Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 16, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00529
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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of Trade at .Enthusiastic by and,
... Will Have One of the 'Handsomestand '
i Mrs. S. B. Aultman.
Meeting Bed Officers and Plan ....

For Future WorkTheEegular --- Most Complete Newspaper Mrs.S. by a few friends. Elizabeth' a,;
-- Homes in the State Anltman and Mias
Aultman
annual .meeting ot heBoaeorade J .. gave a v-' delightful
of Florida IftfYi! Prt3rvWedpfcisy i
on Monday night was Kiuimm.
members f
the .
the mfost enthusiastic which has been ,

held for several'months, and the newly .. -- ;;;.-:.:;::. ......_ ......-.... The new home of the Valley Gazette organization orchestra as is the on gu oTwhlch of honor.the 'This city ..'
elected officers were given the assurance '''ol.-: : .- is
-- : '''''' a two-story building of brick with may well be proddTtho members
that the business men of the city will back .._,_-y-..---_ -_.:\- ..It"f.; artificial stone trim. The building Is skilled \ th leadership being<:
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up on "flatiron" order, with frontage of D- hav done
progress of Kissimmee. The meeting on Darlington avenue, Stewart avenue most creditable-work.: They .have Ren-'
I was called to order promptly by President and Church: street The entire first eroualy given their services at
severs
'4; A. S. Nelson and on motion the floor will be cccupied by the Valley Ga. public functions this winter, and it was
\: tegular order of business was set aside ( zette. Mr Hams' private office has In appreciation of this' that the party
s I "and the election taken up. The application an entrance on Darlington avenue. The wss ariven.Tbe .

i.i of Mr. J. D. Kuykendall for, large business and editorial office, witha beautiful' home .was prettily dec,
membership was read and he was magnificent plate glass front it entered orated with bamboo ferns, salvia,.and
If elected. The election of officers was from Stewart avenue. The stock a ?profusion of red Cardboard hearts-
f.", unanimous and hearty, the, following room I is conveniently located beside the and art-deeorated crepe paper..
1'' being chosen. business office and the work room. The In the early part of the evening Mlu
f; H. Clay Stanford president. l-rge. splendidly lighted workroom Aultman entertained with severabeau-
F. W. Stalker. vice president. with concrete floor, occupies the rear of tIful vocal and 'Instrumental numbers

J..D. Kuykendall secretary. t .. the building, and is 86x40 feet. The on the tlne Columbia graphophone, and
Judge G. Ft Parker, treasurer.Mr. entire floor has been arranged for the Mils Lord, Mn. Norton and Mrs. Carr
Stanford in accepting the presidency + tg zr purpose to which it is to be devoted gave much pleasure by their piano and
took occasion to say that while t and is finished in the most approved! vocal numbers.' .
the Board of Trade had not been fashion. We 'feel safe in saying thatno During the evening Miss Ellis Miss
especially active during the past weekly paper in Florida has a handsomer Graves and Miss Jolly served punch in
months the results of its work are still or more convenient home than the dining room and dainty candy was
alive, and that there is a tremendously has the Valley Gazette. also M"eeL
important work for the organization to.I The uppar floor of -th.'building is-divided ;;Af tot'-th*- -musical progranr -mimesr. ...
' do. He urged the adoption of plan into three apartments of three were.played' and in the "memory : :contest .
-by' which the-Board 'might ,be--started rooms and bath each. These are prob- Mrs G. M. MacDonough won first
on a new career of usefulness. He _.', ''S't Kx1M lrrt wr16.ar ably the finest sets of rooms for rent- prize a beautiful glass plate with sll-
stated that a number of members had ing purposes in the city, being provided tor deposit while the bOoby prlse went
gotten-Into arrears and had lost Interest with every modern convenience. The Mr. Ludlam.

to such an extent that they Valley Gazette building, the handsomest -, The ladies next tried their skill at.
would withdraw rather than pay up, e structure In the city stands as a I archery, the target being a large heart
and hero eedthat all nest ohlllTationB monument to the spirit of with smaller
r progressive ones about It. In this
to h.B ; d be :wiped out, that'an Kissimmee, a spirit which the Gazette contest Irs. Katz and Miss Rogers-

,effort be made to retain all the present KISSIMME PROCiRESS{ [ EVENTS WEEK has helped to foster, and which Is making were tied and drew lots for the prize, a'i
numbers and to secure: new membees I Board of Trade Committees I Of Kissimmee the finest town in Flor box ot Huyl.r's candy, which went to A....
and that hereafter the dues be paid by Id.. .e rs. Kat& '

the month. This plan he believed I Delicious' refreshment, were served f
Some Brief Items That Show Mow Happenings of Local Interest in '
would revive the organization and give The following persons have been consisting of salad, olives,. sandwiches
new interest in its work. "We cannot Kissimmee Grows. named by President H. C. Stanford of Busy Kissimmee.Mr. The people living on Hilliards Island ill.heart *!jPacoffee, sherbet and
he said in conclusion, "to let are to hold a meeting on Saturday cakes
afford
h"rtnped
the Board of Trade, as chairmen of the Pf nd and white on
the Board of Trade die." Supt. A. Crown of the Atlantic various committees. As soon as the V. P. Schmitt of Madison Neb., night to consider the proposition of,, were small candy motto hearts
Board changing the of the Island. Asa that
the name
Mr. Kuykendall thanked Coast Line R. R., was in Kissimmee new membership list are In, each of returned to his home this week after since t*uee much merriment. The men
matter of fact it has '
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for the honor of election to what Tuesday of this week by invitation of these gentlemen is requested to select spending several days on the ibiiTi then called upon to ""now their 1
prairie. ceased to be island and the
said he considered the most important the City Council, to confer with themon four other members to serve with him, I He says this Country! suits him all right, name is an of, misnomer.Hon. present. in a contest, and Mr. G. M. Mao-,
office in the organization. He pledgedto the matter of paving around the making in each case a committee of even If it has been a bit wet, and he something a Donough won the prize, a box of candy .
efforl.8as for
the Board of Trade his beat station, in co-operatioujwith the city. five. placing, while blindfolded In
his expects to make this his future home. C. A Carson chairman of the the
an official, and to Kissimmee According; to the present contract the COMMITTEES!: Mr. Schmitt added his name to the board of trustees of Columbia college; one-minute time limit, Si clothespins -
loyalty as a citizen. paving will be carried Broadway as on a line stretched across a corner .
up Gazette list the week here
Valley subscription to spent attending Impor-
Jr. of the
On motion of Mr. J. M. Willnon Transportation, C. A. Carson. room. '
far the Grayitone, and will include Intouch
as keep with Kissimmee during tant matters-connected with-the college
the plan proposed by President Stanford Dakm ave. It was thought by the Immigration and Commercial, A. S. his absence. and paying his last tribute to his The members of the orchestra were
was accepted the president was re- Council that it would be well to extend N@loon.l i lamented friend, Dr. H. W. Tribble. i then called together, and Mr. Willson.
quested to appoint a committee to the work'to include the station, and Navigation, Capt. Clay Johnson. Mr. C. W. Ward has placed a very -Lake City Index. on behalf of Mr. and Mrs Aultman 1
solicit new member and to secure from Supt. Crown said' that he would recommend Manufactures and New Enterprises, handsome steel launch in the lake this presented them with < box: of
as many of the members as possible a that this be done. J. M. Lee.Finance. week. His eon Wayne, who is a motor Rev. S. B. Rogers; chairman of the candy, to !** opened atrec.Iveed re-
year's dues in advance, In order to pay and Auditing M. Katz. expert, is chief engineer, and has been board of missions of the Baptist church hearsal. Mr. Brown the gift.
some small obligations of the Board, Mr. and Mrs. < arry Siener and two Entertainment, Roma Thomas. giving the boat a few trial spins by of the state of Florida, was in the city on behalf of the orchestra, ,and for-
L and to put some funds in the treasury. children, and Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Advertising A. E. Donegan. way of limbering'up the engine preparatory Monday, the guest of Hon. C. A. Car- them thanked Mr. and Mrs. Aultman
Mr. A. E. Donegan spoke with reference Bradley: and child arrived in the city Municipal Improvements, H. M. to a trip down the lakes and son. Mr. Rogers was here in connection and Miss Aultman for a delightful evemng. +
to holding some kind of celebration last week from Lewiston, III., and will Breaker. I I canal. with the work of his board. As the guests said good-night
in the near future. This should make Kiasimmee their home in the fu. Good Roads. E. L. Lesley. I they unanimously declared to have:
be done he declared. to celebrate the ture. They were accompanied here by Charitabl'llnltitution., J. M. Han I been one of the most enjoyable parties
new era that is coming to Kissimmee Judge J. D. BreckenridKe. father of Membership J. M. Willson, Jr. of .K"*" and aU were glad* to bye'r
e' in the completion of the many civic Mr. Bradley who came along to see Legislation W. B.-CrawfordL- had privilege of sharing again the
betterments,-the water works, the them comfortably located, and incidentally Drainage and Street Extension,' N.. gracious hoepitaJi of the ,Aaltman
sewers, the new fire equipment, the to look the country over. After C. Bryan. home. -
new streets, and the lake front Im looking around a few days the judge; Health and Sanitation, Dr. Derby
provements. Such a celebration he be- has also acquired the Florida fever and shire.
lieved would advertise the city and states that he will return next fall to Stock Industry, W. C. Bass a lt MW t ti ," STATE BREVITIES
would arouse the interest of our own locate. Statistics, B. C. Miller t IF

citizens Education, W. J. Sean. ---.., \
The suggestion was received with .Mr. and Mrs. M. Scramlinof Climax, I Buildiru S. L Lupfer. f, -' '** ,'
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the greatest enthusiasm, several of Michigan, are the guestsof her parents, The committee to arrange a plan fora The first State Bank of Eustisls j + : to
the members speaking: on thai subject.On Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Darling of S. celebration of soma kind to be held L-- have a fine new, ,building to cost about
motion the president was instructed Clyde ave. Mr. and. Mrs Scramlin in this city in the near future has also $40,000. -
to devise a plan for such 'celebration came with a party from Battle Creek. been appointed By the motion crea ; (
r and present it at the'next meeting of Mich., Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hunt and made this committee the president was Two of the theaters in' Jacksonville
the Board. Mrs. Doubleday. They. all declare a member. The committee is as gave shows on last Sunday In order to
Mr. Spawn, manager of the canning themselves delighted with the climate follows.A. test the new Sunday closing: law.
factory, was introduced. He told and say they will not return home E. Donegan, chairman; A. S.
something of what has been accomplished until the snow banks are gone.; Nelson, J. M Willson Jr.. J. It. Kuy An election on the proposed commission -
at the plant, which he said is unique.He kendall H. C. Star-ford. form of government tor St.
desired the influence of the board Our good friend Mr. C. W. Fleming Petersburg has been > ordered for
in the efforts to secure a good road to brought us in a button hole bouquet on March ft.What .

the factory and extended a general Wednesday, in the shape of a sun- C. L Conducts
Set.viceA promises to be one of the best
citizens to visit the
the It is
invitation to flower about ten inches across. as and most
largely attended
plant. He said there had been 50 tine and handsome a blossom as ever the Chantauqua'sof
all strangeas. in the very pleasing service was held at state opened at Lakeland Thurs
visitors within ten days grew on the Kansas plains good tyr'i day.
lie wanted the home folks to come and old summer time. Any of our Kansas the Presbyterian church Sunday night, I
see. Several members spoke approvingly folks who are homesick are invited to under the auspices of the C. E. Society. Secretary of State Knox In
of the importance to the city of call and see what Kiaaimmee can do in Mrs. J. W. Miller was in charge of the II Photo by Hall a: Pmyntar I Florida this week en route to the was South
sunflower in the middle, of special music, which Included a solo by
the factory.Mr. raising STREET PAVING ON BROADWAY AT STEWART AVENUE American republics. He is going to
Nelson spoke of the request of a winter. Mr. Fleming says he has two .Mrs. Hyatt, and several choruses by try to cure 'em of the revolution habit. a
Miss Fleishman of Pittsburg to establish stalks eight feet high, and with blos- the choir Fred Sr.yder gave a well ..
a bureau of information, charginga soms that when fully opened will be a rendered recitation. A feature of the Mr. J. K.: Milliard carried his son ,i NEWS OF WEEK Hon. Wm": V. Knott was appointed
small fee for her service in locating foot across. service was a Bible drill by eight girls, I. James to Tampa last Wednesday and :I i I by Gov. Gilchrist, as Comptroller, vice
visitors in homes. Mr. Stanford stated who were put through a lengthy had Dr. Bize examine the latter's eyes. Hon. A. C. Croom, deceased, Hon. J.
that he had told her that the Board Two parties of homeseekers came to catechism with reference to the Bible, The doctor stated it would be necessary I --- C- Luning, recently appointed Commissioner -

Vould not consider her proposition as Kissimmee within the past week, bound by the minister, Rev. S. S. Snyder. to stop school for the present. On : Orders were placed for five of Agriculture, was appointed
its policy was to make all Its work for the airier, one brought by the I The service was attended by a congregation their return they were accompaniedhome planes by the U. S war aero- State Treasurer and Hon. W. A.
free. He also stated that the gentle Southern Colonization Co., the other that filled the church. by Miss Irene, who has recently I McKae, of Mariana, was appointed
man employed and paid by the city was by the Hunter Land Co. The first was undergone an operation for appendicitis The Florida Everglades. investigation Commissioner of Agriculture.The .'
r handling this sort of work splendidly, accompanied by Messrs.: F. B. and is now convalescing.The has been going on all week, wit' some
.jr having some weeks located as manyas N. Haley, J. P. Rogers of St.Lynch'l lion. S. J. Hilburn, candidate for I interesting testimony. Secretary of State has adver
fifty people in either permanent or and H. F. Beuter.'ot this city. congressman from the Second congressional ladies of "Presbyterian church tised for bids for the beautifying of the
temporary homes. U.) Clark,, of this city, accompanied the district, was in the city Monday will hold their semi-monthly fad sale The north had the coldest weather in state capital grounds.OSCEOLA.
v A vote of appreciation of the work second party the praine, and on I and Tuesday in the interest of his can- at Miss Mattie andy';; store on Satur- I years at the beginning of the week t
.'A of Mr. A. S. Nelson as president of the their return Tuesday night gave thema didacy. Mr. Hilburn states that he is day, Feb. 17, from 3 to 6 p. m. Those J,! New York harbor was nearly icebound.
Board was unanimously carried. "feed" at Lincoln's. Nearly 200 people meeting with much encouragement who are doing light: housekeeping are i Bursting gas and water mains killed FOLKS
Messrs. Willson Donegan, Miller, went in the two parties.Lincoln's wherever he goes, and that'he feels especially invited to come and get seven persons. Oyster boats at Baltimore ! .

Stanford, Spawn and others spoke highly Cafe, at the old 'Wiley BUre of the nomination. something nice for Sunday's dinner. I were ice bound. ,

1 of Mr. Nelson's work in boosting stand, opened up Saturday and hasbeen Jos. W. Folk of Missouri withdrew Arthur Donegan has resigned as
Kissimmee all of them declaring that doing a mulling business. Col.! from the presidential race leaving the clerk of Orange county and will engage
while he was one of the newer than residents Lincoln seems {\\p understand his business field clear for Champ Clark to secure ; in his campaign' for
\L. none had been more loyal thoroughly Mr. Niemeyer also [the entire Missouri delegation. State ebator. Mr. Donegan Is one
the best interests of the city. of
he to Orange
most
county's prominent
opened the adjoining the res ,
Mr. Nelson, in thanking the members taurant. The grocery opening of these two The "New Home" Edition of The Gifford Pinchot says LaFoftette's and influential citizens and his election
f.{ for their vote said that he loved Kissimroee large buildings 'the only ones in town condition is such that he will be unable I i\ao predicted, says the Evening ;
r and always intended to do what that have been closed-give this part of to make the race for the presidential I Metro oli.. Strange that the Jacksonville -
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he could to boqst It. Kissimmee I nomination. should
word behalfof Uroadway a much more cheerful appear..ce. Valley Gazette paper award Mr.
Mr. Donegan spoke a on Donegan to Orange county Mr.
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the newspapers, saying that no institution Woodrow Wilson was in the lead for Donegan is the clerk of Osceola conn:
>t gave more to the public and M. D. Casler, of Kissimmee says the presidential nomination on the first ty, and is the best known and most
?I"* that the public should not expect them that on January 9 he bad on his table returns from the primary in Oklahoma. popular nan In'the county.'-St. Cloud k
to do all the boosting free. new Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, Five thousand copies of this issue of the Valley Gazette have Champ Clark's supporters claim he will I Tribune, ' '

>'' Mr. G. M. MacDonough duipg spoke af of Cape the | work his was '
company kale. Who caret for a greater variety .
,? 'Breeze and Invited the members to see than that? Florida haa\.the best eli- opportunity for you to help boost Kitshnmee and Oseeola County by The wreck of the Maine was floated oke the rose as the of Florida official floral emblemof
for themselves what is being accom- mate and soil in the country, and if few in Havana harbor. She will probably state has been .suggested .
sending a copies of this special i iDast/ated edition to yovr frieadsin by Mrs. Minnie Moor 'Wilson
iL Kissimmee be floated
iIj pliehed-there for the soil is properly worked it will produce out of the coffer dam within ,
)IjX Ij Before the meeting adjourned Mr. : anything that grows. When weget the north and{ the west. This issue, which is printed ia celebration two weeks. me.a prominent This fragrant club wildroej -

Spawn took occasion to speak of the our garden in shape we'll prove of the completion of handsome office baJUinf into which south with Its the ,
Importance of the work of the Board ft-Groveland Times. our new The boy Emperor, and the Empress pretty .Indian legend
of Trade, and of his interest in Kiaaimmes I. we will move in a few days, U the largest overprinted in the ValleyGasette Dowager ot China,. unconditionally about the romance of ai; Cherokee maid
!. He said he had been all over I. The Kissiounee Va'lley Gazette of abdicated the throne, making way for and a Semuiole brave teems to be office. It has all aid "at home.
twenty pages, set printed theformation in particularly appropriate' choice '
world and had found in this city of a republic the for} a
the Friday had slcttch from itect'
a arc *
.ir.r;... ,the spot where he desired to stay.' He drawing of the new Catholic church: la the face of maay aaexpected dKficmltjes', the work I has aD beeneleawbythorFffalar ancient country. The leaden of the] state.flowr .-rFprt ,Meyer Press., J';

'. s here to stay, and to give his best I !!.1L.\UIdU'.JODltmc.tkID fn k I..i mojiTne - force with ealy" d few-. Leo 6f hll Choice. : government. -
service to the city | build ing,is to be of brick and stone The Couner-Infortnant j
; t The meeting adjourned, anthuefutlcdyer and will cost about 6000. The picture: has meant hard work for everyone, fro>i ".denJ:' to, editor! ,but this A boom for Roosevelt for the president for Feb.& is a M-pec special edition.

:. the future -of the interest organizationS It was Indicates that it will be an ornament to work has been gladly done, in the hope affil the belief'that it will help was started in' Chicago when 8 It is splendidly illustrated and contains .
I S of the city In whose Kiasimmee.Times-Union; an enticing account of the attractant ;
and
governors delegates rom28 states ;
i organised.' Kissmuaee.. W, are grateful to the business mea for their liberal of Polk it' i4 I
county.
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1 _ _ _ organized a permanent campaign com '
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KUsimmee Is to Gave ..utomoblle'fire "
an The splendid showing in the matter-of ...dy rtiaiac is mittee. : i; ,
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It t. now claimed that the Republican. equipment at a coat of as,800.. latbajanguajre .
Taft lanother
President
I' convention at Palatka' did not split, of the chorus.: now whatdo strong, boost for Kissimmeo.; ;' ,A dead town does. set a.,ert .. Gov. Wilson of New Jersey, opened "keynote" speech: Tueaday.aelivered,, : *. '
the ,
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all the time that think of that?-Orlando
after alL We thought you ReporterStar. his campaign in Illinois Monday withan unmusical jumble of noises it looks as-; :"
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" not enough of 'em In. Florida )oJ.i
there-were address before. the troquois Club of If the Republican part already has had
W think It honkydory thank ,
to split\ ,, you: Chicago. '
too "keynotes.;
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:? 1 :ON T"EMAP[ I Parties, receiving this paper- who are not .a'

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regular subscribers, must. not think that it is I'

t j. the intention of the :publishers to later demand ,'
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w of them the subscription price, as it is ,

.! mailed to them complimentary,by'our Board l

I I of County Commissioners for the purpose of

: acquainting them with the many advantagesand
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J + opportunities this town and county offer f

I., u4 + the homeseeker.: The paper will be mailed a a

t. few week to any person whose name is givenus t'

t, and if they should desire to receive it regularly
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I thereafter, we would be glad to put ;

1 the rapid increase of building operations in this city the business of them on our subscription list at the regular *
making artificial stone for all kinds of buildings has grown to large proportions.The .
i .: above building:, erected by Mr. Dickerson!' is a standing recommendationfor rates.
the work he does ip his stone yard. This store is occupied by Clayton &

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: l If you are interested just investigate FURNITURE, HOUSEFURNISHINGS, STOVES AND RANGES

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.. 's'; ,' CITY PROPERTIES.One 25 on acre lake farm, 17 acres in Park in Gardens cultivation -, 15 Per Gent Off for- Eighteen Days Only, From "

modern fenced and cross-fenced; flow-
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". in every new respect. Price 3200. well Price; new 4600.5-room house, barn etc. Monday, Feb. 12, to Saturday, Mar. 2, Inclusive_

;. Nineroom'house., lot 150x200,
chicken yards and houses, fine! ar25 acres, 3 miles northeast of city, FOR CASH anything in our store, consisting of Dressers,
den, beautiful yard; 14 bearing orall cleared. Old house, barn and a Wash Stands, Beds, Springs, Mattresses Cots Children's
ange trees, shade! shrubbery, etc. well; some old orange trees. $1,000. Cribs, Chairs, Carriages, Chiffoniers Hall Stands, Buffets
t So cheap. Liberal terms. Sideboards, China Closets, Dining and Kitchen Tables, Parlor
"; 30 acres, .10 in cultivation 10black Soils, Couches, Sofas, Tables, Office Desks Chairs and
A new concrete bungalow. So muck; fenced and cross-fenced; 60 Tables Stenographers' Tables Library Tables, Stoves-wood,
cheap. peach trees, I 5 pear trees, other oil and gasoline, also Ranges, Cotton Blankets and Comforts,
,"; New house near In, 10 rooms, "small fruits. Deep well at house. Clocks, Guitars Banjos 1 honographs, and many other things
J enIIe.. ALL WOOL BLANKETS AT COST
bath and toilet lot 147x-4T. Half Surface well with gasoline
j cash liberal terms. A bargain. Five-room: house barn, 7 head of Now is the time to'furnish your home most comfortablyand
cattle 3 of which are milch cows; 3611x140. dt a very low cost to you. Come in and see us. Do not
New 5-room plastered cottage lot hogs, 60 chickens, horse wagon, top forget the date. Remember nothing will be charged at above
Pricey $1,400. buggy, plow harrow, harness. Two discount.
I Six-room cottage lot 150x300.; 3 miles out. Price 3000. _ OPERA HOU8B, NEAR NEW DEPOT
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r.. I trees.acres bearing Price, orange s:,800.. and grapefruit 36 acres half-mile\ from city, be- quality of stock progressiveness of business methods and courteous I '
acres in cultivation I'I'In
10 and 15 ; : : FURNITURE: CO.f
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ings with their customers, no firm in the city stands higher than D. R. Bleni.l. f
sheds etc.
.1 1 Seeen-room house 4-acre grove. 5-room house, barn and persimmonNew ; Company, whose fine grocery store is pictured above. Mr. Blenis is one
If Price 4000. some orange pear live, wideawake citizens, of whom we have so many. His success has j: E. RUSH. Manager.
6 room. cottage, mordern; 3trees plow; horse harrow, wagon and farness buggy; 2 surrey cows tained jy doattention to business and by fair dealing with his customers. .
sulphur wood house,
Inch well no ;
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5 heifers. Price 3000. .
lot 150x150. Price $2,000. -
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I i One 6-acre tract 8-room house 20 acres, one mile from station, 5 Kitsimmcc Drug Company.
'j, .. with cellar; deep well gasoline en- acres cleared 1 acre grove Price
' . ,' gine. Price 2800. $1,100.

' '\ One 5-acre tract, 2 miles out 3 4 acres in ,cultivation; 6-room house grove, oranges, grapefruit tangerines Varclay
well etc. Price 1400. lemons and pomegr'anates; 2
cleared to plow 1 acre in egg- .
acres ; .
d One 5-acre tractlnside city limits Two-story; 6-room hou..e.fruit ,
:, .1 mile from court house; 40 young plant. Corsets
It'mons.barn., furniture; deep well; 2 horses, .
trees 25 orange trees harness, 2 1
cows
wagon; buggy
and !
loquata per-
limes tangerines
' \ ( chickens. Three miles
' -' '\' BimmotSt raspberries, strawberries heiferri40'
,,"'. and blackberries;; 6-room bungalow 8000. .
ti- : ,. finished Northern style,* north.and 40 acres 2J. miles out, 26 i in -cultivation 1 1r ".
,'l'ji9f./"','.,, east verandas of rosesand, screened throughout I ; some orange; grapefruit :Made to order from your own measure, like a suit, Insuring ,
yard!! peaches, pears and lemons; several '
> shrubbery. Price, $12.600.: hundred seedling orange and grapefruit e r j; a perfect fit to even the most difficult figure and
One 4-acre-tract, :3-room house 2J ready to set out; 6-room house;. tr'y giving the ease and comfort seldom found in the readymadecorset
x miles out... Price $375. 1 cow, 1 horse, 30 chickens wagon, .C d't
,. harness!' and farming implements. that is molded on one form and turned out by the
One 5-acre tract in I lIIe d a I e. Abargain.
Price, $2,500 thousands.
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20 acres, 31 miles out, fenced and I II With each corset is given the manufacturer's guar-

.4ti FARMS.p orange cross-fenced trees;, 1 400 acre peach eggplant trees., 1 acre 400 I antee, in which they offer a new corset free of charge in ,

A fine lot, near in, 75x150. Price, cabbage; 2-room house. A bargain. case the tri-wire boning should break or rust in actual
$850. Price, $2,200, I wear within one year from date- of purchase, providing the
N + A lot 100x100, near in. $r->0. 23 acres fine bearinggroye, orange Mr. A, B. Jarrell is the manager of this attractive store. Mr. Jarrell is 1 1one ';
cloth not worn out
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house.i of those genial, whole-souled men whose every acquaintance is a friend. is
l and grapefruit; peeking
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One 10-acre tract on Price, $7,500. ,lie is also a capable druggist: and a progressive" business man. With this combination I Call and examine the sample corsets in the new shapes .:
street $850. of traits it is not surprising that he has built up a prosperous businessin '
One 10-acre tract half.mile from. 40 acres, on which is an extra fine this city, and that the Kissimmee Drug Company's store is recognized as onepf and find out more about them even if you don't care to order. .
city limits. $660. grove of oranges Price 12000. the best in the county. I .1'
all 14-acre 630:! - -- ----- ---. .
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. fenced 8acres in cultivation. $750. grapefruit averaging: 6 !boxes to a
tree this year; 20O tangerines, averaging ..*****.*.*.**...******.*******..***.**..**.**.**.***
Five and 10-acre tracts in Park 6 boxes, 1 dozen peach trees, .: ::
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Gardens the ideal trucking section 1 dozen kumquats; 5-room house Mrs. E.L: PearceTHIS
17500.. : FOR GOOD PICTURES GO TO J: ,
in Florida. $100 per acre. barn, etc. Price, $

4 f. I Fi.. Acr. Tract intidm city /imitf. bordering en /.&.. A bargain now in tint i THE GEM STUDIO I
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A Lakeview Cottage South Kiitimmee : Dealers in Ansco Cameras and Films, also Cyko Paper. ::
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:rat : Work done for amateurs promptly. Florida views of allI t KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE

kinds. Prices reasonable. All work guaranteed J* .rs
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('i Bank, and-Store Fixtures. it done
them without having your: eyes tested. Have
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Sectional Book Cases, Filing Devices. { by us and it will be done thoroughly and accurately. c -'

r s. school? Lodge, Church and Theater $ There will be nothing "chance-y' about it. Buying "

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One of the 'big'buslness enterprises of the city I. the Klsslmmee Furniture / ''
Company. The three-story building on Broadway ii filled to overflowing: with SHINGLES "
one of the most-valuable stocks that la carried in the etty. Manager Rush and ORANGE AND. t
\: M AA iYh i his assistants are always "(Iii the job" whether you want to buy a kitchen chairor BOXES ,

furnish a mansion. ORANGE WRAPS 'ALL V VVEGETABLECRATES

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Having implicit faith in the future of Kissimmee, we have

made, it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel .

proud, and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a continuanceof ,.' '. ,"" -- .. ware
a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If

you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the
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smallest price that property can be secured for, we invite you to One of the stores of which Kissimmee is justly proud is that of C. A. Cole,
call on us. the Jeweler. Mr. Cole Is comparatively a newcomer, but he has a store that
would be a credit to a city many times as large as Kissimmee. In fact it would
Ne offer Vacant Xesident Property, Imoroved City Prop- be difficult to find a more complete stock of the very highest grade of goods. .
erty, Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at Three expert jewelers are engaged in this progressive store. ( Ei4VW1J1I1 'J s

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No. 415-Very desirable vacant li.tcontaining ORANGE GROVENo. PROHIBITION DID IT I MILLIARDS ISLAND V., Nothing has ever been found .
throe that lends the same air of aristocracy -
acres' just outside Twenty-five-acre orange -
city limits in 'Pest Kisslramep, good grove, all under good fence. Railroad I I Mrs. J. K. Hilliard returned from i to the home as '

place to start poultry farm or truck. runs through/! grove; station adjoining Dr. Kelley Speaks A mirin :ly of I Tampa last Saturday, where she had 1 SILVERWAREOur
garden. Close to churches and school.A property; good school and church within
bargain at f 175. Let us show vou quarter mile of property. All crops Changes in Kissimmee accompanied her daughter Miss Irene, l ay
stock is the I
most and
this lot. that can be grown in Florida do well on who has undergone a successful opera- complete,
", Pine- this place. If you desire a home in k tion in that city, and is expected' homes comprehensive collection of this beautiful
No. 601-An attractive home in
Florida write or call on us quick as this The following I letter from Dr. Howard
dale. This property Is just outside of property will not be on the market longat A. Kelley of Baltimore, will be of n, to thedelight her many friends.! a ware south .of the large Eastern cities. Web

city limits, on and high contains ground.eight Houseis the price named. This property we especial interest to all our people, Mr. -S. F. Fansler and family will have searched the world's markets and
two-story rooms,
all plastered and hard oil finish' two are Will offering sell as a for whole a short or time divided for into$12,600.two many of whom met the doctor on his move to their new home, south of Kis- ry r have THE BEST.

porches, fine well and large barn. parts if desired. recent visit to Kissimmee. simmee, in the near future. v t. i

).... This tract,house with beautiful Is located,'Iewof on a tire-acre the city No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located Baltimore, Feb. 6, 1912. Mr. John Overstreet, Jr., 'and wife &' ')+ 1,,,,, f. Sterling Silver Tea Set- five' :

I and lake. Land Is adapted to citrus inside city limits, close to school Editor, Valley Gazette, are now residents on the island, occu- -f r -pieces, plain Design .- $90.OO.Solid [

fruits and trucking. This property can and churches. This property consists I feel thatA6';-must write to you to pying the house vacated by Mr. C. H. .- .JI Solid Siver After Dinner Set-4 pieces
be had for IfcJOO: : on very favorable of forty acres of land, twenty acres of '
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.. terms Will introduce customer to which is in bearing orange and grapefruit express the extreme satisfaction I derived Funk and family. -pot, creamer, sugar and tray $' OOO

owner and lei them deal direct. trees, ten acres additional'cleared /yon my recent visit ,to. Kis Mr: and Mrs Ira Wetherbee visited Sandwich Plates, solid silver, $15 up. s.

No. 304-Improved farm, located on and in cultivation; good five-room cot- simmee, in company with my friend, their sop W. L. Wetherbee, Mondayand Bread Trays, solid silver, $15 up.
tage two deep wells. This is an excellent -
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best road In Osceola county, H miles location, wr.ere :you will have Dr. B. W. Goldsborough, ExPresidentof Tuesday, and were accompaniedhome Salad Bowls, solid silver, $20 up.
from depot. 10 acres fenced and in the freedom of country life with city the Medical and Chirurgical Facultyof by their grandson Bert, who will Bon Bon Dishes, solid silver $20 up
high stale' of cultivation; best trucking advantages. Possession can be secured Maryland. I was astonished upon Baskets solid silver '$12
visit them Sew days. Sugar up.
land in this section. Has good well
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on short notice. See this proposition the hotel to find It 4i
andpoultry entering new so com- -
3-ro.m cottage house., All stable ready, wagon for purchaser shed before purchasing. Price, $9,600; terms modious and attractive, with such com- Master Henry and! Miss Lily Belle! A large stock of-the very best Quadruple, Plate {fn all:sizes, ""

to begin' work without any delay or on part. fortable rooms and an abundance of Hughy arrived home last Saturday froma styles and for all uses. N' ,'' ,1j; ;&; \ ''.

expense: of clearing land and waiting. No. 437-We are offering some very pure hot and cold water, The new well two weeks', visit with their sister, <<(< >*' y
to Improve before being able to pro' desirable resident lots, located three lighted dining room with the good Mrs! F. Lewis, at Tampa. LWe engrave all silverware, when, desired: free ,of cost, fk&I ,
duce any crops. This land is adapted blocks from Court Hpuse, on nice high '
""-4: \' to growing; all kinds of citrus fruits; elevation, for$300. Alley in rear of all table Is also a great attraction My Regular services were held Sunday ..' f We have a fine line of the Oneida Community'Triple Plus n
'J grove can be started 'to- good advantage these. lots. Cash, or short time. Letus astonishment became still greater, morning and evening by Rev. J. D. Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling and is guaranteed for
while land Is! being farmed- Price show vou theRe lots. while going about the streets of Kis Wyandt.. forty years. w.A
Terms If desit' 1.
$1060. on part '<
No. 303-Small farm inside of city simmee with my friends, Mr. James M. I The house being built by Mrs. I. H. We Handle Watches Clocks Diamonds Jewelry
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No. 309. Splendid new 6-room house, limits. Tnis property consists of a five- Willson, Mr. Hubert Fleming and Dr. I Wetherbee for their residence on East
just inside city limits, fine deep well acre tract within a quarter of a mile of W. L. Winn, to"note the extraordinary I Lake is Electroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Sou.
lot contains two of Oaceola High School. Small house, fine progressing nicely. '
acres ground good
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changes, or rather transformations venir Spoons, Silk -:- -:- -:- -> {
new barn, wagon and bucjry-shedH: all four-inch flowing well, land all in culti- Miss Ruby Duke, of Kissimmee, visited -
which have taken in the town, I
place
under ff'nce.o'me location vation. City is building fast in
good very
new We to for all mail orders. Our
her sister, Mrs. John Overstreet, are especially equipped care
this direction lots will command I have visited Klssimmee
for small truck garden or poultry ranch. ; noon a itself. on I
.,... this is a fine proposition where you will good price if owner should desire at any several previous occasions, when the : over Sunday. stock is complete, new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line sw

t'I-. will have the freedom of the country, time to sub-divide and sell It for residence -- streets were dirty and the buildings for I _ THE_ LADIES.Some with legitimate business houses.
i, yet close enough to enjoy all the ad- purposes. Price 1300. u
vantages of the city, such as splendid the most part unattractive, and tlie Potato. ALL GOODS GUARANTEEDWe -
high school, best markets, churches, FIVE city lots .on which is located a crqwd of loafers circulating in and out I i
nice five-room i Comrade Kirk is the look are members of the Tampa Trade Extentlon Association
r etc. Price $1600. new cottage, fine view of the saloons offensive to sense always on
of the lake cool breezes. This property every out for particularly; good specimens of and refund the fare of visiting shoppers, subject to the rules of the .,
No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just -is located close to the proposed of decency. On the occasion of this I' organization. t
short distance limits visit I found splendid stores--1 St. Cloud fruit and vegetables. He recently -
beyond city on electric line, on high level lots. A recent ,
Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid bargain at $1600. Let us show you this think particularly of the handsome I exhibited at the Tribune office a
high school, churches and market. Price property. jewelry store and the furniture, hard- sweet potato\) grown by Albert Dunlap r
$30.00 per acre. Terms on part if de that weighed seventeen and one-half
sired. No. 443-Ten acres located in Park ware and grocery stores,-evidently
Garden-, all under good new fence, land doing a thriving business.In pounds and was three feet and four I The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co.
COLONIZATION LAND plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to going about the city 1 found a inches in circumference. This vege-

No. 400-This Is a tract of 8,7fiO ret lay. on_Ww and can start offer a crop this without ten acres any with de number of neat, pretty bungalows table is to be seen at Mr. Farris' office I "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" ,'
acres timber land. Well located for St. Cloud Tribune.
the above improvements for the ; everywhere, and many successful -
same going up 1
sub- !vision and colonization purposes. Local and Long Distance Phone 698
It borders on three lakes. price that unimproved land being sold land booms in evidence on all
Railroad within three miles of tract. for in this tract. Our price $1000.0(1.( sides.----- -- It was evident that there must I Big Bargain In a Home 410 FRANkLIN STREET

Will cut 2500' to 3000 feet of lumber to Terms on part if desired. be some profound underlying cause to Splendid new six room house, just Inside Tampa FloridaI' H

the acre. This will bring splendid returns , No. 452-Twenty acres located in Park produce such a change in the city within city limits, fine deep well lot con-
if sold In small
to owner tracts. Gardens five in : tains two acres of ground, good, new
cultivation
; acres ten so short a period. Upon making i iDoi
Our price $6.50 per acre.
acresfenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. due barn, wagon and buggy shreds, and all
careful I found this was ,
This is conceded to be the best taact in inquiry under;, good, new fence. Fine locationfor
No. 381-A 20-acre tract located on' Park Gardens, owned by a nonresidentweo first of all, to a good Prohibition Law, small truck garden or poultry aanch.
marl road two miles from depot- on desires to sell. We will furnish properly enforced. I can now point to This la a fine proposition, where you
St. Cloud road. Property has good with owner's address and will have the freedom of the country,
you you can conspicuous example in the
house and three-acre orange grove in deal with him. The no more yet Close enough to enjoy all the advan- LWS
directly is at- IPBHNCE
This will yield from price States of the benefit of / : jlGEflCY
bearing. grove tractive and terms can be secured on United prohibition wool of the city, such as splendid high . .
alai 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each part of purchase price if desired. than to Kissimmee. I earnestly best marketsl. churches, etc.
Sufficient land cleared and in
cultivation year. to increase grove to twelveor hope that with such great Improve- Price 1600. 'H. M. BREAKER & Co. The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency Osceola County ',

fifteen acres, and at same time can No. 457-Here is on -ef_thfiinotlde- ments and with such an object lesson 48-tf t i FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
be yielding any garden truck desired.If sirable House contains homes to five be found in our cityx before you, you will soon be able also Honda Maps: PHONB IIS Hf
in search of properly that 'will\\ bring rooms, two porches, 'to cut out all importation of liquors, f I
results this fall, and at all times while twGwells, city water and electric lights. Upon receipt of 25 cent at the Valley
extending new grove, investigate this. New Barn and feed room. Lot frw even in the gross, into your territory. Gazette office pocket map of Florida
This property is convenient w town, 147 Teet. covered with bearing grapefruit 1 found on further inquiry, too, that will be mailed to any address in the
has marled road on one side one end. orange, tangerine, guava and had had a splendid, fearless chief United States We can also furnish
peach trees, fine shrubbery and flowers. you of Osceola at II each and '
Price $4,000. who county CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
Located in one block of court house in executive in Major Murphy, was mars! glad to estimate on sectional maps ,
No. 458-Ten acres djolning, city the-very best residence section. jjXhis not afraid to administer exemplary of any kind.
limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land property is offered for the very'4lowprice punishment upon wron -doersjind to '-- I Organized April 2d, 1910
fenced and fdr the of
is cleared, ready $2700. .
plow. The elevation is .uitablefor carry out the law. Allow me thereforeto site of the home of some of our best DEPOSITS .

citrus fruits and truing. This- No. 459-Five acres Inside city, cared congratulate the 'GaietU"." and all people. April 2nd. 1910, .2I.SOO.OOD Ilf1.
will soon be available for resIdent fenced and plowed for of Kissimmee on their new ,
cultivation.
property ready the citizens Remember that what you have gained .o. 3I_t, 19IO, I2O.2U4.43 tD.C.
as the city is'expanding This tract is nelir the Aultman
purposes and enlightened policy. The money be held continued 3Ia'. 1811, .l72.260.2aTo i
can only by vigi
rapidly. A bargain at 1200.00 farm-on; high ground. $1000.00 takes it. ,
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laborer is clearly
the now
earned by
lance. Evil is unremitting in its efforts

;J 4t : A H. M. BREAKER & CO. mate flowing channels through the instead numerous of into'legiti-the to by destroy an equally the good unremitting and must assiduous bemet -every consideration entrust your consistent banking business with good to us sound means conservative that you will banking-receive _


saloons. Investors from without are fight to,crush i 4l..and cast it out from A. E. DONEGAN.' President W, A'Sl'UTH.: longer afraid to entrust their moneyto midst. Y nlhave set heel \
OsceoH Pharmacy :- no our < your on' Directors: A. 'E. Donega'Pres., H. M. Pfann 1st V. P:. 1'C. ''
: KISSIMMEEOver FLORIDA Kissimmee enterprises, andyour the neck of the saloon interest, keep it W. Dann, 2nd V. P., A. W. Winn. L. H' Cohoon, F. W. Hall "' ?**'

:11 . ... / beahtiful city I can clearly see, 'is there. Very sincerely yours, v C. D, Carroll. .. .M : ;, t

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INSURANCELondon. Fire, Life-and Accident, InS '
i FIRE Jbr'P"hn' Zft 182 ORLANDO VITA. surance. r

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4 Indemnity Bonds.
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? I' TR. N L. BRYAN I.r..... ..,..,..........................
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1 i i :, Liverpool & Globe. Etna. DENTIST .

Squires Building The Home Bakery Man
M : Hartford, Norwich Union and New. York AvenueST.

CLOVD FLORIDAQK. I Takes this opportunity to thank
----other strong Companies
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{ the (good people of this cityffor
I I jr.v.. IMPSODKNTIS1.! :
i .,' PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDING their l liberal patronage and would
I t t also take this' means to say that
y J ; :
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limited facilities for making
'iI. I our :

: -I.. Upstairs In. Katz Uuildlntr.Telephone _.goods: will prevent (for awhile) due

..- o'P"lCE BOuRs: l II a. m. tq 12 m. (general delivery to all parts of the
:30 6.30pp. m.
{ I: to :
i; ,1 t ------ - - -' -- ---- ---- -.- No. 76 Juo 6. lyr. , city. Quality and variety will be
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maintained always. Our nice

I lR. W. W. CARSON HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso

.: t' ', I I If you're particular about your DENTIST HOT BREADwill


TOILET SOAPS CARY D. LANDIS Office over Cole's Jewelry Store be ready mornings and afternoon's -

J 'come herewe have a fine line to choose Office Hours: 8-15, 1-6 and a nice variety of PIES
: Office phone 168 CAKE Parties and
and Weddinga
i from-probably favorite kind. Candidate for State AttorneySeventh ,
-. ':' ''\ -- ... --7 your Residence" 23 specialty.


V : :", 'r''.1':,... OSCEOLA.': PHARMACY MProprietreesy Judicial Circuit 7tf E.( DERBYSHIRE, M. D., A. SMITH.


,\ attention to the DARLINGTON AVENUE
Special given
FREE TEXT BOOKSFOR
-- -- - --
-: l .t-----; treatment of Women and
!L P ] / Children.
i
r LAUNCHIKISSIMMEE" PUBLIC SCHOOLS
f ,e," Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184

\, ; : .. LEAVES FOR r i Improvement of Florida Public bchool S.temCa..dlda. .24-3mospd I BnnBth Butler
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2x4But e W. .. CHAWFOBD

11. : ,;'itr i i'I Kissimmee Park i w r A A.TANS VANS AONS-W AGNEW & CKAWKOKDATTORNEYSATLAW

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N.. BARBER SHOP
'f.i .. Daily at 8:00: A. M and 2:00: P. M.
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, .t Returning leaves for Offices: x-"rft-r. Citizens. Ibtuk" BulldliiB
, : with no rent to pay we KISSIMMEE 9:30A. M. and 3:30 P. M. r. Kissimmee Florida '
: : : j Cold. Drinks & ClgarfcKissimmee
." } ';i" will be able to make ____ u,__ __ I

{ 1- xp I. I. HOOK II. D. OEIOIB: :
FARE 25c G4Yt Fla.


tl :"I; :,; I SweepingReductions I JOHN DAVIS. CAPTAIN .MOON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW& GEIGER


1 1 tl' /. v r
h / Office State Bank Building Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
: Kissimmee. Flonda

.1 ':c? LIMONAHealthiest I - -- -- -- --------

; ... .f rj t}. F. KRIBB8

In our already low prices Place in FloridaJUST ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. DYEING PRESSING..d
Claude L'EngleEditor
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1 t/$ on TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA I Examination of Titles a Specialy. REPAIRINGLeave

of Dixie and the Sun Notification and payment of taxes of
Oi the Seaboard non-residents given careful
1n word at my house and clothes
r ,f ; StapleGroceries NORTHERN SETTIEMENT CANDIDATE FOR I attention. will be called lor and returned. Ir I

Farms,Groves and Winter Homes CONGRESSMANATLARGEPRIMARIES A. M:G RUSSELL ROBERT G. JOHNSTONATTORNEY Satisfaction Guaranteed

> Address .. for 8.... SunerlnUndant of Publlo ,
Instruction, Subject to Damacratte primarisa. I
; J. E. SNYDER LIMONA, FLA. 1912He 18 .._.. County nuperintrndent Hemando AT LAWKISSIMEEE
countTeachers' ORIDA REAL ESTATE [fOR SAil[
: 0 ..>. county 6 year.< bead of the '
t School
Institute. IH years manager of the ree
t
1 F t has fought for the peo1'10'.8 Doc,k System.
I S --- -- - - Brooksvillo.\ Fla.. De<'. I. 1811. FLORIDA Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
Bed Butter 40c rights: for six years. He ,
) To the Democratic Voters of U..tat. of Flue th- Lake Region Florida.
oj
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will continue this same fight' : id.:
t A't the Hollcitatlon. of friends. .n/)<>tlnc. myself LOUIS C. MAS8EY: T. PICTON WARLOW Trucking' and Farming Lands in largeor
:ti ATKissimmee In the same forceful way in !, a candidate for State SuperlnfrrMlent of I I....te Counsel. for Judge of the
GARS1N & BASS Conirress. ,Public Instruction on the following plattorm: Florid. 1(. R. <-omm. Criminal Court small tracts.
1 Free text books county system 'for public
West schools. CITY I'ROl'ERTY)!; A SPECIALTYList
Vote for L'EngleAnd 2. Improved unit system of county schools. MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS
Practical PaintingAll schools.8 Maintenance of high standanl fer state your property with me for quick

for :your choice for Dimtrict 4. A more economical expenditure of school AND COUNSHTLUOS salts.
Taylor's.Phone aunds. so that every dollar expended shall brinur AT LAW
Work Guaranteed Congressman too. I r eatisfact<+ry return not lt>ss money but .better Practice In all the Court of the htate and of H. M. Breaker & Co.Box
fesults. the United States, also before the Klorlda' Ksll- .
\. 250 Quick Delivery Wall Papering, DecoratingSign 6 Improvement In every department, of ad- road Commiaaion. and the IntA"ta.ommerce!
ministrstion ancffceachinu where iMMvibleliespectfully.
d dv ,: Commlsaion.
"I I Iar
i n 1 A. M. C. RU:>SELL. 175 KISSiMMEE. FLA.
Writing 11-M CHARLESTON BLI>G ORLANDO. FLA.

be I'I MEETING OF W. C. T. U. Write me for literal ur on th subjects .14 1 yr ,

I Pleasant| Kissimmee Fla embraced in my platform. -- ----- -- L. McCALLISTER:: : :
72tp ,
-r' Avenue B:1ss1r.nJnee's:

? \? Local Holds Interesting Session and -- --- .-- -- -- \V. S. HARWELL Well :

p : 'R CT'CT PRIR Elects Officers.A ond Friday in March. Mrs. Barrett will ZDrlller
tZ. CL REAL ESTATENotary is
OFFER prepared to drillARTESiAN
? have charge and will give a talk on the

", J I Diamond Ring I Gold Watch. 20-Yr. C. very interesting meeting of the work as it ia carried on in her home Public at Large
t S1 i or $2 per Acre per Month W. C. T. U. was\ held at the Chapt..r1I0use state. WELLSin
S Fancy Gold Stick Pins. Office in Beaman
with Building
: j l last Friday afternoon, ; a
I good number in attendance.The KI SSI MM RE. FLA.STOPI. any section of Klorida. '
A BENEfACTION
,' Buy a Sanford celery farm Flowing artesian '
ifijkr' well guaranteed. !Sab-Irrigation, following officers were elected to .
_ , I ',
,,1 '; \ ffltto Interest draltifte, good water nubnoll and rail proven transportation. district, serve during the coming year: Ten yearn ot Huccessful Well .

..... up Our liberal contract allow "lx President, Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Friends of Dr: Breaker Are Raisinga Drilling IK. a Guarantee of my I.
'" I yearn to pay out Title Bond &aratiteo Ability produce the best
'" )', I/ Co., San ford. t-U 4.Myr Vice. president Mrs. J. II. Miller. Fund. resul ts. ..

A Recording Mrs. J. Mc- ;
_ ",, 9 1 1Go. i Phatter. secretary The friends of Dr. Breaker are make TWO AND -FOUR INCH'1',

f 4 Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Coch- ing up a purse to buy him a tricycle, to
-.....'+ .., I We Carry the ran. be presented to him on his 83rd birth- and see u if you are going to build. WELLS A SPECIALTYP.

_! .d ,* 8 FamouaBarrington Treasurer, Mrs J. A. Bandy. day. The manufacturers The Mead We make plans and erect any style of O. Box ",,1.
344
1 ,!:' Mothers' department, -Mrs. H. W. Cycle Co., of Chicago, will give a lib- building. We make our own artificial
I ,
: SteelcutCOFFEE Morrow. eral reduction on account of his age I stone and brick and are close dealersin ICisslm.i33.ee: Florida ,1

, ,.... ,,.. J Social department Mrs. J. H. Miller. and financial condition, and all who lumber. We also manufacture all --- - ---- ,-_ _, t ,
t Jail Mrs. Ben Miller. know of -his long and useful life should kinds of Monumental work. '
l l'h': work -
Scientific Mrs. Cohoon. embrace this opportunity to show their -
( ,! o'w'. IH IIIRr.MIO temperance
KISSIMMEE
CONSTRUCTION
, .. "'. ..: OrejW. |we MralKbl liar** New th* dial .. TRYIT TRYIT'I'lfYIT TItYIT By unanimous vote the "dollar plan"was appreciation of his worth. Col. A. S. CO
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; Melrh ll Mlits II litl lltrv part*
J y ,.rt'fir,1\ pre I.wt pert .. .-1.'" NY.wh.r.' ....01.. up tsl I, adopted thereby, doubling the Nelson will be pleased to receive your Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry. I ,The f lorlda Grower

+ :. : : ., FaT Is)* _.....t -retrrrrl:- answer .. will I amount for dues, which have been but contribution and to record your name. 11HP
l'':'' ','" .!<.. Ik 1"._" HI..... ... C. W. GRIFFINNorth It may not be known to a large num- For trucker*and fruit gro...... For 'lilc )
te .... YN : a>esl tteal Ml '''rrefl aajswer 60 cen.leretofore. I folks who want to know about FlorIda. .;
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f t r,'t: ,. f 0.111 F_ It..IM Nil WId....11aehf ..-.-. ........... .-...... Kissimmee. Phone 8. Following the business part of the ber of our readers that Dr. Breaker JENKINS & WOODIIAM ly, .25o Weekly Hand 81.oeper lea for a ten rear Issue; month trial .["; I

,;",1 er.r., ... LM/....... ........ Ielrt... meeting Mrs. Porter gave a very Inter- receives no pension from the state. S subscription Snsppr. Bright.clean ... .
{1.a..r*. trerwlll) .!''' a rrrdll rkerh f.rr The death of his officers renders it impossible -- -- &
.. . of the convention held at "
.SO.***. .fcri raa a >+ JHml ?. al and Mrs. Barrett of for him to make some proof
'i -' YJtre p.-.dMa ia aa .e.wd1. this Tampa recently, 8OO Florl4a AvenN,Ra m(*, Flav,,
e , r.7.JNS..eral.... ..l>l he ami. ....a..avaelirel H KK.ItaMil hiwMyy..1w The Kissimmee Library. North Dakota responded helpfully to a required by the pension board; and although Surveying and : 'f'I
i all/ /. /rr aid wla ee>f ft he *mlfcir for other .he served faithfully to the end
suggestions
{ I'' i : .. All asael Kr Ise. r request among
4 aaexirers
g .. |7. llt. Th KissimmeeLibrary ffers,, to ita of the war, hi gets nothing. I I . ,
r t > Wh Ss. ? =- = : = things giving this motto of the North
,..M' :: .<..ae.) awardlwl_._.... subscribers a list of over.four hundredbooks' bat VETERINARY ;
yxjsrysiiS.** p tw Dakota societies"I: am one, but I Drafting SHREVE
the best authors all of UHi
by or Park Lots.
any Prospect
I r :""-*"**..Ml: ...;.. aailrial .- FRIEL '. the' of am one. I cannot do much but What SURGEON
wtit Which have ) reading
prjvileg
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r _... .... 111..1'.Aar sleetjHt'h IJ you 1
... .. ,which I do I to do and what Iought We have two of the most desirable
'' ,, ;/Eel CI104 . +1-.11. for only $2, secures a single can ,ought i from Clark S. Dak, U
M. y ,..'r f ." a.?4,.......tae .41.... N.r.Sr. e.A4e membership Or S5 for a family mete* to do, by the grace of God I will and best located Iota In Prospect Park OFFICE located here for practice. .
,," ..iJ< feet which .UCFRATKRNITY HAlL
<: .Ij1t. ,II. be..blpC: pt. Trench, the librarian do.It size 50x186 each, we are offering
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Fart the above amount. Library in State The next m* tiing society Call on us if you want a great bargain. KISSIMMEE.
FLA Office Barn ,
& p/.sJdACadoNwIU.a./ Mach
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16 1912 THE KI8SD1MEE VALLEY GAZETTL r
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STATELOYALTY: 'J haunting melody of aome sad, ,tweet '. :
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song. And so, I can appreciate and -
from ". .4, "
the *
'sympathize with newcomer ... .,
Editor Hetherington Speaks to Some I Illinois or any. other state. who finds ; ,

,of Florida's Adopted Children ,, himself down here,J with strange skies =Tampa'sReading Special t ro e :
above! him and new surroundings about

The following" eloquent preacbment I him, and the old scenes and the old life
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was delivered at the Illinois reunion in I behind, him., But, the roan who ,has 'CQMING TO KISSIMMEE .; :?!!.' and
Lakeland the ''other day by our good the'heart; to truly love and appreciate ,.: ''f .

friend Editor M. F. JJethertngTx of his native State, and who joins with !' mgt k '
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the'Lakeland Mews., It ao clearly describes that quality of, heart, the grit the TUESDAY; ; All Day a A. M. t07'Pi\ ji
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the feeling of most of the courage, the .nerje; .to eat; adrl'ft'from : :

,adopted; but none the less loyal sons the old associations and come i ." ; OZl ;

and daughters of Florida, who now down here to better'' hii. condition, is: ,' . .' ,- FEBRUARY 2O 1912. V Y 1

compose so large a part of our population the man we are glad to welcome; because i ;
"' :J .,r!
that we cannot refrain from such a man will, hlne times. out 'i' ?N '
publishing it: of ten, be a builder, a stayer and a Will Return In Four Weeks. At the Central :rK>
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The population of Florida, is, Indeed sticker and! not a quitter. I trust v "
a cosmopolitan one. In any there Is not a quitter in the sound of shall return every four weeks that we bearuwlih"suceetsr

ordinary gathering of her people Uy voice tonight. I trust that every all treatment begun. Call early if. fc accept..

there will be found almost as many member of the Illinois colony here ;; The Chief Examining and Consulting PhyslclsJ i "' "

v. States represented as there are persons will be present at another reunion of 1, I 'til i t .; ,i; Specialists. by request, will visit our city on date '' y
at FREE
on. and_ conftdentKu.VArany .aft
C strictly 1
present. Florida is drawing into the people of that Rood State a year ( l disease, ', '..
ll tkilf Till weakness or disability Why.not'eo It tr<
i
her' confines new blood and good hence and that, in the meantime the 4di : 1 l t ; ,l shoed, educated specialist, one who thorough}. .. I'''

blood from every section of the coun- members of that colony will have t \; r al.! 'the necessary appliances known to modem.. . I J J "'

'1 try; and the result of this amalgamation multiplied many fold. I trust that a References-Best Banks andSPECIAL Leadrla( BwlneuJ4et. .. > 'L' ", :

ot physclcal and Intellectual this gathering will cement old friendships +w 4l \#< ,:;. V\7\

forces undoubtedly will be the pro- and be the birthplace of many v I tr ,. 4f;fir R:'it.r i'

duction of an ideal American citizen new ones; that it will beget a spiritof ) "

fnendliness and neighborly helpfulness r"t'. &; .. .
ship.You people of Illinois]have no occasion that will bring happiness and : : '

to feel and I trust you do not prosperity to all, and tha.t, while .,.;. 'i; ,1 f, ,

feel that in keeping: alive love apd; loyalty to your
you are any sense \ '; ;':' ,
aliens, or exiles, or strangers ia a native State will'make for' that con- ..l,yiJ' "

strange land. You have merely cast tentedness of spirit that will awaken ;

your lot in another section of our you to proper appreciation of the advantages NOT4 i' '

great and common country where and opportunities of the ':. :'w. *}, :}y
the same ideals of government prevail splendid State of your adoption. I \ ".
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and the same pride in our national trust that you will send such messages J' '"

greatness and national integrity existsas back to the old home State that other { '

in the State from whence you came people of Illinois will come to, see, and ., ,r SPECIALISTS IN ; ''V ; !

-and, I may add, where the same flag seeing, will cast their lot with us, ex- ,.rid' ,
claiming, "Behold, the land is 1OOd- ''"' ,
. that floats over the Illinois capital ill CHRONICPELVIQ A1VD. J'J \
i honored and covered. I speak as a the half has not been told." .. fJtltt;:!
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Southerner with all a Southerner's love i r
C WE NEVER USE THE KNIFE. ,
for the Southland, when I hail you to- Mure'sWarningKwimmee

night, on behalf of Florida and the Our physicians are experts In the diagnosis and treatment of rl +yw', rf {
New South, as our own people, welcoming Diseases ..Consti- :t tt > such ,
Liver .
Stomach, Bowels! and as Dyspepsia DISEASES ""u
OF WOMEN. After ,
you to join forces with us, and People Must Recognize and Piles, Diarrhoea, etc, cured In the shortest possible time found y.ar..oiF17C t y pl
the '
greatest cure known for disease : '
without *
with good people from all over this i Heed It. the use of injurious drugs.. Painful Menstruation, Sterility Barrenness)* _,__ '" .rA] + h
-: broad land, In building up a magnificent Kidney Ills come quietly-mysteriously Throat Lung and Nasal Diseases such as Catarrh, .Bronchltls, ties, Ovarian and Fibroid Tumors Ip the.*arly.,taj 4 A !
structure of statehood that shall not be Consumption Asthma, successfully treated by our special methods lively cured by our method. Our treatment'.is'per t.
of treatment. and easily applied. No humiliating expoeure oA.eci Y'y' : a + A'i
of States.
in the sisterhood
surpassed But nature always warns you. Heart. Blood and Skin Diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers Eczema it! and you will exclaim like hundreds of other*!4')) ,' a
, Old prejudices of section belong to the Notice the kidney secretions.See Pimples, Etc., especially cases that have baffled the skill of different woman." e \j "1', 1';,e r k '

past. They have no part in the cosmopolitan if the color is unhealthyIf other physicians. Rupture and Varicocele permanently cured Wt. 9

character of Florida citizenship there are settling and sediment. Bruin, Spinal and Nerve Diseases such as Paralysis, Locomo- knife truss or suspensory. Be sure and! consult O*

and among the people who were Passages frequent scanty, painful.It's tor Ataxia, Epilepsy, Fits, Neuralgia Sciatica, Headaches, Sleep- treatment. r''I:t&\:\ .
lessness, Dizziness, Brain' and Nervous Exhaustion Etc., success \ .
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:) the real fighters of the South, and time then to use Dpan's Kidney fully treated by our original method. Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Bright ..., '
those who her builders to- uammation of the Bladder Enlarged r
among are i Pills, Prostrate'.w
Rheumatism. Our cure for Rheumatism is the moat successful A
day, such prejudices will rarely be To ward off Bnght's disease or dropsy. r known. Dribbling Urination. It costs no more to emplo b :
to risk your life with an inexperienced physician.Stricture E"i l*
encumbered. Doan's have done great work in Kis- Young and middle-aged men who suffer from the effects of :\ ..
I Some of you, perhaps, look upon yourselves simmee. youthful indiscretions and Nervous debility may call withconfi and all forms of disease f.the Urthi, b 4 4II i 'I <
dence. Gland! cured by our Medical Bougie, a method of 4
as pioneers in a pioneer State, Mrs. P. G. White. Bermuda avenue, out pain or detention from bualnes.treat .. w... ,t, ,
and may miss BOrne of the things you Kissimmee, Fla., : "I suffered I That we may become morn quickly known we are going to ', ,
says the first 25 cases that call upon us at the hotel, absolutely Syphillis or Blood Poison cured without ,.-u t't t 1 I< I J"free
. left behind you. In a sense, it is true from backache and pains through my excepting medicine. This applies only to this visit We drugs where others fail. i .t .''i .. "

that Florida-Is yet in the pioneer stage kidneys and I also had a great deal of 1i r'4: :
, of her development; but when your trouble from the kidney sec \t" na. "

(jJ forefathers, a century. or more ago,, Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procuredat h UNITED SPECIALISTS :: ? "j ;

undertook the task of developing the the Kwsimmee Drug Co., relievedme .

territory which is! now the great Stateof of all of these difficulties, and at 212 1-2 Franklin Street I

Illinois they were confronted with that time I publicly ,endorsed them.! _ _ Tampa, JFJa.. J f

,difficulties, and dangers, and hardships, During the three years that have since
and discouragements of which you can passed I have not lost my faith in this ,-- .. __ P

have no adequate conception. They remedy and I shall always be pleasedto '. .

were In constant peril; in peril of cold; give it my endorsement. A ,FINE PROGRAM\ J .....'1.":................_. .!'.................. ..--!-..----yam'. + '
61 in peril Of famine; in peril of wild For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. 'h .

e beasts; in peril of hostile natives. Hereno Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole -' a 4L.IC. .

such dangers or discomforts environd agents for. .be United States. Entertainment of Unusual Excellence Most ,

,you. Here you have cast four lot in a Remember the name-Doan's-and At the Chapter House .1r
-, fair and sun-kissed land where the take no other: I' '> held naaa.

I G .rigors and extremes of climate.ll -A program which for general excellence pemocMMo '# 1 t t tr .

..common in the section whence you 1 could hardly have been surpassed Up-to-date Kf t.r mid dtatrta* '
r .April. A.D. .to
ed .came, are unknown. Here no dangers by local talent in any city in the tsar Irom.w6 eomq ,

threaten you; no hostile faces to con state was enjoyed by about 75 people D b J r the lr,DmoeraUO*- .; ,,J

. front you. On the contrary, to those PASTIME at the Chapter House Tuesday night. i eral the'/t *e '
g* who are willing and capable and industrious .. The concert was given under the Sales hall t d control bf Ui D 1 mo.i tboraiDwi ) I' ti I
.r M.
the doors of opportunity are auspices of the A. W. L., the proceeds Ino* iDooniliUnl(or Coa with N\ '

( thrown open wide-doors which in THEATRE going toward the purchase price of a ri moont tbtsi ooojinit foatmlag* ** *tbeJlraitlons

,ick your own State owing to a more finished couple of dozen folding chairs for use for npraMBt**
condition, perhaps were closed to at the Tuesday night socials. We are Stables ftb.aoaiMlldaUlortlM..Ooltad aiKM from t ,f i'

you. Here there is room for all, andO Monday glad to state that the amount received I r eonmltue.l.cUoo, by..sues vl ..iv'crnBDdlna .;!.; 7, *1 4 MNi eti

work for all, and success for all who ] was sufficient for the desired purpose. i ,Florida, OBfot .
are willing to put forth reasonable effort The limitations of space imposed by i 1 I i d.bbs"if'ii,i orhu K a *, i ii
IN
.A. to secure it. Here you have .all this special edition will prevent the I i tyr ** 'y -
Im and Shall > fr vt
- the advantages of living in a pioneerR February/lflth individual mention and comment that i vodrad tn
State,and building with it, without the / the various numbers on the program SouthernFlorida ,IaWJr S Y' is primary toafdladsa eleotloo.mb rI -.,

discomforts that usually attend pioneerlife. deserve. Suffice it to say that the nbll> oatbe', K } ,
11 not be required '
Here you are accorded a different selections were of a class that n ball mtk* tbalr,
i Mb ballot to the ,
privilege not given to every people or is rarely heard outside the larger re- r ,
J. Al cities. I wilt canes thKifsimmee '
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creation r /and deeisr. th. I % :
The social next Tuesday will be an
Mules Work Horses Driving and Saddle Horse Ponies etc for sale at close 4s a .
It Is not unmeet that you peopled evening of old songs. Violin and cornet } ,

from th Berne state should come together COBURN'SGREATER accompaniment will be provided for prices. You can get just the kind of animal you want from "Inttram-

I a. ,a as you have pn this 'beautiful the songs' Everyone is invited to i I t C Y a ti f r
STABLED
a 1 evening, to renew/'the ties and discuss attend in a costume typical of some of r L. ,H. INGRAM SALES

the memories and traditions of the old time songs, and a prize will be .
= Florida *+ +
d the good land from which you came. i| given for the most original costume. 3 '1r..ara.ha..a..sr..aNaraN.N.aNr.r.N..Na.Nasea it

Such a gathering bespeaks a sentlI! | The hostesses of the evening will be \aaaaarN\\\1\\Ntaaa.Aaea.* ,* i i5oomon ,

Ni ment that does you credit. For myself j MINSTRELSBIGGER Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., Mrs. M. Katz. -, -. -
DH a I would be doubtful of the value and Mrs. Harry Thurman.

of the., Citizenship: of that man who I it i '
came herjB without bringing with him j B. Am It man. Pr... W. M. Frll. Vic-Pri. and Mjr. C. W. WarM. JM.OSCEOLA .sail
lard of Thanks. i
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: State of his nativity. I would be LUMBER COMPANY (In
; THAN EVER BEFORE
1a The ladies of'the Village Improve ,
fearful that perhaps he came away forth '
s 1 ) good of the State he left behind.I Pr.....'... ft .or..o,. Sftnlc and ment Society desire, through the columns Planing Mill and Novelty Works ;'. ' '' ' <
) C.drlc Difflav with lit* BI....' zed of this paper to thank the indus ,
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from Kentucky and though
hail ; I
Il.* Mlittrl Atrrmtmliom .rt ..n triode. cows which have BO carefully
+i yield to none in loyalty to and appreciation .H '100 KI.._ S,.... I--,
trimmed the shrubbery and potted
of this State ot my adoption I 1 s
around the House. Ass "
plants Chapter =
I hesitate not to say that I love the &
New Specialties .. !
the usual custom with Kisslmmee's
i dust of the dear State of my l i 1 .1 -t
very tim1' New Soap bovine beasts, those which wandered ,
'a birth. 1 have been away a long ; ViJrf .
I yet even now, I can close my eyes and) New VaadeyilleCHARLEY from their regular pasturage on the ,-..*.- "<* tea?
1 streets into the Chapter House yard did
the well loved'and 1
see again ( their trimming work so well as to practically JtlS< 1 ,
:$ remembered scenes, I can see Ell[ GANO aG i f'! Oi r.' y r ENti
destroy the plants. On the
with the .* '& l-
hills-now.clothed AB .rlc *Foremost B rat Cork
J theory that whatever is worth doing is
of the springtime now aflame CotacdU
verdure
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worth doing well the cows are to be
with the glory: of the sad and splendid
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auUimn, now gleaming in the white "The Great European Novelty" commended; Tor' their activity.

'N silence of the winter's snow. I Can H.mt.lV. M.Ho..tt. Hlrpodro

:: see her waving wbeatflelds. billowing .and Doll Clrc.>_ for.Sale. 4 '

f'n the breeze of June; her meadows a i

where in early spring the dandelions Price 50i 75c and $1.00 Big bargain. Five-room bungalow, >

"lell k like golden stars gleam amid the blue- Reserved Seat. at Roberso*'*, with bathroom; good water; lot 64x100 By debar tfilk mtjyom will tmkh 10 gmtjnt what/oat itvntf omJ In a e.> to grasa. I can hear the rustling of her feet Will sell for actual cost of. lot SAVE. YOUFftOAiJO TQJf PER C fff W. ere
comell -uwben the comtopa are and building. '.The_ house is new,;locat., 1 il

p4 4 ripe and the meadows are In bloom",, Don't torget that the price of ft want ed on Bermuda avenue west and Hugfi? 0 E&A; L UMBER cOMPAN')> r t f r

I and time there comes to me the' ,mar ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheap- ey street south.. '''Box'121, .Kisslmmee, 88

mar of her sylvan I streams; like tobeI' : eat investment 701! Ter mad*. *; i r

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Beaman BlKISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
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1" ( r', -6UBSCR1. TION RATES.:
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t''. '" 1 >k..w :'i s'.: >:lliaye': February ::1.6.. ::1.eua I .. hland, D.*!,,id ty be sure your baking

' h"; r :' I II + powder is made from cream '1

' a ; I 'l' ,Vi''' 7 "GIVE, TIME Good News ,
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: d J yS I I \ of tartar and'not from alum.
': .,, I A !I 1 K{ slminis: JpjreaenU the l incongruous We have secured a few 5 and I Will Build Road.
4 f,: 6, .1!"y sp ctacl t.'O a progressive; city, putJI" tracts of the finest fruit I
M : : : lands within half a mile of of County Commissioners
*tJn / street, which i
on
..\: ,:;,: downpayed i limits, which offer at meeting provided for the
, l :. I we can Tho Label will guldo
\ '! :..a: UtusZar tfw the cow are permitted to i low price of $50.00 per I Ii a road from the city limits you ,
ft: :, j'ii',osml.t wilL At'' last reports the simmee is expanding so rapidy : factory at Pinedale. The
, \ t ,ol! the.< streets, because their lands will soon be almost in the street within the .

1,'iJ.f i" ,;.' \\t' ,f ;t it? be made eore. and as there ;!! will asked be today.worth many Do not times go miles the [ probably connect be with taken the up county at the t Royalis the only baking
in
Always bad their way country for small tracts at any I meeting. made from
'i\:1p\ ".: . i..,")It ,is feared the' brick i i:i while you can get such as these powder Royal
CI', t, / ; to ,-LakelandW price. Soon, there "ill be I j Grape Cream of TartarNo
wuIchav. all I : For Marshal i St'
tit'. I opportunities as this as ,
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lands will be gathered up. The I 'unce ray rapriirlMV for the
l time I Ii
doubt dear ,
no Telegram is limited and will soon be : and Tax Collw-tor of the oily I
i will be" removed from then Other lands, little in, and "solicit the support of the
i. !.W.j a nearer city election. Alum No Unto Phosphates
n ) G' Kissimmee. And in the better have recently sold I ARNOLD BASS
time perfectly''hundred dollars per acre and ; .
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t with'mud a prohibitive price. Htf'J:: t ., .
f' '" tent frets.: ..-- '. I 8-tf H. M. BREAKER & | I For Marshal I ck "
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\ : of announcing myself a* I
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Grutcti'Miestrds
Com11t& the office of l Marshal aaA-1.x
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m. --WANTED-A good white girl to city KlMlmmee. elected
1 entire time to the office and '
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Tuesday .
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I IR .housework. Mrs. Kulp
Minstrels re-I to do my full om on alii I
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:' .oburn'a with their I streott p. o. WHITE.
1'tl, I! 'q f... %'"ortoir.of fun; humor and music play- I IHE'S .
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GOING TO GO-The )
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and things moving'
kept pher making 24 small photos, < tQt
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{ the rose on a positions, for 25c, will be in i r.I
r ., { IT bill. fTha Mysterious Hotel" j week. Studio i I
:' : '4 the real'old time darkey acts one son store more, Broadway and over Dak j' I PFANN C. W. UANN. W. A. SMITH, P. K. WEAVER,
f ''' ,-' jfc are not! seen nowadays with : f 2nd Vice-President Cashier Asst. CashierI
.. M f.'em minstrel. troupe. I nue. |
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: .<" .ll'O..tart to 'finish the show last
1, 'j ",IiRbt;: wa foil of fun and humor. The LOST-Gold bar pin, with "E. '
f man" bar.
engraved on
t, --k.it; oDga were good and the jokes new andp'4' Bank of Kissimmee
returned to Mrs. E. O. Tatman. jCOOK'S j
; "J' on a'whole, clever.' Many new faces _. '
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J .; ft; ,.' DII ,new \mcU bare been added re- I STRAIN, thoroughbred I
,' ;!i ,"f \1 ng old 'Ones. and bringing the Gilbert.r Orpington fggg, $1.50 for 15. !:! I Institution of the "New Kissimmee" ,
; J .<0' >. ,.( it' 'pow.t: .a high standard among i I I ;
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msirels that tour toe southern ternt. ,
t. A Ii t .I a Pastime Theatre Monday WE have just platted a block
SAt I ing six of the most desirable i
Front Lots in this city, located i' I
best resident section. Prices
from $650 to $1,600, according |,, ,
cation. If you desire a home I It......
very best portion of our city, !
I T CyJV'P01"56"1'Kht we will take pleasure in '' : i
these lots. H. M. Breaker & I
tt I, r + tT.day was cel" i'I i Wrt..ar,
", i *2d nfha members "
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'' r Ol>*TU-H1 R. hall SIX-ROOM Cottage, large lot !
in block and half of '
;'s s S&Tthe M" E- a postoflice;
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citrus fruit
w young trees
d t III our ; e
rSilJSrB Program
t lights and bath. Price, $ I
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t I''aas Carr i ymn r- '
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NEW Modern '
"I ot' coat be ProudT six.room concrete *'
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y gad "In galow, close to postoffice '
t. .' 0? -toy pding Millered- ness section. Price, $3.000 I '
: imp- g by gibe half of purchase price if
I M. Breaker & Co. """"'""'' .'
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$ ke thfflRPNne of LinschCol -'
'. Y 11 by 1 girls; bene- AGENCY FOR SALE: t a? r '.. 4" .
Gr reasons for selling. I'ennell,
\0\..".... San tee. r= .f:
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Best /I7 'last and left a nice views post cards, all different. i t"
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stamps or silver postpaid. --
Addison Loughman, Fla. 8-]t
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appear next week. FOR SALE} -forty acres high ,\ ,,,, "
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it. son, York and! road. twelve miles from ; i ?" r; + -0' ..
) .1-" tell Ala., Small part deep muck for I ; ; ? jet'k; ,. i- ++ reir'a.a' 'txc.ataa' B.ia ,t
i Ta Briddell rest finest citrus fruit land. 1 .
Co., all at $30 per acre on easy / I

I 1\\ ". ., Phone., \I, 250/\u) .n, ;e completion aupr-// 2HO.will divide. S. S. Souders.- 1 tQt O

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S R'{ J To the Beautiful Kisssimmee Prairie. Over One Hundred and Twenty-Five Actual Landseekers | 1'1

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leftC. ,the following struction.

', 'day There musttomelreason. Our Demonstration

be .. Farm proves w e
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can grow all seml1VOtTREES -

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f l { i NO 'STUMP$- _ :.1 i grapefruit

.' ;'ttl lrsol1 and sub- FINEST CLIMATE

,soil.' Pbotoa br H.IIA PuntarThese ON EARTH

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!! Th I i>lmm66 Valley Gazette ,Dolly-Madison High Shoes for Ladies Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Yowell, of Missouri '. II 'I'e
only ta.60, at Cash Store. 6-tf :? are in the city pending the win 4'r-
TIUEPMO". NO."n. ter with their Ion and daughters Mr. '
butFths e /
Mr. and Mrs.Will Barber have returned C..E. Yowell and the Misses Yowell. .
from a year' stay In the Welt:" 'a '
to
EVERY
'pUBLISHED FRIDAY i inco 'te
Rev. Father Fox wilUhold. short Ash
ML -BTw. Fine field-grown\ .Roses. Miss Jean service _
Wednesday in the Chapelatthe
e.. HA..IS. Caldwell Greenhouse Phone!is6tf home of Mrs.' A. Tress at 12 i Lake "ueni v1j 'e' 1

." -! Mr: and Mrs. C. A. Cole are In the o'clock noon Wednesday, Feb. 21st \and'mort' ; ':

city this week from Lakeland, the We have pleased others; we will ,, ., I.pip. '
'Weather Report guests 'Mayor; Stanford. please you. Ship us oranges and grapefruit i
Peninsular Produce Co., Jack-
If have I
you property you desire to '
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ronville, Fla.
60-tf
sell, see C. Buckels over Kate's store .
.' are He has had fifty-one years-experience of7. the Laymen's attractive features. "" Dour! '
,Following the dally lemperatures in Florida Regular -meeting many Amongthem ,U ,
and knows
and precipitation .. what the people Union at the Methodist church Sunday tee
wan 60-tf afternoon. S.-L. Lupfer will lead. All
reported by the Government men and boys are cordially invited A. .' ,, If ,. I II
Messrs.
Edward y
station at Ki.almmRe for the. delphia Pa., and E.W.T: Leap Pyle, of of Glass-Phila 8. Nelson Chairman.If Immunity i from undesirable ;. I _
week ending Feb: 15, 1912. boro, N. J;, spent a few days in the neighbors.,1 '
choice, and you are particular, s'Jf
.. city this week. ' ,t. 'i'
I r.z .11f., LUll 'phone>'Vill call 186 and for make accuracy estimates and from'yourown dispatch. A resident horticulturist who will either take:charge eI' R'

Friday. . . . 64 36Saturday. . A new. black-striped cream serge order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer property or advise you how to'care for It yourself, <:
suit
.... . 62 42 .21 sold, ordered, then unclaimed will be and Interior Decorator. Box 189. 6-tf .
at a bargain also a silk-
; cream
Sunday.. . . . 59 ,60 ,20 lined marquisette waist Inquire at Miaa Kate'Peters, of Cheraw S. C., c" 4q
Monday . .'. ., 6 43 . Mrs. Pearce.'s. 6tfMr. arrived in the city last Saturday to join INVESTIGATEIT'f ..
Tue.day...... 70 40 . her father, who has been spending sev .
r Lewis O'Bryan, local managerof erul weeks here, stopping with Mrs. >iI' )
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11) f. roneaday 73.65 I the Title Guaranty Co., was called Arnold. \
Thursday , 68 60 . to Columbia, S. C. this week by the '\ '\.>'.
death of Mrs. O'Bryan's father. Ship'your fruits and vegetables a'
-1 Peninsular Produce Co., Jacksonville, Lake Gem Land Comp
Mr. Archibald Fair newspaper representative Fla. Satisfactory sales and prompt amy f ''tail
from Atlanta, Ga., who is turns. /)( ; t
: in town for a few*days, was a caller at J. ,E. Y
:1 T"E LOCAL fiELD. f I the Gazette office on Wednesday. Col. Andrew Johnson, of Sanford. MATTOCKS Pres. &: Manager ; r ;
this week in .
has been In the city again '
Master Clyde Bass b ryI e' his arm the interest of the .Kissimmee Farm KISSIMMEE FLA. Y
LKWKVNti j i Monday noon while playing on the Land, Bond Loan and Investment Co., .. : J 1
%% school grounds. Dr. Rivters gave the which he states will be ready to open .....
necessary medical attention.C. offices here in a short time. .. :' r

... New line of l -cent Ginghams at A. Buckela, over Katz's store, has Messrs. L. J. and G. P. Heckler
Gilbert's. 8-It had fifty-one years experience in Florida hardware men of Pittsburg were in the
S. i I and knows what kind of property city this week. They are enthusiasticover ., ./.
Mr. E. R. Bagby, of Waco, spent people want. If you have any to sell, Kisaimmee as'a result of their I ,
'Tuesday in town. see him; it will pay you. v SOtf visit a,
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Big sale at Kissimmee Furniture Co. 2 ,X911
from Feb. 12 to March 2. .7-2t .

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Woodall,
on Thursday, Feb. 15, a daughter. ,;y I
Goods i
"Seminoles of Florida" revised edi- Spring :".., YY11

tion; $1.26 at Kissimmee Drug Co. 6-tf wk ''

Circuit Judge Perkins was in Kissim- :::::: .+e n'
mee Saturday, his first visit here.

. Don'tfforget the date of our Spring ... 4Cor pl te line open, ready for g si velrk Xiv ';3. 3
Opening Feb. 2O-Katz'. of linens :* *
your inapection-copaiab 1X
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Mr. H. W. Thurman left Monday I. I flaxona, striped voiles,'etc., etc.. ... X i
to
night for a short business trip :
Philadelphia. .t.
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niture Co., from Feb. 12 to March 2.72t. Q) '..
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SHOE DEPARTMENT tR''' t f
Any work done at the Cash Store .,'
Jewelry Shop next door to postomce '

!If fully guaranteed. P. G.'White. 2dMr. 'Beautiful of Pumps, style rightup .. h .'.

R. D. Waring left Wednesday '

ton.night D.for C.a business trip to Washing to the minute for this season OSCEOIAA PHARMkJJL ; 4 ; I .Ii II


\\1..._1 Have you seen our new Spring DRUGS, SUNDRIES, TOILET' ARTICLES, KODAK AND SUPPLIES,, WE LEA ., L1 \ ; ./" "}
materials Prettier than ever.-Katz's. :ZMZZRS.: :
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left on Wednesday for a business tripto I ,
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It's none too early sir to order your.
Easter suit. -Do It now.-Katz's. .- .

Dr. C. L. Hyatt went to Camden S. C. W. DAN N I
C., Sunday, his sister in that city be-. -V.

ing seriously ill. .- --_.

Ed. V. Price materials are for men Broadway, KltfimmeeFOR '
who want good clothes. See them atKatz' Y1
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''!1's;, Pr. J. C. Moore of the Osceola bar- ., 'f '. ." ) .
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I ,' macy, was in Jack onvllleJhis week at o j / .n : :L'Jirt r distriot ,
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state. :
SALE AT A BARGAIN & sew' le"oIW'atto r ,
Nice line of Laces and Embroideriesjust >>> 41.trlo woW tl.. r' rt't.r.dd
arrived at A. S. Gilbert's H-lt of April, A.D. 191'. lo 9 ',. r dy
15,000 ACRESFinest I 81E! ) [ .d 1 tbor> by from the MOh Dwnoerallo.1!otmtfon rc,
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Judge; Parker and Mrs. Parker were I .. : :(.,
in Orlando Monday, in attendance upon rro rravh e ataH' lwt- t 4 r.' 'y.. i
Mrs. Parker's mother who was s'rl-I! t Lund in thc Kittsimincc Valley For. .tut std control by Uw lemet In teen : ,,'k. Nr


ously You ill./can pet anything you want Inl j COLONIZATIONThis I 1 '\\JIJr[!! *- 1YOmin.a not this "InoondiMDl for" =Consrws., with* -..j.t......1.1' t C '

Urygoods and Shoes at A. S. Gilbert's.Mr. 'j tract comprises most of Township 29, Range 31, and lies along the rations noont, loS rapre..|.'BUt tn*. .., J.he J.
It!t United SUIM Iron '
and Mrs. W. P. Turner, of Sharon EAST SHORE OF LAKE KISSIMMEEThis *oir ,me a candid*!*lor
Conn., arrived in Kissimnn'e lustweek ,OFT election, br wee ;
and will remain for some time. large body of water affords the water protection against frost thatis \I t C! mmlttee.. ..1.1Ima.dID" .

ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to the successful production of citrus ".it Ifmroh. A florwla. O. IV1[s o
March 9th i is the last day on whichypu fruits and early vegetables. Every person familiar with Florida knows this. equlred br Ul41dnM .of .M . .
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can pay your poll tax in orde- to which ILlMoaDd r
vote at the primaries. Today is the The situation is Ideal, being only two hours by automobile from Kismmrnpe shall be aGo 1
best to it. and also| directly on the water route between Kissimmee and the Ired and seventy
day pay I to 'a def"' jot -
Kissimmee River and lower Osceola County, where lands are rapidly 1 Eb1 Bprimary.10oiioa.mbarvblD ". .. ." .', 'd'
Miss Elizabeth Bryan Carson, of Kissimmi being sold at three times what I ask,for this. .... os the .. W ,
Is the college. She hall not be nqolrvd I 'I"' N '
visiting in
c. Call on or write to p1 hall make their, .j l
taught u. this school two years, and she She ballot to the rV, '
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always receives a hearty welcome) ... '
whenever she visits Lake City.Columbia Gray8tone Hotel Kissimmee Florida j 1 wlll'e.n'r :: nr

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\'. WAS ijou to pay. your railroad fare. Here is how 1 am goH C Announce their Spring Opening

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... 4 hundred acres of Rich Muck Land at Peghorn Junction and
I ''r to 'more, I guarantee that 1 will charge you no more for I. I Southport Canal to be subdivided into a number of small farms having on
for the Houses, Barns, Fenced and ditched, suitable
any of my competitors would charge you for tenants. This land is
Jirty. It matters not if you are already here; if you came : ,t" : splendidly tos, Cow Peas adapted, etc.Wealth.to raising Rice Hay, Sngac: Cane, Peanuts, Sweet 1'ota-
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ytier r I have for sale at all times, anything in the way I.. M' .sWear' .. I in PeanutsWonderful
1 1V' I "( lQ e estate that you could possibly wish and at the lowest I
j sa and pn the easiest terms. Just at present I have ,. .
t re'bargains that I am offering. If you want one, you had : profit in Peanut Culture on suitable ground. As high as t
' ' r get buy at once. : 200 and 30U bushels can be raisodto the acre. The wholesale price is $1.30
bushel. The retail
per price is $1.50 per bushel Consequently at this rate
we would realize the following sum from 100 acres: 200 bushels
1 V T'1 Plf teen acres just outside the city limits, splendid quality of I by $1.30 per bushel equals $260.00 per acre, multiplied by 100. acres multiplied equals
r j i,;*Y*."', .7"land' high and dry good five room house, good deep well, new t 26000.00! the gross proceeds from 100 acres planted in peanuts.
'.tog'Wir*leric'e around ten acres, some three or four acres cleared. Price :

r' i e I45.PQ J"H pir acre.' The naked land is cheap at the pririJ It Big Money in Raising Rice Hay

'Ay > 'An exactcounterpart of No. 1, and lying immediately along : Hay in Florida sells from $20.00 to $38.00 per ton. ,
: 1 ; y **' Vlids of it, except No. 2 has a four-room house and good surface More than 3 tons of upland Rice Hay can be raised
vIrel :,prIC! MO.OO atre. q' per acre on Mack
per : : Land and also 2 crops per year.
.oTwo' beautiful five-acre tracts, just outside city limits, on fine At the low price of $20.00 per ton on100 acres we would have the fol.
t i ',, j*>ard road. Good close neighbors. Price $300.00 per five-acre : J: lowing estimate: Three tons per acre, two crops per year, at $20.00 per
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+3riF'-'ti _!:Ten acres'land, just outaidej city limits, overlooking the lake, Our line of Tailoring Materials V Z
fl'M I;' .'i$nd close to the new canning factory. Land in the immediate t from Ed V. Price & Co.,' Chicago, .
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l ; ,. t. V VI > i *'.- Joni mile ot beautiful lake front, fine land for fruit growing and 2 Spring Suit now and have it ready SUGAR CANE
'i ;ieitt farming. Land immediately adjoining-'this recently sold for$12.50 for Easter, which conies April 7 AMAZING PROFIT in raising Sugar Cane. Good rich muck land
' ,'pf; Crev, .TbU would'make a dandy little colonization proposition. Only t his ? duces 60 cents u to high 75 as cents 40 tons gallon.to 60 tons Wholesales per acre. Sugar cane syrup retail pro at
year per
,r iLtbreV oiilef from two railroad stations. Price $6.60 per acre. .' gallon. If one ton of cane produce. 23 gallons at of 45 cents, to 60 cents per
syrup on 100
I. the above price per gallon we would have the following! acres at
: multiplied by 23 gallons equals $414.00 figures: 40 tons
from Missouri multiplied by 100 acrea multipliedASTOUNDING per acre,
V. $ -are, .. NN..N 'eeeeeeee .eesee approximate GROSS PROCEEDS PER YEAR OFF SUM 100 ACRES OF $41.40000 the
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IF YOU UfANT TO KNOW ABOUT well equipped with teama, etc., and financially able to raising hay who,are
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!L" SECRETARY OF and ditch I it build houses and abed barns for number of good .
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;"V THE BOARD a crop. would also prorjde a Cane Mill for
rw Kzssimmeej OF TRADE cane for syrup., In the above... I would rent for third of the grinding crop the

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Rough and Dressed Lumber : :-early next morning everythingwas ,

astir the sergeant's. The men, Grocery Bills Bills Bills '
Clothing Docior8. ; 'and,
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SHINGLES, ,LATH BRICK'LIMEgt lipped out .of bed, followed by his ', i"'l' ,..

,- Wife. Together they knelt: In silent .RENTTheres the big 'Hem, Every month a large; percentage- of your', .,' '

NOVE.LTVVV'o.RKSGENERAL prayer by the bedside. Next Willie' earnings are invested in RENT RECEIPTS. Liitld pieces of paper absolutely . w,' I

: voice was heard: valueless, except as a constant reminder that YOU SHOULD OWN YOUR

"Now I wake and .see the light.Til OWN HOME. ''
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BUILDING MATERIAL ,God who kept me rough the .

night; \ WE WILL BUILD YOU A ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR OR FIVE THOUS '

Free To Him I. lift my heart and pt y AND DOLLAR HOME, AND YOU PAY $8.30 PER THOUSAND. PER '
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j That he would keep me through the MONTH, WITH boo INTEREST PER ANNUM, PAYABLE MONTHLY. '\ '

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And should I die before 'tis done. *.* 'Tabulated Illustration of f a $1,000() Loan Made on"

O Lord, receive me through Thy Son! "

1 Nellie was now stirring. She hastened Contracts that lore from Six to Twelve Months Old \_ ; ,'

to her mother and said "Mama "
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tell me ; and as her mother framed a ,

4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST .4 few easy petitions, she repeated after : Amount deposited as dues .. . . . . . . $73.00: .. r

her Amount deducted for expenses . . .. . 18.00 y.
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as Thou hast graciously done throughthe I Amount of loan made by the Company . . . . .$1,000.00 '

"-. night. Help us all to'love Thee, Amount of advance credit on loan . . . . . 54.00' '

and to do Thy will and save\ipjn) heaven , -

for Jesus' sake/ Amen." i Balance due Co., payable, as per following table $ 946.00 .
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COAST The children wel-e busy helping their I I 4 :

mother about trie kitchen when the B."nce due on loan Interest 5 per cent Principal yearly It I Yearly foul prlncl- Monthly total pAed n '
Years each y.ar on y.orll' balance, I SS.o per month I pal and .nl.ro.l: pal mud Intoro.t Jjtat SiI
loud squealing of the hog that was tobe ,

"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited""South butchered aroused their' attention. 51)46.00 547.0 $996. 5469e' $re.e4 rr' 'ima
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bar, Hh -mother urged him' to remain 5th H7.60 '7,1 99 60 126 gl io.3 S ,,
441.00 .240' 9,60 ....co 10.', ,
also. Willie disliked to give up a sight tJ: 31610 74. S6. .'7.00 a7. rr

Route"v that was not> often seen at their home. -- th i4920. .;744: I 99 tniu 60 rSM4 5,7055 ''::4X + :a i

J'- lie agreed, however, to please his sls- X Months 49.60 .41 ,I w 6'> 5..rl tt 61 1 l r.,,

Through Pullman Can from Chicago, St. Low, Cincinnati Indianapolis, Grand tee whom he loved dearly and con- I I "
sented to with her to look after the 9% yean I To'.1' Int. h4S.go Pinc. 194600 ""9490 Total Prlocl".1 l and In" [
Rapid, dereknd, Louisville, N..hTilJe.Atluta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. go 1 I
cub. Whet was her dismay when she it ( d

DINING CAR SERVICE found the cover of the box displaced NOTE THE TOTALS. '

slightly and the cub gone. If your payments on a 1000.00 loan were equated it would be $16.48 per month. 4
For further information call on or write to "Ohl! mama," she said, as she ran to ''
W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent, Kisslrhmee. Fla., With a saving of ao cents a day you can meet the contract requirements. Je,., till
her mother, "its got away and gone I : With a saving of. 35 cents a day you can pay back a 1000.00 loan # r

J. G. KIKKLAND Division Passenger Agent Her mother soothed her as .only a ,
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Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate of interest on note or mortgage elsewhere. ? w +
Tampa. Florida_ mother can, and said: "My darling,it 1
The loan with accrued interest may be paid in full or in part at any time, thus stopping r. +
Is better so. You would not have liked '
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mooooooo AIOOOOQOOOCJO(aooooooooooQ think could have kept it. Think We allow 4 per cent interest on t"e monthly advance deoo its, after the third month? :' w
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! a A. CARSON J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER. about out in the woods and We help you save your money heln you make more out of your money than you can make : ' ;
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Preeldent. Vlee-Prealdent. Secretary your yourself, and loan you money at a lower rate and nn better terms than you can get else' i i
often with nothing to eat, and we waiting t
Mr. where. We are a "HOME" company and will appreciate your business. "l +
food on what our old friend '
WRITE FOR FULL DETAILED INFORMATION. ., ,t 1' a
Tones, called a 'varmint, and try to .I

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. say 'Thy will be done'. ,

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father with a smile when he came back ?
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! a Rough and Dressed a gone; but I don't care." HOME OFFICE THIRD FLOOR CURRY BUILDING PHONE 982'I" I .
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PINE LUMBER "The little bear papa," she replied ,., b ir'ssr + : '/
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.. she asked. your knives, boys and go to work.'' An OrdinanceAn CAll. -for.DemocrattQCoggreisiona ''t JL 1 1Primary.

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HOUSE BILLS they
"Yes dear I reckon so," her father Ordinance PJ'o.ldIDf far the Pa7DIe'" oi -rirr
During the day the remaining: ; bogs Interest on Paring Kotea,Nun.berad To'the Democratic Votara of the Second. Cda"
answered Reapocilvelr One. Two Three, Four rreaalonal Diatrlot of r lor id*. ,
were conveyed in a cart to the nearest and Fire, and for th. Redemption of lia..el| The Campaign Committee ot th.Democratic
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and deft fingers had prepared some point on slough and taken by and DeBnlng Their DuLl_ __ trial of the State of Florid hereby fires no ) }'r

Jones' cabin and pat intoa: secure: Be Ordained\>y the C0' OcU of the City ofKiaalmmee tic*:: follow*: ; fort '. ..' .
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: ch lce. parts to be fried for break : ". 'A primary election' ..nomination, W "
Pen. The men returned to'the sergeant' of a Democratic candidate for Oongre from '.;',
.. fast. All had a hearty meal, and then Section. I/ It Shall. be the duty ol" the Council said dlitrlot to the Sixty-third Congress of the '.; y ',
. and loaded up and started for to provide annually for the payment of the In. . r
the hog Was cut iiito pieces and arrangements United Hlatea: will b* hld on th* 8OtI1 day of : N
tereat of the five promissory 0 note atrlad '. ,
Snow's Island where Gen. Marion was APrIl, A. D. ll1la. 1
SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIESWe were made to'share- it ut.. I "Htreet faring Notea." numbered re4peetirely mod Should there b* a failure In th*" +J. _
? encamped, at which place they arrived One,Two, Three, Four and Five; ana far the lection for the nomination of a Democratic \ c
'can supply you for,immediate shipment "Let me be commissary. laid Jones."All. and raD of a sinking lund for the,redemption candidate for Congreal from th* rid district : '
safely delivered the meat in good ...
to the Sixty-third: C POTATOES BEANS GARDEN AND FIELD PEAS right, commissary, the ser condition. Sec. t. Immediately upon the laanance of State, a second primary will be held on. thMb .{ olr: ,
grant replied. "It's your meat andy said Street Paving Noiea the Council ahall appoint dy of ,,Jill.. \ .' : j
Most complete line of Poultry Supplies, Garden (My story ends here. "I tell the taleas by resolution to be recorded in the minuten Third. An election of a new Democratic '1 'I
must seirv it out as you please. ,a committee of three peraona, Who shall Congreaatonal Committee fey said I.triot will !$
Seeds in
and Field Florida. .. i in it was telled to me" by Nellie'sgranddaughter be freeholdera of tbe city, and be .')>4d Trua- b* held on tbe Wth day of April. A.D. IBlt toba '
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED 6ATALOQUE "Well then: L{ t> for cutting it Mrs. Wells.) tees of Street Paving notea," who shall each composed of one member from MObm,. '
208 E. I. half and giving youf" 'mily half. give bond running (o the mayor of the city, In said,dlatrlct to b* Delllooratlo."i. '. _, ,
Tilt Ildll' SI" -- ---- with lufflolent auretlei In the sum ol Five Hun of r'eepecJrely. "
MARTIN & COMPANY IrllE voter each county '' pfd. @
HIUII II till SIIIt. E A. JAc "$ ,ffU.. j "No no said theergeant,, "1'11 dred Dolla... conditioned that the aald Trna- Fourth The rule governing. the att"rL frrlroary ?> G -
Ices shall faithfully' discharge the rust confided election, ,
the Demo.
NO APOLOGY NEEDED > a promulgated by j
not consent to that arrangement. to them and shall pay over and duly. ..,. oratio State Committee, ahall control ta they n. 't 1. a
"Well, how then?" the Vommissary 1( aunt for.iI sums of moDel th.t may come primary. election of a nomine) for Congrea '
-- Into their hinds by such truatHec where applicable and not tnoonilitent & fi' 1" t.pedalo
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.. asked. "You are my superior, officer, 8. All funds nollnoted to pay said inter requirement of thla com ro It tee. '

................................................................... and your orders will be obeyed; Pennsylvania Man Is Satisfied With by eat the and raarahal for sold and Kinking tax fund collector nhall beoald to the over laid, nee Ylft. .ary Any legal white qnallOratlona Democrat for poeaeaaln represent*.the t ; '

"Well first of all, I'm for sending a Morida's Worst Weather.Mr. 'i"m: and .the Bald Truatewi, shall pay out u.. liTthe Congreaa of the United State from r
WHAT IT MEANS14 ; of received the
i i ao Interest on saidstreet said drfttriot, may becom.tmdldate for lbs
quarter to the general's megs. It's J. li. Martin of Steelton Pa. paring not..... and ahall Invest the real nomination in said primary lectlon, by BUng t +
i Many people do not know what a Batli' Oiplial) I" for. or the difference between = due In .good aectirltlee, to bo held aaau accumulatiug with the chairman' of this committee. vlx.llion. ". : 6
= aTiank of little or no <..|Ual and one with a 'large onpltal = sorry pickings where they are; and teat arrived at the Graystone last Fridayand fund for the redemption of.aaid not.. Q. L. Baltaell, at Fernandlna, Florida, on k1'
i fat Lieutenant Porgy needs as much aA, Bee 4, 1 u cue, of removal for oenae. of tea. or before the hut day of March, A. D. 1819. a, I IS
= A HANK CAPITAL AM 8UKPL18rnnd = will spend a month in Kissimmee.Mr. lunation' or death of any of said Iruateea the written itatement. aa required." Uw,of nilpuruoae ,
; fie that protects. flu dtpo Honi from loan. therefore the larger it lithe .. any,two of our sandlappers" said the Martin is connected with the Pennsylvania Counoll shall All the vacancy to be anon candidate, which unto '
greater protection the dcponll. b.'e 1 his ben k h.. a .: All ordluauoia, or paru thereof conflict moot ahall signed by him and ahall be as "" d

i Capital of .. . .. .'- ... . .. ..''\\0.000 011 sergeant. : Steel Company and decided to herewith be and the same are hereby repealed companled\ with Three Hundredand Seventy- ? ,
: fond of .. ,,,,.. .. 27./100/ 00 i "Good" said CommJajBary Jones W. B MAal""" ". five Dollar* aa an aaaenament tot aid 1I la defcay* _
Surplus . , ; speiid a vacation in sunny Florida. He President of Council. Ingexpenaea of holding old primary election.'J '<: ,-
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"but know I need little let Attest; J. R (OII.KBHT Sixth. Candidates for membenblD '
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C 4- you very ; called' at the Valfey Gazette office Sat- oa tII., ;; t '
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A total of" the quarter go out of my half. urday to secure a copy of the maga- Approved this nth day of January A. I>. 1D12. to pay any ......men.. and shall oaks their r t'
i mans. that we muat own l 112\.OUO.OII before our depoannra could loss a "That is hardly fair to ," the 1 II!, CLAY; HTANroHU application for place on tb* ballot to-th* reapectlve -.') _' S,
sent Tlila 'protection. Is for_1'11( r, . you sergeant zine number to send to his home. The :!ort Mayor of the City of Klaalmmee. county oommittee. .. .
replied. "The boys who helped Gazette representative to whom he Seventh Thla committee will c.o"... tbeNreturni r4 1'
BANK OF KISSIMMEE of Cools election and declare the reault. 1!(
STATE Application to Sell Real Estate.
you with the boats .must not be over
talked .offered an apology for the un- and will In due aeaaon Issue inatrootioaa ana uy,
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darkness Court of County Judge State of FloridaIn
FLO/'aIO/.,. usual d and wetness of the weather Ordered and done under and by virtu*of' t '
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ttllirlMMat. will be re Estate of Vernon hhlvor, Paul Shiver and the under 'ft;. ,. r f
"They nit forgotten said b'ut Mr. Martin said no apologywas Ibnd.llihlv power glvn ua th\law and rule of
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M. I F.K N B. CARSON .. the committee tbla:2Mb day oyyy.auary,154 l r
C. A. CARSON:-; Ji.HV Commissary Jones "nor these Notice la given to all whom It
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..................................................... ............! fellows who are with us. They must hovering, around zero when he left Vernon Shiver, I'aollohl..er and l.n.1 Shiver '. <.OIIK. < "m. 2nd i ong. Dtet. of Florid ; t
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each take a good\ piece to their folks. and he I ; : day February Atte.l: Ja-an Duan Secretary. e..tac '
Pennsylvania, was .delighted D 1UU apply to the Honorable Ueo Parlor, n .
== =- "Now.'dftn't you'see that divide as with the conditions here count juilKe In and for said, pounty. at hla office .
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you first proposed would leave you' a' day or two the sun was hidden.He o'clock a. m., or aa aoon thereafter, the nat rIp "*"*-' ;,,
_. -.- -- RUHMYMSDH nothing?" said the sergeant. "Let me' ter can be heard, for authority to aell at pri w ': .,#J ,.'
( will probably take a number of r'a. the undivided one-quarter I Intereat Court of the County Judge Rut of Florid" *. .;iy ,
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: aaasym.de.Florid. be assistant: commissary and we will on the lake and river before he undivided two alxtha Intereat of earn of In re estate or Martha' A. Trills$too' d_, '.. '
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trip an to the following dfwcribed ed Oaceola '
I T. Up-to-dstebeautifully located get it in better shape, I think." returns to his Northern home: real. estate, in said county, to-wlt. Tbe ... .Notice la bareb r Senn. to all whom it ton . ,f ,
Artesian Water, Tennis and Crouet "With all my heart," said Jones. half of the northwest quarter of Section No D 2 Inih.lL, ob the lOthdar of A. Dot" 1 '" \\'Mo.; 4
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..' -- Ti ownablp No 2ft! south of Range 81 east .1 : ap..l ly to the Hooorable'Aeo. F/ J.P.rker .\' ;
hlM Yle '\\I''''' n Grounds. Rood hunting; fish. "Go ahead." Which application will Bo. baaed sold Court, a Jndn of po *". r.Y: "y .1
"" k .iff and boating. A fimt-clas for Final Discharge. J>f'tJ'lon for ouch aale now on file In..tr''u... bate, for a flasi dl.aoh.l'IJ. ae .xeouiot of the., .ti;4 j"; ;..,'ef i --
? modern country hotel "Well there's George Moore, who is Application l>ated January lAh.: A. I). 11112. eaateof M.rtbsA.Tur torbd.eersdmn4 "l-' .". :,_ ,
.... AML .a. overlooking| retained by the In i ourt of the County Judge State of Florida LYDIA J. UODBOI.D. that at lbe roe hN I will Dreeaa$ my .nas '.....'ji, "' '
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East Lake. Good ''l.
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good cooking and beds. Table) scout. His family, mostly girls, must I fa m.. decoaned. .ppro... .+... ;.G' .
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In this division. And Jim Even that J6th Order For Publication.In .
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+ to $6> per week and showebath WI aball\ apply to the Honorable dr. 4601..0/1..0'' t' '
c as good fighter handled Circuit Court State of Florida, .ca.CII_. :
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Included. f-aiAar. Judeo of aald Oourt., aa JudceOTPro.be.v Circuit "
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broadsword laid a blow he >. fora noal ... admlnwtrmtorofthel I Judicial Oeeeol county; ,. I. I 'I" : 'tv r
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WM. G, KRAPE Manager ....te of L. ii I Nfllie. deevaaed. ; indt Lwrenoe u. Application for Letters of .Adminsr::, ;r ,

yf Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD, FLA. from one of those bloody lories whenhe 0. the Same time I will., preaent my and, A. Heard and BarlowComplaiiant John Q. Heard, JJefea, ta.
1-tf rtas attacked by two of them and Sf' .nta a* administrator of said estate, and It appearing by affidavit appended' to the "bill 10 the court ..' + 'rth.; L
U for their approral.ited flied in the above-atated canoe that Isadora A. i o.c jJae 00ia.1Y' I. ... ......., ,.; \ +
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..- had no help; a piece of Rood meat Oct.A.26 fc.A.: DROUGHT.D 1911. Administrator Heard and John Q. Heard the defendant Eatate: Specie A.Over.tr.etr n-eMa4.o.o.i -K i.' .- >.1 l': ,' --r +
would him therein nansedar. 000-T gkleuu of' the. state : 080" OOllD' ', .. u pJ 1r
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TAILORINGthat overheageoftw.u.oo.j ars;11 l? tkeren Dia'tourt for letter*of aulmliLeeaaMvt . '
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got an hard time Wkitloe li hereby given, to all whom It nay MaioaVtVIX A. 1)':. an-abd. wl.. tb .lndred U14f/111od..niOi.. ;:
buy "ready-mades." of course, but they're not taking care of Joe's motherless children ..n urn that on the lat day of arch A'D, oberwla the al"' alone of rid?bill will te i wed 4--.1 10 be sad appear b.hr,this y" d9r'y'
can le aball 10"' .Honorable Geo, fr.Pas taken aa eoafeaamfby said defendant -..on or betor*theVZad 407 of ......... oL Jj;:>s 7r' . +
made for you and they show It Sorin.r samples now and no one to.help her; let's send kw 1ada9 ot old Coon, at* Judge of Probatefor Ilihed It I I. further ordered that this' order be pub I I'124 wadi! ate objantloai*. If any tbeytiv' *.to* "r2t"
onee a week for four ; :
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flnal dt.ebarg. Adminletrator ''aatbac.or.adaiaf..UoD
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arrivin. Oome in and sep them. them a-gobdlJieee.* As for folk' J r that In the KiaaimBee Valteyuaae.... a .... Jd ear,' v, '- .
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( my .. < Temple A. Mlaz.d.es a.d: and at I ... .-paper. a *th*aaja* will'* '* I
>*time I will Present my fUal pobllahed said County and Ware; to aald E. L. O.Ovvntr***o* I o&er " .
they are not aooovnt BOMW i.
TRUMPELLER suffering; leave them the te .. : Thla January Mh.UlaV. . ., ... . } _"
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,Wlllson's' Real Estate Office Building: for D! NA":A...'IiftxAaab EuiaBaWM: loxno Clerk Circuit Court. : eooaty fomaatkl. this th.11UI..7 of awwry.' 1, '1 r" ,,'
the assistant commis.aryl" -1'1; Deputy: Clark. AoD.191J al : ,., .''J(8eaI \
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.': 1 ; The Valley QatsetU''' has fr.qnently .' pen sing with an Unsightly portion :.of park, a site for the city hall, a beauty suggestion of bitterness as are com-
:'; tI't'\ f occasion which is visited which all people would be glad\ bined In the pomelo,, Even when 'the
i Y" :. taken to emphasize the importance ;;.._.::r...._ .. .".,.-- the patfof our city by' spot our named Shad, ,
\ ;: of utilizing the lake front, every stranger to Kissimmee, converting to show our visitors,''and would give a old English'leaca t.aln, .-,

i which stretches for two miles along the ', ,, .this tract of' Land Into beauty. .magnifient city dock, for the use of all dock, (or Chaddock; Shaddoc and
J ;i' u q.r; ri 'city, and which at present I is unattra&: \ ,, spot, covered with- grass and flowers. sorts of vessels. This .Improvement U Chadec<< ) brought, from the Orient to

k J r tlve and not by any mean as. useful as \ 4 Respectfully submitted, tbe next'' undertaking: .for Klssimmfle; the West Indies,.a first cousin of the'V

', ., ought, to be. A. few? months ago Hi M. Breaker; and will prove Jo ,be one .of .it'greatest ."'i grapefruit'to reinforce its reputation .

t' Messrs. Ludlam and MacDonough': There is every reason to believe that l.. :It took time and fashion's decree, ,to -

,architects and builders, of this city the 'work will commenced\ soon. -

'" conceived: the idea of reclaiming' this ,i UL---1 Ludlam and MtDonough: are about toG, . .
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1' waterfront, and making." of it o"ne of I t begin the building of a second dredge, ,,,",. ..:.....",,," (,,, .. 'fI .
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V I ,the beautiful parts of the citv. They four times as large as the present one. : J" ,",,T. ''" .I

'' a. drew up plans- of 'the proposed work, r. The two'will take care of the entire 1 ,, .,...I'./.',.
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dream, they purchased several acres of years. It is bound to come. Most of i '
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a land alongside the Sugai* Belt railroad, I the property owners are enthusiastic

s I '!; and began preliminary work, preparatory about it, and: the city cannot afford to
t to filling In the lowlands. let the opportunity pass. The work F ?kt

'V They built part of a sea wall which will pay for itself in the value of the

will ultimately form the lake front of land reclaimed, and Kissimmee will '

1 d .1?-- -Cape Breeze, as they named their land. I have a lake front that will be a "thingof ..

} I Their next step was to begin the building II beauty and .a joy forever." Fol-

. ,I;: of a dredge. Their plan is to male I lowing isNa brief outline of the plans of
fl ; *! t of Cape Breeze a high class residence j Ludlam and ItfacDonough.
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.'i. J( .M1 II sub-division. To one who .raw the low- I!I The Sea Watt at Cap Br.. *. II The city has} a lake frontage of about
. ;, '' t C' lying, marshy land some months ago 600( feet. The plan Brevities for a seawall
f I f the idea might might well have I this
appeared r along' frontage, and a con-
' I I \/ ridiculous. These young men the dream of these young men who I park purposes, will in the near future I crete dock at the foot of Ruby avenue, I 1
L1 I f, felt, however, that it could be done, 1 had faith in themselves and in Kis- ,, be almost not entirely out of the built with two levels. From the seawall 'II The Intak Pip. of.t tbf Dttdg. .

)i $ and they have been putting .their I simmee. This city owes them much question. May I suggest that a com- to high: water mark, is an average

r \ f.l'. money their time their best thought; I for pointing the way to this openingfor mittee be appointed from this) body to distance of 700 feet, the average depthof 'I What t the T.-U. Thinks ( give them tne assured position they
'4i!! trielc faith, into the enterprise, in spite city betterment. There is much secure data..as to the cost, and if advis- the required fill being 3 feet. No detailed now occupy in high society with many
4 :< t.1. of the jeers of the incredulous, and the more to bedone, and the Valley Gazetteis able that steps be taken to improve the estimate has been made, but the "Th'e street committee. in connection I Isuffered and diverse in spellings.like strain.The pomelo It has ..
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:<'," croaking. of the doubtful. They are glad t.hat.the city council is takingthe land owned the with Ludlam & Macbunough, has been
i by city, fronting the approximate costof building the sea wall, I pommelnose, pommelos, pummello, and
s,. '/ :J; /. beginning _now to see their dream matter up. The plan of Ludlam lake east cf the electric light plant, the concrete dock, and filling .to the authorized tp take up the matter of then simplified to pomelo. To the
t \, coming true, and they are also seeing, MacUonough Included area wall and the which can be reclaimed and utilized fora required level will be $7000. There will improving the portion of the lakefront French the fruit is known as pompp-)
't cue of the whole lake front the I belonging to the city, building a sea mouse a prappe. And. as the world
i as is always the their former doubters reclaiming dock and park purposes, as well as be reclaimed from what is now useless V
it is the immense
,f1 f V becoming enthusiastic.The building a railroad dock; and of a providing an ideal locationfor: a city marsh land, about six acres. At the wall and dock and providing" a place fora clusters knows, in which the pomejp grapelike grows
dredge built by Messrs. Ludlam concrete city dock. The owners city park and city hall, says the which gave the name grapefruit, commonly

,_ MacDonough was to some degree, at 'of two ot the frontages between Cape Kissimmee Valley Gazette. This ap- accepted as correct throughoutthe .
( ,, least, an experiment It was first tried Breeze and the city dock, Messrs. -' -, -- ,,..-, '- '-- pears to be a large and attractive pro- l English speaking races.
;. Makinson have i- ,'. ) for the committee and men In a recent issue of Table Talk, Mr.
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' / a measure successful. A little later I II their intention of undertaking the : :. :'. mentioned and suggests the idea that 1 and recognized authority on the
4 I i Mr. William Knight, an expert dredge work. The A. C. L. has not yet. .., .,, : \" Kissimmee is going ahead with other subject says:

1,, c, man, was engaged take charge of Capt. H. M. Breaker, at the last things than plain business propositions. I, "The grapefruit must be perfectly
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a. ; the work.. He made. a number of I meeting of the city presented the following '.,, :'00. Making the city beautiful and pleasantfor to the 'liver and a protector to
} changes, and now declares that while I II anty' the council directed the '. the people who live there will be the system in its effects upon the

"... there are some larger,, there fs not a I street committee to investigate the | found just important and pro- blood since it is "anti-sorbutic." The
.. better dredge in Florida. His assertion I matter therein presented: ductive of good results as the en- membrane and rind are considered of "

seems well founded for on Friday and Kissimmee, Fla. Feb.' 6th, 1912. couragement of new industries and value in possessing of : a bitter principle
i i II partaking the character chincona,
Saturday of last week and Monday of I Chairman and Gentleman of more er.terprlses.-Times-Union. i which principle is contained in the
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1' this week, nearly 5000 yards of sand and the City Council. I marmalade made from It when not
dirt was pumped from the lake bottom In view of the fact that Kissimmee. FLORIDATGRAPEFRUIT soaked but and poured away. In the
uncooked fruit Its best value and most
and within the seawall. It is I I Is devoid of of description I
; deposited a public park any ,
t delicious flavor are secured when it
A r' } estimated that with the present dredge I I desire to recommend that )j I Where It tame from and the Pop has hung upon the trees until at least
f i i the very extensive territory in Cape I It the city council take steps at an early I's'Th. March. And Floridians think it improved -
.1, Breeze which needs reclaiming will be I II date to provide suitable grounds for at astMri ..dt I ularity Attained with each day which April

4 I I : filled, the sea wall completed, the I least one small park. I I Dn"I,.. I Research proves that the Spaniards ciate adds. this Northerners fact and pften thus do fail not to demandit appre-

like'front deepened to several feet atJow Almost every city either has or contemplates brought the grapefruit or pomelo to at its proper season. Giving high
.t , h water, and Cape Breeze will be I acquiring grounds for park Florida with the Seville orange and the prices for the earlyones, by this mis-

V .; I '4 (' ready to receive the handsome home I purposes, Kissimmee should be no exception hall and police buildings, at no' great very lowest possible estimate this land lime when they sought here the taken judgment, they get it green Instead -

t'q, !F of the people who( have ) bought there I to the rule. With the presentrapidly cost to the city, by building a sea wall would be worth to the city $1000 per Fountain of Youth. Americans are too just when of fully it would matured do the in the most spring good

within 8 months. I rising realty values the securingof around the property and making the acre. At present it is worth nothing.The fond of sweets to impetously embraceeven to winter clogged: systems. -Gainesville -
,. This is the culumination of a part of a large tract of land close in, for necessary fill, at the same time dis- si?: acres would give a splendid city such delightful toned tartness and I Sun.

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and sewer system; an up-to-date electric plant, paved streets, a motors-truck fire apparatu- -"& .."- ,?.-,n'y other things we have neededin

the past; we are proud of our Mayor because'he has given so much help in obt.! ---g these things; we are proud of our County

.. : V9 ; } Commissioners because we know that their work in building our High School, -.roving' our roads in giving us a perfectly equipped '
i '' jail, and in everything else under their supervision has been most practicr incl, economical; we are proud of Harris, because her
a' I ' -" has done so much to let the World .know that Kissimmee is getting ahead .of iV other inland city in Florida; and we are all proud'of

r r } each other-just because. There are two other things that Lw.nm.& MacDonoujjh: Company are proud of-
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1 I We are erecting the most handsome'buildings Mr. Willson's is not far enough along to be /e :are helping to make the lake front what Kissimmee;and there is hardly a spot anywhere .

tl i in the city, and everyone who has seen the Mei- photographed.like better, We and hardly would know be afraid ourselves to say whichwe so if ;' should be"; and that is a fact that is of the that is a more pleasant] home'place.. It i is con-

V', a yl ,' keljohn house, which we designed and erected we did, because we designed. and are building greatest importrnce to Kls immee's future venient to the railway station, the school, the
Y r r V on Paradise Island, is enthusiastic in declaring both.M. greatness.For churches and the business center of the city
'' d' i it the most beautiful residence in Osceola Coun- Katz has a handsome brick building o- several months we have worked to demonstrate yet enough apart to be a quiet, secluded section.

Nj 2 ;N; ty. It is a one-story stucco house with red tile one never of satisfied the best with business anything corners because, but M.it is Katz'8 hI d* 'to everyone that the immense plan'lhat The City Council has begun( the work of laying

roof, built in Spanish Mission style, and is built some and M. Katz came to us to devise ,me- we projected was not only practicable, but thatit water pipes; we ourselves lay all the curbs and
xr ere:.. ;y yl for stability and comfort. thing exceptional l in store fronts. We hav doneit was our earnest intention to prove our sincer- sidewalks, and there are two homes now under

'' + Our alterations to the county jail won the ap- ,, and Kissimmee folks may expect tree"n, that M.: ity by doing the things we planned, instead of construction.
Katz have show windows fight .
some s- merely talking about them: At present the lots- west of Naiad Lane
loudly
proval of the County Commissioners, and Sheriff .- will be a credit to Broadway-not onl- KIssim- are
} Prevatt is happy in the knowledge that the. mee's Broadway, but'ayy ...ther The magnificent 'lake that has washed the ready in process for building of filling.purposes. while those east are I '
F 4 i jail is secure and complete in its equipment. Of course, Councilrfibf Dann ri old never edges of our city so long unnoticed offered such },.
, (, stand for him for clai9'! and we We invite anyone who is Intending to build
Mr. R. D. Waring the real estate left anyone beating: an' alluring prospect to us that we just had to
man, give it to you "on the quiet" that sc7160"8 !s to look at Cape Breeze as a possible site, and let
j- it to us to build him a house that is a beauty ica-- soon going to erect a second-story addi e style, and the massive columns supporting an store that will be a dandy. We hope t get the property.Of S Cape Breeze are going to be a whole lot higher
job ourselves, but If we don't, the flans are in price in a few months than they are now.
arched veranda under an Orleans Tile roof are course, we were immediately pronounced
J pleasing] examples of classic architecture. ours, anyway. lunatics by'all the skeptics who could not see For instance, there are seven lots,left fronting .
r "" It is only natural that Mayor St.anl'rdthand! the boulevard: and they range in price from
'i 'py The Valley Gazette building speaks for itself. Butler and others along Broadway ,. fiat the possibility of building such a costly wall and $1,000 to 1200.. Now, can you imagine that we
i We know that Harris will never publish this second story addition of Dann's, and w> con filling such an enormous lowland, but we have will sell those lots under 12,000 after we have ..
FFr'' ;, Edition without running a cut of his new home dently] expect to turn all our draughtsm, loose steadily hung to it until there is no longer any Completed the improvements lT
and you will certainly find it somewhere in this next week on plans for new work along *roaa- reasonable doubt that the future Kissimmee will Really, now is the time to buy, and we will L'
i b3' include in our contract Free Plans and Specifications ,
Issue.Mr.. J. M. Willson\ Jr., I is never behind in way.The latest job on our drawing table. \new be built exactly on our plan, and that the edgeof for all houses that are begun during the
y r '4.4 anything, and when Harris began to stick up a Colonial home for Mrs. L. W. Pilley. this the lake will soon be a clean-cut concrete wall next three months. I
r. classy brick building, "Jimmie' decided to stick one that we are particularly well pleased with, with a 100-foot wide, boulevard of surpassing Our terms are 25 per cent cash and balance '
'i' up a classier one beside it. There is a lot of argument and we hope some day to have as fine a-oi' our- beauty. in three paymf nts, payable in three, six and
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VERy..S LE.J& A SPECIAL- SALE_ ';1,



Those who AND OUR PRICES, PROVE IT ,
contemplate '
building wi.l be able to pur Fine Huntingin f '

chase, at right prices, all the '
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manner of building;' bard- .
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built and are ready to fur '
nish will find here a desirable 4, d. '

,. selection of furniture
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We carry a complete lineof z
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Tables sporting goods and supplies
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,. Chairs, Pistols, Ammunition etc. + f

., Dressers, Fishing

.. ,. s + > +0 0Refrigerators

., Chiffoniers, i* Fine!,,

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-- -- Stoves Etc. Etc.
Lines, Pole or
HJks.
We have also a carefully will bring you bIg .;'

lln ,. lected stock of Queensware. dividends, payable in pleasure ,
any list of Kissimmee's progressive citizens, of the men who are helping
mate the city what it Is becoming the name of C. W. Dann Councilman and China, Tinware ,and-Wood- ) and all the fish you ian

m chant and wldeawake citizen generally, must have a prominent place. Mr. enware. Call, inspect our .carry. That Is, if you get ,
Dann is not only willing dothings for his city, but be rightfully believes thata stock, compare prices and '
properly conducted business enterprise is of great value to the community. ., quality, then use your own therightkindof equipmentjudgment. (

HIB store has a complete up-to-t e-minute stock, and is conducted along the If your judg '
most approved modem business lines. That this way of conducting a business, ment is .good.: we will have We have the s r

pays is shown by the fact that Mr. Dann is about to add another story to his ,. gained a new customer. Right Kind .q+ ,;
building, covering both the stores on the ground floor. It will be exclusively for S { '
ladies' ready-to-wear clothing..: This addition will give Mr. Dann not only one .
of the largest;' and best equipped stores in the city, but one of the handsomest

buildings. OUR BUSINESS IS The shove picture( .>>owi I pert of on side.of the ROM. Gravel Hardware 8tor Mr Gram U tending 0 EWE
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bi-hind the counter reedy to wait upon you It slioihowa IbM .hU i I. .n op to.date store In every per
tieul.r III f.9ra'rei, I. of the eU..of mm which I. taking Kunlknme from the "town" cUu and |>uitlD" '
, ,) SELLING BETTER Illu the ..Mi. lfyOUcau.tftDdjD.twb.t70U".t1Dthl.bardw..IO..70uar.h.rello' l...... PLEASE YOU THE

J. D. Clark & Co.

I GOODS, FOR LESS ROSS G R A V E S MORE BUSINESS

.. MONEY ." > WE WILL HAVE .J' ; '
The
Store that appreciates your Trade ;
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of our state and the South as well the

.,' f conclusion is irresistible that the SouthIs

1' \ the best country in America for theagriculturist i

.. the fruit grower, the
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: i'..uu.."..,, truck farmer the live sock raiser, the

,:.. ".'_.. ..'" Investor, the manufacturer and above
CI'......'" endowed with NewSpring Offerings
I all, for the laboring; man
'' lofty aims and who has the ambitionand

:p IES .. pies the of life.energy to succeed in the strug-


In Florida the opportunity to achieve 'h M
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life as in no other state. He has the S e .."; ,

advantage of the finest climate in America .. :1, ,J" I

Mr. J. D. Clark has been in Kissimmee a comparatively short time, but has and soils unsurpassed, if he be an J ' < 1

already taken a leading piace.among our reliable and..aggressive realty dealers. live stock raiser, an ,. 1"
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agriculturist., or ,p'
He came from Canada and can fully appreciate this section. Mr. Clark and his .
charming wife are strong for Kissimmee and never miss an opportunity to boost. artisan, a manufacturer, a laboring all\ the dainty combinations of tucks, lace and embroideries, some with C

.' He also believes that it is better to give his customers the "straight dope" on man', or whether engaged in any profession Waists# collar edged with a band of color, some with the new plain sleeve h '.

the property they are buying' rather than by lying to them, to persuade themto industry or pursuit where the in with inserting.;' Then there are the tailored waists, and the soft 7 d
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take they will afterward wish they had not bought.;' Mr. Clark .1
something influence of climate adds to the com- shirts so comfortable and trim looking. '
handsome home here. pongee ;
showed his faith in Kissimmee by purchasing a ;" .'rS.
; fort and happiness of the individual ast:t l.' ''

well as the success of the industry. ; . R

FLORIDA IS ADVANCING' and this is the reason Florida, fruit hasa Few other. sections of the United \ .., .., .10 {

flavor all its own and is sought above States enjoy these advantages;' to the --,

that of many other communities. same degree as Florida for it must be

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. Chicago Paper Gives Comprehensive There always has been a shortage of admitted that the problem of living, as in the )one-piece effects. Foulards and soft taffetas, '
, vegetables Northern markets in the well as the economy in the direction of \ Silk Sll k DressesBordered : and
Account of State's Progress. in new pleasing designs.
months. and trade is': :
winter The hothouses, of every class of. industry I .'

4 Continents, countries and states must course, supply their: share, but the hot- vastly dependent upon the climatic con- ... ..jo* ; 'r I ,
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keep this adage before them, or and .. .. '.. ,.." *. ,' ,, ;.; ,,!\ ; ...
ever house product is not to be compared ditions for its measure of efficiency, ,. ".'j ', , "J ''' fir, I'I'I, ,
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;, a1"t/U"/ stands still; there is either a for. truck produce has increased In quantity tal Invested.-P. J. Slossman In Chicago .. ", .1 " ," .It,; 'ItfJii;
' ward backward movement. \ in 'the last Herald. \ ;
or a beyond conception: few. Record-
I . Popular' for spring and summer dresses all\ .
the states of the Union, in itI -
Among years and the prices comman led by d Lawnsall .
(colors all designs from 12 1-2 cents Up.Serges 4
my opinion, not one has exemplified' have made hundreds of men wealthywho CALOMEL GIVES ONLYTEMPORARY

this forward movement more than the saw their opportunity and(\ were .

state of Florida. Its growth and development : the gardeners of the x 1
among: pioneer RELIEFSo
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last few years
the
within state. .1 .

been almost phenomenal.Just MARKET IS NEVER. SUPPLIED.. J''
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a few years ago Florida, projec I itt k
Liver and Leave
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ting like a giant arm into the sea, was I There are few localities in the United Powerful and bnlliantmes in white; the I latter in plain. dotted, and shadow checks. "

looked upon as almoat the "farthestsouth" States where vegetables can Be\ grown It Weaker than Before. Dodton' I Just the thing for spring skirts.Ripplette . "R +[
out of doors during the winter months. Substithte.
Liver-Tone Perfect '
of the intrepid traveler's itener a '. ,
Florida is one of them. It is estimatedthat .r ;
Going to Florida meant a trip almost -I '
ary.
to the unknown. It was an eventto should if 100,000 begin to'expert cultivate truck Florida gardeners soil Nearly everybody who has ever tried I \, ., f ., 1-i ::5tj

be chronicled among the most important calomel for constipation or a sluggish : I' & 1
and raise vegetables for the winter +
in a man's lifetime. I liver has found that It gives only a temporary CI
market could not within I
they come
Now all this has been changed. Flor- relief. For calomel is such a I Doesn't have to be ironed. White and colors. The white is .
striking distance of "even
producing .1 I
ida has been brought into close commu- powerful drug that it shocks and weakens t I P P often used for underwear.
one-half enough to supply the 'markets I
nication with all the large cities of the the liver and makes it less able afterward '.
be taken for literal truth that i
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country. It is only thirty-five hours I, may ? I to do its duty than in the first b'S
the market for green stuff during December -
from Chicago and twenty-tour hours ,
January, February, March, place.
from New York City. In these spaces ;! This is one of the.reasons why the I

of time the traveler can reach Jackson 'I April and May never will be over-sup KisBimmee Drug Co. would rather sell m y3 .
I It is probable they will demandall 1
plied.
. of the state, from
yule, the gateway I i if ir
that Florida can ever hope to produce .
and he will find
one or the other point I
I I and still need more. 'I
the climate, providing he goes in the I Tone is a pure vegetable liver tonic
Five' of land Sanford Fla.
acres near ,
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winter, just about fifty degrees warmer that will cure constipation quickly and
have produced $ o.OOO clear profit in I .
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. than back home. I I gently without any danger of bad after .
periodical of national repute I one year in th /growing of celery, lettuce it do this We shall be a
Read any effects. We guarantee to I pleased to show' these and :. j
... any metropolitan newspaper, and I and egg nt, three crops in one with a guarantee that is simple and I you many

be found featured in its col season, according recent reports of Dodson's other '
Florida will $ More than 20,000 barrels of Irish pota- tair. If you buy a bottle desirable things. Come- in. :.
umn. Not featured as the playgroundof Liver-Tone for yourself or youTr children ;
toes were shipped"from Hastings, Fla.. '
the idle rich, but in live news matter and do not find that it is a perfect
last year, grown on an area of less than '
telling of the wonderful awakening substitute for calomel, then come backto

of the state, from an agricultural stand- 1,000 acre. More than 600,000 boxesof the store and get your money. If H. C. STANFORD
grapefruit and oranges have been COMPANYmany '
point,, you don't get value for your money out '.
shipped from one center, Orlando, Fla.. : ew
GREAT STATE AGRICULTURALLY.The of this tonic, It's your right to expect ,

growth of a state is determined, in one season. ,/ your money back, and we will gladly: :: : '
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I believe, by its agricultural resources. Florida today is experiencing a great give it to you.

This is i .an axiom that has obtained since awakening. The population baa increased / : ,-I

of time. Agriculture is nearly 45 per cent within the courtesies as and audi- date for .
the beginning secretary state senator in the primariesof Notice a 1 5"
the source of wealth. Any state in the last five years, according to census statistica. RESOLUTIONS tor; this year. I for Bid. :

Union that atands out prominently for The opening of its agriculturalresources That in retiring as secretary and aud- E. L. LESLEY, -..,.' i ..
and progressiveness unquestionably has been the itor of this board we desire to say that E. L. D. OVERSTREET, NotJee for Bids for aired Paving Notes.to>
business wealth A. F. BASS be I.udDr Cut, of Ylmlmme. .
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his work has) in every respect been most FlOrid. -
with a few exceptions! will be found a reason. Adopted by the Board of County highly satisfactory to this board ; O. R. BASS the Notice.-.roilOD 1.h.reb7 Even that, ao 'cIjf .. II t ,

leader in agricultural possibilities. In One instance of the general awaken- Commissioners. That we have always found Mr. Don- W. 8. PEARCE, Clay of ItS-ImlD.114opM4 00 .1..0.by .11...,.ouse'al' of ..04t.a ,
la not only courteous and obliging in Commissioners. ooDeU wt1l r.o.ly. btc18 for tb. .
idea
of this agriculture ing and progress in the stats' Intenoi egan '
pursuance T..DI7-4l.TbDd i
going to make Florjda a greaCstat*. development Is the widespread interest t Whereas, It has come to the knowledge . his dealings with us, but a most care- Per, Ceul street Paving($2a...,-OOQOO. )at Dpuzek u..CIt'BIZ s I' 1 'y
ffllp painstaking and efficient official in 0"' is the City eau,
at Hls.tmm.s. .
board the Hon. Arthur Plod
of this that : .
It has nearly S5,000 OOO'square miles in the construction of good roads. The, at ; m. 00 ,
> E. Donegan ha resigned his position the discharge of his varied duties as Many Prospectors Here. .llti+ aeec1aJ' hs bah day of MstetlAA / } .

within !IU- boundaries, a large percent- fact that the several counties of Flora as clerk of the circuit court of clerk of our circuit court; Th. Imue OOD".s.oI 1Mv. (6)) not.., MOb J '

: c age of which is subject to agricultural da have in the last year expended) more I Osceola county, Florida, said resignation -I That while we regret his resignation da&eQ. W..h let, 1\11" sad seob for the es_ of '''. ',p'.,, .. .
clerk of The PI. Th0aKD4 1 .. \
as the court and secretary and homeseekers' excursions arriving (11I,000.011 DoUa., ,
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t development and about one-tenth of than $1,500,000 in. road construction, to become effective. on the 16th auditor of this board we commend his in Florida last 1'MpeC\1T. in-one, ewobra... four m.tulnr sad ire. 1; .-J' ;e'.".,f I "\

which is at present under cultivation. though pretty generally known, is.not t I inst. ; and patriotic action to the consideration of week, brought 3,000 y laztsresi 4.oof .-- ',;;"" ,,- ....... y,
s Whereas, For over three years Mr. prospectors to the state. Several hun 00 laid no1..h.ll be due and ..,-. ("]0:,(. ,(., ...
The markets of the world are fairly appreciated to, the extent that U should.1 Donegan has acted in the capacity off our people in his candidacy for state dred of them came to Kisaimmee teaoch ys a... site or Waroh. and .8ep&e"_ mb.e'', 1-' t-4,.

shouting for those products which can be, for, a* a matter-of fact, it Is one o secretaryjand auditor of this .board; senator from th. Nineteenth senatorial have and Said "note." wm not E..old for lee bappsv' .:" 'It..I'I"! .: > y "
been looking over the lands In A eertmed check ... .' .! . ; ',
niinlmum\eoet for Pi nDDdred ..
be it
therefo otr..l. =.
the and \
at
produced a most certain indications
be easily important district. If honesty of purpose, devotion psychic u..T..urer .
of the
and at the least trouble in Florida. of the great spirit of progress I Resolved by the Board of County to duty loyalty to his people, and this section for the past few days. It ...haU.upy seob hdhsetb(yt t. l.J[ ,.., .. 4 "..
Commissioners of Osceola That ia reserved '.
county said that 200 torej.D4.u DW. ,'
Florida baa the tools at hand for stupendoussuccess that is spreading itself with an irresistible -. we learn with regret of the resignation efficiency in office is .criterion of a people arrived in this Address all bide to 'OouDeU of Cty".f3lh: =L',' *,; r'.'i"' . '::6."I"lah..m '

d a* an agricultural] state. force throughout every neighborhood -" of Mr.-Donegal) aa clerk of.the circuit man's worth to his people In an Official city on one evening last week., wee. Florid._. Ca.."of J.It. GIlbert. giabr, Itiii s ;-. ."p-. .' .. r' c

t. of rainfall the I court of Osceola county, and his retirement (Seal) a. (ltiaaL ,ortG .ri .:;" t 0/0 '
It has a neve -falllnJ supply and hamlet In state capacity we submit that Arthur E. iOl ", !I."t, ..
: :a fertile tillable soil and.an equableVflUmate When we consider: the motnentoui I aa secretary' and auditor: of this Donegan possesses Qualifications sufficient PYRENE fire' extinguisher for gasoline CIe 1I oC tyoYle.taunMr'. c': "J. .1'

'\ that rpakea tar nInibis the, importance I''of the matters discussoc+ I 1,, board That} this 'board expresses .to ft Mr.. : to Induce, ) our people to give him' Ar fires.garagM Get.)and one be for safe.your Sold launch by Geo.auto,GETfU"- ). i,, r'- 'J.""lhrl; ; ",. (::."'t 'It-w, h.,1"l .' .;

\ 'year'round.' The sun is J ItlTyfon saint herein and their.relation to the welfare i lu: high appreciation of his unanimous' 'endorsement 'eanh 1 l .. N..JJRATTON/b"dri..e; ; .. .yoar4t; j.N
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Pogo x2 THE KISSIMMEE\ VALLEY GAZETTE February 16. 1912 "


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ANNOUNCEMENTSFor qJ
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,..___ .. -__ I Clerk Circuit Court. _
,. All'tb'Ul'/t lr".otlottet1nD" of' my 'frleade .. .... . ..." .. 00_: .__ h __ _'. . . . '
: .. throughout iha-oountr, 1 h.r.bT.nn ulf oandldaM inr Clerk of theUlreultCourt"
1 in and for Uraool county at the comlnR pri Advertisement are Inserted under tills head at the rate pf 8 Cents
mary. I wiKb to think the Mope for their line each insertion
tinseupport in the poet, and noliolt their sup per. ,
port In tiii future. If elected : uledge myfalthtul y
1 1I.acrvlrn nd peraoniil ; the ,
. duties of U.offlo.. I< or I a'ttentiouto It8TREET. FOR SALE FOB SALE-Three residences. One in

.' Eureka addition, $600; one in Lilly
addition-l,600: one in Bass' addi
: FINE LOT in Lealy's Addition tor sale tion. $2.500. Waters &;.Carson Grocery -
"' q For Tax Assessor. cheap. Mrs. Summers. 5-tf Company. .{ 61-tf
t w o! borebTanDoano. nir.eirk candidate forth*
x offloaj Tax Amieaiiorof Oroola kpunty, sub. EXCHANGE-Two nice lots in Kansas TWO desirable resident lots in' ...
very
the will of the Democratic roten at lhaoomlnK Mo. for Kissimmee
jert to City, improved
: primary, and If elected promise. to property. Box 1052, Wichita. Kan. Carson addition, each 50x184, feet.
give my pornnnal attention! toerery. doted conuerUid There are 16 bearing orange trees on
.. with the ofllo C. HUCKELB, b-sc these Iota, under good new fence,
Ii located close to the lake. $360 cash
\ MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acres witha takes the See
two. |H. M. Breaker
/ small grove for $500. 3-tf
For Supenntendent of Public & Co. 81-tf '

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i Itt Instruction. FOR SALE-Two good mules. J. W. .,
f jx : Miller. 46-tf MISCELLANEOUSWADE
; hereby announce mY* lf candidate for tba '
(< l' offloe of Superintendent of Public Inntructlon
4 of Oiceola county, aublect to the will of the FOR SALE-Priie. full-blooded Rhode the tuner. Orlando
Democratic voters at the coming primary, andIf Island Red Cockerel. Apply to Mrs. : ;
elected L will deVote my entire time to the
duties of the office. K. D. (QUICK R. M. Evans, Bryan st. 7-2t WANTED-Property. 6 to 20 acres"
good land close to city station, post
FOR SALE-Good, new roll-top desk and express. Send full descriptionand t!
1 \ and swivel desk chair. Apply to L)>r.Winn. price to Fred Lapp, Roseville,
For Member of the Legislature.
8-tf Md. 6-8t
I hereby announce myself. a candidate lor .,t
\\\M:7: the ofllre of KeprcHfntailve from thin county In FOR SALE-By owner. Z. W. Bass, WANTED-The ,
\ .- the Florida. etflHlatum, subject to the will of 3 lots 50x133, making 150x133 3- sweetest thing out for
: the Democratic voters at the coming prtmaryand ; your girl-Fuller Greeme Candy-
ask:: the support. of all the white; voter ol room cottage, for $500 $225 cash and fresh from factory. Kissimmee
Ibe count r. U. CLAY BTe KfOKD. $12 per month until paid for. If you Company. 33-tf Drug

....- wish to see the property phone No.
73 KisBimmee, Fla. Property Is
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FOR fresh fish the Rull
phone Bass
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about mile from
For Tax Assessor. one southwest depot. Market No. 189.
Also have other houses and lots, and 19-tf
I b..I1'. announce myself a rend,date for "
the oitlco of lax AHhCfinor of Owceoia roonl,.. 'four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap,
and nollcit the support of the voters In the s.pproacblnic -' six miles onto 2-tf WOOD per strand, $125; five strands i!
A I In It It Democratic priniAry.K. I 575.. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf
A. NlEXKTRa.: I 1 _
FOR SALE-8,750 acres timber lands, ,
with five miles of lake. A first class FOR SALE-Settings of Buff Orpin ;- I
For Senator. 19th District.To colony proposition. Also some of the ton eggs.: Indmna prize strain. G.
.. best paying orange proves in this M. Wcimer. Address, Box 686, Kis
the DumocrHtio voters of Osct-oi roust of the farm lands and simmee, Fla. -
1 hereby nnnoiiiicD that, I nin H ritnrilila'tp for part state 7-3tp'
... < r"'ll'rtlon&II Senator from ho I'.uh Dlxtrict.i.iihjm't city property. C. Buckels. 2-U
totheai'tion of:the 1 Democratic primary.I MEET me at Kissimmee
: Drug Co. and
I thank' on sincerely for your an ppsrt| l lu t the
i>a-t. and If you approve my l"IIIHI.t"l record. FOR SALE-SKK) acres on which are 3 we will get a drink of the best soda
I rehuevtfolly lollclt your nnpiiurl 1 attain. acres bearing l grapefruit averaging made. 31-tf
;: l TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA COUNTIES : Lori* C. MAS8KY. 5 boxes to a tree this year, and 5 rate __

acres bearing oranges averaging 6 FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull
y I am a candidate for State Senator from the Senatorial District composedof For Marshal. boxes to a tree this year; 1 old four- JBass Market. No. 189. 19-tf
Orange and Osceola Counties. and will appreciate your support. room house barn etc., and 1 new" 4-

d Ever since the creation of this 'Senatorial District in ]1887. each County has 1 hereby announce myself a candidatetor room house and barn. Has also a MUTTON, fresh fat and fine, at the

+; had a Senator for the same number of years, the custom being to allow each the office of marshal and collectorfor I I beautiful small lake. Price $30 an Rull Bass Market,. phone 189. 19tfANYONE
acre. Mrs. Summers, Lake ViewCottage.
of Kissimmee. I believe
County representative for eight at a time. Orange County has had the the"city I
a yea's that I can fill the position tq the satisfaction South Kissimmee, Fla. T-tf anywhere can start a mail
,, Senator for the past eight years and under the customs prevailing in the past, of all, and would respectfullysolicit --- order business at home. No canvass !

I' Osceola County would be entitled to the Senator tQ'be elected in the primaries the support of the voters at the WE-Have listed some qf the most desirable ing. Be your own boss. Send for free 1:'

this' year. The two Counties have worked harmoniously under this system for a approaching election. property on the market. both booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144. f.
WARREN W. KING. city and county which at Lockport. N. Y.
*, quarter of a century, and I.see no reasor. why it should be broken at this time.I the lowest prices to be obtained. j

have served the people of my County at various times as Deputy Tax There is no padding of prices by us, SHIP your produce to U. W. Judy &; i

' .r, Collector Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court member of the Legislature, mem- NOTICE every piece of property sold at exact Co., Tampa, Fla. Write them for \

ber of the State Democratic Executive Committee, and Clerk of the Circuit thle hereby announce myself\ candidate for price placed on it by the owner. stencil. 49-tf I
omen of Martha) mid T.x Collector and Iak Write us your requirements and we ---- ,
Court and I have discharged the/: duties of each office I have had in a manner the iiipport of tli.. goal) people of thin will do our best to please you by BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, best In I
I" and if elected tow n. I am a poor mao and I I need. It and I lam town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 81-tf
which I trust has mew with the hearty endorsements people: not a gambler nor a wbtskey drinker. I am showing just the kind of property you
as your State Senator I will use my best efforts to promote such legislation as is for what In right and if elected. I will endeavorto desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf
do my duty llea'pt.. W. K HBNDEK8ON. AN intelligent person may earn $100 '
needed by the people and the varied interests in this Senatorial district. FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit monthly corresponding for newspaper.

In asking you to elect me as State Senator I believe that I know the needs grove with 250 bearing trees, No canvassing. Send for par-

,: in a legislative way of this district as well perhaps as anyone in the district, and For Marshal five acres muck and ten acres pine ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2246.

I believe I can represent you in the State Senate in a manner that will be entirely hereby announce. myself. acandidatefor land in cultivation thirty and one- Lockport. N.Y.
the office of Marnhal and Collector for the city
half
satisfactory to ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. of Kiiwininiee. and reHpertfully aak the supMirt| acres unimproved land fiveroombox
you. ASK MRS. SUMMERS of
of the voter.. at the coming I election promining house, good barn and well. The Lak.view
faithful aerr.cet elected. XJKO. E. FIHIHE. improved land all under good fence. Cottage, South Klssimmee. if you. i
4xf This property on the north side of want a select city home, choice farm,
East Lake four miles from Narcoossee a vacant lot, acreage, or an orange
For Tax Assessor. nine miles from Kissimmee. grove. 6-tf

\\-i-i: I hereby\ announce mynelf a candidate for the Price $4,500 $2,500 cash, balance one
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------ office of Tax AH.e.lIOr of Onccola county, andreapitctfullj year. H. M. Breaker'' & Co. FORIIENT
solicit the nupix>rt of the voters lu -- ,
the approaching. Democratic, primary
BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting
R. T. BUTLER.:
,' C. A. Careen. Pre.. John M. L.., Vicm-Prm. M. Katm 2nJ Vtci-Prmi./ N. B. Canon. CatHifr Roma Thoma. A lit. Ca.Ai.r of a half block located in the best DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til-

neighborhood in the city. Will sell 'Ifer.Florida. .
For City Marshal.. only to party who will improve it to

., ,.. "I I am a candidate for the office of City Marshal correspond with surrounding prop-
\ /..'' and Tax Collector. elected/ I pledge ,erty. Full particulars and price to is now attracting more atten-
\1I> 't' f faithful. discharge of the duties. of the ofllae. interested tentlon from homeseekers than any
'\,,/ '+ " : p. i T n b.Ii11 P' ,$ 'rsnt 4 }I IL F. w, PUTNAM. & Co. party. H. M. Breaker 31-tf state in the Union, and Oscoola county

f'Ci" ,..1, ry i It yt', ,, t i el tf is attracting more attention than any
ro1r I
('dj. } !1 fY. 'T. r a, For county In Florida., Send 25 cents for a
\ Mayor
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1jiJJ'LiL FOR S.ALE-FIVII good paying orange .copy of the frustrated magazine editionOf
office I hereby of Mayor announce of KluiUmmee as a candidate and MJ licit for the the groves and a 20-acre truck farm 3 the Valley Gazette and ,you will
support of the voters" of the city. If electedwill acres irrigated with Skinner system. learn the reason. 5-tf
endeavor to do all In my JKIWCT to Rive; the I Alsocomplete sawmill,capacity 10,000
city A good busiueni administration dnrlnB the feet per day, log carts, wagons and
coning year N. C BRYAN. Nice NeW Home Cheap.We .
five good mules. Will sell at bargain
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prices. Investigate. C. Buckels, KisBimmee offer, for a quick sale, a new Broom -

.. J Jt For State Attorney Fla. 40-tf house, with hall and two porches,
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;: To-the Democrallo. voter of the 7th Judicial BE YQUR OWN LANDLORDWhypay located in the west part of the city.
of Florida
Circuit- hereby announce that I .m a candidate for rent when you can own .a homeof Fine well of water on back porch 200

If, ;. ,\ reappointment ... State Attorney for the your own by paying just a little feet deep, good barn and outbuildings.Also .
Seventh Jotlrlal Circuit oPiorlda. '
subject to more than rent: I have for sale a
the action of the I''morratlc primeness In a small 3-room .cottage on the rear
Aurll 1"12. You bOhnnnr....\ use with thij fine home of nine rooms, artesian
: t niter and I have esldeavored to deserve youreouddcnrc water outbuildings, chicken yard end of the lot, suitable for rental pur-
of toy ability III mo by doing my duty to the heat etc. Lot 150x200. 14 bearing orange poses. Young shade trees set in frontof

If reappointert I pledge! JBlI to do .11 Iu my trees 7 peach and 2 mulberry trees. lot. This is a great bargain for
.' power to II .hol.llnw end order In our Circuit, Abstract given to title; $1,000 dish $1,600 cash. If are looking for a
with prejudice to and with you
slime fnlrlle' to all terms on remainder at 8 cent In-
Thnu"11I1 )'011 for ,last killdo". I r."p..ttollY per home don't fail to see this proposition.
+ ai ar1 uk terest. Ask Mrs. Summers the
Yllllr supuunegaln" .1011" C. Jo.sa.
1: + : Male Attorney amount of remainder. 4-tf 4-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co.


l p .. -::. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE -

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State Bank of.Kissimmee S


a : .J Paid Up Capital, $50,000 Surplus $27.500. 1 SANITARY PLUMBING f''

Total Resources, $300,000

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,I The State Bank of KlHHlmtnec WHS ..'....nla.d In VHii' \\ lib a rnpttriltook ol $1 oui 1'mir or lit .' years iifU-rwHrdh the capital stick " Adds to the value of house "I '
Was Increaaed to $SO, S yet prolrea."'.. tpedal attention In given to obtalulnv lies a'ToutitH ,nul lu' niUitiu' 'urn ttlrr-- u hoH"- oust 'H it NollrltH. 1

l'S 4 Per Cent /nferesf. Compouuded Quarterly, i. Paid on Savings depoiit

.5 The real t...flat.h of a hank Hc...In its "..."cDl"n.. The dirHctor' of thi- bntik are the )ln-st U now n mid. nscrvaLlvn bnni'Hlir !- g; Insures the Health of your Family S
I ana men of the community, i tier} M I. L. ..,o\\nor of fxtfimivirtnl+ ...1.( t.* holilnm! + *> .srsngr groves called the "cattle king, i.f l Florldn" sod. who In owner of )lawn I rinded. intfrits In \nnmiH, butii. ul (lie.lute.. II II li-mli K, capitali+ixt and I
real estate. owner: M. Kat*, one of thu lament and moft ttiinceMMfnl. K'">*1" invrfhunt*. in Floridn S'< Itrv.n..w'r"'ltrv' and maiidKer '
1 1, of the Waters A Cersou Cirof-crj Company ; N. II, CHIMOII.preaident ', r"h' r. Inrtfrly lnt.."'.i.* I III ",lIw t>nt.-'I'rl..r the eomtn natty; C. A. Carxon 1
i )of Go the bank, wino president Waters A Camou ..riKUTyTelaphons ( o. Cnrcol. Hardware. l" KlMHltuinft'; Jjiimbwr <,:o., .and K..lmm.e _III_ -a_ .M:. --.M.... ... ... :



,.ka 1 -- i Sanitary Plumbing can only be done S r


FLORIDA LAND I with the best materials, by, experi- S 4 '


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Splendid colony tract of cut-over New- We the finest lines of plumbing -
carry
Have S ?
x;r' eland 118,000 acres at $3.10. youFurniture :

: Near two trunk line railroadsand __ seen It? material J
river. This is farming, not S I

. . trucking land. We haven't all our stock In ,; Our plumbers are the most capable I Ir

: yet but we're doing| a rush I

,I ;'l Files acre farms for ; trucking, of StoreD ing business with what we in the the city. ,

: .\. pine prairie or muck land in have. ,

:. : "'w t , Kissimmee Gardens adjoining Our line of chamber furnishings -* l St,

t "" .:'' Kisslmmee City on the east.. <1 is especially strong We

,:;j'55 .rX.Read about them carry the best line of springs "

5'J1lf' " .A Lot 330x660 ft. near the center then IVayO in the magazines I on the market, and the most 1 ASK US ABOUT YOUR WORK S I'
hereand
i, li t. come Lamps complete line of bedding in ,
.. ..: of Kissimmee for $1OOO. see them the city.Clayton .
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,;/ :, Suitable for buildings and garden- I

; ,I" ing. A good investment for some Oseeola HardwareV1. Co. '
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{i.,:'. "Where do they all come from?" a Attendance one year;. ago, first{ '1'"
't, Is the query of the stranger who gvy.m., qa term, 468. k

for,pe'first time sees the throng .If Attendance at opening of first ..'

. children pouring from the build- term this year, 628. ,"., ' Ing of the Osceola High School at Attendance' at end of. first +
"* :the recess periods. The query is month 657.- ...
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.;' a natural one- for even the rapid Attendance at present, 670. i; \ '/

y, growth of Kissimmee seems inadequate Teachers added this year, 1 In "'
\; to account for the attendance high school, 1 in grades.

.f .* In the public school. It Present number of teachers including ';,, 'Ii

1.,' I; is accounted probably by the music teacher, 16. : ,i!.
",.)?> fact that in Kissimmee the climatic Following are the names of the s
conditions are such that scores of r.A+ w , faculty at present: J.:

children can attend school who .In HroH. SCHOOL

&. more severe'climate would t a've r a Prof. R. M, Evans, principal. ' ,
to remafn at home, or be privately Miss Almena Leitner. ', .},'
Mrs. A. A.
i! taught The large attendance Simpson. "
,'. indicate also that Miss Martha King y\ 1
would seem to .l 8th Grade-Miss Albina Smith. e
large numbers of families are set 7th" Emma Futch. i 'F
,.. tling upon the tracts of land about 6th" Cleo Wooldridge.
_ the city and are becoming patrons .5th" Cora. Davis. .
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_' of the local school. 4th 4th A"B .4 Louise Edna McKenzie.Thomason .. .'
Professor R. M. Evans stated "
3rd" }
r Mary C. Bryan. .
3' to ye 'editor that the' attendanceat 2nd' Effie Lawson. A
the time of the conversationwas 1st A'' Rachel Leake. r+
670 and that was a numberof IstB Emma Yowell.
V There is Mixed Grade (5th and 6th) Miss! ,l
days every
_. ago. Wilcox. ,'
reason to believe that at the present Music and Expression, Miss
( rate of growth the 700 mark Fannie Lowe. -----1--

: will be reached this term. r
I The tapid increase of attendance Guiding Star 'j t y

f. is of course exceedingly gratify- -': : a Pi The school ma'am Is the guiding : V, >J J1
t ing, but at the same time it brings ""; <'- star -of the nation She'takes: -th.--- ? a
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1 it problems. The school building, little bantling fresh from the home neat, 1 ,r .
r i one of the largest finest, and best j full of, his pouts, his pets and Us passions x%,,
i ungovernable in many cases, ,
: appointed in the state of Florida I rampant, riotous little wretch WhOM
which at the time of constructionwas own mother often admits she send Ii r r
thought to be sufficient foryaars : ,3 him to school purposely to get 'rid ;{ ,

to come, is now taxted to its I '____ -.0' ". 'UKi..im -- ---, of him. The school ma'am takes a 1 1halt
whole carload of these little
anarchists
utmost capacity, and before next
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of whom singly and alone '
*" foil some additional provision in _.'.young..t ftadtntt in front of th. Ocola'High School BuUding. Thttm youngfttn'of"today" will be ",_rro *"Uading; be handled by their own mother cannot and ._: "(j i $ ,,
way of school buildings, even citixtn of Kiuimm..., Kiu lrtln.. will H an tducatfd city. she puts them in the way.of becoming: ','t

though they be of a temporary -.._. useful citizen She deserve not only, c .., ,' c' '"!
nature, will have to be made. is needed,-the construction of a ference of treatment of the high 'In writing of the Kissimmee of the way the school I has been th.'eyDI'Path, of the public bat she R,t .' 'i
will receive her t
just reward In the
The most logical addition would separate building for the high school pupils, and this is almost school a special word of commendation :; growing since the magazine number hereafter. Let us take off our hats to) 'y r
1 seem to be that which most cities school deoartment. There is always impossible when they are in the is due Prof. R. M. of the Valley Q.azettax was the school ma'am.-Tyler County (W. ;

make when a division of the' school necessary ,a marked difIi same building with primary pupils. Evans.: principal, and his faithful issued a year' ago. ,"'- .. Va.) News. k

The older students expect and deserve corps of teachers. It is difficultto ....., .

; to be placed more upon their adjust classes and teachers to .
own responsibility. The same detailed
keep pace with a school which '"
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rules of conduct should not
the Osceola
grows as rapidly as
1 be ,applied to them. They oughtto High School has been, growing.It '

feel that In going In to the high is a\> most decided compliment'to ;

school grades' they are ,really the ability and the patience of 'the ." 1"'
entering' higher school. It is teachers that the adjustment has NV
almost impossible to allow them been made without aivinaany

the privileges which rightfully belong patron of the school cause for
to them so long as they are complaint.
(
ih the same building, and under the .
County Superintendent Sears \
\ same rules with children much "
and the members of the school '
7 younger. ; +
., board have also) shown themselves r 4 '
Under conditions pre'vailing in wide-awake to the needs of the \ f
this city it will probably be necessary school. Two teachers have been / .

or at least desirable to have added to the faculty this year '
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the high school building near and every room in the building is \F +
I the grades, but. wherever located now in use, with four of the grades +

the time seems to be near at hand divided. __ .
I Suprintndnt i W. J. Smart I when the new building of some The following figures given by '''I Principal R. M. Evan I '' 1' > p

)o I kind will be imperative. Prof. Evans: gives some indication I',I 1,' I11'1'I \:

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r S. S. BUZZ & SON Long Distance
Advertising Phone 296 ii
"GO TO. ij. . rj r
1 Cement and Concrete .

is saying the right thing IJ
Work of all Kinds THEBOTTOM" I
at the right time
ti SIDEWALKS A. SPECIALTY I
1 llti r in the right r <'
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Residence Phone 68 1 ... Mabbette Street i way

Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. We make a oecialty of planning, preparing "

t Of things,even in the' purchasing Land literature and conducting campaigns 'for r
Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities f e
f of a dish of Ice Cream you qI and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN p '
cannot be too careful as to its

........ ................. purity and health \Inese. ,

I Z EMIL MACH' ERNEST MACHBE.OS. Our Ice Creamis ADVERTISERS
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Act (i **dard OH Co., ,
I I manufactured of the purest cream and fruit flavorings in a plant TAMPA FLORIDA +
* j' MACH:: : : : I I that is'a model of cleanliness, complying strictly with the most par- i, v"j
ticular science of hygiene and sanitation. 'We have the largest and w9

'T Livery, Feed and Sale Stable : best equipped plant i is, the state. AIL orders shipped promptly. 1 I' -..- __ .. w.:
SPECIAL CREAMS cah\be\ secured for Entertainments, Fairs and

i' :..:: Agt. International Harvesting: Co.'' / Social Functions, by ordering through the local dealers.
1 tN For loJu In Klirnm. hy Otcuola Pharmacy and C. F. Dibble &: Son. GARDNER & ELLIS ,.
e t : .. 1'Tr :KIN: : : s f3F1l.VY HA17T: : : .,INC: #. : Accept No So6.,;,.,.

./Z Everything new and first class. We render prompt and + Electrical Contractors

.' ,satisfactory service day or night.ONE TAMPA DAIRY COMPANY. ) "* '. .
:' HALF B CORNERSCOTT STREET AND LoZANO AVENUE We Guarantee our House:wlruig'to Pass all Insurance Inspection ' ::1q f 1
BLOCKIFROM PASSENGER DEPOT
: Local and Long Distance Phone. 630 .

1: Kissimmee, Fla. . Phone 113 ". TAMPA FLORIDA 7-m FIXTURE WORK Let Us IUUIP'With|You?-
IS OUR SPECIALTY
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PagoH 't 'THE. KISSIMMEE' VALLEY: GAZETTE February*16;'..*. vfj

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n"t? I .:Jt The City Kissimmee. and Osceola *.. ;County .f: 'I.


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Th. city of Kissimmee is the county -
T'W'SSCOUNTY
eat of Osceola county.; It has a popuBJ 1r. \
,+. latlonof 3,500 people, and Is'one of the 1 ', '::--j, ''J.>.".

moat rapidly growing clt.iealn the state. ,. :/,,'. 'i'" '
It if I governed by a mayor who is also '\ III ,
the police magistrate, and a city council .

j l' -. of five members. Klssimmee city ,- -- I!
1 owns its electric light plant and its Wa Y'rl u : -II' ..
,to terworks.The .4_l i A ,
a
} city is located at the head of ,
Lake TohopeRBliga in the} northweat ,

part of the county. At this point the "'J
main line of the Atlantic Const Line

cuts across the corner of the county, ,
'w and with its branches to Nareoossee

and,Apopka is the only railroad in the ..I
county ajt present, although the.Florida :
t East Coast railway is now building: a 1
r ;f. line which will enter the county 'ten CITY DOCK J
$ miles east of Narcoossee, and run toJ I
jt J JIf.
{ Lake Okeechobee. I
,t J Kissimmee, while more than thirty $ h. ,
:' t years old, has never shown any rapid
growthuntil the last three years.
{ It '" r There t.re. however; many fine old COURTHOUSE TESTINQ:: CITY WATER WORKS //1'

I homes in the city, while many of the .

_t; :, .ewer residences are handsome. and up- .__. \
j to-date. The recently erected business M
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all of brick"\ or concrete,
buildings are
1j 1 t';. and are modern in every" particular.The b __

city is quite well supplied with __
hotels. The streets are being '
stores and tr ry !!< ft 0"y r : .--
payed with brick. The entire city r tl
is well lighted) with electricity., There 4hY.h

Vy : are two strong banks. The |K>8toice l ,i
\ does a business of *10.( <)XM t > a yi-ar. it
Among the induslm1, are two cltr'us'' _ _ _ _ _ :t
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.: .. fruit; parking houses pinning mill, \p-1 j ;.1
i iifpnng/ plant, crate and box factory, ,
y'.a' ": haw mill steam( laundry, (c-igar fartoi-u-s) :, )
and caynery. There is a very coiisi.ltrable \ -
lake shippingIn and about tin-
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city are several truck farms und citrus'( T' tY k

j fruit grovwB. It is also the, shipping' > '
i point for the countless thou-ands of 1'r
cattle that are raised on the prairies' ;in
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the southern part: of the county. ('11 | tl i k
matic renditions are almost ideal. The I

'f deathrate is only three per thousand A 1
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and} fevers are unknown except as.they U Y a yMr ti.

in from other places. The ... . i .. .
are brought - 'C ----- --- I I P"'A'iIiH4.J;_ -- \.I. .---
below 40 to 50 l
thermometer rarely goes
t )
.. degrees in winter, and the summer climate CLERK'S OFFICE I
>'f j is thoroughly delightful, cooling KISSIMMEE'S WATER SUPPLY 'ill

breezes blowing every day and the ? j jI
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; nights Churches being, invariably schools, lodges pleasant, musical. .. _- I I CHURCH DIRECTORY t

clubs all combine to make Kissimmee __
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an inviting city for" the homeseeker. ter
"Come thou with us and we will do 'i ..; ., ;
. "7'y--' " ; i I BAPTIST. v*. :}.,
thee good. o ..... : T,6f +I . 1i 1//
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Osceola county ranks about fifth in ---. --- ----._;.;. ..... .., 11' ;if"- ] A. J. Holt. I II. I V", pastor. {'
the state in geographical extent but having any extent of population is St. ,' Sunday- '{,
because of lack of transportation facilities Cloud nine miles from the county seat. .. -f. I I I Bible School 9.45 a. m. J
haa not become , , Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.151p. m. aIt.
i-U}! the population St. Cloud is appropriately known as the ., ,
large. The county shows on the map "Wonder City," having attained a population ''\ '- ,,.,, ,j e..n Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m.

aa- n inverted right angled triangle,, of 2,000( in two years. It has a :- =: T Mi Communion-t-2d Sunday. .v
..: Monday (after 3rd Sunday). Sl-l!:
ita'apex resting Lake bank fine school churches. '
,
on i I newspaper -
Okeechobee'l I ",a, '
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J A chain of navigable lakes I i! hotels, up-to-date stores, and hundreds '- ,1" Ix 4tl Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3'p. m. I
P' a-r \ -/ Wednesday-(after let Sunday)
forms' the western boundary. The j I lof attractive homes .. I. ;
.' .. .' j( northeastern -corne *' "is within a few Campbell, Narcoossee, Whittier,-liaa-:! I ",, ; \\a' '.::I : /, :-. I wy "i Worn. Miss. Union -Social, 3.toGprnThur j

i L .h'', 'd'" mifes of the .Atlantic ocean: The'eoun.' singer, Tantie ere small towns, all of ..,' ,. "t1 :"" ._). ..( .. day-
t r ;. of" '(Iv. fiw ty contains almost every kind'of land them favorably located for future rapid "". .1.j"1 ' Prayer: meeting7:00: p. in.
{ that fs found in Florida, though L -, r. I' Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN..
yMd prairie jrrowth. .di ,
z. \, .. .. .
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air : "', .: ,? )Is ''probably most,, abundant.. No, part Osceola county,, with its reasonable' '< 4E .., -

,I I of the county is not susceptible to cultivation prices for,lands;its fertility of soil, its .. :\ .-.., --;;,;;-=.".-.,..,...,.. ". ", ......."." _.. .
though drainage must,he resorted splendid"' climate, its fine schools, its .. r. .
to in some places. South of hospitable people, should appeal strongly I Ii ., S. S. Snyder, pastor.
I" Kissimmee at present the land is largely : to the man who is seeking: an invest- i Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. ,
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given over to cattle raising, though ment to await future increase of value, '""V' __ Nelson, superintendent v)
itch rapidly being cut up into small or who is seeking a home where, amid Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. r

.. J ". farms for garden and fruit raising purposes the pleasantest of surroundings, he may RAPID TRANSIT PAST AND PRESENTA Christian Endeavor 6:15: p. m.

. make a living comfortably, and with a few years ago the automobile was the curiosity, now the ox-team is in Kissimmee! Prayer and Bible study Thursday; .OO
: Outside of Kissimmee the only town reasonable amount of work. p.m.Visitors
most cordially invited to all
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PILLOCK
S METHODIST.

"Move About just like a Wheelbarrow" H. T. Gaines, pastor. -. --_

-t ; ;.. Vegetable Growers REAL ESTATE | Overstreet Sunday ,School superintendent.at 9:45: a. m.-J. L.. f

INSURANCEExamination i ... Teaching services 11 a. m., and 7.80
Banner Cropsof I p. m. 1

Junior League 2 p. m. .
& of Titles a ; Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. f* .
_ 1k.. Florida are made with IDEAL FERTILIZERS. The formulas have I len. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. rn.
i been created through actual"field work and exactly meet; the needs of Specialty.: Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. .

.the grower. Why not get the Kent. especially as it is the Chea s'st ? You are cordially: invited to each of
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a CorresDondence Solicited. I these M-rvices..
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_ Ideal Vegetable Manure Ideal Celery Fertilizer ,I s 4 -

\:: '. Peruvian Vegetable Manure Ideal Lettuce FertilizerW. ('lift ISTIAN.
c W. & T-.'a Special Mixture No. 1 Ideal Tomato Fertilizer I A. M. Cliinholni, pastor.
.? Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure Ideal Bean '
SpecialReece's
I Preaching at 1 11 I
FRESH LOT a. m. and 7:00: p. m. .
Special Fertilizer for Watermelons Bible School !Mr -
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OF i iI iI a. E. Yowelisuperintendent
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I -? ; J. H. Harris, assistant
Call local
on our representative

_ : i,'y Waters & Carson Grocery Co., PeachesPrunes I superintendent.Christian Endeavor every Sunday
I See .
this Great Portable
r or address evening at fiK:( p. m.
I Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
WILSON & TOOMER i Outfit
: FERTILIZER CO. Before You BuyA Thursday at 7.15] p. m. V
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i JackHonvllle. Ha. '
i and Dates -
.,, J' Stationary Engine 'I EPISCOPAL.Kev. ',:)

is an engine that be used for }\
I 1* can practically I David I) Kidd, rector. {
--- -. ; Dibble & Son HERE light power requirement, with equal success. Services every second and fourth Sun- ii
I run all kinds of light machinery as well as day at 11:00:() a. m. .
i Ii it will pump water, and is the best engine to use for" Communion 2nd .
Sunday
BroadwayFLORIST :at
morning
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. ,- ., i. spraying, operating country water supply and electric services.

s' ? '\ The RULL BASS MARKET lighting The systetas Ferro, etc.Portable The usefulness Power of Plantis Guild meeting every first Tuesday. I


Beard 1 Building 'One Block: from Depot multiplied by mounting it on wheeled skids, so that one ++++++++++++++i.++4+44+r t
person, may easily and quickly move it from -one job to "'
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of all kinds.
,2 . "t MEATS Come in and see this outfit--one on hand.for demonstration T4a:f: GRAYSTONE ; I IIInCALL
.... .and Western
dr .... r Cut Flowers and Floral Designs It will put you under no obligation to buy ,:y :

r' for all occasions. whatever. Catalog free for the asking. TIt rill ,.
; 5 : ; .' pPdULTRY, EGGS. FRESH FISH ,
Potted Plants and Roses "
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GEO. N. SAUNDERS BOAT 2.60 to 8.150
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..f fo Free A eat Mr FEI toMarlae ..*Statloasry Eaton Special by week oi:month.1'' A

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1 : Horticultural andPomolog.icaf Opportunities Offered 'In .Xnd.Ab uf Kissimmee( '1. JI:


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'r Thhortlcultural and pomologi- which are grown here,' most ,successfully home in this region. ''There is : .: :'
I peaches, .and other deciduous to' ;i. ,
.salable., When properly packed touch of the hand of, ustry .
J cal l possibility of In addition, to these all scarcely afoot of''ground, except fruits \ '
.ISissimmee and I but there I Io!. every.reason to or crated they bring 'top prices, I bring their ; '
'1 its surrounding territory have the".citrus fruits, grow to"pertec': some that is particulary valuable'': believe that they-may be success competing auccessfully'wiUl: the wealth to i o"ne The. \

'l scarcely been touched as yet. tion, except lemons. We let California for vegetables, which will not fully produced. products- of other sections.I men who come early,"and eng c':" ,1'1', "}

r Enough has been ..accomplished hand out most of the successfully\ support orange, grapefruit Shipping facilities from this There are hundreds of thousands in agriculture t !tn 'or"" near i-_'." :"':' ;

""I" already, however" to prove that lemons.. They feeem to enjoy it tangerines, kumquat and all ''point are' good and the products of,acres around Kissimmee of real simmee inevitably'win success. ., ,

there is section of Florida, fer- so much. j. i/ the other citrus vati'eties. Only abeginning of our orchards and gardens reach land. not, Mnd or undrainable for nature has done her- .' .share r ..
: \ tile and productive as the'state Is, The citrus fruits feel. entirely at has been made; with the markets .while fresh and marsh which are omyawaltingthewyp here most lavishly.:1: ';":
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; the production of all the garden I r :0
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: products and of all the fruits that!
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limits of Kissimmee (not for sale DIRECTOR.:'
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$1,000, to $1500 per acre, because ' ; 'I :'

i')J" j of the revenues they bring ti'(1 "+rNrrt; 4 !r Ba1r''tfh v ? ya es EMBALMER'r 3
their There P. {
owners. are orange r 'f'f.OppMlte

., groves that could not be bought MJ'ti & CourthouMK.IS8IMMEB ,, '
wW * 34 jbi&i '."
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t, for $1000 an acre, because they, JMAafrghtii Jr'' i M N > 7W .
J;' pay big dividends on that valu- [ KlB&CSIfllMiSKMtiHBtfBzfilCSfe:

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Several conditions combine to'' ,-'

make this an almost ideal terri- i J"

tory from an agricultural stand- .
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point. The first of these is :

f climatic. While records for cold ,r
have been broken all through the
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north and west this year and '=

,",v while parts of ''Florida even, have f wLt Real Estate.

', suffered to some extent from cold +
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t f the worst effect of the unusual -
p, season in and around Kissimmee r

r has been to retard the growth KISSIMMEE FLORIDA "
I somewhat of some of the vege :t.f-
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that the weather 'was unpleasantto < :

\ folks but it didn't seem to Wood's Seeds :.. . ,

effect the fruit or the vegetables,
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except to delay for a short time ;Y

the rapid growth which usually Y ._ w 'Our New Descriptive Catalog .. y'I'
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marks all vegetable growth/! in this l ia fully up-to-date, and tell* aQ : ,

section. about the beet .....,.jrt. ,"' 'f ..' I

\\f II. A second favorable condition is SCENE AT AULTMAN GARDEN Garden and' .. .'. r :,;1't'j

found in the artesian water whichis q, ..
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available all through this sec- Farm Seeds. :

,f tion. The first cost of an irrigation -! Every farmer and gardener '
t1; plant is practically 'its last -- .. ......." '.'>."..::r.-". '. .,...r "'. r.' ,{"".'. .. . OJ. --.r.-. '.. .-...." ,.... '. ., . ... .. ., .. .I kould have copy of tnia catalog : ['. :
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:' cost, for the underground pressure I
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\, . keeps the water flowing. The! u + : ti 3 if "prR y t f' F: r 7 +< ;rKr, 5 4..' y i '1 /' y} $ t 1 jr the full and conect information f /'ti

truck gardener here, who has properly : which: it give, ,' '" ,

as;: prepared his land and equips j We are headquarters: for .: .'_ "

ped it with a proper? system oft( Grass and dorer Seeds;Seed :' ,; I

irrigation, is independent of the Potatoes. Seed Oats. Cow...; ..,. ,, ,
!' rain, and it matters. not to him Sofa Beans and aQ Farm Seeds.- , ,' \d ,_':.;-

I whether the seasons, be wet or Wood's Descriptive Catalotf' mailed : t; I Ii. ,

'., dry. free on request. Write lor o it. -.n '
"f Third of the advantages of this
T.w. WOOD SONS;
i! section is the versatility of the Seedsmen Richmond VaSTOKES
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page gives a hint of a few of the

.": things which are being success- j f.;'..'
: fully raised here:' The top picture

'I shows a small portion of the great

?\JI\ Aultman garden, located within the I In.; ., 'I
.:it city limits of Kissimmee. This ..' t'

I picture shows celery and lettuce. Money-makinlf.traina ,

Mr. Aultman also raises on land I for market growers .
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that was a few years ago con- SloW Bat Earl, Twtw
I [A winDer where,.t grow*. Especially
sidered absolutely valueless bumper adapted to UM South. PU. lOq ox. 40cs ,
i crops of cabbage. peas straw Xlb.tl.00t Ib. $3.75.. ,19Stoke. ,/!.
.' Sial",... Spwul CUk T_ +
berries, in fact anything that The finm in the world. '
grows that he takes a notion to Sp.d.l. Strain of Heat Cucumbo.Mu1m.lon j .../ .
I Watormelofi. rtc. .
_ raise. I Send me your lirl ot red w.ot..nd 111
Below the cut of the Aultman a ;a + quote you my tprdtf wbolnaU priers (of I
i 'tz .t maid gutjmrn. Ar wiy ,..., write atoday
gardens is a picture of a part of' IW'J- ,... .;:v.: 1"'iI' _.._____.. ... I .(lor.. my ba..._UlutralWc la.tte. ('; J' '.. "'A'
the Carroll celery patch. Sanford !i i t :
Walter P.Stoke, S. IjanD.ot. .. ( 'I
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.1 can't beat that. The lower]I *< l 'e..1.L a
: CARROLL CELERY FARM 67 FM4d.lpld. 'l'r +
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; KiMimmee is beautiful for situation. The city b KiMimmee( kat. an asset of priceleu) .. wortL in Let water' ,
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i ha a two-mile water front on the northern border ; fr 4 4V', . $. ; ,'.-J :i&& tqi : - : k ,.. front nit must and will be detekped." d: .It It i is* tie, next -
J 0, of Lake Tohopekaliga. Back of the city and. surrounding I important .step toward toe ,"City' 'Bea.ti aI." ,Dr. Frank ,
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I I it on all side are the pine forest, fragrant : ..1- .; Mac." ': a r rL t !! Crane, one of America''* most. eminent preadten and.. chic: .. '

t ; health-giving, beautiful. Here and there -. .- L S p worker, in writing of the Ckicato lake front improvement .- y ,
w tree*, .says,.: \
I are bayheads, with their gaunt cypress -' -
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; .- thrusting their stark limbs skyward, bare .save for lh-. : all pc- ., r "Titose, who have traveled widely, in the United Stats,' .
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I More attractive .because, irr I must. bare. noted Low .
: the drooping gray moss. I .. bl :- uniformly, oar.citiet debate their water "
,, : i more suggestive' of usefulness, are the hammock, '- -' -.4. -.--- .-sr, 'i--- fronts. In almost. every instance where. a town is on a river ,

' T' ; to which the sun filters through a canopy of rich : or !lake one find* smoking factories., .stinking packing Louses* '
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d I tropical, growth. And out yonder, across two and soap work*, mountain* of ,garbage, rubbish and ashes... I,

I. miles of sparkling blue water are islands, palm laden : : "At a .summer resort the resident.. seem to appreciate} tie '
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I I fertile, redolent of romance, each one a veritable ; beauty of water.' They, build their cottages, close to it and cI I

: 1 Arcady. t : green lawn* run down to meet the wave* Bat once returned . .
\ f I Such is the setting of Kissimmee, in a scene of to the city they, seek their home* in narrow .street. and d treat .
.. r F'\ rare beauty and attractiveness. But that is not their lake or river as. a sewer. 'v :

%. I. ''I', i .. all. A glance at the map shows that the city i is at ". __ ; "Perhaps. this. i is a necessary incident in our grand rush to ,

f the apex: : of a triangle which encloses a vast territory : .. get rich. It Iti-i 11* commercialism''* repulsive. side, the .sacrifice !
r J of wide sweeping prairies, of lakes and rivers' ; r of all of the '
J value.
; or any higher for the cake of ,getting, on .. 4.in 4.
To this j
in its possibilities.
a veritable empire the world.
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l' from the north, the east, the west, all lines of - t,
point i
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.:4,;(t[ E commerce converge. To this'point from the south, % i .-. ). -. 4, ;4 -' 4 ti -i. f r.. - .-.. 4 -ahA': S .., , -., .- ; . ,e .. k ka . come* the appreciation of beauty, as...a city asstt":
,).- the newly awakened country is looking for accessto %-4-W pr 1' 4
.\ ''I the busy world. Is it any wonder then, that : : r "We have yet to learn that ugliness, .. U septic. Vile, unsightly ;

., ; ; here is a city that doubled
: whose yard are filled always with cars &ft4a browed wretch in a beautiful, clean house will not regeneratehim ,_'

-,, i loading years or unloading their burdens, whose citizens but in I a few ,generation* it will help to breed a cleaner, '
t healthier lot of children.
. are dreaming a dream of a city that shall some day r .
:. 1 ,. be the queen of the inland seas? \ J&fSMs, JL mJ l- L.L. ?: .1: .-- ''fc .r( "Chicago', '* example will do much toward making all the i( '

: A utilitarian phase of the question of Kissimmee' river town of the country ask themselves, why, cannot we

'* location i i. suggested by this statement f pf;>f 1p .. .,. tUSUN come down to the water's' edge, with adornment and taste., _ -

: the U. S. Department of Agriculture. "Frost pro- : I! .. and use the water, the prettiest element in landscape. beauty, I ( .

!. tection i ia imparted by large bodies of water." The ,, I I'. i .; - al* the center of civic self-respect?

., value to this section of Lake Tohopekaliga, East ""A" handsome water front, made the people's'. park, means .

; Lake, and the very many smaller lakes, can hardly health and cheer and sunshine for the. monotonous life of the k

: be estimated. Some idea of what the lakes mean many. 3
to this section may be foUnd\ in the fact that the "It is hard enough, in any case to work and limp along.., .' .

lowest officially recorded temperature during the a through this d dull U, sublunary existence; why not make it u* ..

I recent cold spell was six degrees higher than in pleasant .s* possible. ? ,,:. i.,
towns less than 25 miles distant which have no "'What,'. asked}( the envious*, observing the honor* paid to (

large lakes. A difference of six degrees very often Denny the Audacious in Arnold Bennett''* novel, ''what.ha. ., .

means the difference between losing and saving a h .. J..4. t he ever done for the town?7'' The answer was good: ''Well't, '
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... ITALY AMERICA[ of the traveler, but by broken glass .- .
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Honda Pointed %tMp 4lv'tSf .''i.4 w"lls. The contrast between. the gray -r
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I Florida has been spoken aa '
: '... ... places. They overhang walls
& Italy ot the new world. The comparison "!" .. .... ; .
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-surroyndJCK
i is striking. Each is known for its ..... ., : !!
warm climate, its fruits and flowers. ... .. ; bespeak t the south. They are sold in
Florida occupies' the same ort of position i- ?-1 'jf $ i ''Wv'i? ME '.. f. .. ...jJR shops, but t the traveler likes best to ., .
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geographically/; and bears the same y IPt .,. ". ,;, ., ." buy them from the pretty Italian girl, 4, :
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: t relation to America as Italy to Europe.A .. .c-' kkF '
-t comparison of the maps of Florida vfr -: .t., ..' '21' '4 'I' ..f:4'\( .. ,, ...' .. .aI. ;iJi baskets decorated with their own rich I .
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and Italy Is an interesting study, and .tt? r> J :.'" t"."" '" ... .. """t .:, ,.I"-.. "' .'._. _.. .I,.! ..- -
in coast ' . A .. *.. _..... .... at the church steps.
similarity ; .
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. coast we find it occupying a position lofty pines)ylraped graceful moss
4' -'sy' .L'' Its beautiful clear lakes, its abundantand .
3'k 3- similar to Genoa on the Mediterranean ,.; tJ .. rich flowers' and its wide spreading .
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? side of Italy. Coming down the west ... .... .'. .' _. '! grove>> of oranges and grapefruit, lacks ).

''k'kg' Floridian coast southward peninsula we find and Naples Tampa on on the the -. ' ..1... . . ,"'WjWI ,. "" :. 7.,.. :,' if'I'I..., ..\,,.' .' .. I. ........_ only development garden spot to and make the delight it the of veritable alltravelers. -: .:. I t tr
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with its location on the : .. ) ,
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this shipping point and tourist <" >: -n: \ I. .:: :,. __ .
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old world.
in the
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r wonder city of the old world, but In ; ,t"'t.'I" :' V _______ '4 4;4'' r'

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:r [ ..1,p... j : Rome isdni,< rof f the charming customs : ...',' "'". ,
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Ilf ;If. j Kissimmee's Splendid .: Churches and Other Organizations.


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"f .. !:. Cities .which, havi. ,entered upon a proud. progressive movement ,undertaken; In1'
\ period of commercial development ire 2.rJOX.rtfeiltlCA.wM, It is a plea tor purity of life. the city, and has thrown the united

'I r quently Overtook for a tlm* the finer .81#.,'_..4Z&-.T/& It is a pledge of. total abstinence. strength of Its membership Into every

i4 ''I i"P" element of citizenship. They neglect ---, It preaches a the prohibition i of the cause that was calculated to help KUsimmee. --
+y I ,. ,' their churches, in the rush after new liquor traffic. . Its latest work.of importancewas ,

f business. They slight their fraternal s It proclaims the Gospel of Peace.It the campaign to carry the bond Issue

' I organizations in the scramble after dollars. is a prayer for home prat,ctlon. for good streets.; The Board ,.f

l { They forget,the social amenities It predicts a safe path for children's Trade endorsed the plan, and its campaign
In the-light for commerciol supremacy. feet. o" committee worked to such good

T 4 Such a condition does not exist in It is-an emblem? of patriotism.It effect that the loan was' authorized bya x

' MI Klssimmee. Prosperity without precejlf is a protest against the drink habit large vote: Mr. A. S. Nelson has

dent has coma to our business interests and the liquor traffic.It been the president during the past year,

f and the same prosperity has come top o Is a promise of hope to the temptedand and Mayor H. Clay Stanford has been

1 the churches of the city. Rapid growth help to the suffering. secretary. _

1 i t I has come to the city, and the fraternities It prophecies the coming of Christ'skingdom ( THE BAND.

-,have grown stronger: with that in all heart ', all homes and all
iW growth. Commercial expansion has governments.Let Kiasimmee is justly proud of its band

; p come to the city, but the social life lias us wear the white ribbon and follow and of its bandstand. The former .to

'r kept pace with ft. II Catholic Church, now Under Construction II I its gleam. composed of Kissimmee musicians; the

f ; r f; The religious interests of the city are Time of prayer-Noontide. latter was the gift( to "the boys" of
Mr. W. C. Ward who is a regular win- ).
r carefully guarded by churches repre mad! which will probably be succees- THE W. C. T. U. the largest woman's organization in Badge-A knot of white ribbon.
It stands in the parking on
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opposite
t Catholic Christian, Episcopal, Methodist The handsome three-story Fraternity membership. The gain in 1910 aboveall evangelistic, social and legal. Broadway
} The National Woman's Christian from it there frequently come the
and Presbyterian. These churches Hall, which stands Stewart losseswas Watchwords educate
ti on avenueat over 20000. Each woman -Agitate, organize.
Temperance Union carries on forty- Bounds of in the pleasant
_. all have buildings except the Catholic, the head of Broadway, was built by who joins the W. C. T. U., paying the harmony band
five of all to for the boys are always
departments work tending evenings
; and the construction of a handsome ed- the united efforts of the Masons and annual membership fee belongs not on- Object ,- To unify throughout the willing to play, and Kissimmee folks
girdle the monster tree of the liquor
t J flee of worship by ..this congregation the Knights of Pythias. ,Pffe: first flooris Iv to her Local union, but also to the world__the work of women in temper- are ever eager.to hear. ,
traffic. The tree that is girdled dies. l I
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The society is organized in every'atateand .
QThe! _Christian i church a very hand- showing motion pictures and the better
1 aome'frame'building: : with large] seatt class pf travelling attractions. The territory in this country and in

I ;' ing capacity and with excellent -facilities second floor, in addition to several offices about fifty other nations. .
t 1.. The W. C. T. U. has secured the
I 1: for all the services, is located at contains the council chamber, in
l ; the intersection of Broadway and Main which meets also the Hoard of Trade enactment of temperance education
laws for the schools of
public
street. The Epincopal church, an attractive and the office of the city clerk. On thethini I every

:. r building, adequately fitted up, Thor are handsomely appointed. elate and territory.
is'on j The W. C. T. U, has been the chief >/
The Catholic church
'r'' Broadway. lodge rooms used by the throe fraternities I.
i ,:, : will be on Sproule-avenue. Th..l'r..by. of the city, and bthe, carpenters' I factor in state campaigns for statutory -- -- -T-- ".' .. .
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prohibition, constitutional! amendments cT.
terian-, Baptist and Methodist churches I
union. The Fraternity' Mall w Inch .
f a I reform laws in general and those for "
"f\ are on Church street The Methodist cost mme I than $10,11110< >, wax limit by I I -
+ the of and children/
I protection women
i ; v congregation( is now planning the construction the co-operation of all the. lodge inembui'H -
l'y I 4' of a fine brick church build I but )has proved HO geed all uivestmust ; in particular and in securing ahti- I .
.' anililuiK and) iinti-cijiret laws. I
ing on a location nearer the center of that it is rapidly. |''Hiii|* for ,itself '
'"?' town, at a cost of from tll>,000( to $20- The| building' i ih tin ornament, to the city : The crusade of the medical temperance ,

ft i k:1.: "J' 000. This will be begun, and poHsinlrimplefed. ;- and ii credit, in the. f'1''II''I\' .. frateiniti / department, against( concealed I .. I -
alcohol! proprietary' and patent meiliiines -
r during/ the present yearr <>, ss Inch" '' partiripatnl' HI, 11!> fiinptriutioii. -
J resulting in/ ii (itiition for legis- i
d The churches of Knunmmee' arc particularly .
-J.. t fortunate in having "s then-} IHIIOII requiring the publication of the

i pastors not 'only apr..a"'lt'r\ ) !but. THE A. W. L.The injrredients used. and awukcned' the, :

capable executives and helpful lusters.Rev. . I one orgunitalian( which J js ..hlt.y'!! '1 church and hecular pi ess to the danger I I

A. M. Chisholm, of the Christian responsible. for the w-rv charming social lurking in medicine. Ii
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church is a young man ol ability whoa life of this community 1 is the American -
I mi appropriation of $9O! ()
is well beloved by his own flock and all Woman's League wliuse beautiful
others who know him. Rev. A. J. Holt chapter house is located on Stewart avenue -' legislature of Illinois for a statue of I

D.D., pastor of the Baptist church, has and Mabbette street. The league Miss Francis E. Willard now in :

been in the city only a few weeks, but ,,, has been now in existence nearly three 'I Statuary Hall, Washington, D. C. ; the ,

, '; in that time has shown himself years, and during that time has included only woman thus honored.It .

liant preacher and a strong abril-I. I in its membership the most representa I first secured the appointment of thFjl-;

Rev. II, T. Gaines, of the Methodist 'live women in the city. It is not con police matrons, now required in nearlyall

church, is also a recent comer to the tent with the ,ordinary social life of a {, the large cities of the United Stales.
I session of
entire Congress
the
city, but has already demonstrated his club, but feels that it owes a duty' to j During u
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the W. C. T. U. keeps a Superintendent ,
efficiency in 'every way. Rev. S. S. the community to stand as the conserver V4 r '

r Snyder; has been longer here, and is a of the best things in Kissimmee. Its of Legislation in Washingtonto

t e'e pastor beloved to a large number of Tuesday night socials have come to be look after reform bills.

j .: local people; He was formerly a missionary a unique institution bore bringing to- The W. C. T. U. was among the first I First Baptist Church I I

in Japan, and the mission inter- j gether in a pleasant social way the to ask for an appropriation by the _
Upited States Congress for amusement -
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I halls, 'iiumries L and better food State, the-National and the World's sate and social reform and to work A Nice Gift Package.:

W. C. T. u: for the overthrow of the alcohol
for the soldiers, which appropriation complete -
My "Express Box" of mixed citrus ..
: ::" TVr"'i.. ,1 I 1 now amounts to 'about( two million The National W. C.: T. U..c.n.?ntioD and the opium trades. fruits packed especially for the holiday

'\.l."., ;'.' dollars. of 1911 will meet in KHwankee and the The W. C. T. U. of Kissimmee meets i i trade and for those wishing to remember
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t; I ";"1,." ""'""." 1 Iv J Organization among colored people lea prospect is that it will be even larger .t the chapter house the second Fridayof friends at distance, containing oranges
AZ : tangerines and kum-
si grapefruit,
', .':i:: I, very encouraging( feature of W. C. and more enthusiastic than tit of any each' month All are cordially invited quats, is the best gift package .of

."1',; I I J T; U. work; also{ among the Indians in proceeding year. to attend these meetings. fered. Price $1.00 per box, let.* b,
]j Indian schools WHY, Wa WEAK> TB WHITB RIBBON -- Kissimmee. Mail orders solicited. H.
<1 THE BOARD OF TRADE.: R. y-Uv 44-tf,
W --r pi ,- i] The department of organization ANNA. JU GORDON; OverstreeU-KiMUTimey

among foreign-speaking people prints As' members ft the Woman's, hr Among,the factors which have helped House for bale.
and circulates literature in twenty ti an Temperance" Union we love and make Kissimmee grow none has had a Boarding

i different languages and keeps a mis- wear the white ribbon bow.It I larger place than the Board of Trade. ,, Boarding house of nine rooms including -

sionary at the port of New York. It is is the beautiful badge of our | This organization has been instrumental bath.room. Hot and cold water,
i bath, toilet and sink electric lights.
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planning to increase as rapidly as organization, heaven born to promote I I not only in bringing many of the House furnished complete and filled

possible, the number of languages in a holy cause. recently acquired industries to the city, with boarders at this time. Largo( lot

which literature is printed. It is a blessed bond of fellowship but by its active boosting has aided materially 130x150. Can be purchased on very
l among our members I in the increase of population. reasonable terms. For particulars callon
The W. C. T. U. has created a great or write us. H. M. BREAKER &
literature distributing many millions of It is privilege of which we are This live body has gotten back of every Co. 47-tf J7 .

annually in addition to the I .
pages
I official W. C. T. U. paper. ,

r About six hundred thousand meetings ,- ', Ji. 7,.

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eat of the church have received a great older residents of the city and the new- ]I' Offer

impetus under his pastorate. Kev. comers. These socials have brought to'

i ,1__ David Kidd. rector of the Episcopal light talents which would otherwise 1 TH1HPORTABLE .

church, lives at NarcooHsee. but he''have remained hidden. They have made ,

ti 'gives the local church his careful attention the good folks who have .come here :I LAMPFOR
from all points ot the feel that
and under his guidance a strong compass 'Y Ms.
u : organization has been built up. Rev. they are welcome to Kissimmee. They

)" Fr. Fox, of Orlando, has had charge of I IJ have furnished the finest ort of entertainment i HOMESTORE

t, + v the inauguration of Kisnimmee's newest to young and old. ,.nr
-s ip church. the Catholic. This faithful I' .,The local chapter is affiliated with the OROFFICE r

?' congregation has worshipped underijif-. national organization. its organizers .
Acuities during its developme -'but and charter members were Mrs. Solomon 'ytraf

1 ''" will soon have a splendid brick church B. Aultman, Mrs. J, .M. Willson, I 1 FL:
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j ,. 'l IiI that would be a credit to a much\ larger Jr., Mrs. H. Clay Stanford, Mrs. M. $12.48c 4 J
a city. Katz, Mrs. G. W. Best, Mrs. W. L.

,t Practically half the population of Winn, Mrs. Fred Stalker, Miss Bicker-
Mrs""ll. W. Thai-man. ''' l4..
to the otherof dyke. !
1 Klssimmee belongs one or CaaaB. : .. COMPLETE
the churches, which are all prosperous The lots upon which the chapter Aw.1.aThis

,. L aggressive, and happy in their task house stands were given by the Misses Lamp is handsomely I I. -
of the Campbell of Norristown, N. J. The ,
.... of conserving the morals city. 29 inches
... nickelled, height ,
... house the home ':J
That their efforts are successful Is chapter serves aa not

I M ".' shown by the f eedom of the city from only of the league', but of the W. C. T. equipped with automatic self-

t vice and crime,,by the high moral standard We regret that through( neglect not our: cleaning needle, glob and LUMBER LATHe MOULDINQ8 BHINQLB8DralUpchorch ?

; ,= which prevails, and by th*'oiwM lorwn, we are unable to present in this pump. Usual price $22.00. ; .. ,

n ?i.- "sal' respect. -which i shown, toward the Issue a picture of the very beautiful We have the best Una of Man :'
F churches Yr' chapter house, which both as to its exterior In Southat -
tles and supplies the.
-iWhile!- j-r. .' and interior would be an ornament -'II

) n;, 'THEFAA .T t1V1TlES. to any city, large or small. lowest pri es. ."(,Estimates"and j / ,
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} ( 1 tJ are adequately doing the work such In. CorrlMba TothaoMratUbUVINZANT&.CO.M.rc..ta :" \

k.+ m.r<> ,Ututioos' are)' expected to do.. The 111 EAST BAY ST. Shipments made to 'any part or the stated: 'Our: stock is made) from the beat timber In Florida, pie well manufactured -' ; ,:

Jfc- '' -"'? lodge at present; organized are the Ma- IACK.ONVIU.K. FLA. t' and carefully graded, and otfr-facillties' for filling order for carload lots are exceptionally. good. ., r;.s-.sj
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I ;tI t- t.i- -s Splendid Churches-? -s and Other_ _. Organizations. M I\


f ClI tie. which have entered upon a proud. progressive movement undertaken In

period of commercial development fr.. 5- .Z.s4pVpr.Mi'Aamt 1 It is a )>lea tor purity of life. the city, and hu' thrown the united
I i finer --- #.-.. nIIIZ&-. Its membership into every
for tlm the of
i quently overlook a __ It it a pledge of total abstinence.It strength
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I elements of citizenship. They neglect --, preaches the prohibition of 'the cause that was calculated to help KU- .
: I their churches, in the rush after new liquor traffic.It simmee.! Its latest work of importance ,

.. t. .buam.... They slight their fraternal proclaims the Gospel pf,Peace. was.the campaign to carry the bond Issue

.\ organization in the scramble after dollars. !- It is-a'prayer for home protection.; for good streets. The Board ef
t' the'social amenities Trade endorsed the plan and its campaign -
They forget It predicts a safe path for children's : ,
Al in the fight for commerclol supremacy feet. committee worked to such good

ry r'1, Such a condition does not exist in It is an emblem of patriotism.It effect that the loan was authorized bya

Kisslmmee. Prosperity without prece- is a protest against the! drink habit large vote. Mr. A. S. Nelson has

dent has come to our business interests end the liquor traffic.It been the president during the past year,

L 'and the same prosperlt 'has come to is a promise of hope to the temptedand and Mayor H. Clay Stanford has been

k the churches of the city. Rapid growth u- help to the suffering. secretary. '.

t t '" ''1.'. . has come to the city, and the fraternities t It prophecies the coming of Christ'skingdom THE BAND. ,
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4 ; have grown stronger with that -- in all hearts, all homes and all
I r' I ,,' growth.. Commercial expansion has governments.Let Kissimmee is j justly proud of its band

t ,'., come to the city, but the !social life has us wear the white ribbon and follow and of its. bandstand. The former (I.

4// it kept pace with it. II 'C tholic Church, now L/udmr Construction I its gleams composed of Kissimmee musicians; the
\ The religious interests of the city are I Time of prayer-Noontide. 'fatter was the gift to "the boys" of
Mr. W. C. Ward, who is a regular winter ), .
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; .,r carefully guarded by churches' representing made, which will probably be succees- THE W. C. T. U. the l largest woman's organization in Badge-A knot of white ribbon.
visitor. It stands in the parking on
I six denominations, Baptist, ful, to organize a lodge of 1. O. O. F. (Contributed.) the world, constantly increases in Methods Preventive, educational,
;'. et'li' I y'. Catholic Christian, Episcopal, Methodist The handsome three-story FraternityHall membership. The gain in 1910 aboveall evangelistic, social and legal. Broadway, opposite-the Graystone, and
The National Woman's Ohristian from it there frequently come the
and These churches '
Presbyterian. ,' which stands Stewart losses'was Each Watchwords educate
9 .. on avenueat over 20000. woman -Agitate, or-
Temperance Union carries on forty- sounds of harmony in the pleasant
4 ;" all have buildings except the Catholic, the head of Broadway, was built by who joins the W. C. T. U., paying the ganize. band alwaya
for the boys are
t five departments of work all tending to evenings,
10 and the construction of handsome ed- .
a the united efforts of the Masons and annual membership fee, belongs not only Object To unify throughout the willing to play, and Kissimmee folks
} girdle the monster tree of the liquor
t' '\ flee of worship by this congregation the Knights of Pythias. The first floor ] to her Local union, but also to the world the work of women in temper- are ever eager to hear.
t z traffic.. The tree that is girdled dies. I ..
_, is pccupied by a cosy little tneater,
begun.TheChristian The society is organized in state
church hand- every
a very showing motion pictures and the better
aomeframetJuildinj: ; ; with large] seating class of travelling attractions. The and territory in this country and in

r capacity, and with excellent facilities second floor, in addition to several offices about fifty other nations.
The W. C. T. U. has secured the
j -S for all the service's, is located at contains 'the council chamber, in
L the intersection of Broadway and Main which meet)),xnso the Board of Trade, enactment of temperance education

,' ,l \ street. The Episcopal church -an attractive and the office of tint city x'lerk. On the laws for the public schools of every
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,t ; building, adequately fitted up, third floor lire handsomely. appointed| state and territory. 1 .
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to ;/l :, is'on Broadway. The Catholic church lodge rooms, used by the three fraternities (
t p will be on Sproule avenue. The PrPMbyif of the oily, and l bj the carpen j factor in state campaigns for statutory \

:,' f terian, Baptist and Methodist churches ters'. union. The Fraternity, : Hull, u hich | prohibition. constitutional amendments. II It I 1
':"-f I ::.:' are .on Church street. The Methodist cost more than $1HI'KI./ ) I was unit( by i j reform laws in general: and those for I

t; i ::;;' congregation is now planning the con 1 the co-operation' of nil tile lodge, members I 11110' protection of women and children _"
struction of fine brick church building . |1"1 particular, and 111 securing! anti-
t if a I but has proved HO jjood an mvestniont -
gambling and anti-cigaret law.
L' on a location nearer the center of ,, that it I is rapidly put, cog fur itself I
I The insole, of the medical,
f. temperance -
PSa town at of from
a cost 915,000 to $20- The ImildiiiK ,is an ornament to the city I
(000.) This will be begun and possibly''""al,11l credit to the. pru' ii'hsivi'" fraternities ; department against concealed j ji
i alcohol in hi| rietorv| and patent mediciiH'H :- i
"tlmpleted; the
r./ during present year. wjiicli participated' 'in, it- "conKtructlon. -
resulting in agitation for Iegis- '<
I The churches of Kirtsimineiare par- .
t d 1, lalion requiring the ,publication of the
ticularly fortunate in having as t tht-ir '
; pastors not only able preachers, but THE A. W. L. ingredients used I. and awakened the, I II
I 1 I church and secular to the danger')'
k capable executives and helpful pastureKev. The one or ani/atmn which is rhu,Ilyresponsible piers :
t A. M. Chisholm, of the Christian for the \ <-ry charming social lurking III> medicine. I j
The W. C. T. U. aided in obtaining |
church, is a young man ol ability who life of this community is the American '
is well beloved by his own flock and all Woman's 1 L.ajIJ'whos... beautiful an appropriation) o( $;MX\)( ) from the

others who know him. Rev. A. J, Holt, chapter house is located on Stewart avenue -:| legislature of Illinois for a statue ofr

', D.D., pastor of the Baptist church, has and Mabbette .street. The league Miss Francis E. YVillard now in
been in the city only a few weeks, but has been now in existence nearly three I Statuary Hall, Washington D. C. ; the

l ;' in that time has shown himself a.bril years, and during that time has includedin only woman" thus honored.
i It first secured the appointment of
liant preacher and a strong leader. its membership the most representative -
t Rev. II, T. Gaines, of the Methodist women in the city. It is not con- police matrons, now required in nearly

+ church, Is also a recent comer to the tent with the ordinary social life of a aU- the large cities of the United Stales.

city, but has already demonstrated his club, but feels that it owes a duty to {> During the entire session of Congress

efficiency; in every way. Rev. S. S. the community to stand as the conserver the W. C. T. U. keeps a Super t :: .
intendent of Legislation in Washingtonto
Snyder baa been longer here, and is a of the best things in Kissimmee. Its
4 pastor beloved to a large number of Tuesday night socials have come to bea look after reform bills. "
.r local He The W. C. T. U. was among the first I First Baptist Chmrch I I
people was formerly a mar unique institution here, bringing together
sionary in Japan.- and the mission Inter-I in a pleasant social way the to ask for an appropriation by the .I I
United States Congress for amusement -
I halls, libraries, and better food State, the National and the World's aiee and social reform, and to work' A Nice Gift Package.My .
nr. f*_ T. TT- for the overthrow of the alcohol
fpr the soldiers, which appropriationnow 'complete "Express Box" of mixed citrusfruits ..
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tf, v. _ l"r ;':'' 1 amounts to about two million The National W. C. T. U..Conventionof and the opium trades. packed especially for the holiday
1 pc .dollars. 1911 will meet in !Milwaukee: and the The W. .C. T. U. of Kiasimmee meetsat trade and for those wishing to remember

a r: / t j. ... l'l'iy.j 'I Organization among colored people ia prospect la that I it will be even larger the chapter house the second Fridayof friends at a distance, containing

/ encouraging feature of W. C. and more enthusiastic than that of any each BM>nth. All are cordially Invited anges, grapefruit tangerines and kum-offered ,
I a very quats, is the best !gift package -
I '. . I Ti U work also among the Indians In. proceeding year. to attend these meetings. Price $1.00 per box, let, .. b.
ltr Indian schools.. WHY Wta WEAR!: 'Ttas WHITB RIBBON
<" 1 The department of organization: ANNA A. GORDON THE BOARD OF TRADE. R, Overstreet, Kissimmee, }1.. 44-tf

", among foreign-speaking people prints As* members of the Woman's Christian -' Among the factors'which have helped Boarding ease bale.

and circulates literature in twenty Temperance Union we love and make Kissimmee' grow none has had a

different languages; and keeps a mis- wear the white riljbon- bow. |I larger place than the Board of Trade. Boarding: house of nine rooms, including -

N. sionary at the port of New York. It is It is the beautiful badge of our j This organization: has been instrumental bath-room. Hot and cold water,
u bath, toilet and sink electric lights.
planning to increase as rapidly as ,organization, heaven born to promote I apt only in bringing: many of the )House. furnished complete; and filled

possible, the number of languages in a holy cause. recently acquired industries to the city, with boarders at this time. Large lot
which literature is printed. It is a blessed bond of fellowship but by its active boosting has aided materially 130x150.() Can he purchased on very
among our members.It I in the increase of population.This reasonable terms. For particulars call
The W. C. T. U. has created a great on or write us. II. M. BREAKER &
literature distributing: many millions of is a privilege, of which. we are I live body ban gotten back of every Co. 47-tf

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Nit # official W. C. T. U. paper. .
t. About six hundred thousand meetingshave ,'? -

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est of the church have received a great : older residents of the city and the new DayjDHer 1LLi $

j, a, impetus under his pastorate. Rev.1i comers. These socials have brought to'
r.. talents which would I THIS
David Kidd, rector of the Episcopal light otherwise
1 t church, lives at' Narqoossee. but he !have remained hidden. They have made j PORTABLE

.:: e gives the local church his careful attention the good folks who have .come here LAMPFOR
n and under his guidance a strong/ from all points ot the compass feel that

a S. organization has been built up. Rev. they are welcome to Kissimmee. They
1 has had of' have furnished the finest sort of enter HOMESTORE'
_ I. r Fr. Fox, of Orlando, charge I +
r '1 the inauguration of Kissimmee's newest tainment to young and old. ,,..
F church the Catholic, This faithful | The local chapter is affiliated with the

i congregation has worshipped under dif | national organization. Its organizers

}b '' ficulties' during its development, but I|' and charter members, were, Mrs. Solomon I OFFICE.rr
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':.":"" will soon have a splendid brick church B. Aultman, Mrs. J. M. Willsbn, $ \

j that :would be a credit to a much larger Jr., Mrs. H. Clay Stanford, Mrs. M. I J Z.48

6 ,f city. Katz, Mrs. G. W. Be'st, Mrs'' Vv- L. _
of Winn, Mrs. Fred Stalker, Miss Bicker-
''u 4; Practically half the population I
- the other dyke, Mrs. H. W. Thurman. fmcj *! W4 -
s ,, Kissimmee belongs- one or i C.5.C1 uLIS COMPLETE -J
r,' !' of the churchy, which are all prosperOus The lots upon which the chapter I I A*,..... I I
S aggressive, and happy in their task!; house stands were !given by the Misses //This Lamp is handsomely

?J; of conserving the morals of the city. Campbell of Norriatown, N. J. The nickelled, height 29 inches, S -I-,

' S .. That their efforts are successful Is chapter house serves. as the home, not self- -
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h ; d shown by thefreedotn of the city from only of the league but of the W. C. T. equipped with

vice-and trim,,by the high moral standard W. regret that through neglect not our cleaning needle, globe and LUMBER LATHS' MOULD'NGS' SHINGLeS
"s v f which j/retratle/ and by the universal own, we are unable to present in this pump. Usual price $22.00.

reepeet'which'! .l le'showri toward 'the. [fasue a picture of the very beautiful We have the best I line of Mantles ,Jf :
>T' house which both to its exterior
cburehu. .*, .. .. .), : and interiqr would be an ornament ; .
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TH.tFRAT I\NITES. to any city, large or small.
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nut be/pf Jrpt iatorganizationethoses'l SHIP FRUITS LAS Co.. .
3 ( .b ,b.'ar. strong' *fox.' membership! endS Light -Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville, Florida '
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-, p i .Utuboo ,u'e: expected '''to' do.. The VINZAIMT&CO.JACKSONVILLE. 111 EAST BAY ST. Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida, ,is welhmaniofactured ,

', ,) .. :lodges at present organized are the.Ma- .41 "' FLA. . JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload Iota are exceptionally good.Ct" .. f

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4 cea.It baa hundreds of -charn\ipg; and in the pursuits, of, .the ,busy,
attractive homes. The';, city was laid workaday world. 'There are1 'few'Who I
I out on a large scale, and' there is little are',content with the wealth they have is isF 7)'
of the crowding into apartment bouses., accumulated, though many of them ,
Most of the home. have been built on have what some people would consider;: \
: r.u ample,, ]ota. They Pare .surrounded by ample. The tasks which Kissimmee.
lawns and flowers and trees. The na holds out to every...willing man who
tive oak. which'have been left oh many conies__here,._are still beckoning all our '
places add greatly to the attractiveness people, and they have not had time to
of the city. There are a number of devote themselves to the easy work. of
small orange groves within the city spending money and creating ''show
limits and the dark green leaves and places about their homes. That may k,
the golden fruit form a decorative feature perhaps come in time, though we doubt
of the home. that would be dfficult it, for It is so much fun to work In Kis 11r ,
to match in any northern or western simmee that there is little inducement
city. In H.he older parts of.the city particularly to stop for play: f ,
H CLAY STANFORD vegetation bas reached a high We wish "''e-t ad space to show all ..
state of development, and it would be the attractive,
difficult to surpass the charm of the Kisaimmee.cozy We cannot homelike do that homeaIn but Ill", _ . "I 1<. '. J ..,...- p" ''."''' ,.r' ho/nes/ lying in a tropic wealth of tree these few will show the ';
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"' The following descriptions of City Property, Orange Groves and Farm Lands are for sale by our firm and we will take pleasure in showing these places to prospective customer and

,believe that within this list anyone can-be suited, who desired .to better their condition come to a more congenial Healthful climate where they can live a larger, fuller, freer life, eJ\joYthe,

hospitalities of a kind, congenial people, who are progressive and ever ready to give .the glad hand to respectable citizenship. REMEMBER we grow'all the Citrus Fruit successfully and profitablyand

the Finest Vegetables through mid-winter when other countries are lying dormant. Daring the summer season, when people in New York Philadelphia, Cleveland and Chicago, as well a. many other northern cities
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V were perishing from heat exhaustion and sunstroke we hare no record of a single case of death by these causes. While it gets warm in the sunshine at the same time it is always cool and pleasant in the shade'and at nigbl I

t : V can sleep under light covering in mid-summer, thus we get np feeling fresh and rested from a pleasant nights sleep. In mid-winter while the /North and West are shoveling snow and consuming their summer's earnings for .

n winter's fuel and 'feed, we are antomobiling without 'extra wraps and our stock is running on the range with no care nor feed, except what they gather from the pastures. This country has a bright and prosperous future. }

People will be flocking here from every State in the Union and here'are great opportunities for safe and profitable investment We have a long list of satisfied cnstomesr will give references to anyone interested and use every

'MV y endeavor to locate our customers satisfactorily and to their advantage. This is our strongest advertisement. If you do not see a description of a place to suit your means and desires in the f following, kindly write us, giving '(r

detailed account of what yon... want and how yon want to pay for it and we will at once send yon a faithful description with all particulars something thar we think will fill your desires. \, '

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; i, PINEHURST HOME NO. 21 : This property is local beautiful view from the front porch looking down SCHNEIDER LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE fruit Into oranges, tangerines and grapefruit and set-
9 j ed in the Eureka Addition just outside the city limits Main St. Farm level good soil 17t acres in culti- NO. S3: This tract contains 120 acres of splendid land ting peach trees between. Very cheap at $12500 on
ii on high ground; there u good drainage and an exceed- vation, 6 acres of pasture land never been ploughed; about :20.! acres: of which is excellent muck land, adjoinsthe terms of one-third cash, balance from one to five
] ingly healthful location; there are some beautiful over 200 bearing orange trees, some splendid Japanese Lake fine for/trucking/ farming or growing hay. years. These groves properly handled will make all
VVV i young: pine trees about the premises and it is exceedingly persimmon trees; 6-room frame house celled, in good It has a quarter mile frontage on a beautiful large the deferred payments ana support 2 families besides
" 1' yi healthful to breathe the atmosphere that passes preservation, porch in front and along .one aide; 3 lake that is connected with 6 other lakes by means of This place could well be divided into several different
through these trees from off the lake; there is a 2- room servant house; barrTwith stalls for 6 horses, artificial canals, fenced and cross fenced into 5 or 6 ,.farms if desired. Owner is a non-resident is why
(; story house of 4 large"rooms. 2 down-stain and,l 2 upstairs driveway through the the center; hay mow above; cow different parte'with hog wire fence. There is a !lot of this place can be had so cheap. ,
t the Rouse ii well ventilated, has 5 closets, back barn chicken yards and chicken house; front yard full excellent hammock land on this farm, a great many .
and front porch and front veranda, can stand on this at beautiful shade and ornamental shrubbery; pro- acorns each year, producing an abundance of fine hog BUSBY FARM, NO. 27: This splendid little farm
,, veranda and get a beautiful view overlooking the perty owned by a widow lady, living in Pittaburg.ice feed; considerable virgin pine timber sufficient for all contains 20 acres 01. excellent .Iand all under cultivation ,!
, town and the Lake for miles; this property fronts to 4500, time on $2.000:! ( ) if desired. An excellent the buildings one would care to use, and a saw mill but 4 acres that ia fenced hog tight and has a i
the east, has 294 feet frontage on Hudson St., by home with city advantages yet freedom of the country. about 2 miles away. As much as 80 acres of this good growth of virgin pine timber; running water
, \ .t 1374 feet deep, giving ample room for a nice little SLADE FARM NO. 19: This farm contains 80 acres farm is excellent citrus fruit land; they also grows through the hog pasture' about 2 acres of bearing ','
M orange grove, vegetable garden and poultry industry. of. land located about 1 mile from railway station and me of the finest melons and sweet potatoes that can orange trees, several Japanese persimmons, some
q V ,A sick person could hardly help getting well on this 6 miles from Klssimmee the county seat; school and be found in the country, no better combination trucK- grapefruit and peaches 2 nice grape arbors; box house
1i I'! splendid property; ,has a deep artesian well 169 feet church about 1 mile. The land lies comparativelylevel ing and farming/ and citrus fruit ground in the country, of 4 rooms, 2 porches;; several outbuilding for grain; '
deep; a pretty home where taxes are low and anexceilent ,- ia rich dark gray ash soil with fine chocolate an excellent place for the poultry business. 3-room stables; shed etc. finest shade in this part of the tj!
, location. Price $1350' half cash balance sub-soil; good farming and citrus fruit land; 20 acres frame cottage, stables and a good sized barn. The country; a line of live oaks, maples and pine trees in "J;
"'.. favorable terms. in a splendid state of cultivation fenced find cross great value of this proposition consists of 2 splendid the front, outside palms, some beautiful cedar trees,
BROWN FARM, NO. 23: 40 acres of land a quarter fenced; 5 acres of orange grove, most of which is fine groves, one grove of about 9 acres that has perhaps magnolias, crepe myrtles and oleanders and roee.'d
o. mile from railway station, 4 miles from Kissimmee; large bearing trees in good condition, a small portionof 40 grapefruit trees, one dozen tangerines, the balancean bushes, one of the most .beautiful yards in Florida; r./
i nch, dark gray soil with splendid chocolate sub-soil, it, small trees just coming on; considerable oakland excellent variety of orange trees, fine and thriftyand this little farm is a paradise except the buildings and )":,'
25 acre well adapted to citrus fruits 15 acres of lower is tine hammock land and the balance has mixed in good healthful condition. Another grove near they are comfortable. Price 3250. J
ground, well drained, splendid for trucking, 15 acres oak and pine timber. Some colonization lands adjoining the house of about 8 acres, perhaps half of which are
I' J cleared and fenced balance of the land fenced on 3 held at $30 to $35 per acre with no Improve- magnificent grapefruit trees. The fruit on these tee >s FWITCHELL SUBURBAN FARM, NO. 22: This "
1 sides; 4-room frame house, 2 tire places nice shade ip ments this farm has a box house of 4 large rooms, :2! sold this last crop for $2.25 per box for the grape- place contains 10 acres, is fenced complete i; half In
the yard; 12 splendid bearing/ orange trees large pear porches good stable. 2 grain Inns wagon and tool fruit and tangerines and 8Oc per box for the oranges cultivation and planted to oranges, grapefruit and
f tree and a few peaches; 2 porcbes to the residence; shed and hay mow above, this splendid,property at $50 without expense to the owner. Quite a lot of young tangerine with peach trees and Japanese persimmon
school and church within BOO yards; nice little farm. per acre on terms of half cash, balance terms to suit trees just coming into bearing; There is enough; landin between the citrus fruit treea. This is located in"
) Price $40 per acre half cash time on the balance. the customer. A magnificent grove can be frown herewith cultivation ready for planting to run this grove up Pinedale, just outside the city limits, giving advantages _.+
i", HAMEL FARM. NO. 44: This splendid property adjoins but little expense and now being Mitticient! grovw to 4U< acres. This. farm can be made worth Forty or of high school( (churches good markets and ,
the city limits and contains :23J! acres of land can to pa\ the expense of growing a larger one. A good Fifty Thouspnd. Dollars without /great expense by 4,000 good neighbors. Cheap at $1250, time on $ 09 ,;
'r' drive right off the hard marl road onto the land; home for anyone planting the balance of. the land that is ready now for if desired. i ,.
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PEGHORN PROPERTY. No. 101. This tract contains of Ki-SMimnre; has about\ half n mile lake front on a great proposition and the owner have too much business wagon: abed ; all the. Innd in cultivation but about 13

I.;' 278 acres, located J% miles from railway station b..utifullarjt'' lake; property runs from the county road to look after it and develop it as it should be- acres for pasture; 4 acres tiled and Irrigated by the ,.!
;, on a well-traveled road .I .dlng to the southern part of east to the lake; excellent hummock land nn which flowIng would make a high-grade colonization tract. I want to Sanford system. This land has produced over $600 per

the county; two miles from a town of 2,500 people; wells can be had, there o'lnlnnw\ three flowing well. show you this property, introduce you to the owners and acre in 5 months time, leaving the balance of the year '

;;. eight miles from Kissiramee, in Osceola Co. Land lie. on the property} ; about 15 or 20 acres in Cultivation; help. you to get possession of one of the best propositions for other crops. We want to show you this farm and
comparatively I level; !S4O acres fenced for pasture fence fenced and cross fenced; 10 acres of citrus fruits, con- of the country. Can be had on favorable terms sell it to you on* favorable terms; no finer land In Flor-

needing some repairs; about 4O acres of cypress land, sisting of oranges; grapefruit and tangerines; more than of payment. ida and a great money-maker; fine fishing from the r4

I covered with timber that will furnish telephone. and telegraph half. the grove good large thrifty trees; six-room house. kitchen door, the boWIe being located on the. banks of a i'
poles and fence posts-we believe that there Is with two porches, beautiful view of the lake from the BEAUTIFUL LITTLE FARM INSIDE THE CITY beautiful stream. f' I r

enough timber on each acre topay twice the price of porch, also can see the town plainly. This farm contains LIMITS. This tract contain. 20 acres, fenced and cross ,".2
1 I this cypress land; balance pine timber considerable crosstie 87 acres and 'is the kind of land that usually sells for fenced; all in cultivation except a few acres In pasture DERBYSHIRE PROPERTY. This property is t

timber, some commercial saw timber; the balance $100 per acre without Improvement. it being tine ham- for horse and cow; beautiful cottage! of 6 rooms complete about 7 blocks from the Court House, Inside the city f

can be used for fueL More than 800 acre ft orange mock citrus fruit land. This place, with the improvements comfortable and coey, well built and designed for limits ; broom house; 9 acre. of splendid ground land

I and fanning land on this tract; 15 acres in cultivation; can be had at $8,700 on most favorable terms of comfort and pleasure; beautiful Are place and nice plotted all around It for city residences and built op ,

''I'I... acres of orange grove; about one-third nice bear- payment; owned by Jlon- sldent. The same.party' has l porch; ornamental shrubbery In the front yard ; extra- away beyond. Price $1,250. "
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lag trees, balance young trees; ilx-room frame house of' 390 acres of splendid land on the opposite side of town ordinary fine place; large barn of two stories. This is i'
not great .value. Business house on the corner of the coming up within three-quarters of a mile of the city one of the prettiest homes in the country and for business TWITCHELL RESIDENCE. This beautiful little '1

I farm, an old established general merchandise business, limits and extending to within half a mile of another reasonstthe party desired to selL Let us show you cottage has 6 rooms, 9 porches, nice yard, beautiful view 'l;
.. rented now to a merchant from Georgia for $200 during railway town on the north) will make splendid farmingand this property you can deal direct with the owner. of the lake and flne breeaes from across the .waters. 1\

.U V-, School house on the land 100 yards from the citrus fruit land| fine grove adjoining this place on Price-J,500
',' t church a quarter of a mile. This place is splendidProperty the south, proving that It Is excellentcitrus fruit 'land. EDGEWATER FARM. This farm has 1% miles ;,
for building up a fine grove and a.good home- Very cheap at $35 per acre, favorable terms. . lake front-can go from the city dock across the lake to REWIS PROPERTY. Half a mile from the Court "
I good neighborhood. Cheap at $25 per acre; $ ,i50 encumbrance this farm and the products of the farm are broughtacross House, nice 5-room cottage with porches and closets, all ;;,
on this place. Owner might take Kansas PEACH ORCHARD. This place contains 7 acres ,with a barge, a car load at a time; about built fo'r convenience and comfort. $1i.50. .\i

property In exchange', he being a non-resident. a quarter of a mile from railway station school and one thousand acres of land ; perhaps two hundred acres
S, church; about miles from Klssimmee. Price $l-0 per in (cultivation balance finest of J pasture. lain, Some KAT/ IIOMIThis: beautiful home is on Main St. j

.I FLEMING GROVE .No. 29. This place is loc.ter acre. The owner needs the money in his business. Oneor of the finest. muck land I Inti". Stale of coincident to the business part of town; has 8 nice large, '

one mile from railway station, school and church; three two crops of peaches should pay the! entire amount. Florida on this place. Three sets of Improvements airy rooms, beautifully arranged for comfort, convenience ;1
3-room one 4-room and one 6-room house, with accompanying and pleasure. beautiful and "
+ miles from Kissimmee. All good land ; contains 46 one ; yard good surroundings; ,;
acres, 9 acres of splendid bearing grove; different varieties SOUDERS PROPERTY. This fine little property' outbuildings three fine. be.rlnlgrov\ aggregating good neighborhood ; garage buggy shed stables, wood' ,
,: of fruits; large 7-room house; good stables; Is located about one block from the Court House on one about 4O acres; one irrigation plant of the- house servant house, everything complete and comfor-
1 about SO acres in cultivation. All good land for farmIng of the best residence parts; is 132 feet one way by 262! Skinner system with fine engine and everything complete table and cheap at $3,. 00; terms. If desired.
and trucking. Price $7,000terms; If desired. feet the other; Has a splendid 4-room house! with bathroom covering about 5 acres; can be extended. if desired
,, and enclosed porch; good stables; land all set out withliut little expense as tlw plant 'is already. established WALTERS GROVE. One and one-quarter miles
to and three trees In ; it fine flowing well and about 5 acres irrigated from
grapefruit miles
GETZ TOWN GROVE. This place contains 40 large orange bearing; railway junction- from a town of 9,500
t w acres of land Inside the city limits, all cleared and In fine shade.; plenty of room to build two more!: houses; by the San ford tiling system: ; a great proposition, $50 people, 20O! yards from 8c1.oo1. quarter mile from church;

;: cultlv.tionroom house, good stables; 20 acres of bearIng present house rented for $20 per. month. Price, $2,750; per acre. Land across the lake without any Improvement 10 acres of land cleared, fenced and cross fenced; about
time half If desired.ROfcFEHPROPKRTY. selling from $50 to $80 per acre. We desire to one-fourth fine mostly .
on or more bearing grove grapefruit, a few .;
orchard; owner just fell heir to a great fortune and
slaw this property to someone who wants a farm or a the balance
tangerines, oranges; good stables, chicken
by terms of will Is to occupy the home farm near Galesburg -
: This Is a new concrete cottage high-grade; first class colonization proposition. Favorable house. grain bin and wagon sited, 1; 3-room house; 9
Ill, and for this reason desires to sell this farm
and return to the old home to settle up the estate. Price with nice large porch in front and porch in therear terms can l be had. V- well; 7y acres of this/ land Is extraordinary fine fruit 1
5 and bath well' built all nice and land, of the land lower '
of this property' $9,500, favorable terms. ; rooms room; 9'/s acres ground-flne for :
new; about six blocks from the Court House. Price BROCK, ORLANDO TRACT, containing 40 acres, trucking.; This miigiiillrent property can he had for l
$1.>00 on favorable terms of payment. The samp party or will be sold in two -40-acre farms, within three milesof $liOO on \1')' favorable terms of payment.
4 FISIILAKE FARM I. 1"0.99. This splendid property has three nice building lots on the opposite side of the the city limits of a town of 0,500 pe'ol'lr--a town of
contains GT4 acres, located on fine lake than .
a more a
and fine residences is
beautiful lakes owner a non-
street, $250 per lot, on terms If desired. ;
mile of beautiful lake front; a great deal of this farm resident and will sell for $25 per acre on favorable McFAHLAJM FOLLETT LANDS. These lands are
is finest of rich prairie muck soil; about 400 acres of terms. Come and let us show.you. located in Park Garden and have a beautiful lake front, '
EMMKTT: : nOYETTE LAND. Forty acres of
magnificent. prairie, balance timber-part high pine land -- rich dark soil; flowing wells can be had on any acre of
splendid citrus fruit and trucking land 2% miles from
t and part hammock; some' buildings and about 100 orange HEWINS PROPERTY. About blocks from the it; contains about 15 acres besides a lot of riparian
Boyette, less than 20 miles from the beautiful city of
trees; located midway between St. Cloud and Kissimmee rights! land splendid for pasture. Will introduce -
; Tampa. This tract can be had for $Sl5 per' acre on termsof Court House on a good street' good .s- oom frame house ; C1lltomer
junction town 2 miles railway station half a mile. This to the owners with whom deal direct.
; they can tfM
1 A one-fourth cash, balance in 1, 9 and 3 years, with 7% stables and about three acres of excelent land ; land laid
is one of the-finest properties in the country; could develop on deferred payment out in city lots all around this place and built up for These are old people not able to manage the land. "

") : a magnificent proposition here with but little expense. half a mile beyond. Owner Is a non-resident. Cheap -;

Price $35 per acre, favorable terms if desired. at $!lOOO time on half If desired.A .
CARSON. BLACKWELL PROPERTY. This ; PINEDALE. 4-ACRE FARMS. Pineda'le joins the J
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r splendid property' has a delightful location being near city limits and is cut Into 5-acre farms and Is being ,6t r
Vt IIANSGARTEN GROVE. This property contains the beautiful East Lake Tohopekaliga. the station on the fine little city farm of 5 acres less than I mile sold out to a high-class of good i cltimenship from the .
fillA I 60 acres of land 40 acres of which Is line grove land Sugar Belt Line being on the land; residence 100 yards from the business portion of the town; good 6-room North and West; convenient to high school privileges I if.'(
V remaining 20 acres extraordinary fine trucking and farmIng from comfortable house, outbuildings; arranged for chicken industry
\ the station consisting of a splendid good markets, churches, etc, Prices range from 93tO to
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land; 8 acres of magnificent bearing grove that will and arbor a lot of citrus fruits planted out; good
t large house with three porches eight good rooms grape ; 9375 per tract; favorable terms .f payment. ,
.4' \ f pay a large rate of interest on the entire* price of the' automobile garage large barn store building and about water; enough Umber for fueL Together with household t

l n property] about 15 acres of timber; balance cleared 30 small residences for help the tract, of land contains goods,'$ ,500. favorable terms of payment This Is'a '....;

t mostly in cultivation. Large new frame house complete 900 acres, every acre valuable for farming and cirrus little farm and a'good home right In the city limits. DIBBLE LAKESIDE FARM. This land Is located .
';' >-., with 9 rooms, splendid basement; good barn; located 1% fruits; 10 acre. of splendid young grove just beginning in Park Garden, the richest land In Florida; has a '

:: t.I 41 miles from the city limits, beautiful view of the town .to bear; 40 acres more cleared and ready to plant. Half PARK GARDEN FARM, located 1 less than two beautiful &-room house with, porches fronting the! lake; .,;

-V' a' and lake from the residence. Will Introduces customer to a mIl.fr m the above, belonging to the same parties: miles from the city limits fronting on Shingle Creek; nice shade about the house tiDe flowing well 174.feet

.' V owner and they can deal direct- Magnificent property we. have 50 acres of land all good soil, adapted to citron a fine little farm containing about 93 acres. Has a deep; land fenced into different fields, rick and productive
I and worthy 01 closest Investigation. fruits and fanning with IT acres of bearing grove, excepting 5-room house, two porches; finest flowing well In the ; owner Is In other lines of business and is willingto ,.
d .V a few trees that have bees replanted| boos of ,country, carries the water 10 feet above the surface of sell this property for leas than it is worth. and Ob "
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;. :- I WALLACE GROVE AMD"FARM, No. 55. TbbI'ff' four rooms. This tract comes to within half a mile UK earth i. another well for house use, convenient to favorable terms. The! tract contains !85 herd. Value.;. ;,
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property'"Is located about 3V4 miles from the city limits of the city.limits of a town of fl.500 people. This IS .' the kitchen door; good barn stables, bay mow, tool and 116,100; terms If desired. 10,

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.'r We have'many other farms, ranches, city property, Kiss min e' : :.'f

orange"groves for-.Ie on favorable terms. Desire NELSON REALTY CO (

correspondence: ; references to 'anybody interested. Florida 'i
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