Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 13, 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: VID00572
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Good' Roads for' the County: ,a Dock for: the *''ciiyA: ; Absolute Necessities "

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polluted with acids and glucose that j dress: He' tolrf' the people,, as he, did, .
:; ,OSGEOLA COUNTY'SMOST fewever. think of buying it., There I Kissimmee Now Has, a at a previous meeting in Orlando that KISSIMMEE MUST\j i : ,

is nothing more toothsome or healthy .. he was the Senator:of .all parts of
thAn.good, old and both and -
pure cane syrup Orange Osceola counties, and
URGENT NEED when such a thing does find its way Nine-Hole Golf Course was ready at all times to work for HAVE A NEW D ;
,into this"or any, other local market it 1 their best good but he was,.
is quickly taken up. nor would he' be in the future work
'On Wednesday of this week A.. E.I ing for or at the instigation :of any' -J',, 's ;
Thomas manager' of the New Eden set of men or section of either county '
: ; IS A'SYSTEM;,OF GOOD ,ROADS'IP Plantation, brought to this office a I MR. C. A. HAMILTON.. LATE OF TORONTO CANADA, ACQUIRES LARGE that If the people of Orange county; TO PROTECT :OUR SHIP! d

.. bottle of the real stuff-syrup made wanted divi.ionr he' would not stand
.r: ,- from green cane that has not one I TRACT OF LAND SOUTHWEST OF'CITY AND. StARTS THE BALL in their way; If, they did not he
't I drop of acid or a touch of glucose in it, would not attempt to divide il.l he
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. just the pure cane juice Boiled down.A j 1 would not entangle himself In any!
k BUILD Bar: THEY MUST MAKE' taste of 'It carried us back to the local fight, but, as before staled, .toocI.J I' SAFE .AND WHOLLY INADEQUATE .' G''

THE 'MONK days.of our boyhood when sugar cane I ready to advocate' any. legitimate:' ,'TO THE NEEDS
,. grinding time was looked forward to I measure the people wanted. -
EY TO PAY THE BILL. as the one important event of the year I "Come down with me and spend the remembers when golf was started in There was no mistaking the Sena OF, ''THE: BUSINESS.The .,

4 for then we all took on fat and got winter at Kissimmee. a small way at Pinehurat in North tor's meaning, and the people of Sanford :
rid of all aches and pains. We know "Where is Kissimmee Why in Carolina. Now that enterprising are fully aware that In the next
good and we that town ban three first class courses and legislature they will have an able, >agitation for 'a new dock baa
Last week's. issue of the Valley Gazette better than this knowby the New Florida, of course. That, I believe, has a large number of- tourist honest man to protect their interests I I been going on in Kissimmee!. for: the,

contained a detailed statementof Eden Plantation ever passed man's being great golfing country, ,I am practically i supported byrd t'i 1 past two years, and, the question appears ...
the meeting of the Board of County palate. certainly with you!I' I ers. Belleair, in Florida, with ex-1 I to be about M far from settle.

Commissioners' at which Mr. C. W. Mr. Thomas tells us that it will be "Well, I am sorry to say that. Kis I magnificent hotel, affords another YOUNG lADY MYSTERIOUSLY . ; today 'as when It,was first men.
E 'Ward offered some valuable euggeielion. placed in the local stores for sale in simmee has not yet reached that state ample of what golf will do for a place. I\ *- ,,' ,
*: as' to the manner in whion a one and five gallon cans. We don't of )perfection. Then I guess I will And now for Kissimmee a nine hole I 1, There is not a person ,in .this;city 'td
builtin I
ti system of good roads could be know what price it will be sold for, I stay here until it has )got into the course has been laid out on the lake DISAPPEARSMISS ,but what has expressed the opinion.- i
this,county without creating a but whatever it ill it will be worth it procession of golf towns. shore property recently acquired by I that a new dock was. absolutely necestsary
debt that would be very hard for ourtaxpayers i This is the essence of a conversation Mr. Hamilton; : /and a syndicate of Kis- to meet the demands of our 1
to, pay off Mr. Ward I held between Mr. L. A. Hamilton simmee capitalists. Men are already EDNA WITZ SUPPOSED TO I growing'shipping.-trade.: The one ;;

recommended :that an additional tax TEN YEARS OfBUSINESS of Toronto, Canada before his' engaged in putting the course' in I LEAVE ON MIDNIGHT TRAIN now in use was built a good many-'' '
levy of six mills be placed against all departure for the South. Mr. Hamilton order.. A finer natural turf does not years ago and while it may have answered
1 property for road purposes, and that 'I is president of the MiosissangaGolf exist for playing the game than is OCTOBER FOURTEENTH.Miss the purposes at that time; today ?
the full amount be used in putting SUCCESS, Club, of Toronto, one of the to be found on the prairie lying it is about as, useless a piece of fa
a the roads now already established in youngest clubs In that progressive southwest of the city. The game was -- I old Junk as a city could be burdened y

'i/ good condition-that is filling In all I city It is starting out on Its career started Wednesday with a foursome, Edna Witz, a handsome young with. It.is1'not only unsafe to walk
.v\ water holes and low places and grad- EVOLUTION OF C. W. DANN 'IN with an expenditure of $75,000 for in which Mr. F. Vans Agnew, Mr. lady of about 18 years ,of age who upon but is not wide" enough to permit .
4' $. and widening the traveled grounds and buildings. Five other Meiklejohn, Mr. Woodham and Mr. has lived in this city for some time ,vehicles to. go' to and from the
'., annggdup. THE COMMERCIAL LIFE OF golf clubs have their homes in To Hamilton took part. and During the past summer workedin pier forcing wagons to go -out, into

.e' We'see "nothing wrong with Mr: KISSIMMEE. ronto. The wealthiest is now spending As soon as the course is put in orderit the family of Mrs. Smith on Sumner the lake hub deep, to>,.load, and.unload -< v.
,. ;Ward's idea, in fact It impresses us $325,000 on a new course. is the iptention of the provisional street, as a domestic mysteriously boats. ; .' e,4
'as about the most. feasible plan that Mr. Hamilton has played golf committee to call a meeting' for the disappeared on the night of October I A movement was inaugurated her
"t .has yet been offered. There has de- around the globe and is able to speak purpose of forming a permanent club. 14th. and up to the present time some few.months ago to have the A., 11-
; veloped quite an opposition on the Next Tuesday will be the tenth from experience of the value of such There has been nothing attemptedin every effort. to locate her has proved I C. L. build a dock the city agreeing
part of some of our best people to anniyersary of Charles W Dann'sentry institutions to the towns' that have Kissimmee that will bring our city I fruitless No reason can be assigned I to close Darlington avenue from 1Ial-

"U" sliding brick roads, that opposition) into the commercial life of Kls- one or more golf clubs. Egypt Italy, into more prominence or give it wider for the young Lady's action as ,she i soy street to the lake, but that. plan,, ,
';being so pronounced that it is ev- Bimmee. Southern. France, during the winter', advertising, and it is hoped that our appeared well, pleased with the position met with such violent opposition on, It- ,
) idenced bond issue for that purpose On the seventeenth day of December, months are largely supported by business men generally will not onlyjoin she held, and was on the most thepart of our people....that..It-.. .' .
.r Jr 'would not carry therefore it would 1902, he opened a store in this city poll enthusiasts The money spent the club, but learn the ame, as _fn Hiy t r s-with-herparente, ;who I a *
".' Juse.1e.Bsto- an election at any with Just about as large a stock of to-these nreccerot'. it Is one of Ihe few, remaining sports reside; in South Kissimmee only few Sincenthst) plan of the City Council ",
ertlme! within{ the nexfTewytm. 7 goods an the average man these days golf amounts to a fabulous sum.' in which gentlemen indulge for mere blocks distant from where she was. 1 was defeated there. have been many
But' the bold fact yet remains that buys for the use of his family during Coming nearer home Mr, Hamilton'I pleasure. employed.There suggestions made as to''' how a dock

14 _jr county's most urgent need is good the winter On the shelf of his little '_ _'___ I was no extraordinary effort ,could be built that would meet both 'q
country .roads-roadll over which veAbides store was a box of socks, a few pairdf ---- - n made the first few weeks after her the wishes of our''people and the ;

J / can travel at. a reasonable'speed. suspenders, a couple of bolts of disappearance to locate her her people demands of trade. ,The Valley Ga- ii
** {Kittling reasonable loads. A calico and a box or two of thread, alsoa Railroad From Narcoosseeto believing ''that she possibly was aette was among the principal object.

T, .The County Commissioners are the few red bandanas and a dozen wool i visiting friends in a nearby city, but; ors to the City Council's' plan, ,-of-
"V head of the county's government are hat as time went on and nothing was closing Darlington. avenue in return
entrusted with the keeping of the But that was ten years ago. Big Pine Must Be Built heard of her whereabouts a search loa the Av C. L. building a dock; and
county's property and the management Today the same Chas. W. Dann lathe was begun and some of our most I as it, has always been the policy of ,.
of its business. They are also proprietor of Dann's DepartmentStore. prominent men are lending their aid this paper to offer' what it believes a "y
S.empowered to levy a reasonable tax That store is three stories, by donating money to employ detec-. 1 I, better plan in lieu of, the,one it as-. ,' '"
S'upon carry on that business built of brick owned by Mr. Dann, and tives to locate her. slats in tearing down,. it. ,submits the f'
I successfully. comprises a dozen separate departments IF KISSIMMEE WOULD KEEP HER SUPREMACY, OTHERWISE THE, During the past two w.ekstwl) let following j 'r 4.
There has been money enough spent each one presided over by a ters have been received supposedly Let the Council ''employ a competent
On roads in this county during thee competent person with the owner as TRADE OF WHITTIER AND BASSENGER WILL GO from the missing lady by,her parents man or men to draw plans and make
i :':last twenty rears to have a system the central figure.Mr. but neither letter bore 'any postmarksave specifications foe: a dock that will
"',equal to that of any county in the Dann has reached his high TO THE EAST COAST TOWNS Kissimmee, and her parents meet the requirements of the city for, "

.v. state, but the plan of spending the standard ma a successful merchant by claim that neither is in their daugh years to come giving as near as possible t'
money has been bad. The time hasH close attention to business, and absolute -- ter's handwriting Its cost. Then Invite the,, peo-?: ,,
come for a new order of things, a honesty and fair dealing. He Miss Wits is rather below, medium pie of Kissimmee to meet in convention ,. 1
.'' .tem to be inaugurated has always and at all times been The following is taken from the were builded but we can not refrain height dark hair and eyes, weight and go fully into a discussion of
"\' 'iS'Wewould suggest, as did Mr. Ward, among those who worked for the interests Orlando Reporter-Star of December from calling the attention of our business about 110 pounds and is consideredvery the. matter. Permit every man to.
". ':that a system of roads be laid out, a of his town and is now servingin 10: men to the fact that if this road pretty. She has a most pleasant offer suggestions.'whether he be Taxpayer -, ;
:p f'lItem that will meet the demands of the capacity of councilman. "J. H. McCullough and J. G. Mc- from Orlando is completed and from disposition, ,and is of such a'nature or tourist,' boatman or, merchant .;.
!"V the different sections of the county His rise has been but in keeping Crory will begin laying iron today on the above clipping that appears to bea that her mysterious; disappearance ditch digger or; banker;, and
: fc, which are the most thickly populated, with the advancement of Kissimmee. their tram railway leading from the certainty, and with an outlet from is a wonder to her acquaintances, when all have had their say let a vote-
/. ;4"and that each road ,in such East Coast Line to a point, a few Bassenger and Whittier. to the east and they can not but believe she is be taken and the plan adopted that'
dit oa that it can he'used throughout miles east of Orlando. ern markets l by way of the' East unwillingly detained by someone or receives a majority vote. :
the year. When these main roads TUESDAY V NIGHT "This road connects with the East Coast extension that-, the trade this has gone upon a visit to some city. The taxpayers'of Kissimmee stand' "
arr" completed then the laterals can 'Coast Railway at the Curry Ford city now derives from all that por- and. taken ill.' c" ready to vote a promissory note issue ..
be worked.sand in a few years there ENTERTAINMENT I crossing; and traverses a rich and tion of the county below Canoe Creek Anyhow the search now'in progress in any reasonable amount to pay if
;r will not be a section of the county but heavily timbered section of the coun will be diverted to other and more will continue until she is located. for a dock, even though it required as

'' what can be easily reached. convenient points. much as ten thousand dollars but "
t'a But whether our ideas or those of try."The road, which is of standard Of necessity the. big land companies they will insist upon having si say. as c
'.I Mr. Ward are adopted by the Commissioners AT THE CHAPTER HOUSE WASA gauge, is being constructed by the that own large bodies of land COUNCIL TO MEET to the character of the dock and under ' "
',r; the fact remains that we above named gentlemen for the purpose : in the 'southern part of the county, what. conditions it Is to be operated. k..
:'Y, must have good roads traversingvery PRONOUNCED SUCCESS of handling their large timber but which maintain offices here, would IN EXTRA SESSIONTUESDAY I I The Gazette. believes that, the city 1I "+ ,
part of the county if we wish BOTH SOCIALLY AND interests which lie in that section of move their offices to points on this I could reasonably charge smalt;wharf-,, /I
.;; our share of the prosperity to which the county. I new extension t>f'the East Coast Railway ,I age fees for boats carrying freight,
'+.' are justly entitled by every natural ENTERTAININGLY.The "Should this line be continued a few I near their holdings, for the : or passengers! the fees to be collected
advantage. miles further, Orlando would have a reason that it is far less expensive to NIGHT, WHEN: IT IS and retained by'tha harbor master as' ,
direct route to the East Coast, and transport their people by train byway I I I payment for his services. "
very! informal entertainment another through line to the North andEast of Maytown to Whittier or Bas- PROBABLE MORE SIDEWALKS This proposition in brief Is respectfully !

,sIXlY1WDUCKS given on Tuesday night at the Chapter singer and go from those points to I WILL BE ORDERED LAID.. referred to the City Council,. and,
I House in charge of ,Mrs II, C. "Mr\ McCullough and Mr. McCrory, their land than it would be to bring it is hoped that lady will consider .
IN TWO HOURS (Stanford and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr as at a Board of Trade meeting some them to Kissimmee and go from herein it, but if U. is ignored, we ask that
hostesses, proved up to standard in month ago, brought this matter to I autos or by boat. I the." Board of Trade take,up the matter ;. t
((1' giving everybody a good time. It. the attention of that body, setting But if this connection, was made The City Council will meet in extra I, and call a, mass meeting to con,] ,.. !
; fact that to between Narcoouflee and Big Pine, session Tuesday night next, to transact '
was not a suffragist' meeting, nor apolitical forth the they were soon l alder the question.
discussion but construct this road, and showing the these companies, more than likely such .business as may be necessary -
TUE WORK OF A PARTY OF .. a genuine
),,JS abventages of the line being would still retain offices here and to the welfare of the, city. TO'.
natured: social, helpful occas- many .
%, "\ SPORTSMEN ON THE LOWER ion good, when a delightful program was extended on to Orlando. merely send agents down from here Arnonjr the important matters that YOU TALK IT; ,
will be discussed' is that of tltadviaablht.y
.J SHORE OF THE LAKE. enjoyed and a real "at home" feeling "It is understood that an engine has with parties to look over their lands. likely
prevailed among the guests The been purchased and that tracklayingwill I' The way in which the lower part of of extending the sidewalks IT TALKS TO YOU "'
on the cross streets in North '* *
i': be in earnest. I the is building it will *
the pushed county
,,; large number of strangers' proved I up .
.' success' of these Tuesday ftight en- Something like a year ago a com- be but.a.. hort time until the trade of t.
;n A party of sportsmen c&mpoued of tertainments, and proved too, how I pany was formed in this city and a that section will amount, to hundredsof Council has done no act that STATE BANK INSTALLS"j., t
J; ,D. R. Blenis, Harry Dale, Tom Walker helpful to a pleasant stay in Kis i charter applied! for to build a rail- thousands of dollars annually, all has met the universal approbation of ,
: L and M.\ E. Fisher enjoyed a plea very simmee it is to meet the people of the road from Narcoossee to Big Pine of which rightfully belongs to ,come our people more than the order to lay DICTAPHONE THE LATEST /,
.; 'ant; and profitable hunt on the lake a distance of about eleven miles. to Kissimmee, and will do BO' if this cement. sidewalks, and if the members EDISON' "" j
town. .
"'>A*the first morning of the week, bagging A little was one feature Narcoossee is the terminus of the connecting link of eleven miles ilt will only continue the good woork INVENTION "
game 1I 1-
.Vlxty-two ducks in two hours. unique of the which taxed the Sugar Belt, and Big Pine is the nearest made, but if things remain as they along that line until every important -----
: None of these gentlemen are noted book lovers to their favor- station on the extension of the are and we continue to sit idly by street in the clay has good walks, it I '
,4e.,:( fort their exceptionally accurate recognize being while other towns pick the will do more .to enhance the value of Things are moving at such. rapid r
j" ite authors.. The musical program received Florida East Coast Railway, now plum, we I ,f
E''U shooting. but claim that there were I the heartiest applause. A built from Maytown to the head will have no one but our lonesome property than any other one thing rate in Klssimmee that plain everyday ' 1;
j, y* *o many ducks on ,the lake that. ever Mra Meikle- of Lake Okeechobee. selves to blame when we fail to keep that could be attempted. old-fashioned methods are placed' -
could have filled I piano solo was given by Another thing, and a most important on the shelf and latter day appliances ,'i!
+ the veriest amateur been with the march of .
'i-; of Paradise Island. Mr. Brown This subject has repeatedly pace progress. .. ,,.
I ?a boat with an old-fashioned gyn."Jv'An jon discussed in the columns of the Valley And the time to build this road is one, is the laying of brick on installed \ .. -
Brown ';
I with Mrs. as accompanist, entertained
': large number of !| and not wait until trade is Stewart avenue from Church street This fact was exempHiledahis\ : wee'k'by r;
_ with violin solo, while Miss Gazette, and it should unnecessaryto now, our i"tA'
fowl a Stewart j the State Bank when that institution l.Jt.t..
to Broadway. has
/.water of almost every variety the diverted and before avenue
into detail again regarding our companies gone
l \ I' vocal solo, both of which were received advantages
the tales brought to of the important thoroughfares office for use, of- that of1ficlal ij j': \
tfV .nd many are simmee if this road of eleven miles and lay iron. J
with such insistent applausethat
%: &his city about the number killed, but I of the city. Six brick business houses in handling the large volume of ,\ ..Jtj
rea'far,, none have reached the markS encores followed. '- -. ---'- --.--- -_..- have been erected, all of which have j correspondence at this season of the, -f.t! . "oi
taken t
? Jr. last 'Next Tuesday night being by I been rented, and are, or soon will be, year. t U.. :
Clay "i
et by Capt.
I old Santa to I
_> :' from DONEGAN
A ; the Columbian Quartet, the Chapter able of presents GEIS "
tn; season, when he killed twenty-seven I occupied by substantial firms. On the The dictaphone .is composed of threemachines. "
(House wilt not be open. the little The main machine J 't
w ucks at one shot collars avenue is also the ladies club house, resent !, !
I such handkerchiefs, ,
r ;A large number of parties outfit scarfs, table as covers, etc., are the GREAT OVATION which is( visited daily during the winter bles somewhat a phonograph' with 7. ..."j'.r'' r
hunt the months a large number of cylinder and tube which ''to-y r. .;
Mere season to on
every of the Christ '
of the ladies ,
BAZAAR handiwork and being
[a:lakes. and prairie, and in'every instance LADIES :; Ion church, and their fineness of strangers, a well paved street; speak! the sound words recorded jt f : : ;
_ meet with good success, which Klsiimmee would add greatly to their convenience on a roller the same as is used la 'a'e',. : '.
j bears out our claim that Kissimmee A GREAT SUCCESS work ladies is excel evidence with that the needle.our I FROM PEOPLE OF SANFORD AT i UH well as be pleasing to the. eye phonograph. This roller when' the, ; ; i''"., .. '

l- i."Still entitled to the distinction ofwbeingln display is simply A LARGELY, ATTENDED speaker has finished Is placed in'an'J: : 'J," "
; The plants. .
: potted which resembles '. ,
other machine
of the best hunt- 'I".
the'center '
r ; especially the ferns, and I MASS MEETING. i
typewriter and the operator fits OK a .
of State. i STUDENTS TO \
ting.section the HOLD
I it must have brought forth many aheartache -- headpiece the same as -a telephone'' . !:
1.-', ,';' CHAPTER HOUSE .THRONGED. ) when they were carried operator then presses 'a; pedal with 1 i I" '

URt SYRUPMADE': WITH PEOPLE TO SEE. THE \ from their owners homes to be sold More than the usual number of A MOCK TRIALThe her foot and i the machine begins to' 't+ ,,h ",,':
; though the cause were ever so worthy.: honors have fallen to Senator ArthurE. roll out the'w.orda'recorded from the :;
-BEAUTIFUL' DISPLAY. These plants are placed in such position Donegan since his election the latest -' speaker's voice when .the t,.operator ,
L FROM:(GREEN ',QNEf4 : as produce the best of effects'' being by the good people of Sanford transfers them to paper with her tpye: r .
JY lending a charm to the entire decoration in mass meeting on Monday students of the .,ceola' High writers. ,The 'third machine* used ;JJ
e ,, '" Stt the Chapter of the house. School will hold ,mock'trial in .
-- 'The bazaar give night. a the for shaving the rolls -that is',the, indentions i
'' NJEwtEDEN'. House by the ladle. of. the Christian I The ladles in charge of the bazaar Senator Donegan, accompanied by auditorium on the night of December ,made by the needle in-,recording I
> ; PLANTATION'IS'w' church opened yesterday at noon and state they-are receiving the'' most libieral P. A. Vans Agnew Lewis O'Bryan, D. 20, the ease being for breach of prom, -the sound are shaved .off and<< "I ?

'".' IBB. PLACED: 1-t'- LOCAL will' continue' until tomorrow: night patronage. Attha close of the I G. Wagner* and J. J. Griffin left by) ise.' These',young men and ladies' the roll made', perfectly. : .smooth for"; : -r.'
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,,,. From the time of opening until late bazaar Saturday night the artldes're, I auto on..the afternoon of that date have won considerable applause in u.e'sa stin. v, .!..
.no" ,STORES, FOR,8ALE.' at night th. house was thronged with meaning on hand will be sold at .auc for that city, in answer to an invitation their past efforts to entertain our It is a great ,Invention.'and" , to l a ,", : 'v ,

.I: *I, '' ,'..".......--\ ladies,'' and; many sales> of valuable tion. to address a majs meeting calledto people and in this jnstamto :the/ havea great, time) saver:. .
| I articles were made. discuss the,question of, countydivision. splendid field to display,their talenU. .
iii.-jVrher '\'ls'hardlyJ'a? 'person>> who;"has, The, display consists:< in;,the' main Mrs. :E*. Glbbs,.and (1'uidlMlla"South for any length of of such delicate articles ;y as milady arrived In''the i city i yesterday,,I.from : greatest ovation of his life, every one by the time the' trW takes place they spent lastwinter' here, arrived in 1: sA: ". ., ,"/ ""
time i bu'ha.., developed II;fond.4MU'j ;her boodouv but there are Plttsburgv Pa.:, and will 'remaintitliiiite'.pring. present at'the meeting: taking part in will be'' perfect In their parts*," *, the/city this week.from.: China* Maine, ,band -

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I We have fifteen lots to offer al: your price in the Waters and Carson Addition, fronting on Vine ,:;

: Street which is paved with brick. We will also offer a very pretty little residence that fronts directly on t l

Vine Street. We will also offer about fifteen lots in Carson's Addition, only a short distance away. T(

THESE LOTS AND THE HOUSE are going to be told at the price you name and on very easy terms. One-third cash, balance in three quarterly payments, deferred pay- : ,

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Every white person present will have equal opportunity to secure the gold, regardless whether you are a bidder, buyer or mere spectator. Just be there. v
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FREE CARRIAGES will leave the business center promptly atU n. m. on Fie day sate.--Everybody invitedto-tdketheidetuand: "' from theTaler -

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REAL ESTATE VALUES in Kissimmee have been on a steady increase and we believe the lots we offer will jump up in value as rapidly as other property already has in :

Kissimmee. The tale of these lots will be confined to white people only, and a special invitation is extended to the ladies to be present. Be on hand promptly. -I"

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I For Further Particulnrs, cull on or uddreMS J. A. THOMPSON, Special Representative, cure irnyntoiie Hotel, KisHilUanee, Flu. It ["

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I mee, accompanied us down to the weather and some of my rheumatism. for their lines were very long and the ---, .. . '-.-._ t '.
; OUR:: FRUITFUL SOIL i I prairie and I want to say that Mr.:I I.have read some about your locality, parts difficult to carry out. "'
; i Sharp mows how to handle a hungry and think that will be my destination "E. l layer; who took the,part of J NOTARY_ _.. :_PU. BqQ ; :
j crowd of land men while they are on band I would like to get some of'the I Ambrose, the old man was very attractive JJiSURANCgDOWNIMfa ,
' AND 'PERFECT CLIMATE the boat. Mr. Hixon, the manager of prices,of living and on the lands. in his role, and delighted the ', '< I'I
I the demonstration; farm, is a fine fel Also would like to know what i.1 audience ,with his superstitious say- I .1''iF *' ', :F. A. STROUP .,
low. lIe was always ready to answer I your population of the town ings. 'with .: .
I all questions and we' had a thousand what per cent of whites; also how "Misses Sophia Lockhart, Sebelle1 .
i| and one to ask. We found the prairiea high above. the ocean. And what is ,{ Smith and David Lockhart. aa the HEAYTY COMPANY ; ',:
AIDED BY-THE VALLEY GAZETTE little wet as they had very heavy I the timber principally, and soil '1 I old ladies, took their parts in theI Roome 7 and 8 Over "State' Bank of kie 1 ..lmmecKISSIMMEE. 1
rains a few days before, but I found Thanking you in advance, I am, I most graceful manner The seven FLA t'
the prairie better than I expected.The Yours respectfully, I daughters of Ambrose were Misses !
crops and trees on the demon- I GEO. II. CAUGHELL. I Ethel Overstreet, Maude Pugh, Pauline MARRIAGES PERFORMED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH !
ARE INDUCING THOUSANDS OP stration farm were looking fine andI I Nuckolls, Lois Overstreet, Fanny 'Special Kates '; '
,, PEOPLE FROM THE NORTH had the pleasure of calling on Mr. Tucker, .Mona Curry and Helen Can- /foliday of fl us 4.: ; ., ;;,
Thomas,, two and a half miles south ICE ning. u/iiWVrPE".M1 kinds of Legal P'P'De l'
Mortgage., '
1 Contracts
'; AND WEST TO COME TO I "Mr. Richard the : 4 :,
e of the farm There was about 26 of Yowell as Peasant | more important in
THIS SECTION. us in Mr Thomas orchard at one HOLDS MEETING handled his part with ease and have one's business affairs than to .'
I your properly drawn. t
papers i
time. Mr. Thomas told us to eat all I in such a manner that would make I':
the oranges we wanted. His orchard 'some of the professional performers I We also examine Abitracts Let u. pant upon the title of your ,
was loaded. Then he said, "men I sit up and take notice. proposed purchase it may Rave you a great deal of trouble later. M'1'
Y There is DC denying the fact that nil .your pockets." I will always remember ELECTS OFFICERS AND HEARS I I I "The Three Brusie Sisters deserve .
advertising of any character is good l Mr. Thomas. FLATTERING REPORT OF especial mention, they giving their.
mono I And I should have stated before I services gratis. ,
that Mr. J. A. Barclay of Sioux City, YEAR'S BUSINESS, "Taken as a whole, this was the best I --- \
't .returns, great big return., the home 1; la., agent for the Hunter Land Co., I amateur performance ever given in !. ," ", I
paper is far and beyond the best I was with us. Yes, he likes oranges Orlando, both financially and other- '" t;
It medium to employ when you want to too. The stockholders of the Kissimmee wise." '
t get your business before the public, i,, I had bought-a small tract of landin Ice and Cold Storage Co., held their DO YOUR HOLIDAY t
and especially U this a fact when ap- the prairie for my son, which I annual meeting on Monday in the Germany's Roads f in Africa ?,; ,
r plied. to si* municipality, .or county '{ am well pleased with, for it i is the fin- office-of the president in the State I The Germans are doing a great : "
When a person.desires to move to l est prairie that I ever saw. No man Bank building.The road-building work in Africa, and at SHOPPING BY MAIL f) :, : i
I certain locality, the first thing he | will make a mistake that buys landon Treasurer, N. B. Carson, made no distant date the possessions of the -
does is to get In touch with the local the Kissimmee prairie either for his report which showed the businessto I country in the dark contlnnt will be I ...
paper, for he know that it will more i i a home or investment, as one man be in a most healthy condition, and in touch with other by motor routes. ;
accurately tell him of the prevailingconditions f said, "the climate was worth $100 the outlook. i is exceedingly flattering A ReepoasiUe House which bat the .best merchandise .in the world. all: ,,
, I I such as climate healthful- per acre." tot a still more prosperous business FOR RENT signs for sale at this V
ness, soil and the character, quality Yours truly, during the coming year. office 10 cents each.FRESH serve you as well by mail as i. persen. Such a loose is :A; a i I ?
and quantity of the different fruits, I W. PETTINGILL. The old board of directors, with the ; .
vegetable and field crops grown, exception of J. W. Miller, who stated F
than a circular or pamphlet issued by Waterville Minn., Dec. 10, 1912. that it would be inconvenient for him
n private company or corporation.: i to serve longer were elected. The
Harris Editor Gazette ORE
W. B. Valley W'SStationery
The letters below, which are taken Kissimmee, Fla. board is now composed of the follow- EVERYDAY
1 from a number of like nature received I ing stockholders: R. T. Butler, N.
6 ", every week at this office, show that Dear Sir: I see my subscriptionto B. Carson, J. F. O'Berry, C. A. Carson .
the. gentlemen are seeking and will the Valley Gazette ha. expired, so F. H. Lawson, A. Rose and W. I
'. accept the statements of the Valley enclosed please find postoffice order B. Harris.The Book and Art Store '
It be ,
; Gazette as'facts.Falrfleld I for another year. may some office of secretary, which has $ ':
time yet till we get there. We have been held the past year by W. B. New Tomatoes .. r.
cliosed out our business here, have 45-W West Bay Street .
Harris, combined with that oftreasurer. Jacksonville ,
was FJeri ':
NeD., Nov. 25, 1912. our real property and some live stock J'
Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, I to dispose of yet, but hope to be When the meeting of stockholders i New Lettuce
':4 I Kissimmee Fla. : through so as to start for Kiasim- adjourned; the board went into session We Guarantee Mail Order t. Give Satisfaction. f'; ,
Dear Sir: I have just received two mee some time during the winter. and elected the following officers New Cabbage "
copies of your valued paper' of Nov. Fine crops in this country this year to serve during the year 1913: President Novelties hi Leather, Silver, Brass and Parisian Ivory
& Many thanks to you. of.all kinds. I feel thankful that we R. T. Butler; Vice-Prestdent, E. New Radishes Pictures To' i
I had the pleasure of going down once more have a President of the L. Lesley; Secretary-treasurer. N. DoBs, Gift Books, Cal Glass, Fine Stationery,, Mab.I' I
to Kisiimmeo last United States. Four is a long
January on one years Carson. . B'I
a. ,,, ,of the Hunter Land Co. excursions.i time for a great people like we have New Potatoes Send for Catalog Today. y.l"I e e606t ,
..After leaving Kansas City the weather here in the United States to be with- -- ,'
was Sr...' I Arrived at Kissimmee out,a real President In the chair, yet "THE: UGLEST OFSEVEN" 4yj ,
January 18.. at 11 p. m.. I found the we perhaps can stand it until the I NICE LOT FRESH .. ;
Ciraystono hotel a fine place to stop i fourth of March.
a, .but aa the Hunter, Land Co. housedtheir My Cassette travels all over two COMEDY SALT MACKEREL There U no doubt about the Gazette advertising columns ,
'1 men at the Central hotel;I stopped .. or.three counties. I give them, out !Ii results. The progressive business pr duciac.Yi
man always >
there'th. most of the time.I and they are pawed along. Had a : "t.SHAKER--,- them, freely.;V,,!
,found tXiasimmea to be the finest'lit* letter from Brainerd a few days ago, A PLEASING FARCE COMEDY .,
tie, city-of-its also.that 1 ".1',_wOn two hundred miles north of this, front BY :;
January 20 about sixty land men a, friend.' I have 'been sending him ORLANDO SOCIETY PEO .
of,ue went down the Kissimmee riveron the paper' occasionally. Here i Ii averse PLEAT PASTIME TONIGHT. BANANAS *
the Hunter excursion boat.A Jolly in his last letter to me: 'Merrill-Stevens Company' "} J
crowd"we......... ,The day was fine I am sitting here with spirits low. r Fruits ;
,$ and aa everyone said this 1s the finest, I curse the frost and damn the snow. The Dtam Uc club of Orlando, assisted HomCrown Have "
trip of my life. As Mr-' Qamgardnerof Yours truly, by Miss Helen Canning, of this a State wlfle,reputation tor the quantity and quality l
BI.d-Ialand. ;-Minn. said& be would ORANGE DURAND city, will,give The Ugliest ()J Seven," of work -done.- Expert Mechanics sent out. Oeneral.Blackt: I v
five -91,000 If his wife could a, farce 'comedy;, at the Pastime tow ::
c be then and see thel sights as we were 102 Wellington 8t', St. Thomas, night., In, speaking:of the -perform- ;flan & DannGRO smlthing and Repairing. J Beams, 'Acetylene 9...:Welding "
golnc, down the river. .Tbs,'Hunter Ontario,.CanadaDec.. 6th 1912.;: ance given-in Orlando. the'Reporter-: . : i White Mahogany' ) Cypress and Bother;Hardwoods *
Land Co. auto were at.the landing, Th. Gazette always lrt I '
Valley Klasimmee, Fla. Star say*i ? v,!, stock.Qeneral: Machine ,
'l- t j.1J. ,:andtookus.' to tbeIr'dellJOutra-1 Dear,Sir 'Will you please'sandme "The.Ugliest'of Seven was n- great.uccen : .work:; Boat; Construction anrfi'pairs. .
';. \ tion'farm.; Arrived there,,.,about 11 a sample copy of/your newspaper, .. Mis Ethel Oventreet and .:C :ERS. '; ; :Engineers, and Contractori. :Correspondence'aOu
'".1rt , ; "? as I have sold alma and talk Mr.'J'oe Ferris leading,
Po- .jpj my .am characters
";:,., 1:.,Mr...Bh.rp-t6.', m&ugar, ;,of: the, lag of going' Florida, to Invest in charmed the audience the entire Dar gtorc a.d Broadway .600 ... 954 EuiBa 'St, ;. JackWrmV. FI IJ'y'
Qawl\ r..t. 1m.1D1.. a, .aiwf get ridof t' thiseold play.Theydeserve:; rape .. . . ,
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Is Sent Complimentary y 4 .-0: making: eight Young Peoples' and one { I It2 i,
For, :Month Ending De 2, 1912. 4.; Junior society thus \far paying their r
k 0 -, 4 year' assessments. ,. "':." \\o. ......i; ; I '
0040000000,0.00400'44Flr.t 1 Several papers including the Even ?' ,. .; ..;, i rfi
Parties receiving this'paper, who are not' lug Record, ofst. Augustine; areheping .
Grades I : Santjt Claus in a sunshiny '''
regular:"subscribers;mutt not think that it U''; A Division-Henry '_ .Ilinger. /t..,. way among the poor people of their

the' intention 'of'the publisher to later' demand cry Williams'.Bass,* Thomas Vanotha Quirk Churchwell.,. Hulin Leslie, Snyder cities.' .It are II aiding good to; them'know in that such manycitdaenq endeavor , > .,."".,.t"'",,. ."*.,,.{''!J''!...". ,11'1

.. ,of them,the subscription: price, .. it, 'is Virginia FanslerCarrie( Bell to make it a bright holiday for *r.p. r. ,
h : ,." Hansell,' Leona 'Jones. Eula 'Jones, the 'children. .* Your .BrandAA ? ,
mailed to them ,complimentary by our'Boardof ,'. Annie Ruth McLain. Mabel Weidler, Missionary statistics in' the C. E.'' .. .
Bertha Wets. World the first this ' '
fi J for Sunday month,
; County Commissioner. for the, purpose. B. Dlvl.ion.clyde Harris, George were most, interesting. Among them .

,acquainting them with the many advantage McAdoo,. Fred. Evans, R. D. Thomas were noted the following:, ."There are - '- J'I.Ii,
,a Reuben Bass Eddie' Basal; .Elmer 7,000 missionaries furnished\ by North '
,W and opportunities this. town. and county offer Sch'elk.rtn1hard. : Canning, Marguerite America- :,' and'9,000 from'Great Britain 1i.,, \ VOU take, a 'certain ,
w. Duke, Helen Wilcox,.Katherfne ?, with>those,from other Christiannations ', ',' \JL ,, .
e" the hotneseeker.: The.>PapertiwW be,.mailed a t Miller, Marie Ogram, ;' Floribel make together a total of 21- pride in shipping,
Bass, Alice Buzz'a, Mildred r'iruhline! 000 sent to 'spread the light" ''Twelvemillion' \ '
few week to person whose is under I
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; any name given Janet Graves, Lucile Griffin; Lena dollars were given last, year < [ , ,your ,
us,and if they should desire to receive it regularly Harvey, May Winn, Madge Rrivers, in America for foreign and about the brand .. You, are careful I '<*. ,-i
Annie Story;' ,Rachel Yates, Charlie same amount for home missions, ,
,r?' thereafter, 'we would,, be glad to put Bass ,Great) Britain gave- 'eleven million, t'p see that the fruit,
t Second Grade.A with a total for the world for foreign f
them on our subscription list at?the regular Division-Vera missions This "up
Gilbert; Eva ; 27000000. seems runs to certain
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w rate S Sessions, Margie Wheeler,. Naomi I a great deal of money but its_, use was J : ,
Starling, Dorothy Satterfield, Blanche I spread over such a great territory 11 at I p. standard of >size. 'and
Churchwell Leroy Bass Kenneth. that it'was, not near what was really !a
Bronson, Lewis ,HirUel. Eldrid Flint i needed.,, '* quality We', take the same pride, i in the ii' '
Swan Rose Tony' Soperla, James' Rev J. H. Hunsberger the new '-*'\ tl
. Dietz- Olipio Santiago Jesse Bowen,, City was pleased to find two flourish- production, pt1 ., .
Glen Cain, Bradley ,Breckenridge.B i Presbyterian pastor for Crescent I I<. .?'., '. J.
Division-Robert Buckles, Uly:I ing societies, in his church, althoughit .
; ChapmanJoseph Clements, Albert had no pastor for several month 1' BRADLEY'3,. FERTILIZERS. ,
:A Soine Holiday Bargains $ Devane, Elmer Firestine, Eldridge I before he commenced his service in
Harris Kirby Johns, Plea* Johnson, the'I field. Crescent City is located in 1 'il !,
Donald Kelly, John Lee, Heflin Nick I' Northwestern District of the C. E.
We have several beautiful lots in Eureka Addition with a erson, George Rexford, Arthur Simpson 1 Union. No business .man will ,puts his name

pretty view of the town and lake, htese lots 'are 63 feet wide and Gombs Young, Howard Mattocks, j The Palm Beach County mentionedthe article )he''will ,
death of little Elizabeth, on a poor any more than,
137% feet deep, .excellent high ground with some shade trees. Edgar Rodgers, Johnnie Bronson, ) daughter .. '
Gradys Calkins, Bessie Crafton, Ruth of fir: and Mrs. C. E. Robert., active <
These lots are growing more valuable and will be worth several Davis, Virginia Darn, Ruth Hyde, workers of the Stuart Union society.In on a"' poor check. The 'Bradleyn.amc; $; j/' ;

times the present price before very long!' Mary Kritz, Gaile Ld 4 Londe, Katherine I their card of thank. to friends' are weans and has stood for that ,
j'' We still have several five-acre tracts of land in Pinedale, the I McKay, Anita-Powers, Cora Rutherford these true words. I "There is nothing Duality, (
for beautiful Suburban homes Olive Rutherford, Myrtle I to those in sorrow so beautiful as love I for The
logical place can be purchesed on I 'in thirty: years. Bradley goods are
Savage, Margaret Winn, Dorothy expressed sympathizing words and
",v, terms of half cash, balance on times Price $50 to $75 per acre. I i kind acts." ,
for sale but the Bradley name :cannot be .
? t We have near the City limits a five-acre tract of land with good I Third Grade. This is the message sent from the I '1 at ;

artesian well and four-room house, land partly in cultivation,. I Thelma Sutton, Wjlla Bass, Lily : Sunshine Department to the i1 bought. .- i."" n
Pried $1,000 one-third rash, balance terms to suit the purchaser. Base, Lily Hansen, Lois Little, Norma : just ended Tampa: Kindly meeting j ..
{ Duke, Griffin, Velma Hudson ings to the Conference of
v We have a 20-acre farm owned by a Kansas roan about two : Dorothy Miller, Doris Collins, Doris and Correction, to be held in the' city | Write us today for booklet t mailed, free.., w
+ miles from the city limits with a four-room house, stables, splendid I Nickols, Lucy Lupfer Ruby Oliver, of Tampa December 7-9th. This I|'
artesian well, 8 acres in cultivation; balance in pasture.! Price : Rath Hirtzel, Leah Wilcox{ Margaret message of fraternal good will I
} $1,250 on favorable terms of payment. Lasley, Claud Barnes, Charles Jackson hereby expressed in behalf of i.I' The American..Agricultural Chemical C6, >t f

? 40 acre of land, three miles! from the city limits of Kissimmee, Frank Reed, Joseph Sears, Hor I Florida Christian Endeavorer. Jacksonville Sales Departnwnt, '. , .
ace Dann, Archie Bass, Oscar Bass, I: of our members are yet children, but i .
bout one and one-half acres of bearing orange trees, splendid 8- the '. and ..6. 1 :"L : .II:.. rt'
Warren King. Willie Johnson. majority are real- !. ,__ .nY L .. ,
p r room house, good stables excellent land, half or more in cu-itiva Ion' Fourth Grade. I Izc; the need of this special conference '''
f We want to show you* this farm and introduce you to the owner. A Division 'Ruth Ashton, Ethel you are going to hold. <
It is a fine proposition. II Bass, Nellie Bowen, Carleon Bryan, I The Christian Endeavor Union of
Harriet Buzza, Fern Fan ler, Ha Florida has a Sunshine Department' .
Twenty acres of land, two miles from town, fine shade about "
I Fansler, Verena Fonts, Leida Gaines We believe in "the land of sunshine" i i
the premises, five-room house, small bearing grove in a splendid i Edna Harvey, Lillian Harris, Gladys in weather; it should ever abide in tabllah'll16O;' '- __' ,tut........: Yoerp.ak.r',]
.fruit district) This can be bought at a bargain and on favorable Howell Carmmie Johnson, Alta Kulp, our-words and action. We are very I, ,
terms of payment. I Frances Kritz, Elizabeth Linn, Leona glad that to you has God given the J. S. STANTON & CO. '."'
La Martin, Edith Miller, Irene Pit opportunity of much sunshine making WHOLESALE PRODUCE', :. .
We have 40 acres of land about one mile from railway station, : .
It is of if '
man, Mabel Ploetz, Dorothy Roberta, one your "talents, which, OONSISNM.NYS MEMPI118""EI'i ,
,school and church, five acres of grove, 4-room house, 2 porches, Nellie Schell Lila May Williams, used faithfully, will, like the ones in j N.Olaar : : '
good stables and about half the land in cultJvation. This property Nannie Nickerson. the Bible parable, be multiplied many. Or..naGrap.hu1t" .Q..t.b1. i i1t

i% can be purchased for $3,500 on most favorable terms of pay B Division-Harry Arnold, Clinton times., \'
A'fine I Bass, Clyde Bass, Lytton, Cosens, GRACE A. TOWNSEND. .
K ment. place to extend the grove and do farming and truck- I
Interlachen, Dec. 10, 1912. I ,
Fred Howe, Earnest Hyde, Able John- .
4 ing. : ston, Donald McKay, Carl Rcitlc-l, I ,
We have fine large groves, clock farms, city property and va I Bennie Santiago Bryan Simpson I w. uss nsvisso aoe-noiiv OODS' \. 0".CB"'a.ousvoea. ", I tAN
;, antl.tNrat;, bargain prices Correspondence solicited. Maurice Wilcox, Irwin Witz, Frankie To Raise Cattle In Argentine. HONORABLE RCOORO FOR OVER 2O VKAR \ i
1 Woodal, Clinton Young, Robert Foreign capitalists have asked the j G. G. MoCLINTOCK;
Schmidt. 1 Chilean government for the privilege I j ,
NELSON REALTY COMPANY Fifth Grade. i of entering beef cattle from Argentina Wholesale Produce\ Commission: Merchant'

Over Citizens'.-Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. A Division- Jessie Bowen, Doris understood, with, ,a view to -establishing 918 North Pt...tllt...... PkllaaelpfelS,...: '.+ b!
1 w Dann Lucile Downi.ix .1'..'kite a slaughter bouse Jn the -SPECIALTIES- ,,,
J't' h s . :: Eleanor Graven, .Pearli! fI.f, Pacific coast at Cochamo j:where it is ALL CITRUS FRUIT SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES'' '
man, Cornelia Lancaster, Cnrtnt- proposed to kill largenumbers of cattle IN OR LOTS OB LESS ' ''
ine Kritz, Margaret Lee, Miriam raised on the east slopes of the ; .
: Munger, Percie Oliver, Esther Sies,' Andes and to.ship the dre..ed meat When you start shipping Citrus fruit mail I me.the bill of lading suds; 1
Mattie Stanford Jaqette Sullivan and by-products to European markets I will advance you money on it. Write' for shipping stencil if )'OIIbaVe. < ,
I' f'fjri.'L I Lenore Van Dusen, .Dorothy Wells, direct ,by steamer. none References, :'" All Commercial. Agencies and the trade- M generaL;' t

Ploot Show the Proof".We Price. Rogers. Yours :i3s c.a i"
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: B. Division-Janves Simmons; Harry ': For' Sale '. 4M3-pd ,
Schell, Ulel Woodall, Harold Flint, <
Tot B.... ". Splendid team 'of mares. ,, 5 and"61
i'ttf VI are State Representetives for the Sixth'Grade: year*.'old, well broke, kind and gen-! . . '
I Division-Frank tie; also wagon and double harness. and Citrus Ftnit Land. Delieacles.'or'Sunday& Dinner. _
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: : BEST in PUMPS. GAS ENGINES Bryan, Worth Nickerson Bryan,, Strat- Enquire of Nelson Realty Co., John I No. 462seven and one-half acres 1 will The have ladies sale of the.of Episcopal home church at"Danq :
" J ton Story, Allie May Cummins, Joan H. Payn., 25-tf I: of the best truck and fruit land in a cooking
t' .. 'oi'l,;<'.. I I1* All. Kindr. Stationary and Marine Smith, Mary Tiller Ruth Nickerson, .Kissimmee Park. This land la' in & Donna groc.ry''atore each
Saturday afternoon, the first sale J being >>
': !''tif!!: '. an. Sadie Bryan, Theresa Dietz. Splendid Residence Lot. ; proximity to the lake.. Call on us and held tomorrow, the 19th,' at 2p.' At ;
1 * article offered sale
The for will
f. :, ::Engines Boilers Hoisting Engines Hansen; Willie Joe Lancaster Walter lot, 80x147% feet close to lake. Splendid owner;, you can deal direct with him. be m. specially prepared by the ladies
: ** Kenneth goof This is offered' at-a ;;
i ; Hyde, Osgood, Raymond location, neighborhood. We property great reduction and everything will be first class. A
fy3, i Bearden. are offering this large lot at the from what land in this locality
.''t\' and Carry a General LuicTbf Supplies very I committee of ladies will be in attend.
Seventh Grade. low price of $400 cash. H. M. is selling for. / ance. The sale-is for the benefit of; ) ,
t. % for all Purposes Lois Winney, Beulah McKenzie BREAKER & CO. CO. '
,, j 16-tf 24-tf H. M. BREAKER A the church. '* "
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1: : Christine Ivey, Katherine Jackson i
# : "THE" E. Margaret Stanford, Mary Howell, - . l I I"I
: Gertrude McKay, Ruth Howell, Nonie

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ti 4 \ ::: Lecal and Long Distance. Phone. 4 -Kt plot Evejyn Hirsch; .Lois Johnson, Elsie
V : "y.\a..t '. Dietz, Lynette Hogan, Lena Fields, .;: .,'e. ;
: .. .. Gladys Casler, Edna Calkins, Roscoe
"" Dann, Robert Jackson, Herbert Little.

5S55! ; ; Frank Calkins Ninth, Paul Grade Linn, Celeste I I

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Phone 296 Tenth Grade. '
\dvertising -.
Edna Schweikart..
:t Eleventh Grade. y&* _' ,I
,,- Nellie Calkins. Guaranteed; 'J j :rbe 1 Only.,r" + .. { ,
is saying the'rigbt .thing' Twelfth Grade. Pure, Long Staple *. ,-'t. \ J .. ondedMattreas-; ",
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: : Lacy Johnson.40044400004040040'IO. I' .. v. ,
(" : ,, : Cotton Felt 1 .r'f j; Dea\e\ Uffet..) fi:'a..... *1
at the time .
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t'f: ( ; ) in, the right way *4. .+ + + + +'+ + + + +.+ ++ ++ .4 V 0 The Ghol lStin Saiiitjry. Felt Mattress. : ''

t f i4 + ACTIVE CHRISTIAN + ; 't. If.

q :' ) . literature We make a and aoeelalty conducting'of planning campaigns, preparing for *4 ++ ENDEAVORING.. +*, .4. Is guaranteed; to be the Lest mattress possible; to produce at' any'l'pf- a7' '.

1 .. 1 f ., Land Companies,.Boards uf TradeIIunici- '" + . + .. It made of purest long staple cotton woven into layers of indestructible, i-: '';
" ; Individuals.
.. l i polities and 4 + + + ++ + + + + ++ ++ 0 sanitized fdt. Each' layer'is placed with exaclness one upon the,other:. ',. .' .

!t't'' 0 040040000400440400. 0 so that perfeA uniformity is,.secured. This felt is encased in the;,besltickingUplainslripeor ,.$. ';

;CIENNiREAi1IiADVERTISERS'r ( ; fancy .. .f'., I.t
The Valley Gazette .poke of an active -, r MItt''\., ,.,.r-", '. "

: .. ........TAMPA. of Kissimmee endeavorer whose, Miss sister Emma had Futch been, We agree to forfeit $100 to any'purchaser who'can find other :" Y ',. ;" r',

\ :c.. Itt' . FLORIDAtoaooooaiooooa very ill in Hampton,. but was recov than. staple cotton felt in The Gholstin Sanitary Felt Mattress.h f; t( ..

"I 1 .....,.,_ .___ .,,_ _. _'_ ,ering.-Miss .Clara Hutch,ngai, a useful .Ours is the. 'oldest, largest and best' equipped mattxcss.fac l orypla'th'; \ ,'' i" '

,: >t..:' member Bradentown'of he, is!Presbyterian teaching this societyIn winter south Wo permit,none'but ldll employees to 'make?;*The;:Ghptelin, ,

l,_ i 0tA:/ .,-C.ARs Pn.W.nt NJ :." I., A; CUN visa-1'twWroR o D..,. e.twLQrrER.lS -at Sarasota where we,would likea because, it,is built by hand and requires expert knowledge... ..-. Fx4vgre/ "j-" :' .. 4 t ', new organization for: Christian Endeavor '
We do not renovate or make over mattresses; We'havenofway': : ; <,

,. ,r'.: ; ... ,"" 4'\ll1' \rc" -' tJt1T fib' >\,. F.'t4' wN,,)\' 'e It seemed as if the 'papers nearlyevery' knowing towhat contagious disease an'old mattress may,have bccnex' 'ti'I, '.

i KISSIMMEE :LUMBER CO. boy with one-the printed gun". the aMideb"The' ,.'.posed. We adviseyouto be sure' that the',,facloryN. yhichmakesj'? ** 'tv' 3 x'

iv"J"J , : ,., F. Blackman' president of the'FloridaAudnbon ,.. your, mattress is sanitary. In addition to ,supplying,, our : --
.society .A;few years "'ago. '
1' : Band of:; Mercy organizationsorrajacontmitteej&.the ""' cuslomers the bc 't mattress'poSsible' to make.' "AVO;safeguard-

\ .I '' ,, ;;: Junior Endeavor: '.. :: -their:: ,h a1th: \J.: I. i
io;, 1.1. '*t Routh and Dressed'a, Society, were' popular in' this State.., r' ;
The Gholilfh will down '
... .J"J "k.i ; never lumpj,pack or' ;
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- Union has
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,kind of bird : become hard. Given an occasional bath
never; worn' any ? plumage ""GlIori': sun t
\ ; \ : on her hats since she was a memo a'generation.. '" ....
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F r PINE: LU; BET y. ber of'a Junior C, E. Band' of, Mercy. "f.. !: ; i: ,, r ,.
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I :; our teacher: Ask your dealer He should l able' .
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,:' "Jo t. ;.; I. riTintf:post:: card" 11j'BecrbY"1le".aelt; -: lO8urr-ou}! : QiwnleJI! .
iILS J her'asiiitant teachers ; and several ; r i rt131AMITART
{; .:t. w/-,. lUQ.U5E') ', I< : pupils in the school.f'Th1: : : was a''greet** :r', IGhoIs1IIi-C1nninghesl{ Springbcd L'0.: i
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)OCI a ooa a It a ha is/in a- flourishingcondition. ... "f'ik f V. n'1 ".,.,.,....,.. -,
The,West Tamp; Congregational/ .
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g .TO ANNOUNCE: TO THEIR. FRIENDS' that they han moved 1 1.acro. ,

.BEG ..' the*street ,isto 'the' aew W'atg' Building, We will I DANGER! WARNING! DANGER! OF] TITLE' ; .
be have
pleated t* you visit, 'as in our-new. quarter, ,
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'. ;' .Orange Growers,, Dealers and Shippers ofFiorida'i: to :
Consult our;list, and should you fail, to find l therein the kind "--.-'-- '"

J r of property yon regnlre,cap on or write us and we will take pleasure Lands in Osceola CountyFurnished

in looking lip',ucla property a* you desire. Monday morning, December 16. there will be more than 3,000' cart of ,\ J

Florida citrus fruits in the United States on' track and rolling. by '

YOU CANNOT. MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY FLORIDA At the there will be in the hands ''
same time<<; as many or more cars .
y LAND WELL LOCATED. I of the wholesale and retail dealers in fruits. R. G. JOHNSTON "i'\ 4

rf When you see, any property advertised by us you can rest assured I The daily consumption of citrus fruits in the United Stales is 500 cars

I ; dial. it is not Low, Flat Land subject to overflow.: We do nut) under favorable circumstances. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT

.list.that. kind of property, neither do we offer/ it Therefore on Monday morning, December 16. there will be rolling andon. ...

track, and in the hands of dealers twelve days' total supply for the entire Prices; of Abstracts arc Governed by Statutes of

consumption of the United States without making any allowance for the I the State of Florida .
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California,that have moved and are moving. '

We have some' of the best Orange Groves in Osceola County listed with I If every packing house in the State of Florida will close down Satur-

I,n', as'follows. :, One,twenty-five acre grove, one fifteen acre grove, one twelve I II day night., December 14, and remain closed for two weeks at the end of that

i I'nor grove;,'one tea acre grove; two three acre grove and one two acre grape time the entire Florida orange supply of the' United Stales will be practically i k

t t t'rro"'' All of tlaeao'are first class 'groves, which can be purchased at exhausted, and all houses can start again on Monday (December 30,

.reasonable] prices and on easy terms. We will introduce you to the owners and will find a ready sale for every orange that they ship, at $1.75 to $2.00 -MlFERTILIZER -

...d.let you deal direct with them. I If :I a box fob, cars and .grapefruit at from $2.00 to $2.50 a box f. o. b. I'I :
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z No. 301i.-An attractive home in No. 4J:!!>-Laige lot on which is lo- I cart packing houses. I'' \ '
Pinedale. This property is just outside I rated one seven-room and one three- If, on the other haled, with the dealers amply, supplied and this enormous ( IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS ; i ?
of house. Large house lighted
city limits on high ground room is
I December
House la'two-story and contains eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen ii I II amount of fruit on track. Florida continues shipping

rooms, all plastered and hard oil finish i I sink small house also has sink and I 14, there will be such a congestion of fruit immediately following Christmas Distinctive Quality Counts For at Much in Fertilizers a* Any
two porches, fine well and large toilet. We will Sell\ thin property as I
the markets will down the "red ink" rapidly, and there will Likewise Hat Its Value.
barn This house is located 01a five- a whole or separately. This property that| go to point Other Article. Efficient Service
acre tract, with beautiful view of the iris well located will pay 10 per cent., I be no more sold even at the low prices than as if you had maintained them I :
and lake. Land is adapted to citrus in investment if rented. Price of l oth
;t fruits and trucking. This property I houses, $2,500. I II and the market will be disorganized to such an extent. that the entire month : : FAVORITE [ FERTILIZERS | } fir

can be had for $3,300 on very i of January will be wasted in getting straightened out.
No. 4"54: Fine tract of 40 just
favorable terms. Will introduce customer The Florida Citrus Exhange desires to call, and hereby does call on : ell at low The differ- ( '
v .to !owner; and let them deal di- short distance beyond city limits on are made to give results not to a price.
feet, Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid every factor in the fruit deal in this Stale whether he be grower, broker, con ence in the cost of a good Fertilizer, 0\er a cheap one will more
high school, churches and market.
dealer, to help relieve this situation and prevent the utter than be made up in your yield. '
No., 309-Splendid new six-room Price $30 per acre. Terms on part if tract shipper or I detail always,
hIde promptness
house, just Inside city limits, fine deep desired annihilation of the market for Florida fruits. Careful attention to every (
customers'wishes have helped to
;. well, ot contains two acres of ground I I and a high regard for your ,
z good new barn, wagon and buggy No. 471: .-We have two oight-ioom Florida is shipping the finest fruit this year she has ever shipped, and I make us and our famous Fertili/er the Favorite brands in such

r. sheds, all under good new fence FinefnramalLtruckJarden houses, suitable for looming or board. if you will all join us in this move, you can every one of you make good great demand. '
.. location .. | or ing purposes; they have electfTe lights I I '
poultry ranch. This Is a tine proposition 1 vvatet -and-- ewor-oomuK-Uoua, located money for your citrus crop. If we cannot get the co-operation of all factors a

,' where you will have the free in' splendid resident section ('all onus in the State we are utterly powerless to stem the tide of-dlsl''Sl. that t*. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER I I COMPANY
'' dom of the, yet close enough and we will show them to you. The
prices are reasonable, t to enjoy all the advantages of the "
city: such as splendid high school best I Any man or factor who in the face of this warning moves fruit betweenthe I' Chemicals. Insecticides Special Miirares. : ift
No 381 --A 20-acre tract located on -
markets, churches, etc. Price $1,500.
,,.I marl road, two miles from depot on I I5lh and 30th of December is an enemy to the grower, and an enemyof '
No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city St. Cloud road. Property has good of all his : J. M. LEE, AgentMllllliillHHIMIMIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIIiUM.
and ,
the industry, worst own enemy. '
limits, on the Orlando hard road. Landis house and three-acre orange grove in
,cleared fenced and ready for the bearing. This grove will yield from Gentlemen will you co-operate with us;? We would like every operator :

v( plow., The elevation is high, suitable 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each this State who moves from three cars of fruit up to communicate with us I Il
t for citrus fruits and truckln,:. This year. Sufficient land cleared and in
-- property will soon be available for cultivation to increase grove to twelveor l promptly, by letter 4f by wire, charges collect notifying us of his intention I

resident purposes, as the city is expanding fifteen acres, and at same time can I to support us and stand with us in this endeavor and would be especially .
rapidly. A bargain at $1- be yielding any garden truck .
200.00. desirous of hearing from Chase & Company. Crutchfield & Woolfolk the -- --
n If in search of property deaired.\\ --- - -- I -
I J No. 459.-Five acres inside city, bring results this fall, I North American Fruit Exchange and the cleared, fenced, plowed, ready for while extending new grove, !
r cultivation. This tract is near-the gate this. This property is convenient DeLand Orlando and Leesburg. i Seed Irish Potatoes ? ;

1 r c. Aultman farm, on high ground. $I,. to town, has marled road on one side, I Gentlemen, will you help us to help yourselves?
000 takes it. i one end. Price $4,200. '

v -I .Respectfully yours, I II I I Choice Selected Stock ; r


ff :Here's. the opportunity to buy homesites 'in the newest and 1 best located I Improved Rose No. 4 flit t

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,;. PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street. verlooking I

'the City and Lake, and. is bound to became tone of, the bet-resident subdivisions Advertisement.. W. C. TEMPLE, General Manager.SENATOR DIXIE 41'XI

; in lissh imee. This'i.'where the birds sin\( and not t where the frogs .------- WRITE: FOR PRICES.Let .

r r croak.. Lou 'are'high and well 'drained.:' :This addition,, planned for people I the assessor's books he proved quite Us Send You Our Booklets Entitled
to all however .
t: who appreciate'high' elevation pure air and fine views and Want enough land DONEGAN i:jt;conclusively may have appeared to the Senator Irish Potatoes Florida Vegetables) e eI

to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect- sell all there lots 'that any division of the county is unfair I I USE .k

1 this winter. Call arly and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per GOES TO ORLANDO :.\ sired, ill by advised many citizens and positively and probablya not de- I

lot on easy terms of payment. majority within the very lines of IDEAL P'ERTILIZERSI .

r. o- the proposed new county. I
lie assured the Senator that. if the
Best and
I {' LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. INVITED TO ADDRESS CITIZENS'ON I meeting had been advertised a meet- I CheapestWILSON
such hall could accommodatewould
Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga. ing have as no resulted. lie outlinedthe &: TOOMER FERTILIZER CO

;, We have nice' high lots near the lake which we are offering at prices plan for a possible separation and JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
1 bj that are attractive. See these lots get! our prices and terms on them before QUESTION OK COUNTY DIVISION said "if the people of Orange were of

'J i, you decide on a location for a home. I BEING AGITATED IN ,, one mind doubtless the State Legislature but- Local Agent Waters 4t Carson Grocery Co. ;
could separation
'. ORANGE. OPPOSED AT grant --- -- --
'. : No. 474.-We have two four room No. 475.-Close in home. This is the people are not of one mind. We ----- - 4
L p' a nice little house of five rooms and ORLANDO. have one representative for separation
: cottages located on nice high Iota, bath, with modern conveniences, on 'living in Sanford and the other -
73Hxl47K feet'each, within two corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two against separation; therefore it seems

i; : blocks of paved street, In South Kis- blocks of Broadway. House furnished Senator Arthur E. Donegan was ,I the Senator will have more to do in
\. 1! immee. One of these houses is oncorner complete, ready. to move in and begin invited to address a meeting of citizens deciding the matter than any other.It ,
without the is more than a local mattef and
I" e housekeeping/ expenditure of Orlando on Thursday of last
lot. We can offer either of
'j : a of additional money above the week on the question of county although it might be said 'if Sanford '
,;! these home at a very low price, and price which we offer the property for. ion which Is at the present dlvia-I I wants to separate, let her do so,'
1 on easy: : terms. Price $2,200.00, including furniture. ceiving quite a lot of attention in Orange still it is not -for Sanford alone but it R. FLOYD
.L county. It appears that around I I affects the whole )people, and, as under -
? I the Sanford section there is sentimentin I I the law the'majority of the people ft
1 Ff-:' l --SMALL'ARMS----I favor of dividing Orange county, I.I would have no vote and the vote of W
while the lower part of the county, in : Sanford would therefore compel re-
ir No. 47 I consisting of five acres land good new buildings, such as grain houses, tool other enterprising little cities, are :; single chance for self preservation it
g reeroomcottage, barn and; poultry and wagon sheds stables) etc. One very strongly opposed to any division. :: would be unfair and detrimental to Grocer
ho_ This property is only half deep artesian welt and 'r one surface The Orlando Reporter-Star gives I I such sections, as well as to the entire
t 1 mil outside city limits, on best hard well. This land adjoins the finest the following account of the meeting county. Therefore it is right that
road in the county. Splendid place orange grove in the country, growing last week: I I you should understand the situation.
for poultry. Price f 800. on the same kind of land. All kinds Senator Donegan of the district I i The records show that the county mill-
I I of crops' grow encouragingly on this composing Orange and Osceola, was 'I I age is 19 mills, divided as follows: Get our price en
'No. 477.-.Close in small farm. This land and it is the prettiest place fora scheduled to meet the Orlando Boardof I: Eight for roads, 7 for schools and 4
1 splendid property lies Just inside corporate home in this section of the country. I Trade committee on anti-county I I for county expenses. Thus nearly a HAY GRAIN FEED
j limits, on high elevation overlooking There is a fine line of forest trees on I vision Thursday night.It I; third of the revenue goes toward the ,
the city and lake, contains the outside of the fence with a beau-I was supposed that the meeting I; upkeep of court house, jail and similar -
J :. three acres good land, all cleared: and tiful palm inside of the yard, also would be quite informal t and perhaps expenses, and to double the ex- which we make specialty ''ty
under good fence.. Small box house. BOrne magnolias live composed of a few citizens as no pense for the same service in separated -
,i This property is well located for sub- oaks and sever other varieties of notice had been published. counties, would certainly increase ,
,, a? division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrub The word had gone out, however, i j i the burden of taxation. <
party city secures it and subdividesif I bery and flowers. We want to introduce that our enator was to be in Orlando Senator Donegan responded by say fr ;
; into lots. Price $1,000.00. you to the owner of this land .and a most remarkable gathering was ing: "I do not think it time and I
r and let you buy direct. You can buyit held in Secretary .Howard's rooms ,to know you do _not expect me to say
,'No. 471.-A 20-acre home. This I at a bargain and on favorable greet the Senator and to protest i. what 1 shall do. I am in the position
1 splendid property lies two miles north I terms of payment. evidence. Thisis
against county division. .4 fof, a judge hearing
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from town, is practically level, rich FARM FOR SALE. From every quarter of the countywhich the first meeting I have attended,
i dark gray toil with fine chocolate I is sought to be forcibly dlvorc-I although I have invitations to others.I .
subsoil; 16 acres-cleared and in cultivation Located on good road, one-quarter ed from old Orange gathered the represent the Senatorial district, Including Osceola Lumber Co. Inc :
the remaining four acres mile from city limits, good five-room clans end whilst the speeches were i i Orange county, but I do not : i
fenced, covered with a good growth '.ceiled house, large new barn, thirty tempered with rare discretion the represent separate places in the
rl u .f pine timber with some scattering:: acres" of land twelve of which is in representatives from the county precincts ;': county. I assure you. if this I
t oak about 1% acres of'nice young:: cultivation, sixty young orange and filled with indignation at county division had not, started, I 1"
j thrifty grove' ia'bearing besides a i grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach the assumption of Sanford in attempting would not have started it, and if you PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY, "I ;
,.t ,number..' of-flee Japanese persimmon I I trees, some plum and pear trees, one to drag their sections into a new I tan settle it., there is' no danger of its WORKS
bra., peaches, good family horse one buggy, 'one coming the Senate. There are \ ...
oofPei county. up'ln
two kinds I wagon two'aets haroMsi fifty chick The chairman of the committee Col. four months and \ student
yet am a '
grad,..a, few banana The bungs I'ens ten h4ad tools near J.;"N:- radshaw"calleiLthe'meeting-to of-the situation.suuLwill-Hot Act: hjast. _.R ou. glt 1J.4 ]essedrLumber: ,
are. comfortable, but, not of croat Irllal'Y to cultivate place. A bargain at order and' stated that the committeehad ily, and I assure you I will wo k no = M,_
yalue. , consisting of, a box house of I f, Write us for terms.4imr ,
sought meeting with Senator Injury to any part of Orange county. w
1 Donegan at his home In Kisiimmee, There was great applause at the Sash "' '
:' .T fill-in HOMES." but that,Mr. Donegan had kindly] consented conclusion of Senator Donegan'si response Doors, Brick, Lime, Cement
to come to Orlando. at the and all eflt that hi sintention. .. Plaster r' :'
easiest. thing for the committee. la-to_do_thfr..right thing and that he Shingles, Laths.1' \P ;
On motion Attorney Carl Robinsonwaa can be'trusted to obtain the bottom -
H' M. nREAKER&CO requested to address Senator Don facts in. the case before he comes to GENERAL BUILD1NG iV1A'TERIAIa' : v tA,'

'" ,: .. ., egan on the Issues of the .meeting, conclusion, as to his own action. ; :
'- d' which ... accomplished in a comprehensive A. motion of thanks was offeredrto:
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; ., BU1LDWC_ ..' Mj.- ;,", -..j_,<_, .I 1-;, '. ,,.; KISS1MMEE, .. ,, FLORIDA.D IBjfe manner with a tnap of the Senator Donegan)by(Mr. H.,H..Dick* l'1'm<<, Florida' 1 '
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,i" J' RovdH i I Murphree.Words, gt .welcome\ ..-President. A.' A T$.

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j : Purpose of Meeting and Progreafof .. :
Dairying; In Florida--Prof, John ,> "" ; " A"' iid dual detiriaf the. bankwf' . fr... c
I > M. ScotW \ ; services of a institution ti + .
Breeds -of-Dalry-Cattle-'for' *,Florida. .. I.._?_" ::..._._.. _ generally.xads t retty.'treoents.----.-- -r? ,:,',.---. .- U :.:':;h e
I' -Prof. C. L.: Wiltoughby. '" .'' ,f

r /':: I B king' 'I, struction Stereopticon, -Prof.lecture A.'' P. ,Spencer.on -Silo Con I 'Firtt., .SECURITY AND' PROTECTION' FOR DEPQ&TS y . : !1 if ''
i Texas Fever Tick and Its EradicaI ,
I tlon-Dr. E., M. Nighbert. Second-.RETURNS ON FUNDS DEPOSITED
r i Powder Construction and Uses of Dipping ,
/ : _')Vatll-=-Dr. P. .F, Bahnsen. .Third... THE SCOPE OF GENERAL. BANKING FACILITIES : r ri
_Dr. Porter ., '
<'t, .. I i Live Stock Legislation .'
and Dr. C. F. Dawson "
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, i,' i'Ia41.'f; Absolu1elyPure 1' Losses;Dairy, Industry by Caltla
V Ticks-Prof. C. ,L. Willoughby

\ ; : Hie onl Bakin Powder made 1 John Beef M.Rations Scott. for Florida-Prof. .,i, "e.4fter '

Poultry on the Farm-Mr.' Cha. II.- tit....':billty of the Bank lau bee. ascertained .da' .. rvatiV. I"
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i.. "fio.lIr@tQrape: ImPloJIQtt4r Simpson. +
;. "I,',:1,;: I I, The. C:'Handling Fred Ward.of Young: Chick.Mr. .-- --, and wise Caudal policy assured tke. depositor' ka gives bis attention .to tk. 1 :

.- .I '" 1 Relation of Live Stock 'to Soil- mrestmeat pouiUUties; If a'savings acceiiBt If,iate.dtd, 'tie 1. i new.aIst.....' ,. i
i Dean J. J. Vernon. 4
: & Hog Cholera Control-Dr. C. I'. wants as liberal a rate of interest'as'U compatible witk. I sound baakiaf ty.-

Adds -. Dawson. ....
{ Hogs in Florida-Mr. Wn. B. Wil- tern; tkeo lie investigates the. facilities of the. ,bank in re.eraL.N.tanll7..4'' 1
9&T't i.
Heallhfii I! Proto Experiments John M. Pork: Production eeessarily the experienced. banker, wkos coastant, business is to ..yntil 'te,: r.

: ualities Visit. to Stock Farm and UniversityHerd. should be possessed of alecKoical J bowled,*-.bearing, .. all,financial I,topic*.,.
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Forage Crop, illustrated-JMrertor The buk skonld bar at the disposal of H. c.stomer. sack data"tie sail iaI H aaa .J
P. II. Rolfe.WOMEN. +r Ip'/
as i ia required by the inverter. 1. :",, i .

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p package you can usually' be mire contains AND SUFFRAGISTS AT SAME Our claim to your confidence rests on the fulfillment of the above requirements.., r
l BOOSTING FLORIDA fruit just as it left the section Citizens
Bank of Kissimmee is -
which produced it. TIME, DECLARES ,MRS. LAURA safe, sound, conservative .and yet.liberal.'. "
How to Keep Orange Your confidence and patronage is invited regardless of the ,
; FIXE. AT CHICAGO. amount .your:funds, *
IN RECENT FOLDER After purchasing a box of fruit, '
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have it delivered as soon as possible, -- , ;
each orange taken from the box, the forced to treadin i
f ----- The path women are
tissue wrap removed, and the CITIZENS \
oranges their efforts to be declared the B A NK I
| examined. Discard oranges showing equal of men is beset with many .. ,
: A. C. L MAKIN6EFFORT;[ I decay, carefully dry the sound oranges rocks but it was left to Mrs Laura "' .
I with a soft cotton cloth, and place Fixe, business manager of the Chi-
t:, them either on the floor or on a -
Lshelf, with the: --fkniitslose' | together unearth"the\ fact that -bible--plaeea-. '" .,._ ----_.. _.- OEJJSSJA'jME.-
y TO PLACE THE STATES ORANGEy but not actually touching. Fruit so man above woman in all things. Hear ,
LANDS BEFORE PEOPLE i treated wil! (keep perfectly sound for "
what she told her audience at a meeting -
weeks. = := ,.: = -
OF THE NORTHERN PART : in Chicago the other night:
., OF TilE COUNTRY.The How lo Eat to Oranges.The eat an Is "A womaan can not be a conscientious ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. Ps. ident W. A. ?
t; proper way orange' Christian and a suffragist also, SMITH, Gutter.
1\\ to drink the juice. because of man's monopoly of the Directors f' a
An orange that has been on ice all I{ Bible and religion. :
; Valley Gazette is in receipt ofa night cut across as a lemon would I "We can not accept the Bible as a ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President H. M. Pfaaa,'1st Vice Preside
neat little folder which has just i he cut for preparing lemonade, and Divine inspiration because it feature.I .
been issued by the Atlantic CoastLine I then the juice squeezed through a I the male sex in everything almost to .C. W. DANK. ; 2M Vice President '- 4
a that is one of the best little ad- I strainer into a thin glass, makes a the exclusion of the female,' 'she con- A. W. WINN ,
J* vertisements for the Florida orange I I most delicious tonic with which to begin tinued. L IL.COHOON F. W. HILL C D. CARROLL :<*
r r that We have seen for some time. So 1 breakfast-or the juice from a "Man has usurped almost every- Vans Ac Crawford F5
pew Attorney
appropriate does it seem that we reproduce -{ number of oranges strained into a thing in religion as well as every-. -- ,
the subject matter of the pitcher at night and placed in the ice- thing else. .
folder herewith: chamber of the refrigerator, and then "In the Bible that we know Godis 4rre '
served with breakfast, makes a
as a
represented as a man
'The Florida Orange. palatable and healthful start: for the man, the Apostles as, men, and the -
V: A sometimes rough, uninviting day.One angels in heaven as men and in it IuulsIIIIIu , ,.
I looking!!: globe filled almost to bursting dozen medium-sized Floridas women are commanded to obey their ,' ,- .. ,0I -;--.... , ,
:. with concentrated essence of I i (or 1% dozen Californiag), say of the husbands. Suffragists can not accept
the-.spicy dews jeweled raindrops.\, 1 size running 160 to 200 to the box, will the Bible literally as Divine Ineplra1 .- +- '';' ._- '
balmy airs:, and glowing golden sun- I give a full quart of this most refreshing 'E u4
: shin of the "Land of Flowers i beverage. tion."We must see that it was writtenby The Application and Demand for Florida 'Land a
Cannot Be '
Disregard the mere appearance; men at a time when women were i \\
"drink the juice;" you will find it ambrosia This little folder is printed in. colors their chattels. The position given Appreciated By You Until You HaveVisted Our Beautiful
; ) indeed--a food trulf fit for theffoda. and is a neat enclosure for letters women in the Bible has kept ,them : City t
It will attract much attention. ; r V"VtV- 1.I' 1.
t' Delicious refreshing, healthful from their as the equals of ring '.
Invigorating, and a tonic for the and be the means of bringing, many men: The Bile needs revision. It ''f I. : ''n ,' ';", ('rII', J .....j ,( I,,, '
in uirie,. : ;
jaded nerves. is..not up-to-date." I' t", 1",'" ' 'f" 'I' \ ',! ' '., $(. t! "
1 FLORIDA ORANGES ARE BEST; I While, this folder boosts the FloridaI J : : ,:'\ ,.". ',, ', i..;:' !,,> ,, ?'; 1 t.'Jiii'g)J/$\1\ 'c,}i'IiJ wJ, t.!
because I orange it goes a bit out of the regular
They are juiciest-containing from boosting line of the Florida news- 1LARGE SHIPMENTS : ::
40 to 60 per cent. more juice than papers who advocate and talk the
California navels; wonderful resources' of the State by
They are far more highly flavored; taking a sling at the California crop. j THE McKAY"- ll
The pure natural fruit juice is not But when one comes to think of it
thinned out to a shadow by waters there are many facts about the Culi- In order to be in the market for .
ti of artificial irrigation-nature's irrigation fornit proposition brought out that the holiday! trade, an exceedingly : :
t and the results of sunshine, I would he interesting reading to even heavy shipment of citrus fruit i is being (,' Z' " ,
"0:0: dew; and balmy air cannot be successfully 1 the most enthusiastic Florida l booster. made daily from all Florida : ,
: imitated by mere man's substitutes I --- !I.points, and Klssimmee is fully hold- ?
' REALTY CO. : :
therefor; NOTICE. 1 mg her own in that line. Our pack- 1': i-
They are grown nearer the average There will be a Christmas tree and ing houses are running full time with
point of consumption, hence fresher; program at the Whittier school house j all the force they can handle, and the I ,
,( They are thinner skinned; |II Friday evening, December 20th at dozens of packing houses in the :-
The Florida standard package is | seven "o'clock. Everybody cordiallyinvited I groves surrounding are using every Wholesaler and Retailers of I 4 I, N'
16 than the California. 1 to come and bring your presents I. available man that can be employed.The I -_ .
FLORIDA Is the natural home of A. R. MORROW Principal. fruit in this section is extra '
,the orange aa thousands of acres of I I fine this season, both as to quality' ( 1
Timber ..
r 'Wild natural groves testify, -it is a Scraper-Mop for Dishes. j and flavor and the prices are holding and ;
, $ :forced product in California a creature To lessen the labor o fone featureof I up fairly well, which fact is due in a "' ,,'s J+ 4, s
of commercialism and artificial- housework, there has been invented I. large measure to the efforts of the f:l:; j
,, ,. 'a combined implement that scrapes i Citrus Exchange r fruit :. '
'J . The best way to buy oranges is i by | one side of a dish and mops the otherat off the market as well. as not to over- Lands :
I the, ,box. The original unbroken the same time. stock the market.' Timber

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*, ,J EVERY- FRIDAY 'HOLIDAY ATTIRE, JOBS SECUREFOR ., ..:; "--"Tr, ,. .'---,,,;:-,, """' ;'- ,......--=: '. _o --.-_._ 4.:2: ;: ,,

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a I , OSCEOLA, _CqUNTY'rj'''I BEAUTIFUL WINDOW DISPLAYS. .:" .....:::; ;, ___ : '!';; O>I"I'' .-r- .--".. ;-','-'--'..--..-- --- .. ..,...1!.__._..o . ',: ',.' ..'..ft" ....
r' 5 FLORIDA. 50,22floSTMtSTER'' . .
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.- A ARRIS .. Publisher.communications. ". :e .1
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except from . .
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merchant outdoing
are .
ithorUed correspondents must TO RESCIND THE
r ed by the writer this season In the way of real de- I ORDER-LOCAL OFFICES ._ .'. I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I + I-I IIIIIM II't: i
coratmg.their show windows being I ,l''
Never before have such
works of art.
Jetted matter will not be reEntered '
stocks of goods been offered the pub- .
it .d unless called tor. ,::
lic, especially in the manner of
things suitable for Xmas gift KATZ'SWe
d' f
', ; at in Kis- Wnen one goes into Cole's or Katz'sor The recent order of President Taft j
r ,'fsimmee, Fla., as second-clan: mail
Stanford's Ross the
or or has made secure jobs of 50,222, !'
.matter."t .
Graves or the Psceola Hardware Co. fourth class "
postmasters, in placing
'f -:-:- -x--
of the
or in fact any stores alongBroadway ;
FRIDAY Y, DECEMBER 13, 1912. ,, it only makes you wish them under the civil service service

{t you were kin to a Rockefeller pocketbook regulations.! -

0000444044004008000 In Osceola county this order will are the sellers ofSanty's
K. DeWitt Brown has a most attractive -
1n J// O 0 effect every poatoffice with the exception :
Christmas window at I
t : O We've Quit Running; 0O I music store' on Darlington avenue. of the ones at Kissimmee and Gifts

Were Just Flying. 4M No necessity to leave Kissimmee St. Cloud. ,

+ 0 O 1 I to buy goods of any character. Theyare Postmasters at Ashton Narcoossee, '
4' 0 It is difficult to keep 4u.
up here. Go and see them. Orange Center, Kissimmee Park, Basxenger in showing
And will take pleasure you
O the pace -eej. by Kissimmee in 0t 'I Whittier and Alger, '
t 0 her advance toward the status 0 i are
placed under civil service, taking large and varied lines for a f
4' of a City, Recently the coup0 1 BUILDING AND their jobs out of politics. 'I our
tr, O cil ordered all the streets in 4'I I
; ? O the town to be numbered, and 4 .Just now, however, much discussions I selection.; Watch our windows -
b '0 now the council further orders 4O LOAN ASSOCIATIONIS I { being indulged in as to what attitude t

that at the same time the numbering 0O President Wilson will assume I for further
entering the office next March. 4I
is being done a census 0J. upon
? O of the inhabitants of the town 0 !' :NEEDED' IN:' KISS1MMKK, AND:' ,i Much pressure will be brought' on I suggestions.
0 be taken. The party who has <00' Woodrow Wilson as soon as he as-I I
COULD liE STARTED WITHLITTLE the office of President to ..
4 ,0 the contract for the house- 4 sumes '' '
t 0 numbering offered to take the 0y EXERTION. i voke or amend the recent order of I I *<->> gas.

O census for $100, which offer 4 President Taft, placing all fourth*I
0 was promptly accepted by the 0t I class postmasters. in the Civil Service -

t 0 co ncil. Housenumbering is 4 i ,
have studied the This promises to be one of the most
0 absolutely necessary in a grow 4 Those who question KATZ'S
'0 ingtown like Kissimmee. 4 know that no one thing equals a I rniicull'! questions Mr Wilson will
} O Without it would be impossible 0 building and loan association to build have to settle From all parts of the .

0 for a citizen or visitor to 0 up and make prosperous a little city, county alb coming demands that Democrats -
0 know "where he is at."-Tam- 0 and while Kissimmee has made won- I in small towns be given a
pa Tribune. derful progress during the past three chance at the political pie they have I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 lit' 1 1 I 1 I. 1 .
V 9 4I. years, still there in. room aplenty for I coveted for seventeen years. Opposed -

I. .4000000400:, 000000004t advancement.This to this will be the influence of
past week W. J. Fling arrived I advocates of the Civil Service as well

TAFT'S POSTMASTER ORDER.T here from Germantown ,Pa., and left I as Mr. Wilson's well-known attitude
again Wednesday for home, but will toward the Civil Service.
We reproduce a very timely) edi- return here about January 1st, accompanied -i The order of President Taft signed I'O
torial from the Jacksonville Times- by his mother and father, October 15, placed about 50,00'0
Union on the action of President Taft when they will occupy the cottage on I fourth-clans postoffices in the classified -
In placing nearly 50,000 fourth class Broadway, Mr. Fling purchased whileon service It was sufficiently com,
'+ ,v postmasters under civil service rules a visit here last wInter. The purpose prehcnsivi- to include all in the

'just jefore the' Election. . -of KM visit--here 4t *t-w ?ek -wa -fnunfry, _- -._________ ---- _____ -
Not the Civil Service Spirit. to dispose of the fruit in his grove in The ordei, dill hot cieate wide interest -
The order issued by President Taft North Kissimmee, which he did at in big, centers of population, f
placing third and fourth class post- good figures.Mr. l/ir n "emy l.iinilet and village it
masters under the civil service rules Fling is connected with several gave use to violent expressions As
'should be rescinded l as soon as President building and loan associations in the news gradually penetrated to the .
Wilson is Inaugurated. The Philadelphia and other cities in Penn- smaller tows that President Taft had
1L i't order was in direct violation of theM sylvania, and thoroughly understandstheir practically cut 50,000 jobs off the Taft order to stand, despite a stormof I last season and is of much better rhi Thankgiving: ( dinner mean
;t object of the civil service law. organization and management democratic list those who looked up- appeal and critiriKm If he yieldsto quality There will be 100 car., of oranges nothing to the wealthy
If Mr. Taft had really desired to It is more than 'probable he couldbe I Ion the postoffices as their future partisan demands he will invite the I, shipped from Tampa and from I
curtail the reach of the spoils system induced to organize one here when property immediately indulged in denunciation fate that awaited President Harrison. 10 to 20 cars of grapefruit Exchange:
,' he would have issued his.order earlier he returns, provided our citizens. will I varying with their temper packing house running in full force I I.OOK'( LOOK"Old( !! mirrors re-mi-
', in his administration. Even then he lend their assistance in a substantial I and power of expression Late In Coloring. 'also McRee's Kerr's packing house IN vcrcd and made fs good as new;
... Would have fpund all the places cov- manner. The executive order secures the offices Tampa.--The fruit crop in thin starting up slowly but wil dun full new ones made to order; all work
ered by his order filled with Republicans _- to the men now holding them. vicinity is 25 per rent mortt than last |I force next week. Exchange will han guaranteed; write or call, J. R.
for postmasterships have Only in case tit a vacancy, through season but late in getting yellow. I;, die 25 to 45 per cent of the crop in Powell, Box .jf<>, Kissimmee, Fla.
'", never been filled through civil ser- death resignation, 01 removal for Grapefruit is 50 per cent more than this section. M.I.4tThere
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cause will competitive f2ifninat.innfibe ._
vice been examinations given to the but members have always of the Additional Locals held which will give a- Democrat;;;; a: -
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I party in power. They have generally chance for the office.

been given as a reward for party ser The new regulations of the Cvul l I t M I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I M I II I I I I I I H I I Illl I I I I I I I I I I
vices. If there had been any honest Service Commission, drafted as a result -

I desire plant the spoils system Mrs. Turner, of Mansfield, Ohio, ii I' of this proclamation, have been
with the civil service it should have visiting her cousin, Mrs. .Morrow, .on completed, but not published. It is
found expression during McKinley's Mabbette street : expected that they will be released Are ReasonsWhy "
administration' and before the positions i- within a few days. Many
were all filled by Republicans.The On account of Rev. Father Fox's However,. it is known that these
A civil service idea is. the ignoring illness, the Catholic service will not regulations do not provide for an ex-'

pf party affiliations and the consideration b only of questions of fitness. the jobs of the postmasters should inspect our stock before purchasing
Mr. Taft's, order was not intended to to learn that Mr. Daniel now in office This is a crucial question you your
secure fitness but to keep in office E. Lowe is critically ill at his home for Democratic office seekers, l
1 through a ,Democratic administration: in the Cape Breeze addition .and it is already answered. ,

i Republicans who were holding officeat It is possible for Governor Wilson If it From Cole the quality is right and this fact
Mrs. Hale, of Alabama, has arrivedin to revoke the order. Just before the come ..
the beginning or terms ex
I Kissimmee to spend the winter I 1, close of President Cleveland's first it prestige that it otherwise would have.
4' plred before the the end of the Democratic with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Bandy. gives not
term he issued order
t 2x administration to make it im- an placing a
o possible for Democrat to get position -S. W. Downing reports the sale of large number of offices in the classified -

i because they were Democrats Ford autos to Ira Wetherbee, of Milliards servcie.
at an offset to the Republicans who Island and George Ray, of St. I President Harrison succeeded him 4 .
held.positions J because they were Republicans. Cloud. and amended the order. As a result
E : many Republicans obtained offices
I The order was issued on 1thl'pc On the second page of this issue I from which, under the Cleveland or-
ll weeks before the election. Mr Taft will be found an advertisement announcing II der, they would have been barred. The Gift of All Gifts .
the auction sale of lots in After his taken
1 knew as well as then who would be I own partisans were
elected he knows now ; the Carson addition on the 20th.A. i care of, President Harrison issued new
president as
order practically duplicating the one I Is a piece of good jewelry or a good watch. It ,,
who has been elected. His order was D. has of his I
Covington disposed he had revoked. He had lifted the will after other have been
not >a non-partisan one: it was intensely turpentine still at Rosalie to. J. W. Jut long offering
lid long enough to let Republicans
G 4.c partisan. It was intended for Ward, who will conduct it under the office and had then promptly shut get it fwfotten. Our Christmas display of Jewelry iz
to keep Republicans
no. purpose except
y In office in spite of the vote of name of the Florida Naval Stores Co. down again in order to bar Demo- sad Watches hclude gift of every class. and -

,t t the people to retire them from power. J. A. Barclay, who came here from crats. price. Choose from it and your present cannot ) '
I When the majority of the offices Sioux City, la., has let the contract This proved to be an expensive bit
>Fa are Ailed by members of the party for two dwelling houses, one on Ve- of political jugglery. This legerde- fail to please. .
the people entrusted with the administration rona street and the other on Vernon I main with the classified service was 'eab
of the government we are avenue.In one of the contributing causes in

willing to cease the consideration of life.This
t party affiliations and ''see positions publishing our announcement last instance probably points the
tilled with no other consideration than week of the holding of examinations ,I way to what will happen if Governor
r that of fitness. Until then none but for railway mail service it was stated Wilson were to revoke the Taft order.
, a' fit Democrats should be appointed to that the salary would be $800 per He is a vice president of a civil ser-
The fact that conduct and for four
any,office not filled under-an honest year whereas it should have read vice advancement organization and we buy stores enablesus

yi application of the civil service rules, $900. has always expressed views that run to buy at an immense saving, which means a saving
counter to any reduction in the classified -

The Wane of Motherhood. THE TALENT TEA. | service. to you.
However, from little town
every ,
When the Woman Movement and that small Congressmen We make a special effort to get appropriate
began The entertainment given by Mrs.I I some are not so' gifts for
in the middle of the last century, andJaaD1 John M. ,Lee to the Missionary So-l'I are getting appeals from gentlemen.
ll witnessed fears that 'womanli- ciety of the Methodist church last Friday 1 I disappointed men. .The Congressmenwill

ness would suffer, such contentions afternoon, proved a most delightful :, be whipped into action and the Have you seen our new line of Persian Ivory ? It's the
were 'answered by saying that that occasion. A very large numberof focus of their action will be the White
would be as preposterous as that the the members were present and':"House. Governor Wilson will be the real thing with a pretty monogram on.

,ly warmth of the sun would give out. It several visitors and a number of 'object I,, of appeal from thousands of
*4 was,just in order that the motherliness strangers.The small towns. We engrave articles purchased of us free of charge.

a 1 should be able to penetrate all program was very much en- Whether or not the order was co in-

the spheres of life that woman's liber joyed. Miss Ruby Ellis and Miss tended President Taft, in the vernacular Evenings During December
t ation was required. Marie O'Berry delighted everyone I I has forced Governor Wilson toa Open
And now! Now we see a constantly with their piano solos. Miss Derbyshire showdown. If he believes in the

decreasing birthrate on account of sang one of her beautiful songs, classified service he must allow the Come in and Give Your
).L an increasing disinclination for and little Miss Margaret' Lee gave a Eyes a Feast
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motherhood and this alone .
among pleasing recitation. The refreshmentswere -- -
,4 the child-worn drudges in home and delicious. Mrs. Lee has the re- l,|ll>Klt "V l'tJHLI'r.o We are pleased to show you. Time's short. Don't
'. ; ,r. industry, not alone among the lazy putation of making the best cake in put
I. Irralt ( .r(. (Mat. of Fleridaiee.tb
creatures of luxury. No, even women Kissimmee, and her guests all agreed Jadlrlal ftmlt.foantr. < ........ it off---come today.
,, strong of body and worthy of mother- that she deserved the reputation. Al- I .-IN
hood choose either celibacy, or at most together it was a most pleasant after- I). IJn.-: ;rar.uir.; We are prepared to take cart of mail order promptly. If
one, often no .child. And not a few noon. The offering was quite large "........ '
,. worn Dare to be found eager advocate for which we all express" our thanks. Joseph s.! H......... Itrtrmtmoi. you can not come write or telephone.
4 of children's upbringing from ; It PPb"II'i'f..sbyln: affidavit appended
{ to the the abovestatedcaus
outside of the home. Motherhood
infancy A Delicate Hint.A .
that Joseph H Kobblns the defendant -
has, in other words, for many therein named Is a non-real-
women' ceased no be the sweet secret man down in Arkansas crawled dent of the Stale of Florida and Is a
'. dream of the maiden the glad hope of into a hollow log to get out of the renldtmt of Creston County of Flat-
j the wife the deep regret o?.the ageing rain. The thunder rolled, the "rain IteRd.twenty-one State of years Montana;; It over Is the therefore aice of o H C.-A. COLE JDI U 1

'. r woman who has not had this yearning poured dowin in torrents, and the log ordered thatsaid non-resident defendant -
satisfied. Motherliness ha diminishedto swtlled up until the poor fellow was be and Is hereby required to .
I I to the bill of complaint filed In
such degree; that women use their unable to move. Face to face with a said cause on or before the Sth day, of
intelligence in, ; that cruel death he began to think of his I A. D. 113. otherwise the allegation. JEWELER, AND.
-, day,.n 1Inerl...' kindergartens, and sins. Finally he recalled that he had "I confessed. of by said said bill defendant.will be taken, asI . OPTOMETRIST .

schools are not only necessary, help not paid for hi*' weekly newspaper; It Is further ordered that this order
(4, ... 'in case; of need, but that they are. bet. which mad. him reel so small that he I I be published once a week for four 14)ton.eeutlve
=.,.' and confining trawled a Tter: than the too devoted Oasette '
motberlines of. the home, ,where the Monroe County;. (MOo) New .In said County'and, a newspaper, State. published' :. KISSIMMEE, LAKELAND WINTLJR-HAVEN, FLA., WINTERSET. :

,child,i.developed into a familyegotist j 1 This. December. ,4. 1919.B > .IOWA...
j.The star of Of. JOHNSTON/: ,71- ,
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;"TMfi, 1QMU'VALLIY GAZETTE 'r Jewelry' 7deet f'mat face' 'to" 'fact'; .at. Cole For your"'Xmas cake, go "to "thV < Order your. Xmas, cakes from. A. W.: Law, ot ''Toronto Canada; tSI 1 IX Fred* St ph.nsott'iefi 7-*". '
Telephone No;' 11 store 61-lt Home Bakery. .51-lt Horn Bakery. 61 in the,city for an Indefinite (
I .. .. stay ,I a business! trip to New : :ork. CHy.;
Gua Smith of the Citizens Bank tit.'j will' engage in the'.real. estate andcolonization' t
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Bakery can'furnish I Nest:
you You will miss it If you miss the \ business: Mr. Law Is a For'Sale-.R. R. ticket to the
with I made brief business to Georgiathis .
,Published, Ejery Friday- By. your Xmas cakes. 5111I .week a trip gain-counter; ;at Cole's- Jewelry I. '_ former newspaper man and the Gazette Enquire; .. at Gazette office ' 51-lt '

W. & HARRIS.' 't I W..G. McClelland ot' Whittier's 61'lt. : is pleased to'acknowledge a fraternal GraVes ? tomdrrowtnoRa.' '
one Ross will ; Ir'-r I
It will y'you to Inspect the'cut i i call. His family 'will join him
': ...- I ,, '\I leading in merchants this spent. several price counter: Cole's Jewelry St re. W. have the W.W.W. set rings I here' later. begin selling his stock' of good. t,
the .
city week. 7I They are classy and sets at actual cost: for 'cash,- which sale;
replaced i
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1- If without' Charge; if-they come: out, at F. E. Denlg and wife' 'and Mrs;]\ will continuee- for fifteen daya .. I '
i you are looking bargains do Mr. and"Mn. 'Leonard Williams, of Cole's Jewelry Store., , 51-lt 1 Denlg's'sister, Miss Mertha'' Miller Wanted.To: correspond with'v parVUs' 1t! t L e
Weather'Report not fail 11 : ,
to the
' aee cut price counterat.Cole'a : I Lou hman, were, in the city yesterday , were the guests-the put week of the a
I interested In Florida lands. Improved
j Jewelry. : re., ,51-lt on, a shipping expedition. 1 Christmas presents? See our new Runnymede Hotel, returning to the 'or unimproved.. Oranges. . j
C. II. Nelson and 'J.' C. Tice, umbrellas, sweaters, blanlceta, shirtwaists city Monday. Miss Miller' left on' the all''otherL"suited ; "
on' and >
prominent :
growing improved'
of the daily tern, Four styles of fountain pens, guaranteed -, .
y lace collars, silk:, scarfs- belt noon. train.Monday'for her home at
citizen. of Taft the '
were in. to.icHrus fruit'and vegetables. .
turel and precipitation u: solid gold pen choice for $1.00 and bar pin., ..Ie.ther'goods., etc. F.. Bryant, Ohio after a pleasant visit '
per city Tuesday for .a few hours.E. ; at' Cole's ., Pine land or hammock, prairie or
!ew!!..9'U IJ._Lawson hereof three month '
; reported by the Government i' S1 lt .... muck in large or small tracts Pricaa':
Kissimmee for L Lesley and W. C, Bass were "Different" booklets and terms Near railroad *
station at the and folders, right. new
\ j{ business visitors Orlando on Tue Thursday And Saturday'nights, illustrated 1 i b!:. A. Roberts and J. L. Cooley, ofScottsbur '
week endlllC Dee 12. 1912. water color pictures and china. Miss and in a new country.: Write Jas. A. 4'
day going on'the noon train. Lord. 51-1t songs and moving pictures. I : the Ind.,, were here a coupleof : O'Berry, Whittier; Fla. ,, ,60-6tr r i 'A
I The Marimbo Band, eight people at i days forepart of the week. '
MAX. saw: 8A'1f Rev. D. W.. .Cason. Presiding Elder Arthur Green representing the H. the Pastime first half of next week. I(f These gentlemen had made a tour of I. R. Homer, who' moved* here some, '

' Friday . . . 88 66 . 1! for this district held quarterly meet. & W. B. Drew Co., of Jacksonville, Superba follows. the State, and'were en route home. time ago from East '..Chattanooga* r
S.turday. . . 84 66' :. I hig at the Methodist church last Mon. was in the city yesterday calling on Your They spoke in most glowing terms of Tenn., and settled a- few" miles' northof t

v Sundty. . . . 83 63 . day.! -4I the trade. ever if you sweetheart get one will of those love you French for .I would Kissimmee, and here Mr. Roberts stated he town,' had the misfortune to lose '

Monday'. . . 77 57 :. I We buy,our, cut glass direct from Just the thing to send North for ivory toilet sets at Cole's Jewelry' return during February. from of money his pocket.while, in a considerable the: cityi Monday.sum ;

Tuesday, , 7'1'.9 I!, the cutters and save you the middleman's Xmas. An alligator purse, bill bookor Store. No extra charge for engrave I J. H. Halley, of the Peninsula Highlands The money was'' all Mri1:' Homer', possessed -, .
I' Wednesday . 77 55t i Cole' Jewelry profit. Let show- U-"to you. bag. C A. Cole has a dandy assortment ing Monogram in Colon. 51.ItI Company, of Loughman and it I is hoped that some homiest
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Thursday 73 55O..oooooooo.oioooo.oO'O 51.1t ,I Jas. Carnegie and wife, of Port*Per the city Wednesday on his' way to man will find' .nd.return' it.'as he,
Mr*. T. E. Speer returned' to her ry, Canada, arrived in the city this Iowa on business for his company.: is a most, worthy man and the loss ,1
Herman Altermatt and L. C. Olds, .
1 home in I I Mr. Halley states that quite a number cripples him completely: See '
Lakeland last Saturday after of Sleepy Eye Minn., arrived in the week: to spend the winter and are : I the'r
,. Visit of, .Iowa people have already davertisement .in classified ,
) "--- ---- a pleasant with old friends in city Wednesday evening and will stopping with Mrs. Westphall, on our ,
bought land and
this from company
( city. Mabbette street.A umn.
: iIpuIIIIIISIIuuIuuSUII spend week looking over this section more are expected from that state
- You have not treated 'your eyes with aview to I locating permanently.What little German band of three this season. D: J, Post and wife of Rodgers,
i i LOCAL i iI eyes fairly if you have not allowed pieces made its here this Ark.. are among the late rri"als
l J THE HELD them to feast on the Xmas display at did you say? Yes, we havean week, and delighted appearance our people with The next attraction of the,Lyceum who have come to Kissimmee [ .with
elegant line! of sterling silver and
I Course will be the Columbian Quartet ,
Cole's Jewelry Store. 51.ItI' I some excellent music. It is needless the expectation .making this city
silver at
deposit ware right prices. which occurs' on the night of the'17th. their pernt.nent'born.., Mr. Post'came
to they departed with
I I I I I 11 11 I I 11 III I I I M. I I I Capt. F. F. Hunter carried a party See them at Col 's Jewelry Store say many These entertainments are the here' last and looked
dimes added ,
61-lt. to pocket books. ae.8O''l': ;
, of homeseekers to the HunterLand principal attractions our people are
L. of Loughman down i I' the situation over, and after making
Larry Pope, was
,:\i l' was in the city last week. Co.'s camp on the KisRimme 1 Isaac Lanier, Sr., and County .Com C. 'Raff, of Gypsum City, Kansas, permitted to enjoy during the winter a thorough Investigation of local conditions
prairie last Friday. missioner-elect Raymond Lanier, of 1 arrived in Kissimmee last week and season and the house Is filled at every I decided to locate)with us.,Kissimmee

. ::,:, List your houses for rent with Mr?. i 5 6 doe. of'' 666 will break the Campbell section, were looking j: expects to make his home here if he I performance. The Columbia Quartet is fortunate in securing, auch
or any 1 la of artists of the '
\ Summers. 45 tf after business matters in the city finds conditions as they have been re- composed ,highest a valuable addition to Ha citlzepship, +
i case of Chills &; Fever; audit taken 1, standard, and it is fortunate they were '
yesterday.A presented to him. He is so far delighted and Mr. and Mrs. Post are fortunatein pia
,J. K. Bowen, of Davenport, was a then as a tonic the Fever will not re- 1 with our climate and all he secured to entertain our people. having found the best place ,on,
d visitor to'the city Wednesday. turn. Price 25 cents tf ,! pair of gold glasses would make has seen. earth in which to live. '
Rev. J. C. Massee, former of
i pastor I
See big' ; silk display at cut prices at dermere J, C. Palmer, manager for the Win- 1 father We fit or glasses mother perfectly a dandy and Xmas guarantee gift.-I Lyceum ticket holders may reserve the Baptist church in this city but Hon. H. A. Davis, president of 'tha, ;r,

"; II. C. Stanford Co. 50-tf Windermere Improvement Company business at satisfaction. Cole, the Optometrist. seats-Monday and Tuesday for the I now pastor of the First Baptist Palatka Board of trade went down to / ;;
was transacting I 61-lt Columbian Quartet entertainment. church of Chattanooga, Tenn., was in Kissimmee iri his touring 'car last:' 4 ,
Born, on Monday, December 8th,. to in this City\ last Saturday. Dec. 17, at Roberson's drug store. the city Tuesday on his way to Lakeland week Friday, accompanied by'', Mr.,.- ., IS

Mr. and _Mrs. T. G. Duke, a son. A. E.' Thomas, a member of the I I F. J. Nye and wife, Mrs. Middleton Single reserved seats for one enter- to attend the Baptist Convention Davis, Mrs. W. P. Merriam. Miss Oma,, t
W. B. Brokaw with Griffins Broth- office force of the .Hunter Land Co., and her son and grand daughter tainment, 50c. Students tickets, 25c I at that place. He was accompaniedby .I Davis and Secretary Royster. : The,
all of Princeton 111. have arrived in general admission.The his little son, who stopped over decorated with, v
era, the tree people. 40tf. spent the week end at New Eden I car was beautifully
with his uncle and aunt. Mayor and
Plantation. Kissimmee for the winter and are :I streamers advertising Palatka and attracted -
C. B. Denifr and wife, of Runny- stopping with P. F. Riirehart, on Ader- Laymen's meeting will be held Mrs. N, C. Bryan, till his father re- much attention in all then '. it
mede, spent Monday ii") the city. Kisimmea Auto Garage and :Ma- hold street. in the Presbyterian church next Sunday turns., towns passed through on the way,!,, ,
chine Company will do anything in i afternoon at three o'clock, and The visit was made'to the Kissimmee'' h
Have you seen those pretty Coat ; lathe or machine work for you for Rudie <). Bass: and Miss Sadie Sellers will be led by J. M. Gardner. A most S. J. Soverhill and daughter, Miss Board and was official," though' tho"f
Emma Soverhill J. C. Pearson and
1 Suits Stanfords ? 50-tf were maried at Whittier by cordial invitation is extended to- all , '
an Kissimmee .
automobiles, boats, and all other ma- people did lot to'make'it
Phil Pearson and wife, all of Tiskilwa -
chinery. 15 tf Rev. B. II. Guy on the 6th instant. I men and boys in the city to attendG. ;, socially remembered by both the.
Have you seen the new knife edge | Both are natives of that thriving little F. Parker' President. Ill., arrived in the city last week and '
,. ladies gentlemen.-Palatka N.".. j
to the winter and have taken : ,
watch. Cole has them. 51ItW. W. E. Overton. of Long Islands NJ town, and are exceedingly popular, I spend
Y., and Paul and Rutherford ScKo and start married life 'wit hTthe--- best- JH.. UangB representing: the at Ceer e Ciloert's, This 'h _
J. Sears spent yesterday in Kianimmee ber, of New -York City are spending wishes of a'host of rienda. Colonial Trust and Savings Bank, of 1 I I party was here last season and they '
transacting legal buniness. a few weeks in the city, and are stop Chicago, spent a few days here thl.1week were so well pleased with Kissimmee .. + 04000 980000x0y'
ping at the Osceola hotel.J. Mr. Duzenbery, in charge of the and was so impressed with our I as a winter resort that they returnedthis .'
Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan and little son, I I dry goods department of M. Katz, city, and especially our magnificent I I winter and brought/ number of i I4 Ladies' Tailored Suits Skim; 0.,
Lewis, Jr., visited in Orlando la+t C- Dibble and wife left Tuesday has prepared some very attractive t climate that he will probably reside their friends with them. and one-piece dresses made to '.K,
Saturday.II. for a short business visit to Western display windows of holiday goods. I here dlrinfthe; winter months in .fu i 1(4 order and fit guaranteed by "- :0 l1
C. Stanford Co. now have the Kansas. Mr. Dibble stated that he The displays are a credit to the cityas ture. i H. S. Hunt, of Goodhue Minn., arrived -1-0-* xk l' i
for the famous HappKrade would return here as soon as possibleas well as the well stocked store, and J I last Friday with a party of MRS. M. E. TURNER. I. t
sa agency I There will be a banket-ball homeseekers and made the trip by 0 ..
overalls. 50-tf he had tio desire to renew his acquaintance are attracting; much attention.II. game I ;
x with the snow shovel. Saturday, Dec. 14th, between Kissim- I, auto with Capt. Hunter down on the 303 Mabbette: Street. ,+" M'e '
,, County Commissioner A. Jo'. Bass E. Swobey returned Tuesday 1 mee and St. Cloud. The game will Kissimmee Prairie. On his return ,,O.' rt
St. Cloud, was transacting business Notice-Dr. Winn now has his office from Orlando, where he had been ill i in Kissimmee on the high Mr. Hunt called at the Gazette office a- "e :;
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>7iere Tuesday. up starts in the new Willson buijdi for the past month at the church I grounds and will be called at I and renewed his subscription for an- C x t
i ing, where he expects to be for officeI Home end Hospital, suffering with a 1 2:30. The Osceola High School team other y ar. He purchased a tract of 4 Ladies are cordially invited to, '0: ,
9' Special sale on all silks. Cut from I hours from 10 to 12 a. m.,' and :2 to complication of diseases. Mr. Swabeyis has been practicing nearly every even. land on the prairie and expressed call and see samples A. .' +...
,. 25 to 40 per cent. Next 10 days. H. 4 p. m. His office phone is N<,. 97. much improved, but is still far from -iug Jately and is able to fleece St. i himself as highly' pleased with his investment < '61-ltp O .
C. Stanford Co. oO-tf ,His residence phone is No. 33.:: 48tf completely cured. Cloud by a, large score. I I *< ** < *<,< 4 <+4 .*....+.;
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If you desire to give your wife a present, come her If you wish to bring joy and happiness to the husband. ;'

> or the child come here. And if you wish to witness that look of pleasure upon your sweetheart's ,

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;', !1. tkii Departsneat will bead the latest styles sad weaves, whether it In this i Department will be found tailor-made Suits the. equal of which

be Silks, Satias, Woolens, Mnslivs or Cotton.NOTIONS. Just-*. come to in style and quality can only be loud in la. egreat cities. On this flees .win 1

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oar Milliaery, connissears claim surpasses anything ever ,'

; ,see us. before attempted here. There is nothing the lady's boudoir demands that can

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Here is i found thousands of articles in every conceivable des p. The! ,a
.Wj First floor glassware u not only" exceedingly serviceable, bat of designs the equal ., any

I\ ';...-: This Department is recognized by tha baying public to be the most coa- cut glass ever shown. Toys of every description by the .thousand, whether it ;

,. plete in the city and is in chart of Mr-Harris, a though shoe man. It corn' be for the boy or the girl zed htose who' have visited this depansent declare,

.: ': prises every style for all ages and both sexes. '- it to,, be Santa Clans' headquarters .s i. ,

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I ."' .... _' I cities and towns that have adopted it, eral weeks. II was pleasantly spent in playing games Orange Center. Mr. Hamlett Is the
: .-'s"\- says the Reporter Star. Mr. II. B. Houck has several acres after which refreshments were served. owner of two Orange Center farms. .'r
,t : : In order to get the matter properly planted in potatoes and cabbage which' STATE MEETINGAT : Those present-were, Doris and Loren Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen and little
before the entire citizenship of the are growing fine. I Deering, Julia Harney, Gilbert, Alta daughter left for Fleming Island Mon,
.' town a mass meeting/ ia soon to be Mr. Sayre and family who arrived 1 and Gladys Edwards, Seebert and Ro- day to be gone two months.
TO BE VOTED' 0 N ,IN ORLANDO held when some definite action will some few weeks ago are building a LAKELAND THIS WEEK AND maine Massey, Olive Layankaer and Mr. L. H. Hinton of Mariana, Fla.,
be taken for the preparation ,of a Herbert Edwards.
residence on the beach front. I was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James
VERY SOON-MASS .MEETINGS -. suitable charter to be presented to MOST! ENTERTAINING AND !fr. A. J. Hamlett, of Humanaville, Boyle, Monday. '
Mr. building on his .
the next Legislature empowering the
citizens to conduct .the affairs of the tract near the} hotel eite.rMr :( INSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM
city through such 'a commission as T. Paris (is hauling lumber and RENDERED.' 11111 I'll I 1
government s may be granted by the proposed. will start building within. .a few days. .
is becoming popular through- change of charter. There are about two carloads of -, 1iI
"y out the State of Florida is evidenced Many citizens have already expressed oranges and grapefruit being shipped -' "
by the agitation in several enterprising themselves as thoroughly in sym- every week from here. The Baptists of the. State are in : Christmas
citie pathy with commission form of gov- Kimber and' Barns have a fine full control of Lakeland this week. ! Presents ;;
The latest addition to this list of ernment for Orlando, and are only growing. They have the.occasion being the holding of their r
waiting for united action at the practicallyeverything annual convention. A moat interest- ,
progressive cities Is our neighbor Or- pro in the vegetable line j
lando. Soon the question will be sub posed mass meeting. 'I planted. ing and instructive program is being j1f .
mitted to the voters and the proposition Mr. Swindler's bungalow is about carried out and a great amount of ""
seem tom finding favor 444000 completed., /-\ good will result to the members of 1{
throughout that city. 044000004440g I I that denomination. ,
4 Mr. C. H. Blancjknfihe Jias a few ,
Plans for a commission form of 4 KISSIMMEE I'ARK. 4 I acres in potatoes whicnXwjJl'Soon be Among the numbers on the program j When you are in search of a present for any aseaaber j
government will soon -be inaugurated i, 0 0 .ready to dig. of the first days proceedings i of the family or sweetheart, and you are puzzled at t. what G''' ,
in Orlando. Sentiment ia fast crystaUzinI' ; solo Mrs. C. A. Cole, wife
44040040444044440Mrs. Lew Seaman has about completed was a by ]
for this popular and 1 I an elegant home on the beach front. I of the proprietor of Cole's jewelry to bay, cad in at our store look over oar immense has of ,J) '
mode of. conducting profltable'j Mauser and several (friends Wm. McCool Jr., arrived. and will I store in this city, which was rendered "j useful tilings and jive something that will be useful and will be '
and of from the North arrived and will I spend the winter with us. I in a most pleasing'manner, and I remembered for "
,, are not only taking commission form spend the winter.Mr. Mr. McKelvey has a few acres demonstrated her exceptional vocal {I I years to come. 4 ,'
of "government, but are making it a I I. S. Dement of Chicago, ar planted in garden truck. talents. !I

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$$$$$$$!Ii $$$!IiliIili$$$$$ $ $ $$$ !IilililililiIili Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holt Willson Mr. andMrs. | t
HiHi Hi N. C. Bryan J. M. Jr., j I I It if oar desire to please. We wish oar ...,cwtosj.ers .
," J. W. Wilder and Charles Bass.
a Merry X-anas aid a Happy New Year.
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HiHi is Well in Blossom HiHi Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Spence were '

,Nethercutt the guests Thursday.of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman | I Phon. S3 'i I' .'.

HiHi HiHi Mr. John Boyle was a Kissimmee j\\
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HiHi mee was looking after his business ,
HiHi interests in Orange Center Saturday. !
;k : IKE THE TREES of wonder-stories that Mr..W. F. Bennett of Chicago, 111.. Holiday
Hi 1 < ,* Hi was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shopping List I i"

' HiHi .. I L blossom best at Christmas time!, the" 'HiHi F.rIday.Long on ;Sand= Lake, Thursday and ,
: '*cc Mr. and Mrs. Hall of North Dakota FOR MEN- FOR LADIES f' : {,
'Yii;, Holiday Branches of the OSCEOLA 'HiHi are visiting Mr. and. Mrs. CyrusPa1le Watches
on Sand Lake. Cuff Button Bracelets I
; < HARDWARE CO. Mrs. Annie Keen and little daughter Military Brushes Shirt! Waist Sets i r, .-;s l
are especially .
r A HiHi llelen have returned from a I Ipleaaant Fountain Pens Toilet Set

HiHi in where friends ;In visit Kissimmee.with.rel.tivea. and ,I Fraternity Pin Manicure Sets i
Toyland .
beginning to
toys are "roochesSilver ,
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HiHi Mr. T. L. Harney is shipping or-. : .
St'' rnget.) to Laurens, S. C. > and Gold Match Boxes j Rings j I "
Ii in all their
,! glory. 'Mr, and Mrs John Boyle leave' Diamond Stud Silver and Gold. Mesh Bag
Hi Wednesday for their home in Chicago' Cut Glass Whiskey Set 1 U Valliere [ .

Him: ' It'is at i this store that you may I secure a HiHi after a visit with Mr. Boyles'parents' '- -, and Flasks Cut Glass Novelties r rrI
M. r."-and Mrs. James BOyle. (I' 1.
Gold and, Silver Pocket Stock Complete
; for member of the old' Mr.and Mrs. 'James. Boyle gave a Cutler '. t .;;
present family Alligator
any j or six o'clock dinner at ,on Purlel. Bag etc. A '-';"
Monday evening in honor, of their FOR THE BABY.:... s+ '
that will Ie.ot son aha daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Cold and "
= young, only appreciate but Silver Jewelry Baby! Rings Baby
. : ,YiIi John Boyle, of Chicago. A' delightful Sil-ver\ Cups Plata. Knives Forks Sterling :
ands '
.! r ., "II useful well.. A,,;visit to:'our: Christmas De- Hi resent time were was,:enjoyed Mr. and all.W.Those A.:;'..i l '' Orden Carefully filled.Spoon.. , .ii.Mlllill

!fi. .> f l' .'. "J..' '1' ,HiHi Spence Mr. and Mrs."John Boyle Mr;
tM", tf" I* and Mrs; J:'J. Monger Mr; and Mra.J..AJ Owen-Cotter
I partment. will. : .
!Ii;, ., : you. . < : Hewins, Mra\Hel.l1 Jones, and,. Jewelry Co.' <'
-,- J" s'\.... '. 'I; !HiSWWWWWSf MUs Mabel Monger.> .' .
I' -- ,.'Miss Mabel,Munger, assisted'' .b,. : MS FRANKLIN STREET. _
Miss Edwards, entertained 'the primary -T PA."I": .,'., Phones.Tl 30ftand.1079.: '
; ; ; FLORIDA.
'cia.. 'of';the ..Union Sunday
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a ose-n Resident' Lots. '>Cr: LauraLee..'
salary; I
f.. Two very desirable close-in resident I PROCEEDINGS OF '' trachvr. tjchool No. 1*___?. 10.,00rs I .. ,
Iota, one of which is a corner lot. M Laura Atwood. salary '"
teacher School No, !._ M 00
Theae lots ??
are on the water sewer Miss Flea UuolltO I salary,. ;
w&i and electric light. lines.. _Located three SCHOOL BOARD teacher School No. 1C,._-. ;aO 09 CRINER
and one half blocks from Broadway; : f Hiss Llille Dale salary: & 'SIEVER, ; : I *'
ti- chrr8ehl Naas10:00 _
and twq, blocks.from Oaceola High I Miss. Rode Koirvrn salary, '' -
schooL Just the place for a flue tvaehvr. School -N. .............* 41.00;\ ':
e home. We klssimmee I Mls. Hassle Hod- salarf. REALTY COMPANY? ; r l
are offering. there lots for Fla: Dec.: 3, 1912 teacher School No. 18._____ 41'00 I.
a short time at avery low price- and The ).Board of Public Instructionmet 1_., L. Jordan, alary, teacher ". ' , S" ' I, erge

.. on easy terms, Call and we. will show in- regular session there, being Bohool- ',Nu. 1u._.____--.,_ ?4q(..00 . ;
rr ;, them. to you. present W C. Bass, chairman E. E. M teacher hi. Jamleson school. 1'o 1u salary_.__.! 40' no Triune Land, Oran G1'ore. High. Hammock Lands
:99tt, H. 'M. BREAKER A CO.. Brown and W. W Chandler Also JaunttaThompson, salary, Timber Lands., Lands at all Prices and r
Easy .
on Terms
W. J, Sears, .superintendent.,, teacher, School NO 10._.?> 90, SO ?. : :
JUte Home Close 10' Ml.. Mary "Florence! salary ... '"
Ml y.a No. 460 .A Minutes of the last meeting 'were teacher, Befoul Nti II__. O/'dO '
two new 5-room cottage, read and approved. Prof. t.., -RUe).'' salary. r '2,000 acre 5 toclc R .ck will cicluutf! kalf( value. ; ; J "
lar.IoU ,
50 .
; x 164 feet each. B. C. I ,teacher, School No. 18..._. fj 00 \ ;
splendid I Miller, Co. Treas., reported as Miss '. I
well of artesian'water. tiff follows i r Nettle Hodirf" 'relaryiteacher f for other real! 'e UU -:- .:- -: .:-
School 18 ,41 00.
teen bearing '
orange trees. .Call: and I .
Ml". tussle. Ha '., ,
Mm IiielGgeil Econ.m see thlii proposition. price 1200. To the Honorable,' In and Board for Osceola of t-ubllo County Instruction. . teacher? School,)No.> : salary t-, 4000 50-acre QraBft Grove, tv'dl trade for naif value <

li I U lit 24tf H. M.' BREAKER &: CO. 1 herewith'/ tender ,my report asTreasurer Mrs. NolllA wrthrrbee! salary, , 'for other real estate balance payments .' Y
fcj Bed Ihe't3eapts of Osoaola County for the Miss teacher, school. No. 6 Imo: :*0 00 i. ',," easy : .. ear
Ole Caldwrll. salary.
'Which Moons month, '! of. (.November.....nol 0.b..1 IX....'.d.1912. teacher .Retool No. 46,-,._- 40 -UO .. t
BUY WHITE Te W. J. Sears frwls-ht k__.1(, a 60West. \ I
CLOVER FLOUR blanos from last SO 94 '
Get:the HaBitSMOKE To amount received report from Co. sup.a__ tu ot KISSIMMEE .; FLORIDA : S
-Th. .cat Of P.I4.etloa Central Scientific Co supplies .. '
*nthverr Compt. 1 mill schl 1(4'14 : .
N atdll.g, P..f.ct hmdll.g hoo t, To amt rec.4; from. loan .School Nrf. I.J.-. ',_.. 8 5J .i.. .. I q .
1 M growinof loo n t.,h. <> Cltlssns Bank: .__ ____ .' 000 St. Cloud Novelty Work
.r.rr o lb. ln h'7 rn'stovr 09 ._.: '
home. > product To amt. recd from tae", col. Supplies. School No. 10 2 00Nebun ';'; rt.

FS? *not **, ** Money e.-, Boone's StraightMade H8.00 84.4".11'_.:____poll._____tax_____llt___ 4 484 01 Klsslmmea School Realty No.Lumber 1 Company______Co..--,-,sup?Ins.--. 10 00 . -. -- ,.,""..4" ;.. ",... -F

plles, Hchool No. 10_. ____ 1 (0 .
YOUR GROCER HAS It" in Klssimmee Hy warrants paid as per.llat 17 11980 718 40 C.V.. Griffin, tert. list-. ____ b C/O .. :; u
J. K.: Malsdfrt, labor school DOZIER LEITNER'S iNSUeflNCE I
Cigars with tie
Real' Taste DY balance -----------TTii&:10'5.b.cbool No. IS ,HuU. 3)S ...ou___. 11 00
? Melita Johnson, sal. teacherMehuol i
; Box trade solicited Illstrlet No.2.
___. ('0 1.
:, To balance from last __ 44 Jill No. 40'U mo.) 70
Look for Union Label. To amt. rec'd.from tax report col.._ IG.8pjr Mrs. Klorrle overstreet 8.-ti eel.teacher Oldest and Lsnrest inmirsne Ag.niu;;' lt| Oioeola County1: r '-1"
School No. mo) 80 00
Imliuice' _.__________-___ 80-- -OX Miss Katherine HUadoan _!I.. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT ':tEAL Tt:1: t a"w i v
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. .- -..--- HmtvHrhoat Itl.'rlrt N s. ft.,, teacher School, No. 4* ?, 4'i $ 0Doss "HONa&0:; : ; 4 ;
To balance fro mla.t report. 1216 tl Graves and pupplles 19..School.____ 2 90 0't
To amt reed from tax col.._._ 101 10 Now. 40 No.
Mrs M. Tf. Bears, rent
By balance 1 ,
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.. . 10 00Cltlsens '
BB felio l IU.trl..t No.t. Ha--------------k, loan. e mo. 2 II'!' (110t''Itl.ena C. A. CAPtSQN President ? .
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DANCING balance from last report. .43? (7 . N. C BRYAN, Secretarr.: .
CLASSES ITo I recd 1 think
amt from tax-col 10 St j.J1tifuf..IJI.
r" PATirr61.2E +__ mo sand J'I'IG'VarlnlC '.
under direction ofMI& Trading Co. supply.
I 44616Hy 8ehoo'' No.4, _______ .h' .1 4PVnlley The Waters & Carson
.J. D. WOODBECK paid warrant as per list 10 00, rent, schoolNo. :
.t. Uy balance __________._:TIT:: :: -.il8.2es.baeawl 1 ______.s--.___.____ 3> 00
W. J. Bears, error sal. IKu191(1 *-
FIREMEN'S HALL Tu amt reed fro tax Ulatrlr col.__h.__. tv. II' 01 ( _.._____ _...__- 300 00 '
By balance ____'__u_____ 17 JMsbMekvol Miss Kmiiitt: F'utch,. salary. '
Monday Evenings - 7:30 to 9:00 Ulolrlrt Kv. I. teacher School No. 1------ I.; tI"" Grocery Company' :' 1
Thursday . 7:00 to 8:30: To balance from last report. IS. /08 The Board upon investigation found ,
To amt reed. from tax .col._-.- (14 18 that school No. 20 was 80 badly/

I- LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH 547. crowded that Ii new room was ab-

'- Private instructions if desired at By paid/ warrant as per list 17 00 Z* solutely necessary,. and appointed Wb.le..le'. Retail Dealers la'I ..;. ,
By balance 510 X* Chairman Bass- and SuperintendentSears j .. ,
Tampa Property' It the Best Investment special rates. B. C..MILLEIt: : .-Co. Treas.Warrens. *
to look Jnto the matter and : .
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In the sum of 13, 23.10 were : /
i- Floridaw. examined and cancelled. In- open session. make all necessary arrangements. : GROCERIES I I; : ) ,

.buy or sell) ds'rslopcd\ IxullMss proprtis. On account of the crowded condition I ,", _
City or Suburban. liulldlnv Lot sod Suburb Bills were approved and warrant of the St. Cloud school it was decided .
Issued follows
as :
s Faros sod nuking Land. Writ or another teacher be : .
XV. .J Sears sal 100 00 that appointed .
Tampa Bay Land! Company W.: C. Bas. M. B. P.supt.I. :_:::::: 4 00 ; to said school and Supt Sears and 1 .. ,,"'., '. s'
American Nsf Bank Bklr. IUUYSTOE T ILOR SHOP K. B. Brown M. It. 1'. I._____ t 00 Chairman Bass were instructed to + .4, + + + . + + + . oo.oo.o..e..... ' 'F,
TAMPA WV.. .. I "
FLORIDA Chandler M. U. p I. a '
o ao : .
JU8.fJ. the teacher to
B. C. Miller Co. Treas.__ __ make the appointment, '..
..10t 1C Smith, janitor schl No.-- 1 30 00 I begin work a' ssoon as the necessary I WE SELL: oOo' 00 WE BUY ._. .. e
LADIES7AND GENTS' It M. Evans sal teacher HAY, 00> '
made. Same
SUITS arrangements could be 0 .,
No 1 _--__._u__ __ 178 00 I a ,
Made to Order MIHM Almona eltner., bnlary was also adopted for school No. 1. HIDES, .' -'
No I *5 0(1 I Mr. W. W. Chandler was requestedto 4 dRAIN a O ,;, d a,,
THE TOP NOTCH PRICE also Mr. A. A. Mlmpson, galaryteacher look into the matter ot a new '' s "
Hchool No. lu____ 70 00 '
a '
Miss Martha King salary school building; at Alger and if possible a a ./ i "
FOR CITRUS FRUITS Cletniaf and Repairing Neatly Done teacher Hchool No. 1- ._... 64 00 to report at the next regular a a o WOOL, 'fi'yi-( : '. ';'1 1 t

.. Miss Albina Hmlth.. salary I meeting of the Board. a SHINGLES w a' a 1.-; .,. :. .. a0 i r
is-aaaured only when the fruit is -- teacher Hchool No. 1.__-_ flu 00. a a O' ; "; "', ,:. ..'""
MI. Cleo Wooldrldxe, salaryteacher. The term of all country schools was "*'!' '! it
properly wrapped, packed, etc. School No. 1______ 60 00 extended from five to six months, the a ORANGE BOXES a a AND V "' "'., : '" ,. '
Miss Harriet Wilcox, salary. Board finding that theyhad the ne- 0 0 a a. tN' 't 1,

Good quality wrapping paper; The New Miss teacher ICstella.Hchool Butler No., 1.salary, CO, 00 j cessary funds to make said extension. a ORANGE WRAPS ' a ALL, ." '/. ..\ Fv

nice clean crate constructed HO teacher, ,School" No. I h___ tlO 00 The Boa.-d decided to pay the rail- oOo' oOo.. ." .L'. t

as to CARRY and reach destina- Miss teacher. Ljoulsu, Thoinason, I Halary_ __, fill 00 road fare to and from Ocala of the C VEGETABLE CRATES + COUNTRY ,- ;..I'''";/: ;...;'-+,y ,, ,,
ton in good condition. MIsH rChoiIlarz..O.: salary- I Superintendent, members of the a I '.

Home BakeryDARLINGTON teacher. Hchool No. 1.____ flU 00 Board and all teachers of the County 6 CRATE NAILS; a a PRODUCE.!.; ''" .. a
MI. Mary Bryan. salary, I attending the Annual Convention of a a oOo. "; .1' ,
.e OUR STOCK No. ______ \ '
teacher School 1 tlO 00
Miss May Chlsholm. salary. the State Teachers Association to be a0aa a000a.aoa: + a. : ++ ++++ ... ...f!: .. ,,. +I i 'o i ;
{ of teacher, School No. 1------, 60 00 I held at said place. ,
ROYAL WRAPPING PAPER AVENUE Miss Clara Utute, celery.teacher The Board investigation found 'I
60 .
School No. 1------ 00
CRATE MATERIAL Miss Kmma Yowell. salary. an error was made in the superin- We sell field ..lti garden seeds ot all kla .. .. I y '4
teacher School No. 1 ______ 85 OO tendent's salary for the year 1909- We give i special attention to 6ttlag out hunting, and c: lnpingparties.: '
CEMENT COATED NAILS Makes as good Miss Medora Russell salary. Free delivery in ' '
city Umits. Phone No U.. ,
and after communica '
teacher, Hchool No.1 ______ <5 00 1910 reading a .k'
IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE Miss Justlna SalTord. celery tion from the State superintendenton I We are county: agents for good fertilizers. Ask ins for circular and- -
BREAD teacher. School No.1. 10 da 30 OO the subject, unanimously decided I prices on .fertlll.... ,& j t, '" i ., "v,:" nsii'jf k!
and meets all the requirements of MI. Alary David. ..alar"t..ach..r .,
that be drawn for said
School No. 1______ 40 00 a warrant ,
'the fruit Vegetable packer. Miss Janle Stroud. salary, amount : .
1 teacher School No.. 7.______ 60 00 A communication was received from II I H Ml H I M 111 M 11 M I 111111111111111: H It "

,AH Orders Shipped PrompUy I Mr.teacher J.. H.Hchool Steffee No., ft,salary______ 46 00 Mr. Balsden' in regard to the paint- :
CAKESas Mrs. Rhoda Lucas. salary, ing of the Bull Creek school and same DA.1CZNG .
teacher, School No. 1O____ 40. OOMrs. was filed for information. l'l'
Jane U. Ulckerson. sal., : 1
:A Full Stock Tents. any Bakery in Florida.J. teacher.. School No. 12.___- 40 '00 There being no furtherbusiness, E'\?;FRY THURSDAY I ;'
.! I>rot.- Morrow, salary, teacher the Board adjourned until Saturday .' ,
WE FURNISH ALL NECESSARY Hchool. No. 1".---_?_.--__.. -80,00, ,'Dec.21, ,:; A. JX 1912. . a EVENINGAXJLi : 'l'
Miss Hessle Lawson, salary? W. C ....; : :
SUPPLIES FOR PACK: teacher, School No. IS_--' 4E 00 BASS Chairman: 1
ING FRUITS ,AND VEGETABLES H. REED 'Proprietor 1 Miss Cora L. Main, salary, .Attest, W. J. ,Sears, Suptwill ,' a":\. a
teacher School No. l.____ 80 00. { \ .
Prof. C.. 'N. -Carnes, salary.. ; ): ,
teacher, School. No.: 1...___ 10 00 , ,::1il": tM



t Oldest Bank In Osceola County
-. AT A LARGE. INCREASE ..../. 'j

Depository For One kidney, remedy never fails. ,

UNITED MTATKS GOVERNMENT! !MTATR.OK: FLORIDA. Klssimmee people rely upon it I
COUNTY OK OSCEOLA CITY OF KISSIMMBK. That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. The far-sighted sad wise people are swyiig Real Estate NOW. .e eWe \ >

offer as an investment the following list ef property te be sell. y
TITLE Capital Stock Fully Paid ., $50.000.00 Kissimmee testimony proves it always .
-------- reliable.Z. as a whole", at about twe-tUrU Its actual raise, ants en easy terms '

Surplus _.:._ 30,000.00Stoclholderi W. Bass, contractor and builder of payment The Improved property Included: In the.list. bring. a '.. t. v4

GUARANTY Liability .- 50000.00 Clyde avenue and Iluehey streets rental,of $69.00 per \\t .

Depositors Security -------------i.:- ------.-----$130.000.00 Kissimmee Fla., says: "I do not hesitate ill' r
'COMPANYt -j to recommend Doan's Kidney One nine-room house with. bath and electric lights fronting aiD '

INTEREST PAID IN. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Pills, for they did me more.. good than brick paved street renting for $20.00 per month. This property' '

any other >remedy I ever used My easily worth 250000. '
: 4 back was so lame that I could hardly .
:1 Title I
the to Lands
: J. M. Lee M. N. B. Carte. .get around and lift impossible for Five-room eettage and bath, nearly new, modern every way,
Prepares Merchantable Abstracts C. A. Cars.., .. Kate 'me to stoop or I had ns in ,
-f pa,
,'I President, Vic President. 2nd Vie Prest. ,Cashier my loins and was bothered by a too on large lot, fronting on brick: paved street, renting for llO.OO per x

ef Title te Timber. andCelonlxauoa frequent desire to pass the kidney month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. .1 .

Tracts anywhere secretions.. Doan's Kidney Pills j
I (In which I procured at the Kissimmee Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting* on brick: paved street d?

,: Florida. Drug Co., soon removed my trouble has water connection. House renting fer $10.00 per month. This .

and I now have no cause for com- property purchased separately would cost 125000. i y'1

plaint. (Statement given !May 20,
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT 1908.) Four-room cottage located on large lot brick
I, . . fronting on : ,!
i Titles Lots Reindorsement. paved street, renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00. <,
to City
INSURANCE Yes. Best Companies Mr. Bass was interviewed on February .
', 22 and he said "I will
EXAMINED PROMPTLY. 1Q11 : Two collages bringing in a rental of $14.000 per month. Worth
ingly confirm my former endorsementof $800.00. "
'\I.. Doan's Kidney Pills and allow its' .

ft",. Why not use the same good judgment in buying continued ,publication. This remedy One cottage rented to colored people, renting. for. $5.00 per '.
has certainly of the
.U'WI8' O-BBYAN Insurance that you do in buying goods for your to me."proven month.Worth $500.00. I
"1 store or clothes for your family ? For sale by all dealers. .Price 60 e
t KUainmee Office.Head . cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo One-half interest in 144 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00 '.. I' M1

q, = - New York sole agent. for the Unite6tates. now, and values are gradually Iner alal'. ";rl J!. ':'

,,!;h f'" .' ... - ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. take Remember no. other.the name-Doan'a' -and Two close: la. resident" lots worth $5QO.Oo' each.' (, ., ? ? *.

; Office: Ksbee Building, Investigate and you will find that all of the above are good ; '

L ek a o a vllle, Fla.; Branches: G WAGNER,. Manager Johnnie' Golden Text. properties worth at. a low estimate 1485000.' We will sell ]every I '

:' Klseismssee-,'- Fls-, Fort Myers A union Sunday School service was thing in the above schedule.
for the of
SUM $9,300.00. The .
held in a St Louis church a few person a
Fls.. ; ,Arcadia. Fla. months ago and the superintendenthad buying now will reap large profit \ r "
: r,1', thought that in order to make {
'. the service We also have two welt Wiled business lots
., more impressive it would on Broadway In, .
. be a good plan to have 6-year-old very beat part ef the bu.itjesdistrict, which we are offeringfor, J 1
"" I .Grave Covers and'Vaults a' SpecialtyWHITE Johnnie go to. the rostrum and repeat $5,250.00. 4 .

" , .' the golden text of the morning This t

.i>' :: '. .' :.. ..: ..... : : : BRONZE : Johnnie consented to do. The golden We will be pl "e4I. have you call and see these propertie

text was, "I am the bread of life., 1\\

,r. ,.-', .WANTEDt' ". .. .. Is the'most enduring 'monument When it cams time for Johnnie's r-; :..- . 1 .. . ,,}
::, ,. Y ,{ part of the program he arose from his

*'' A list of your town er conn'trproperty'that' -' ;* a made. Will not. get moss-growri: seat with calm assurance and 'walked H. M. BREAKER ,& COMPANY
1 =>:*; '; 'you ''wish .* :f ; boldly down the aisle to the rostrum. ;

*' olcL'. --' X. -" i* ;, .crack or'rumble.. Is more artistic : Once upon the rostrum with the sea .

" ,'." .L,No eommiodon :unlesi. sale a.nci'Jess 'expensive.y ; of;! faces crfhfrenting him l. 'Johnnie's . ,, ., .,.
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i,1', ..made. .. \+ ..' calm assurance! suddenly left him. ,
c Things looked entirely different from .'.
> Write meland I will call., ,
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: '"T''t'i. ;.1," ,:ww.sONi. ;'n.. : i ,JOHN" ''If.' PAYN: ,: -p: .,iJSSIME' ;16 the first platform.oa one Soot H.and hesitated then on the standing other. For.' "q. d'lCk,returns apd -best.i'es lts'.r::" ,;-.,,,_. ,,' ..'. ,

Finally in shaking voice1 he shouted "' ', .
JJ' Use. the. ;'Iii'the ,
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r0. '. .r 1 THE. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, ::1l,, 1m '

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M 11 111111111111 I'AY --arrest me'when..! met. him' in Wlnnl-. I (:'oMMI51osER'- : $ HAMS. OP'ItteAIrHSTATte T M.;REVERS' ,' a4'DJ/ '
NEUFELD BACK IN.CANADA.BRINGS and denied 'all the'' charges he r f'IiII-'L.--. B *
'Und.and by virtue of a decree of '
I 1 made I hard entered I PHYSICIAN.nd"SURGEO"' .. T3'
y f against me. partition'and sale rendered by the .
.;: PRESSING$ CLUB t'wiiai to boy .a1'Automobile This case come -up .for hearing I Judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh ...,.
I .SUIT Judicial Circuit. of Florida, In and Office oyerOaceola'PbarmacyloN
'suit for damages amounting. .to $3,000.: I for Onct-ola County, and Isauod out of
'l and TAILOR SHOP 'March."' 1 Residence M't.. ,JJ
next '.aid Court /n a cause therein pending > .
I Mr. Neufeld Intimated it waa'! his : wherein Lawrence L* iJarlow Is complainant :: Ol' ceJ48. '3.tW'
and Isadora Ai' Heard and .
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back Canora next
FINE|,f AILOBINQ to move I John Q. Heard, her husband are re1 -
? V FOR DAMAGES FOR LIBEL i ir spring and open an office. "You See, 1 spondeiits;, the undersigned" Comrnts I
f :AND I have.interests and business in this sinners Chancery wilt" sell to the
+ OF ALL KINDS Or hare your Autonebile nlKhcst ,and best bidder for oash, at '
that but
III .. : country too. Not only am a public autlon at the front door of the PHYSICIAN ',
; 1 ; r citizen'of this country. -I have some Court House1 In Klsslmmee,. OsesolaCounty..Florlda. Floor "
1' Work and COMMISSIONER WALKER DENIES : town and farm property;In.Western. 'on TUESDAY: THE _Office 2nd Willson Buildlnf.i\ ,
Called. For Delivered. 1TTI1 DAY OF UECKMHKIt.!: A. L>. 1111. RaSIDBMCS P.OOf1lli '" ." BeMMaYaa-i .-'***"
r ; (PHONE. 61 Repaired CHARGES CREDITED TO Canada. during the hours or legal sale, to, the Orrics I'roMaIl7. Fi.o .&
Neufeld Denies Defamation Charge following described real' ata4o.! the .
4s //r : : FRANK DUKE,., Proprietor HIM BY PAPER. In a.letter to the Advertiser from property of the said Complainant, ".i''r' "
.. renee L liarlow and fialu Itvsnondenta, ;
iy : J. It. Neufeld Kissimmee Florida QR. DLWITTIGHTSEY' "
I f H I M III Ml 4 I I M Ml III G6 toGRIFFIN'S !I' Dated Nov. 14, an emphatic denial is 'Isadora her husband A. Heard situate and In John said Q.Osovola Heard. ,,,:':''

given to the alleged interview in the County, Floridalowlt: OSTEQPATHIC.PHYSICIAN .
Mr. J. H, Neufeld. whom it was Kinnlnir at he northeast ('orn..r lit '
charged a warrant forarerst had i St. Paul Dispatch which reported Lot one (1). Block I. of llnbt, It...' Residence Phone 274 t I

," I been issued by the commissioner of i I Neufeld as making statements' about Addition to the Town of KlsslminneCity Office Phone 98 i, :> k f
1 Canada that later ihduced the imml- Florida, run weal sixty-si( tell '
Rooms:I and 4 .
immigration in Canada has returnedto feet thenc..oulh one hundredtwentynine -. : ,{;
C.W.'GAffINS GARAGE that dominion and 'aa a result of {' gration department at Winnipeg to Ills> feet, thence vast slxtys> State Uank Uld'&, Klasimmee,.Fla.. ,('
'suit for libel. I take the matter up and threaten his tee feet and thence north one hundred .. . '
interview brings ': ...... tl
arrest. Mr Neufeld says: "ihave twenty-nine (! ) feet to the place of ,
We are favored with the following beginning.tog.lh.r with the Uuddinte D. WIENENGA ..
R. D.
," ,
hand and find bad "
to a :]i)
Pl and ; your paper with all and
FancyGROCERIES account of the affair by a correspond situate Ihereoif. stn1{char a
in from the Canora 1 article concerning my person and bus- the herrdltamenta tenement and "ppurtenanoea .
ent a clipping I inesa. I have sent letters to Mr. J. thereunto Itelonylnir,. and iVETERINARIANSTOCK
:: ; .Advertiser of Sa k., Canada under Bruce Walker Winnipeg and to Mr. every right. title and Interval legal, or TREATED FOR .,,
date of Nov. 28: equitable of the aald luawrnire I* liar- I
Johnson/ mayor of Kamsack, to let low and Isadora A Heard and John Q. ALL.DISEASES' ''fi ,:i ild
those men know that I never wrote Heard her husband, of, In and to thesame. fl 1\\

r Sprigg FlemingCLEANING J. II, Neufeld the man accused of ; an article about Canada or Kamsack K H.'1<"K, NlXhtPbonMIt I VRLANDOFRA'v' :;! !-

defaming Canada by J. Bruce Walker, '!I or any other part of the country. I II JA8. JOHNSTON'. "I,+v.

Free.Delivery to all.Parts head of the immigration department I I never sent an article about Canada to H. TJ. ARTHUR UEIOISK.' K. IKJNKdAN.Commissioners.Complainant' DR Nr.Lv BRYAN, . norw;' +:1

of the Winnipeg returned to hik former I the St. Paul Dispatch. These men Solicitor4l4t :
il'M. ,, ; _city home in Canora last Saturday bring I I,. are making a great mistake and I DENTIST .r : :!

PRESSING ing with him the fire of fight in his would like to \know the man that wrote j I .. t:*'. .J,
"d from the Seuth. Asked i i that article in the St. Paul D Dispatch.' In the (Clrral Oar* of tae MeveaitkJudicial Squirel.Bulldlnlr; I:\ ', '.\.. ,
I( DYEING eye sunny 'lreiilt ..f (he State ..f Florida . '
he the clutches of careful and nota ;New Yor .AYenue .- '
f. how it was escaped : I am true and surely emit for 4lMeela Covjstr.I.M .
nniii ilium iiiiinnI REPAIRINGLeave the Winnipeg: official oh the return "kitchen liar." I blame these men ,
trip lie intimated that every opportunity -,i very hard when they write articles Healer forperatlns I..d.rp., oraplalaant.1M. ..,. . Mlsnrsota ,j';, .

I j ji --- .was given the department to aI'I I abouT me that are absolutely untrue. .. J. W. SIMPSON 1':
[ J. G. HOWARD j word rt m.v house ,and clothes rent him but there was no Please publish this in your paper. I "....d. J. Kiould. Iteapoadeat.. TJR. t
Mill be CI'lIed l lor and returned. It appearing from the affidavit of .
tt grounds for such action. On arrival am not a liar but a truthful.mam I Solicitor for Complainant herein duly DENTIST. '. ,,;it
--- in Winnipeg from Florida he had will come next week to Winnipeg and I] filed, that Amanda J. Uould. Respondent ;3

; i : PapeLJanger and Painter! r i Satisfaction Guaranteed hastened to the office of Mr. Walker I see Mr. J. Bruce WalkerC1LCHRIST .' l herein, rt-sldcs: beyond the limit* Upstairs In Katz Bulldlntr.. : ;.
of the State of Florida; that her reall .
and challenged him to that he :;
prove ONLY REAL GOVERNOR .I. l<.i) kitchen liar. "I ; \
"common '
was a ; Illinois; that she IK over the aRe of ::30t06:30p'm.: '
! ;] ; Work Guaranteed: .nsaatatauA sfkl..a146dta presented Mr. Walker with big ix L'MTEU: STATES; twenty-one yearn, and that there 1mnoperson :Jelephone No. 76 Jun S.'jrr", \ ,;
i.: 1 which I from Florida In the State of Florida ifpon ,
orange brought Governor Gilchrist of Florida is the'} .f'
r whom the service of subpoena wouldbe {
,; I If taiakinf of, having any dens M. TILLER with me," said Neufeld. f only "real governor" in. the \ binding upon said Respondent. It JJR.) W. W. CARSON .o./,'!
: In therefore . .. ;,
This so-called orange may have ordered that Amends .1.Ooult
; ; please. notify; me through the P. O. been a lemon for the interview wound mond. ] appear to the Bill of Complaint DENTIST'Office I.YI; ;I'f''
> I Hied In the above before :
Real Estate Agency. : cause on or ;
4 > I up with the Florida promoter enter- ed Slates. Monday the 6th day of January. A. I>. --- '
L Lk ,: :. J. G. HOWARD .. . .. ing a case of damages for f't.Oi'O: , "If there is any man here who is ISIS the name miner( the ruin day of ; l
Cola's ..
i .2-4t i>d f.% m*%*** ***%****%* % %***** 9 next March. I, thin Court otherwise the allocations ofaid over JewelrylStore: 1:
the real of his whose
; i governor state hill" will be taken a* confused by Office Hours '
1111 I.I IIIII11II III li 11 il : 8-12 1 6
4 The articles Flor- qs:
Realty bought and sold. f appearingabout wife doesn't rule instead of he. an- aid Respondent.IT Office "
168 .
: ida in number of Canadian IS KL'HTHER ORDERED: that this I phone ,\
>r -- Houses rented. a papersare nounced Mayor Ainslee of Richmond "

,, 11.4+++++4I +++++++++++++++ 4 Taxes paid and Titles ver- j jjj h far from the truth" said Mr. in welcoming the delegates to the notliM(lweek be *pulillsln-d. In the KIsKlmm for four consrcu-Valley Gas administered Residence 23 , 4
S'eufeUl. "In our Florida district > governor's conference in session here ,aaettc, a newspaper publlshc-d. at Klssimm for extraction of teeth ,/.;;''S,
";3-Uied-CUI -non-residents_t. th l r>ifive hundred .('rpo "I Fhll on him. -StandLjia: and 1 IM .M'. County, Florida.VITNKHH. I ) "f<
I T 2: Fire. Life and Accident InY of prairie withAirmail' 'fiammock! counted." \ H.
GRAYSTONEim. II. the Circuit Court and the flt-al thereof ,
'.. surance. II".a bluffs. There is no swamp fever Governor Gilchrist amid cheers and this JIM day rf .i\\.mh..... A. l>. 1912. vJ. .
% -
Indemnity Bonds there; at all and the crop is very good ] laughter arose and was counted alone. ; It. ti. JciH.VSTON.Clerk: : DENTIST . :*
4sV in every kind of fruit and vegetables i I II lie is unmarried. I ell cut Court. OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA Iv;
:I: .. (Reel) 48-41. PHARMACY f
ALL me run ..
.. I .
.1PrlFr-.r..w. 'w_ I[ am not lying about the country and '
f 2.60 to 8.60 day. :I: we offer to show our clients before j I Married Men Too Busy.'Tut Office Hours: 8:00: to 12:)0 Noon ""

per 'I: purchasing. I do business hoth ivny really," says Mra. Ella In Court of County Judge State of 1:00: to 5.-00 P,M.; '
week '
Special by or wringing people from tro) United j I, Wheeler \Vi1 ox. "the American mar- .. :
Florida. County of Osceola.In '': l
> IL' .. TiUIIIAI. Prim II,D. .MITES Mfr. :I: States to Canada as well as from ried man who runs after actresses nr E. DERBYSHIRE, M. D..
4 +; DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH ada to the United States for Can-I I makes love to bis stenographer is rKtstw.? Ilcnry' 'T. HtanftiM.! l

I It is merely a legitimate business the exception save in fiction or the Notice,in Hint hereby on the given'J"lh da to* nf all lan..r Ahomltlnayconcern )'. A. I..
if a man wants to change from one comic papers." Quite right. Aver 11..b.t. ) apply to the Honorable flea F.Parker Special attention given to the ''1" ';

F country to another we can offer inducements i( age American married man is too or bin micoetoor. lu oflti .Judge of ftaldCourt treatment of Women and :.,' 'l''

both ways. I never said :( busy running after a cook making u pIto rharirc. ar'R Judge Admlulntrator of Probate of the, for estate a unal of Hear dit-,. Children. ", ,:,:,t. "1

? : STECIALIST anything about twenty-three busi- I i the housemaid and trying to persuade T. Klanfonl,
CHRONIC DISEASES ness men leaving Karnsac, and Truce.i the butler to linger with a .lime cix>auc I .shall. an pment Administrator to the aid" aid Court Estate my,filial and' Office .over Citizen. Bank. PHONt J$

Walker never said anything about :' cinch and"a salary suggests the I II auk for ihvlr aoproval 24-3mospd g4. 'ii

CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREEKISSMMEE arresting me or made any attempt to ,, _
Administrator. r. A. VANS AOMEW w. ,.tmiimua. >\
Ihitnl July f.:. A D 1912. in. '
__ _
TUESOA VS. THUR30 "8.6 A Tuff DA V8'

Real Estate OFFICE CENTRAL/ HOTEL Notice of Administrator.In AOfllces '.r;

Court of the County Judge 8Ut.of Florid., "
Oeceola" County : JM-.V4 Clticeoa Bank '
PHONE Anlldlos; /j!
1 3SS. OKLANOO.FLA. In re estate of J. Ollver/deceaMd
:-: .4.N : Kissimmee
to:( Florida
Notice la hereby riven, to all whom It may concern '
that on the ITth day of Jsnusry A D. hula. 'l9

N 1 'KISSIMMEE.:.. FLORIDAS1t1UEiOCK .: Fruit' and .Truck. Land I: Judge final I .hall.discharge of apply said to Court as the admlnbtrator, as Honorable Jodnof Ceo...l1.r..P. Park.r.a H. D. GEIGER. . "-:;.':'" : ;ti

We'have five and ten-acre tracts in ,Joe K. Oliver, deceased; and that at the earns .i;' 1\, '
. }
Urns I will final
present account administrator
my aa
Liberty Park the moat desirable ATTORNEY-LAW..,
su sate.. t Mtd estate and ask for their approval.VYIUIAMO.CA8TKK. .

burban offeringfor property on the market considerationat whichwe j , .''Pf':,.. '< ,f., r.1..:;,..\;,',.: Dated.'July, 1 ItHh.! A. 1*. 19IJ. Administrator.. Office State_ Bank Building, ;*.'M"< _'' 'I''j.
are "
; your iii' .' ;, ) ,11''t, HI low I fimo '' ,! .'.
,-. : ,prices'that rare' attractive. We ,,I'! r'I, ,;'.",,' / Kissimmee.; Florida,

I will be pleased to show these tracts to KOTICK TO CREDITORS. '

."."...-"., rd. .+uw.awf. prospective purchasers at .any time. la C'..", .r ... t...aty "..... G F. KRIBBS .. >
Do not fail to see this property before Mtate .f...1........
'1 REAL J3STATE.i purchasing:, as it has the advantages la re Instate of 0..1. County.kartell ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FrJL.. rs

.' ,,----.-- of beingclose in and on the very best <' Kreaklle.. IJeee..ed.T. ;
Christmas ..
vTis ..
all ('realtsirsw Las. Examination ;
.i Titles
ta3 paved road In the county convenientto .4.. sill I'........ ..ri.. Clalsaa of Delude Qf a Special: ;
,14 tRAN?: the city school and churches Five Everywhere aaaleet said lOstateiYou. Notification and payment of taxes of ,".' '

.:r;;;:,, .' ace tracts $260 and $300. notified. and and each of you, are hereby non-residents given careful '.?' "
24 tf H. M. BREAKER & CO..Biff required to prevent anyclaims attention. i :, .(I
Ss ,
and demand which ,
.. Examination of Titles Christmas customs are observed you. orelth..r
a '
of you may have against the '
but estate of Charles Edward ttT 1
the world over Franklin derceased ROB :
Barg-sin in a HomeSplendid and late of Oaceola County, Florida' G. JOHNSTON
universally : 4j
i Specialty. nowhere so to the undersigned administratrix of
new six-room house just said estate. within tw :
in our own oyear'from. the ,
inside so beautifully as
city limits fine deep well lot dill hereof1tsttd

; 'Corr.8Dond.nca Solicited. contains two acres o< ground good Gifts of Jew- October 80th. X I>. III1Z. ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE ' ,, .
H :imEAKKH..
.f.,'" .. new barn wagon"and buggy sheds elry are the ideal Christmas 1:1.1.or.( .'ItAI'KLi45bt /; :-;, .

-- and all under good new leace.o'in.. O ''ts. Executor. ".FT.Isjnp''A,/ty4

C. ,, flt/l, location for small truck garden or '\, -- ,I ..
< ranch. This is The that we have LOUIS C. HOBE.I T: sieves :
poultry a line proposition preparation :\TI'E TO <'II :ITOH" Lets WASLOW. .1
f where one will have the free- made lor Holiday gift selection. Florida R R. Coaun.:for Crint"ud1. the ?j" '", ,.1 : .'
J. ThompsonFUNERAL dom of the country yet close enoughto surpasses all our previous efforts.. la Coart of Ie Couaty Jndite.State ( -rt .,, ; .. .. )!
enjoy all the advantages of the we now have a rare collection of of Klerldsi I. & WARLOW ,,1
t ;., l. re Kstale. of Osevolal ('...aty.1e MASSEY r
DIRECTORs I beautiful and most artistic Jewelry;, .. :. V iV
city such as splendid High school best H. .rr. Deceased ., -I;.
s ;, :< tLICENSED : markets churches etc.: Price $1600. Art Pieces, Novelties, Watches., To aU Creditors, .*..a.: _.. Olatrllmleeaaael ATTORNEYS ANtxCouNSELLos'AT 'Y ,:.;\-v.
'and ;
sill I'eraosia ... ... Cia .
:Silverware, Cut Glass. Handpain- of l>emaada LANi 0 4
H. ?\f. i
24-tf Breaker & Co. ...Ia.t cold Ustafet : fPraetleeln
<, EMBALMER ted China. Clocks Leather Goods. You, and each of you, are hereby .u th" Courts of'the fltat> aed. .' ';";
t Eltctro iers. Toilet Articles! etc.: notified and required to present any the United States, also before the Florida,, )'t. .l,.
Opposite Courthouse *. Modern Up to Date Home = claims and demand which' you, or .....Comm.-O. and the'Intectat.. 'I
i No. 46--:1500.-: modern You will fInd S vltil lo our store islet either of you may- against the Conue..I0.. '!::tai ,,
KISSIMMEE. FIdRIDt.Tosted cslin. in man war, and,all proMcms el estate of ,v. .r''ira deceased -, 11-14 CHARLCSTOM JlLDO. ORLANDd. rLa:. .'
\ six-room cottage bath lavatory hot selection will be solved..t ".ctoril,.what- late of Oaceola County, Florida, .. i
\'. and cold water,' electric lights beautiful ever your aP roprietton. slay N. ModeraleH to the. .undersigned executor of said .U. :v.ANDREH '!..
Price. Mad Rest /loons. state, within two J
expensive mantels, new furniture hereof. year from the date JOHNSON ''t '

,.j ,,. It nice rugs. House furnished complete ;JEWEI.RTCQ. Dated November 12tK: A. t>. 1912. i $

ready for occupancy. Large lot 83x W. ?. SJATTIE U :FARMER ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW ", '::,}

and Proved Good 147 H feet on which is 20 full bearing .TA.MP".FL .: L. Attorney.. Administratrix.417-it Will Practice mall Courts '"'f.' .,,f//

> orange trees. Located in three ,00 ne How.01<1-1Ur t' State and Federal >'
and a half blocks.of the post office r ,,1 v
e, Freshness as wet]as hl&t trade quality. on beautiful Verona street;In the very tOUmonda s !l ..hY.HOLIDAY, An Ordinance Amending Section Two ; Citizens adjoining.. Broadwsv",. ."I.! '

/. Call for what yoq want in. the best neighborhood. Call and let of an ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance Bank .KJS8Imm.e' ';, ;

:e *,/'"GROCERY f.1NEt show this' beautiful home. . A Requiring' .Numbering of .- l' }.':. .
I us you Uulldlnic In the City of Klsslmmee, .... ''', !
p. H.$&
Terms on part of purchase If desired Florida. ," approved May 28rd 111. I R ,.WeGQAIt. > ,
He It Ordained a>r" the C.sell .. ... ';: :- '
24tfH.. :1. BREAKER & CO. '"
; t Mllllllllllll I II II II MM IIMMI MM Ml II I Illllll II City ef Klaalasss*** [JENKINS & WOODHAM r' .
.. Section L That Section Two of an ,
) ) Ordinance entitled"An .
Requiring .. "
No. 464It certainly is exasperating -i
the Numbering of Building In t
., to see an opportunity'of making the City of Klsslmmee Florida,1'- SURVEYORS, t"' : -, .
big quick money and- then not be proved May 23rd '''II, be,' and the same "H H
r'r'fl :
RATESVIA amended so a* to read a. fol Kissimmee- Florid
;w1M able to1take hold of it.We can'tbuy.all low: .
r the good things we see, and we. '"Becv 1. On Street which Intersect f, ." 1
are willing to pass them along to Brnmett street; at right angle the num. '* !<'t: A
berg shall run from One toward the : .
our friends. Here's a sure\ one-r- north and from. One toward the :
113 acres, all platted ant ready for south: on streets which Intersect Stewart IMoNE.B9ORi..i.: : ,
sale in five and ten acre tracts located A Avenue at richt I ansrlea *
"hh"'u J
hall run from One Westl New York Syndicate will'Finantrd' i
-within 1%.-miles of our I 'I ATLANTIC COAST .LINE i on Streets which Intersect Central-Ave Aallt..da w...... EMctrk' IUnl.... Tbrw "
depot, on and ,in close nue at right angle the numbers ..haUrun"lrom Lev.1rrie.Una Reds Steeka .t $IOO.. \:
tl i! the best hard road in On. toward the West and i.M aad. op. P.O.TMOMA.ON.
pa.eena-er'j from One toward the, Rut and
: Sou.
W.'are offering the,,tract ., j .,.., ','. , ':-\ Streets which.Intersect Broadway: the on Repr.rntative. X- .uo. 1'L40'I I L
'at a very attractive price.;; Reduced number shall run from One upward
Round Rates between east
Trip points i
ther neeesaary'to' on each of said Street In each dIrec-

-', f 'the market expense in small tract..' '. of Mississippi and south of Ohio I and Potomac any tion. Street from r Broadway to>whIch.,*the la provlslonsof the can .of ,

"' 24-tf H. .Moo Breaker & '_J_ f this Section do not the
': DIBBLE & SON , Co vtm r apply number "
: ii i i M i > ? Committee of
I' I. 'In
v -.H' / raa a\ the even n, beucJ be on t't.
k Frm'jov'S.le I Ii
: ". TICKI .sbi1 DEC. Bouth and Weet sides and the odd num ACCOUNTANT
.... here on the North alld.Ea.t sides of the
I i P 'Located on :'good ro roadonequarter : ': Streets.1/; > '. '
t' t" t
,Getfth-THablt: mile from city.limits good ppe-mom ind "AN.- ,!*.: \' .. "- t i Bc. 1.; All Ordinances' oh' parts of AUDITORJ" r ,'

; celled, house, large;' new barn thirty : UMI1 .J N. 6th. 1913. Ordinances in ,cenflict'iterewith.' .be
s- OF SMOKING A ; fJNAL' same ;:
and the are. hereby repealed. j
i Comoerdal f id .. .lei 9Y
+ < : ,REALXUGAI$. acres ""Iand,twelve of' which is cultivated _. H..d'a first and second time and pal AccodiitHlg'
... l. ,, sixty,,, .young vi; orange:"angrapefruit : < . passed unanimously In open session.this '.-' ..' r ,, ..r- ).

.", 0' -.S.e E O.L ''''" : ?,trees;'..seventyffive.peach # 'For information" "ci any A. C. L. Agent, .or, 25th dayNDf: November.'AD.,UU. < .' ncorpotatecAccamtjultottth.4. >: 1
ix :" '" tree., some plum,and pear treesY one AttMt'JP'r'e.ldent ut Cpunehl.PXo; -tem. :International Vf"
e. ( tarit. 'I!
"T R.',BEA2LEY ,
: ;
good,- one>boggy, olfd'wagon rdL.RaKIRKLAND,' ) '-3
''I sets ? i J. R. O1L.BERT.,Clerlt of CV1ttroL "-{i.- Soctetyr..D4ttoityMj ;, .
: two harness :
Ii.w..t : ; 'Trayollng Passenger AjtenU, .DIv.Pa.aengerAgen "
-; ,... ate a.t: .reii fiCtr..eh1ek' # : .
Yf$ :e"I, tan head cattle and all .. Tampa.. <--AM>roved'7iita'2Ttirday'of Nesfber. < ,
X .: ) : a"ajj "
,II.i the Mst1oraewc ..en '. .. ,
> ,sary to .cultlvateplaq: j A bargain'at ; s v iA4vli, .ItHN. -' ,
; '
t I b :. 'LOok Unlott i.4.t. ; ; '. ; G BRYAN lkll'l FU.r '
tot $2,600 Write .us-for terms. -'; ,Mayor, ef city of; Klsslmmee. : fla unr LIP;
I J 36-tf ,H. 'M, Breaker.,.& Co., ,1i*: ". ;M. ; rust. .-- .
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'1:' I QUALITYOF F FRUIT the hurricane the-year ofl 'mi'. 11111 II 111111111 IIIII i 1111111 1111.11111111 I '... .,. .

I Ii The flrat,year.,. after the predou"j .
was almost no crop. The quality Classified' Advertisements : YIaFtiIB14t: i

: ." GOING', FORWARD thus year is very fine; The exchange 1 ,
this _-will handle: about one-half II. .1'
s. .r and I" think next yearwill handle
Aeveet se eat. are'Iwrt.d and cc.tals aea. al ts.'rat. : 'j"r'r' T'
., I tithe j most of it., It seems to ,be the .
,, 'only protection: we. .
': CONTINUES TO BE, EXCELLENT ...Id on the trees at $1.50. per crate. I III I .I' I- .- .- .- i- I- .- .- .. .I .I I. I. Ii I a. I. -. .. .. .. .. .. - .- .. .. .. -. .. --.. ". .. .. .. -. -. -. _. . IS' BEING .SQUEEZEDOUTBYTHECREDIT i I.

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: LlJ Fro.tproof.-Thel'e are about 30,. FOR SALE;
_. .....: ...,...' .MJSCELLAN Us. '
"". OitANdEHOWEVLR 000 boxes of fruit left here. The exchange I I '
? ; .:-ARERUNNING : will not get'mueh'this year FOR SALE- fin* ,residence--:of. 12. WADE,-the tuner; Orlando. : : :

\ !!, ; SMALLER-EAST COAST buyers hurt the industry rooms, closets, pantries two baths,
MOVEMENT so bad this year that I think the exchange hot and cold water, double porches; MEET me, at Kissimmee Drug Co., '
\ 'LESS'BE AUSE'o. >will get a lot of fruit next very near in. Can ,be used as a .. and we will get a drink of the best SYSTEM-- PAY CASH iAND
)'. i'Io' .. ; ,EXCESSIVE RAINS:, {'year.I ,dor'"not believe in shippinggreen hotel or boarding house or by two soda water mad., 31tf
fruit. The buyers are not bny- families. Building' .is new. Ask ,

"' ''I I grapefruit now; or much of any. Mrs. Summerr about the price. .:.I FIVE' DOLLARS REWARD for re. BE .HAPPYr! i

: ,l thin&.Ise.. The fruit here, especially turn or. information of a p.ided , , .
Florida Shipments. ,\(I grapefruit, what is left, is of the finest FOR SALE-$3500 will bay a valua ; glabs Mrs pony c .
eye ; Nidhswbngger, St,
;: Cars shipped last-week ...._._. t ,
bin I "
I .1,2261, -quality, everything brlghts, say property in the heart of Kisslm- Cloud, Fla.. ..
r Week before lastj.> -.*.....-,._. 976 \j96 I per cent or more. Fruit was sold mee, now paying about 14 per cent, 16 Ibs Granulated Sup ..$I.00
M 'Total tolaat'Saturday.t,096' .: \Ion the'trees here at about $1.75 for on the above amount. Enhancing I I RARE BARGAINS,in homes A
,i : Jacksonville.;-The citrus fruit now i grapefruit and oranges 85c to 90c. in value every day. H. M. Breaker groves, colonization sites, orange, and ,1 Ib: can. Corned Beef.....,. 15, 's i
from Florida is "
moving of excellent There is more grapefruit than last &; Co. '' .
quality and well colored, the grapefruit year here, less oranges. There sre .- 39tf; trucking issued land.Frank Send for booklet 1 ,Ib'' can Roast .Beef"...._ 16 ,
just Davis
; 60-7tp lib: California Prunes 10c '
? . .
t' T :; f,; of good quality and sweet, but are yet. land within 2%, miles, of the city *t-j. 1' > .' -n i
,''. ; 'I J running to smaller sizes. The ehip:; I limits, convenient to another rail I,ORDER YOUR, trees, at once''' from ''lbe.Calif. Evap, Peaches.25c
ments from the East Coast have been Roseland.- -The fruit crop of Role way station and marl' road. This Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, salesman 4
\,. somewhat lighter on 'account< of the land will probably about 3,000 to property is exceedingly cheap, good I room No. 1. State Bank BuildIng. //.241b bag Pillsbury.Flour5c: f ,
.r excessive rains which delayed pickingand 4,000 boxes and 1,000 of whcih 'are pin land and will be lisposed of 40tf J !
packing and caused .ligbt.damage better than 8.can. Corned Beef Hash -.26.. 0
( grapefruit and .quality' on favorable terms -of payment. '
S' to the vegetable crops in some of : last year No' exchange facilities Nelson Realty Co.. Kissimmee, Fla. I keti to Jack. :2 .can Chipped Dry Deef... 5. '
,\ the low places. There has been frost here. I to T. L Hudson, at Lawson's '
in the.northern and central portion, FOR, SALE-Good ten-room ''house; sonville, Fla, to Mattoon/. Finder -: 3 ean. Maine Style Sugar'' q

but there has been'no damage to the { 'EI eraldoIn regard to the crop suitable for boarding, or rooming! will be suitably rewarded if re- '. ''Corn- ..........:..t* .*....4.:"..25e. .'

citrus fruit crop, weather being ideal of fruit, the amount of boxes, qualityetc. bath and toilet, good barn; lot. 66xl60 turned to T. L. Hudson, at Lawson's that'Good n Smoked" i t

for putting on the finishing touches ., at this shipping point,- will say, feet; five minutes from depot. BacoiuHtt <
for the .Entire familyat and ripening the fruit. A heavy to the best of my judgment the crop Two new cottages) city water and in"'Breakfast' Bacoira20 4
movement has been
on from DeSoto, vacant lot containing three
at this point will be about 8,000 boxes sewerage; on pavedstreet '
Hillsborough, Volusia and Lake counties j larger than last season's crop arid 66x150: feet. ... Four acre $100 bills, one $10 bill, some silver FRESH. FAMILY. SUPPLIES.
and prices have improved over thepreceding 200 and some receipts dated at.'East "
much better quality of oranges. orange grove, large, bearing '
week. Grapefruit .and tangerines are better trees, 4 miles from town. Also JSOO Chattanooga, Tenn. Liberal reward . I I ATLfrAYLOR'S
Growers and shippers are holding sixes and have more juice in them, acres of fruit and truck land one to if returned to the Gazette
L. Whidden & Co': oranges firmly at $1.60 to $1.75 f. office
o.V. although we have more russets but three miles from town. Call on or ; 51-ltpd ,
packing house, grapefruit at $2 to -- '
smooth thin skin, mostly golden. address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf
$2.25 and tangerines at $1.60. The About one-half is exchange fruit. LOST-Watch charm in form of a .
movement will be heavier during the About one-half of the independentfruit FOR SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine bird's claw holding an egg. Reward (Lancaster'.
,..., month of December the fruit is be- $76.00 4 h. Barber if returned to Dr. Winn 61-lt
--- sold on the trees at 95c per box ; one p. engine at- .*** 250 Qwdk)DeliveryIf .
ing forward
rushed for the
holiday for oranges, $1.25 for grapefruit and $60.00. Both in good shape F. ,
trade.;. Some Ale. last week for fruitun' Vans LOST-About the school house
$1.50 for tangerines. A few crops Agnew. 49-tf or on
the trees was made at 70c: per box here are yet for sale on trees. the streets, a ladies' watch, 'mono- ,
What is the best gait for a hungryman ; for oranges- and $1.25 per box for FOR SALE-Seventy-flv* acre high gram on back M. K. W. Rewardfor "

,, to take? grapefruit. The prevailing offers last class pine land. Ten dollars return to Prof. Evans or A. B.
Bluffton P. O. Astor Most of '
week )- ,
by buyers seems to be from 65 Jarrell. 4 v
cre. land inferior 61-lt I
Adjoining now
the citrus fruit here have been
.to 90c for crops
oranges on trees and '
sold on the trees at $1 to $1.25 gelling at twenty per acre. 1% BrickeHave
per A'
$1.25 to $1.50 for the grapefruit. Each miles from railroad. No agents. FAWN INDIAN RUNNER DUCKSand It Is
box. is lighter than last ,
day shows Crop year ,
an improvement inn thequality Box 431, Kissimmee Fla. 41-tf drakes for sale. White egg variety ,
about the Wehave
of the fruit and at the quality same. **
$1.00 each. C.'H. Funk Kis-
J I ent time it i. all that could) bee deiI had the whtWfly tir some "I-gec FOR ,,'1.. oltf
sired. I tlon. The bulk of the crop has been SALE-A .pl.ndlc! I-tv'-T i
!I house with porches and 14 :
sold. The exchange has done no business -
Shippers believe that this season here, but think it is the 67% feet of ground by 147%. Ex.cellentllace FURNISHED ROOMS for rent'cards I I .
5[ the who growers
grower ships his poor grade for first class for sale at the Gazette office. '
a room.
v salvation of the business 1 estimatethe handle kind of Brick
of fruit and poor pack to market _. We every d
house. Come let - --
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I total movement from this locality t
may get it where the chicken got at 10.000 boxes. us show you this property, we and ran positively save ::you;
the ax as with the abundance of '
1 good fruit In the State and the hundreds will introduce you to toe owner -- money. Let ,us,1gareon., your y,
Blanton.-There will be about 13- with whop you can deal direct. 'next .Isrge'er small We
of growers who are WANTED-At once, an Incubator, 60 order
upa Nelson Realty Co. Kirsimmee' Fla.FOR ,
Cutting ,
I good square pack, there 000 boxes of fruit shipped from this ; to 250 eggs capacity, must be in can supply say quantity, and 4 t,
for the "skin" shipper. section and the quality of fruit is ex good condition and at a low cnsh i
SALE: OR RENT-Eight room c will stake 'prompt shipments.
cellent. The orange crop will run :;
Box 89tf
; At McIntosh.McIntosh.Estimate fully 40 per cent more than last year, house on North Main street, mod price. Kissimmee. Our .brie ks:;are Wual) le. 'snybriter --.
f splendid for rooming or board- "
while the grapefruit will be'about 10 ern number J '
WANTED October Smiths' ,
the than
A Cake walk! ing house; price $2,000. Favorable
'- cent less as compared with last '
crop here at 40,000 boxes and the per terms, rents $20 month. Nelson Magazine S. J. Triplett, Valley t
season. The fruit is fully 30 cent per
quality' of the fruit Is A No.1, per Gazette.
.. .-..- -- running to good sizes. The exchange better than last year. The exchangewill Realty Co. . 49-tf r J c., CONYERS';ICK MA" '
--- - " .
will handle about three-fourths of handle about 45 per cent of the FOR SALE-17 acre of land' ad. Furnished Roosts For Rent Cards 418"Daval- Bldg.. Phose'1925 ..
the crop There has been no fruit crop. limits for sale at the Gazette office. rI
A WALK TO OUR joining'the city splendid 6-
TAKE sold on the trees and the crop is now all I. 604tpdWML ; e'r
acre bearing good
orange grove -;.To sell of work -
beginning move freely. pair good
MEAT SHOP orange land but about 5-acrea.; 1
REAL BARGAINSNew horses. Both )'oungand healthy. -
which is lower ground, rich
/ very
It's an easy: walk from most J About IU.//IOU Boxes. and productive, fin., for tricking 60.21.WANTEDLarge'Enquire. of. Glenn Clow", Box.. .257. '\ ,
-room bungalow on paved \
Lime.tone.-The fruit crop at Limestone and farming. This property can .
". places; not a hard: walk fromI and all of the Lily section will street, $1,260. be bad at a bargain price and on Eastern 1 t
1l be about 60,000 boxes of oranges' and Well improved 5-acre farm adjoining favorable terms :3t payment. We manufacturer
: $: -anyplace.' .* grapefruit. The exchange will handle city limits, $650.00. have many other desirable propositions of well known staple.t mewants '.
'-in this .
# about one-twelfth of the crop. About 400 acres unimproved J d'one mile that we would like to. show travellnaaa1esmen', '.'

I; Once .here you'will, have. yourdioice one-fourth of the crop has been sold from,city limits- $12.60 per acre. .' to parties,' who are looking for en territory. No 'former experience Earn ..'."'i.. '. "'.
required. position. "
on the trees at 70c per box for or.ange. Bargains in excellent location where they can ,(.1" ;
1 from a choke colledion of and $1.25 per .box for ,'grape-i orange groves., grow fine citrus fruits -vegetables pay learn.. 30 Lock Address,drawer for "., '
of' ,
mOlcf'MfATS fruit. MRS. E.1TWELLS: and and have good advantages churches. Nelson: high Realty school 27, Chicago'IP. : 61-lp. ;,.. <,.'

A Light Crop. Co., Over Citizen States Bank, Kis1 :. .
Wulfert.-The fruit crop in. this REAL ESTATE simmee, FJa.

I section this year is very light as the _WILLSON BUILDING
trees when setting fruit last winter Phone 118. 50-1 p' FOR SALE-21-foot Truscott; launch,
RU .BASS. 8 h. p. motor, canopy top, well '>
equipped'; cost $1,000; good as new;
MARKET will sell for $375. E. C. Young, Orlando

Fla. 50-4t : ..' -

. .... : LE.\NIS
FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- .
1 forced cement fence posts and 260 TAXIDERMIST; r
; fence posts. A. B. Jarrell,
At cypress Kissimmee Drug Co. '. Birds of all ktads .Hides) sad Far... ,

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Our word-- FOR SALE-Three good work'horses '
North of Johnston Park. d
in good healthy condition. Applyto .. f
May we be permitted to saggest -' Dann & Dann, Grocers. Kis- 51-2t.ptS KISSIMMEE' FLA.' 'Of '

that food portraits are siiftjnee, Fla. 61tf -
r cost hsppy reminders to relatives .

and frieads. at Thanks riv- .a a FOR SALE-The fixtures in my storeon ,... .
lag ..Christmas tl... The j Broadway. Will be sold at extremely

good portrait carries with it M P low price if taken at once. mi'eES HOLIDAY
i( a,wor 4 of good thoughts. It r >r: Mrs. W. H. Farmer. 51-2t Mrs.afy _

is U>. always welcome and high ..
FOR SALE-One: 20-h. ,
I prized c1ft.j 2-cylinder, p. LAKKVIEW COTTAGE
._, .-j -W ewent to' that C marine engine; weight 276 Ibs. G. .
_ # : awnre you 608 PenfiVId Ave. Near Clrd
, ',. E. Mattocks 43tf 1
w. are prepared to give you the

.best work la the latest approved FOR SALE-2 h. International Suggestiis$
p. ,
designs, sad that your early order sI Harvester gasoline engine: in good '
for portraits will Insure you running order. Will sell at a sacrifice
the perfection of' careful attention if taken at once. Apply at fross--
(. to detaiL' .
Gazette office S7tf
Will you l kindly phone or write ...

'Y, time fer s,sittlns;? ... SOUTH. FLoRIDA? iJ. "

". Respectfully,. I FOR RENT. . . -: :., -

WILDER'S STUDIO ,,; ... > , ' Useful. and suitable .. gifts,.ltor.

r .. FOUR NICE ROOMS for rent. All . I #member of' the'family:wI l .
,, The, modern conveniences. Address J. -., ,every! ;; !
-\' ..'''./.' T. B. P. O. box 276. Kissimmee 41tf- 'ti, . be ,found! at this big store;.". : ;

,. ,.. . of all .. 1\0\\\ .
't ;' DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. I We Your j
: > we'jiave' ,A Car for You There i isn't a woman Tiller. : ,

. ',. '. "* & care FOR RENT-Two modern flats with Fore to Tampa .,i"
In selling new we have taken anywhere who; wouldn'tbe .. .
. 1 "excellenteawin exchange, all com'pletely all city conveniences. Apply at

.. ,,' equipped and guaranteed inc more than delightedto the Gazette office. 20-tf SPEAKER. AND PRESIDENT. ,and.Return. ; ,, ,

, ', 'under perfect first shape cost They aced will real be valise.t' sold. away receive a Victor- FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story Orange county and Osceola '''county in accordance with the roles of the "

store building on Brack St. North will be prominent In the next Legislature Trade Extension Association.: a M .
, _, Let'us'send you price list we can VTctrola Christmas. :,
; on Kissimmee. II C. Stanford 29-tf having a candidate for President "-
save you .money. I of the Senate and one for Speaker MAIL ORDERS filled:.promptlyand

..:\State Distributor for American, Hay- vac-V'ktroIa.'ClV: *tao This wonderful musical FOR'RENT_A modern 3-room flat, I in the House .t1afaction.p&raztteid.?, ' .. '

, I .;. are, Marion",! Regal cars' and Indiana 1eboaan' IItCNII instrument is the ideal with all city conveniences. Apply'' lion. Forrest Lake is making a' Everything": ; : 1
carried tn'rdt.cIaes
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; :WM. C. THOMAS Christmas gift and the wide range of prices c. I and has assurances from 'every part stores will be found here. ,< 'IfMAABROS/ ,. \' {
\,., ,:.... m Main St.,, .' ,?Jacksonville.w Fla'. ,puts. it within reach of,:all-$J5, $25, $40; ,$50, FOR and RENT-About, a 6-room house 8 acres, convenient of ground of the State of his that colleagues.lion. he will. be the selection ; ., '- ':

D" ; .;' 48-4tp., v' .- Arthur E. Doneran, our..Senator '
IOO5o.$2oo.;' for tracking raising chickens and : .
,' I $75i $ .
( F : I' school s') who. resides In Kissimmee, J.elne' ,
handy to ; and' church: We I
> ., '" . ; : Don't l longer:deny", our ;family; the pleasure also ;have some splendid trucking groomed' by his'many ,friend TAMPA.. -, FLORIDA. '
\ for the .
President .
." ""Jt :I( 'want :' ", derived from the : ) land' forwent that have,,no bouse position ofthe .' -- mp
: Victpr-Victrola. iriutoday
-II' yon a1'j,-j-, Stop :with them. Nelson Realty Co. Kia- Senate and has' high hopes 'of land. 494t. ,oi a w
la ''and line on this.ideal Christmas gift. .immee.Fla.' Ing this coveted position 'and;; addi 'v ;
BAftGAINia get a w .. tional'' honor.-" _
,; ,.; &II Terms", to-suiti;: 'y convenience: 'can: be, FOR RENT-Senral'1maI1 tract of If these two 'gentlemen ..ueeeed'intbelt ..........'.i4.....4. '

, ,', a ORANGE i ; 'GROVE : t ."excellent: trpcklDe-1aDd. aem.1&11 laudable ambitions this section .
arranged jf desired.' of the State will be honoredand' CLASS '
) splendid flowing wells can be had distinctly i.i.Rst t,2R ERS"i ,
.r!! for; land to South' Florida. will again be recognized
tM"-- shares of cash rent
.. onr crop or atdesired.
. \ . Fl" v, -- : '.. -- I -as the banner' section"/, x,'E;. : "
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: :NELSON REALTY Co. Florida.' ,"'"-. -- .- .. 18.Breadway .' i\. .
: .Of and , : TT : ;J: : -
., anges! ". I NICELY. FURNISHED, roomJ. with Orange and Osceola counties are .', CIGARS.'(TOBACCO,' ETC .. a.. ;
">{.I' !' ,> :' I} : excellent table' board; Japanesecook pulling for their favorite sons and all '4 Under New Management., +"! 11'

''f'. :''. . Ai' .t'. '...'... '.'III'I? ' ? R DeWttBfown! ( at the." owando"- one and of South Florida will be especially interested ....&....., 0, . ......'.. ,
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: .r oneblocks west. of depot ,48tf to their success ..1:
r "BUCKLS J : ;:, ,- ... ; I" 3 I I .'Certainly;: ':BO better men could be . ,.

r.- :. ,. 1-, ..-.r '.. rtl.4 J .':.. SIN,."r' ". .&. x,?'l.J'i' } FOR BENT-. A.',,fiJ'eproof'Ro1't'' room found for the positions than' Donegan:: $OR''BEPCI'.dgiii'folr. :' .;>eJe' 'at' ''tsi' "..., 'j. .

-.. .... .. d!I.* Inquire. of. 8.. .Dlekonon., . ;. ..,.'50ti'Tf +.and: Lake/::-8anfo :.Herald.., .. <,_ :,.-,' :.' i' H '_ .;1.. 1Rr -!:.
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To' the Man Who' Desires. to Come to: Florida ,-. II'I'r' '

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!Ii Daring tM pad few ytan'a Urge nnabcr of'people have moved from the West and little of this character of land U for sale; except that owned .by this company, and it ,=.,'

!It North to Florida with the nttatioa to engage in the buriacM of fruit growing or track will not be long before we will have none to offer; |fr ,:!96'';
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I = I The faifcar mad were attributable mainly to one thug, and that wa the character of"eopl.-i.t the Narcoossee section for the purpose. of looking over,.grapefruit ___ _. .......'_!!

.} jf k !Ii r eI Mil they attempted to and tangerine grove The Citrus Fruits grown aronid Narcoossee command a I

!Ii higher price than do those grown in any other section of the State, for the reason tkat'M
!Ii a pers.. comes to Florida with the intention of growing orange, grapefruit ortaageriaea. "i tIi
the soil makes the fruit of better flavor and The in '
more juicy. groves this seetio..t ,!Ii '
I the first ..d.important thing to d.if to purchase land adapted to their : '
!Ii I' annually about $200 an acre to their owners. .There is less real Gtrns Fruit land .. the !Ii "
growth. If he wishes t. engage in truck gardening, the tame rule I mail be applied "Ii
.1 a !yj 1 market,today thai any other kind and none the equal of that we own and offer for sale.. ,!Ii':
a' !y1. Florida U fast ,
t becoming populated with intelligent farmer and fruit growers from
I I W e have subdivided this large body of I land into ten-acre tracts, as well as we .have !Ii'Ii
I I' the Northern and Western States and the land available to railroad transportation and. !Iii
} s, ;n I laid out a townsite of two thousand I lots, which is being beautified and otherwise pat '
A y; I I suited to their.needs is rapidly being taken up and a short time little or none will be left :!*'
b 4,. into proper condition for the building of .homes and business houses. !tfg"
that be purchased like reasonable ,
can at anything a price.
j y; It is not our purpose to attract t your attention by any besutifnl word-painting of this I '...'
Recognizing these facts this Company thousand acres of land at Nartract of laud and the possibility of making yourself rich with a few years work and the =

!Ii coossee; which is the terminus of the Sugar Belt Railway, fifteen miles from Kissimmee, outlay? of small money, bat we do ask that i if you have any idea of moving to Florida :!Ii:I IYi

in Osceola County. A large part of this land fronts on three Tohopekaliga to engage in either of the industries named, to go and look over these tracts before deciding !Ii.

t Hendon and A. J. upon your location. We don't fear the result, for no one yet has been to Narcoossee ,i:,,

'" 3eg About one-half of this land is mock the kind on wluch the successful truckers are but who became the owner of a ten-acre tract--our lands tell too truthful a tale of peace '!Ii f
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themselves with and plenty. !Ii
making independent furnishing the Northern markets vegetables. Very
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Fraternity Hall. Until You Find It..

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_, ",'0 Greatest. Slaughter of Merchandise .

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New York Store

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;01 Don t fail to attend this great"event as you will certainly save money. New styles of merchandise arriving. daily. Comer \ ,

and be convinced of this great opportunity. ..

Interesting demonstration'shown'at this new store of new 1913 Ready-to-Wear. ,Dresses in Cashmere and Silk Goods. .1 "

Every lady who saw them last.'week. ..was loud in.her praise of ,the splendid opportunity they\ have and will have by getting ;'f

sf: acquainted with old and new, fashions that are arriving daily at,the GREATER NEW YORK STORE. .,

_m ., Every article sold'is guaranteed, and each purchaser is given ten days in which to return goods and, recieve. their. money if ) ....

., article is not found to be as represented "
We have had a glorious week of wonderful sales of our incomparable bargains in 'the Garment Department. We will do ',still' (, <, :

better this week as hundreds and hundreds of New Coats, New Skirts, New Suits, New Waists and New Dresses have. arrived dur. M ;
ing the three and all will this .. ,/ '
; I past days, go on ,

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