broke its.leg did not belong to their
Mr. Chas. L. Nye and wife of C.anon ter from Miss Jennie Cochran conveying' stable, but was owned by a travelingman 'rat
111. visiting at the home of the sad intelligence of the death of her
are who was stopping here for a few
Irs. Belle Mode in this city. There is sister Miss Maggie, and her mother. days and was boarding; his horse at the
will invest Miss Maggie died on January 12, and
very prospect they stable. We stated in an item last I

[ere, as they are greatly. pleased withhe S her mother about one week later. The week that the runaway started atMach's 1t :J
Cochrans were the earliest settlers -
i city. among stable, and a number of people .." "..
of Kissimmee and lived here fora .
Katz' store haa jumped at the conclusion that the < f
C. Buckels, over number of where they were .
had fifty-one years experience in Fiords years horse belonged to Mach Bros., causing -;- ,
held in the highest esteem by a large 0(1 ,
and know --wbat-klnd of proper these careful liverymen much'embar T .. ,
pie want. If you have any circle of friends. After Mr. Cochran'a v
4 rassment. We regret to have thus un- ,
e him; it will pay you. BOtfi death they moved to Uncssville. Conn., .
I intentionally caused this trouble.
i Mr. L. A. Sundmacher went to his where they have since resided. Our . :
older residents will all remember this _/ ,po ,
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attend but will return in a abort with sincere sorrow.' JKLsslmjniyLyallty:
i to, Mr. J. M. Gardner baa found homes omp -

and take up his residence at Kiat Mr. James D. GWord., of. Mohawk for the following win .visitors..dur-;: ri--: Lrf?
...t ParkTwhere: he"liaa.'purchasedoperty. Herklmer County, N. Y. la visiting at r lng tho'past'w..ks .J. F.W Lee Gil and e. '. d
family of pkUhoma, at. -C ; \
., the horn of )ir. M. D. Caaler, in this bert'a"bNId II.... Joseph ,Reeoe- at w."
Glft'onfbu and Mra-i WID..T.' B, B. HOUCK, Resident Maurer .. '
:A a black-striped, cream ,serge city. 'Mr. grown tired of Mr, Jfarraery- ', 9"" ;"'h
tit, ordered then unclaimed, will be the eold'of New York; and la' looking ask y'of'lrentont N. J.:,: at B: . .. ; : .
bocnaa'f- .Mlsa' B... i ?. ". ..
M. lIey'.ofRhlnebaet 1". ; .
,,. silkmarquisette '.. ';
1 afcsv bargain; also a cream. sgroond lathis section wlth'tbelde. of La and Mrs. N. P. Perrin . ..... '' "' ; \ . (
eel. -, .waist. Inquire' 'e.U at: locating Mil, having been attracted. to of IdabeLjOkU-iatMrs.; .A. II. Mot '. e .. KISSIMMEE 4 ..... "FLORIDA1 I f.\\ '
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city reading the J. Flnoehiaro and family of New '\> '. ''r'1 '
4 this through Valley ley's; . ': ;' f, .,'
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M g F a'i f ) i Republic Lawn 'Fence Onyx Enameled Ware Feb. .

" Safety Razors Saws, Both Hand and Crosscut "- lic the a

? TIM. .

jf ntt" \ Galvanized Iron Refrigerators Where Life is Worth 1'
u viT-H, Aluminum Ware Varnishes, Kyanize, Fixall, Jap-a-lac '

?j I ? '* '' Excelsior Stoves and Ranges : ... its | I

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$ Screen Doors Window Screens: (

Away from crowded apartments without room enough fop :

r i d v comfort; not air enough for breathing; not sun enough to give
good,daylight, and absolutely no play room for the children.

1 Come to Florida where you will h'ave sunshine and pure
ROSS GRA VES air, amid the singing birds, flowers and cultivated gardens,
i sy where your children will lose the, pallor of the city and romping -

1 t 1r THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR, TRADE. and in the green grass will grow up in health and. strength and '
(pr happiness. I'

'' .14' er , l IN LIBERTY PARKyou

; of iSupphes PHONE 60 Furniture: Stoves -
may realize all you have longed for-a home with all the
4r -- --- ----- charms of the country, yet near enough,, that in a short! time

) i r JGVVANT' SHORT CUT very large and our citizens and those of 'p.OWfLrs POINTERS- you will enjoy all the comfort and conveniences of the city. ,

Cocoa or: Rockledge should be interested i Only one-quarter mile from the city limits of Kissimmee, on 'tI

1' t +v ."'I enough in this matter' to take hold I an improved hard road, alonathe survey of -the new electric .

: .. ft t-"Qoud Desires, a Motor Line to of it and carry the matter through.We Paragraphs from Bulletin Issued byTampa's 1 I railroad. The best of citrus fruit and truck land, in fiveand hf
; are a go-ahe-ad town and we have ten-acre tracts at $60.OO per acre, that will be worth double )
,: Chief Booster.
Jp'.' the fast Coast '- brains and capital enough to carry out and this value within a few months. The country around }Kissimmee !

; this scheme and we do not desire to be Up to Jan. 22, 1912, California has is fast improving and those who get fci on the ground 4

;J; jf JA recent Issue of the Deland News behind our neighbors in what we con shipped this season 2,443 cars, and for ( ) floor will reap splendid rewards. There is no uncertainty 'i'

,says},"Some time within the next few'ieAl'lllOme sider not only our own welfare, but the same period last season, 4,821 cars, about the increase if you invest in LIBERTY PARK. {

l 0h man with nerve and $160- that of Florida in general.: --St. Cloud just one-half less. '
bIt '000 will build a gasoline motor railway Tribune.' the I'J
The Florida Homeseeker has an interesting -
between Daytona and the St. Johns --- ( ) .
article from that Some other bargain* which u> arm offering:
expert -
liver/, passing through lleLaIs'blg nd. There PAY UP Mr. te. O. Painter, who shows bar, ;Jv>. 501 -An attractive homo in 1'ine- Florida write or call on us quick, as this ;'.'.:,

iT money: In this proposition for that 1.700 crates of tomatoes have been This properly l Is. just outside of property will not be on the market tong'Y.. :
w .tom wide awake man." for limits, on high ground House at the price named. This property we ,
1' : f Jf'>:For 'several weeks there has been Poll Tax Must be Paid Soon to Secure raised on one acre of land, when the twostoryand containseiirht rooms, are offering for a short time for $12,600. '.
: tomatoes were staked and pruned. At plusU'rcii 1 and hard oil linish two Will sell as a whole or divided into two
x'r d.t*''a&ttat cl In.St. Cloud\ a movement onthe.same a Vote. j' the price paid fpr' tomatoes last spring and (- ,,, line well and large barn. parts if desired.
4 order as the above. We wish the (: ) lot-Hied liie-itrre
? house in! on a
Fy this mean .gross profit of $>.000 No :221:! This Is of the
The one handsomest -
tor.aclby direct! communication the state Jaw requires that in orderto ure wnh Ix'aulifuliewof the city
) 1uA : an acre. .i lake Latiil adapted. to citrus homes close. to the. lake, house is
{ East Coast at a point near Cocoa or vote at any election the poll tax is .
'Rockledge, It is beyond a doubt that must be paid by the second Saturday of I There will hardly be a cold now suffi- .. mid trucking. This property favorable can new containing, hard six oil rooms finish plasteredthroughout electric
> r 1 had for r3.IMt: < )1. on pry
'i e ,a.large'amount of tourists and travel- the month in which the election is tobe yent; to injure the orange trees, and if way Will introduce customer to lights,! and hath. nice shrubbery in a't

Urflwould tie turned our way, and't.tI1'ouah held. This is saJ, but true. Inconsequence such is a certainty you can expect an for and!) let them deal direct. yard. Just the place for anyone desiring .
immense bloom on the trees and if good a quiet, cosy home where they
'' should such an ob- of this truth, resident and
_. pur town any I No 30LasIfused) farm, located on can get the benefit of the breeze from
.ucy ject-he, a committee of of Kissimmee who desires to vote at seasons are had' through the summer road In Osreola Count r. It miles\ the lake almost every day in the year.
oat ateand the matter in the coming city election must pay his I there will be a record-breaking crop depot. 10 acres fenced and in line view of lake from front veranda.

0 band with Interested parties with aery poll tax not later than Feb. 10. From of the queen of fruits in this country to will stale of eultIvatlontwsttrucking; This property Is offered by the owner
s'r r l l'y li suceediag,1q harvest Another season. The rains io this Keclion. Has (food well for a short time; we will introduce customers ;
the date of issue of this
fair of
| prospect ultimately on
paper you
and .
have been citlage; stable, wagon shed 1 to owner and let them deal
this point have only about nine days in which to plentiful this winter, ant of house. All ready for purchas irect.

ere I l1 'a large l amount of land be- attend to this important civic duty. those groves' which have been well taken one to begin work withoutanv delay or
I. i they two towns that is good and Remember the tax must he paid by care of are in the pink of condition fora be clearing, land. and walling No. 436-Seven-room house, 8 rooms r
:: full bloom and crop.DeLand Record improve before being able to pro- plastered, 4 coiled 2 porches, poultry
i and that will produce anything that Feb. 10. Furthermore in order to vote !' the any crops. This I land is adapted house, wood shee, flne well 171 feet
;sate be crown in.a semi-tropical climate. at the coming primary the poll tax The .Wright & Moore Co. of Bartow, growing all kinds of citrus fruits; deep, two lots 691 feet front each, 135

iW a desire .more communication with must be paid on or before March 9. has planted 160 acres to watermelons.That >ve can. be started to good advan teet deep fine garden plot, east front.
I is the best it is Wright-More should follow while I land is being farmed Price This is a splendid bargain at $1250.
u>. talde"World than we have at present Right now time to pay ,
Terms half if desired. See
Terms on if desired.No. on us early
trod it would appear that a good and there will be no danger of over- their example. But think of the joy in part if you desire property of this descrip-

road connecting u* with Cocoa would looking it. that little ISO-acre patch! 435-House of six rooms, with tion.

attain the desired result. From the report The Experimental Station at Gainesville and sewer connections located
j'f'r two blocks of 08tomce. douse is No. 437-We are offering some very j
parties who are acquainted withhe Leave It to Her. I is planting its trees with dynamite. wood work hard oil finish; desirable resident lots, located three '

,' location the cost of building a good "I asked your husband last evening That ought to raise something. 64x1474 with 19 full bearing orange blocks from Court' House, on nice high
i in the yard. You can stand on elevation, for $300. Alley in rear of all
''y wa ubntanttaj auto or gasoline road bet U he had his life to live over again 1Cha Within a week celery will begin to porches and pluck the fruit. Call these lots. Cash or short time. Let

ee\\ ,the two jpqints, including abridge w uld marry you.: and he said he" move in large quantities from the Florida ; us and allow us the privilege of us show you these lots.'
-a '
t 1 over.tltd St.'Johns river between I certainly would." "He certainly celery districts. The, output will a. you this desirable home..
{ r Lfke WtMey' and Polnsett would not be wpuldn't"-Houston Post run over 1,000 cars.' The price will be Kb. 803-Small farm Inside of city
r v N No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house limits. Tnis property consists of a five
L i strong throughout the season if no one inside limits, fine deep well acre tract within a quarter of a mile of
____ ___ _ ___ _ _ I market becomes) glutted. The supply contain city two acre of ground good Osceola High School. Small house finetourInch'
of celery in cold storage is small, the Lam, wagon and : sheds all flowing well land all in culttvation. t '
I i I California and Gulf state have good new fence. Fine location City is building very fast in
&\Johnson Park crops small truck garden or poultry' ranch. this direction; lots will soon command a 1
? been frosted, and the Florida has
crop is a fine proposition where you will good price if owner should desire at any
;i had too much water. These conditions have the freedom of the country, time to sub-divide and sell It for residence
l Honest U cannot be disputed and the growers will close enough to enjoy all the ad purposes. Price 1300.
n. It on *A 1 of the city, such as splendid
1 lWf5' get exercise much care in distribution j No. 2! 1-Three choice resident lots
school best markets churches
'rt here :. "q.building lots, 52 ft. front and 152 ft. deep in of their product so that good prices: : Price $1500. fronting on 'marled street In southern r'#

.aeo\&. sw'ilrable! locality. These lots afford a view of will be maintained. ed in portion of city elegant view of lake A
= where can get the benefit of the :
: No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just
..-.J. _. 1 lake, from which refreshing breezes blow KNIGHTSAYSThat distance beyond city limits on cool breezes that blow almost contin

hottest summer days making this a cool ; Creek road.. Close to splendid ually. .Good health locality, fertile
IkL'v' and school, churches and market. Price soil and good street-all that makes
f\bi ,:r'\'tOO; \ place in which to live. .()() per acre. Terms on part if de- life worth living Is found In this sec
BJ I t the Big Dredge is All tion of the city. Will! sell these lots
? #;<*' ; 3? } '. '---Price.. corner lot $125 inside lot $100 Working put, singly or If you desire will sell the

i "i1"Y + p'., T.r..... Easy Right Thank You. COLONIZATION LANDNo. three which will make one large lot tH1IxHO
feet. Price
(. r Knight says he'll fill the hole, and 40O--Thls-ls a tract of 6,i60)

r> 5 :t Truck and Fruit Lands I Knight ought to know, for he has been a the !timber land.and colonization Well located pur-for No. 41(2:( -New bungalow consisting t

1 dredging for 20 years. Referring of It borders on three lakes.. of four large and two shed rooms, on
t', ;h 1. We are headquarters for truck farms and citrus course to the hole behind the sea wall lIroad es. within three miles of tract. lot 147x147 feet, well 1U7 feet deep. 20 t '

t t I e f fruit lands. We also have come fine propositions in 1; at Cape reeze. The (dredging: opera- .can cut, 2.500 to 3000 feet of lumber to trees young set fruit in front trees of and lot.young'This shade prop- 1
This will bring splendid re
FTt ., property in the vicinity of Knsimmee. tions have been the center of interest acre.lo owner If sold in small tracts. erty Is near to the lake and Is a de-
.f 'i\', |I for the past couple of weeks, and the price $0.50 per acre. light 'ul place to live ; land is high + .
; For full information call on or address spectators have divided into two distinct tem and just the place for a nice quiet
... home where the breeze from
.. you
l No. 381! -A 20-acre tract located on
t camp, the believer and the doubt-
the almost Price
i ; { r d dI ,r: : J. D. Clark & Co. ing Thomases. The latter not seeing Cloud road road twp miles Property from has depot good on terms on part continuously.If de.Ired. $1300,
any heaps of sand and dirt at the end of and three-acre orange grove: in
oft l Broadway i the pipe, have the notion that none is This grove will yield from No. 415-Very desirable vacant lot.
.. containing three acres. just outside >
',. coming out. Knight knows better, for ()() to 1200() boxes of oranges. each city limits in West Kisslmme s
land. cleared and in
|I he knows how big a hole has been dug place to start poultry farm or truck 'u
't increase to twelve .
than to
et:' grove
I i : around the ) garden. Close to churches and school. ,
out dredge, and he knows fifteen and at same. tlirie can
,1 tb : iti -i r L acres
.14.-.... that sand and dirt has gone somewhere yielding any garden truck desired. A bargain at $175. Let us show you
H this lot.
". because sand cannot be taken from one in search of property that will bring y,
4' y will this fall, and at all times while No. 402-Fine 20-acre( '
: place unless there is some other placeto orange grove located
-f i
thi > new grove: Investigate this. .
';1it. Fixtures"THATS I put it. Inside city limits, close to school
.for property is convenient to town, and churches This property consists
i k The fact of the case is that the big: \ marled. road on one side one end. of forty acres of land, twenty acres of

agog 'I <* ''" "THATS MY BUSINESS" I dredge: is doing I its :work and doing it $4,000. which is in bearing orange and grapefruit ra,,;''
*. well. An immense amount of sand has ORANGE GROVENo. trees, ten acres additional cleared' .
th ; I and in cultivation
I been put within the sea wall, and baa ; good five-room cot-
/ *,:Representing the following well-known house, I solicit I good Twenty-five-acre orange tage; two deep wells. This is an excellent -
i f* i 1 A. I been driven through the water by the all under good fence. Railroad location, where yon will have '
t I -i r .4 ,(': .}: : your' "buuneaawben. in need of FIXTURES of my kind. force from the outflow pipes in all directions. through grove; station adjoining the freedom of country fife with city

Zp*". I It now lies a foot or more ; good school and church within advantages. Possession can be secured
I, :t"'. > E. H. Stafford Co., Office Bank Store, Opera. Church, deep in the) water over a surface of hundreds mile of property. All crop on short notice. See this proposition "
11 ;<0" and Lodge Furniture can be grown in Florida do well on before purchasing. Price, $9,600; terms :
+ 1t.. Wilmartle Co., Show Cases and Store Fixtures I of square yards. More is going that place. If. you desire a home in on part. -
", Barnes Safe & Lock Co., Safes and Vaults in every day and every night. It will I .
1'0er ;! i* Shaw Walker Co., Filing Devices: i not be many day until It will be visible I. \
JV.. Co Sectional
Weiafr ,, Bookcaaes. Etc
''l. and than it.Will pile up even more rapidly 1 '
k ', Aporn Brass Manufacturing JCo.>-Soda Fountain! fruit ;
;' -f. j .. Kaneas City Scale Co., Automatic Scale T ', for aot nearly so much of It will
.' >"*> J> pi fX l. r..., Eealas nt all VlnA., fr pl| P"W'ReJ be pumped back into the lake. WorkwlHJpr6ceed"hiPcn
V'' "' 'Remington. C. Smith, and Underwood Typewriter '- --" morn'rapidly when

?j Vtklng t Befngerator. Co., Complete Outfit tor Store and.. Market" the pontoon have all been completed ( -. BRFAKE4'An

H" for' the outflow' pipe. It\wfll then be .la
call and Caaace estuaaU .
JtI: appreciate a a to your waata, and can ;
possible to move dredge aid
pipe without -
1 |I. BEST at jwke* sad terms that will commaad order
you your
, '. ,Ii. ., having to stop for ten Jninute ormore man. : -: Over Osceola Pharmacy :- ...... 1I
").Jt.- -- while five or'sbc men big the heavy :
I the '
through .
> trough, water fl.;
1 : W; a HANKINS Yep Knight says thtf dredge la work- .
\ .
s i" ..: ... f Kissimniee -oFlorick
. ing all right, doubting Thomsau to; the ) ). .
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4 F >, '. .>r. .. ."' .. J"'A'l1. .'" ', ,'to. .. ", '"- .. .. ,' ,' ._ ,- .'.. f contrary t otw# itsndingsandj Kidght _, oCt
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; :Oso1aLumb4i: A;Tftk; of.the' RevohitJea: of',"Special.I .

: ., t Interest to ,ChMrefl.: 1 It

Compahy- (BT 'DR- BazAi :* )
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'. -.. VPBALBR.S. to.*"". ,...... Nellie, who--,was watching intently, I) ;
I when she taw the mishap could not repress ,I

i ' Lum a scream; ...,eelall". as' the;,bear ', 'Guaranteed' 'J4 '1 The Only
and Dressed Pure Lon f
Rough er ; Staple Bonded.Mattrets" : )
Into the :1.
seemed determined, .to Ret ,, boat. *. CottonTelt t' "7 i;- Dealers Offer' .
Willie;,with hU chances greatly leiaen- .

'. ed, did not give .,up. but /tood ready .. I

\ WIT DOWSfDOORS; '; With chi {piece' of paddle beheld, and 4

,. . SHINGLES' L .LATHB&CK'LIMB"'r. :;;: ; the bearwu/ railing herself ; Th ;'Ghol Stin: .Sanitary Felt Mattress : : i

climb Into the boat be Rave her a heavy .

.1 11 .i *' ..J. blow qn t snout and abe tank for'the .;.15 gtatanfeetl''the, best mattress':possible' to produce,, at any price. !

N'OVEL'-r= V' W--OR'GENERAL I moment,' ; "But Jt*was only for a moynenk' ,' ,1 It is made pf purest long staple cottonivoven, into layers of indestructible, 'i '

,. ., .. I '' 8b. .quickly recovered from the 'sanitized felt,. Each layer is placedwith! mn :ss. one ..upon'' the;: other '. "" ". '

'BUILDING MATERIAL blow, and seemed more determined than so that.perfect:, uniformity is secured.; This'felt is encased ,in the bead j
' .' ..ver.ta renew the assault;, \Jv* t enlarge a tf

\, \ I 'alligator! ."'tame 'pushing'' rapidly" ticking': :plain.Slcipeor fancyd*; . 'f'We :

f JI'. "Ir'Free DdiVuy. to All'Parts' of' City'JIO. t : 'through the'water. Mixed the bear and* : 'agree"'tQ forfelt100 to any'ppurchaser who can find other': :, '

her back. She Vas obliged to "

t; . .' "turn pulled her attention to tide new enemy, .,' '' than,staple'cotton felt,in/Thc, .,Gholstin.. Sanitary! 'Felt ,Mattressr_ ; .i 11;
t ,

.' 4 ' and the i fight"; was faat.diir and}'furious bowl.' Uttering aheto Ours, is ,rth'eBoldest, Jargesl, an'd 'best'TequJppied# ; mattress 'factory! '-In .the, .
( jtheBoost a "
; '
: pJuy.' free b'from ner enemy;; 'SOUth.1 We permit none but skilled employees to;; make The .Gholstin- ,'

butT, >eltber teeth nor claws -made ,any ; because inbuilt-. and an ;'reaujres'expert knowledge, \\I

r TRilNS'FROM THE WE T 4 impreeslon on his stay hide while the We 'do not renpvate or make:over mattresses, We':have no'"way-of': ..'
4 '
alligator seemed to know ;that all-he : .
knowing to what contagious disease an old/mattress/: may have been'exposed. -
had 'to-hold 'on. sluggish -
to do was .The '
: .1 water 'w... lashed Into a muddy. We-adyise'you- be sure that the faclory which makes i ;

-VIA- ,, foam. The" bear was doing her best, your ''mattress<'is sanitary. In 'addition tf.>. supplyingourcustomers / .,' '

but she could not breathe under water :, the best mattress.possible/ to make 'we' safeguard,, 6 :

and was growing weaker. Tbe children xheir-health, ; '' '

: (g l ATLANTIC : eat watched t.1re'eonte.t'with' .ag.r safer:Jnter-in . .. Ne-,a' The GliolSlln \vilr never lump;"pack down or's'
; and\ felt that they were '
hard: Given occasional sun bath :;..,
.. being: free from the attack pf the bear.It 1l0IS'rhbecome ,
c. '
\, "Dixie Flyer. "Seminoleinited" Was over before long, the bear Was . J . IV.'" .it will l. last a generation'' !, .. ",

; drowned, and the alligator; could take .
Ask ;your dealer, lie should be able

"S uth Atlantic Limited his time in devouring her. }Q supply jyou.If/ not write ;I
While the children' were in doubt .

Route". what would take place next,'and what Gholslln-Cunnlnflham Sp .gbed'Co. .,
'Montg mery they should do, they were agreeably

surprised Mr. Jones calling to them 9AI4ItARY FELT_ Msmalsdanee ': ATLANTA GA. Il

Through Pullman Can from Oucaio, St. Un,' Cincinnati, I. Poll, Grand from the 'side of the slough; next his MAnRESS I 1 -, .

R.pi.7 Cleveland Louisville., MashTffle. Atlanta and BinD D, ackwnriIIe. cabin. Un teaming the situation; he . I ft/ ,'
pushed another boat off.from his
. .
;, DINING OAR SERVICE to come-to their relief. He had heard I IIi
Publication. Order of Publication. \
SALIVATED BY ..Order of ,,
the commotion and had see. .
information call on or write toW In the Circuit Court of the Seventh. Judicialrirontt. tb* Circuit Court of the deventh Judicial'
For further Fla. meant. He war surprised to : DANGEROUS ,CALOMEL In end for O6 ola.County, State" of Circuit In and for Oaoeola County, BtaM. 01
C. Gilbert. Ticket Agent, KiBsirrimee.\ . find' asked to know Vlorlda In Chancery Florida. in voanoerv. . ,
children and
B. I). Warinc.Complainant; J < ) .rIU.
B.C....Stanford eomplaiai v* I. J J ..+
J. G. KlkJLAND, Division Pasienger Agent howjthej.came to.'be there-. Th.y told. and against all personsunder claunlnK ajs Interest h
' William. Groan.. 1. HerbertOr the said' I. J. srrlll
Florida.PoootxJOOtaoootlotPOCPa1aPalotPaJasot. You Eves or <
ampM; their story burried!/ but.clearly, and If Sa Men SalivatedYou *n. Otto-F. Wlnkalman. JUlltoltetifo. against all other persons-other than ,th* .
'". know I All person other than tie'j Cloud from above known andn.nudpertle.elaimnRar: )
the old man waa much grieved to Don't Want Any More above named partita, o'alm- Till,. Interest In the property tm this Wll described. .,. Y
that hi.-bogs bad been the cause of so Calomel.Yourself.There's Inc an Interest In tbs propertf defendants.. '
In this blU described, Dlendaats. To all whom I*may eonoerut'. - I
OOOOOtKSertary much trouble, but was much pleased to It ... the sworn. bill of eoi..plaint
suffered 'I no real reason why jt person To all whom It may oonosrn filed lethisrisense. that there are person* Interested
FoRD. 8. t- u. know that the children had rio
c. A. CARSON J. A. C1t4 should take calomel w.hen It appearing from the sworn bill of Complaint, In the property Involved tnlrsuK.. eta- '
. VIc.-Pnsldeet. harm, beyond their fright anyway fifty lied/D his cans that then' ar* persona Interested .r than the known defendants and that the
....Id..t. cents will buy a large bottle of Dodsqn'S In ths property: Involved. In this' salt. .oUt osmes of such persons so 1"_'... "r4 a..1
Just then there were other voices, .r than the known defendanta. and that the known to the complainant; and that relief ta
Li..Tone'p rfeet .ub.titu.t.\for name of snob person. ao Interested. are unknown prayed In said bill of eompTalnt .aalnst swab
and two men approached the slough lo the complainant,, and that relief Is unknown .. .ndante. '
caJoiQeL It is
from the tide whence the children had a pleasant tasting vege- prayed IL| said Bill of Complaint........ soon It Is therefore. orderecl.&hat all persona shin.- l
LUMBER ,taWe liqui( which will start 'th.'liverjet unknown delendanta.. ins .a iaterat I" and 10 the fonowht d..erfba ;
KISSIMMEE come. Seeing them in the boat, one of It Is therefore. ordered that all persons claim edyeopery.sitaat.IntesountyofOse.oht,
aa surely as calomel, and which has Inc an Interest In end lo th. deaonbedproperty Bt.tool'bridi to-wilt : 1
the men cal.'ed: oat absolutely no bad after-effect ., situate' In the .0IlOW"'Ji. Ososoln. Bed"DIDer'7 test South sad 47 d........ Jtan 5 t
"Why hello, what ,are you youngones ; I fetal,of florid' to-wit! of the Wst corner of LoU In.Moeof the
'Children 'and grown people.can tak.lDodson's The southwest. quarter, the' sontbwsst quarter South Florida Railroad. oomJNID," surrey ef
doing out there!" I of southeast Quarter and lot four (.) of the town. KlsaimmeeOlty.and running South 'II
<*. Rough and Dressed s. Willie Liver-Tone without'any re- section twenty-are. (25).inlownshiptw.ntpeve) 47 degrees East M feet. North 41 degrees Bail ftO,
I Nothing at present, an- etriction of habit diet. The Kissimmek (2ft).eouthappear ofningi tweoty-elght (281.) w/,do feet. ,Norm 47 degrees West ISO..... Sou th JS degrees ,
) R'' swered. "VV. were going to Mr. or to the Comp'sinnt'e Bill of ComplalDt WIOO fwtbeing a pen of Lot 4,of Bea.
Drug Co. sells it and guarantees herein. filed on or before ihs Rule day of Kebrnary kloo ln'T-Iwo (221(: iii Tohip lwentyevsin .
Jones', but got fastened on a cypress 11)12. to wit, the Mil dai of Fabrnary,sis : ) South, of Rang twenty-nine(2>); I
,PINE LUMBBHOUSE off." to take the place of calomel and will the. Hid bill will be taken as confessed. appear. to th* oomplalnaat's bill at oom l.lnt
knee, and are needing help to get refund if in It Is further ordered that this. order be pub heroin. filed on or before the' Rule da,of FeB- R l
Mr. Jcnes had bis.boat ready by this your money your tithed onus a week for twelve. (12)) consecutive easy 111y l ..6&Ia'" of rebraary.N5! I
caa., weeks in Ibe Klsdnme*Valley a..."..ana we the.said bill will tsken as o.nfe....... >TIt
. time, and pushed out to their reacue. paper published in said Oaocaia Cotuity: at ISO?, I*further_.... that ate order b*'pah.llahed .

1 "Hello, Jones," said one of. the 'men, A Nice Gift Package.My ,era Wltnara!circulation Barnes In W.r nld PerkinsJOdg.Counts of said one In the a week Knalmme for twelve Taller(12)eoneeeuUveweek Oesettav a

BILLS A SPECIJVLToooeexxKxi&xxxxxxiecxxxxxxtecxx "that you?" ClronK C'onrt and ny name as Clerk thereof' newspsper. published to acid ()MI...' eounty of 1I
and the official of said Court., this Utb .day ol general circulation la, said count .
"Yes," he replied. "Express Box" of mixed citrus October, A. U. Ml. .- : Witness WUI H. Price Judge of said Circuit,
and take in fruits packed especially for the holiday I (S.AL.1AnrnoaE' DOHKOin, Court, and my name a*Clerk: thereof, and the
:)OCvJ.i. 44Well 'oorne, over. me trade and for those wishing to remember Clerk of Circuit Court. official of the court, this' :Wth day of October.A.1 .- 1
and I'll help YOU.". I 1 By ELIZABETH loimsroif. 8.121 I >. lull. <= AniHrnB.: By"....,
'" ) friends at a distance, containing orW O.. '
w "I'f {, t' F. [rlbb.. HollcUor fur Complainant. (Seal) Clerk of the Utrotill Court.
; . ;', d. -- ".Ml\ right," said the old man. and,he angel, grapefruit, tangerines .nd kumquats j ..t>. C f
-- ------- ----- the best rift 0.r,Krhbe0Row&forr oomplssln..".. 4o-Ut p
-, --- ':, --p-1, "j soon reached tbe other side and chippedhis ft ; package yet offered ;
";' "'.\\'i., .;< / ,I r. man whom" he called Klssimmee. Mail''orders oKeitod., H. Aa'Ordlu.aoe ...... '
tpePeymeutof .
proceeded to get the boat off. Back-on R. Oventreet. Kiesiinmee, Fla. 44-tf Interest on the "elIDf'fop..Paving N_.ND'". Notice, '
I She his not the whole the home_de the children were safely hired ReapecllTely' .One Two Three,Four Under the provWon* of Section ?te\ of the'
) and Fire, and for th Redemption of Sameland General. Statutes of tb. State. of Florida notto' f
but choice landed and explanations. were quickly for the Appointment. of Note ; 'rnutes. Is hereby given that at regular meetlns' of th.' ",
Call for Democratic
earth to sell, just made. Congressional and Defining ThHr. I>uU.. Hoard of County Oommlssioer of Osoulaeraoty. ,
Be It Ordained the Council :She. of In said Slat held on heletdayNy'
by o City y \
bits) of it located in "We got to the sergeant's d BftlOm- Primary I Klaslmmee' .: "..u.,4. D. IVI7. time boundarl of c_ \
? : ing, and found his wife in a *peok...ftrollble' To the DHHWt.tlo Vowrt ..f the Second Con- Bodice 1. It ibalt be the duty of the. Council misaloneni'. Dlatrlet No. S and 4 In said oonnty -, ,' j
were. changed and that said boundaries,aa.l Dtetnotctf Ficrida.1h.CampmenOsmloflteeof to proTid ennnally tbe paTsnent of the Intereat ; .
about the hogs among the-potatoes tb"T>emoeraMa I of the II.. promissory notes atfladfMreM changed, are now aa follows i
and how aa the. children bad( Committee e f the. i oond Cons1!B. ioa.ltrlet Die- I Paring _ote.," numbered r4pecUTly District Nov 1.negeni.g'atthe northeast \ : '
of the Bun, of Florid hereby. five. no! On.,Two Three, Four and Fire and for the corner. of township 2ft south ".re..east,and, ) w
FLORIDACHOICE come after you. So'be sent Wation tic M foltoww: I erection of a sinking fund for the redemptionof . running thence west on the county line to t.II. -
Flr>u A pcftD..I..otIloDforlb..omln.&loa. I said notea.Bee. IiCedlidtogtown.bWsOand51'thencesouth .. V
range 4"f
and me after the children, wale & .nd of tI DvmuuiuUo. ..Ddid..OI" from 9. Immediately upon the Issuance ol on said rang line to Lake East- ;.
f Smith got the hogs in a pen." ..Id dl.rtotbe 81& -"'lrd Congress the II old Street paving Notea the Council shall,appoint kallga) thence soolhwest. to the bead of (beKraloag '.
welted SWewil *>. theld oa.the 8OU cia y of ,vy. resolution.e tie recorded In the mla- Canal 00 said lake thecae down 'i'r 1
"All very; good," said Jonea, "'butwho April,A. D twrBMood. I I rates, a aoocamlttee three. persona who shall reeler of said\ canal 't Lake Tohopekallgaience .: ,1
Sfcmld there be -fall..... In the said. lack Its ,
( a be freeboklera of thee y, and be Wld "Trus weal across to western
is this man you call Watson; lection far tbe ominetion at a lx>moor tk.! I tees of fMreet. Paring If etea," who shall. each. margin: thence south on west shore of aaid.
HOMES don't seem to know him.". caodldtfnlorCoMMiee'fmm the laid district i glee. lie..... ruanlnc to die mayor of lake. to the canal thane down in. center of t. !
lo the MttyHbM Connrwn .ft the UaltedHUtea with the eum ol Five Hun canal to Lake Cypreaa. thence east en the. man
"Oh! bee one of us; rocked him up eenvnd: prima Jt wW'beheld. on tbe lred Della... ooe dttlo*ed bat the said Trustees [ of Lake Cypressi thence; east to township, ..., !
SELECT'FARMSVACANT v'thd.soeMa1A D.4 1STblru. I etall.. faithfully dlscbarg* the trait confided fine. niylding township and 281 then**east IC
while on our way to join Gates. A. tttion! ,.< a mew Dmocretl' I te ahem, and chill. py.over and duly *o* to the rang line between. range* II and. S2j'
"' LOTS : "Well, friend Watson, yourlhand. Conrr MUiuaOMun>lteefeFuld. dlilrlet" will count ser all earns of come thence south to the townshiplino 'dividingtownsolpl .,
be held. OB toe W'* dries! of April. A. D. 112. to I Into their hands by :::.nrtu.l.;: 18 and tl; thence to the eastern
If you are a friend to Gen. Marion, :II be coMpoaed ANt;) ACREAGE the band In Hid* a..ettdesa.bechorcob'e.Democratle eat ....for said sinking fund shall be old orsrbytheeasnhal along the county line >o the po1.10. beginning t
Y am proud to give you 'right roMreof eefc__mmpecttvely. I 1 and .tax collector to the saidTrnateea "' .
of fellowship." FoDI h. Th r.>e* averBlnc the. .l.te prt- .and the ssld Trustees shall pay out District the
mir eleaiom, 4M >ronletod} tae Denocr Ko. 4-Beglnnlng' at noVOteaif .
f by of tb* taooe se received the Interest oa said .
Ask About Them "Yes," said Watson. "1 too friendto uo Stow Ceeamtttee, hU control In tbeprimary treat parlag Dotes and ball. Invest the real. corner of township 2II"u'b. rang.4 east andtownshiphhoe
,, oleccieD .f. ekontaew for Congreetwhere due In coed securities,*o be held as an accumulating *dlrldingItowiahip. line. to the"
the General, and a friend t*nyman peMeeMe and -IneontUtent with fund for the redemption of said note. \ SI and Hi 1u
who is his friend.!" epeclflo req.ireeente*f the.. committee. See .. la her of removal for cause, of res.luaaue.edecbosayosaid hens Weston said townahln lineto the Kitslnimee 1
SUMMERS Fifth. Any wklte Democrat ..- the Traiteea the. / river thence north on western bound- 1
f MRS. "You know." said Welch; '1 General neoeewiry legal uU>Ac-tIooe Ir'representsg CouII..1I1111 the vacancy arv of the.. county to take Cypress: tbeaoe a'
thre. In th..eo.. _of the OnMed Htatee from All ordinances, er pane thereof. In conflict north and east on west shore of Lake Cypress
Gates wouldn't have our command Kill district, mar become* ondldte for lb.cemloalw h.rewk* be and tbe came are hereby repealed to the township. line between. townships:27 and i ,
Lake View Cottage In MM election, :JW; thence cast along said line lo .he.
by rang
With him to fight Cornwall but | prinery filing W. B II AIUJfOOIf.I .
ti bt go with the e..I.... of tale ooanaittee., rls.: I President of Council. line between range* 31 and W; thane' south MOeoeols
t' SOUTH KISSIMMEE aent us to destroy the boat* on the Han O. L.iMltaelJ." remuidtaa. Florida, on A(Mat: J. R. GIL..*.., along said' flue to the township line between. r t,
i or .before the lat cia,. Mavti*. A. P. 11)12.wrMlan ) a Clerk of the City of Klulmmee.. towothlps 28 'and 20, and then**cut. to. th* ;
rivers: so as prevent\ their bejngajeed .-ea< *a Mauire4. bjr .law. of bla. Approved this nth day of January,A. D. 11)13. point of beginning .
e by the to ,.........'to .be mho; .< d..., which .Ia_ U. CLAY HTAMFORD, Said changes being mad under.'"-
d enemy escape. m.. shelf be alcned by aim and hall. .. be cc.comp.nld S-M: Mayor of the City of Klaslrome pious of Chapter 61H18, Act of we', Laws of. i iFlorid. i
k i "J know," said Jones; thebeatfceats with Three Handredaod( Seventy- ..
u flve Dollar: aa an aware./ Jo aid in defray In witness ..whereof I have. hereunto. set ..T P i
were' sent to me, and are ..afely'esncealed log evpentwe. of hoUllnff I I ... hand and official seal I. at Kiaatumea.. In said
+ MODS in a cove clear my cabin." mxth. Candidate. tot mbbwrybl. on tbeConKMalenl Application for Final 'Discharge.In count: of Oiota" < this** dq of January*. '
HOTEL, Committee*hU not be required P.191 2 -
They! were now.about ready to start to pay any iMeaameei*. and eball make theirappllcaalon Connor. the County In Judge EiUteof State of Florida. l Seal) Aalnc. >!9. Downot S
County r* L. II. Will.
Re.I for on tbe bUet tbe 2-4t
t plaoe to re- Clerk Circuit Oomrs.
lama, d.ecLNot1ce -1
for the sergeant'.but Nellie kept anxiously
Jjr located, .pea"' county. oommlMeea.ttevenlk. _.... .to . given to all whom It may .
Thisoummdttes win ther'ftr.s.
w Artisan Watquet andCno- .looking to the boat in which they ..' elcetlon" and declare the result, concern. that hero. a. lath day of April! A. 1)

I r f: vC ) Grouoda, had tried to cross the slough. : :..:.aeaaoo Imu InetrncsJon andpromulgate Parker 1VW, I shall. apply said lo Court the Honorable,as Judge Oeo of Pro". Notice-- of Executor foe Final S

paKo and boat ant-el.a ."Left anything. honey?" aafcatd and mlee dose thereto.Ordered under and, bf virtue.of bate, for a foal dlaoharire a* administrator. of Discharge:: 'I' '
lerneoontr verlooklivood the estate of U I H. WUIiama, deeeaaed and
the power alTen us under the law sad rules of
Welch. thai at the- same dm. I will prewnt my Anal la Court of la* of P7orlda J Ja.
i t'M ] seeking Table "'Y.s..sir, please, any little bear." the committee' tale. 2Kb' L ofIJanu.ry,1512.B&a sau.. account ask for, their a* administrator of said .......and ...........of M...._..T arie. /........ deowr. .,
CbdranCsgnCommttto approval. I. coons .
vs t>oardr is per from i'1tt .'Yoor what he inquired. .Con. ted< Dirtrf of FloridaAtteett OemoeraUoCong. Dated Oct.. 2S/A. I> I ll. :Mota..*I*hereby clvra. to 'aU whom -1& my i ,
oog. .
ee wee. chewer Willie bow spoke up,bel -said: "Shelad tmm Kuan, Secretary. eVItt N-IsMma A. Ie-. DROUGHT. 4d................. on_rn. shit on lie 10th day*f Il.y A D.. .'
+ _ bad !!12. I shajTapoly.o th. Hoaoubl. t :. 1. :
; inglnded. small cob in the Puksi. .. .. .,. .... > :
ed -, picked up a canes, I Application .1Id. 01 saidC .. ... j
WM. into ;tb. and ,
on and took it. boat that'swhat telration. ,Application to Sell N Martha AI Tar1lD"-.1 .,.d

ns f Boni' 148 F, PLR. caused taa trouble"' I Ja .*. Court ef the. .ConsrV: Jodie,''|Bia..4>>fsanda" Oo rt",t County Indg.. .....of Florida.In ez eeyke of nW.w wlft prsa.i..,'faI. my eat aaal- "'- 1
? TnV VLnTllL'iLiJ Ll'rrr' Nellie said:while bar tyes filled l with .- f re .....of/..rtIoa 111&I.....Pan Shiver and y ,, .r-- C
....N .... .. Oe-erttreel. PeeeolaCouaty. .- .- ltaa4alllhl.*.. Minors,-Oeoaola Caesar ,tat .
"NoW.fta;; tooth r 1s.dead,, if;>. . liawwaOitlMtr.A,511b .
Motlc Is n...-MveW to all whaas It may .....! "k2 % sere it wUi atiuTf.", 8wbsa .. .D.'OvKrre1 wthis 1 lessees ibM IrttU J. Oedbold.a.' ... ol ............'1 l .\aa-w._ '. ., F'.
.d sfn.d Veroon fJllftr,Peal Shiver and BaneaiahlveK. .
\;' '''Tf|">J '(To to* ContimasdO4if" coal, plsa I. .. w1U. e. .1'11&h .. _,"we --' 'NottdibroM ; ... -, )
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Florida. Maps. PLOTLESS PLAY CHURCH DIRECTORYBAPTIST. Originally Real a tumbler""Twrnblera.waa tar front J. \i'T 119t r SON

Upon receipt of 25 cents s. U.
' .. ,. Gazette office pocket what It la today, and its true meaning BULLOCK

;A'" will be nailed to any Jwins Entertain in Spite of has been lost In the many graceful I
.'', '+ United States, We can II forms in which It ia to be seen
;(, maps of Osctfola county at Serious Handicaps. '* What a "tumbler" really la ma,.- be ERAL DIRECTOR
"' ,will be glad to estimate on A. J. Holt, D. D.. pastor. Inferred from an extract: from a gen REAL ESTATE

''of any kind. * to prove that success may 8Ome. ,Sunday-* tleman's. diary written In 1803'wbtcn .l and. ."..---.-- 1
I be reached in spite1 of, the most Bible School'9.45 a. M. also throws light upon the soclal.cus- ,. r '

.;'i.i:. '. handicaps, it may be remarked Preaching 11 a. m.. and 7:151|p. m. tom. of the' times. Th. -ent!;)'. Is a* w SED,EMBALMER:, INSURANCEExamination 1 1'i 1I I

1'1' lII Lyman Twine and their com- B. Y. B. U. 6:46: p. m. follows: -Had a few friends to 'din: 'I 1I

,. w. L. m" succeeded i in entertaining a large Communion-2d Sunday. ner. Tried my new tumblingglasses.Very 'of 'Titles' ", I

in the Opera House, Saturday Monday (after 3rd Sunday). '. successful; all got drunk early a

with a "musical farce" which I Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3p. m. These tumbling-glasses, soon called"tumblers" ?oeite Courthouse .
Specialty. '
I for'short, were made witha
neither plot, music nor com- let .
Wednesday-after( Sunday) .
round I
i or pointed so that
The only real fun in the play it-1 Worn. Miss Union-Social to 6 p m they could not be set dow: when they 9t 9e

I cribbed from Shakespeare's Thursday contained liquids without falling over JtI8SI I FLORIDA I Corresoondence Solicited.E1 .

Real of the two Dromios, and 'grew Prayer meeting7OO: p. m. and spilling their contents Theft I i I
Ir the not especially intricate com- Visitors always welcome. were made as a sort of Joke to con '

arising from a physical like- I duce to rapid drinking. : 1P

f : two college chums. This I
, :. and abetted by the chin PRESBYTERIAN.S. I SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES o
Rules for Right Living. a d
KISSLHHEE, of one Prof. Dill and by the S. .
Snyder, pastor. SBS .
... I To be honest In the dlrectest way THE SAME WAY o
Y l ', solemn expression of Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. :S.: and virtuous by epitome be firm Unto V
P'l l the Lyman twins. Some"heart Nelson, superintendent such i r'ntlples of goodness as carry 'rBY* SAVING MONEY -- .vRAPEFRUIT Viss

i were furnished by a very sweet Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. In themselves volumes of Instruction want to'be --- }' b

"girl from Indiana" Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. and may abridge thy labor. So may successful! Start saving now. Put your money in

ii iie .. the equally sweet at\d attractive Prayer and Bible study'Thureday,7.00 we have all In a few, and the law and'the
f.ff OZENS
i" > of the young spendthrift.( p.m. propheta In a rule, the sacred writ BANK OF KISSIMMEE .
In stenography, and the scriptures 10nut..hell.Blr ,..
was mediocre, and was not
Visitors most cordially invited to all '
'f t with any extraordinary abili- .erviche. a Thomas Browne.Good 1re have more i Savings Accounts than p
I ;any other Bank
chorus was small, but lively. eceola County.

+ I \. it was very pleasant en fact Substitute that Maine for herring eardln.sThe when t Savings Bank loaned FREE. If '
I I haven'Lprocured
';,. FLORIDA'A -well worth the price of METHODIST. Me, do so .t once.
quite are canned and marketed I
' I young
.: The company was handi- it. T. Gaines, pastor.
: for sardines done up In olive oil Is
,,, by the smallness of the School 9:45 m.-J. L. | DONSUAJI. .
, I stage. Sunday at : a. fairly well known. As the home product A/ Pmldrat w. H. Noa'roiri, i fabler'J M
.' ... -- Overstreet, superintendent is about as tasty and wholesome

Platinum. Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30.: as the Imported article, there Ifl not
much use of getting excited over the -J
m. -
to platinum, books e >
Imposition. ,
"this metal bae never yet 4n Junior League 2 p. m.

.sfully deposited as a protecting Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. COth
to other metals" and add "the Gen. prayer service Than. 730p.: m. His Prospect '

,,'_piaT to be plated must be coppered." Holy communion ever lit Sunday. Small, Willie bad worn his older

_____u_ .____ __ __ You are cordially invited to each of brotb r'. defog! garments as long as hlal
$J these services. be could remember. One -day he
said: Johnny's got the measles 'I

': .r't i'ai CHRISTIAN.A. a'pose I'll* get 'em 'as soon as he outgrows pR ORANGE GROVES. f. si th qu;

+ 1' C..1 em"t
{ Gi .c"U..H:: th.
M. Cbisholm pastor.
........ lilt '
This Lamp Is Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. 'The Kissimmee Library. fi YOU are going to plant a Orapdfruit Orove I

Bible'School a. m.-C. E. Yowell The KUsimmefc, Library offer 'to its or an Orange ,Grove. buy you Trees from
l nickelled. height 29 superintendent<< ; J. H. Harris., assistant subscribers a list Of over four hundred the Old ReliablQ Ocklawaha Ed
equipped with Moner-malci: a .train- superintendent "*" books by the best authors, any or, all of OJJALI'rY' COUNTS-Everyfhlnlr Nurseries. o ]I

t for marked growers Christian Endeavor every I Sundayevening which you have- the privilege of reading uals: first-class. .bur you get from x inc:
n L cleaning needle, sp 'L..y' .... Ts.atw at 6fp.: ) m. for only 12 which secures a tingle maklllt favorable Boil and, 100atlon L c the
.'I r Usual price "- Eop. aD)' membership, or $5 for a family. memo possible for us to produce. stock that has *
f pump. winosdi.. s-h. ftI. 10e No 40q Prayer meeting and choir practice every b nhlp,.... C .pt. Trench. the librarian, no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS { .uP
Pol \ We., the best line! SI.oD&l Ib. $3.75." Thursday at 7.15 p. m. will Issue you a membership card for Orange fs far superior to the.Faraon Earlv yoi;

'I tles and supplies in_.t '.SUMari a.ed.I .lt. T.....:.. F the above amount' Library in State CONNER'S' PROLIFIC. Brown. v\ I sin:
J. r. beet i 10 BarilcbnlldlnR, S.UoJ'' GRAPEFRUIT ,Is the beat- t' ,
\. t' t du 1fOtId. a..!:.. __ : budded variety now J.. 1
tbio'' at'Iqwest prices' StnIM 01 B..t.c-bar..Mwk- EPISCOPAL. fRev. ------ -. .. '-. .' ,' .........-::. )iwytBinwcx or two-ye.Produced. &n7w.bere. We have .

'" and- expert. ..... advice.Jtr... : -. W'J'r IDe .bi of tu'.d(WMS uj, ._TH' < David D. glad, rector'; y :& .. . " 'Wnte for Catalogue. full of Gnpefnlt good ideu- & Florfi.,... '4j!!: .:r. . ? Int.u.(!
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;\ ary'2.:iini, .1 THE KISSIAJMEE VA&LEY GAZETTE ',
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>r. Holt Scores "Pastor j RufsgU" in Rain fails to Dampen A-dor of the( (G. T. Spears,' of Lakeland. Wants I a

an. Eloquent I Strhion.i Crowd on"first fay. Photographs oftypical'Scenes

The man'named .Russell, whofalse- The Orange County Fa I 'at Orlando, oKLantern' Slides 'Gre'at-Reductfon' <

y calls himself 'Pastor Russell.' and was officially declared:op rshortly after G Spear, who baa .
sermons are published 11 o'clock Tuesdayipo ingt .
ffbo so-called much 'experience in the motion -
n,:' so many .of the papers," ws the The rain cauied'thtt'poe x>n.menj At picture business, has sold his Star .

erss and unmistakable way In which. the auto parade,, ,the a e ).plan ;flight i t ThvatreIdthat'
)r. A..J, Holt spoke of the well known and the racing; but' si u.iaatJc ,tour of the Northern and Eastern .. '

newspaper" preacher x,f Brooklyn in his crowd was" present' ftS"( lebrate* the "States, giving jllustrated lectures .

,rmon Sunday nifrbt:, : *' about Florida Mr. Spear is -now col-
oPe'nlnCElterCIS in the \tyinda of the ,
-Dr. Jlolt said that hi. chief objection '- IbctJng a series of' typical views of .
o "Pastor" Russell is found In the fact .. buildint :When the Interesting point in the State which
the immortality of theL speeches were conclud Mrs H. ri. be will'
bat he denies' transfer to hand-colored slides, "
The sermon of the evening wand Dickson as chairman'of e'exercises. and 'use in a thirty-minute lecture To/make room for the new Spring and Summer
speaff in and ',aid:. "Iri tb< &me.2f the
"I arose to be '
t sed on Ita. 1x111:1: delivered in some prominent .. Ready-to-wear Dresses
--iKhteousneis, mighty 'to....-v.." It Orange County Fair Ass iation'Vnp'wdeclare place .ip each city and town he. visits.He' and Linen Suits".we are ,

[was'an eloquent lore ar-stlrrlhg' pulpit ;th! .Orallk ., '" ;y.sfjiir. "to be is depending upon the Boards of closing out all our Wool. Suits and Coats at a F

| effort one oOWBtrongest eddies- officially"ooenM- ." ; .. Trade of Florida towns to furnish him very low figure.

el-yet deliyartfi by the. able pastor:of Mr. M. O; Overstreet, 'b half of with photographs from which these
the fair: ,association, an dr. John M\ Slides There's .
ilha Bsptisfchurch. are to be mad He desires yet tJme to wear such garments
I that the moat stu- Chl ttpey; addressed the p iring ?.; that these
: bodies
JDrfllol\Declared send him photographs
F before the
Vendonv qutesdon of the day is not the ...'Mr. OVerstreet told thforyof Florid = or postcard views, not warm weather arrives, so it will pay .

, tariff, not the outcome of the Chinese ;'. owlnc the advance! f the cte\ than ten from each: town, and be pore wID you to purchase now when prices are so low.

revolution, nor of the presidential Alee l : since 'the freeze (whlebe.ehaneter-I use them In his l lecture, charging the

Oon, but the personal q1estion'of izedae a blessing dpuise") nominal fee of $1 per view per monthto Let us shpw; them to you. r .
aid that the concrete.e lence of ithe
and I are
whether you cover tie expens. of making and
? most Important vast productivity of the te 9. now . ly
. "This life is not the . exhibiting the slides. He especially
,'bing. I believe that the soul lives for- before you.',' desires vieWi from Tampa Jacksonville I .

''|ver and the ultimate weal or woe of Mr.,Cheney poured oil the troub- Sanford, Orlando Kisaimmee
'pastor'Ru..en led waters and sent ever ie away in
determined here, DeLand
rthe soul Is Aubumdale Lakeland Plant
to the contrary notwitbst Jld- good humor by declari that insteadof City, St. Petersburg Ocala. Gaines-

l ing. The question of whether men despising the rain as idenng the \ille )Bartow, Arcadia, Fort Myers

i should be saved was the greatest question program right down I in e hearts of Miami, Palm Beach and Ssrasota.
of all there was gr de for each H.
the present C.
1 that ever occupied Remittances may be made to theFirst STANFORD COMPANYIf
"as --
'Godquestion., the consideration ofwhich. drop "realizing sale e, you National Bank of Lakeland to
that rain no sans bumper
caused people do a
t we are told by John be turned over to Mr. Spears when he
and a splendid i i Je bloom.
[ silence In heaven for an hour during crops exhibits proof of the slides. The advantage -
stirred Mr. Cheney told some eresting in-
J which time not an angelic: wing of Mr. Spear's plan is thatit __
the pure air of paradise, for the prob- cidents of the rejuven g effects of will bring views and advertisements
redemption was being Florida life, by way owing the of Florida I
\ lem of man's directly before the people of .
lour deveopm4nt. !
of the state's .
!considered by Omnipotence."The sections wbence the army of Florida - -"
He said he wa wn at Key
did was I
greatest thing: homeseekers is being recruited. The
ta save the souls of men. His others West during the rece celebration, views will show Florida as it is and the

miracles were of minor importance where as at the fair, tl were thou results cannot be than to stimulatethe

compared with that. Christ did not sands gathered togethe: 3m not only interest in this State in every section . i I
the ends of the country t the ends
come Into this world to live. came vi.slted-Tampa Tribune. .
to die-for sin. He only lived to die. of the earth. L
and resurrection all powerwas "I heard Mr. FlaRlell a story" o
His death
In Him in heaven and on earth. said Mr. Cheney "that rested me. Adhere to Lofty Ideal. "ifou're

He became given mighty to save. And He Mr. Flagler said he k 4a man that Never allow yourself to live habitually Building
beneath your loftiest .Ideal for
Florida in his -
men. came to fling
j .
needed all this power to save U you do, that Ideal will fade from
about 60 to try regain his
that he -
"You cannot see power before
; you, A% a painter's who might
throbbing along i its I health,.. After he had bin the state
"sends the engine paint sunsets, but contents himself
track. You can see the re.ult of the a yeanhe.. wrote back 1$h that he with painting signboards.-Henry Van

power but you cannot see the power rr was five years : when he Dyke. or if. you're going to build buy ALL

itself. No more can you see the power cany. At the younger$ : year he a .

.o( Christ but you can see demonstra wrote back years' your materials of the .. .
Hi 'Ladies and
Christ came. < younger. ,
Lions of it. When I
", iCame as a babe. Isn't it wonderfu:I Mr. Flagler 'that rmen. ,,

rthat. this divine illimitable undescnba and younger until ofday
ble DOwer should be found in an apparently cholera infantum.

helpless little child? But in that Wednesday was hcrbiing 2x4 Osceola 1v
little babe was the power to whip the with addresses by Mr. i Gunby, of Co. ti

storm and make the waves cower at his Tampa, and Mr. J. E sham of

feet the power to beat back death and the F. E. C. rallroafhe better _. _A.

bring forth Lazarus from the tomb the weather permitted the and aero- ,

Socrates said: he planes to operate an< crowd was But with to
sin. no
to forgive pay we and We
; power save have brick
did not 'see how God could forgive sin very large./ will be able to make money. ce

because he did not see why heathen God philosophy should GOOD"PROESS ment plaster paint sash and doors

forgive sin. That was , ,
,, and rio man was ever saved by .- ", j. \, I

philosophy Christian, heathen Science. or'Christian No man has,ever nor flames City Branch i pleted to SweepingReductions" builders' hardware' bathroom and toilet = '::;;<";\>; :':t (. f;"!1 I


crucified been saved Christ.except Christ-died by the blood alone of apparently a- frostprThe fixtures, etc: First- lw"plumbini''}a:N'. ,, \

Haines City b: of the 'At
forsaken by God and man. He / .
but Ian tIC I Coast Line" is t ; progress
alone, specialty.
had to tread the wine press ;
through one of the ITO able sections -
white He was treading: it alone helpless
Himself He became mighty to of Florida. It is f partially In our already low priceson
to save
developed and people ) een wait- '
save the penitent thief by His side P
for the rail They will
But He died and for three days lay in ing years .
business from art, and it
the tomb. If lie bad failed here He give it I
t da of U
will bring to them new I
would have been helpless to save any- StapleGroceries '
settlers who will aid i in ork of de-
one. But He did not fail. He whipped .. ;
resul thick-
velopment. The ie a .
death. He arose, and Is mighty to save i"-
who is ening of settlement an upbuilding -
million-any man
one man or a
willing tq be saved. I preach Christ of strong communities PRIZE ,
Citrus fruits have lo en knownto FREE "
1 who can do anything who has never flourish in the lake now being OFFERI If you're particular about your

s been beaten." illuminated penetrated to at least better ad- I Diamond lint ) Gold Watch. 20Yr. C. TOILET SOAPS
which was
The sermon
of allusions and illustrations vantage than in moat sections Beat Butter 40c S Fancy Gold Stick Pins. :
with a rich store : and we may confident! 'or a great come here-we have a fine line to choose
closed with an earnest appeal AT '
1 increase in the oran( -grapefuit from-probably your favorite kind. '
Chirst a
to irfe hearers to accept .
plantations. The ro i reached

1 e personal savior. Frostproof a point w e Carson West Kissimmee OSCEOLA PHARMACY Mprietresssy t

Bros have made pro and ship I .
ments have already tin a larger '
and more convenient than was Taylor's ,.

Mr. Helms, of-Pittsburg, Says Gazette -. possible hauled to when points the on thptte M had to Har-be Phone 250 Quick Delivery 9 3 S :R i"KISSIMMEE"LEAVES BAsJ

Is a CrackerjackT bor division.Tampa I 8 4 FORKissimmee CARS1N & 'I i'II

Mr. Helms of Pittsburg. sent for a

,. sample copy of the Valley Gazette a TRUE ART OF TISINO : 7 g Park Practical Painting

couple of weeks ago. Wednesday of 6 I
Man In Burglar's' Mai Only Introducing +++++M.-I+i
this week we received a letter from 11+i +11++ 11++H..H.+ All Work Guaranteed ;

t him enclosing his subscription price, Patent Prey AIarmand T $ I.. ...11511...... Ii TIIlan .../."..,.n_ .10. ...., Daily at 8:00: A. M. and 2:00: P. M. l lI '
0' Wall
that tickled ... .. .... ... .... Returning leaves I Papering Decorating
and saying some things us .. f " dl.Mill. If I. .10. .- for ,
CRAYSTONE .. h I.... .n ._....,.. num.en ....lIn. .1. iere ,
i all over. We always did prefer bou- As I opened" tbe d w a man I 11... ......... ....... ......., .. .11'' KISSIMMEE 9:30: A. M. and 3:30 P. M., I Sign Writing I, '<(
brickbats, and are mighty gird ir's before .. .
quets to with a berg mae% g llu IM.mon Hln
able to publish a the safe. The next be bad Oft ill flit TEM f.r the ...< ._. ..ewer M. Pleasant
paper Kfsslmmee
, that we are Mill Ik.ld FARE
Kltr H.L.I.r Fla.
,4 turned and shoved a Into my i .10. ..... nor _..h... .......... ._.... 25c Areiue t l lI
that reflects credit on our city. 2.60 to 3.50 per day. .. nil, .Ile ....e. a .Id. .II.k i..
..... .._. Stf "
I. .hr ,
face. i -n.
Mr. Helms' letter follows: : Special by week or'mqnth.: X an-Met. ... Mill .hr ...sill'roo'.hro rOHTrO"10 ... JOHN DAVIS CAPTAIN I :
"Throw up your h e> said. ... iK'ib. ,
_ Sheridan (rg.), Pa., Jan. 28, 12. .us.hl.1... W m d 'p rVh.Br f
Editor Klssimmee Valley Gazette: I did so. : .. W. TNIMIIM, frtp.' ..0. rOITER. NR.a t K rh|. L.I.|*.'r**n it..Mltoll In ... .__.. !... '101. - - , -" ...'' '.
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' #; Dear Sir -I have looked over every "You understand remarked .++++ +1 ++++++ 111111.'l"t--l--t- ''. .1..1/, J...kf.'I*lll.*.* H....i1..ald MKK. l ln-.y tLw We Carry the
pleasantly, "that I c present IM.A.>-ll 4o Irr mA l. ..* .* ttttfr r.!. I
Inch of your paper including ads and circumstances loot thbea at my ..klr :.... All .-w:r -... he U ear LIMONAHealthiest I I Famous
h.nd..i later lh.. .. ..... ,
t think it is a crackerjack and if It keeps pleasure r Ihr ,l4-ll MMt wf Ibr J.Wnay rf... km .17....n.I..... lh.. .'
-_ lor .mMN .y ... rn.nMn.5.
"J ,up to the same standard as this issue I confessed that h] .. "_,. Harrington SteelcutCOFFEE

w, you can rely on me for a regular sub- "You realise that IB at mymercy _... II....5....,... Her en.In.. ......IKE._ _. .U-WeM. Place In FloridaJUST
............ .
scriber. r FRESH L 1;: .tel.....4o.d..... ......-- Jni.nrnl..I.-la
t' Fbave interest near your city, and I "I do," I replied. OF MAIL Wrier.._.. ... ..._ rlaieiyt ad TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA { iMl

intend to, l in the future, reside there, : "Youyou to kingdom scknowl.dge oocilker'blow lathe Grand Bookrard 'latntmcnt' Campany Oi til Suloarl rlrVIT TltTr r-TlY Ia i iCe

and no person wishes for the future I persisted. PeachesPrunes .11 -- illntr. BM. ",A('kN"ILI." C LA .- ,
of Kissimme more I NORTHERN SETTIEMENTFame -
prosperity ""Ortalnly" I adml W.

' '- nyself.Toorarerytraly' "Well than. he sInteracted will be 2tof ,Grrcs uJ Wider u...* GRIFFIN .
P. E. HELMS. to know la wlthwla- North Klsimm. iii' -- .
Add. ;, 1'Ji .. ; > '
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1 irat dlfflonlty throofUrlortweuLd '
Earl C fctsthad -of MaUitf Salt." ._ dow, Had It with and Dates Le"1WM7 the tart J. E. SNYDER* LJMONA, FLA. ''" 0.I'
of maklnc' aalt -* ,Oe I Smith's patent salai alarm '
.* pI'OOeH'' Thai tM as. of prtmlUT man ta .. ...:.':' i .... .
Part -
f'v/7rla a 1 ta nN S.4.. Mateo. la vary, and,JlnVe.ppecL this 1., '" Ie. Taa'wad,' ,wtlch ooGtaIDIII Inatallad, odrlt>t'lrab t yis
e ) ; tbOMmad w. 'ir
bM baYe
: bees s.ti. two
7ean of
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thelnostdaslrableand '
4"to 7,par.oant-aalt: ,. la pumped late" tertea. forfK ADo yoy Dibble & SonBroadway t' ; I, '
tmotorUy proved by Lyle and other 0.-. .f''tile' beat located Iota I In Prospect'Pa w1 .. ; 1r .
I \\e etaaka; JH, ,U.tiMa .n.poratAMlito. SS toIS at circular. Oood ni| ( oiogtot, who>> sbowe4 that It hu Iflfi TI.-. : '
r t, par cant; batlaaUic; erratalllaiat Than i pookatla lye,. ke taken n. 4etenD1Jaattoa of t1t'iasso. dfM aisa 60x185 fat each, which wa are of';' '
at least this lone
.eY' ; Jl ;per.:osBCVXTha.': !wataryu?. then WlthAMV ';wW tor.the rtrorato' people to b tM' theft condiuou UM fariqc foe short tlma:toe' P '

,;4ralaa4 off aad tae aalt,,awapt. :oat//. ..t 'b'" ..wtoro sway,.tbey their',ono bd*'.flowod.below, tMMTt I I. of ftbs bv m 04C'. bealth7l'.fgns- Ctb'..'. Call" sese1f7otwadtsgr.stbeJrgsl. *..., '", .4!. 11', .
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.PageI2. 1ETIIE'1SS1MM1E VALLEY GAZ'E'ITE: : i February 2,1912 ,

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MEN ANDJIELIGION ,. .. , Classified )
Mr.-'.nd hisRicharsi: Harper- announce Advertisements

.. : ; Movement Is Inaugurated In .This Attempt is Being...Mad,; to found _a '"Wild Jim" :Works: a New; Neat 'the marrlage.of' their daughter v
Carom, Glubetlch, to' Mr, John Kuy- > ,
i On Sunday Four-Town League. Graft on Kissimmee folks kendall-Pickering, son of Col and Mr. .
: . City : ; Advrjementa are inuertedunder. this head -at thej-ate of 8 Cents
.The men and religion movement. MI'.'0.-R. Smith of Chicago was tn A Dew neat and natty line' of graft Abn -t. Pickjring.'U, S. A.. The wed J per! line each insertion.

which bas assumed nation-wide pro the city this week endeavoring to Interest was pulled off on Monday of this week, ding took place at the palace ot. the ..- .
local business men and baseball fans Archbishop of Manila Thanksgiving j ,
-;: portion) was Initiated In this city on w hen a mild 'mannered Uriah Keep on I- OH SALE WOOD per strand $1.25; five *trnd
in the organization of a league, team Vay.-San Jose, Cal., Morning Mercury ,
Sunday In three meetings at which like old chap, who looked like a Ham- eS.75. Kisalmme Lumber Co. ..29ttt
4 44. General Secretary here, Mr. Smith proposes/ toform the") fat actor on his uppers";"blew into town ., In
Rev. Frank F. Fitch, FINE LOT Lesly' Addition tor salt .PYRENE fire extinguisher for
to include Sanford Orlando Kissimmee. Mr. Pickering is a cousin of Mr. J. .gasoline
extracted 36 nimble dollar from
Association, ansI cheapSummers.. 6-tf
of the State'Sunday School fire. .Get on. for your launch '
: and prominent worker. in the new and Plant City, playing two the pocket. of our citizens, with ..neat D. Kuykendall, associate editor of the EXCHANGE or garage and be afe. Sold by Go
-Two nice lots in Kansai.
.Mt movement, was the leading speaker. games a week. It ]JI not the intention ness. and dispatch. The subdued gentleman Valley Gazette. City, Mo..for Kissimmee improved; N. Saunders agen, KI8Ilmm .. ft'

The first meeting of the day was at to organize teams of highly paid players styled himself "Wild Jim" bronco' property.Box, 1052, Wichita, Kin MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co.; and'we j ...

the Presbyter1azChurch. in the morn- but to take the best of. the local buster, lasso artist, and sharp shooter. 6-3C will get a drink of the beat oda

7 4 the subject talent and bringing few player from He was accompanied by two girls. The water made. 31-tf
ing when Mr. Fitch spoke on MRS. SUMMERS! has thirty acres witha .
securing positions for -----' -
other places -------
,- "The Influence of the Men and three appeared upon the street attiredin small gve) for $500. 3-tf ANYONE anywhere '
can start
Religion Movement." 'H- spoke very them here. Mr. Smith want to organize i the peculiar garb which the motion OPERA HOUSEKISSIMMEE order business at home. No'canvas a mail

earnestly of the necessity in this day a' stock company, securing about picture associate with the west, and FOR SALE-Two good mules. J. W. ing. Be your own boss. Send for free,
$500 from each city, in shares of $10 Miilen booklet. Tell how. Heacock I
when men's vision is so largely on the advertised noisily and extensively that 46-tf, A 2144.
each, to buy uniforms provide grounds, Lockport. N. Y. <
things.of the world, of a movement at three o'clock, at the stock yards, _
etc. He does'tiot anticipate that the ONE NIGHT ONLY FOR SALB-Fine collection \>f differ- SHIP
that shall give a larger vision. He declared would be given a marvelous exhibitionof your produce to U.. W. Judy &:

that the influence of the movement league will pay any great dividends on shooting, lassooing and riding, and ent dresseand deaig of all waists kinds in of silk embroidered and wool- Co., Tampa, Fla. Write- them" for ... i

is already being felt in a more stock, but believes that the rivalry between all as free as the sunshine and the WEDNESDAY FEB. 7 direct fro my factory In Switzerland t neil.'L-__ _49-tf_ _
; o virile Christianity throughout the land. these cities will be sufficient to balmy air. At three the beauty and ar.d aell tm at factory prices. These BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, beat In

men's at keeo the attendance, at a point that,will the chivalry of Kijasimmee was on goods WG placed on sale December __town. Kissimmee Drug Co. .31-tf ,.
service '
At an afternoon Jacques L Wcinberg 22 at Porr & Son's II'!
store. II)
insure self The business men grocery
: the Methodist church Mr. Fitch out- hands-lawyers, Vloctors merchants, Present the Noted Character Actor Albert Baart, near Shingle Creek AN intelligent\ person may earn $100 Ji
; who invest he feels, will be satisfied t
lined in detail the work for the local bankers, preachers and editors,-together Station rmerly Guice place. 52-tf. monthly corresponding for newspa

-organization describing the four departments with the advertising that will come to with a generous sprinkling) of - ._--- pers. No canvassing. Send for_ par

i. and indicating how the the city through membership in the the fair sex. It looked like "soiree.. FOR SA -Good. new roll-top desk ticulars. Press Syndicate:; .B 2245,
le ,. j WilliamTriplott.. and swiydesk chair Apply to Dr. Lockport. N.y.
ague. After "Wild Jim -
men's organization already existing some remarks by' Winn. 3-tf
There is doubt of the advertising v VOCAL
here can carry on the work. no and a few examples of shooting' by one INSTRUCTION-Those desiring -

: In the evening a "mass meeting was value of a baseball team to a town-if of the girls. "Wild Jim" explained the And his in the FOR'SAL-By owner, Z. W. Bass, to study the art of singing with

: held at the Methodist church which it wins, especially, and of course Kis manner in whick he proposed to extract beautiful four act drama 3 lots, ix33, making J50xia': 3- may do so during February and
room for $500 Expect to return North for
coge $225 cash and
simmee would lead the league. We understand \'
4 the coin from the the (
p was attended by an audience that pockets-of gul $12 per 'nth !until paid for. If you summer in April Mrs. X). B.
.J taxed every bit in the build- that the difficulty which baseball l lible. He sent the girls through the CHERRY VALLEY wish to the property phone No. Herrington. Box 60. Lessons given !

ing. Mr. Fitch spoke at length of the teams have met here in the past crowd to "take a collection." Every 73, Kisimce, Fla. Property 4s -at pupils'- homes. 6-tf

movement and closed with an effective has been due to.the lack of any sort of gentleman who /gave a quarter was to A Story of Llf In yir lttUSpeclaltl about ornile southwest from depot. EXTRA-For a-short- -while-24----small

appeal for its support an one of league which would conserve' proper ri- receive a small coupon which would .* Between Acts Also four haother Ira of 40 houses acres and each lots, and photos, with 3 positions, for 25c.
valry. If Mr. Smith has good credentials The company ".rrl.. an orchestra which will cheap, Films developed, 15c roll.
the things essential to the continu..dsupremacy l later entitle him to a copy of a small arive a free concert at th. OperaHouse six milent. 2-tf a Studio
which no doubt he does, our people pamphlet containing the autobiographyof from 2.... H p m- over Makinson store, Broadway and
of Christianity, and as a Dakin avenue.
r cause worthy of the best thought and could make no'mistake in taking hold of "Wild Jim." After the collection Prices 25c 35c 50c and 75c FOR SA)-8,750 acres timber lands 6-11

... the best work of every -man. Dr. the proposition.. _ .lherJtwerejLobesome: really marvelous Seat on.malf at Robenon'sFLORIST with fifiiles of lake. A first class ASK Cottage MRS. SUMMERsTof LakeviW;
also examples of IIkilroy- Kirnseli ant( ; -- colony position. Also some of the Kissimmee, if you
Howard A. Kelley of Baltimore Miss Morrison is Thankful. want a select
.: best prtg orange groves in this city home, choice farm,
', made a short but very earnest talk at the girls. part ohe state, farm lands and a vacant lot, acreage, or an orange
4 this service. Special music was rendered Tampa, Fla., Feb. 1, 1912. Did we fall for it? We sure did- :. city prrty. C. Buckels. 2-tt grove. 6-tr

at the evening; service by the To every one pf those who assisted all of us, -we always do. And as always -

Methodist choir, and at the morning- me in securing votes in the Tribune voting is the case the following exhibition WE-Haisted some of the most dt>- T FOR REST

service Mrs. Gilbert. contest. either with subscriptions was punk, rotten, fierce, altogetherthe sirableiperty on the market, both

., by- or coupons I desire to express my earnest worst ever seen, etc., etc. But Cut Flowers and Floral Designs the city airounty lot which we offer at DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til
prices to be obtained.
appreciation. 1 am highly pleased the of for all occasions. ler.
say- display unlimited nerve There 0 padding of prices by us,
t A ISEWJORDCR. with the result of my work and your given l by "Wild Jim" was absolutely Potted Plants and Roses a every v of property sold at exact Florida is now attracting S

I efforts on my behalf, and with the classy. We have no regrets. We /got specialty.Phone price -ed on it by the owner.WriteVour I Lention from homeseelcers more than atten- ,'1

HerrcschofT touring car, which was my our money's worth even if we did sit requirements and we I swill tate in the Union, and Osceola any
t Chapter House Social, with Change prize. CORNELIA -MoRRLsoN. on the thin edge of a 1x4 plank for two 83 showiust d.r heat the kind to of please you, by I s attracting more attention than county any
hours. property you C in
ounty Florida.
". ..of Program, Greatly Enjoyed Got the-First Prize.St. .- desireJ.! M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf c opy of the illustrated Send magazine 25 cents edition for a
- - - -- - -- -
-- (>f the
l The Chapter House social on Tuesday Valley Gazette and you will
Louis Mo. Dec. 29 1911. FOUR-I. orange and grapefruit l earn the reason. 6-tf
of the
of this week
night was one most groveHh 250 Bearing. -
M. L. Whidden) & Co.. Kissimmee, Fla. .._ __-> trees -
enjoyable yet held. The inclemency of GARDNER & ELLIS live a IUUIK mm ten, acres pine Nice New Home
the weather kept thejittendance down, Dear Sir:-We wish to acknowledge land liltiyation, thirty and one- a Cheap. _

but a congenial company of IIOI-ne forty receipt of Clock Goose, also drawing half I unimproved land, fiveroombox We offer, for a quick sale, a new 8-
h, barn
good and
sent with Electrical ContractorsWe well. The room house, with
people spent two and a half delightfnl "ame.Looking impn land all under good fence. and two porches,

hours in the cozy rooms. The usual over this drawing, we find This erty on the north side of located in the west part of the city.

that as per! your notation on same, it Eaate, four miles from Narcoos- Fine well of water on back porch
order of these socials.was changed no Guarantee our House-wiring to Pass all Insurance Inspection 200V 4
was the prize winner in the Red Goose see, S miles from Kissimmee. feet deep, good barn and outbuilding )
set program being given, and light;
PrictOO. $2,500 cash, balance
refreshments being served. A flags- contest. This is a splendid drawing and FIXTURE WORK let Us fjoure With YOu1 year M. Breaker & Co. one Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear

I we wish to compliment Master Joseph end of the lot, suitable for rental
t of-the-nations coirtest opened. the evenings IS OUR SPECIALTY --- - ------- purposes -
entertainment. Miss Mildred Lee Enge on his excellent work, and con- BEAUJL lake front lot consisting Young shade trees set in frontof

gratulate him on having been awarded of a block, located in the best lot. This is a great bargain for
' won the first prize and Mrs. Pfann and L .. ..j
the first prize. neig ood in the city. Will aellonly.arty $1,600 cash. It ,
you looking for
Mr. A. S. Hearn were the tied for last who will af a'
We will with improve it to home, don't fail
put drawing our to ee this (
place. A number of old time games cornd with surrounding proposition
collection of Red Goose drawings, unless ertyill particulars and prop- 4-tf H. M. BREAKER &Co.
4 were revived and served to provide no I price to ,
p you desire the same returned to you. Inted party. H. M. Breaker - -- -. ---
little merriment. Most delicious tea I
.and cake were then served by Miss Yours very truly, Dancing Slippers & O 31-tf I Announcement',

y \ Lee and Miss McAdoo. The evening r FRIEDMAN-SHELBY Co. FOR S-Five good paying orange We take pleasure in ,*hnouncing to

;, closed with the singing of a number of Stockholders' grotda 20-acre truck farm, 3 the people of Kissimipee that we ,bare

\.\'. songs by the young -people, Miss Mc Meeting. Special at $1.98 were $3 acrcgated with Skinner system. leased the Fraternity Hall Opera House
'' .Notice is : Alsole sawmill, capacity 10,000 anc? will give first show t
: : Adoo presiding at ,the piano. During hereby given that the regular ,, feet our on Wednei-
\ log carts
wagon and '
the evening pleasing instrumental I l annual meeting of the stockholders { ..see then in our weal window five mules. Will sell at bargain day evening; February 7,

numbers were given by Misses Graves,,, of the Osceola Hardware Company will prioyestigate.! C. Buckels Kis- We have purchased a new moving .' itrdOr

Wilder, Moon Thomason, McAdoo,,, be held at the office ot President C. A. simFla.! 40-tf picture machine of the very latest

,: and Mrs. Bullock. The charming hostesses Carson, at the State bank, on Wednes- L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. BE :OWN model, and the hall will be equippedwith

of the evening were Misses Moon I day, February 7, 1912, at 3 p. m. paywhen you LANDLORD-Why can own a homeof all the newest and most modern ,

and Wilder. 6-11 jwn by paying just a little appliances for running an up-to-date

moan rent I have for sale a moving picture show.

fine' of nine rooms, artesian We also from
Kissimmee to time
Day put on
_utbuildings_ _. ., chicken yard I first-class
"'''.. dramatic attractions. ..
CLO iwxinju." 14 as ware >
Thursday was a big day at the Orange/: oearing orange -
treteach and 2 mulberry able to secure them. Our attrac-

fair and from the number local people At*given to title; $1,000, tions will be clean; and such as

; who attended, should have been :named ten remainder at 8 per cent inter lady or child might any M
: -Kissimmee Day. By auto carriage, Ask Mrs. Summers, the go to see.
We solicit the r,
railway the people went, accompanied am!! remainder. 4-tf and will use our patronageof best the public
I OQo endeavors
4 : by the concert band, and by the time $ .4 0 LICEOD POSTS-A. E. Drought, please at all times. to S
the afternoon train in 500
was fully
,. I St.. 4-tf KEY & TODD, Proprietor. idall
., Kissimmeeites were on the grounds _ _ _ 6-lt

and enjoying the exhibits. The Re FOR-Three:: residences. One in William TripletL: tyeIs

porter-Star says: Euddition, $600; one in Lilly.'s The
811,$1,500' in next attraction at the
: one Bass' addi- opera house ...
The weather bestowed its most
gracious tioOO. Waters & Carson Urocelpany. will be the noted character actor, Wil- _

smile upon the Fair today, and liam Triplatt, in the L. 'ft..
beautiful four-act
everybody apparently took the hint. Approximate Gross Proceeds per Year off 100 Acres of comedy drama
It was the greatest day yet. The Fly lots on which is located a William "CherryValley.'*
nit five-room cottage, fine view I Triplett is well and favorably
0 morning attendance was good, and
ofjke, cool breezes. This known in Florida where he has
proper played
was swelled by a rollicking crowd >cated close to the some emyefluowth
proposed engagements, and .
1., from Kissimmee, that came up with SUGAR CANE[ eliline, on high level lots. A one of the best character is considered
bat $1600. Let us show actors
their mood
rooting on, fetching along you before the
.i's. 'a band. therty. H. M. Breaker & Co.31tf of life in Virginia public. ,The and play is filled is a story with

The most of the visitors arrived on -H comedy. and pathos and .......v.....-.i. ,*-.-.
the 10:20: train and marched behind T\V' desirable resident lots ir I matic -- - UB -
-the band to the Fair Ground. Perhaps AMAZING PROFIT in raising Sugar Cane. Good rich muck land produces as high as 40 tons to 50 tons GdeHtion, each),, 50x164 feet., scenes. The company engaged c
per acre. Sugar cane syrup retail at 60 cents to 75 cents per gallon. Wholesales at 45 cents to.50 cents per TB 16 bearing orange trees or I to support Mr. Triplett by Mr. Jacques
... there were five hundred in the gallon. If one ton of cane produces 23 j gallons of syrup, on 100 acres at the above price per gallon we would tits, under good new fence, L. Weinberg, is first class in in
jolly party, Including a number of have the following figures: 40 tons multiplied by 23 gallons multiplied by 45 cents equal $414.O0er acre, Ifllose to the lake. $350 cash I each actor having every way,. fu5ave
'A automobilists. multiplied by 100 acres gives the ASTOUNDING SUM OF $41,400.00, the approximate GROSS PROCEEDSPER tp two. See H. M. Breaker. her been chosen for his a
YEAR OFF 100 ACRES PLANTED IN SUGAR CANE. #1 31-tf or particular fitness for the role
Amongst the Kissimmee visitors was
them. An extra feature
Mayor H. C. Stanford, Mr. Arthur E.. ---- high class is a
DAIRY FARM orchestra that
K'ELLAKEOUSWJe plays during oJ"
onegari. candidate for State Senate; . the performance and also gives ; mrkiawIn

Mr. E. L Leslie county commissioner; MILK TEN AND TWELVE CENTS PER QUART tuner.: Orlando. concert at the opera house from a 2 free to 8
I IL Mr. J. Sears of CiiifoL.C0Wiley
W. superintendent p. m. This attraction
public Instruction attorneys Crawford \V -One reliable salesman to
; simmee
: land being mostly rich muck land would produce Hay, Feed Pasturage abundantly for a dairy. firs House. Barn and Bridge Wednesday, Feb. 7. Seat* on
and Messrs. J. J.'C. W.
Johnson and
The canal running through it affords an excellent watering place for stock and also for manufacturing ice. wenty-five years the stand- sale at Roberson'i drug store. Prices
and J. C. Griffin. This farm situated on a public road and railroad leading from Kissimtnee to St. Cloud is fenced and ditch uality. Salary or commlsimple 25c, 35c, SOc and 76c. ,

ed. Peghorn depot near, it being a natural shipping cepter where 4 train pass daily enabling one to ship milk outfit free. The Cart -
: ii twice a day by rail to Kissimmee, St. Cloud and other nearby town Co., Cleveland, O. 6-11 -
McLin Dies.
A hundred cow producing ten quarts of milk per day at ten cents per quart would be a* follows: Order For Publication'HSi .

If.14- While addressing the Elks of Orlando I 100 cows, multiplied by 10 quarts, multiplied by 10 cents, would amount to $100.00 per day; 365 days would V&Property, 5 to 20 acres ..
.. be $36,600.00-the gross proceeds per year. The great scarcity and high price of milk aa well aa the location d I; close to city station post Court Cirenli} ,Su"" 01 florfdL Se.eoth night on the subjectof Fraternity and quality of'this land make the above proposition a BONANZA that you cannot afford to overlook. 'ess.> Send full de8criptione ( County, i. .

; and just at the hour of 11,, to Fred Lapp, Rossvile) Le..oo.! L. JIorlow- om plalas &, n.l5Odora '
SOUTHPORT CANAL LAND A. Heard and John Q. "..,.
the toast to the absent l>ereodoo", i
when I 63tWTie Ii
brotheriI About 12 miles \fay boat S. E. of Kissimmee. consists of 331 acres of splendid Orange and Muck Land, has filed, BrPesrlof.Y.S4..vIt. spp.ndsj to U.. bill 1 trustee
;: ,_ -- 1* offered. Hon. B. E._ I Frost Protection, capacity for Flowing Wells. Transportation pf. Products directly from land on to boats. It ) sweetest H..rd aDd John Q. 'Heard csu., thu Isedor A..
thing out for the deleudao" the phCol1
:'commissioner of agriculture, fell to the 'herelo named.. *
I needs no fertilizer and is considered BRAGLAND. Fuller D.-.Id.o&e.
frl- Greeme oJ the
Candy- 01 Florida, and ... rt5/*
; floor dead. Mr. McLin bad been In st- V. -*** Biff Money in Raisingflice Hay bra factory. Kissimmee Drug the County of Union are and iaSoiohJ' .-:"

-- -------,t..odanee-lIpon-_tb.. f.irt, ad. jHayin Florida sell from $20.00 to $37.00 per ton. More than 2 1-2 ton of upland Rice Hay can be raised y. 33-tf over. ordered the ace of twsi.tT, n V*r.M liahiEl-! laurant
.per acre on Muck Land and also2 cropsperyearrAtthe4o! -_pxic _pO20.00 per ton on 100 acres we would that*al Bon-realdiiii defeaJfiSJSTv
:of the Judges. have the following estimate: Two and one- aif ton per acre, two crop pii1e r--.t t20 X- per ton, on-100)( -- h ftshr-phone-.tbe-Rull-Baas |sfsK'1 : .Ppusrtoth.btrl- v
of the '
Tbl.deatb remove one moe -
would No.
< acres amount to $10,000.00. 189. 19-tf 11I1% A. D-T ':-
popular public official. In the state, u a .W1ANTEP : taken. laid bill will Tie -.,_ ,t.
aa eonfeneed' 1
i TENANTS by aald defendant- '"
H.t '. who for twelve years ha been L 'BRA nON to drive"your II la further ordered that this ofF
Le, 'tnan I want reliable who well equipped with team, .etc., and order b* pub--
parties having had -In..ralalng'b. are wel''". 4i-tf fished ouoe a week for four oonaeonttve .
; 'faithful to every-duty and has accomplished financially able to tarry on farming, to raise Rice Hay and Sugar Cane I would. agree to furbish the land In the EUuUmmee Valley Quette, a neirpaper weeks

: .. work dT the,very greatest value* fence and ditch It and build bouse and shed barn for *number Of good. tenant foe' & share of the crop.. I wOllldalao ted poultry, phone the Rail lAibllibed Thl January In aald. !Seth County. IU!3.and &&au. F 50444

"'to'the .Ute-; .Governor GUchrUt has provide Cane Mill for grinding the cane to make syrup. ,* > ket. No. 189. 19-tf ll1ealJ I ] ,AMmtr* .. DomaaW 'V./-.

!J' appointed ,..t.:,7.:C.; Lunln of Lee. ISAAC HALL .., ('V Lake 'House., Kissimmee, Fla. fresh fat and fine, at the KUSABITB JORKeOM tier, Pepnty Circuit Cour Clerav; $. r----
'' .. I i Ifcxiir' tiiioca sad PALM...
BIT.iheneuter., '' v, Market phone 189. 19-tf Bolloitore Oomplauianta.. .c .'* KosiMOtr,
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