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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 23, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00530
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Crowd of Tourists Watching the Alabama Paving Company THE ORANGE: CITY ._ I
Fam Fell Tract of Crew
tis .. Laying Vitrified Brick on Broadway Kissimmee.. AEROPIM[ [ ARRIVES -'j

I Suggestion Regarding the Party

: Seven Thousand Acres mg on Broadway.The Kissimmee Has Its First Airship. Mr.. "

Valley Gazette this week has Patton Comes to Start Aviation t. .>
spoken to several
of our' local people
Purchased by Narcoossee Farm i about one-third muck land and about regarding a proposition to plant In ,the School in This City. :
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andTownsite Company. To be i, two-thirds pine land. s ;, (4 parkway on Broadway orange, grapefruit Kissimmee has an aeroplane Mr. M. .

'To those unacquainted with conditions and tangerine trees, to replace F. Patton, the Inventor of a somewhat
cut into 20-acre tracts and sotto d'i', in this section our statement: may seem the palms which have been removed. new type of biplane, accompanied by ; f

Northern people for truck; absurd when we say that five acres is The suggestion has been received with Mr. W. L. Hunt, an expert aviator,

considered a good-sized vegetable farm enthusiasm it being the opinion ofjall both of Birmingham, Ala., arrived 'in
and citrus growing.
and that at least two men are requiredto to whom we have spoken that the plan the city'Thursday They brought with, ".

become cultivate it, but it is a fact nevertheless ,would bring the city a great deal of desirable them one aeroplane, and expect another'
New town of Narcoossee to
p I as every person: who has tried 4 advertising. A great many soon, and will very shortly take up
leading produce and fruit: it can testify. Also, that it is not at \ visitors who come to Florida anticipatewith their headquarters on the aviation field

.'t/()/ Jl market of state. A subsidary all unusual for one of these five-acre great pleasure their first- sight of at Park Gardens, just south of town on -
farms to produce $IOO( worth of vegetables ; an orange tree. A city which will pro- Shingle creek.

company will handle products' to the acre per year three and. vide this sight in the parking of its 1 To the Valley Gazette Mr Patton, I

of groves and gardens. and sometimes' four separate crops w>- main street will receive favorable com ,' wh appears to be a very modest and

tag grown in one year on the same r e 'sow' iy ment all over; the country. capable young man, stated that it will j

Something over a year ago a few' men i ground We. submit the proposition to the take prpbably two weeks to get the ma-

of means met in Cincinnati, 0., and 1 It would require too much' space and Hall & Paynter ladies of the tillage Improvement As- chine in readiness, and "tuned Up" for

discussed the advisability of the organization make this article tiresome did we go Broadway is divided laterally by a wide parkway, leaving: a 26-foot driveway I| sociation, who have graciously taken flights.: They expect to start an aviation

of a company, the objects of into the details of the numerous vegetables 'on either side. The picture shows the driveway on the west side of the over the careof -the parkway. To school here, and an experimental 1 ,

Which were to purchase a large: tract grown; here and the'qualitV and street. At the leftr' of the picture is .the curbing around the parkway. The I I start the movement the following have station, expecting later, as the demand '

of land in Florida, cut it up into small I quantity per acre, but we will say work of paving is now about completed on the west side from Stewart avenueto promised to provide and plant. large, shall appear, to build a factory for '

tracts, and sell then to persons who>. that muck land such as is found on this Uakin avenue, three long blocks, and.jon the east side, two blocks. i healthy trees: building aeroplanes, a company having

desired to come South and grow citrus i Fell tract is producing celery, cabbage --- Col. W. A. McCool.Mr. been formed for that purpose. Mr.

fruits or vegetables; or merely to spend I lettuce, tomatoes: potatoes, onions John McPhatter.The Patton talked very reluctantly saying j
Ions of although the hay
:. the winter months. peas and beans and more of them will reach syrup 150 tons. crop "E[ LIKES[ [ [[ Valley Gazette.We that he did not like to talk of what ha

Very little was accomplished at this i and of better qualiti than any other The famous Shaker colony is located JSSIMMEE have no doubt that in a short intends to do. He hopes, however, to ___ .. -
v S meeting, but those who were present; land in 4.heUnited States! and that time enough trees could be secured to make Kiiuimmee the headquarters for .
less than three miles from this tract,
were so impressed with the scheme i there are hundreds of men in this ,.ec- make the parkways spo II'or unrivalled an extensive industry, and his f
and the fruits and vegetables grown by Iowa Man Writes to appar- '
',' that it was but a few weeks until I tion who are amassing fortunes from apiece Entertainingly beauty and attractiveness, and a very ent earnestness and sincerely would t
these stand at the head of the
tHey were again in consultation, and at; of ground the size the: average list. Their pineapple which consists Nome Paper of the Delights of little effort-after the'cows are removed seem to presage success ...

that meeting the foundation was laid 'Western farmer uses for a barnyard. of about ten thousand grove plants, is Life in This City from the streets-will keep the treesin We believe that the least Kissimmee

for what will become the monumentalsuccess I | To be more exact, there are between the very best condition. Let us can do for this modest and substantial I '
by far the finest in Florida, and their I
of the century in the matter of \ twenty-five hundred and three thousand pines sell on the local market for from The following letter was written to make Kissimmee be known as "The young man is to build him a hangar, at dy

cooperative colonies. .I acres of muck land in this tract that 40 to 60 cents each.: Their bananas, the Ossian, (Iowa,) Bee, by Mr. C. II. Orange. City." a very small expense, on the aviation t r yr P

At this second meeting a committee i, are particularly adapted to vegetable: which are of the Cavendish variety, Blanchaine, at present a resident of field. We suggest that this matter be '
was appointed to draft a charter which i, I growing, and those who are so fortunate have this city. It represents so perfectlythe mayor appealed to the citizens of the taken up at once.
an unusually large crop season .
would include all the features necessaryto as to take:them up and enter the no"su opinions of all who reside here for town, especially resident owners, to
I and their vegetables have '
place the company on a sound, safe i, trucking industry are certain of a life a time that we take pleasure In pub throw open their doors, and help care
perior. But it is not that these good WILL HARWELL DIES[
w i- and sure financial footing, and that t: :j of comfort and a good margin left over lishing it: for the traveling: public. In this con- \,
people are any better farmers or fruitgrowers
committee in due time reported the>, i j for rainy days and old age. than hundreds of others in this Mr. T. F. Schmitz, Editor Ossian Bee, nection I venture to say there is not a "
+ completion of their work which i ir in i' Of the pine lands, which are under; Ossian, Iowa: family in the city with a room to sparein Passing of Well Beloved Gwen is
state that makes their products of such I
: brief was:. laid with a rich cluy, the best argument As I promised many of my friends-to [their ,home that hasp not from Shock to .,:f
'I the
r high class; it is the character of Community r
That the company be chartered underthe that they are by nature the natural land cultivate which is identical write and tell them about my trip to one to five roomers, and many procure
they ,
laws of the state of Ohio, that the, home of the orange, the grapeI Florida, and as I am sitting out in the board with these families. Living: is With a shock to the entire community -
with thousands of acres in this Fell
,', capital stock be placed at $250,000, anf I I fruit and the tangerine, one has only ton shade on the green lawn, with my coat about the same as in the north but came the news on Wednesday morn-

f that a body of land be purchased i iJ visit any one of the half a hundred tract. and vest off, enjoying the line southern I rentals are higher.As ing of the sudden death of Mr. William} r:

J Florida, which would be subdivided into groves In this immediate locality and There are many smaller farms adjoining breeze, I thought that a few lines I to climatic conditions I do not be- : Harwell, one of Kisaimmee's oldest and '

a five, ten and twenty acre tracts and I dotted all around this famous tract ando this tract, all money makers and !', through the columns Of the Bee would lieve there is a healthier spot on the' best beloved citizens. Only the day'\

sold to. those! who desired to come tr see the perfection to which they grow. the expression is common throughout reach them all. globe than in this part of Florida. before Mr. Harwell was on the streets, 1

.4. i this state of untold advantages and opportunities What more pleasing sight does man the county that if you grow fruits or Leaving Osuian! January 12, 1912, for Malaria is unknown in these parts. apparently in his usual health, and the ,

I and engage in vegetable and I, desire to witness than the grove ownedby vegetables or field crops or raise cattle I, Chicago, with the train five hours late, The surrounding are beautiful, one' of news of his death was heard with profound /"

f y fruit growing: or merely to reside dur- Mr. F. W. Hill within a stone's or hogs on the Narcoossee section you i and the thermoneter registering 34 degrees the beauties being Tohopekaliga Lake, sorrow. .

ing that time of the year when life i in throw of the depot at Narcoossee, or are certain to be prosperous and' havea below zero, our train did not pull a large body of water, seven miles : Mr. Harwell was one of those sterling bJ '-

the North is akin to misery while hareit that of Cadman, or Tiron, or Kribbs, good credit. into Chicago: until 11:00: a. m. the next across, with boats making two trips citizen, big hearted, kindly, gen l ;

5'' is filled with peace and comfort. or Aycock or Butler or Woodham or This tract of 7,000 acres has between day, Saturday, January 13. After daily to Kissimmee Park. This is an : ial,, counting honesty and honor su-

Provision was also made in this charter any others, for that matter? The Nar- eight and nine miles of lake front, the resting up a bit we left Chicago on the island fifteen miles square, consistingof preme, who seem to make themselves' ,4'

for the organization of a cooperative coossee! citrus fruit has a reputation larger part of which is East Lake To" I. C limited, a through train at 9:45: pine timber and prairie lands. This : almost essential to the life of a community p,

y company, which would handle the throughout the United States for flavor hopekaliga; one of the largest as wellas p. m. ((45 minutes late). This train was platted in 5 and 10 acre tracts, and and whose places seem particularly It

products of all those who purchased a and weight, and any buyer in the country one of the most beautiful bodies of was equipped with fourteen Pullman is sold mostly to northern and western hard to fill. He was probably the . *' r

tract of this land and raised fruits or will tell' you that he is always readyto water in Florida. Lake Hart, Lake coaches, all loaded to their full capacity, people, who have developed the timber best informed man in Osceola county
j vegetables, or of any other person in pay 'from 25 to 50 cents a box more Hendon and Lake A. J., all beautiful mostly all tourists, and a happier tracts into grapefruit and orange on land 'value, locations and ,t1Ue,", ...'..?"' .

ti the district who desired to. enter into for fruit grown in that section than forth bodies ot water, surrounded with mag- crowd you never cared to see, all of groves, while the prairie lands have having made a close study of these ,;'.. ';".;". ,

the. compact. t anywhere else in the state. nificent forests of oak pine whom climate matters for nearly thirty His r
r grown magnoliaand were seeking a warmer been converted into truck gardens. 1 year A ,i M'; :.
The report of this committee was There is 'no white fly in or around sweet bay trees' are also in this We arrved at Jacksonville, Florida, The country lias had an abundanco I word, was final authority with reference,,," j .of. '

adopted and the'company was'"at once Narcoossee to discolor the fruit, and tract, while any humber of smaller Monday, January 15. eight hour late. of rain all through the month of Jan I Iuary' to Osceola county property. M ,
chartered under the !laws of the Buckeye lakes and streams are dotted here and Jacksonville first' Mr. Harwell born f
the growers: in this section are deter was our stopping which is something unusual for was near Thomaston -

i t state, as the Narcoossee Farm and mined none shall ever be brought here there, forming a water. supply\ at all place, where we tarried a few days this time of the year, and unknown tQ Ga? March 14, 1842 He served "

't r Townsite Company, and is composed of by infected trees or boxes, which in itself seasons of the year for irrigating groves taking in the sights. We went out to the old "cracl; ;;;;," a name applied\ to in Wheeler's\ cavalry, ., se ;;jant to

) I : men who stand well up in the front makes the care of a grove less expensive and gardens. 1 the ostrich farm, and took in the old settlers. The rainy season is in the which he was promoted for gallantry/; t
financial and social
1\\ rank of America's the fruit much brighter and Florida is fast becoming the winter i amusements there. Here a negro 'I summer, but have been told that last and more than once commanded his r'
l the trees more productive. home of thousands of Northern men I hitched an ostrich to a sulkey and year was a very dry seatcrti. This country company when his superior officer'

After the minor details were workedout Ordinarily there are about fifty orange who can afford the luxury and who cannot I I drove him around'the race track, then I is not adapted to the raising of' were killed or wounded. lie came to t
t members of the set
I' company il grapefruit or tangenine trees endure the hardships!; that are en- I, unhitched him mounted his back and corn, oats and barley as we raise in Kissimmee twenty-eight; years ago and 7'
seek tract of land tecognizing I
out that tp moat a difficult task, confronted planted on an acre ,of ground, and we tailed by the cold months, and there is |I rode him around the race track. The ostrl..h Iowa, but is especially adapted to raising has lived here ever since. Mr. lIar- u

t' a who are accustomed to growing: this no place in all this state of magnificentand j is certainly a wonderfully strong fruit and vegetables of all kinds; well was an expert accountant and for :
for determined that
they were
soil I fruit usually place the annual income of picturesque places that can surpass bird. Jacksonville is a very busy place I besides these many things are raised years assisted.the different county and ,
t not only productive was necessary a tree at $4.after its fifth year, with a the shores of East Lake or Lakes Hen- and looks like a second Chicago.; It I is! here that can not be raised in the city officials. 'ialr
I to the furtherance of their but
small increase! every year thereafter.As don or Hart for such a home. These full of business and is a great jobbing north. : Harwell was married soon after
.also climate health and practical
k e from, frost. immunity a conservative estimate! we should bodies of water abound with every variety point for this part of the country.We 'I Common laborers are paid $1.75 per the war, his wife living only a few "" _'

Almost county in J Florida was I' say that it requires the expenditure of of fish known to our inland waters left Jacksonville for Kissimmee! day; mechanics $2.50 to $3.50 per day. :, years Of the union two children sun '"

every something U-HH, than 1100 a Year to care and the day does not pass during the onr destination, arriving here at 11:301: I There i is work for them the year around vive, a daughter, Mrs. M. Tiller, and a
visited and of
r n thorough inspection I for a five-acre grove, and as that grove hunting season when the sound of guns I I p. m., January 17. Our headquarters if they have the desire to work. son, Samuel Harwell. e' .
I hundreds of localities which
,r months! of time made and when the required should produce 11,000 per year, it is is not heard in the forests.: bringing( (': Will, be here for the winter. Kissimmeeis I Last! week Mrs. Blanchaine and I The funeral was held from the Methodist

simple figuring tor one to ascertain down the quail the! turkey or the pquir-1, a-thriving town of 3,0K( ) actual inhabitants attended the Orlando, Orange County church Friday" morning and was t
entire state had beenBine/ < over and the
to 'I what his profits will be on his invest red, or the bay of the hounds!! on the and about 5,000 inhabitants, I Fair. Think o* it-a county fair in attended by a large concourse of
merits of tract weighed, the Fell
every ment in that in"u-t tiy., trail of the deer. including tourists.!! Many who own I January. How dues that sound to you friends. IntermenJ; was in Kosehlll t
of Narcoossee
tract 7,000 acres wan
away and beyond in advance ot all On>" thin tract there" IH enough: virginpine What more can a man want on this their homes! come here to spend the | northern people? I IT ust say that the, cemetery. f e
earth than a home amidst the winters, and many who have spent a exhibits of fruit and vegetables
spreadingoaks were
others! in its advantages, t timber to run a sawmill for t< :
and possibilities!! -and it was opportunities purchased flitting I 25tlsl! lect a day, and''l'l, the fragrant magnolia and the few winters herd come to live here the grandest! j ever saw, in fact such a AWNINGS ARE REMOVED

in its entirety.If I Is iiMil.TKtood.. (he company will at once 'drooping c) prt-ss on the shore of a permanentlyBusiness! of all kind! IS display would be impossible at our northern -
I'beautiful! lake, where the represented in Kmsimmee, every one fair! Orlando; in a beautiful and t
I the. installation of to sun t'v..r"dn"M
thin... article was to hp read hy only h'll"1( a pliant put
those who live or have livcj-in this! section I tills litnl-HT in shape for the building of an gthe) cold and wintry blasts doing/ a thriving business, and not u up to date city of 5,000( people, the resident Broadway Property Owners Improve .

of Florida, it would l b. useless to I I Ihe liundri-ds of ....I'1e. that will cer1 I',are unknown while inmost at his backdoor place of any kind fojrent, consequently part of which is the finest and Appearance of Street 7 f
1 can be found wild of all Kissimmee needs more buildings and prettiest I have ever witnessed in all
he. erected this tract game 1 i
enterinto a description of this of tandy on during That there ia t
tsj y ; nothing which l is '
the 'I!inf t'woyrti+ There is hardly kinds in plenty? We don't know, hut dwellings for rental. Wonderful improvements i my travels.
1M land, for they know that nowhere on ( 11. contagious than the spirit of "
-'- the habitable-globe: can there! be found nri Here of thin pint land 'but what the ,if he does want more he will have to I ( of all kinds/ are being mad" I called on our former OssiinitPB and and improvement has been shown progress .4.
timber it will for the ,seek another world}--it's! not to be found here. i iLarfje old 1 townsmen-Phillip "Meyers, Frank on \. !, I
7,000 acr!?!s that no fit 1 the wants! of man on |pay clearing I Broadway this! week following the ('il"; ;
oh this earth in this day and time. -All numbers! of tourists vitit Kis.aimrn..e Limbeck and Chas. Allen. Meyers! and
and' fencing, which in itself will be
as the tract that more than a quarter an completion of the paving on Broadway :-.
...t 1 immense to of the those thing are here. Go over on the daily, and not long since the six i Limbeck are the proprietors of the
saving purchasers!!
of a century was selected by an between Stewart
.. ago ave. and Darlington
; _
; hotels of the could
not accommodate
j city KittHimmee Model Steam and "
4: I five, ten and tracts. Laundry '
English gentleman E. Ni Ison Fell twenty-acre ave., the property owners on the east '
(Continued on Pair Two) them. In view of these conditions the are doing a nice business. Philip is
"jf,.' who had traveled over the nest part of I Adjoining this! tract are also Home of foreman. He had his sleeves rolled up side of Broadway united in removing :

'. tne earth, as the most suitable place I the beat farms in this state, notably : i clear to his neck and hard at work. the clumsy wooden awningS which have ,

for a person' to spend a life of ease! the New Eden Plantation. The farm I i Frank is manager and sees to it that to a degree disfigured this street. This

and contentment surrounded by peace is owned and operated by a everybody is at work. Chas. Allen is change makes a decided improvement '

y; and plenty, but the Valley Gazette has the principal stockholder being.omlanY'1 I NOTICE TO BOOSTERS I good looking in: Kissimmee hale and hearty Park.and He is making is now in the appearance of the block, giving ,

thousands of readers scattered throughout Hahnan, of Altoona, Pa., foreman over a large gang of men andis it a more metropolitan air, and adding

every state in the Union, and it is foremost business men of the Keystone a very busy man indeed. considerably to the apparent width of .-t,,, 4

for their benefit that we here give a state The products of this farm are The meeting of the Board of Trade next Monday night should hunting This Is, but a great I am place not yet for fixed fishing to and tell the street. As a further improvement}

brief outline of the superior advantages mostly hay, sugar cane, sweet potatoes, be the best attended and the most enthusiastic in the history of you a fish having/ had an op- S. S, Buzza & Son have takeji the.con- -- 'ae-)

tit this immense body of 'land. hogs and cattle, although something the organization. There several portunity to grow" out a line and hookup tract for widening the sidewalk in
To begin with, there'are two kinds of less than fifty acres are each season are important propositions to to the present time. front of most of the property in this : .t

in Florida that are used for grow-: planted in Irish potatoes, tomatoes, be considered. That which u of chief immediate interest U Not wishing to burden you any longer block. The work 'in front of 'C. W. .I ; ,

Ed citrus fruits and vegetables-muck caboage and eggplant, the latter vege- the plan>> for a big celebration of the New Kiuimmee's progress you, 1 want want to to tell enjoy you the though winter that in If a store was completed the early' tt- K a t'j #

and pine land. Jt is on muck land table yielding this season several hundred which is under consideration.' The committee having this beautiful country and healthy climate part of the week, and is now being 4. Wv. p i

at the vegetables are grown that crates to the Bore, which broughtin matter in charge has a report that should be heard come to Florida. But do not miss coming carried further along the block. ; ; '
( by :: "
'it. every Kissimmee
ipply the tables of our Northern some instances more than $2 net per to ; it the place where .
business man and citizen who is interested can take comfort enjoy Kissimmee
in you yourselfand
every seeing was invaded
the cold and is on /
ends throughout wintry crate. Sugar cane the main crop of live cheaply. And besides it's p
land that the Kiuimmee continue: lo grow and Come out and help a by nearly a hundred St. Cloud folk *".
onths, and on pine gold. I this successful plantation, and the prosper. place where they don't hold you up is
',. fruit that so pleases the taste of all 'grind this coming season will amountto Kissimmee's boosters boost. Sincerely yours, who were on their way to the G. A. R* .. t

I l anlcind is produced. This tract hast something: like fifteen thousand gal- C. H. BLANCHAINE, encampment at Zep yrbll1e. They s .e- ''
Kissimme Park Fla. Feb 8 1912. to be "
proved '
very pleasant visitor 'its '
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4_. I Famous fell Tract of done by'the consolidation of small >hJp.-. .t
ments into carload lots The arrangement
Seven. Thousand Acn will '
/supplies in large
(Contlnuad from Pan On.) efit of the anfft l

BARGAINS fOR the large. This
shore of East Lake and see the prlnc e', businessworld not e

ly home of ,Dr. Ayers, or up, to Lake' the best that' U.U
Hendon and see that of Mr. T. Tinda, servation for '
nOMESHKCRS and you will not have.occasion( to doubt few quarts of : '
: !our/ sword that these homes breat I other vegetable it U
__ .. .
w ease, comfort, peace and plenty.It value for his ,
was on the shore of Lake. Hendon the local\
hi that Dr. Jno. E. Ennis, that grand ai nd fourths of the ; of

Look,'over the following list and if yon don't find anything to suit, let. noble old, man, established his sanitai ducer the ,;
for' the of tuberculosis son I
will find something to fill the order: any balance. offer '
n. know your want and. we sixteen years'ago. The doctor traVeY The company r

all over America seeking a place where I along the line of i *. '
EARL FARM.-90 acrea.Jtwo. and one-half miles from Kissimmee, the lives of those suffering with the commissioners
i level land, all fenced and cross fenced; over half in cultivation; great White Plague could be prolonge, from St. Cloud gh en'f

4-room houae, atables and good deep well. The same party haa 15 and when he came here he at once eX- soon as that ie legs "
acres inside the city limita, young grove, part fine trucking land, claimed, "I have found the place God to have "l
purpose put:
flowing well, 5-room house, atables etc. All for $5r.oo.oo. -, has prepared for those of His children Coast This is !
1 ==- PINEHURST HOME.- Thia pretty suburban home lies outside ,
stricken with that dreaded malady. act on the part II
of the city limits on the west, on high, dry land. The drainageis During the time Dr. Ennis kept his retreat one which / .M

good and it is a very healthful location, there being some beautiful open h-' had fifty patients, fort; prosperity of '
youn* pine trees g owinir around the house and it is exceedingly eight of whom he cured, one partial!; bring down
healthful to breathe the atmosphere that pauses through these! trees ana one (who was near the end when cers of !the Nar upon J
i from the'fake. The house hap four large rooms, two rooms upstairs he=entered) di(>d. Dr. Ennis extren ist Company
r and two down stairs, 5 closets. The house is well ventilated and has age'forccd him to clone his institution, I IJj

a rear porch, front porch and ,veranda, can Bland on this veranda and I and he now resides with his grandchi ( every county.
get a beautiful view of the town, lake and surrounding country. This clren:at St. Petersburg. I { |]
And who
property fronts Xo the east, has 294 feet frontage on Hudson street, I ml] diH'us8inlthe/: question with the I the are .
and feet plenty of room for a few fruit tries, nice I pose ''I i
1371$ deep, giving I writer, Dr. Ennis stated that he ulled .
garden and poultry industry! Just the place for a sick person to re- no medicine in the treatment Of his t JlIi-i I Company? q
gain his health and strength. Has a deep artesian well of pure health- Dents, that the pure air and perfect I The president ''
restoring water. A nice cheap home where taxes are low and still climate did the work, and that any man of Cincinnati,
have city advantages. Price $1,350, half cash, balance terms to suit suffering with consumption could get anew president of the of !
SLADE FARM.-80 acres of land located! one mile from railway lease on life if I lie came to Nar. Grocery
station on the main line of railroad, 6mil's from Kissimm! the coossee and spenteix months be lives, and is ; ,i '

county seat of Osceola county, about 1 mile to school and church. But con urr ption is not by any meat businessmen of RANGES
The land lies comparatively level, is dark gray ash soil with fine the only disease that takes its flint tropolis, as well : I
chocolate subsoil, good farming and citrus fruit, land; 20 acres in a when a sufferer comes here, for rhet ly strong mi'n. :

splendid state of cultivation, fenced and crops fenced; 5 acres of-or- matism, asthma or malaria duappet a poor boy, .
ange grove most of which is in fine large; bearing trees in good condition as if the magic wand. had been wave cation and {
and a small portion of it in small trees just coming into bearing over the sufferer. In fact this sectior, own efforts has
; considerable fine hammock land, and the balance ha. mixed oak by the statistics of the nation and thtl top rung of Inclusive

and pine timber. Some colonization lands adjoining held at $30 to state; is the healthiest! spot on th(' is accepted as '
-$40 per acre with no improvements; this farm has a box house of 4 globe, the death rate from all cause him In any ; I

',, large rooms, 2 larches, fireplace, good .stables 2 grain bins, wagon being lisa than 3 to the 1,000, annual!). his name with Buffets, ;\:,
sod tool shed and hay mow above. This splendid/ property at $50 per "The Narcoossee Farm and Tourist guarantee that ,, Parlor e'j!
acre on terms of half cash, balance to suit the customer. A magnifi- Company, which ill! the name of the and is absolutely and I ;
m, cent grove can be grown here with but. little expense to the owner as company that has purchased this tract, The vice preBid -wood,,

there IS sufficient grove now to pay the expense of enlarging it. A will at once proceed to subdivide a subdivision Krause, of I things.
'i good home or investment for anjone of the town of Narcoossee and Krause is !
ROLFE FARM 67.. acres of land i mile from railway station, arrange for a new town to be built at tel Keepers' '
Do not
school and church; 20 acres of good orange land; 25 young trees and a the intersection of the Atlantic Cons I no man in the at above 1

few large trees in bearing, large pear tree; about 7 acres of splendid Line railway and the new line of rail I more highly
land ready to plant to citrus fruit, about [6; acres of cypress timber, road that will be built connecting{ will I more freely )

balance pine timber land; good neighborhood, lots of groves in the the Florida East Coast railway, which business /{ (
;', vicinity, 4-room house newly roofed, coiled. front porch; stable will secure for the residents of Nar I cessful. He has CO. :'

Price $50 per acre, terms to suit the. purchaser loossee competitive freight rates. to all I a long term of ,
SW1TRERLAND FARM AND JVIAn; : excellent C acre Northern markets 'dollar Walhin

grove in bearing, 7-room house, good stables; 4i!(; acres of land, halfin This new town of Narooossee will lit. i construction at

cultivation, all good land. One mile from school, church find railway situated on a point offering; perfect I I ing from his past
station, 3 miles from KiBSimmte- rice $7,000. Favorable drainage and overlooking East Lake' he will meet with

terms. of payment. lohopt;kaliga, lots in which will be of in its ,' l
WALTERS GROVE.-One and one'ejuarter miles from railway ample size for residential or business the financial. I PS ,

junction, 2 miles from a town of J6tH! ( people' 200 yards from school purposes, while the streets and avenues I backed a "
quarter mile from church; 10 acres of land, cleared, fenced and cross will be broad and lined with trees In I failure :
fenced; about one-fourth fine bearing grove mostly grapefruit, a few the center of the town will be the public The secretary here."M;

tangerines, the* balance oranges; good; stables, chicken house, grain: square and in different parts of the Robert F. Bruns, ;
,-+, bin and wagon: sned; 3-room abuse; 2 wells; 7 1-2 acres of this land is I town a !!section will be devoted ,to parks el I lr. Bruns is the a''
extraordinary fine fruit land, 2 1-'! acres of the land, lower ground These lots will be sold at a nominal figure unrof the Brunti ;
fine for trucking: This magnificent property can be had for $1 IMN) on I and it is Hafe to assert that within eery Company. 1 < :'
very favorable terms of payment a month after the sale is on there will ford, he too b.. ;
',; A FINE little city farm of I 5* acres less than 1 mile from the I not be a one left on the company's success far down '
:- business portion of the town; good (>-roeim house, outbuilelings; ar- hands. but the energy !I ,
,': ranged for chicken industry; grape arbor; a lot of citrus fruits planted I We predict the equal| if not .fl greater generations had! b I
out; good water; enough timber for fuel. Together/ with household . growth for this new town of NareooI ,;- \tloptd in him, : '

goods, $2,500, favorable terms of .payment', This is a little farm I see than was that of the Wonder City I I by rung, until he .
and a good home right in the city limits. of St. Cloud, ahout five miles distant ''of the financial S ,

HOME and grove right at'station on the main line of railroad, Tw"o years ago last August there was straightforward, / :
71 acres, mostly pine land; has 150 large bearing trees, most orange, not a house on the ground that is now Bruns is safe in <\.JJ" ,' ,
a few grapefruit and from 75 to 100* younger trees* that bear, some St. Cloud, ( with a population of 2,000 Bruns for he is ; ""'$,(:, \,> t

now but will be getting better all the time; 10 acres besides the Inhabitants, and where lots, that were trustworthy, / .,
grove cleared lip and fenced and ready for farming or extending the given away with every five-acre tract I Ij reaches far \ 'I '
h grove; small box house and small building that could be* used for j purchased ore now in some instances mark, Was .
barn; thit property is within 100 yards of station and would make a selling for $lesr.' without the I

valuable home for an\e>ne. The* owner is a widow lady and cannot And this new town of NarcoosMt: is 1'hv 1 board of I : i

fl manage the place. We will take pleiisuie in showing this/! place und much more ndvantagiously situated i of U'.in ling retail i ;
the purchaser can deal direct with the 0" IU'r. than St. ('loud ; ,it is directly in the center Ohio) and I f

Any information desired will be cheerfully given, of the. !best t fruit"section\ of the state; ins a first.class I '
solicited. it has a large population, of industrious 'landing in Ins
dr and prosperous people to draw trade iovsessed of <' ,
SJVJi from, and already has the reputation, roods to l back up I t.
of furnishing the best fruit tllilgut s to
linn or Carry
NELSON REALTY COMPANY to Northern any plan, or sch<'
Already there is u postotfici, a good
' i KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAFixtures public school with twenty -five pupils' a Ihe' Company 4
?ral eifllee at
I general store and two churches A* '
Cincinnati Ohio '
cultured and refined J people' as inhabit ,I ------S
I, will be at ('
any city are residi nts of the Nar oos '
see section, and there is possibly more I in charge of t
\ wealth centered here than in any other nan thoroughly
Licular to t .:
-.i small settlement in the state.The magnitude that
company will shortly begin the t
the: NarcQossee .
erection of a forty-room hotel in the
For i
Mr. Denig t
center of the town, and steps are already pany
Pensacola to Key
under way for the building of an !
was more
UTHA 1"s MY BUSINESS" additional Protestant church. In fact, pany lies alone the i '
his services
we predict thatthepew, town of Nar- ing .
coossee will within the next twelvemonths dent manager.

Safes and Vaults become a city the equal of St. As soon aa [ frost that \\1
Cloud apd possibly of Kissimmee, for this tract is of citrus
y the people who will inhabit it will have stockholders of knows this.
I Computing Platform and Balance
and Tourist
energy, brains and money-the three from Kissi-
Scales. essentials necessary to make a city. one hundred, will and the ;'
Market, Grocer and Display Refrig As we said before, the company will in a body for the are rapidly +

erators. place these five, ten and twenty-acre Bales. On that j I

Bank, Office and Store Fixtures. tracts on the market upon the partial men of thia coun 1'-;
"T' payment plan, and a purchaser can get barbecue on the ,
Sectional Book Cases, Filing Devices. and welcome ..
,. possession of his land and begin culti- lee r .'
School, Lodge, Church and Theater vating it as soon aa he makes his first spirit of ho ",

Seats. payment. This plan will enable a person this land of ..........+a'a I \'
with limited means to invest in a shine. Our
4 WE BOTH LOSE MONEY IF WE DON'T' SELL YOU. tract, and there are many who no doubt occasion for a i i ii i

will take advantage of this opportunity.One trains will run
iii of the best features put forth by Cloud every hour.No i i ii

this company will be the organizationof man who

W. G. HANKINS a subsidiary company for handlingthe North on that i i. I.

Box 716 Phone 187 products of the district. This subsidiary and hospitable : ;

, company will be in a position to Crackers, fills t" : :i
...., facilitate the distribution of the fruit and mutton, sees '
: Paper.: ::
and vegetables through, affiliation with nificent groves ,
of : i ii
] all :
the dealers, direct and provide an out the; J
Y let to the producer: of small amounts now from off o* .Jfo :
If It's News It's in the Valley Gazette. i i ,
with the same advantage as those afforded will ever be 'r I f
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NEEDED LEGISLATION C., A. UASSOVt, President- .,. :4 ,

, '. The Man That"SELLS" H MES" ,Natare'sJYarnijgKutimmee g. 'The"Waters : :

Some Laws the Sate, of Florida People 'Most Reeop i *- Dd : &. CarsonGrocery ., :" ,
Should Have.

11 '. H. M BREAKER, 1 the second primary' la more expensive Kidney 'Ills .coma Heed It.quietly..-mysteriously -;, ..,' '. ,. --

._ p'.. tbJ1: ,the f rst., There is more hard ,., ". - - - -.- v - Companyu ry :t . /:ry

>> feeling engendered. "There is greater; But nature always Wall you. .a 1l
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demoralization. The:_two receiving the Notice the kidney secretions ,p. ;.... t \ 1,1, I

highest number of votes' are now' candidates See It,the color la unhealthy and Retail Dealers in-'-- '
in the second primary I would If here are settling and sediment, ry

recommend that the electors express a Passages frequent
scanty, painful. GROCERIES.-
second choice vote, each of such votes It's\ime theW to, use Doan'a Kidney ::

t receiving A valuation of one-half or Pills, ,

tw, -thirds of the firs choice-votes. Of To ward off Bright'disease or dropsy. r _, ..: ,
r the two candidates receiving the highest ; Dean's have done great work in KIs- /"
firstchoice votes add such second Bimmee. WE SELL WE BUY ;

choicevotes and declare him nominated. Mrs p. G. White. Bermuda avenue, /,: /'?, ',,'

Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I suffered HAY HttES) /
,. fc Under our present system of taxationall I from backache and pains through my GRAIN ;

personal and realty are supposed to kidneys and 1 also had a great deal of a ,. FURS
be assessed at the full cash value. Only trouble from the kidney secretions FERTILIZERS ,/' ;

:seven states have now'thia clause in Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procuredat WOOL \

relation to personal property. Floridais the Kissimmee Drug Co., relievedme SHINGLESORANGE .

one of the seven. Our system of of all of these difficulties and at BOXES

taxation needs to be changed The last that time I publicly endorsed them. AND'I

legislature authorized the appointmentby During the three years that have since ORANGE WRAPS .

the govern'or of .committee of passed I have not lost .my faith in this VEGETABLECRATE COUNTRY ,

II'c three on taxation. This committeewill remedy and I shall always be pleasedto II ;

report to the next governor priorto give it my endorsement. CRATE NAILS PRODUCE

I the convening of the legislature. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. i I ,\1
.The spirit of the law should be Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. y", sole -
changed in order that right and justice agents for the United States. a ,4'f. _
Remember the nameoan'aand We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds ',:
will be the end of all law, making "due "r
process of law" secondary to such an take no -other.- ----- We give special attention to fitting out hunting and campingparties. ,; '

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Prospect Park Lots.
end.The last legislature] appropriated I' PI foe delivery city limits: Phone No. 12. /'.
We have two of the most desirable
some money for a hospital for indigent and best ]located lots in Prospect Park, Jfe are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circularand
crippled children. I hope that some size 50x135 feet each, which we are offering I prices on fertilizers
a philanthropist, will see proper to endow for a short time for $110 each.

this, giving such his name. By this Call on us if you want a great bargain. ,} j
1 I be- 47-tf H. M BREAKER & Co. - 4 ,
will eventually
means, this hospital
come the Johns Hopkins Institute of
Florida.By .
authority of the legislature dur- ;
# ing this administration, the state has Woo4'sSeedsFor --
Having implicit faith In the future ot Kiasimmee:, we have purchased 15,600 acres for a prison Have you. :t :

x made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel Farm, at the price of $5 per acre. The 1912. seen it? .l ,

proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings to merit continuance penitentiary should be established on -

of a large portion of the real estate business in this section. If this: land. As it is beneficial for the is Our New Descriptive and Catalog tells all I We haven't all our stock in r
desire home in the most favored section of Florida for the fully up-to-date, I
you a unfortunate inmates of the hospital for about the yet but we're doing a rush !
smallest price that property can be secured for. we invite you to the insane to work in the field, and au! I bestGarden ing business with what we :

call on us. there is not sufficient land at Chatta- and Store have.Ourlineofehamberfurnish. i'....j,
We offer Vacant Property. Improved City Prop- .,
Resident I hoochee, the hospital for the insane negroes ..,
erty, Truck Farms, Orange Groves and Colonization Lands at should also be established on this i| :Farm Seeds.Every ings is especially strong. We t

lowest prices to be obtained.No. lan<.l. -Gov. A. W. Gilchrirt i in Dixie.HILLIARDSHSLAND farmer and gardener caj-ry the best line of springs -- ", fK,
j should have a of this cata- -Rayo in the magazines on the market, and the most '.,i L
:: 41S--CPrv dt'siriiljlcacnnt. f..t. this place. If you desire 'a home in complete line of betiding in r'
which been then here
1 Containing: .Luiua- uur..H, j-ust .+ut.fdef Florida write or call on us quick as this log, has long recog- come Lamps
cltv limits in. '.\'.-st "i isslTnniei', .Lfi'O'l 1 property will not lie I on the market longat nized as a standard authority. and see them the city.Clayton .
place to start poullr) farm" or truck the price named. This property we for the full and correct informa-
garden (Close to churches and) .rliool!.. are offering for a short time for $12, OO. The L. U. A. S. met at the home of tion which it gives. .
A bargain" at :tl7"' >. ft uslmw" vuu Will sell liS a whole or divided\ into two afternoon.The &
T. A. Tursday
Mrs. Hughey Pigue
We headquarters for
this lot.. parts if desired.No. are
meeting/ was well attended, a num-
No. 601- An attractive homo in I'inn- ber of visitors being present. The "*4'
dale. Thin proprrt| i ') in just ouisiilc;. of 4U2 Fine 20-acre orange grove located next meeting will be held Feb 22 at Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas, s-tf Upper BroadwayGRAPEFRUIT }
city litnlla. on Itlirtt grand\ IIH1U4ICIllll > inside city limits, close to school Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds. .
the home of Mrs, II. C. Lightsey.We -- ---
Is two-story nod COlllllln, right' I'oorn, ant, churches This property consists f '
. all plastered] and.) "IH"oil\ Ilnih, IWo of forty acres of land, twenty acres of are pleased to state that Miss Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed f
porches, IInp writ, fwd] 1111'1" hlu'n.rhl8 which is in bearing orange and grape- free Write for it.
on request.
house is ))0"\.) Oil a UH"II.'P fruit trees, ten acres additional cleared I Irene Milliard has returned to her home
tract, with t'autiflll t it.\\ or the. coy( and in cultivation! ; food five-room cottage after a successful operation in the ;
T. W. WOOD & SONS. i
and lake Lallli i is adapted. 10 t'tttus' /: ; two deep wells This/ is an excellent Tampa hospital. 1
;. fruits and trucking.] 'TIII 11I''pl'l\, CIIII location, wi ere you will have Seedsmen, Richmond, Ve.r .
he bad for iI<.IIWI:! Oil tety fll\or"hl. the freedom of country life with city Mr. W. L. Wetherbee and family I
.. \\' III 1111"0111 .11" .'01111'" 10 ad\antageH Possession can be securedon spent last Sunday with his parents, Mr. ORANGE
owner and let tin in ilcal d 11'.rt. short 1I0t;.. :See; this. propositionbefore and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. .$ ':
purchasing. !Price $9,500! ( ; termson /
No :104- Impro\ed' .) farm IOC-HUM] ] on. part. Regular services were held last Sun- ,

I from best road depot in Osccoln 10 .acroi, countII fenced and miles in! day, morning{ and .evemjpg, by Rev. J. Tp YOU are going to plant-- a Grapefruit Grover f'.
No. .t:17-: We
ore offering some
high state of rah i t .ulion; 'lirsl( I t li )'"-1"art/: desirable resident lots, located three very D. Wyandt. or an Orange Grove buy your Trees from ; .d

land in this -ction Him good well) blocks from Court House, on nice high Mr. H. C. Lightsey is having a well I the 'Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries', '
,, ,
3-rooin stable, and)
citlnge/: uagiinvln-il/: I
poultry house. All resetfor purchaser . elevation, for $300. Alley inrear of all drilled\ on his place QUALITY COUNTS Everything you ietJrom I
to ork wilho'utanv delay these lots. Cash, or short time. Let Money-making strains' is first-class. Our favorable soil and location 1
begin or has the us .fr'
us show vou these lots. Mr. G., W. Funk, who pent
-_ expense of clearing land and waiting! for market growers I ISlolt make it possible for us to produce stock that has '.e'
with his cousin, Mr. C. II. Funk,
M to improve before being, able to I
pro. ,, "Bo.aj Best E..I, Tomei.. no superior. Our'CONNER SEEDLESS Early -
r. duce-an'V crops.. This lund in adapted left for his! home in Ohio last week 1
No. 303-Small farm inside of city A winner wherever Br<>wllo Especially is far superior to the Parson Brown.
to growing! all )jclndt! of citrus fruits; limits. Tnis property consists of a five- to the Soulh. Pkl. 10e; 0' 40. Orange
f grove can bo started to good"advan-! acre tract within a quarter of a mile of Master Jairies Hilliard was compelledto : lb.$1.0' ; lb. U5. CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the best
tage while land 1 is being fnrmed.l'rtce.1 (JsceolaHiKft Schcxil. Small' house, fine stop his studies in the Kibsimmec Sloku' Standard Special Claus Tomato budded, variety now produced: anywhere. We have thelargest 1.
t. $:Y000. Terms. on purl if desiMd.No. !. four-inch slowing well, land nil in culti High ..clwollw'ftu",' of defective eye I The r"."t in the .... ...rid.Speu /: stock of two-year Grapefruit' buds in FloridaWrite .
I vation. City I is building' very fast in : sight.; Strom "III ,t. Cutumlr.,, Muskmelon for Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical .
309. Splendid) new (;i-room house, this. direction; lots 1110011 command, a ( \V.'er": n. rice suggestions. See our Agent, ;
just inside city I lumtn, fine deep well. /good price. if owner should desire at any I All the people' of our 'I Send me your : '1 o1( .r iI 1 want, and I'll J. 1 K.: MATTOCKS, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,
II lot contains two\ acres of /ground: good?: tune .to sub-di\id and sell it for residence Ilklijht.,1;( with the rapid' quote' :y u my 'P'"?...1."hokak pro" (wmarkl ifTANGERINE'
new barn, and buggy sheds\ all Price l.r .
wagon purposes' $1 >IMK i..drn' ".e AI any a.. rt te .
under good new .fence.' F"u'. location. I! electnc trolley line i is making: today. lot( my, handsome \lu.lrated\ catsl.eIre. '
t for small truck! garden or poultry lanch.: Tin.: LADIES. I .. Ocklawaha Nurseries 1
p I this is a fine proposition wlunou will KIN' I1city: lots on which is located a FLORIDA
P. ,
Walter:: Siokea. Sreds
will have the freedom of the ountr\: nice now live-rumm cottage line view anI
yet close enough/ to enjo\ all the", advantages ;,- of the., lake, cool br...."..". This property CALOMEL GIVES ONLY.TEMPORARY I II I)",t. 67 Phb....lnn! : 11SPECIAL
of the city such 'as splendid, I is located lose to the proposedeleitric
"t' high school, 'l best markets, ('hutches, line, on high level.lots., A I RELIEFSo 1 -
etc. !I'rtce $1.100. bargain at $ltOO.; ( Let us show you this
property. '

short No. 4'H distance; Fine bnyond tract l of city Id acres limits, Just on Powerful It Shocks Liver and Leave The BULL BASS MARKET

a'p Shingle; Creek roal'1.\ ..",. to splendid No. 11.5; Ten acres located in I'ai kGarden It Weaker than Before. Dodson't It
\ : high school, churches and market. face all ulld'rood/: new fence, land
plowed, (line (lowing well. All to Liver-Tone a Perfect Substitute. f
ready rli
r ).. $?U.OO per acre. Terms on part if de 14 Bearden Building One Block from Depot
get on and, start crop without, any de -I i
.\ lay.. We can offer this ten acres with
the above for the Nearly everybody who has ever tried '. '
i'aired., No. 381/ A :iO-acro! .tract ]located! on DayOfferTHIS Fresh Florida( of nil kinds. 'f
that unimproved is being sold calomel for sluggish
price constipation or a I
marl] road, two 'miles I from", depot on MEATS
t .: St Cloud road, Properly bus. !good Terms for in this on part tract.if desired.No. Our .price $10OO.Ou.( liver has found that it gives only a temporary I and WesternPOULTRY fx
house and three-acre orange. gro\e" in relief. For calomel is such a PORTABLE
t .' bearing. This grove will yield from powerful drub that it shocks and weak- I EGGS. FRESH FISH
:, 1000 to 13IM) boxes of oranges each 4 :Twenty acres located in Park ens the liver and makes it less able afterward LAMPFOR I ,
year. Sufficient land cleared and in Gardens live acres in cultivation, ten "
; Special ttllenlion lo Phone Orders
its than in the first I and Free a
Cultivation .increase grove lo twelve I to do duty
j 'y acres fenced, fineinch: flowing well. 4
I or fifteen acres, and at name time can This is conceded to be the best taact in place. HOME I 1 Delivery lo any parl of the City. Thane 189
I be yielding any garden truck desired. Park Gardens, owned by a non-resident, This is one of the reasons why the
If in search. of property that will bring! weo desires to sell We will, furnish Kissimmee Co. would rather sellDodson's STORE
\ I results this fall, and at nil times while you with owner's address and can Drug
tt extending new grove, Investigate/ this. deal directly with him. The price is at- Liver-Tone to you than calo- I
This property is convenient to town tractive and terms can be secured on mel. We know that Dodson's Liver- OFFICE5J

has Price marled$4,200.road on one side one end. part of purchase price if desired.No. that Tone will is a cure pure constipation vegetable quickly liver tonic and, Z.48 DOllED /. LOWS .-. .I I IThe IHSD89XCE S :. BOEKGY !

."\ ). 58-Ten acres adjoining city 457-Here is one of the most desirable gently without any danger of bad after- Oldest and Largest Insuran,
Osceola k
1 nits, on the Orlando hard road. Land homes to be found in our city. effects. We guarantee it to do this e.Agency County
'iii i; (la cleared, fenced and ready for the House contains five rooms, two porches! with a guarantee that is simple and FIRE LIFE: ACCIPENT HEALTH
'' two wells, city water and electric lights. c.I.4c.Miu w COMPLETEThis PHONB 1 18 I '
I 'j plow. The elevation is high, suitable tair. If you buy a bottle of Dod on's Jtf -
1 for citrus fruits and trucking. Thisproperty New Barn and feed room. Lot 147Jx Aq.Mn
for 1471 feet, covered with bearing Liver-Tone for yourself or your chil-
: will soon be available resident grape- Lamp is handsomely
': purposes, as the city is expanding fruit, orange, tangerine, guava and dren, and do not find that it is l a perfect
.rapidly.I A bargain at HttXXOO. peach trees, fine shrubbery and (flowers. substitute for calomel, then come backto nickelled, height 29 inches, y'Y

l-f the Located very in best one residence block of court This in the store and get your money. If equipped with automatic self- CITIZENS I I BANK O'F KISSIMMEE I r

ORANGE GROVE property is offered for the very low you don't get value for your money out cleaning needle, globe and .

i No. 383-Twenty-five-acre orange price of $2750. of this tonic, it's your right to expect pump. Usual price $22.00. '
''1 groveT: all under good fence. Railroad your money back, and we will gladly Organized April 2d i, 1910 ;
r station adjoining No. 459-Five inside clear- We have the best line of Mantles .
runs through grove; acres city, give it to you. DEPOSITS
property; good school and church within ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti- -- ---- .- --- - and supplies in the Southat 4 t

quarter. that can mile be grown of Florida do All well crops on, on high This ground.tract is near$1000.00 the Aultman takes it. The Kissimmee Library. lowest prices. Estimatesand April D.c. 31st 2Bd.\ I I91O IO:,.t2I I26.,BOO.OO......C3 e; r

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,:: The Kissimmee Library offers to its expert advice Free. . "if .' 14
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r '. '., IS LOOKING AROUND Kissimmee Park T*M., RIVERS, M. D, WISH to-say to the people

1. \ f PHYSICIAN:J and! SURGEON 21" 'w h 0 are ,contemplating f I?.
She has not the whole -
\ -; the proprietor buying drain tile, that I :
earth to sell but choice I Prospector from'Michigan Becomes Mr. Sanford, of the Office over Osceola: Pharmacy have added a machine to my boa-
just Residence( 63
sawmill has secured the services of I Iness for making drain tile, that
it I!, a Kissimmee Enthusiast. :.. r Ol11ce 148 I can a better; , ;! i"r bits of it located in ,. Mr Thompson an >xperi len'ied. sawmillman you can buy outside'for} a good.
> Mr. Thompson will superintend _
deal less .
Mr. H. M. l1atr. ot Ludington, Mich., ehe operations of the mill and intends .' ,, - -- Cull and money.lee my tile and get my ,
P It in the city and! paid the Valley Ga. WINN before buying it will
to run it on a big scale. He brought a W'] L- prices : pay
I'M' FLORIDACHOICE + I will make 3-4 and 6'in. a pleasant visit on Saturday. number of working people and 'teams you.
.. Mr.Haff is looking over the farmingand PlfYSICIAN. '
;. trucking operations hereabout for I from South Carolina a few days ago. B. DICKERSON. :'

: the information of a number of Northern It was our pleasure a few<<; days ago Dwelt RESIDENCE. : Pros PI'IONK W.:ail. KISSIMMBB.FI.OBIP Broadway and Midland, R. R. r'

: friends. lie is going at the matter to look over the operations on the ..
::: HOMES prairie. Superintendent C. A. Allen -- -
right, taking plenty of time, visiting !
with seven teams and four fence TP G. THOMASON -ah AavAt atOtJat at'.it
". ,. SELECT FARMS tire various truck this vicinity .
I makers has about completed the task of i, r" : ,
a VACANT LOTS and making his inquiries of those who M. TILLER ,
I gettihg twenty 10-acre prairie tracts PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
,are. actually doing things. When a man I II i if
"t ) AND ACREAGE. plowed harrowed, disced and.! ,fenced.I < Real Estate =
I iri I goes at it this way there is never any Agency.
iogsitTflitics I There is no such thing as "cutting Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126
fear as to his report on the.} ( [ across lots" on the prairie now. The 4 ?.?....... .. ... ........?
Ask About Them ,
J I here. We are not surprised, therefore,
MRS. SUMMERS that Mr. ]11 off has already becomea fences make it necessary to take the IL)R.B. D. WIENENGA Realty bought and sold.

l I I Kissimmee enthusiast:, He couldn't avenues. IVETERINARIANI) f Houses rented. .

Lake View Cottage I help it after he found out about Kis- Col. McCool has had a force of men. [STOCK TREATED FOR f Taxes paid and Titles ver- .

". SOUTH KISSIMMEE | siminfre.CM. busy in his grove cultivating and ALL DISEASES) .. ified tor non-residents. t
''' . Fire. Life and Accident In- F
-- --- --- fertilizing under the direction of.. Mr. Day I'hone 257
HA.OR. .
Seaman. is in Miihi Phon.-182 'II surance. r
Everything being put
first-class shape, the improvements to Indemnity Bonds.. .

.. the house and barn being almost com .. N. L. BRYAN "., .r_'__.06--.",...
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pleted. DENTIST -- ,);

< BAPTIST.A. Tjte visitors on the Park last week Home ManTakes

J. Holt D. D., pastor. were' Mr. Stevens of Curry Pa., Mr. New Squires York Building AvenueST. The Bakery
: i Sunday'! and Mrs. Hauser of Pittsburgh, Pa., CLOUD FLORIDA
opportunity to thank
Bible School 9.45 a. m. Mr. Simmons of Sioux, la. and Mr.
r the good people! of this cityjfor,
I Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 p. m. Sutherland of Cincinnati, O. Mr. K. J. \\ SIMPSON!' '
B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. Thomas Van Duzor of Kissimmee, ) their liberal patronage and would
INSURANCE also take this means to say that
Sunday. DENTIST.Upstairs .
escorted a large party of friends from
I our limited' facilities for making
Mondayafter.3rd( Sunday). the north, who picniced in the Park in
P. I In Katz Uull iDj,(. goods will prevent (for awhile) our
Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 mWednesdayafter .
p. Col. McCool's grove and had quite anenjoyable
\W to m.
a. m.
OFFICE HOURS-. t general delivery to all parts of the
I ( 1st Sunday) J
time. iso 6:30i
r : to : t. m.
London. Liverpool & Globe. Etna. I Worn.: Miss. Union-Social, 3to5pm t Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. lvr city. Quality and Variety will be
Mr Curtis of Memphis, Tenn., who maintained always. Our nice
J' Hartford Norwich Union and Thursday has charge of t fifteen acres on the
Prayer meeting 7OO p. m. W. W. CARSON
prairie owned by him and Mr. White of
Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN..
,'I other strong Companies I Collie'rville, Tenn., is getting ready to DENTIST HOT BREAD

plant cucumbers half of the fifteen
y I ,
Office Cole's Store will')" ready mornings and afternoons -
; PHONE 24G PILLEY BUILDING; acre tract; the other half having beengotten over Jewelry
and a nice val'iety.f PIES
Office Hours: H' -IK, 1-5
for under thedirection
S. S. Snyder, pastor. ready potatoes Office phone lf>8Residence and CAKE Parties and Weddinga
of Mr. Allen. "
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. 23: specialty.

Nelson, superintendent. There is quite a lot of talk over in the

-. Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.00 p.m. Park of starting an electric light plant. E DERBYSHIRE M. D.. A. SMITH. .
Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m. One of our progressive citizens is at the
Prayer and Bible study Thursday.7.00 head of it, and if the plans are workedout Special attention given: to the

OUR I''p.m. I: that are now in contemplation, a treatment Children.of Wohieu and .

I Visitors most cordially invited to allCervices. iarge flowing\ well will be bored at a

'convenient place that will furnish
--- - Office over Citizens Bank. HONK 184 I'
ICE CREAM I power enough to run a motor and give 24-3mo8xi| ButIe
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I the(peopleTn thTj l'arlr this great <- p f, i tri// I -
i 'Speaks For Itself METIIODIST. vemence. r. A. VANS AGNEW W. H CBAWrUHD,

II. T. Games pastor. Mr. Z. S. Miller and wife, who have ,TANS AGNEW & CRAwr'OHDATTORNEYSATLAW'

II IIl l 1 / '" Sunday School at 9:43!!: : a. m.-J. L. moved in the Park from Kissimmeeand BERBER SHOP

Overstreet, superintendent. are occupying their residence on
Quality, Purity, Daintiness .. ... '.
om- .l-l .I citl/eiix l Ibonk ItulMliiit
Preaching; services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. the Beach Front are so well pleased
and Deliciousness, Miller Kissimmee FloridaJ. Cold Drinks & Clearssaimmee
m.:) with conditions here that Mr.

are all "intensified" in Junior League 2 p. m. has decided! to stay here permanentlyand I I

\\ our Creams.We Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. devote all his time in looking: after l_ MOO.N II. II ".''u.. Fla.

Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. his grapefruit and orange grove: as wellus OON & GEIGER
1 ever 1st Sunday. us his truck land along Seminole ave. "
use in the manufacture only the purest of creams Holy communion

from dairies under constant city inspection. We use only You are cordially invited to each of I' Mr. SalTer who lives on the tract \ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW'

the purest of fruit flavorings and our plant is the largest and these services. owned by Dr. Robinson :of New Berlin Office State Bunk Building\ Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

best equipped in the state perfect from a hygenic and sanitary 111., bas almost finished his cl..arllland/ I Kissimliiee Florida!

standpoint. CHRISTIAN. is now living very comfortably in the

horn he built. K1UBBS
,-- Latest improved freezing machinery and cold storage. Every J. A. M. Chisholm, pastor. GF. PRESSING
for the of all orders. Creams for at 11 a. m. and 7:00: ( m. and intend
facility prompt shipment Special Preaching p. Mr. Allen family to ATTORNEY AT LAW.- KISSIM ,EK: FLA. n4
social functions, fairs and entertainments furnished upon| order Bible School \9.45 a. m.-C E. Yowell occupy the home of Mr. Mevin formerly DYEING

'' through your local dealer. .Insist upon having our cream, it is better. superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant occupied by Mr. Lincoln and wife Examination of Titles a Sp<,cialy. REPAIRINGLeave

superintendent. who to Kissimmee. Notification and of taxes of
t r .. For lal in Kitiimmtm. by O\ola Pharmacy and C. F. Dibble & Son. Sunday have gone payment
Christian )Endeavor every non-residents given careful
,I,: Accept No Subflilut Mr. McAllister! has been repairing his attention. word at my bouse and clothes
t evening at:. 6:00: p. m. will be called tor and returned.
1 'I*p{ :," Prayer meeting and choir practice every well 'drilling machinery during the last -- -.. -' .. -------'-- -- -
week or tan days and is now., ready to
Thursday at 7il5"p. m. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
fill orders that have been up by

CORNER SCOTT STREET AND LOZANO AVENUE reason of these needed repairs.Mr. .
Local and Long Distance Phones 630 EPISCOPAL.Kev. .
Fairbanks the proprietor of the ATTORNEY AT-LAW HORIDAREAl [STATE fOR SALE
TAMPA FLORIDAS. I ;.14L David D. Kidd rector.
big store at the old dock reports business -
Services every second and fourth Sun- KISSIMEKK, FLORIDA Beautiful winter home Bites situatedin
I prosperous and increasing: all the
... _dav at 11:00:( ) a. m. the Lake Region of Florida.
=-- time. We noticed the last few days
I Communion 2nd Sunday at morning I.Ol'lB (' MASHKY T. I'if" TitS WAK1.OW Trucking: and Farming Lands in large
that coming here from eightto
people are I..te t Count*) fur Judll..f the
small tracts.
services. or
ten miles down the mum land. Flurida It U. <-omm. Criminal C'ourtM
II Guild meeting every first Tuesday.T"E .

BUZZA & SON -- -- Mr. ldggtn, who has been in the : ASSEY:: & WAKLOW CITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY

[Park about eight months marketed );isl ATTORNEYS AND COUNSKLLOS List your property with me for quick

++!++++r+++++++++++++++++* first crop of beans at a very good price, ; AT LAW salts.

,; Cement and Concrete + and then around the new year, he Prarlu-e in all the (Xturtn of the 'ta'' ana, of H. M. Breaker & Co.
Jo' the United StMtf-H. wino I lM>fore the I Ion ,). Hail-
HR AY STONE plari'd ix-N potatoes on the market and r.Mul (;..nll"'M"on., and the interstate Commerce
Work of all Kinds 'I Commmatim,
i now on the same Piece of ground looks Box 175 KISSiMMEE. FLA.
very line with cabbage, which will hemarketed
.. :J:: few weeks. Three
.. OPEN ALL THE TEA in a crops L
of vegetables I rom the same ground inside -
Phone 58 Mabbette Street ? 2.50_ to 3.5(1( per day. + j : :
.. Office Phone 132 near Dillingham Ave. Special by week or month. :+: of eight months is the real thing W. S. HARWELL
and shows what can be done in Well ZDrlller .

i H. W./ THURM, Prop R. D. PORTER M&'. .simmee I'ark.Messrs. REAL ESTATENotary ill(,rcpar..d to drillARTESIAN

Baker and Howe( )). who have
Public at Large
1 been working on the former's residence WELLSin

Distance working unique Office in liraman BuildingKISSIMMKK.
are now a very
AdvertisingLong o 2D6' and pretty design,, for a fence to encloseMr. 1 : ; : :. FLA. any section of Florida]

we i m DUZOB Baker's Beach Front lot. When
completed, this will be one o( the 'I i-n yearn' ol successful; Well
I Drilling. m a (Guarantee; of my
is saying the right ,thing prettiest homes along/ the lake. LIMONAHealthiest I Ability to produce the best

.j: at the right time Mr. Oliver the county surveyor has results -
finished all his work on the lower section -

-. in the right way Real Estate of the peninsula. The plat was Place in FloridaJUST TWO WELLS AND A SPECIALTY FOUR INC-

-- turned in to the Company's office at

We make a specialty of planning; preparing Jacksonville a few days ago and we TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA 4
P. 0, Box 344
literature and conducting campaigns for have been informed that on next Mon- On the Seaboard
Land Companies Boards of Trade Municipalities day morning the sale.will bem of the I : : Florid
I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA lots in this new section many of which NORTHERN SETTLEMENT

have already been reserved by people Farms, Groves and Winter Homes
who have been here"
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J. E. SNYDER, LIMONA. FLA. The Florida Grower

FLORIDA FRESH LOT Big Bargain In a Home. -
-- -- Forma-kereandfruit itrowern. For
inside I folkit who want to know about Flor
I OF Splendid new six room house just -
.. city limits fine deep well lot con- JENKINS( & WOODMAM I lila.. i'*wroth xend'lite Lan for per.leD rear"'auetrial; monthly
f tains two acres of ground good new ubacrlptlou. Siuppr. Bright Cluru f
.. : :0 PeachesPrunes barn wagon and buggy sheds and all
under good new fence. Fine locationfor THE FLORIDA GROWER

I small truck garden or poultry aanch. 8OO Florida'l't..

GARDNER & ELLIS This is a fine proposition, where you
r will have the freedom .of the country Surveying and
-" yet close enough: to all the advantages -
enjoy --- - -
; Electrical Contractors ..; and Dates of the city such as splendid high .
school best markets churches, etc. DraftingOFFICE DR. SHREVE SURGEO
Price 1600. H.,-116. BREAKER & Co. ,

'. We Guarantee our House-wiring to Pass all Insurance InspectionLetlsnoureWlthYou Dibble & Son.Broadway 48-tf from Clark. S. Dak.. Is
s located here for practice.
FIXTURE WORK ? PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline IN FRATERNITY HALL

\ fires. Get one for your launch autoor Calls Promptly Mltmttt t* Do or I*
\ IS OUR SPECIALTY garage and be safe. Sold by Geo. KISSIMMEE. FLA" Office over Mach Bros Livery BaA

:'' ,. .. .k J p N. Saunders, agent Kissimmee. ,37 .. l-lJlIp4 ,

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-- Nellie Pickerel --" .
Arrested on Serious
German and Swiss Engineer( WrestlWith .
Rollins, College Will Give a Short Charges,' Bays. ,Its Trousers for I Project to Facilitate Ship.*J /
Her ,
-Raises for Mn. '
.i Review Course.The -: . Movements on.Rlver.Bsr .,. -

Review Course Spokane, Wash.-Nellie\ Pckerellalia I -
for Teachers will '
lln.-One of the most Important
,"1 begin; this year on Wednesday, April, Harvey Allen arrested at To- engineering undertaking now engaging :

,1l and will continue until .commencement, koa. Wash, by Deputy' United' States I attention In Germany Is a plan to Is the Title ,
Marshal Dally on the charge of sell- I (Good ? '
make the
\ Thursday, May 30. Ing liquor to an Indian and held In j I Rhine navigable from
Y The object of this course Is to.furnish the County jail here In default of I Bade Switzerland, to Lake Constance .
Three South German states and Swltrerland -
the students of Rollins and '
,i college any bonds of $200 has balked 'on wearIng i
;l are Interesting themselves t In]I elf,
others who wish take June .
may to the woman's garments), also telling the matter
examination for teachers an opportunity WilliamReynolds, bead Jailer to el

,r; to review all the studies required for Imlnate 'the baked apple served occasionally I ly While decided it has to carry not yet out been the definite scheme, Is the main question and should always be answered .

I the first and second grade certificates, to prisoners. three companies now building dam a; by a disinterested authority. The '
The apple Is a belligerent fruit," j '. ,
and to drill them in the most effectiveand for power purposes on tbe stream I
Miss Pickerell said. iy
approved methods of "Humanity lost have been
teaching. ordered to put In locks oat
Five periods of work will be provided paradise and was. afflicted with the least 295 feet length to accommodate ..
hobble skirt through the Title
apple. The
daily. The textbooks used will! be those apple also led to the carnage of the the large barges that are expected Guaranty Co. .
to ply on the stream.
prescribed by the state board of educa- Trojan war and started a number of The most difficult technical problemIn :

tion. other things. No apples for me, the way of carrying out the scheme,
The course will be under the chargeof thanks." .
is to overcome the rise of about 80(]I will search and
Miss Eva Wilkins, director of the Reynolds tried to argue the matter i feet at the falls of the Rhine at Scbaff- examine the title to the land which -

course for teachers and of sub-prepar with the woman after she bad delivered hausen. Here It l Is proposed ellfier) to you are about to purchase, in Osceola County or elsewhere -
atory work in the and for ten herself of the foregoing. He had :
t 'college, build two locks of about 40 feet each,, r f. I
, : year a teacher in the Illinois State Normal secured a skirt and waist .and otber or to put In a ship elevator similarto I in Florida, and if found to be good will Guarantee ,
) University at Bloomington. Miss apparel and ordered Miss the one already In use at Hlnrlch-

Wilkins will be assisted by President Pickerell to, don them without delay. en burg, on the Dortmund-Ems canal,, I you against loss by reason of mortgages, liens 1 '
I "Me for the free and easy trousers" where barges! are run Into huge tanks,, j
Blackman "
Deans Hodgin and Ferguson she i unpaid taxes and adverse claims. '
persisted. "I've worn 'em the and these then lifted by hydraulic ,
Dr. Hyde Profa. B. Blackman, last eleven years ever since I was pressure to the level of the higher It is '
Powers, Barney and Lenhart, Miss 18, and that puts the jinx on the bob stretch of the canal. i our business to protect our clients and patrons I

Reed and other Mrs. C. H. Abbott, ble goods for all time with nlo. Another difficult point Is at L.aufen- against investments in imperfect titles. We accomplish t !

of Daytona, for many years a memberof "On the level, kid, when you get burg, some 15 or 20 miles east of .

the faculty of Rollins college, and me to pull any of that society stuff Basle -vhere the river rushes through I this by a thorough search of the records and

one of the most skilful and heat-known I I you can call the county physician and a gorge and has a fall of about 46

teachers of the state, will devote her I buy a ticket for me to Medical Lake, feet; and the water here Is three times the issue of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate

entire time to these classes. A course I as I certainly, will be entitled to have the' volume at Schaffhausen. A dam of Title. '
in in my face or a picture of It In the 'bug'. Is already built here and will be completed I .
sight-reading music, adapted to ,
the needs of the public schools, will be family album. In a fey years, developing about The Title Guarantee does General
Miss Pickerell Is a daughter of a 50,000 horse power.A : a Abstract Business throughout the State of Florida

given; if called for by Prof. Pope, direc- family In western Washington She number of other power plants of Abstract to City and County Property made and delivered on short notice j /

tor of the Rollins school of music.: has worked around mining and lumber smaller proportions will be built at

Teachers taking the normal course wit! camps the last four or five years, various pointy along the stream to I _
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be admitted without charge also to all also at one time tending bar In a local overcome rapids: finally a very largeone --

classes in the college, academy or business saloon and remained until her ",11be\ built some ten miles below

school which they are prepared toattend Identity was established. Later she Basle by Hie Alsatian manufacturingcity I

make of the worked In the harvest fields doing a of Muhlhausen. Manufacturing
profitably, may use
man's work and passing as', a man towns will spring up It Is believed, on I s
college library, laboratories, tennis TITLE
among her associates. She wears her both the German and Swiss sides of GUARANTY CO. .
courts, gymnasium, and boathouse, and hair loosely cropped and has the the river. \
ma y attend the lectures, concerts, and
strength and rugged features! of a The total cost of the undertaking Is
social events which are given from timeto worklngman. estimated at about 110.000.000, apparently I

time. not Including dams now build ", -:

Teachers in the public schools of ing. Of this sum the three German
HE FIDDLED SAME OLD TUNE I Capital Stock $100,000.00 =
Florida, properly certified an I such by states of Baden, Wlrttemburg and Ba- ____

county superintendents or principals, varia are lo'pay $4,600,000; Switzerland -

will be given free tuition and room Scraping Too Much of Hungarian for Piano PlayersArrested Musician- !I. 400000.. $4.000.000r and I .Austria, $1,- I CARROLL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary ,,,,:'.' ,

rent for this course. Board in the college and Discharged V. R. JUDSON Treasurer TOOMER REYNOLDS Gen. Coa
dining{ hall will be charged for at I ai. I II
the rate of $3.50 per week. New York.-Slow, sad and unfamiliar
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melodies played In the entrance
Church NewsThe halls of apartment houses In Morning. Composer and 'Leader Denies I Home Office. Bisbee Building. Jacksonville Fla. l .

side avenue near One Hundred and Allegation of Dr. Gruener of Berlin '
I Twentieth street, warred with the -Catchy Music Liked. Branch Office: Kissimmee, Fla. /' ,'

following interesting letter was usual piano practice I When the disturbed :
. Paderewskls went out to find Pasadena, Cal.-John Philip Sousa. / f
published in the Florida :Baptist
. the note of discord, they behold a composer and player of ragtime, who
- ", Witness of Feb. H. sobbing man playing a violin. They has the reputation of having played LEWIS O'BRYAN Manager Kissimmee Branch
more ragtime compositions than
telephones to police headquarters and !
Rev. Bunyan Stephens the late went back to the plnnos. other musical\ director In the world,

I J pastor, left the work in good condition. rillnmtely Patrolman HlgKinsnn denied the allegation of Dr. Ludwig .

:>> There were no "old Bores" to be healed. took the musical! trail and found the Qruener of Berlin that ragtime .Induces --
Everyone speaks affectionately of their sad fiddler playing to a !group: of attentive Insanity. -

late pastor. The church is united, t Columbia students at One Dr Gruoner, In a statement made 1Qt O

wideawake and progressive. No doubt H n rid I red and Sixteenth street andAmsterdam recently after a study of Insanity patients

avenue The policeman at Bloomingdale, N. Y.; Kanka- S
there are first class churches in .
many .
asked for an explanation and was told kee. 11and\ St. Joseph, Mo., declared i
Florida. If there is to be distinction
any by the musician that the air he was that much of the hysteria In Americawas
put down the First Baptist church .
playing was so haunting that he could Superinduced by ragtime music. SANITARY PLUMBING
of ;Higsimrnee in the front rank. They f: .
not stop Hut he took the policeman's Sousa takes Issue with Dr. Gruener,

come to preaching so regularly; they advice and 'changed his playing claiming;; that more people have' be\ ,

esd listen -so attentively; they payso'; ground. come Interested In classical must I" ''
Adds to the value of house :. :
-, promptly; they plan for the comfort of The policeman next saw the fiddler through their Interest ragtime than your

- their pastor so beautifully. Soon after 'on Amsterdam avenue, further nortB. have ever been driven Insane ., , ,

,.- his arrival, they quietly informed him That time the peripatetic Paganlnl "I am not an IdIot. I know, and I '

LE that they always send their pastor to was arrested. AS they walked to the don't believe I am crazy," said Sousa s Insures the Health of your Family S
West One Hundred and Twenty-flfth when asked concerning the claims of
the Contention,: so he must go. That
street police! station Hlgglnson goodnaturedly Dr. Qruener. who Is l a noted alienist .
edge meant that they paid the bills too. If
let his prisoner continue the In his native country.
that is not first class what class is it? l
melody In the station the playing( "Hysteria Is the form of Insanity wr..rrwewr
It is not the purpose of the pastor in and weeping kept on. So they put that an abnormal love for ragtime

this note to advertise all the generosityof the) violinist In a cell without his seems to produce," said Dr. Gruener. S Sanitary Plumbing can only be done SZ "

, this church. Some other and may violin. He howled so that the Instrument "He Is way off." l Is the reply of

hap, better pastor might want to be- was returned to him. Instantly Sousa. "People like ragtime because
g Z; with the best materials experi- S
ick come pastor here, and I could not the same Hungarian air smote the It ,Is catchy and It generally leads toa by
_pars of t the other prisoners. greater; Interest In classical! composi \
blame him,-but the present incumbent '
t The police Induced' their tions." enced workmen.
objects to a change. I may however I prisonerto S'
0. halt long enough between repetitions "The effect of ragtime music, so-
be permitted inciilently to remark that I to nay that he was Louts I Baton called, unduly influences the auditorycenters I We the finest lines of plumbing ;
while it dismal carry
on last night was and Ig
Hungarian, musician of
a a course, spasmodically, and also the
A.R dark without, and the rain had scarcely and a resident of Far Hockaway. lie Intellectual/ / centers, which will produce ; material I ",

: ceased to fall, 1 saw a light in the went to night court In a patrol wagon: a subnormal" Intellectual condition ,

church house. I did not understand still playing. There Magistrate MeQtiade ," was another of Dr. Gruener's I
what it meant as there was no meet- discharged,' him on his promise expressions. Z; Our plumbers are the most capable t;

ing nor committee at work no I proceeded not to play on the street any more SOURH claims the contrary. Ii
\o investigate. I found about after 6 p. m. in the the city. .

forty people talking pleasantly, and i CLOCK RUNS THOUSAND YEARS
j $5,000 CAT NO !I ; S"
they said to me on my urrival: "Wo, MOLLYCODDLEj i --- ';
want to get acquainted' with Mrs. I - Inventor Asserts Mechanism Stores
Fondness of Feline for Killing Snakes, I Energy Enough From Changes In i S'; f 1
ida. Holt. (She had. just arrived. ) We
I However Worries Owner-Reptile I I Temperature-Is 1 Patented.
werenot in a good condition to receive Is Killed. ; ASK US ABOUT YOUR WORK ; :,

company as our household, effects, had I i New York.-A clock which, It Is 1 ;

not arrived. But they insisted. on going RiinriiciiH, N .7 -If the .r..000 An-j;1 claimed will run for a thousand years .

right over to the pastormm. They gore!: cat which !Mrs John W Hllyard I upon energy stored up from changes i ii s Osceola Hardware Co. S .

were lid by that prince of deacons, -C. owns does not desist In her raids cm i In temperature has been Invented by

A. Carson and wife, and each of them nnnki, >B. pussy may have to submit to Friedrich Hangeter who haa it on exhibition (

C brought something, which/ they left the chaperonage of a nurse girl when II i at his laboratory No 29 Roll ;

when they took their departure.! We I she! taken her dally nlrlngR. Mrs.street 1 Staten Island. A patent has i
ti Illlyard thinks $5.000 Is too Just been granted for this device, ,
should not have been surprised, but wewere. arlato'rat-I VV hy
Ir An Investment to risk on I which Is one of 50 Inventions to the
We had words of
some greeting
; Mrs. Hllyard was sitting In her I credit of Bangeter, who won gold -
some words of appreciation and prayerof home when she heard the mewing of medals at the world's expositions In "
thanksgiving, and they. departed, the cat at the door. She responded I Par In In 1900 and In Belgium In 1905. Her Idea or American I Nice New Home Cheap.We .

leaving the pastor and his wife smiling to the call, and there found awaiting ) The secret of the clock's energy la A little highland Scotch girl had I FLORIDA LAND

through their tears while they too, admittance her $5,000 bunch of fur j the reduction to a minimum of frlc.I looked forward eagerly to the comingof offer for a quick sale, a new Broom -

were happy in heart for having done a with a four-foot live snake very securely lion In Its running parts and the use an American cousin She had never I' house, with hall and two porcties,
I American, but she her
seen bad
deed. Now if that is not first held In Its mouth. In such a of metals susceptible to heat and cold an located in the west part of the city.
generous own Ideas about them. Her mother Splendid colony tract of cutoverland
manner that the snake was powerlessto which, by their contraction 200
'and expansion Fine well of water on back porch
make another class better
clasa i
had to remonstrate with her for look- 118,000
at $3.10.
offer any resistance. It was a the Inventor asserts, the acres
feet barn and outbuildings.
deep, good /
than the first. We are planning great : Ing so hard at their guest after the : Near two trunk line
most trying situation for the woman. wheels turning through a device\ which railroadsand .i
for the work of the American girl had arrived."It Also a small 3-room cottage on the rear
things She did not want to kill the snake, releases metal balls In a wheel. river. This is farming, not
1 1 I. end of the lot, suitable for rental
I rude she said. 'Whvdo pur-
f Master. Some of our enterprising very '
but knew of nothing else to do, and Bangeter claims he has coupled Ina truckinaland..
look at her like that?" shade set in frontof
citizens have motto "Watch Ki.- you poses. Young
a : she finally dispatched It with a clirb practical way the well-known laws,
t "But mother her hair I la lighter lot. This is a great bargain for
simmee Grow. Our church will just as her weapon. --of contraction and expansion and "

have to grow to keep up with the pro- During the operation tbe cat showed of gravity. In order to show the prac- than"Yea.mine." $1,600 cash. If you are looking for a Five acre farms for trucking, of +. ,

cession. unusual Intelligence In such a mat ticability of his clock, he stopped It. "And her skin is white." home, don't fail to see this proposition. pine, prairie, or muck land, in 3
ter, as It continued Its death-like grip Then, by opening the door of 4-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co.
the laboratory Kissimmee
Lord this Gardens
May the grant us blessing: "Ye, but what of It?" adjoining ,t.... : .-
aR That this church may indeed grow in upon Its prisoner until Mrs. Hilyard'sactton so as to cause a change of "I always thought that American City on the east
evidently satisfied It that all temperature, the mechanism started, . ,
9tn grace and in the knowledge of our possible danger bad been removed. and he asserted, that unless Interrupted were black." GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your fill ( 1 di
Jesus Christ to whom be I
Lord glory II .
i It would continue for a throusand
artesian wells. 43-tf A Lot
evermore. Amen. A. J. HOLT, Stork Comes at Last. years. 330x660 ft. near the cen- "J
I I Pastor. Pasadena Cal.-The baby faminein ter of Kfssirnmee for $1OOO, I .e6

this city Is a thing of 'the past. Tired on Sunday. Wh* Not Suitable for buildings and garden r .t$+
Well Supplied. Mr. Brown preached fearlessly and OrlflnalPorter*
Sixteen babies have been ushered In- ing. A good investment for
, BL Loul.-Golf links, heavy meals some
B.lIllar--PktaM: mister, give --me a with power, and many In the audience Posters1 are so called because la ,
to the world at the Pasadena hospital '
lpl '. dime for my three hungry children. automobiles and Sunday theatres, were visibly affected Rev. Mr. Ross former time the roads and footpathsof one. _
within the last 34 hours, and these
so much on'Sunday
Pedestrian (hurrying on)-Doot weary person did fine work with the chorus, and he London were separated by line of .
need any more, thank you. flgurei are not inclusive ofperbaptl that they are tootiredto go to sang as a solo: "Why Not Say yrepmtwgkjgkjbkgChicago posts on which announcement were
a doseD more that hare arrived In church opine Rev J B. Dlllard, of Tribune.' pasted. J. M. Willson .Jr.f .

prlrate *. this city.t. / f'

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v i Kissimftiee Val Gazette business and. editorial rooms is. con-'l LACES. AND. LINGERIE ,j ..;' "....'._:,....""".,,:...t" .,
l'ey' Portable The entire first floor of the ii
structure, which la two stories high, is .1
; used by the Gazette and three sets of ; KaU's Store .Has a Successful White ,\

.' W.. HARRIS '. r. Editor and Proprie'tor'L modern appartments are'' above. It is Goods Opening .

T 'L ._. _, KUYKENDALLuociateEdito., .-. built of brick and atone.:. 'and. .. ;is. one of j' -- --
.,' --- !__..... __- the office and business buildingsin /; TAre we" fn Kiesir rr ee1," eves the
!L PUBLISHED; EVERY Y.--------- : Kissimmee. It is likely that no .startled exclamation:, of a_ t lady who
y weekly newspaper in the state has a stepped into Katz's store on Tuesday
FLORIDA more complete and handsome home. at the white 'good opening. To the
,.. ,. Times-Union. mere man reporter who dropped'' in to
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see what a white goods opening looked
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In the current number of the Kis- DAcPOWOEI.
like there appeared to be good groundsfor
1 which is I
One $Lw simrnee Valley Gazette, pro-
v copy, one year the exclamation. He was not
e" months .75 fusely illustrated, appears a panoramicview
copy much of an authority on laces and
three months - .40 of Kissimmee on the northern I Pttr
One ,
f copy The lingerie, but the display certainly: look Absolutely
-- -- -- -- shore of Lake Tohopekaliga.
I ed and .
pretty metropolitan.The
All communications, except from our authorized correspondents, must be picture's are very interesting and are
attractive of
signed by the writer. splendidly presented, being printedover arrangement dainty
goods was the work of Mr. E. C.
Will not be returned unless called for. two pages without cutmg.The Dusenberry and was artistic and
I Rejected matter en-
--- .. views have bee'n well taken, excellently ticing. Mr. Dusenberry showed- the Makes Home Baking Easy

Entered at the Postoflice in Kissimmee Fla., as second-class mail matter. transferred to metal and when printedon \ reporter around and told him all about _
heavy paper show every detail and
the latest things in torchon, val en-
4 Fr1d.a.y. February :23.: :: :i1: :2: I give thriving a clear little idea city of the of beautiful Kissimmee.-and ciennes, insertion, shirt waist fronts; No other aid' to the housewife

patent, automatic reversible parasols,
5 Times-Union. is so great no other agent so
do nothing but sit etc, etc, etc, until the aforementioned )
; warm by guz Kissimmee i ia growing and improving reporter did not know whether he was useful and certain in making .

' whatever that is. rapidly. The Valley Gazette of' the apiece of old Irish lace or a bow of delicious wholesome food
question 16th shows a very nice cut of the new baby ribbon. Our advise to the ladies

had a coat we home of this publication. Kissimmeeis is to go and see it all. No mere man
also to have an automobile fire can describe it. ncidentally it maybe
buy coats for the I
t of Pensacola I equipment to cost $6,800.-Gainesville stated that on the opening day a dainty The only Baking Powdermade

1 left himself. The Sun. boutinnaire and a cup of tea was /givento from
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is that we couldn't ------- each visitor at the store.ATTEN1ION.
PAPERSAn ----- -- -----------
a picture in his glad NOT ENOUGH Royal Grape Cream of TartarNo

him on the fly. idea of the popularity of our fine !
j prints a paper that special edition of last week is shown I
else than a speci by the fact that we have already had
r type of the orders for 1500 copies more than w. Householders Are Urged to CleanUp Alum No Lime Phosphates

I will endeavor to couldsupply, although we printed over
their Premises.The
put a dress suit 2000 more than our regular issue. NufT .)
to get a picture sed! attention of the resident house- b
fastidious --- --- ,-- --- keepers called to the
; con- ---- - is unsightly condition -
meantime we will ; of some of the premises in this
that the front SOME WEATHER city, and they are urgently/ requestedto the public that they now have the funds
.. looks half have all unsightly objects removed, on hand to re-set the palms and otherwise I IMPORTANT MATTERPoll
de iI" as does the and the yards, especially back yards beautify the town when the people
I I Pensacola News. Kissimmee Enjoys Climatic Varietythe -- cleaned up. Also have receptacles J of are progressive and spirited I -

- -,- Spice of Life. some kind for tin cans, bottles, and all enough to take the cows off the streets. I I Tax Must be Paid Before

YOU. rubbish that cannot be burned. Such Com. V. 1. S. March the Ninth
The weather man seems to have been will be removed by scavengers. The !

Gazette has uncorking the past few weeks about all city in some places is in a most unsightly Only about two weeks remain for
( ) for itself that is the varieties of climate he had in stock. condition, owing to thoughtlessness Last Sunday a party consisting of paying your poll, tax in order to secure
the state for a Chilly dry weather, chilly wet weather, or carelessness of some. Capt. W. C. Cobb with Mr. and Mrs.T. a vote at the coming democratic

not the very top dry weather, wet, weather, cold weather Attention is also called to the fact L. Crowe, of Evansville Iral.. Mr. primary. This is a matter of exceedingly
of the 16th con hot weather, and just weather have that the city has provided sewerage, I great importance. The present
description which been pulling off a merry-go-round, and there is no excuse for throwing and Mrs. Rodney! Snyder of Kissimmee -' campaign is for county and,! state

of l'nemiesif which was completed on Wednesday bya water over the banisters of upstairs Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Crowe, of his- officials, and for an expression of presidential -
of friends. The wind the like of which the oldest inhabitant !flats undangering passers by and add- sflnmee, and Messrs. llevlin Snyder preference Every Democratwill

the success I cannot remember. While no ing unpleasantness to the surrounding and Lee Law, of Asheville, N. C., went I want to vote, but many will be
latest edition of I great damage was done in this city the if do the
atmosphere down F. unable to do so they not pay
I to Mr. B. Cobb's, at Sheep
supplement mis-placed Kansas zephyr blew down a The V. I. S. asks the City Council to I poll tux before March !'Jth. .. The proportion
'and surround- !; lot of signs, some fences, etc., and have a house to house inspection by Hammock, and on Monday nigh"t"held: n I of those who have paid is very

was quite up- turned the lake into a choppy sea. Sev- the proper officer to have the foregoing Cracker frolic with a number of Gardner tniiill, to ,date.I We cannot too strongly ,
and style, reflect-! j eral rowboats, were submerged, and nuisances removed. folks and danced till daylight Tues I emphasize the imjxirtnnce of tending

and printer antll I even the heaviest barges, which are The Society also wishes to state to day. All reported a good time. lit 0I1l"10 this important civic duty.
to the In- ; ordinarily as steady as the earth itself,
the best sections were set to rolling. The wind ended
is due to do1, I with a heavy rain.

as it has re Attention should
I of the single in- fact however, that the weather which ..
proper recog Kissimmee folks call disagreeable. is
paper ever hap quite pleasant, as compared with ordinarily -
The excellent town bud weather), in other places. It AUCTION SALEI
i are mutually is also a notable fact that Florida never I '
has bad weather except when much ;
worse .. i in the
: the Kissimmee Ga-

f : and good news days We when frequently the North have beautiful Is stormbound I I' I:
that hustling city,
"f .The reverse condition never .
\: ? ;( interesting the Valley,Gazette.a Cut of p evails. The 'eafly part of the pres- .
ent week was a sample of the ordinary
jo't two stories and. Florida winter weather balmy, sunshiny -
the "Flat-iron" daysmaking. triad the heart of I S.J. TRIPLE-ITS[ RESIDENCE
I ] a fine structure. .
private office, with man and bird and beast. Even 1Vediiesday I I
I' wiiuly! as it was, was quite, I
door, which is {.'rI ,
pleasant so far as temperature was

I fortune. The
'1 ,' and de- I Col, Andrew Johnson, president, of ''I at Corner of Main and Orange Streets
the Kissimmee Farm Land Bond Loan ,
i| {, and in a nice, NORTH KISSIMMEH:
look for greater and Investment Company arrived in

San for,! Heruld. the city this week and haN opened his will be held( on
office temporarily Makinson's, packing -I
) {' Gazette in its house. Col. Johnson states that he 1
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new office and it is has secured the storeroom now occupied I SATURDAY MAR9TH
-' .. newspaper-. by the Cash Hardware! Store, which ,
{. Constructed will be vacated March 1st, to which I
i it has entrances on place the company will then move its
AT 2:30 P. M. t
1 arrangement of offices. I I : ..' .

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I This splendid home consists of a house of

I I nine rooms, all necessary outhouses such as

woodsheds, chicken houses, etc. 14 bearing

I orange trees, 7 peach trees, 2 mulberry trees
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i"r: Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette When you need a square 'meal, Lincoin's -" County,, ,Superintendent Sean is in I
:;.; it where you get it. 9-lt Pennsylvania on business. I
:, J fl/ ._ hoed. Messrs.J,-E..Davis,and John Carle/ .Sheriff Prevatt"It somewhat improv;:

: .EVERY'FR D of Sharon Pa. and S. H. DeGroot of
PUBLISHED ed after an illness of several days that
,:f .-BY.....; Youngstown, Ohio/ ; and J. P, 'Oardn'erof confined him'to his Bed.

W. ... MARRIB: ., this ,city.Jett Wednesday, in a Lake
launch Mr.. and Mrs. C, A. Carson left Fri- Gem Villa
for a week or ten Hays h hunting!
and fishing trip. 'down the Tttsiimmei day night for Baltimore; Mr. Carson

\'\ Weather river. They expect to go aa far at is seeking a much needed rest. ..

Report Lake Istopaga.Lincoln' Mr. W. B. Crawford is ?fn Chicago on .

for nice Steaks, Chops, business Mrs. Crawford is spendingthe '

I Following are the daily temperatures Sealed Oyster Flea Cakes, etc. 9-lt week with relatives in Pensacola Has a ,combination. of advantage found In no other proposition' : i

and precipitation as Messrs.; Andrew Martin of Maiden Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Crowe arrived in the State. .

reported by the Government Rock, Wis.. and Gurley Lester of the 15th from Evansville, Ind., for: a 1 ,

station at Kissimme for the Capac, Mich., are among the late visit to their son., M E. Crowe, of this Altitude Exclusiveness Frost Protection Railroad . ' z #

week ending Feb. 22, 1912. arrivals to spend the remainder of the place, and W. S. Crowe, of Tampa.Mr. -

MAX MIX. RAIN winter in i Kissimmee. These gentlemen A. E. Drought, who recently Facilities, Water Transportation, ;

. have both visited nur city before, purchased the insurance business of R II .
Friday . . . 68' 41 . Resident Horticulturist
and their old friends are delighted to G. Johnston, has rented desk room in
. . 74 66 7 .
Saturday. have them with us again. Capt. H.. M. Breaker's real estate of.
. . . 70 67 . .
. Sunday.Monday. . . . 74 43 ; Fine field-grown Roses. Miss Jean fice. For the present Mr. Drought will Send For the Book and Then Inspect It
Caldwell Greenhouse Phone 83. 6-tf remain at St. Cloud but will have a
Tuesday. . .. 79 49 . .
representative in his office here.
Wednesday . 73 64 .60 Dr. C. L. Hyatt lies [dangerously ill

Thursday . . 64 41 . of pneumonia at his home In this city. Rev. Father Fox of Orlando, will

, 1 Dr. Hyatt was called a few days ago to come to Klssimmee on Saturday. Feb. Lake Gem Land i

'- attend his sister. In' Georgia, who had 24, and will have devotions in the even- Compamy!

tiN" tN N'N11'N'" MNN1'wTHE pneumonia. The sister died and Dr. lag; at 7:30: o'clock in the chapel at the .

Hyatt returned to Kissimmee, but the home of Mrs. A. Tress and will say J. E. MATTOCKS. Pres. & Manager $ ,

exposure and worry had given him the 'M'aaaat8o'clock! Sunday morning at .
i LOCAL dreaded disease, and he was taken the; Fraternity Hall opera house. KISSIMMEE FLA.

down on Monday. He is receiving the .
-i iLincoln's beat of attention from the physipiana Mr. I. L. Fancier of West Virginia I

_"""" __ of the city. accompanied by his wife, is visiting his

brother in this city. Mr. Fansler is

PieS fill the bilL Dolly Madison High Shoes/ for Ladies looking about with the idea of invest- I I
Oyster only *)1.60.\ at Cash Store. 6-tf !! "
Try them. 9-lt ing in some business here or an orange -

Messrs. Todd & Key, the new grove. He considers 42 degrees be-
An auction sale of the town residenceof
managers of the opera house, are to be low zero a little too cold, and thinks
S. J. Triplett is advertised on Page
commended for the high class enter- Kissimmee will suit him first rate.
6. Read the ad. tainment they are providing the peopleof I I ;

Nice line of Laces and Embroideriesjust [Kissimmee the e evenings. They Mr. C. C. Kribbs and daughter. Miss BRACELETS THAT PLEASE

arrived at A. S. Gilbert's 8-11 have greatly improved the moving Mildred, of Weston, Pa., came to Kis- **f
simmee last visit to .
Friday on a JudgeG.
Mr. J. D. Sneermjrer and family have pictures with their new machine and s
and Mr. Knbbs
F. Kribbs family.
arrived in this city from New Mexico, have been furnishing some flrst rate h
went to the West Coast this.week, leaving refined those
last woman are whose workmanship
and expect to make their home here. vaudeville acts in addition. THE ;
Saturday night three performanceswere Miss Mildred here till his return. is fine, designs new and unique, precious atones

You can get anything you want in -- required to accommodate the i They expect to return home about set in the latest fashions diamonds of water '- -
Dryfcoods and Shoes at A. S. Gilbert's.The March 1, but will return next winter. pure ,
crowds. full of fire and brilliancy, rubies of pigeon blood '
,Rev. David D. Kidd will hold They do say Lincoln's is the place for Kissimmee was quite a rendezvousfor
color and and
Church on 9-lt sapphires, opals, all kinds of cem. i
services in the Episcopal good tried chicken. candidates this week Hon J. W.
next. Morning prayer the that are the finest that can be secured.
Sunday The officials of the Florida Press Watson, Osceola's favorite candidatefor

Litany and sermon at 10:30: o'clock. Association are completing plans for governor; Hon. W. M. Holloway,

You can get: all kinds of good eatingat the annual meeting:, which will probably state superintendent of public instruction { y } :.. r

Lincoln's. 9-lt be held at a time that will permIt and Royal C. Dunn, railroad com

Rev. A. M. Chisholm will preach on the members to attend the Democratic missioner, were among those present.Mr. You will always find these at our store.COIE .

the subject of "A Divine Pl?a" or National Convention at Baltimore. The Watson expects to return in a few .

Christian Unity, and How, at the standing committees were appointed a days for a campaign trip through Osce- ,,{

Christian church Sunday morning. few days ago by President F. R, McCormack ola and Orange counties.Mr. .

Mr. W. )$. Hams, of Kis- '
It's none too early sir, to order your J. Edward Krause, the hotel kingof Jeweler and o-
of the
simmee, was made chairman
Easter suit. Do it now. Katz's. Indianapolis, proprietor of Hotel I C A I I
arbitration and grievance committee.
1 Edward Hotel Morton and New Washington -
Messrs."J. P. Hale and A. S. Nelson Ladies' Street and Dress Hats, readyto all located in that city, arrivedin .

spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Jacksonville wear, just in. at Mrs. W. II. Farm- Kissimmee this week. Mr. Krauseis 1'
er's 9-It rr
in attendance upon the Men vice president of the Narcoossee ,

end Religion Movement conv. ntion. Mr. V. 11. Hanchett, presidentof the Land and Townsite Company which ,

Have you seen our new Spring. Hanchett Swage Works, of Big Rap- recently purchased the Fell tract and "

materials' Prettier. than ever. Kuti's. ids, MiCh., was., in the city several days is here looking over the situation witha -

I this week. Mr Hanchett is making: view to building a large hotel at Nar- ; .j
J C. Jones, of
State Attorney
I business trip of several months, cover- coossee. ,.
this week in Kis-
Orlando is spending .
the South, the East and the New
simmee and contiguous territory in the ing For sale: Fine well rooted Loganberry
states. lie expressed a great
interest of his cundidacj for re-ele(Kion.Kle England: plants. Also R. C. Rhode Island
deal of pleasure with what he saw, I
hens J. E. 'Whitman, yellow house
Fur- this( section. He was particularly ,
buys $1 worth at KiHHimmee in beyond saw mill. 94tpdMr. '.
niture Co., from Keb 12 to MardI 2. pleased with the luxurious vegetation

72tMr. here, many parts of the state which he J. II. Halley has moved his _iI

and Mrs. Frank M Barker and had visited being covered with nothing family to Lqughman,-where he recently ,

little son of Hillsdale Mich., arrived in except sand. purchased a large body of land and t t

I: the city last week to spend the winter Misses' and Children's Trimmed HaU has formed a company, to be known as I f

:;pr., and have secured rooms. at Dr. Hick's. just arrived at Mrs, W.. II. Farmer's. the Peninsular Highlands Co., for j
,,, 9-lt While Mr. livedin
colonizing it. llalley Jir. lr1Mrmm
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ld.! V. Price materials are for men
who want good. clothes> See them atKatz' C. Buckelt. over Katz's store, has Kissimmee only a comparativelyshort
... had f fift\ out-yeuri experience in Florida time, he won the confidence andesteem
: and knows what kind of property of all with whom he came in I
Lincoln's restaurantlrn'li openedup people' wan I. 'I If you have any to sell,
see him; it will pay juu 0tf contact, anti the rcmmalof him and 'tr! )) AIU ))
a few days ago, IH i IIJOMMH' :i good: 1 I Jt. I
his excellent. ) family from our midst is J '
patronage, \\ hldl shows the appreciation I Mr. :S. J. InjiU-tt, a well known a distinct, loss to our citizenship There ) e Ja! ii iii

of the public for having an up-to- l furini of Nurtnossie section, wasIII is some comfort in the fact however,
date estahlishnu of this, Kind the city on business, uesday V'-- V
I that( LoUKhrnan is only a short distance ,
were going to SHY that hi was
Any work done at the (ash Store from. kissimmie, and we may expect )
of Gazette (; -
..isnociatteditor the Vallt-y "
Jewfy\ Shop, hex t door to i ostoflito, ly frequent visits from them. '
if fully guarantied 1'. G i. \Vluti'.' I but he objects seriously to being' i!

known) as anything except a farmer Mra !Nellie n. Ferris, a former arty i
\Preaching Sunday morning lit the I noW. Anyhow, "Trip" was in town teacher lienmvitcs. you to see the I "
Methodist church by the pastor II'. T.1 hands with his hundreds of beautiful. "SchunicUe") ware and pictures -
Games In the evening 7:15: by J' D.I shaking/ clone by the noted artist, Schu- [
frittidH hen. llvtrybody was glad to macher, and others, in the new fusible ,
Kuykendall to the young peopleAll see him He has only gained sixteen oils and mineral water colors. !9-lt -

invited. pounds in the past six weeks from I T'H.
Last Saturday at 11:30 a. m. Mrs. V
Don'tforget: the date of our Spring which we assume that farming does notagree
Perdew Barnes united in the
. . Opening, Keb 20Kalz'e.The : with him very well.If Lena was
bonds of matrimony to Mr. Geo. N.

ladies of the G. A. K. will entertain choice, anti you are particular, Nickles. The ceremony was performed Land that.\ has t

the wives, sisters and daughters of phone 1Kb for accuracy and dispatch.Will by Rev S. S. Snyder of; the Pres-
: Wednesday call and make eot.mates from your t
soldiers at the G. A. R. hall on
church, at the home of the
own order. Ernest Green; Sign Writer byterian
Feb. 28, from 2:80 to 5 p. m. and Interior Decorator Box 139. 5-tf bride's mother Mrs. Helen 1'erdew fulfilled all promises V
invited to
All the ladies are cordially
A dozen of the most intimate friends r
Within a very few minutes more than
attend. were the invited guests. The home
$50 was raised at the men's meetinglast
*' revised edi- was tastefully decorated with potted
"Seminoles of Florida, Sunday afternoon for the relief of
tion; $1.25 at Kissimmee Drug Co. 6-tf plants bamboo and cut flowers. Roses .
the family of a man who came to Kis-

Mr. S. J, Triplett, in another column simmee a few weeks ago suffering from and orange the ceremony blossoms refreshments predominated.After were. i ?i iY

advertises his house in this city for sale rheumatism. He has been so far curedof
served and the happy couple left on I
at auction. This is one of the most the rheumatism as to be able to
1:05 train for Millen, Ga., where they
desirable home places in Kiasimmee, work but his family, in Georgia was
1. will be at home to their many friends;
and the .ale will doubtless attract the in dire want. The money will be usedto
Mr. Nikihs entering business in that
homeseekers. them to Kissimmee. Atten-
all bring
attention of
city. The best wishes of a large circleof
tion was called at the time the collec-
Big sale at Kmsimmee Furniture Co. friends go with them.If .
from Feb. 12 to March 2. 7-2t tion was taken that money is usually

raised to send poor families away froma you have property you desire to
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sessions, of Bar- town not to bring them.A sell, see C. Buckets, over Katz's store. i.
tow Fla., have purchased, through J. He has had fifty-one years experiencein I

M. Willson, Jr., the stone cottage In new black-striped, cream serge Florida, and knows what the people
Horace suit, ordered, then unclaimed will be want 60-tf
North Kissimmee owned by old at a bargain; also a creams silk-
Woodall. The Sessions are expected to lined marquisette waist. Inquire at

occupy their new home this week. Mrs. Pearce's. 6-tf Good Roads Meeting k,,

u- __ New line of 10-cent Ginghams at A. Mr. Edward Canning of the firm of ;
1I S. Gilbert' 8-lt MacAlister Canning & Co., real estate ,. The Good Roads enthusiasts of the

The editor of the Gazette is indebtedto dealers of Council Bluffs la., has beenin county are invited to attend a meeting Kissimmee Valley Land Company L
which has been called President
of the city this week. Mr. Canning by H. .
for sample
Mr. A. F. Spawn informs the Gazette that his company Clay Sanford of the recently organized: r L
and sweet potato
evaporated cocoanut closed with the club to be held at the Court House "
has just a deal Hunter at ". ki!
and .
flour made at his canning factory .
near this city. We Land Co. for the Lake Marion tract two o'clock the first Monday March. H. B. HOUCK, Resident Manager .' -r;; '

evaporating plant and near Whittier containing 23,600 acres, The Club which was organized at the 1 t i
have given the sample a fair test, which they will colonize Mr Canning visit of the Good Roads train was of a e. --,,' ,
pronounce tbem as fine as any thinks it is probable that the' companywill temporary nature. The meeting in KISSIMMEE ;t1t-( 7
either in Klslllm- -
market FLORIDA
goods on establish local officer Kissimmee. March'Mr.: Stanford informs us, is for '\.t ,
mee or elsewhere. is accompanied here by his the purpose of effecting a Nil. } '" 4V
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March 9th is the last day: on which who is a civil engineer, and will proceed organization, and laying plans for future .--i ... '..'-' ..
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can your poll tax in order to ,. work the lines of .. : .
you pay the at once to survey out the land and along highway 1" 7'f T"t
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vote at cut it up into small tracts. improvement in Osceola County. t Ir I//.
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t*; a I Pogo; 8 THE K1SSDDIEE 'VALLEY GAZETTE 1 >.. February 23, 1912. ;.f'

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i : City and County Unites to Build I
] Mary Gaines favorably Im-/

r. j t Manicurists Along. Broadway --. ""- :7Much Needed Street ,. I -,---- presseslarg4f'Audience.A -- +

3, Startled by Humor. Jrt recognition.of the value to Ihe large audience-en a recital\ at I

,. city and county of the! canning) factory ( ) the Auditorium Friday night, by Miss

''y the construction of which has just been Mary Gaines assisted i bytMiaa Thorn a- ,
: Health Department Is Seriously Con. completed by Mr Spawn immediately son. Miss Lowe and Miss 'Buckets..1

,,1 ." aldsrlng Advisability' .of Compelling south of the city work wall commenced Miss Gaines, who is the daughter .of
t 1"" ,;. .. Women to .Pan Fitness this week road the
on a leading
Rev. H. T. Gaines,_ pastor of .
; Examination. directly to the plant. ,The street baa Methodist Church, recently arrived In.
: \ \$ ,' -' -:-- been overgrown with palmettos, and ata this city from Nashville Tenn., where I

f'. r" New York., Manicure maids point near the city limits a small i she has been studying. 'I
+ throughout the city were greatly
cabin occupied the center of the road-
The of Friday night, beside I
;; alarmed when they learned that tbe program
t health department of Washington was way. This, ? has been removed, the instrumental numbers by MIPS Buckels,

seriously considering the advisability brush cleared, and an excellent street Miss Thomaaon, and Miss Lowe, con- I "y frla v.
I of compelling all linger fixers to pass in being graded. This work i ia being ( tained several readings and vocal 1
'a ''examlnatlon done by the city council and the ro I 4''+
fitness before permitting ) selections by Miss Cannes. The num- I
them to open amputation par' county commissioners, the plant being bers were well! selected to display the .--- ;va A,

lors. Members of the local Orange outside' the city limits, and the versatility of the young lady who madea
SUCk Squad knew that It would be most direct route to it
partly decidedly good impression, both as a 1
Only a short time before the health within; and I r pLi
partly without the city. I reader and as a vocalist <
department would put them In theY
The grading of .this street makes a : Miss Gaines has a dramatic soprano
olrll service class 1 If the experiment I I
proved successful Washington.. great improvement in the south end. i voice 'of rather surprising range and
It also makes it possible for visitors to I
but possessing also richness of
Tbe report created a panic among power
the digit destroyers employed In bare easily reach the canning; factory, which I I| tone, and showing the marks of excellent yuk' i1 1]

ber shops along Broadway and' the promises to become one of the showplaces I I training. The unanimous whn

? abutting streets, this being the territory -, of Kissimmee. Mr. Spawn's opinion of the music lovers who heard
In which the beautiful but Incompetent plan for this includes the using of the ', ; the recital was that Miss Gaines i is a ) ,

t + nail trimmer Is found on ten acres\! of land on which the factory :]: I vocalist of more than usual talent. In ,,

Broadway all aIdes Is The greater linger than mortality>n any other In is located for purposes of an experimental -I i j I ) I her readings, also, the young lady was :!
farm. This in itself will be- most displaying lark of the
i pleasing, a
part of tbe world, actors, bookmakers .
come an attractive spot for visitors i! affectation which too often mars I
;' t wine agents and lace drummers
cheerfully contributing their digits In and townfolks to visit. The present I ( ) I elocutionary efforts. : 1 1 1ti.
order prospects, Clam are that the section The in its I J
I that some hardworking manicure program entirety was received
may have money to pay' her around the cannery. will be rapidly ,i with no little enthusiasm, a

chauffeur. As a matter of fact, any populated. There are in fact, severalnew number of encores being demanded.

male person In the vicinity of Broadway homes m that vicinity nu...... j ,
and Forty-second street, who has 1
In this connection it may be stated'
more than one wbole finger!: l la viewed that Mr. 11. M. ]Half, of i A RARE COMPLIMENT ftl.i .
i, L with suspicion by the street's social LII11hnKtUl1'I 3
was a visitor at
aet. 1
this week. Mr. Half has built, several'' Minneapolis Visitors Take Jar of a
And the victim actually laughs ,I
while some surgical siren la separating -- canning factories and says that -Mr.Spuwn \ Kissimmee Water to their Homes. it i
him from his fingers. A reporter 's evaporator is the best he ever :, I COL. CROMWELL GIBBONS It t(

I, who made a tour of the popular polishing saw, and that Mr. Spawn evidently''I A rather unusual compliment was t

5 plants yesterday saw one man understands the evaporating business f paid Kissimmee this week by Mrs. E. I 1
after another take hU seat In tbe execution from A to Z. lie predicts that the I H. Copeland, wife of Vice-President

chaIr and smile pleasantly local cannery will be a complete Copeland of the Southern Railway, who -- I
while, the charmer across tbe table
removed large slices\ of his hand. Not success. with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sanders of .. ...0................... :
-Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. G. -
F( .content with paying for bis punishment .
\, the victim slips\ his assailant a HAPPINESS IN FLORIDA H. Newhouse of this city. EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH
Act Standard Oil Co.,
I half dollar to buy a new chisel and Just before leaving in the privatecar
'' mallet. He doesn't realize that he Mrs. Copeland sent the porter to

has left part of himself In the barber Nature Has Done Her Best to Make her't the Newhouse home with a live gallon : MACH: : EROS_ i
hop until be puts' on his gloves and jar which she desired filled with Kis-

find that they are eleven sizes too Life Pleasant I II I simmee city water for use on their : Livery Feed and Sale Stable ;

; large for him. There wealth and happiness to be homeward journey. The visitors had J

"So they are going" to put us In the had in Florida. Present general previously commented several times up- Agt. International Harvesting Co.
civil service class said Mlsa Carrie '
.d ditions, more especially the high co cOli-I' on the excellence of the city water, and
Cuticle, who sees to It that the fingers 2
In West Thirty-ninth street don't get living, etc., are making it more upon its evident purity. That their -A-X-H, :ICXXTXDS: :: : :: ::. k.-V-Sr H-A.tT31jX.CNra-:

too long. At the Ume she was hold more apparent that the cities and I compliments were not idle words was :
ing a hand that looked like a rutabaga northern sections of our country are I proven !bv their acts. Thus has Kis- Everything new and first class. We render prompt and t

the property of a portly citizen not the places for who can /get out of simmee's sparkling water, pure as the I satisfactory service day or night. .

whose smile Indicated that be would them and secure a living where there is j] dews of heaven, found its way half I ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT :
have been perfectly contented !If she no rent or coal bills to pay and, moroT across the continent.
cut off his arm. than all, where there is independence : Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 .
"Well, all 1 got to say" sbe went comfort and happiness I I
on, with a toss of her blond head "la The products of Florida are almost too i Correcting An Error J ...0000............. ......
-s ttlat things Is getting to a fine state /
,- when.they well known .to make it necessary to ; Mr. J. K. Milliard, o.f Milliards Island,
expect us girls to be college I :
speak of them here. Every: one is informed us this. week that we were in
graduates. All I want l Is a few
l I more weeks at this game and then aware that grapefruit oranges, lemons, error in stating/ that a meeting was I

It they can bring on their old examinations. limes, bananas, plantain, peaches, called to change the name of Milliards I

I I'll have enough money to retire pears, strawberries, pineapples, grapes, Island. As a matter of fact the j I Attention!
% by ,that time. Deg your pardon, together with sugar cane tobacco and meeting was called to name the school
1 .1 sir, the scissors: slipped.", all kinds of spice! trees-in fact all house.near Billiards Island, formerly n

j. I ,' : ro" "AH right little one" answered the fruits and vegetables capable of being known as Bevons. An account of the ,

l' Y' 1" patron gallantly "Never felt It." grown in a semi-tropical, cpuntry-will meeting is given in another column.
.i ,.i" "Do know anything about Mr. HomeseekerIn
\ f" ;' omyT" you asked the reporter. ai\at- grow .here, and in such profusion thata Billiards Island l la too well establisheda
'r "What's five-acre plot will support familyof name .o be changed/ even if anyone
anatomy got to do with s
finger nails?" came the shouted ra.spon.e. average size. Add to this the fact desired to do so, which hey do not.

"Is anatomy going to tell me that there are no coal bills to pay- I The Valley Gazette will publish shortly -

when I'm hurting a guy? Not much.' which in many places in the north are an article regarding; island, and

When .1 hear him squeal then I know sufficenUy large to support an ordinary its very interesting history.
order to get to come to Kissimmee and her
that it's"time to withdraw the sets family for a whole year in the f you investigate
sora." I wonderful opportunities for safe and profitable investments, I am
south\ -and you will have some idea of I
"But they never squeal, do they?" the advantages: and poHsibilites offered. Good News going to help you to pay your railroad fare. Here is how I am go-

"Theydon't eh? Here comes one member, also, that the whole year j I I We have secured a few 5 and 10 acre ing to do it.
of those bum sports now. Walt till of the finest fruit and truck '
Beginning February 1st and continuing I
fr- from January 1 to, December 31, is ninety days am
within half mile of the city
yoJ.L. ear the howl he makes. lands, a
going to give a rebate of two and one half cent all
'" available for working on. the farm. limits which we can offer at the very you per on
The door swung open and In rushed Kis- real estate purchases that make from the amount of the
There is no !season when one cannot low price of $50.00 per acre. you me
fat all out of breath and
a few
He a work out of doors. I Himmee is expanding: so rapid these rebate in no case to exceed the price of your railroad fare.
fingers. appeared to be
lands will soon be almost in town and
'._ six ounce boxing gloves, but these I will be worth many times the prices I Furthermore, I guarantee thxt I will charge you no more for

turned out to be heavy bandages. Florida Crops. come into market ata asked today. Do not go miles into the property than any of my competitors would charge you for the

"Did you see one of my thumbs lime of when no other Statein country for small tracts at any price, I same property. It matters not if you are already here; if you camein
I year such these at this
around here after I left?" he roared. while you can get as
I last fall and want to invest a little before
the produce those will be such money returning to
1 "fioy!" shouted Ml..s Carrie. "Look \Union can particular price. Soon, there no I
among the loose fingers and BeeI crops. If Florida strawberries opportunities as this as all near-by your northern home you can take advantage of my offer.

you can find this gentleman's thumb." did not ripen before April or May I| is lands limited will gathered and: will up.soon The be quantity taken. Remember, I have for sale at all times anything in the way

r '. "Sorry Miss Cuticle" said the they would not bring any greater: t Other lands, a little nearer in, but no of Florida real estate that you could possibly wish and at the lowest '

youngster. ; "but I just swept them out. price than those grown in Georgia, the ( better, have recently sold at one prices and on the easiest terms. Just at present I have three or ,
The boss said they was" piling up Carolinas or Virginia. It i is this fact i hundred dollars per acre and some havea four rare bargains that I am offering. If you want one you had

t too fast and were In the way that makes fruit-growing/ : and truck- K-tf prohibitive II.price.M. BREAKKK & CO. better get busy at once. '

The owner ot tbe thumb glared at raising in Florida so profitable.f Lake- (
the woman he had been smiling at land News.: \
t It but a few hours before and 1 daubed out I IDon't $ ': I, Their Vision Dimmed. NO I Fifteen acres just outside the city limits splendid quality of

i r 1 of the place. The man III the chair ./ I (How many learned men are work- land high and l dry good five room house, good deep well, new
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never winced under the orange stick lorget that the price of a want j Ing at the forge!; of science-laborious, i iI | hog wire fence around ten acres Home three or four acres cleared. Price

!i", but told her to dry her te.jirH and not ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest | ': I ardent! tireless Cyclops but oneI $45.00 per"acre. The naked land is cheap. at the price.

", let one thumb worry her investment you aver made. : I eyed !Joubert "
'I I An exact counterpart of No. Ilnll lying immediately along
''I Dr. Lederle of the health department I N O. 2
I side of it, except No. :'J! has a four-room house and good surface
t was not at his. olTlce, and In his
'I I absence none of his. subordinates well. I'rice 40.00 per acre.
I- would discuss the subject. Solomon B. AuJtman Prmm. W. M. Fmrrtll Vic.,P,.., and M... C. W. Walton. S.c. and
Two beautiful live-acre
N O tracts, just outside city'limits, on fine
I O. hard road. Good chine neighbors. Price $3K.l)0( ) per five-acre N

;.. -- A Ten acres land, just ;'tlC'8i city limits, overlooking the lake,
Woman Steps Into Coal Hole, Tears Planing Mill and Novelty Works ** and clone to the new canning factory. Land in the immediate

t'It : Her Stocking and Loses $1,000 vicinity of this tract i is proving wonderfully productive. This is an ideal
Worth of Diamond Rlnga.I _, r for suburban home Price $66.00
e syr place a per acre.
) $:: y ,Era tffill!:
New York.-There Is no safe hiding i_ 0 NO C Five to eight thousand acres fine timber land, close to railroad,
place these days for women's treas "' ''1.:. r! :' J one mile| Of beautiful lake front fine land for fruit growing: and

.... urea. For the hitherto inviolate lanc- 5 :! ; ? general farming. Land immediately adjoining this recently sold for $12.50
lily of milady's stocking has been Invaded - c! I per acre.! This would make a dandy little colonization proposition. Only
b' and $1,000 worth of diamond : & 1.3.. three miles from two railroad stations Price $6.50 per acre.
Yti! rings scattered along West Tenth oQ.. .e Ki r
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.treat.It 1 :: it
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has become known that Miss t! II .1 =- f iI ; We are from MissouriLet -
Agnes Genen lost a chamois bag containing "i ; t : .
diamond rings which she had I e .... ; t r "
1 +i placed In supposedly the safest place i < ? us S 9W you"
f ;q ,)' known to civilized femininity. E j III 2.

jri, Miss Genen had been dining with -i rf
Frank C. Bangs In a restaurant 1nkt ;:Ii Y .,3 JS.::
kt West Tenth street. As they left the
restaurant her left foot slipped Into a. By d.aling with am you will b. abU to ..,iumt taftat you want, and in a curtain specified time, bftidmi WE WILL REALTYCO.
: It ., coal hole. The effect. was ripping. SA VE YOU FROM 1O TO IS PER CENT. Wm ar* located right on private twitch mo that no ime it lout I.laippi.
4a: ," t Miss Genen waa rescued. 0h had .....we load directly into car

+ E,, '.gone some distance before she disco QSCEQLA LUMBER COMPANY J e. ARE' -Room 11 Over State Bankyi /
.,red *bslo.s of bar diamond ;U.r. I .. /J FLOR
ff .. r.I),' ';Bang'Marched'In' th!) coal htI .
.oolalda't. . ,' sad.tb.a:
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Oseeola/Lumber. Board ? HardITa .

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I /om.pan'y_ KUsimmee, Fla., Feb. 6, 1912. .

. .. The Hoard of Public Instruction met -
.4l .torh man who has nothing to .start.on but' his
In reg-ular session.! Ther<5- beintf'presentr. __ ____

7./ C. Baas chairman .. earning capacityJ.o tjTfrom'his'income'.to' .'r._ -
-'---'---- -DEALERS 1N----------. ; E. E. Brown, 11 save enou
and W. W:" Chandler; also W. J,, Sear, build a home. '

Rough and Dressed Lumber uperintendent. : II

Minutes of the last regular session ,;i Grocery Bills, Clothing Bills, Doctors Bills, and ,

were read and approved.B. S : RENT exhausts the income and has
-- :-T usually a wort.:

WINDOWS, DOORS. ported. filler follows, county: |treasurer rc-- : gage on the next pay day envelope.. .

\ .. SHINGLES, LATH, BRIClCLIMEMONELTV ; T'o the Honorable in and for Bpardjbf Osceola Public county Instruction : RENT! There's the big item, Every month a large percentage of your.earnings ;

1 herewith tender my report as treas- are invested in RENT RECEIPTS. Little pieces of paper.absolute.:. .

W'CDFRrX U rerot Osceola county for theAK>nth lit! valueless, except as a constant reminder that YOU SHOULD OWN YOUR: .

i' o if January A. D. 1912. OWN- HOME. '

To MilniH. from lattt ... .
it reM rl'o .PF4 ; 4T.
\ Bint ...-.,."I from Cttnlpt I mill M xGENERAL. AND DOLLAR HOME, AND YOU PAY $8.30 PER THOUSAND, PER

; S's > Free Delivery to All Parts of City *' tax benvml jeilc'ruptlou'oanit ." r. :ft.1HW MONTH WITH 5% INTEREST PER ANNUM PAYABLE MONTHLY.. -

: \ rI rci'd loan CIlI ..u. IlnimW :.! 00Br
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J SBHP*, 0.10! (if bixik :.Mi, b3
d" I T o amt ...c'd from T.x Cob: polU llu-ll I I: 0. 119IHW Tabulated Illustration of a $1,000 Loan Made on

*t" f ___i_- .------ .,1 l Contracts that are from Six to Twelve Months Old '

P- 1 pnlil arranta .a* I..r.I.t. ', :.3M22< :

llj Ilalance UI5SI 79I Purchase Price of each Contract $6.00
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 I".11(..>1. 81 II.'IIIWT NO. Ilo Amount deposited as dues . . . . . . . $72.00
halanc from iHht '.
I retort| "1.2
Amount deducted for expenses .. . . 1800
lo 1 auit use il Eros lax C..I 1 lax 6. 70
r Amount of loan made by the Company. . . . . 1000.00
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-VIAATLANTIC l By )iald warrant an per Hut 11.B :. i06 Amount of advance credit on loan . . . . . . 54.00 :

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Ily lialanru' . 14i,1I116:
SCHOOL SUB-DIST. NO 2. Balance due Co., payable as per following table $ 946.00

COAST LINE lo I Uhl I IrAin Inst. report . 47 29: ,
To slut "',.'" from Tax <::01 tax"I"J :212: I I I. I I II
Balance due .n loan h...... 5 per cent I PrIncIpal ,Yur'y' .1 Y.arly 0..1 princtMentbly total prlnd. .
'I 1', ... Ysass I each year I on yearly bslancs I SS 30 per monlh I: pal and 'n..t ptll aDd 190.15.01S1
) .1NI.1 "arronto .. pi'r 1 list .," ."

"Diieflyer" "Seminole' Limited lly tI.llre I 11 -; I I\ S.46 00 I' S.730 S..60.. ,6'0 $3.74 ,
at HOI hVa-IIst. NOIn :7.: 2nd 4 84640 4333 9960 1St 95
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3rd 465i 3734 13694 .4'4h
Ital from laul, .
roi : \ 1 12
tiJl 60720 ,..36 ..60 131 .6 it oo5th
: "South Atlantic Limited" To Hint. .c'd from Tax ('ol tax \i. 50760 '738 ..60 .6.S 10 35 .
61h ..800 22 .0 ..60 laS 00 0.7
1.49 ('I' 71h 348 ,0 .r.. ..60 117 o. 9 78th ','
Route H>' uaid I varraulN a. per list 14 91 04S So .3 44 gg 60 I is o. 034 -
; "Montgomery g.h 149 50 7 ,6 I go 60 -I I 107 06 8 07 i
6 Months 49 60 N 4S I 060 ,'.oS 5 659I.
If}' UalnupHH . 11.414 _I-___ '_ I' .,

t Through Pullman Can from Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati Indianapolis Grant ( HoOl'. hi B'l"lf"T. NO. 4. I I I I' ..
years 1 Total In. 10.1 go I Prone S..600 I. ..s 90 To'.1 Principal snd tnt
; CUreland Loniiville Nashville Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacktonrille. TO hal from laxt reportTo 1:I H. I I .I I "..
Rapid, sat rtt:'tl from Tax Cob tax 6 ,, t "

;i By paid vairanUan lint lOlA<>
1 per
: your payments on a $zooo.oo loan were equated, it would be $10.48 per month. f<\)
For further information call on or write toW 1)7 balanc% . III''
With a saving of 20 cents a day you can meet the contract requirements. .
C. Gilbert. Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla., B. C MILLER
With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay back a $1,00000 loan. ..

J: G. KiRKLAND Division Passenger Agent County Treasurer Why pay rent ? Why pay a much higher rate of interest on note or mortgage elsewhere? '\

Tampa Florida Warrants in the sum of $24o.86: were The loan with accrued interest, may be paid in full or in part at any time thus stopping

examined and cancelled in open session. .
. - -- further interest. I
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-- )OOOC Bills were approved and warrants issued We allow 4 per cent interest on the monthly advance deposits. after the third month.

I. A. CRANFORD. S.L LUPFER ::1 as follows: We help you your money, help you make more out of yourymoney than you can make

C. A. CARSON.Praaldanl. Vice-Frealdtnt Secretary U' 1 Heirs. MRI..ry Supt t HKl' COI I yourself and loan you money at a lower rate and on better terms than you can get elsewhere -
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We are a "HOME" company and will appreciate your business.
I E.n."D.: : fBI.I I :.

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KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ..). I ,....Hi. iirlntlliK '> 1oo

Prof II M E\ann HH! I..r. Bch'1 NoMUh 1. 1- l 0':l lK 4 J
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Aliuina I.t'Hut'rMra :No I . (Ml OF FLORIDA. .
b A A Blinjiitou ..0 I 44 W ,
4 Rough and Dressed e* Mma' MarthH King .. No I '.\ (I(I HOME OFFICE THIRD FLOOR CURRY BUILDING PHONE 982

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-. Einnin OH (,11")1:0: 1 n I (10'' but without cost to the county. An Ordinance Call for .Democratic CongreasionaPn
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HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY \ Mm I'I1.eo,ula Ah".d"1 "' .. .. Noro I I1 00 The salary of School No. 2 was fizedat An Ordinance ProvidIng for the Payment olIiiureM mary. I

7.ll.I.Cl.raMtute: 2. I. '110J4 '45 per month until further directions on the Street, I a\lng No..... Num. To the Democratic Voter* of the Second Con .
1'0' I'Ill( beFell Two Three Four
., KeaKlively| greulonal I District of Florida
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)OCQCaocaocaocaocaoc: : : : : )()ooocococIOCaoc1OC1OC: Mm Rliotla 1.IK'an. alary leachcr No 111. 40 Oil. There being no further business the an and l for the Appointment. of )Note: TrusteeS I Committee the Second Connreaalonal DI la- !

Mian Rosa Rciccro, UetlnluB Their DutleaBa I trioS of the Slat. of Florida hereby give. no
-- Nu 14 40 It Board adjourned till next regular meet .
Ordained t the
;, .. It by Couucll of Ibe City ofKlaslmruee. I I tice an follows: .' .
B I' Belknap >o 15. 4000Mh" i ing. --s- I Flint. A primary .ieetboniortb.nOmtnatIon.

COM L, Maine ". ?'o 18. 03(10 Section I. It ahall) be the duty of the Council of a Democratic candidate for Congress) front ,
f 1'rof C N CarnoH '" 1\016.1 4000 W. C. BASS. to provide annually for the payment of the Intffreat aid district to the Hlity.lhlrd Congress. of the

POULTRY Miss Arrdnnmlth.. 'I I No !5Mlu 4000 Chairman. of the five promlaaory" note atylcd"Btreet Apr1 United IASO.11fl2.1iI&&e.11\ \ be held on. the SWUj (Jay'of.
SEEDS and SUPPLIES Paving Noten! uumbored respectively
.; rledtf Dovlltlle, '! No 16. 40 Oiji. Attest ; Que, Two. Three. Four-ftiid.. Fie, Cull for Mia Beootid. Should there be a failure lo the
We can supply you for immediate shipment Ullle Dale .'- No 1 16. 40 (10 W. J. SEARS, creation of a Inking fund for the redemption electlou for the Domination of a I> _rauo "' I
.. candidate for from
Congress district
Potatoes Beans Garden and Field Peas Field 'Corn Cora L Maine, No in, 'kuli.dist; 1frofi. 15 \\.10( Superintendent. of Sec Bald 1,notoa.Immediately: Tjrx>n the bsssiance'ot to lbs bllti-tUlra C-pgrw.the of said the United .I j
I V C arms. " '" I 10 fill said Street paving Vole. the: Council shall States: a aecond prirrtar* V.U' : t lit bold< -oo tne
Moat complete line of Poultry Supplies Garden Mli A ArniWHlnllh,, .' .. .. I in ,Ii. point b)' resolution to .ue recorded the mlnuteu ap.. ghth day of May, A. D 1912.
and Field Seeds in h lorula. 11151 t.'IeIa Doollttlc" .. 1 a cuinroltten of three ......on.. H ho ahall Third An elocllou of a new Democratlif*
.. .. .. 111 IXI THE BEST PLACE t,.. freeholders (II.. city, and. be Ht) Ind "Trua- Congressional Committee for said dlntrlnt will
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE I 1.1111.' .(Hel' ,' .. .. 1 10 UO titf of Street Paving :noVia! who ahall each be held on the :4 lb. .10"1 SeeO 206 E. Bar SIr. Krtxl Han t jFriil NoJIIIOH J' III ,INIoo, -N,. ___ T- gU". iMind rtiiiulnflr (to the mayor or theclty.ulth be compoNetl of one member from each county I
E A. MARTIN & COMPANY Milllclcut( ( auretliia In the ol rlre In saId! dlHttfit to be Chosen by the
nuni Hun lemocratloolemof
House In theSute. JACKSONVILLE FLA :Nti Is .iI-l.-t,, \. 14 ' 1111:11),11..0.\ \ each ::
.. cnnilltloned that the laid 1ruliclUlBll county respectiveLy
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M I I' ,,
MUM Moit
I I" n< tI N,,2I .11', (c.' Michigan Mart Makes His Seventh lalthltilly, illmharge the truSt confldiid rounh' The rules governing the state pri -
I I. I I. l"r'loII.'o in su-.lI'i) _! -11,11(1,, ( to iheni and Ntlall pay over mid dill ly art ,mary. election* aa promulgated: by the Demo '
I'r..f'. I I' HtlkiiHp. VHHTttH! < hi-r :No; liCttiinx II (HIs .: Visit ((0 Kissimmee d nt I fur all Htimn of moneT that: may: come cratli primary mate election Committee of shall control In Ihe
Into their UHII'IH by" feaaon of nuth trust a nominee for Congreae
Hunk draft nh.Mil :Vu4i (HI. | SINe, :i. All fululutollwfed to pay naid Inter where applicable and not l InoonalaUml with

-...........................................StSUSStSSflflttSSWttWHAT i 4. F -<(,..hNiiiii. hiiulinif 7 Mr. Andrew Martin of Port' Huron nut and' for Ma 111 i-lnkhitf( fund shall l he haul' over' apcrlflc reqtilremeuta of this committee
It M 1 I- I.I'. MI, ,i,niiiitItlllllHI III I I II Mich, and Mr. Burley Lester of Ca- t h) I the l marhliHl I' anil lax collector(( to the Raid' Hftli Anyuhlte: Democrat: : the
IIIIII //.ar"-e;
Ti ii Ni'* **.. nil..1 I the,I TriiwKMiN' Hhall I I out net .ehnary legal. guahflr atloia .*
: IT MEANS -I ( linill .\ Nt\Vs ( ". IlllltkV( ,.O 1 I''. I .:I IVIsI'rs9.r..IsiI pac, Mich., were callers at the Gazette of I ho mmifv MO TIM.elved the liittreHt II... In tIe, ( ongreaa of the Unltei States from
\ <,ri>o <'n. HIIJ'|'hi'h No ] II 10 I Mlriu. )avlnK not'' :- 'if any (...'pl t. .1") hot know hat H Bank'* ( nnltnl\ i*. for or t the rjYerenc.,( l hl'- 'ILI,'1 1 'urinliiri' c'u. nc'ks :>;.. "nI office Monday Mr. Lester has just due In ifoml e'I-.Irltl.uu. to .IK b<''Id' n. Mil,, ai noiniiinlioii. in iiaid primary election, by fllint'
'wl'eu. bank of I little 1*t or im < .,,1.1.11,1! one w ith a Inrvt tupiUl, I I. IHI '": come from a visit of ulHtliiK I I I I"n,1 I for thi' ",0111I1,11011 of said ..clll1l.1 with the )
ynii 1'"II'ro. liHiilliitf No II. .1 (c., seventeen days in //.4 I liiiaxi. of rcmovnl I for ,......,.. of I lion U. I t Italtztill' at rcruandlua Florida': on
( I I'
W.i \Ion.'"'. hunk ( list.HOO'I II 1(1''' ,." Panama. and talked intercestniKly of Iwfialion or diaih nf an>' ol, Hald 'InibtLvH the or hcforn; : thu 1st day of March A. U' liii]) a
the fund Ihiit ;proin 1 In I Ih.. ,t.'IH| MU I ">IH frniii 1 1..KV. .ilu'n 'furu the I larger it u tho I 11er. Kill iitru..1.. nuilNnl. : 1 kulnlisl. ,, the COUIK'II.I lie Ii fill I I I Ii.. Vai.M1K.). I MriltHii ntatemvnt. ax required by law, of hla I
ireat."rulPC.lloli ih e il''' '''' '''' have I hit i .bank I I h". u .J I I. IMllttMl JHlllttir.7 Still. ... Nlllj.lilhl I IW I I.! .2.;.i country there Mr. Martin reports All' irilIIIluel's or i,artH thiriof liitfiiiflltt I purpose| to be Hucn andidale. which alatenienl -
C.Illal..f I : I.ill.(NMt INI M : that h* it enjoying, his seventh hcr uith I bt aiiti I lou HHIII*. arv lie I.iiiy. r<'pi'' Hhall,,''1lCnood by him and. shall be ac-
MHklMHIHI( annual 1'1.1 .
i-urplu. fll "'\ ..r t .t7 'riMt 0"I III. hll'i'i1'| | '* K< lllMll 1 11t 1.211 I N> H MAKINHONI l'N.lilliilIlOi| wllb Three Hundred and HeventyfliH -
...1..h"IIo ,Ih' iIab"Iity, '0'. M )"H I*,IKIC, Kit tiiKlitrNii ,,, Atttm J. K 'II nun.. ing ex ;pcnHeH of holdlug aald "primary election. f
) 7 evidences
.' A toml i.f II.:;; : : ., .
OMrittrift. sal :No ". in isPiul ( (HI I I.1 the A"i'| | roed HUN; < til 1.t. I Jniiuitr A l> I M- ( mlgreeu'lluII( Committee ahall not be
city Although he )
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1 hiN ti" mi' thai wp mllHl 1 I.>>* 'II t 2 .'tutu' oil b'f"re our dcpohii .r*. uuld, lose a J .V 01".en .. No li. ... 76 years old, II I I AYTASH.III 1 lo .iMy any suoeSsllleIit. and shall make their .
cent. Th for yO : I .
|prol..tlUlIl. I Ml-H Nl.till' HlKlkCK, ". '. Nil )II, III ,5. he hopes to come here many more winters Iiit tulsyor "I thelltyof! KlnNiII'1.; ; aiplliHtlon hpef. tUu I counly. for I ooinlillttiea"mtnth 'place on the. ballot to the re-

STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE rrur J A I OMti. i. No: lo Mil".,\1'1"; I I. '" for he considers KixHimmee the I Thlicoininlttee. will Canvass the
Ml,'. :NltllL( II,NlllfH' :Ml: I II. . , best place he I rt;lurii of nut h t-l ctlon and declare the result
-",- ,\I.. .1 I II "stitTit' N" is:I knows and he believes a I Application to Sell Real Estate. | anil Mill, In. ilut: at:aaon fimije Inatructiona and
K''NlNlIIE.: FL-=_, o.... Inuknil. No .s <,01.1I I man's life is prolonged by upending the Iti ('ourl of Colint> .1 InilKt' 1'OIl,,, .>f I Itillti j ;pr("'r..r.,1 niulgHtt'Hinl roles done thereto' .
31" '.' under and
by virtue

I A. ( AI'S I"ro, 'I.I in I .1I'\'i" M i I I't.I IF 1"i;" 'lup I' II < ARSONMtihler< Mrs. J ItcsMc II "ldYe' Ia\\toii,'. f-o-'. Kill, ,; ,Ii hI I IM I.1..l I... .,, 'I II winter in a Southern clImate. I II I In n.(W t'r given' till.IIH "under.Ih- It.-.Hie-n' law'.n.'and.__.rule...........of of

No !s Mihdisl I I.' J :Notitt in iMttliy. NINe.. I.. uli, uhiiiiiit,t I , nun L.
........taSS................................................. WCImuilltr )liuulii.K. |101.115| Nu 2'-1 I I '" Florida Maps. I i on' i.,IU 1111,11..hlll.1 I I ,,,.II.olt.,I an """r\ ,, f fi I'I I I Minium I Ctml ttlTn (.olnrnltte of emocratlo,
(Hill' & < ... HIII'.|'.lit( :So' \ I.1. Mil I. dKl I I j I I i \"rI">"n shit' 'i'r. I "..I.hl\' '< r.I"I ." ul' stiui' 'r. < iil HK < oni "0,1'1 ong Dial of Florida ,.
I. I Upon receipt of 25 cents at the inin::rit, will: I ifu I (th, I 7(1, .iusy of l hilruxn' A llt-i hHhll: 111 KTnetretary.\
Kohstjravih NII'l'll&) | :S:" 411st 11)) .5)) Gazette Valley li 1 (. Hjiph( to th<. HOIII( ,rHl I U. 1,10 E PHI"Kir: ,
Cloth, 7oV.l. office a pocket map of loriUa i'IlIlljIy, jii l/ , ( .. -- ---
) Works lalior No 111 1 1OMI a; . "tt in anil or < il 1 i ''iintMl hlH of
.. 'ei. will be mailed to any address in the ,''flit III KiMHiiniiiii. Ill), In .rtlili' .. ., In I ,
n JI"rlw.r" Co, .u. ) Nt Notice
biipllcHNo( ., ( of
HOTEL RUNNYMEEEUunnymcde : I, H lluiiklim .. .'.| .. 1 :II 'NH United States. We can also furnish :10'1'k.\ a.. IH or .. noon tht.r. ,.fu r a- ihe "imiat'.I.I Executor for Final \'
So tfr
2" I i lilcluxrl. r..r .
III liii iiulliorlly to ,11. "
.. .. .. maps of Ostiola < ,,, K at |pin.VIII Discharge. -
I J. A Vtiuiik( county at H 1 each and .1.! iht lit ilii, "10.1 .
:Ni 02" , out-iguHrl( Innrt. t tof
Florida 1'carl JuhiiHiin .. .. ... \ is : will) be glad to estimate on sectional maps ., ( Nil u .livliltil( IWO nixlliM intorful i.f i'll. I li, or I"I Court; of tint county Judge, Hula of Florida, :\ beautifully located. -. No ii ::19 J 'III I of any kind I I 'ssi| i 1111''or,' In all-I I t<. HIM lou' owing il.*.*>..rll.1( 'I I In.rt. estate. of.. Martha A TurUnalou, deoeaaeil -
J. rtHl. I-slate. ill lalil 0..1. t .1111\( )'. .
Water Tennis louniy. 010 II The .a.t
and Croquet Mr. J. J
W. 1'rentm appeared before h"r, 'if t Ihe nortliiMht. :Now I* hereby given' to all
Grounds qiittrltr of -t'< t tiii N. I whom It may I
Brood hunting l fishJnK I .17 I c''n.-ru that
the board and t"w"IIIPN.I .< HOUtll'.of !< on the luth day of May .
.II"e.I.a. U.
: and I boating A first.class presented1 a petition asking VI I h.., I h RUlulia1lill. will. I hv t HHfiI the I 1"12 I shell| j'I.I ly tti the Honorable' Oeo'J.A. fI'.
I modern country hotel overlooking that School No. 7 be moved to a Application for Final Discharge lull..1.,011, for MII'li .510' now on Hit In ham UIMIU court. I -r. Judgr. of said Court: .. Judge of Pro-
i ( for
East Lake. more convenient in I ourl or th", Count)' J 11011 ". (Stni. I ,, 1isir'l> I JaiiUKrlh. A I). in. of a nual ulacharge aa executor of the .
1 Tohopekaliga Goixj) location and the One-cola ( of I0rl| 'It*. LVLuIA J.00"1'. 11'.r.: :: MarthaTurlington deceaaedand
: ; good cooking and beds. Table board ofter considering the matter (sill.. dttrtiiHed Count.%l. Iu rw 1-bttftuof I... II. '".1 1| >I- ..4 Ou nliau. "at 11'the" same lime 1 will, preaeat: my flua*
appointed __ executor of aald
board eatale,
$5 and
week Notxt ask
per ; rooms from $2 Chairman W. C. in hereby IIlulI.l I.. all\ whom I It tuny. their approval' for
to $6 week bath Bass and Supt. com'ern. U.011 the :
per and shower day of April A. \>. Dated November loth A. D. lull .
; bath included. bears a committee to look into the matter I'arkur 1 li 1112 I .hhall Jutlueof 1 ai>|>ly 'to the" HonorI 1 Oeo F, Order For Publication. B. O afBif.;
Court as Ju'1r' .. of i'NN'ast. 4ilmot>mo
I WM. G. KRAPE and report at the next l ... (or n nnal dIscharge In CircuIt loort. "hlnte of Florida Seventh I Executor
Manager regular da ftdmlnlntriitor of? Ju'H'liI' < Ircult, .
Oaoeola -
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entnte of L.. II. V ,fiii. ... CountIn --
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1 Box 149 P. O. ST. meeting nir < .e..ed ; soil l '
CLOUD. F that at the
LA harna 'lien I will prencDt my final .J e"L. Application for Letters of
HarlowCX Admin
>iuplaluaul.i' .
Chairman laadura
1-tf Baaa 55 Adoilnlttraior of .
ajvas requested to have .Id etat. an approval
the low places around School "Mi:: J6. A. I> 1)11) It SlIlicaritIS| | by affidavit I appended '
No.1 the
filled A. k.: 'bKOUGUT. filed In the aoove-atated eau:.. that IJ'a"::: A. Florida Court of the Cou: IV Judge, gtate of
in as soon as-possible. ImuHlmoM Heard and John Q. Heard ibe dfeudanta ....
therein . Estate of SpetleA.
Mr. n.rnedar. nun renklenta of the Overatreet Deoeaaed.
W. B. Harris editor of the Val - 01 FlorlilH., and are rrakleau of Peoria State in coola -

CUSTOM\ TAILORINGthat ley Gazette appeared,before the board Notice of Executor. over the County:the axe of of Union Iss.eIstV.Oue and state of Ohio,la soul are By whereas the Judge, K.I.of Said V. OverIrimI< ourt baa applied

and requested the I n Court of the County Judge fore ordered that sat i : there this court for lettera of to hi. -
printing of the board Stale' of KI or Id*. nou realdenl defendaula admlnJairatlon oa the
is absolutely right in style fit. and price. You for the ensuing year as did also Mr. olCout in r. Kitataof,.. Temple A. Mba i ou'd, O.c. 01 be complaint aDd are bereur filed retjulred In aald to Appear to lb. bill of mtaue said of County Specie. of A.Onceola.Ovenitreet, \ oesa.d, late t.h,

can buy "ready-mades" of course but they're not F. B. Stalker, of the Qaceola Notice I. hereby Iren.I 10 all whom it may Monday, ihe 4lb day of eaiiHe Mash oa IWIi.or A.before D. all Iheae are, therefore: to DUe and admoxUah J_ .5 N..f-
Journal. c and
concern that on the 1 101 day of March tf. otherwise Ihe alleaatlona I of vald alucular the kindred and
bill creditors '
made for you and they show it. Soring After 1 I A will be said of
samples 1912 shall deceaMod
now considering the matter the board apply to the Honorable Ceo K Par- taken aa confeMMMjby said defendanta lo be and appear before this
arriving. Come in and see them. finding ker.Judce of aid Court, a. IUd of Probat* It .la farther ordered. that thia ovder be cOurt on or belor the 2nd day ef M.rcbAD. t
pub .
that the IIII:!. and
city minute for a final dtaeharirt lltbed once file oba '
and the M AdminlMrator a week for four < tlona. If any ibey
: of consecutIve weeka nave, to '
minutes of taia of Temple A. Minx. d.oea.6 : In the Kliwlmmae' the raullnc of lettera of ...4Iv.
Board of ; sad IbM Valley Uaarlte, adaalalnraUon' "
D. W. TRUMPEIJ County Commissioners I tba amm* time I will i......... my flnal aocounta pDbrlihext'! In said ronnfj' and "'.\e.a newpaptjr saId entate-otherwla 1 the .... will be granted on J
were being printed free of :a. edJDILh&.k of said e.ta... and *.k for This January 2 lh. 1'Jia. to said K. 1.. O Ov.ratreat or lo eo.... other At .>
Will-on's Real Estate Office Building their\ approval. l b.slJ l) AaTHaaC.' person or pemoua. \ '
charge decided to give same to the Dtt.a Aa..I 1st A. D I Oil. Clerk ('Ipcolt DOMEOAIT Court Ttltneaa my name aa county lodge of lha) il
Valley Gazette for the C. A. MINX I Kulz: "aKTH JOHKMON. Deputy Clerk. county aforaaald this the t7in-day. of January. 4)' .
ensuing I 80-lmo 6 A.D19l2.
mo Mo-K
Adminlatrator. oxuica: and PALMCB ...
,-I Sollcltora for K H O Oesl l) Qaw. 4, , N
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'-r. i' rtf that would X: L 8mlth:DeLand.:bo.rdID'EDroo .r 84.40F :
explalned the great good.
( V :.7. I H Lawton, appllei for prinotlera 94 76 '4h' +Y
..; corne' to thv town of tflsslmmeB and H H Yowell testimony Broom ca.. S 4B
't ''V also to St. Cloud and not only the benefit 1I1t.-' '
Political Announcements Valley (Oaiett, lub>ind printing.
\ } these towns would derive from each 0 F Proverb,COMIC county oourt.. 99 f__
f.I tiP bpardlugprltonen January 18 00
', a road but; the traffic'it would bring .
: of 1 J W.Taompmu. burying two paupers.. 25 0Onceola ,
.'J through the county: from other parts .Journal sub and ilaHonery 80 BeG

the state. The board heartily agreed K parker. coat, oonnty) judge' dour 8 88
Milton wish the gentlemen and Instructed the 0) V Prevail .. ". 8)1) OS":
Aggressive clerk to corresponp with the Board -of J Cliatman, wilnvnt " *" 1 Elf)
f' GelsGUII a of 13revard 19 Oaruer, ;'. '. 1 00Ceo
Courity Commissioners - T""" '
) __ -: Browtl"s -" "J"Sn

'. ._._ ____. ._ '. __. .___ .== .J' 1.x county, with a view"o sec committee Cuss Kldd, ." '11110
T GANPAIGN to confer with committee from O Murray it ., It 40*
: : DOESN'T this county to look further into the W M Gordon, '" 6 00-
made with a J Washington "' s' 8 00
j matter, and have surveys
A E I onegan Co, road"nplci) . ..... ( ]0<
4 view of having this road built at i an
J.I Dunn repairs In wagons 8 25!
early: date. 1' O Cromarlle.: road bridge work ... ... 7 V>.
_ At the request of John C. Jones, Fulton Bag tc Cotton Mllln\ tents mules. 77 90-
state's Dr. Flint's' bill Waleri-Curiion Uro C'.., mule leod... ... 1494ftKloxlmmcc
: ii Esq., attorney,
L 1i : Lam Co. l lumber, roada< .. la 41
for services rendered in the Shaker i
W R Carter hireling/ marl 9800XV ( ,
i ; II case was again placed before the board B MakhiKoli (0. r'l,<1 nil>| ftA but ;payment refused on the same 3\' Ahhtou., road payroll; 4fi8 STV
grounds as when formerly presented: \ Dlcknou lumber for road work.... 147 09
11 W T Arnold. r< The introduced -
following resolution was
( T :N- Fiirr. road work sad. material) 11Of)
and adopted: KOKK I'xlrnioli. bRnltlllt send 1 4 00
t t rY ri Whereas, It has come to the knowledge Oxeola llnrduiro Co ""Kon, harness SO 10 '

L3 of this board that the lion. Arthur A M Keene, repsiringbrtdge| 1 60
!. E. Donegan has resigned his po..ition InturiiHtlnnul Ocean.TuleCo. teUigrama 248
Slate Ilk of KlHt.lmme.. freight on marl 78 85
as clerk of the circuit court of
tat 00 vtarr :V017. 60 00
t 9 .f .' Osceola county, Florida, said resignation H A W B Drew ('o, Mntionery 49 30J '
to become effective on the 15th RPronoott.: ro.d'or k 00 00

Inst. ; andWhereas Upon motion duly seconded, thef .. A' ,,'
Board adjourned, to meet again in reg- i
For over three years Mr.
I ular session.
,44'k Donega'n has acted in (the capacity i of ARTHUR E, DONEGAN, .
II. secretary and auditor of this board; Clerk.

: therefore, be it ,.

Resolved by the Board of County Boarding House for Sale.

A.A f Commissioners of Osceola county, Thatwe Boarding house of nine rooms, including i

learn with regret of the resignationof bath-room. Hot and cold water, f

Mr. Donegan as clerk of the circuit bath, toilet and sink; electric lights.

1 court of Osceola county, and his retirement House furnished complete. and filled' .
MILTON CANDIDATE | 'with boarders at this time. Large lot
CARY D. LANDIS as secretary; and auditor of this 130x150. Can be purchased on very

Feeling} that the people can mon e their ballots can eliminate these board; reasonable terms. For particulars call

intelligently select their next Gov,- "Special Interests" from control Candidate for State AttorneySeventh That this board expresses to Mr. on or write us. H. M. BREAKER &:

It ernor after a campaign in which< of our politics, and in order to doe ( Donegan its .high appreciation of his Co. 47-tf

each of the candidates faces thE j this they must be informed as to Judicial Circuit many courtesies as secretary- and auditor _.

t., firing-line, than they could after a the position of candidates in the 7tlClaude ; PASSENGER "

so-called "gum-shoe" or soft-pet.- fight. r That in retiring as secretary and auditor I "KISSIMMEE"kVES

al,' campaign, and having been 11I:I I There is a law of self-protection Proceedings of the of this board we desire to say that

i the thick of the fight so often .I I governing all human conduct and his work has in every respect been most LEAVES FORKissimmee

have determined to force an aggressive .. by that law it can be positively asserted highly satisfactory to this board ;

or defensive stand on thE i that: County Commissioners! i i.Ki88immee. That we have always found Mr. Don- Park

issues that must again be settle I 1 THE SPECIAL INTERESTS egan nbt only courteous and obliging i in .
in the coming election. ALWAYS SUPPORT THAT his dealings with us, but a most careful -
l EITHER k in Daily at 8:00: A. M. and 2:00: P. M.
WHO IS and efficient official i
This gubernatorial campaign likE i CANDIDATE Fla. Feb. 5, 1912. painstaking
those that have gone before it tinder WEAK ENOUGH TO BE;: CONTROLLED The Board of Commissioner the discharge: of his varied duties as Returning leaves for

the primary system will bone !i BY THEM. OR WHO County clerk of our circuit court; KISSIMMEE] 9:30: A. M. and 3:30 P. M.
in and for the county of Osceola Stateof
, in which a choice of candidate; BY CHOICE IS AFFILIATED (, Florida, met in regular session on That while we regret his resignation

must be based upon the candidate s; WITH THEM.If the above date there being( present E, as clerk of the court and secretary and FARE 25c
has in the past yearsof auditor of this board, we commend his
*" past political record and his present a man L. Lesley, chairman; E. L. D. ver.,8tre..t. .
attitude toward public questions his political life been aWiljated patriotic action to the consideration of JOHN DAVIS CAPTAIN .
O. R. Bass, A. F. Bass and W.
and measures that affect the with the Special Interests and has ''s. Pearce commissioners; Arthur E.Uonegan our people in his candidacy for stat
;ll whole people. actively supoorted their known 0 senator from the Nineteenth senatorial
a a. clerk ; and Messrs Vans Agnew -
candidates then I to the I district. If honesty of devotion -
And should it so'happen tha t say progressive and Crawford, attorneys for the purpose We Carry the
more than one candidate advocate fighting Democrats of 4. I I Board. : to duty, loyalty to his people, and FamousHarrington

: the same principles that candidat Florida that it is only reasonable I Minutes of last meeting were read efficiency in office is a criterion of ;a

whose record demonstrates his to believe that he will!) continue his and approved.A man's worth to his people in an official SteelcutCOFFEE

\ loyalty to and belief in those principles chosen course, and wield for the I petition for opening( up a road capacity, we submit that Arthur EJonegan .
benefit of his friends the "Self- possesses qualifications suffi
should be selected, (I \ :
A man who aspires to the hig I Seeking Interests." the power you I Corn-( cient to induce our people to give him _

office of Chief Executive of would place in his hands. unanimous. endorsement as our candidate -
peo- citizens of Fowler Park asking( that a TIlYIT TIlVIT 1 IrYIT T"VITI
") pie must at least pretend to some Again if a man has failed to L'Engle;: road be opened) and worked, was presented for state senator! in the primaries
stand out and fight Special of this year. .
knowledge of the Science of Gov- openly
and the chairman of the hoardand
ernment;; and since questions of Privilege in'the days when such a Editor of Dixie and the Sun I superintendent, of roads were instructed I E. L. LESLEY C. W. GRIFFIN :-
E. L. I 1)). OVEKSTRI-, I
Govermental policy haye dividedour course meant almost certain de-I CANDIDATE FOR ; to look into tin' matter withpower A. F. BASS North Kis'limmePhone!' 8. 1
people into opposing factions. feat: if he has dodged the I to act.Commissioner. 1n
e I. I B.
it is not only the privilege but the line and been content to merely Overstreet( reported BASS \
\v. S. FhARtK
right, of those who seek the adherence "favor" the right governmental CONGRESSMANATLARGEPRIMARIES I that he had selected, a route for the Commissioners., i

( and support the people principles, then I say to those road leading to the Clark settlement Communication was" received! from I
I these Democrats who have fought the 1912 $1 1 lor $2 Acre Month ti
to take upon questions' 'which he thought would be acceptableto JI on. II. Clay Crawford, secretary of'' per per
and to advise the public of the position battles of the masses and won. that the majority of the people. Mr. tate, advising that he had received'i
SUCH A MAN IS NOT YOUR lie has fought for the People' : Buy a Han ford celery tarm. Flowing ar-
have chosen to
t they occupy. s rights!" for six) years. He Lanier offered right of way through his certificates changing: the boundaries of tculan well guaranteed. SMb-lrrlastloM,
This declaration contains nothing KIND.In flee d rsi ngo, Hood nubitoil. district:
proven :
land and in cash towards
$100 commissioners districts and 4 '
I ,
intercMt, rail
this no and
of candidate will continue same right water tra."rt.
final test
new.. Ever since the foundingof the .a road. The board decided to work and filed same according to law. Sloe Our llrterat contract allows six l r
I when were political.platforms count for little. In the same forceful way inCotmress. yearn to nay out Title bond N/ Unarante '
this Republic, men part; of the road as soon as the survey Treasurer, filed, his report showingthe Co., Sanford, H*. Ulyr
I f given the right to think, to choose;: The vital question is: Has he had .been made and right of way secur. following balances!! on hand in the
.... J choice to what' been consistent advocate, an untiring -
,-j---_' [ and to express: as a Vote for L'EngleAnd ed. various funds. : 1

j Govermental policies should be and loyal champion of the Bond of R. G. Johnston as clerk ofthe I II Levrnue, $ ],rJl I 72'me
\u pursued and what representatives .interests of the whole people Has for yo ur choice for District I
circuit with John Johnston ,
court and forfeiture :22o'i:! :i < !;
1\ should be selected to administerthat he given active. fighting supportto 'I Congressman too. I George; Singletury, J. Kolx-rt( Dom-gan) School fund lUlo 7<.I; FLORIST

Government opposing theories the people's champions and I W. B. Makinson and Dr.I T. M. Riversas Road: l fund! :2212!:!) rdi!;
Or has he opposed Cut Flowers and Floral Designs
j have created controversies
I sureties' 'xllmin"d and approved.Notary Special fund (to;lI I ]17 I
of each have them Or has he been on both for all occasions.
champions theory
bond of W. (J.; Ilankms with Convict lease :.Ion ;,0
been sought and found. sides Or has he been content to } W S. Harwell and O.) H. Jarrell as S. S. I D. :No.: 1 J'.! iHi; I I Potted Plants and Roses a 1
in the state of Florida sit idly by and merely favor them I specialty.
Today. 4ki' .sureties examined and approved. S. S. I II. :No: :2 11 77
i we are confronted with the issue Or has he been so mindful of his yea Notary bond of Arthur K,. Donegan, I S.' :S.> 1)I :N..3: :i lisi II, !Phon.:1: MISS JEAN CALD WELLSaH.BUOCK

that must be decided over in each own political fortunes that he I with A. 1";. Drought and I H. ((;: Johnstonas S. S. 1 D. !-No. I !4 t ]1(1(

i o succeeding election the problem feared to align himself with either I sureties, examined! and approved.Notary j -- I I

'i our fathers before us !and every side of this great controversy: bond of Miss M.. W. Sargent i iI Total ''HI.; ;,.->i; !MI, I

liberty-loving people have had to In submitting my candidacy to I I with I'. A. Vans Agnew( and W. B. I Tax Collector tiled statement of poll I :
solve continually, as to whether the people of Florida it gives me sureties examined and I
Crawford as ap taxes (collected ::;aK.H( ).
\k' Government shall be directed In very great satisfaction to be able I proved.A Tax Collector's license report showed' .

\, the interests of all the people or In to say to them that during all the letter was received and mount' collected., for the county $21.IM). I
the interests of the few who have yeans of my manhood In every fore the board from J. A. Laird, repre-I Tax Collector and Treasurer filed' REAL ESTATE

: special privileges to foster and pro- campaign. I have been in the thickof tenting: the Canton Culvert Company, their reports showing amounts collect-I ....................... fy

r,< \ tect. It is the price of liberty that the fight for those governmental Canton, 0., with reference to purchasing I'd 1 in the various funds.. INSURANCE'Examination
shall be vigilant to determine policies and principles which havein I
the people Canton culverts, which are made of Paid warrants were ordered, cancelled
d who shall administer public very recent years gained enough corrugated metal!, for use on the county from the various funds in the following

i office For by this decision is determined converts including some of the roads, and the matter wag referredto amounts : of Titles a

4 the issue: candidates for Governor, to make I the chairman of the board and road Revenue . $ :3000; !92
I the people's fight victorious.It I Specialty.
SHALL THE GOVERNMENT superintendent with power to act. Road 1747 25

SERVE THE INTERESTS OF behooves the people o/ this Chairman Lesley reported that he had I Fine and forfeiture: 423 62 \

1 THE PEOPLE;: OR THE PEO-. State to choose their representatives received several bids for the fence enclosing The following bills were examined, Corresrjondence Solicited. .

PLE OF THg "INTERESTS? with great care and caution. the court house yard, but he did approved and warrants ordered drawn:

,i ; It was to find relief from the The office of Governor is a very not consider them reasonable. He was
K I I. Lesley roramltwloDrr! I 4 (IK J()
i control of politics by Special Interests powerful one. In it you need a T. F. WEST granted further time to dispose of the K L D Overstreet. fommlHH and mllvftfce r> (K> J. W. THOMPSON

that the primary election system man whose loyalty to the massescan Candidate For Attorney General fence. A F Bass .". ." coo
was devised and adopted; and not be questioned; who has Several requests for recommendationto o It $.as, III 00
He is a native of the state, has W 8 pearrfe JO, (no
though it is not yet a perfect fixed beliefs about governmentand the comptroller for redemption of }'
St Crawford legal! services 20 84Arthur .
'' is the most effectualthe who by fighting for those beliefs been: in the active practice of the back taxes were approved.The Vans Agnew E Dnnegftn clerk and auditor fi7 00 FUNERAL DIRECTOR

people have so far been able to has been weighed in the balI I.iw for ten years, has served inthe board adjourned at 11:30: . m. J K IUmi, janitor 40 (do I()

find. But even this has not enabled ance and not found wanting. Who House of Representatives and to attend in a body the exhibit and lectures OF Parker .ounl.jU\'enll" judge. .. 37 60 andLICENSED
C F Prevatt. rare Jill U 60
us to entirely control the among the candidates is such a State Senate, and is in accord with given by the Good Roads Improvement Imlromet, Tel Co rental 1 and tnlli 4 ;s EMBALMER
seeking class for the is the great question for the
privilege man
spirit of the times. Train, which was in Kisgim- A W Crosby apt poor (arm. d-l (00
primary is open to all, and THE people to decide in the approaching lhe progressive._ mee. lIenr)' Sullivan, maintenance allhw r, 00
INTERESTS" always have their primaries. --- ----- J L Moor., proHtentlng attorney 4H 8.1KI..lmmee
returned to the court
candidates. Only the people, by W. H. MILTON. Commissioners electric light plant lights :24 18 Opposite Courthouse
house at 2 p. m., to complete the business C L Bandy, tax: colleotur'a com MOO
CARSON & BASS before the board. U K PraTBtt. coats 112133!
A W Gutui. serviceS court 'Ieoolf. 10 00
Messrs. F. H. Pope, E. D. Ferris and C rownflend. wltneni before pros ati'ny 1 II>eDozier () CIBSIMMEE - FLORIDA
'r Practical PaintingAll several other leading citizens of St. > L ltner, mechnnlc'H permit 700

]f about your I Cloud announced to the board that they W U Maktnion ('o, faucet lor C B 0 7r rTom

j TOIlLErj Work Guaranteed desired to be heard in behalf of building Ballettee wood for county ofncen, 2 00Joe
I Outlaw f K ono
f SOAPS automobile road through the BRUITS ANDVKQETABLEIS
I II A Coin, repairing clock C II I 100 SHIP
Wall Papering: DecoratingSign county from St. Cloud to the East Coast tlker-Evitnii-CnKKwtill atatlon ry !KM 00
come here-we have a fine line to choose I To the old reliable
Writing by the most direct route. These gentlemen A K Donegan. freight paid 2 7Ii 1 Commivvlon' Merchant
from-probably your favorite kind. C MIII treaiturcr'fl coinmiiitlon. 117 21Si !
i made very enthusiastic talks VINZANT&CO.JACKSONVILLE.
I I II W II Drew Co, Matlonery 18 78 .
<*,1. OSCEOLA PHARMACY MP prWt i reiskyd : Pleasant I Kissimmee, Flat I along these lines, and strongly urged 'Ii Kegar-Reekwith Co. flUng cal>lmtR .... -1'1'00) FLA.
Avenue 6tfv&V I, the importance of building: a road 100''eet Kt'raglnpBS A Xtiedel. locks on C II I iZ Ml J .

i wide. In advocating. this road they I AMI" Disinfectant Co. dixlnfcrtant jail 110 00. -. 4.-I<.t I


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aTyler'Mn. S. L,, Campbell, Mr. and KILLING --: -- 1'
6t.. Cloud Mrs.' W. P. Rouse. Mr and Mrs. Chat. "

A. Ramsey, Mr and Mrs. Alex Ingles, -

Mrs. Ed George and Milford George Murderers Clarence Cam to be ,a,.,. .
" filed into the dining room.'and were -" -*. -
I Mr; ThomM N. McCoy who'came Tried in Tennessee., .
; seated at the table a beautiful" picture1 "". .'
here''' a few month ago for his, health; of the .hotel greeted Each guest aa a The trial f of the parties who

died Sunday night ,of heart trouble.Mr souvenir of the occasion. The dinner held for the killing of Clarence Cain
.. McCoy: ia. born.-at.Unlontown Tennessee a few months since will
I was of-the delicious'order customary at '
up earty-tir March so the '
Fayetteo' county, Pa. He.. ,enlisted at this hostelry, and 'all felt they.were learns Our people are much, '.

Worater, (,,0. V. L, and on account of well repaid for tusking the trip. ed in this trial 'and -we are anxious .
.sickness was honorably discharged and see the outcome of this horrible I

r !nbsted at Huntington, Ohio, 124, edy.. The Cains in this county .
E. N.xAlbertson' has accepted a'posi mighty good class of s'Iy.J
'' people, among
O., V. I., and served until the end of Lion"with the St, Cloud Public Utilities oldest and best in the county and r .a. '" Sjif

t" the war. H. was wounded. at the Company as night engineer been Intimately associated with the ... ' ,rya
: Chickamauga Mr. McCoy was taken.. iness and social affairs of this -
Tuesday noon to his home at Kent;:, Mesdames Edge, Dye and Williams, who for half moved a that part Robert of the E.

i Ohio, for Interment. He Is survived. .,from St.. Petersberg, have been visitIng is no exception. He made the move

p by his wife and three daughters. at the residence of Mrs. Hollis, on account of the health of his
They regretted to set him but
The members of the Epworth League New York avenue. These ladies are best wishes of the people here go

It and Ushers Union met at the M. E. all from Troy, O.BUSINESS them to their new home. His son

Parsonage Monday evening to give a ence was on his way here at the
I he was shot and taken in small
''surprise and farewell party to Mr. MEN'S LEAGUE.

I B. Kenney, our former assistant post- Meeting opened promptly at 7 o'clock near quite Chattanooga.a sensation here The, especially killing w i : I J

master. Mr. Kenney left on the noon with President Smith in trie chair. The it became known how it happened, ..
train for his home ill Pleasant tilely without provocation. A'"
Tuesday minutes of the last meeting were read
innocent boy, never known to have f
Plains, Ohio. His many friends regretto ana approved. It was moved and car gaged in any meanness in his< life. ; r ;.
see him l leave the community. ried that the secretary have the stand was not that kind of a boy. They ? ,

ing committees published with the minutes not by any means belong to that 4r >
,r f Mrs.Mary A. Boyer, who resides on of people. Our _
" people are very
of Feb. 12. Committee on auto
section 23, reached the age: of one ously awaiting to see what the '
hundred years on February 13. Mrs. road reported little new development as people of Tennessee will do with : f
Boyer is well and active consideringher yet. This road is of great importanceto less men who shoot and kill men I I.i

wish her our town, and all of our citizens ap- out provocation.-CAIRO (W. Va.) I
We more
age. many
TERPRISE.Mr. .i .'
i willing to aid the project. The
in pear
health and
of happiness
years Robert E. Cam father of
secretary said he had ordered 500 statements ,
Florida. ence Cam, who murdered'
was as
of the printer; the league, by
tie Mrs. Hapgood died at her 'home on vote approved the secretary's action. above near Chattanooga, has been "
Pennsylvania ave. end 6th It. Sunday resident of Kissimmee for the past
matters were by va- P
night at 12:00 alter a brief ijlness.Mrs. years, having moved here from f
rious parties uuder the head of good: of fI
Hapgood was born in 1840 at the order. Mr. Hall stated although he Virginia, and is one of our most I '

Rhode Island. Funeral services were abiding citizens. His son Clarence-
of the limits he
was out corporate t .
conducted from her home at 2:30: p. m. hoped the league would call On him employed by the Kissimmee ,

Tuesday. Also Mr. James Hoghton of Company for several months, and r ,
when they needed help, as he was hereto ..
Oakdale, Mass., will came here to visit advance the Interests of Sc. Cloud many friends here who were r ,

.his sister Ifrs. Hapgood in December After a' lively session the league adjourned shocked at the brutal manner in TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF ORANGE AND OSCEOLA COUNTIES : ' ,

. and died Tuesday morning. Mr. to meet Feb. 19. he was killed, as told by the
Houghton was 83 :years old. press despatches at the time. I am a candidate for State Senator from the Senatorial District.composedof

Mr. Dry on G. Sill and Mrs. PhoebeM. Cain will attend the trial at Orange and Osceola Counties and will appreciate your support. ,

BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE Nanderwort Sill were united in nooga in March, and will endeavor Ever since the creation of this Senatorial District 1887. each County has r.

The league met in G. A. R. hall marriage! Monday evening by Rev. of the custom allow each
Frank Kinney at the home of Mr. have the murderers of hie son had a Senator for the same number years being to "
Monday evening Feb. 19, with Presi- Walsh. Their many friends wish thema to justice. County a representative for eight years at a time. Orange County has had the j

dent Smith in the chair. Minutes of life. .- -- and under the customs in the
. happy journey through Senator for the past eight years prevailing past, ,
Feb. 12 read and approved. Dr. Ferris The road improvement train visitedSt. Located For WinterMr. Osceola County would be entitled to the Senator to be elected in the primariesthis lu

for the committee on education reported Cloud and brought with it Mr. H. J. M. Gardner has located year. The two Counties have worked harmoniously under this system for aquarter ,
of road
progress. in some plans under consideration struction Wells and superintendent Mr. J. R. Shidler, con-also following winter visitors during of a century and, I see no reason why it should be broken at this time. ..

Dr. Ferris also reportedthat I have served the of County at various times Tax
Mr. H. S. Fairbanks. A large crowd past week: Rev. and Mrs. :Billheim people my as Deputy
project was. under way to raise gathered at the station to meet them Hagerstown, Ind., and Mrs. W. Collector Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court member of the Legislature mem-

rice on a large; scale near Peghorn, for and the cars were crowded to the Jordon of ber of the State Democratic: Executive Committee, and Clerk of the Circuit '
utmost hear what the had to Economy, Ind., at Mrs. -
to orators -
forage and domestic use. Several field's Court and I have discharged the duties of each office 1 have had in a manner
say about the road question. Many ; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Johns
others made remarks on this subject.The valuable suggestions were made, and a Mr. and Mrs. Darrow, of Cayuga which I trust has met with the hearty endorsement of my people ; and if elected r

secretary stated apart of the committee was appointed to look into Ohio, at Mrs. Hilton's Mr. and as your State Senator I will use my best efforts to promote such legislation as is ; 4
statements had been received from the the matter and wait on the state good Wiliam Riddle ; needed by the people and the varied interests in this Senatorial district ;
daughter and
roads advancement. Our visitors
printer and showed the sample, which very much impressed with St. Cloud were as and Mrs. J. E. Sawson. of In asking you to elect me as State Senator I believe that I know the needs r)

pleased all. The committee on high- a new town, and were very much surprised Ohio at Mr. R. D. Guioe'a; in a legislative way of this district as well, perhaps as anyone in the district, and
the road to the East to good intelligent 1 believe 1 in the State Senate in that will be
ways reported see so many Sarah E. Green at Mr. Roma can represent you a manner entirely v"e ;*a
Coast was in the hands of the C m- citizens to meet them. They went ; satisfactory to you. ARTHUR E. DONEQAN. '
away with a good opinion of St. Cloud Mr. J. H. Rhoten of Danville, 111.,
Commissioners. Mr. ;
ty and its inhabitants and will say a good Mrs. L. II. Ingram; Mr. Henry
eKed where the stationery ordered by word for us wherever they 'go. mond of Define, Ohio, and F. C.

the league was and asked if it had been The first lay service of the Episcopal mond (,f Continental, Ohio, at
paid for, no one seemed to know. Mr. Mission of St. Cloud;; was held Sunday
Geo. Gilbert's Rev. E. B.
Lawton said the design on the envelopes afternoon Feb. 11 at 3:30.: in the Chris ; Reynolds -- -.- -- - --- .
tian Church These services will be Hagerstown In., and MT. John ,
i t the board of directors had
adopted by
regularly held on Sunday afternoon at of Greenaburv, Ind., eft Mrs.
.... been changed! by Home one and did not the same hour and plaoe until further field's; Mr. R. S. Jackson of BER LATHS MOULC"INGS SHINQLBS iM
If really meet the needs of the Ii. M. L. notice. All strangers and friends of I t
i 111., at Mr. Roma Thoma8's.Nolice .
I On motion by Mr. White and Dr. the mission will be cordially welcomedMr. .

'' Farris that the league reject the K. D. Waring has disposed of w X
his stock ot hardware to Mr. A. E. for Bids. .n
and to have sUitable
envelopes proceed
Dom'gan, who took charge of same on c.0.
ones printed, amendment that the the 1st inst.,
t. Noltte" for BlilM for Htrpct Paving Not.| ..
secretary countermand the order for I We are glad to see Mrs. Miller with bo IIHIH! by city of KlM.linmi-c, Florida. .
envelopes at, the Tribune, amendment us again. Thin is the third winter she Notii IH lu'rvby given that to I'.u.n''e
the rtM iitton| adopted. !>>' the Council of
j carried. Adjourned to meet Feb.: 20th. has spent in St. Cloud, and likes our City ol Vlnimim> on January aid I'M'2.:
\ town and sees wonderful improvements. Council s til receive bids-l for Ihe ...- .. Dpal-Upchurch Building, Jacksonville, Florida
here since her last visit Tw'''lHy-Hve Thotmand ($y.Jloll.m ':
I'er Ont Street Paving rotes;, the
SHeld Over From Last Week) -- - -' U,......, In the City 11.11..t KlBKlmme, F made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida, is well man-

I jr! The Ladles' Improvement Club met ORANGE CENTER at A.7 D.:3O: 111\2 p. tit., on lii" wl ll", tb, /6th day.of .. and carefully graded, and our facilities for/Ailing orders for' carload lots are exceptionally good ,

The taiiuo co nal.te of Five <(5)) notoB. ..
/ in G. A. R. :hall with Mrs.. George, the Ut ,
< "ti MHrchlnt UMJ sod 1 each for the
first vice president in the chair. After A party was given last Friday at Klv ThmiKHtKl (Lid.q( 'eel) Iioitara l ) "' .

singing "America, the minutes of the Mr. aril Mrs. R. E. Uronson's in honorof i rtspt-ohtvt'ly ea r. < in one, (uo. 1hrel four and

last meeting were read. The report of I Mr. Hronson's birthday. 'A workingwas liiUnM, ,.on Mtnl. iitKeH Nlmll. IMS <1u,, and i>
BliNoiithc linn linyol Murth and! .St'iiU>
the executive was read and it wan deckled j 1 given and a dance there being of .MI(.h year
Held r.1,,,.. ".ill ".,) for II>K. than
to change the constitution to road about one hundred people preiwmt.. A A ('.....!II'k\ for Flvi- hand rid. I4,1m| .
"the meetings of the club shall be held big: dinner was. given and everybody (,>,n\Hljli-, the Tri-iimiriT of the City cif Kl.. I I
I IIH-C. .111.11 l] iM>i<'oiiiiinv] earn bid 1 I hu ri
on the first and third Wednesday of enjoyed the dinner. Two Hcres of land r. r,')...t nnv nllI..1I 1 biflM. 4 Embroidered :. Embroidered
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all'] bide to iiiinoll of ( ; ;
each month," instead of every two was cleaned and fenced. during the KlinliHlnn, > of J H Ulllicrt .It-rk ..'
A Jane given at night. mcc. i-kxlda., ) "
weeJcs. The library reported day. was .
(-<'.I!) 1 Ii tin ".KT,
several books und, magazines given Among those present were: Mr. and H-Jl. Clerk of city of .. .. .. i

to the library by R. A. Shearer, Dr. Mrs. Keen and Mr. Tom Urigger of -- : Corset. Covers Voile Waist i'i

I' Gibbs and others. ; a vote of thanks, was Orlando Mr. W. F. Presoott, ,Master i i iI

given. Mrs. Gibbs gqve the club $5(K) Walton 1'rescott Miss Febbie Prescott

,? from her concert to be used! for new and Mrs. W. A. Prescottof Kissimmee. j I '- I Jt. .
hand-embroidery fine SaI f
books for the library. The names of Mrs. Ida Roberts of Campbell and on Fronts, exquisite pattern. on fine white '

Mesdames Cane Buchanan and Wood Miss Madge Ivey of' Shingle Cre-k.I IFthe : scalloped edges, button-holed eye-

were reported as approved, and the HELEN. I for ribbon, all made exbept hem Voile, with one-and-a-half yard of plain '

secretary was instructed to cast a vote band $1.95 matching materialto finish $1.80 J ,;

of the club for these candidates. Mrs. same price, .I J .JP ,. ,

Mulvane took charge of the program. Gtttlng Onto th.,Gam our quality it better. I : .
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Mrs. Darst and Mrs. Scott read of They hooted the German chancellorIn .
"Abraham Lincoln, the Lover." 'Song the Reichstag when he Insisted that !
the tariff had nothing to do with the I for Robes 45 Cents
,4 by Mrs. Johnston and MillS Jiartlett.Reardinga Flouncing at a Yard '
by Mesdames Buchanan and high cost of living.E..erywhere .
the people are getting IF .
Cox. Mrs. Watt read of Lincoln tower
wise to the game by which classes
) in South London, as a memorial of the
with pollUcal influence have had the
emancipation proclamation it coat$35-
tariff laws fixed to suit themselves,
f-' 'coo/ and was pail one-half in English without! regard to the expense entailed !- I the game quality Silk-striped Voiles in white and colors. I

'izpenses and the other half, m 10-cent on thereat ma. of the people our prices are lower. Plain Voiles in black, white, and colors. t

pieces.; Mrs. Rodgers gave a talk on who have to buy the goods.Taft' .
.'the; underground railroad, chewing ar'stJUlon Cotton Foulards-look just like silk ones.

.: on the north side of the Ohio i! Satin Crepon, white and dainty colors. ,
f/Tt Tour Summed Up.
r Driver where It was said Eliza of Uncle.Tom's
Serious consideration of the resultsof Corded Jacquard Silks, Tissues, Dimities. M
Cabin stayed, and also a picture
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the president's travels and speeches
'f of the court house where Uncle Tom does not afford unbounded comfort GROCERIESTO Bordered Lawns, Zephyr Ginghams, Etc.

i ''''',-Was sold. Mrs. Scott will be chairman for hU followers.' In no ....IIUaI point tf.

'\,t"if the next program committee; sub- baa h* appeared to strengthen ale r

-j'fect, Washington. Club adjourned to cauas. H. has won deserved commendation -

?j1'' beet at G. A. R. hall on January 24th, because of his utterance EATAT

." ,'ftt 2 o'clock.L In defense of he judicial authorities

a i _---- of the nation. But, In other respects,
he has not been a pronounced successIn : -
;, ') A party ot thirty from Aldenworth ,
aiding his prospects for the totur .
Jxxlge and George Lookout, with a few
A Democratic president In 1911
'\ went to
Invited guests Runnymede
s more a possibility.
,Flfrlday| and enjoyed a turkey dinner. :._ T

| rAs the party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Raising the WI"d. ---

k"Noah# Weitz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Main "There ain't a dollar In the towntreallU't West Kissimmee Florida is now attracting

: ,t-.Hr. and Mrs. I., B. Mallytt, MillS Edith )'," said the mayor of Blllvllle Right Giving. Showy Footwear In Russia. more atten- .

:;' Mallott, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ht Lee'IMr to the town marshal "and you'll get must be such as truly to All Russians have a weakness forhendeome tention from homeseekera than any .

Sarah B. Frick, H. Clay Rutter no salary this month." "Never believeIt Taylor's giver and receiver. But : footwear, and the result Is .state in the Union, and Osceola county '
these things fairly .
and Mrs. N. G. Mr. said the cheerful marshal "Thereare Judge is attracting more attention than '
Dye, and Mrs. that there are more showy boots worn any
f' six automobiles headed this way. ; If we make mls-
W. Graham, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Just make out the fines for exceedln'the Phone 250 Quick Delivery those mUtakes will In the czar's empire than anywhereelse county in Florida. Send 25 cents for a \rr
Miss Elizabeth onearth.. This preference copy of the illustrated magazine edition
Pomeroy Miss
speed limit, an' leave the rest to to us where the motive exlende s ,
r 0 ii Hat tie E. Stark, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. me!"Atlanta Constitution. I II to the women as well a. th.l j of the Valley Gazette and you will f

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n; .". 12 TIlE KISSIMMEE VAL EY .GAZETTE' February f 3, 191gf j>j jA



j I Classified_ Advertisements
\ For Clerk Circuit: Court
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Splendid Entertainment at the Tucs- l At the urgent nollctmion or'my friend
FREE" 1 throughout Ota ..ollnh'.l hurabr minuuune my
-- '* day Night Social i fi-lf a ctncHclrue 'for Clerk of Ilio cln-ntt Court inserted under this head At the rate of 8 Lout
!I In and tot Oaouol.-rnrunty at tint rotntii nrt!' A(dverlTiVJments are
'Thq Tuesday night social at the I mnrj. I wish to thank the .p..opl. for U"lrt per line each insertion_ jt
kind rapport> In IMjumt, aUcltIbeirsupr 5'
.. " Chapter 1Io\lse..thla.\ wetk.waa.: .one,.ol EXHIBIT t port In 1 UKi'Tutartt.; If theta, I oludir my A
r A'ND--'S4LE taltllrtu.ervleeal.d' personal attunilou. u> U'e
the most largely attended, and carefully -* duties llnfllllco. KettiivctfuIlT. FOR SALE WE have just platted a block containing -
J. L. OVBKSTKEET. six of the most desirable Lake
," arranged yet held. It was an : ,,
-- Front Lots in this '
,--'"'-'-- city, located fir the
"I. evening with old the various .1 ;
I songs
\ OF"Schunique". FINE LOT in Lesly's Additirfn tar sale best resident section. Prices range
numbers on the program; being chiefly, For Tax: ? Assessor. cheap. Mrs. Summers. 5-tf from $Gft) to $],600, according to location -

selected from the music of other days. ------ -- If you desire! a home in the
dl hereby. Announce myself a candidate for the
S6mtf of the best local"talent appeared Art I oaiee of Tax Assessor OttciMila county, a"b. MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acres with very best portion of our city, call and
the lect to lk" will ml the Democratic volera at the a small grove for $ .' 8-tf we will take pleasure in showing
I on splendid program. cnmiiiK primary(' and If elected| I promise' to. these lots. H. M. Breaker &; Co. .
A large number of the guest rppeared give my pHruiual attention toe..r'salad, cnnlivrtod '

t>' at the social In costumes representing China and Water Color Pictures tt lib the o .lce.- WJCKEL,8- FOR SALE-Two' good mules. J. W '8-tf

Miller. 46-tf '
book titles. There were about i - SIX-ROOM Cattagei large lot located

fifty in costume, many of the "get-ups" from the Schumacher Art SchoolAT For Superintendent of Public AGENCY FOR SALE-Good pay, good in block of postoffice; nice

for' Pcnnell, Agent. young 'citrus fruit trees electric I
being exceedingly clever. Among the Instruction. reasons
8tfCOOK'S lights and bath. Price, 2860. H. ;
7 more striking characterizations were I I M. Breaker & (;0. 8-tf "
I hereby announce niTKi'H cxncllrtmtu forth ,
1 Miss Ellis, as "The Seminoles of I DR. THOMASON'S HOMEHours of Superintendent of I'uJjUo instruct STRAIN thoroughbred Buff ---, -- ----
rl'he. : I
.. nul out lo the will of thePcmoerstid"vou NEW Modern
a county > concrete bun-
Florida, Mrs Snyder, as "The I l 'ri at the onmtnir primaryd Orpington; eggs $I.U(; for 15. .G. A. close
galow to tofflee
Princess! Mrs. McPhatter as Oliver I : 2 to 5 Daily For One Week If elected" will devote ray' entire time to the Gilbert. $-tf po business 1-
duties of the.oftlie, 11. D. OUJ"" ,. section. Price, $3,000, terms on
Twist, Miss Ayltmun as The Black I -- - -- half of purchase price if desired. H. i

Bag, Miss Moon as Nicholas Nickleboy, FOR SALE OR RENT-A new -room M. Breaker & Co 8-tf

... Mr. Wolfo as Pickwith Papers, Miss MRS. NELLIE: D. FERRIS For Member of the Legislature cottage particulars in the write Lilly Mrs.addition.W. 11. Funk For',,' FOR SALE-Korty acres high ride

Huddles ton as Pirates. I hereby announce myself a* a candidate; tor Pine Castle, Fla. !9-tf land near station on main line of railroad :-
the office of Keprecrnunlvu from thl.'unllt> I11m (
.. Immediately: fallowing the program Mnrliln. 1."I.I"ro.' subject to the will of twelve miles from Kissimmee. i""
a contest was held in which the guestswereallowed the 1 ID im>f'rallc vtfU'rn at the coining primary' ; FOR SALE-By owner Z. W. Bass, Small part deep muck for gardening
p I and nk the support I of, nil the while VOUTH cIhu 3 lots 50x1J3.: making 150x133: 3- rest finest citrus fruit land. Will seliall
half hour to the
a .
guess count 1 H LAY NTANKOKK:;
room cottage: for $500 $225 cash and at $:::10) per acre on easy terms or
of the books MIHS -
names represented $12 month until paid for. If
per you will divide. S. S. Souders. Phone
Eloise Moon won tne firut prize with For Tax Assessor. wish to see the property phone No.' 2GO. g-tf

j 26 names. 73, Kwsimmee, F a. Property Is 1FOR
I[ herelq' ittinotmru myself a emididatn for about one mile southwest from depot. v
f The .committee of judges to' award National League Die onke of Tex ANNvaior of Oxcuola, county'.
Also have other houses and lots and SALE-Three residences. One in
1 the prize for' the best characterization MAKE NO MISTAKE of Commission sod troachliiK smiles. tho"support,(ratio primary of the voters In the apps| four tracts of 40 acres each, cheap, Eureka addition, $600; one in '

was composed of Mrs. Livprmnre, Mrs. 'Merchants United States of the E. A. NlKMKYKE. six miles onto 2-tf addition, $1,600!< i one in Bu addition -

Derbyshire and Mr. Kuykendall. The 2500. Maters & Carson Grocery -
Souther Shipper FOIL S "LR timber 'lands. Company
-8.750 acres) 61-tf
prize was awarded to Miss Ellis, and For Senator, ]19th District. .
SHIP TO THE OLD RELIABLE 50 with five miles of lake. A first class

I was presented to her in a brief speech To Ihr Demnrrslle rotrn of 0.\\ county colony proposition. Also dome of the TWO very desirable resident lots in

I by Mr. Kuykendall. re I 1".IIv e..tlo"" snnuuuec as.""IIBtor.bust folll I cm.the a candplsh'.lull. Il 1lrkt.j for. best paying orange!: groves in this Parson addition, each 50x164 feet.

I) The hostesses at this very delightful S. H. & E. H. FROST uI.J1 I to tit'n'tbo? of: I I Ile II'I.eref' "I. prhla I I ry part of the state farm lands and There are 16 bearing orange trees on
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tank mat. .ineerdy for your Nuppnrt, to the city property. C. Buckels. 2-tl these lots under good new fence
and most arranged social
carefully : 'a-6 e.d I It I )on epprve my "'1:1.1"11"" rl''nrl. located close to the lake.
I I $350 cuhlak..s
were Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., and Mrs. ..I.l.CUul ) ,11..11 y."L'l:;,. s.rt, sire J"Ey. the two. Seefli. M.

M. Katz. acres bearing grapefruit averaging{ & Co. 3itf ,

The program was aa fallows: 1865 For Marshal. 5 boxes to a tree this year and /5acres
PYRENE; f lire extinguisher for gasoline
I Piano' Duet-Miss Lord and Mrs bearing oranges averaging 6 fires. Get one for launch
1 hereby announce myself a candidate boxes to a tree this year; 1 old four- your auto
f Bullock. for the office of marshal and collectorfor room house, barn, etc. and 1 new 4- or garage: and be safe. Sold by Geo.N. .

( Vocal Solo-Loves Old Sweet Song, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES the city of KiSBimmee. I believe room house' and bam. ]Has also a Saunders, agent Kissimmee. 87

\ with violin and piano accompaniment that 1 can fill the position to the satisfaction beautiful small lake Price $30: an IF you want a cheap cottage ask Mrs. ..

" -Miss Aultman. of all, and would respectfullysolicit acre. Mrs. Summers, Lake View Summers-she has a new cottage 5
the support of the voters at the Cottage. South Kiasimm, Fla. 7-tf rooms and bath
:t Vocal Solo-Mrs. Carr, with violin plastered. Lot 64x
approaching election. 100. Deep well. On good street. 9-lt
t l obligate by Mrs. Bullock WARREN W. KING. WE Have listed some of the most desirable
Cor. St. New York
319 Washington $t. Jay
Piano Solo, Romahce. -Mrs. Snyder. property on Die market, both

i Quartette, Juanita -Mrs. Sears city and county, which we offer at MISCELLANEOUS
References; Aetna INat'l.. Bank, Mercantile Agencies NOTICE the lowest prices to be obtained.
Miss Mrs. Katz Mrs.
Derbyshire, ,
- -- 1 herein announce .n)self a MndidHto for There is no' padding of prices by us, WADE the tuner. Orlando.
5, 1 Clark, Mr. Willson and Mr. Wolf. tl)" ofHceof Marshal: micl 1 ax Boll', and I every piece, of property sold' at exact ..
DO LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT" ? ask the lllpport" of tlio' (food or tblH slid W A NTEDJtood white
PART II. town I am a poor man ann -nirrrt fft and firm price: placed jjn .!!._ .. girl ttHI8siet .
Brass Trio-Miss Ellis Miss Graves, n"t" fcamblcr, nor a whrnkey drinker 1 am Write us your requirements. anthwewill m h-a-u ewark. Mrs. Kulp, Church
for what' IN right, and if elc, <.ted. I will f>nd<.H\or do our best to please you, by street. 8-2t
and Mr. Ludlam, with Miss Grace II-I'I tad'd"'y" 1\1'1.. M .n II RN DI.Il5UN. showing just the kind of property you -- - ---

Jolly at piano.'. desire. II. M. Breaker &- Co. ..24-tf WANTED-The sweetest thing out for
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Vocal Solo-Mrs. Norton. For Marshal your Iirl-J.'ulfpr Greeme Candy- .

d Reading St. Peter at the Gate- UNION CENTER NEWS I On Saturday eve a call meeting was FOUU-acre orange and grapefruitgrove fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug
I hereby announce to y.cll..' MW .a mmllilHtc' for with 2T! 0 bearing trees
.' held Brother Boone's residence the ; Company. S3-tf
Miss Pfann. at thn ofllcu of Marshal! and < oIliM lor for 'the rllT
5- ,... five acres muck and ten acres pine __ _ '
of KittHlmni. and .1..11"1 ) auk shy supportof "
Vocal Solo, Little Boy Blue-Miss I abject being; to prepare for our infant 'Ihe ruler, at ,the, onilng I le 'tlon prtilnlhiniffaithful land in cultivation thirty and one- WANTED-10 to 1,000)() acres of land.
Mary Gaines. Saturda- t
ner\leu If eittctetl tiEo KmnrH. land five-room
half ,
Quartette, Come Where the Lilies Last evening an electionwas lodge of Odd Fellows; in our city. acres Give description and price. W. C. .
barn and well. The
box house
BloomMrs.. Derbyshire, Mrs. Clark, held in our school house for the pur-I Postmaster L. J. Lester of Tampa unproved land all under goodfence.. Ahlman, Norfolk, Neb. 9-2tJ t I

Mr. Willson- and Mr.- Wolf.KeenOliver- .- r pose of changing the name of the occupied the chair, while II. Edmond For Tax Assessor.I .> Tins t property the north side of fOIl a nice hot or cold lunch visit room

munity from its former name, Swaby acted as secretary. After hard I announce m\Hdf n rMndldat' fnrllieoflire East Lake, furon miles from Narcoos- next to I'ostoflice. Lunches sent on
of '1'1 ax Assessor ol' 4lae,11s. .,LillO', nnd, see, nine miles from' Kmsimmee.Price .
Ir one more suitable. Several' names work "the faithful few" have come nwi.cet| ''fu]fly wllrlt the Niipport i. of (the rotes'< inLtiu phone calls. Phone 154. 9-tf
f $1,601)(). $2.500()() cash balance one
In home wedding at the the ballots but the name Union out Sufficient 3rd degree nppriMidilnic. DanuN rnli'< primitr')' --
a pretty were on triumphant. J(. I I. Iii 11.nil. year. II. M. Breaker & Co. LUNCH ROOMThe place tar a nice -

bride's home on Oliver's Island Mr. I .,Center received a large majority of the I members have presented withdrawalcards hot or cold lunch short order meal, i

i Randall Keen and Miss Mary Lee Oliver votes So from now on the communitywill from their respective lodges For City Marshal. BEAUTIFUL] Like front lot consisting or oysters any style, visit the lunch

: were united in marriage Wednesday be called by the name Union Center. wherewith to' secure a charter. A lot of a half block located in the best room next to Postoffice. Phone or t
I 1..911. candidate for the offlro of Pit r Marshal neighborhood in the city. Will sell ders
night at 7:30, Rev. H. 1'. Gaines being Miss Lessie Hay was at home for the of energetic young material have signed and lax CX>lle< tor. IJ elected' I pledge a only to' party who will improve it to I promptly delivered. Phone 164
faithful discharge of the dunes of the otllieF 9-tf
I the officiating clergyman. The home week-end. up for membership, subject to'the W'. riTTMAN correspond with surrounding prop

/ was charmingly decorated for the oc- action of the new lodge. A charter erty. Full particulars and price to FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass
Mrs. J. L. Henson is visiting her
interested H. M. Breaker
'. cassion. After an elaborate wedding will be applied for to the Grand Sectary party. Market No. 189. 19-tf f l
Lr I sister, Mrs. Ira Wetherbee.Mr. For Mayor. & Co., 31-tf
upper the bridal party came to Kisimmee of State within the next few .. candidate) v
I hereby announce a a for the
I t and Mr. and Mrs, Keen took S. T. Fansler' .and :Daughter day. The'book s are open to those office of Mayor of KlmtmmoB and nollclt the WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands
Miss Fern, made a business call on utiport of the voters of the city If electedwilt I FOR SALE-FIve good paying orange 575. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29 tf
the.midnight train for Orlando. They desirous of becoming'charter members endeavor to do all In my power to give'; the groves and a 20-acre truck farm, 3

.; ..1, will, I)) be at home at Orange'' Center J Mr. C. H. Funk Wednesday morning until March 17th. Until that date the city coining a sued:year.buslucoa! ailnilnlatrntlon N. C. during BUY AN.the acres irrigated with Skinner system. FOR SALE-Settings of Buff Orping-'

I,:i' ,.'. Among the guests; were Miss Kate Mr. Loyd Harvey visited.his uncle. fee will be $10, covering the initatoryand Alsocomplete sawmill, capacity 10,000 ton eegs.: Indiana prize strain. G..

\.t! Getz Miss Thelma .Dann Mrs. Maud J Mr. G. B. Lawson over Sunday.Mr. three degrees. After.the' date feet per day, log carts, wagons and M. Weimer. Address, Box 686 KIs-
For Sheriff. five good mules. Will sell at bargain simmee, Fla.
Croxton, Mrs. Charles Dann, Mrs. H. C. Lightsey had a well driven mentioned the fee will be $15. The prices. I Investigate. C. Huckels. Kis 7-3tp
I hereby unnonnoc iiiyBt-lf a rniulidnto for'
't L Charlie Wilton, Miss Wilton, Messrs. I and a splendid flow of good soft water application list is in the hands of the the ofllce <>f Sheriff 1 r UM I.I;; :; : Drug knd
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\ Sam Getz, Hugh Cain Iris Oliver, Ned ,was found at a depth of 285 feet. undersigned.; J. Edmond Swaby, Secty. to the RPtlon I plMlifH of n /Hithful/ TH'tiKM dlarnargu! rml prfirmr of the).dr.tkof Ifeloc'ted YOUR OWN we will get a drink of the best soda
Hodges. THE LADIES. 9-H Uifoffl .e. 1.1 II ISOKAM. water made. :>31-tf
pay rent when you can own a home

_ _ __ of jour own by paying just a little FOR dressed poultry phone' the Rull
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J --r----- _. - _.. __ For Treasurer more than rent7 I have for sale a Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf

.. _.. .. I hereby nnnoun ins''!11" rood filmy\ for tinoillro line home of nine rooms artesian
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of ('""..ty'l reach. rer. Hnd will I I nipr| .M int > water, outbuildings, chicken yard,
MUTTON fresh fat
the toipi>ort of II.) .. drums) rnthotvr" nt the etc. Lot 150x2K()() 11 bearing' orange fine, at the
appronchliiir prlaur S I.. LUJ I'FJtR. Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf
trees 7 peach nnd 2 mulhprry trees. ;

J. Sti Abstract given, to title; $1, anywhere can start a mall
Sleep that .Refreshes For Marshal terms on remainder at 8 per cent mtere..t. order business at home. No' canvassing. -
Ask Mrs. Summers the
1 hereb7 nnnrnni fly' rnndtdsrr' ) for the I your own boss. Send for free
ti. oft I ce of MftmliAl l :i"T. x 4 ott): ::< ,tor of I Ihr r,;)' amount of remainder. 4-tf booklet.' Tells how. Heacock, A 2144
S tl KiKHimmcu' ami Holirlt the .support, of Hit Lockport, N. Y:
oltTs Ht I II approHrhintf sit)' I"cot Ion.
-J SI Depends largely on Vie mattress
61 '
.. I SHIP produce to G. W.
I I ,1 1"" Ii \\11 q I I :I} you buy. The mu't.ess'-iust 1 '' : ;; be of 1- Co. Tampa Fla. Write them for

I'I I,q I'' N I! I'' I 1\\ \ S!'1 uniform : > css; :-nily elastic to For Marshal > FOR stencil. 49-tf

1,1, I \ I like' his inetm) l of miouiicinR in)wolf DHRti BLUE R Ml BON Ice Cream
best .
r -3. I' I Ii conform: u> I'u1' body line.:, at the e (' .lliHl"> fur the ..1II.f( MHrshul. Nod) tax FARMSThe town Kissimmee iI-
"dll(','tor for the rilr 1< of K i.hlintiH <>. I IIde< (1..1 Drug Co. 31-tf
: tim (: 'the sleeper I will IH\III.( TIM rntirc tnnr to tho oilito. and --
: same; : '' '; 1'01":1: j- ---
; i I. ,, will CMidtnnor to lo my lull" . person may earn $100
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.IIJ"- p. (i. \\JIITEI
I _.4 j without Chance of a Lifetime. monthly corresponding for
i "rt pressure. newapa-
: ; ,, I No' .
: 1\\ I' Hundri'di. of urreH. of I Rich Muck pers. canvassing. Send for par-

I Look' Land to' !b. tut up into farms with ticulars.' Press' Syndicate, B 2245

-I ; .i "f I Anotlit'r. ' HiKlifltito. for Mnr-tlmi) end Tax I houses, burns> fenced cod, ditched i-tc. j Lockport N.Y.
The I Princess Mattress .
\ > "'..11 It','lur' I u 'ill Hiirt| .. ( luff )our help| 'These InmN. have excellent transportation -
la (I J L \ U11Nti.(;, market. ASK MRS. SUMMERS of Lakeview
facilities to a gixxl
\' / / \\\'fj'\ Cottage South Kissimmee, if you

__ .. \. \ ..' Wealth in Peanut Culture. want a select city. home, choice farm
) \ : is of \Ii\' ,igm ,
; / ) r ; mrKe cctonyrn cn oar specially: : : For State Attorney a vacant lot
", ; -'OO! ) ) bushels can !be. rmst-d per acre at acreage, or an orange
\? \i,\ .. :n 1 I machinery: into l.ncisof, lihl;; fluffy kit, one hner: To I tlu. r>,>mo,<'rnii<' \.I'.f' tin ;Ib Jinlinalt'ln '$1.301'1'' bushel. According' to these grove 6t/

_ 1 : \A".4) t- 'r;. ., . ;. I placed upon i i1 the o'.lier: t.:) insure: iMiifonnitv! of hereby nit of Klorlfl'1I1"'e, that' I nni a mulidHln' for I ::igurcx. UK) "ncrt'S in Peanuts yields
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I1 rfni.>,ioiiit incut IH Sttilnttnrnt''r for tluKotmth ti.OlJu.1J1J: !( as gross:; .proceeds.Big

.\" .'."... >,\1'; .I ,. 'Y'/,51'<.1\ \1 thickness. It -'ighs full{ ill pounus, nnd i is encnhctl the adieu Ju'lirial of' thu Ci>r.
V -- .J.c- : 3 tons ,
acre crops I per year
HIIU 1 here luidoHVor. II.. OHHITVjour' per DWELLINGS for rent to %.
\ 1 apply M. T
\.1\ f;?' -' vi ) fancy--of durable! qunlit11 ,\-. onfldunre In 'me by iloin my duty. to the beet $20.00()( .per ton on'M( () acres, would I ler.
\ (ri inyjtbtlltjIf to' $12,000.00.Amazing: ) .
\ I I mount
1 I' .. Ours is the'oldest: largest find best equipped reaplroiuted I l I plt I >diro >oii to dif )I my DESK ROOM TO
I i4 lswrr : :: :'I law mid ord< r in :,11."I'C: u, Profit in Sugar Cane. RBNTLarge, light
II' (factor inthe-outh: for tjic manufacture of mat \Vllh ,eJ..rl..O. ham and with fitlrMoft V all I window on Broadway Address Box
(1 r 1 If ill .. Rich Muck Land produced tons
Ths |log )0" for punt klnHncHM, | r *Np4* t fully per 322. City.
\ 'e-- tresses. 'i 1111: PIUNCLSS: i is our !speciult.Ve . _
I ask vuu r.u plot rl aUnln. Jenny I. JON 5* cre I > and about 'M gallons of syrup to

I i 1 \ \ sell it under u 60 night's trial, promising to refund HU" Attorney the I ton. Hence1 40 tone, multiplied by FOR RENTA new 5-room _plastered

.. I I 1\ j 1\\ Order For Publication. :20 gallons, multiplied by 45 cents, the cottage Mrs. Summers, Lakeview
rm SO 11 ( II I your money if you arc i yol !b.itisfied.Ve: are safe price per gallon, multip ed by 100 acres Cottage.;
( In Circuit Court htattt of Florida, .seventh :
I in doing; ; this becauseve:: employ none but expert Judicial Circuit Ow<* .I. Couuty.In gives; $36,000.00, the approximate gross
: ; from 100 acres in Sugar Cane.
.S11ug7mamma ChanceryG. ]Proceeds FOR RENTOne or' two
of who THE rooms, centrally -
workmen long experience n\akc H Jobn tm. Complainant all
f.t Offer to Tenants. located modern conveniences. +

'f. PRINCESS: : : by hand in a large, well lighted, Blanche Johnson vs Itatcndant I want reliable parties who' can For further information address .
It Hi>))onniiK by affidavit appended' to the bill P. O. Box 394. Kisalmmee.
., No.4 thoroughly ventilated factory. filed in the alontaled, ..*...0 that MlancheJohnnnn furnish I good reference having had experience 9-1
I the "el ..d'nt therein naintwl IM a nonrnldcnt I > in farming and are well eauiped I
of the of Florida, and U rwi-
: t Ask your dealer. He should be !:> supply you. If not, dent of the State of II Inoia and Is over the age I[> with faring( fttfaftcially] to tire Signals.Ward .
raise Hay
on ,
of it la therefore orderuslthat arry
OINCES tweiiiy-oue yram;
, .. s '. write direct to us. Be.sure you arc informed before you buy.lanifactmrers said nonreildent be and hereby requited| :Sugar:: Cane Peanuts or Sweet Potatoes No.' 1. Central portion of
.. 10 to the bl'l of complaint filed. in said i
etc. would to the
cause on or before Monday., the lit day of I agree provide one long blast of whistle.:
: -' hols-tin-CunninghaID.: :: April A. D 1U1U: otherwise tne, allegationi. of I land, fence ditch it, furnish houses Ward No. 2. North Kisaimmee, two
= "said 111 will be taken ai coDfe mi by Aid t and shed barns for a number of tenants lone blasts of whistle. .

: Sprngbed Co. \ defendantIt la: further ordered that this order. be pub. Oleo( a can mill for grinding the cane. Ward No' 3- South Kissimmee, three t j
]In the'above case 1 would rent for a blasts
llahed once a week< for four couaacutlve weeka long of whistle. g-tf
... la the Klaaimmee Valley Uaxotte uewapaperpobliflbed 1(bird of the! crop. ,
i > ATLANTA GA.. In said County and HtateThli .
SAN FELT I :23rd day of February. 1912, Don't forget that the price of a want '
[Seal U O oIiMS'ros
GI I Clerk Circuit Court. ISAAC HALL ad in the Valley Gazette lathe cheap, ,
MATTRESS I Moon A Glege-r- Ki imrnee Fla est investment .'
Bolioitora for Complaint (Mt I Lake House you ever made.
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