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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 20, 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: VID00573
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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l;' With This. .Issue, the Valley ,Gazette, ..Closes Fifteen.. Years of Successful. Existence, .', ,' V _

CITIZENSDECLARE" in county.progress in some other part of the This Interurban Line Must i I O'Berry to Mr. Henry J. Aultman.

With a good road fro Y.Jere to \,The Baptist ceremony church will-take on WednesdayDe-place-at the THE: 'PRODUCTION

.. OF DOCK K business'Loughman with would i our. mean merchants-'as mucb added the Be Extended KissimmeeWILL cember 25th, at high noon. No cards '

IN FAVOR; section around that place is rapidly the have contracting been issued partlea'areinvited., but all friends, of to AULTMAN- GARDENSTHIS .

filling up with industrious, welltodo attend. B
farmers and -,
truckers from the

yttlElf GAZETTE PLAN' IS GOOD West.Loughman Kissimmee than is is Lakeland much nearer or Bar-to DO MORE TO BUILD UP THIS SECTION THAN ANY among Miss O'Berry Kissimmee's and Mr.most Aultman popular are SEASON UNPRECEDENTED t)

tow, and they would come here to do OTHER ONE THING EXCEPT A COMPETING young people, end their large circleof
L-- their II v friends will wish them every happiness -
.p tradingprovided they had good I
RAILROAD LINE.The. and success.
.ALL CLASSES SAY THAT A DOCK roads over which to travel but the IMMENSE CROPS OF ALL KINDS
. condition in which the roads are now, 1 I VEGETABLES
NECESSARY they are forced to to the
: go one or .
ADVANCEMENT other of the towns named. ; )latest issue of the Manufactur- j i reason to hope and believe that our t PLAT I COMPLETED PRICES OBTAINED ON
But we have no fear as to what the cherished ambition is about to be '
ers Record contains the following: realized NORTHERN MARKETS
OF action of our commissioners will be or will be provided our people' OF HOUSE NUMBERS
"Application for charter has been .
in the
matter. They have never yet I show a disposition to want it strong I'
I falld to keep Osceola made by the Interurban Traction Co. '
county to the ,enough] to put their money into the Much has been said in the local
.-- It -Nothing.J in the way of permanent front. There will be a good road which proposes to build immediately I general pjt. .
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has the-Valley) Gazette from Kissimmee to the Polk six \ (CLERK ORDERED TO DRAW WARRANT press about the Aultman vegetable
; improvement county miles from..Orjando to Winter j There is no necessity to dwell, upon farm in the western part of the city
:proposed that has met with more general line as soon as there is a good from Park and finally about 45 j the good"that would result to our city I IN FAVOR OF R. C. but it is good enough to .hear repeated -,
"ifcU; approval than the plan to build Loughman to the Osceola. county line. Kissimmee via Orlando miJes"from-1 and this section from the building of I i; at least once a month. ,

.. a dock, .outllned in its issue of laot ..... W. C. Temple is president; II. Carl' this. road,, for every man who has !, WEIDLER IF CORRECT Mr. S. B. Aultman, the owner some
week. On every hand and from every dents; L. L. Payne, treasurer; other I ridden on a train or paid for the haul-I j -- three purchased eighty

class has come words of commenda- ELECTION Of: OfEICCTSI. { Dann and E. F. Sperry, vice-presi-I ing of a pound rf freight between- The who acres of years land just'ago across .the big ditch
z tion for the position of this paperon directors being C. E. Johnson, T. P. here and Orlando or Sanford knows gentleman was employedto which he at once began In condition
make of house numbers of
the subject. This dock question"has Warlow and M. O. Overstreet." what benefits we would We a plat
for I. 0. Q f. NO. 74 reap. I the city, R. C. Weidler, made his report for planting vegetables. Since
4 agitated our people years Something like two years ago a now pay fifty tents to ride on the A. that time he has added fifteen acres
:,3.-.i'.and now that a plan has been proposed 0,I company composed of'Pennsylvania* C. L. from here to Orlando-- and dozens I j.and .to the the clerk Council was on ordered Tuesday to night check, more to his original purchase, making
that meets the approval of our gentlemen formed a and of make the trip | '
\[ company ap-i our people every the and if found correct to this farm, or gardens, as they are
I people, it i. hoped that the Council plied for a charter to build an electric week. In the course of a :year hundreds i over plat commonly called here ninetysixacres.
< clear to take action. WILL TAKE PLACE ON NIGHT OF ( road from I draw a warrapt in that gentleman'sfavor I ,
I will) see its way ,4 Kissimmee to Sanford. of dollars are paid the railroad -
.' Among the many leading citizens 27TH-LODGE IS IN MOST Rights of way were granted througheach I from this. source that is in all equityan ] for the price agreed upon. The soil of this farm is muck and
41 .The absence of numbers the
I 1 I who expressed themselves regarding FLOURISHING city. along the line, and a sur- overcharge,' for when this electric on muck and prairie, the kind adapted to
houses has been
CONDITION.The inconvenienceto
j the plan outlined by the Valley Ga- vey of the route was made. But that 1 line is completed here, twenty-five a.great the successful growing of any kindof
here and it has
I Ktto, were: was as far as the matter was carried, cents will be the maximum charge, I strangers coming vegetables.A .
t Marph-"Your ideas are and the time limit for the : often been remark d that it was a "
t T. M. i beginning and possibly less than that ; representative of the Valley fiazette '
eminently correct. You hit the nail annual electon of officers of of the construction of the line has ex- \ The same rules will apply to the most unusual'state of affairs to exist was shown over this farm pn
of '
size. The absence
squarely on the head. We need a the Odd Fellows will take place on the pired. carrying of freight. Upon the comi a city this Saturday last by Mr. Aultman, and to .
dock and we are going to have a dock, night of the 27th. after which it is ] But this notice in the Manufactur-i i pletion of this electric line we will be of these numbers has been the principal him, who is familiar with the sight of

C.. and a good one, too." I probable a banquet will\ be .served to ers' Record has a far different ring able to ship our fruits and vegetables reason for a city directory not successful vegetable gardens, it was
W. B. Makinson-"The very way the. members.The from that of the Citrus Southern Co., direct to Sanford where they will being issued, but pow that cause be- truly a revelation.

to do it, and the time to begin doingIt Odd Fellows have not been long the company spoken of. The men be taken by the Clyde Line and carried ing removed, several gentlemen are There are six acres planted in celery -
Hs now." organized in this. city, but it is one of named as applicants for a charter to t eastern markets The rates we contemplating a move of that charac- one and a half acres in lettuce in
Geo. T. Singlelary-"Your position our most flourishing fraternal so i I build this interurbdn line from Orlando are forced to pay at present are extortionate ter. Kissimmee now has a population one field and one acre in another, one-
m il eminently proper, and I sincerely cieties. It comprises some of our best t to Winter Park are among the but our hands are tied, and of fully four thousand and business quarter of an acrd in strawberries I
Council will not delay citizens and is in foremost business and financiersof the of the houses enough to make a direct-
' trust the city financially splendid men we are completely at mercy four acres in cabbage, and about one-
'i' a moment in taking the. matter in shape. Its original members have Florida, and are financially, able to I A. C. L: tory a paying proposition. half acre each in cauliflower, pfpp** .
hand. A dock is certainly one of the done good work in the way of i iffcreas-I carry anything they undertake to a We do not believe there are a dozen beets, okra peas, turnips and onions '
.' urgent needs of Kissimmee.' ng its. foil, until" it now ranks next to 1 successful conclusion. Especially is business men in Kissimmee who will I I -all in the highest state of perfectionand
F. Vans Agnew-"Your ideas a- the Masons and Knights of Pythias. this a fact with. regard to W. C. :Jemj ; -I refuse to purchase in the company' GOLf ARTICLE IN yielding abundantly.

good, and alt"m ahnnt, t t.he..J1.tJ! >lan To no on mania i the good condition of 'j pie. He is a man of marked business I formed by, these Orlando business Mr. Aultman stated that his lettuce'
yet offered. I know the need ofa| t.he Odd-Fellows lodge 'due, but every Ability; ,' punsensea-a comfortable fori -, m'n wh.-m they decide.. to build their' lASTWffKSJSSU[ produced about eight hundred crates'

good dock, for I frequently have use member is an ardent worker for its :i tune and has the reputation of never road to this. city. Our people have a ta the. -acre, which netted him almost. -

. i for it'but the one now in use is value- upbuilding.COMPLtTLY. I having made a failure. reputation for progressiveness, as is one dollar per crate, and that his celery
.." 1.. ... for the reason that it is wholly I -- -- -- .- -- With such men as these. behind a evidenced by the way in which Kiasimmec -I would prove even a better and
j inadequate. to the needs of our peo- 1 movement to build an electric railway has growh from a flag stationto ATTRACTS TilE ATTENTION OFJ. more profitable crop. In connectionwith

ple besides being unsafe." CURED connecting the cities of Kissimmee, a first-class city in three years' HAMILTON GILLESPIE, EX. these there are thirty acres being .'
B. C. Miller-"It is the proper way Orlando and Sanford, theTTT is every time.Council put into condition for Irish potatoes.Of .
to go at it, and the. tIme to go at --p- MAYOR OF SARASOTA.Our this vegetable Mr. Aultman has

it is now, right now." Of RHEUMATISM one hundred barrels of his fall

., H. Clay Stanford"A splendir idea, -iSINCE. Orders Sidewalks in the issue of last which sold for seven dollars a barrel
ftnd I certainly hope the Council I I will on the New York market. The yield'
week that the of
S .i1Ce up the matter without a 010'ment's laying out last season of potatoes on this farm

: delay." =" ; t'01'oIll'O1'0(! ..FLORIDAFROM Laid on Many Streets a would ninehole'golf attract the attention' course of golf here enthusiasts I I was fifty-nine barrels to the acre of

Uann-"The best No. 1's.This.
C. W. thing yet
and as a Councilman will lend it my over the country has I farm is certainly the best ad-/
heartiest support. It would be a AGO;( -" WILL LIVE II ":HE. On Monday \ A. Vans Agnew vertisement Kissimmee has to offer
.. NO CITY IN FLORIDA WILL BE BETTER PAVED WHEN received a letter from Mr. J. Hamilton
cheap investment at twice the money. the. homeseeker, and it ,is hoped the
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'1\\ B.: L. Lesll'y-"Your plan is all THIS ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL HAS Gillespie by the Valley, at Sarasota Gazette, saying have: "I laid see Council will see its way clear to put

. right. I believe it is tine only way Tuesday last. the. Valley Gazette received nine-hole you he streets leading to it in first-class ,f
we will get a dock, and we all know a call from Mrs. E. W. Iurvnn ) BEEN COMPLIED WITH. out a golf course at Kissim condition as soon as possible, as more
1.' 'That ti dock is absolutely necessary to who moved to Louehman. four- there mee. to Count me in, and for I am the coming work people will visit it during the_ winter II:
,'.. the further and continued prosperity teen miles we t. of KisHimmee, nine -- of a fame" than any other point of interest.
' '' from Belle Plaine Iowa. your players. around the city.
of our city. weeks ago, I ? ,.
Mr. Gillespie at time lived in
J J. M. Willson Jr.-"Fine. I am Mrs. Duryea was en route to her old I At. the meeting of the City Council I in the South. in the. way of public im this city, and laid out a golf course We do not believe our people are
rf heartily in favor of it, and will get home to spend the holidays. Tuesday night a resolution was passed provements.Our of his which well fully alive to the wonderful advertises
: 'J" '' .. out and work for it. The people of During it most pleasant conversation -\ ordering sidewalks laid on the follow- I system of water works and by players own,from all was of patronized the ment the Aultman farm is to Kls-
, ': have dock stated that for Park Main is that of parts coun- simmee, or they would see to .it that
Kissimmee are going to a Mrs. Duryea ing streets: from to sewerage equal to any of try, until he moved to Sarasota, which
and I for one am truly glad the Valley years she had been a sufferer from Brack; Lake from main to Royal; the great cities. 'Our water supply city has since elected him to the. of- every itranger was induced to pay. it
Gazette has pointed us to such a rheumatism in fact to such' an extent Oak, from Main to Brack; Possiel is obtained from an artesian well of a visit.: To see more than thirty acres
1'' fr 4 simple and practical way. of getting\ that it had become chronic, and she' from Church to intersection of Sum- eight hundred feet deep that -flows .ftc., Within mayor.the nex.t few days letters of vegetables at this season of .the

:' "it." had about given up all hope of ever ner street; both sides of Sumner, nearly five hundred gallons a minute. will arrive here, stating many the writ. year is not only a hovelty but'very,
, Arthur E. Donegan."Nothing finding relief. She was finally induced Drury from Broadway to the rail- The analysis of the water shows it to who wintering in Florida will pleasingto the man from the North
ers, are
." wrong with your dock plan. It is all to come to "Florida and, she road. In all this makes about two be absolutely free from all bacteria I include Kissimmee in their itinerary, 01' West, who is accustomed to look'

: right in every way. The city is perfectly says, she has not. experienced a single miles of walk to be laid in addition to injurious to health. for the reason that they can enjoy a upon snow-banks and hover over base-*
able to build it., the people need ache or pain since she landed in thissection. that already contracted for. Our electric plant is up-to-date in I of golf on one of the best nat- burners from November 1st to April
F it, business demands it, and it.. should When this last order of the Council all its appointments. The streets, ural game courses in the 30th of every year. No literature, re* \ f
be built." Mrs."'Duryea further stated that she has been complied with, it. is possiblethat even to the remotest part. of the city; country. gardless( of how flowery it might be

would return to Kissimmee immediately K-JKsimmee will have more cement are' well lighted, and power is fur written, or in how glorious terms-the
after the holidays to remain pi-r- sidewalks than any other city in nished for operating machinery to possibilities of this section are pic-
- : liON. H. C. STANfORD 'manently, as she had no desire to. undergo -. )Fibrida anywhere near its size in our people at a very small cost. PROMINENT PEOPLE tured, will have the same effect' upona
the tortures. again that she has-| population.. We maintain a fire department thatis man seeking a home in the Southas

MUCH IN DEMANDAS been subjected to for the past ten i It is hardly two years since the agitation modern in every detail': The auto WINTERING HERE a growing vegetable garden or orange ..
j: ? years. "Money counts for little. in'' became"1marked for paved fire truck cost. five thousand dollars grove, and the Aultman gardens"re

this world when you have no health," streets. and cement. sidewalks, and today and has a speed.of eighty. miles an unexcelled in Florida or any
said Mrs. Duryea, "and as for .me I'll J I there are few towns in this cun- h6ur. other state.
take health every time place I i try as well equipped in that line as And as soon as the Council can see
yi' BY HOARDS OF' TRADE wealth, but here one can have both if KinHimmt'C, and still. the work is in its way clear provision will be made I UP WITH TOURISTS FROM thanks from all our' people: for whathe
they. will use a little. exertion. Since I i I its infancy. The Council and the peo- for building a first-class. dock, one has done and \is doing to demon-
i- IN FLORIDA CITIES.Y coming here nine weeks ago I have ,';: pie generally decided some time ago that will answer all purposes of both. I NORTH AND WEST. strata to the. newcomers the possibit-

not only paid my expenses but have that nothing should be left undone to business and: pleasure for years to'' ities and advantages this section ,offers -

fenced a ten acre tract of land and \i make Kissimmee the foremost city come. Mis Kathryn Walrath, of Conne- in the way of amassing a email '
Hon. H. Clay Stanford, president I had three. acres cleared out. of my earn- I aut, Ohio, arrived Wednesday for the fortune growing vegetables.HEADQUARTERS .
': "
. ,I of- the State Chamber of Commerce, ings. And any other person can do -- winter and is stopping at Mrs.. Hil-
h,., ad president of the Kissimmee Boar the same if they put forth the effort." torr's. .
i ," 4fl Trade, is constantly in receipt of: LAST PROMISSORY VENEERING MILLRUNNING GEN.:

i>itations to address Boards oC Ij
I : / redo in different Florida cities, and ; NOTE TAKEN UP OVERTIME : Mrs. S. A. Weare, of Omaha, Ill., '
while he fully appreciates the honor tOAD SURVEY j i arrived Wednesday for the winter. 0. 0. HOWARD POST 4 4NO.
i She has taken rooms at Mrs. Pinney's
and feels it ha
" : uuty to respond when .I -
,I\ f).,.;.' t. possible, .still his business interests IS COMPLETED'JENKINS&WOODHAM CITIZENS BANK PAYS TWENTY ONE I/UNDRED/ ANI SIXTY THOU 21 Sumner street.. -
I> here'are of such a nature at to force I 35, DEPARTMENT OF FLOR
'X.: :.t him to often deny himself those pleas THOUSAND DOLLARS OVER AND BOXES NECESSARY TO Samuel Hannah, of Beaver Falls,
". J.. Pa., arrived Saturday night to spend IDA G. A. R.-RESO-
:. ., ures.This week the Auburndale Board of I WILL FILE '! TO CITY TREASURER. PACK FRUIT IN SECfION the winter. in Kissimmee, and is stopping LUTIONS. .

Trade held its annual Jove feast and PROFILES ANI MAKE REPORTTO at the Graystone. .

4 -I |)inquet, and Mr. Stanford was urged TilE COMMISSIONERS.Messrs. J I I The last lap in the sixtyt.howsanddolla The veneering mill, located on the 4.
4" to be present, and much as he desiredto I. Ji 1 ? promissory note issue voted by lake shore, has been forced to run J. D. Butler, who came here this Whereas, it has pleased our Sunreme -
,- do so, these are Xmas times and i week from Charlotte, Mich., presented Commander to call 'from our
last has been and
( 'I. i the people summer night day the past two weeks to
3 lie owns a dry goods hoiise th'at is us today with some real apples.We ranks our comrade Dennie E. Lowell,
Jenkins & Woo ,,, ,'\\0, liberally he patronized by the public, and' completed the survey of the' county !i president, on Monday paying into the pack the citrus fruit produced in say real Apples advisedly for they whose residence in our community
as "my thousands in
says of were grpwn Michigan. and membership in our Post endeared
patrons Waittier hands of tk city treasurer the sum this section this
,; -' have the first call roads from Kissimmee to < season. .
on time. -
my the of thousand dollars. The city hundred and dim to us;
and will make their report to >i twenty one sixty thousand
1 L. A. Murphy and wife of Omaha Resolved Gen. O. Howard
by O.
has sufficient funds to meet all boxes of
Commissioners at their meet- now oranges, grapefruit
County Ill, arrived Tuesday, and will remain Post No. 35, of Florida G. A. R. that 4
demands until the taxes for 1912 and will be
ing the first Monday in January.This : | are tangerines shipped from until late For lIubmlslllonto 4M
POLK COUNTY WILL action of the Commissionersin collected, and the Council has levied I I I Kissimmee this season, which, probably Mr. and Mrs.spring. many have while we bow in humble
years Murphy the orders him from
ordering a survey,of this road is the the millage necessary to meet. thei is the greatest. amount since removing our l
made Kissimmee
their winter
j BUILD GOOD ROADS first step looking to a complete system -i city's needs in the future. the town was founded. This ranks; we convey to his beloved wife
of good roads over the entire. That a local bank that has been in has been an exceptionally good year our earnest and sincere sympathy in
Dr. H. J. Johnson of Wauseon 0.
this hour of her bereavement. Thatwe
existence less than three could for citrus fruits all
is Messrs. over Florida and
it ,
and probable years
---r county, but who ; short time
? s spending a at feel that while she mourns his
Jenkins & Woodham will be employed negotiate a loan to the city of such prices are holding up fairly well and
I Winderm where
he is
president of; absence she should take comfort from
OSCEOLA thousand will
of be better
of a vast sum money-sixty after the holidays
t to make a survey every important the Winder-mere Club
h Company was the she has that his life
" COUNTY from this city. dollars-speaks in the highest termsof I which fact will make the
LINE- SURVEY AL- highway leading money mar- in the city Saturday, and favored this was one of usefulness and influence
'1 The report of the surveyors will go its reliabilty, stability and good ket in the state much easier during office with a call. citicen
soldier and Christian.
READY MADE. the in which management. The Citizens Bank has the coming thin it as a ,
i into detail as to manner year was during
Resolved That Post charter be .
our 1
be built that would its board of directors some of the past. .
should among
j the road
Barbeau his
accompanied by in
draped mourning for thirty days in
condition to all need.-. the foremost men of this section, and I
.. W. E. Eschleman, president of the!! put it in answer worked- its president, lion. Arthur E. Done- II I friend Mr. Bebee of Silver Creek, N. memory of his membership; that a
Highlands Improvement without being continually I i PROMINENT YOUNG Y., has been spending a week or ten copy of these resolutions be sent to
Company at is the
that ia the report will show where gan, among leading financiers.
at the beautiful
days Barbeau :
Loughman, was in the city place his widow and that they be spread up.
Saturday of the South.
ti ,
be made ditches
A .V .and stated that steps had been taken fills hould drainage-- COUPLE on the island. They made a trip to on the records of our Post. .c
-4 by the commissioners of Polk county cut and hills leveled. II TO WED Bassenger last week in Mr. Barbeau's T. M. MURPHY

:. to' put the road from; Loughman to Capt. Moses Folsom few launch, and report a delightful outing. P. F. TWITCHEfL. !*
the Osceola county Une in first class Masonic Election.At I here this week spent a They returned North Tuesday, but M. W. PARKER. \\.
days old
.. condition, and that work would begin the meetingMonday night of and looking renewing after the acquaintances interests -- HENRY AULTMAN TO BE UNITED Mr. Barbeau expects to come down Comte.t" : '
later with his
,,. :i. at once. Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. &: I of the big edition the Times- IN MARRIAGE TO KATE family for a longer :: > ': ..
.',. It ow becomes the duty of our com- A. M., the following were elected of- Union will issue shortly. The Cap- stay. Mrs. E. L. Chapman of Lou ?hman//: ; .c;
; sioners O'BERRY ON XMAS DAY. spent yesterday shopping in this .. .
Bai to have the road from this the city. .
ficers to serve ensuing year: tain edited the St. Cloud T for
4 '4 ;jbune C. E.
.1 dty .to the Polk county line put in Roma Thomas, W. M.; W. W. Carson, I three years, during which time it was the Narcoossee Denig, southern Farm and manager Tovmsite of Mrs. Chapman recently returned froma .
six weeks in the
'k shape even if it became neces- S. W.; .Nt _C. Bryan, J. W.; F. W. considered one of the foremost newspapers Announcement has been made of the Co. with headquarters at Narcoossee star North-with ... .-'

'. . ,t'( r tto temporarily now Stalker, secretary; M. Katz, trauurer.p I i{ in Florida. approaching marriage, of Miss Kate was, a visitor to the city Monday to her get son back and to states Florida.e that she Is ,glad>.ttr JK. :. ._

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': '..'The Sirlesi Advertising, Told in: Our', ColumnsConvince

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,the People That Goods of Any Character or Value Can .. . . . _ . . . . . . .._ . . . . . . . . . L .. .. .. .. .. .- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. _. .. .. .. .. -. .. .. .. .. .. .....-.---. -. .- -. .- .- I- I- I-,-I I- I I I I I I J .,.
I _Be Purchased, : _From_Our_Merchant. 1 j i .

., professions Joy Peace and Good Will For Christmas ,T

much betterfit
I There was a time a few'yean that it : '
when some of our people went to other in with a pair of plow handles, butC.
cities to do their buying at Christmas W. Griffin is a' born grocery merchant Dinners
I time,,for the reason that the stocks His success proves it.
I Substantially Expressed atTayI'sCash
of goods carried by our merchant: I). R. Blenis Co. i I ., .
was not as complete as those to be This Is the original delicatessenstore I -' 1 Florida round steak, lb ___________nn.__________________.-_ 15c
4 found in'larger' cities, but that time of Kissimmee. There you will I ; Florida loin Steak, tb ____--___--_______--_____--____________ 20c
has passed, and today there is no find all the nice things to eat as wellas l Florida Porterhouse Steak, Ibnn---------------n---- ??c
city in the State that contains mer- the substantial things of life. If I Florida Rib Roast, tb _____,______--___--______--____________ '15 cantile houses more up-to-date than you wish to prepare a mid-day lunchor Grocery ; Florida! Chuck Roast, tb ----------______________----________' *nc
Kissimmee. It ia immaterial what a banquet. IMenis has the goods to I : Florida Chuck Steak, Ib>> ______________--____________ --_-" *0c
mar be the character or.price of the make it a success. Nothing is car- ; Western Pork Chops, Ib ______ ____________-____ 25c; two tbs 46c
1t article wanted, our merchants carryit ried in his store that is not. fresh, l Florida Pork Ham tb---------------------------------- __ ?0c

in stock. clean and pure. l Florida\ Pork Chops __ ____________________________________ 20c
f Ross Grave 1 Pkg. Raisins __ ____ ______ lOc 2 cans pres. Red Raspberries 15c

Carries a general line of hardware, Greater New York Ilf 1 Pkg. Cleaned Currants ___ _lOc 2 cans pres. Strawberries__ _25c Mutton)Florida Chops Pork ,Stew tb ,_ Ib---------------------------------------__ ________ ________--_______________ 20c
household /goods, furniture and agricultural This store has month been in and has already 1 Pkg. Hallowee! Dates .---_ _lOc Clover oom Butter --_-- ---_40c ; Mutton leg, tb ____--_____-_-______ -_-__________________________ 20c
__ -
implements, and is carrying here loss found than its a into the buying- I 1 Pkg. Smyrna Figs __-_ _- _15c Glendale Oleomargerine3Oc Mutton shoulder, tb ________________________________________ 16c ,
,,1 on a fifteen days' sale at actual cost way :1 t: 1 lt> Cala Prunes --- -- - lOc and Ham, I Ib
for cash. In his store will be found public's favor. It is above located Fraternity in the 2 Ibs Cala. Evap. Peaches---25c_ _ Fine Good-will Chocolates infancy Bacon, b'g=== :== ======= : :: =:::: =:::=::===::: : :: : :g I .

many articles suitable for an Xmas hall brick and building just full line of dry J 2lbs l Fancy Jo vap. Apples ___.25c boxs-,5 cents to $3.00 Butter, Ib _--__--_--___--_________--______--____--___--_--_ <0cSpringers
present. curries a 1 It Fancy F:vap. Apricots 15c The largest and best Apples Bananas tb 20c
II. C. Stanford Co. goods, hats, shoes It i.and owned ladies and andmen's 1 Large bottle stuffed Olives 25c Cranberries etc., and a full Turkeys, Ib --:--------------------------------------a------==:===:::::::: :::..:::::::::::::::::------ 27ttc
man- __ _ ____
s, One of the original merchants of clothing.Mr Adolph Rosenberg, one 15c size Pickles _. ___ lOc line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Western Round Steak, Ib _____ _-___________--___-_______--__ 20c
I Kissimmee, one of the firms that hast : aged by Western Porterhouse Steak, Ib------------------------------ 30c ; ( I

I grown with the town, that has broad- I of chants.Florida's most successful mer- Western Sirloin Steak, Ib n___ __._._____-_n________________ 25c 4 5'
ened out both in amount of business
done stock carried. There are Mann & Dann. THE TAYLOR'SBROADWAY
'f and
it few houses in Florida that carry a I'I I This is. the latest addition to Kis- ;
more complete stock of dry goods simmee's line of up-to-date grocerystores Hull Bass Market'
clothing, notions, shoes, hats and mil '' and already .holds a place in :'
linery. Anything and everything the 'the front rank of successful bus AND QUICK
nesses. Dann & Dann are men who
man, the woman or the child needs, in
' the, way of correct and comfortabledress I would make a success of any businessbut II I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I MM I I I I I II I I I I I I I III I I I I II H
the H. C. Stanford Co. carries. for the grocery line they are
eminently fitted. We have yet to finda

,',:: 'i __ section The person of Florida who Katz's.for has even lived a in week this j purchase man who made was at dissatisfied this store. with a SPECIALSFOR Dann & Dann

< I, and has not heard of Katz's has had Cole's Jewelry House.
' no occasion to purchase dry goods, This jewelry house is a wonder to ,,
I' I,, notions, clothing or hats. The name strangers who come to Kissimmee. -
Katz has been held in esteem in this The first question they usually ask CHRISTMAS WEEK -- - --
section for a quarter of a century, for is "how On earth does such a mam- I
1 he has dealt honestly by all his pa- moth establishment live in a town of HEADQUARTERS FOR STALL-FED FLORIDA BEEF.

il trons. His goods are honestly bought, this size?! T-UH house would l be a Fancy York Imperial Apples. _________________ ________per basket 25c There With the Goods1!
honestly sold, and no man ever made I credit, to a city ten times the size of 16 IDS Granulated Sugar _____--_____________________________$1.00 Always

a kick to Katz in vain. lie makes Kissimmee, but then it demands requires such I Ib Clover Hill Creamery Butter ____________________________ ____40c I,
his word of nucri- a house to meet the of our
good regardless people The stock of goods is not excelled 24 tbs Pillsbury's Flour _______________________________________90c lbs '
flee or cost. 15 Granulated Sugar ___ ___ _ __ _ _ _ __ _.$1.00
in the toOsceola 6 Cans Baby Pet Creat _________________________________________25c - -- --- -- - -
Dann's Department Store.Last 74 tbs Pillsbury's Best Flour _-___ ___- _ _ _ _ _______ ___________90c 't'
week the Valley Gazette con- Hardware Co. 2 Cans Preferred Stock Corn ______n_--_____--_ n______-___ ___-25c
3 2Ib Cam Tomatoes ___ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ __25e
tained a short article on the "Evolu- The old reliable house of this sec- 3 Cans Polly Prim Cleanser _ ___ ______ __________________________25c 2 Cans Corn - --- -- -- h------ _
tion of C. W. Dann in mercantile'' tion of Florida. There you find any- - - - -- -- --- -- - -- - -u- ------- -----_.ZSc 1' r.
I 121b Can Munt Desert Lobsters ________ __ __ __ __ 40c
-- ---- -------- -
life," telling how he had developed thing for the house, the farm the Pie! PeacheL pe'.C8D __ .___- __---_ t5s-
--------. -from a penny shop keeper to proprietor :"grove, th5-garden( ;-whether 1tt>e hard- 1 ;2tbCan- Kippered l-iiintf --nr=:--_-:.r-::_==--=-:.-=-_-::::-:::=:cc =25c Grapefruit dozer----------------------------------------4 ",.

'' of a three-story department ware, furniture or implements of any 3 Bottles Sauer's Extract _. ___ ______ __ __________ ______ _______25c Good Bacon,per lb--------------------------------------------1&c. I
store. )Harm's store comprises dry''' character It carries a stock of goods 6 Packages Argo Starch _ ____ ______I:____ ____ ___ __ ____25c per \:)
nn u u Irish old ____________________ !
4'--' ladies second to no house in middle Florida Potatoes per peck nn. ___________40e ?;
clothing, notions, ready-
goods 6 Packages Washing Powder, kind, _________ ________ _25c.
shoes and hats, and has a State-wide reputation for any u nu n 'Irish Potatoes, new, per peck ____ __ __ _____ ___ ____45* f''r t
,, to-wear garments, -- n n nn
6 Bars __ ___ __ _ ______ ______ ____________ ____25cI i -n
x and the entire third floor is devoted' honest dealing and strict attention to Octagon Soap -- -- Kerosene oil, Five gallons _____________________________________65c ,d
131.I Annie Cherries _________________.:_______________25c
/ r to the 5 and 10 cent department. It.,. business. Can Royal 'Gasoline, five gallon _ ____ ______________$1.10 \ .i' ,
,i matters not what you want, Dann has ; A. S. Gilbert's I 31b Can Apricots __ ___ _____ h___ ___ __u___ __ n____________25c I nnuu- -- - w
'ir"l;'\ it to sell. | The Main street merchant who not 13th 1 Can Green Gage Plums ___________ ________________ ___ __ _25c CHRISTMAS NUTS, FRUITS AND CANDIES OF ALL KINDS FRESH. ;F t'I
carries full line of ,
Lincoln's Restaurant. ;-only and a ladies garments dry goodsnotions but 3 21b Cans Victory Tomatoes __ ________________________________25c We will take pleasure in preparing Special Boxes to order. I I II ,

eat There while are others some eat people to live who, live but to if I' makes a specialty of Xmas toys, andit 2 2Ib Cans Maine Blue Berries _______ __ _____ _______ __ ___ ___ ____35c I

makes no difference to which faction or | is said more mothers visit his storein I lib Can Asparagus Tips ____n_-_______ --___ _ ___ _n__________25c "pa
A class you belong Lincoln's restaurant the capacity of playing Santa New Potatoes Green Cabbage, Lettuce, Turnips Green English Peas, Fresh

t 4 to makes your a face specialty and creating of bringing a desire smiles for city.Claus lie than carries any other a complete house line in the of From Aultm n's Gardens Daily. Nuts, Candies and Fruits of all kind Broadway and Darlington Avenue

useful household articles, and his
r a longer life. The eatables he serves '
are cooked right, served right, charged prices are wondrously low. C. W. GRIFFIN
z'' for right and he is one of the few W. H. Makinson Co. i I Telephone Orders Filled Promptly.
restaurant keepers that eats his own It makes little difference what you
''c' grub, therefore it must be good, clean want in the way of furnishing a -
and wholesome. I home implement for the farm or the ...
at -- -- - --- - -- --- - - -- ---- -- -- -- --- --- ------- --- - -------1
Rull Bass' Meat Market. equipment of a store, Makinson has ,
,..:. There is a sign thrown on the slide it for sale. It is the largest and
'at local show that reads most complete all\ round store in this
a picture i
section and while he makes As Few for the Xmas Basket '
"For meat to eat that's nice and i a speci- a Specials
sweet,' Rull Bas,' market can't be j alty of hardware, wagons, wire fencing -
'; beat," and it tells a fact. verything and farming implements, he car- '
'old there is good and pure and fresh,' ries a good line of machinery, belt.
whether it be a roast of beef, i ing and general builders' supplies. THE' D. R.. BLENIS GROCERY >, '
house steak pork or. sausage porter-I Kissimmee Furniture Co.
_4 Taylor'sFor mense stock.of furniture that is soldon '
the past year this store has I most reasonable aerms. Mr. Rush,
had a weekly sale of some on 3 or more the manager, thoroughly understands
articles in the grocery line, and from that line of goods and has purchasedsuch has to offer
y; the success he has achieved it is certain I articles for his mammoth stock
his numerous customers are as would fit well in the home of the
u pleased. There is nothing you desirein day laborer or that of the millionaire. I
| eatables he can not sell you, and Waring Trading Co. ,
Wf a that, too, at prices that will not overtax General hardware dealers and house DRESSED TURKEYS CELERY CRANBERRIES
your purse. furnishers. The company carries a }
''i C. W. Griffin. large and varied stock and is all new .
The grocery store on Main street and up-to-date in every particular.At .
that possibly has fed as many people I present a big reduction sale for LAYER RAISINS GENUINE SULTANA RAISINS PLUM PUDDING
1 as any house in middle Florida. There I cash is going on which is being lib-
are some men following trades and erally patronized. -


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Phone 92 ;
Kissimmee. Fla.. Dec: I II.I 1912. .

Hunter 202 Andrus Land Company Building. I Corner Dakin and Broadway \'s':.

Minneapolis. Minn. --- ---_- i
r Gentlemen: It

We, th undersigned visited the Kissimmee prairie on December - - -- .. b
7th 8th. 9th and 10th. Thanks to the courtesy of your Company we I : I1III I II I I I I I I II I I II I I III+III I I III III II II IIIIII 11' ''i

were driven in automobiles over 300 miles of the Kissimmee prairie.We .
saw on our visit we should think, about 250.000 acres of the Kis- A Dollar Saved I : LAST CALL. ; :

simmee prairie and examined closely some 80.000 acres of it, including j
the Lake Marion tract and the Hunter Land Co., tract. We looked : I''

I carefully at the condition of the orange groves in end about the is a Dollar Made : CALL LONG DISTANCE PHONE 1079. t tof

I prairie at the crops growing on your farm at the stock kept at your -

demonstration farm including the hogs both wild and thoroughbreds o o I : Just a few more days. Perhaps yqu haven't the time '
and we take this opportunity of heartily endorsing T
your proposition. to come to Tamps and visit our store. All right that need (
We found the land to be as represented; and in proof of our good j : I
not hinder from having the
opinion of the Kissimmee prairie and the possibilities thereon we I you privilege of purchasing 1
o have in the past two day in a party of eight purchased 1,200 acres Get some of that $25,000 I your Xmas gifs from our immense stock. Call us on the i

I.' of this land. We only regret that our means prevent us from pur- worth of Hardware phone. (No. 1079), and we will serve you just as consci- I

chasing more. We beg to thank you for.the treatment that you accorded new i entiously and satisfactorily as if you were making personal

_ _ to us and for the opportunities you have given not only of and Furniture being sold selection.
teeing this land but the whole of the surrounding country. We have i'

N't' great faith in the future of our purchases and in the possibilities for at 20 Per Cent off regular 'I

settlement on the Kissimmee prairie. I .Wishing all our friends a Christmas
marry merry and
Yours truly. .
CC''AR W. HARRISON. Carnduff. Sask.. Can. prices. Everythingnewanduptodate. i thanking'them for the more than liberal patronage, we are' ,


't B. S. HAWKINS. Red Wing Minn. Yours truly, h
"' F. A. HARBOTTLE. Carievale. Sask., Can.

.eo" 'J, H. S. HUNT. Goodhue. Minn. I
r, U R- A. ANDERSON. Carnduff. SasL. Can. Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co.

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I r a \ PutMie.-, ..:--..,.>nre,rIM' -.,*'who. .are"notmiut'not : nP' the'name of ""Land.. 'of.Mower*"'KM theStateof .. In.-ths-ssme"asin-NortherrrFlorida South :.Florida, diversified farming -,' Insure: your Crop :
for; many year* been-a1ven 7&r; .
Tea...., fah.criba.; think that it is, Florida .and because of the and -'also small canneries to utilize

"' hits kktwtwn of the 'pub .lteri. to later do.: beauty. of .th*' nameand because of the1 large.amount, of :vegetable that" "/>
, : our enviable climate, we/ have' been go to waste (withAA 3Y
,; "', : j ,sttwyta'ef theaa:the;: ubc. ptton" pricey as it is more or Ie.s'content to speak: of,our ir '3. Stimulating by assistance from'
great State, a* "The Land of Flow ; county State, and front *
malted to them :' our Board: era," the 'term to u..qieanln..but, . 'lit;.,: sources of the Boys' Corn Clue and
the Girls' Tomato- Clubs. Tom much
of County for the purpose tle.It ha been many yean since .P ncCl :cannot be'said or,done along this line BRADLEY

I ; acquainting them with the ,.advantage De Leon discovered."PascuaFlor. ,Help the boys and girls to love the ,
many '
Ida/\' and there have been mangy; farm and to And remuneration in their

r and opportunities.,thi* town and county offer __ Changes In J The .Land of Flower J.laborer and we will not have to be .. .
since this proud old Spaniard raised: worrying about the "Backf'lo, Xhe tnd ,
the'bcJDeaeeker.;: The paper will be mailed a' the flag of Castile on.our. native, Movement." how' 'and, when y
/#< educational facilities\ for i THE f. ,
f ew'weeki shores and claimed for'Spa( the newly : 11; : :
,to any person whose name b'l1yen" in the '
found land., our country boys and torts ; to'use fertilizers are t
;" 'us,'and if they should desire to receive it' regularly Looking' back 'over' these years II I common school course' teach' agricul ,
since the landing'of Ponce Oe Leon, ture. (I all l important.. '''First1
thereafter, we,, would be glad' to put and noting the snan) changes that ;i 6. The farmers cooperation! demOnstrative : 4
have taken, place, we ought no longer work has don. a great deal decide for what, you, r rt
them on our: subscription. list 'at: the regular to. get lost In the music: of the name '' toward,, stimulating our ,farmer toward -
to :. State beter farming but' wo need fertilizing and then
so long given our glorious
rates.. a >
i I "The Land of Flowers,' we shouldadd something better than mere telling a m *i HW '
another name which, Is in keeping -' man how to farm. We need in each work to ''that''end..
with the progress 'which has been county a demonstration farm whereour
I M made and which will stand without boys may go and see how the land Second, learn what
change for many years to come; "The is prepared, how< the seed is planted
Land of the' Greatest Possibilities. ho wfertilized and how,cultivated. Instead certain, formulas are made for ,and
Florida then is no longer."The Landof of having the county ralllen at
Flowers", but it' is the land of the court houses and only c few inattentive I when to use them. Fertilizers 'rich ii' ,

Some e' sunshine,,. andof possibilities listeners, have the rallies at .
.$ :Holiday: Bargains'' ; ,' " ," :' the demonstration farm (which ought! soluble: ammonia: "'are ,made for' rapid ;a

', The"year book issued by the U 8.. to be centrally and conveniently located '
I.t! We'(have '.everal' beautiful' lob in Bureica Addition with a Department of Agriculture for 1911, ), and ,there 'actual, ,.demonstration growth}.._,_while,_thpse, ,, for'' fruiting ,are ;'

;'U'' I ,.pretty view of the town and lake, htese lots'' are 63 feet wide and cover says:' one"The of the South,richest.Atlantic areas of States undeveloped .'can,Land be and made.6. Agricultural.- Credit. : is I designed, to make, the ,.fruit and, carryit < pl

+_' 1 Unfit feet, deep, ,excellent high ground with some ehade, trees. I agricultural wealth ,in'' the a necessity.' It is a known fact that t '
'I These, Jots,are', growing more valuable 'and will, be worth. several, : United States. .' the small farmer pays more for his ,I through, to, maturity, ,
," I time. the present price before very long.' I The semitropical'ellmte' of .Flo... money than any one else, and the fact I .. "

r; We still),have several five-acretrad.,in Pinedate, the I Ida gives rise to. agricultural condi- that: ,, the commercial' banks canno6lend BRADLEY FERTILIZERS
; other humid climate for long periods, 'make ,
tione In money
' existing no I
logical place for beautiful suburban homes can be purchased on '
fir! : the loans to the farmer in at sense em. :
,,. ) terms'of half :cash; balance on time, Price $50 to $75 per acre.- "No eastern state receives same harassing I to him and to the.bonks as I '
.. , We have near the..City li.mis| a five-acre tract of land with good amount of sunshine. well." -' I 'are jto balanced ai, to supplythe; ; early plantfood;
f 'artesian well -and fourroOm.huBe. ( land "*partly :In cultivation, ,"Florida produces the most delicate The follwing'pian'copied'from The forstaUt"and' foliage atrjthe proper+ 'time, ''and'I tater

'&; Price. '$1,000 one-third'' cash, balance terms to suit the purchaser. of fruit winter.and vegetable' ', crops. in the"* dead. Montgomery in Alabama Advocate, and is it being Is worthyof considered to i furnish the' proper proportions of phosphoric acid' ,

t We have'a 20-acr farm owned by a Kana man about twoI "A combination of irrigation 'and consideration in this Stata., and.potashi: to mature' the J fruit and improve "ita '

I miles from the city limits with a four-room house, stables, splen drainage has transformed lands pro.. Land Congress Plans to Finance quality.,

' did"'srtesian well, 8 acres cultivation( balance in pasture. Price ducing celery 'Valued at $2,000 per '' ,,*' S
., $1,250!on''favorable" terms ,of payment, acre, for one, be crop.taken" from(Two this or same more ''"Mr. Harding is the author'-of the Write,.us today,for booklet'mailed, ,free., ',, *

'. 40 acres of land, three miles from the city limit of,Kissimmee, land crops each may year.) plan to'afford permanent banking..
r ; "about.oneand, one-half .acres of bearing'.orange: trees,' plendid: 8-, The following is taken from a ,, recent cilitler'for the farmer of the State. The American Agricultural Chemical! eo.pi
half In in the Florida He .explained fully his Idea MS to the '. cksee. .
room house; good stables,, or more cultivation article appearing "UleiTtipiilineeilJP.
k to show this farm and introduce to the owner. Times-Union: "The year book of the formation and working of a million O.'Bo:216. ,JaclcsonriH 4
We want' you you' I Department of Agriculture for 1911 dollar central mortgage and loan com {*:Florida.: ,
'- '!( l a'line proposition ( is the strongest kind of a booster for( pany. Senator Spragin presented a

Twenty acres of land, two miles from town.fine shade about Florida. If the farmers of other plan whereby degree of local guaranty .,, ,, / ,
I ':- the 'premise, five-room house, small bearing grove in a splendid States would' make a habit of reading was secured through the formation ,. x

'fruit district This can be bought at a bargain and on favorable It, Florida would fill up with people portions of smaller of'"the"companies Stale, wl'teU in different wuuld-I __, ___ ______ _____,_____'!.___. __ __, _'_ .

terms'of payment" more rapidly an anyotner State have direct supervision of loan and .. ' .
x ever has'before.A E.tablU1te4 ;la.biirar Yoail.ek.r i ;
; We have 40 acres of land about one mile from railway station, which would obtain through the cen- -, '

'school.and church, five acres of'grove, 4-room house, 2 porches, Florida Booster. tral company such additional ',money J. S. STANTO.M" &' CO.. '
land in 'cultivation. This "The year book of the Departmentof as that locality would' absorb, all WHOLESALE :P, ,DUG ..
s stables and about half the ,
} ,good ; prop- Agriculture does not furnish tables loans to be not exceeding the legal OOH.I.MMMT., J
'ertyjcan be. purchased,. for,$3,500 on most favorable termsof, pay-. showing-the production by States of rate of interest.' ,.According President .P.O"T" "MCNPHIS.J1"SNN.... ; I iOr..m.f.
"R 'ment.'' :A fine place to extend the grove and, do farming and truck- I small crops' such as cabbage, onions, Thompson; 'it is the difference! .. ", r.peirult7' ; .V.gMa'1Ql..f
" lettuce, celery tomatoes, nor of fruits between commercial banks and banksof
ln.. ./ ,
and berries. These are Florida's investment that needs legal dis
i .., W. have fine large grove, stock farms, property.and, vacant principal sources of wealth and so- wecan't tinction' in regards to> taxes on cape .. :

Vii, lot at bargain price Correspondence solicited.NELSON' put Florida's best foot ..fore tal.. As individuals can lend and not i

most. But let's make a comparison be subject, to the'dual tax of .wi v.e ..v.... eoe.omr oe t ouuooeei! .,","'.OLiKTOoitrV. ,,
of the larger of which this State capita :
the and the
crop on mortgage on
,,.. produces comparatively little.becausethe it Is believed that the corporation wilt f .
o. rOtiz na' Banlt' K1SSIMMEE;,.FLA. fruit and vegetable crops. "are" aa stand on this same, foundation when G.: G. McCL' INTOCK'J

; -, ' ,-. much'more profitable.of' .land* *Florida properly,presented.. This is the only 'Wholesale Produce Commission:- Merchant :
"On 636,000acres obstacle now in th of one'of tbeereatest' -
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produced 'last, year- 9,286,000 bushelsof financial' movements ever Sale_W.rtli. Front StrMt. el.kla, P*
{ ; .The United States -SPBCtALnBII- v
corn. auncheddeelaresMr'Thmpson. A '
2L&2,190,000.aushels) .'on, '. 106326,000acres public proclamation of the purpones ALL. CITRUS FRUIT .. SOUTHERN VEGETABLES'-.. PINEAPPLES. .. l
' -'" --about twenty-four bushels will IN CAR LOTS O. LBH' "
per and,objects of the new concern _
So acre.The\ Florida corn was' worthon be made.' ? ' V"' When'you start shipping Citrus fruit mait'me-the Mil'of lading and

'Let Proof ',Show the Proof the;farm 80 cents. per' bushel, or 7. A' rigid law,, should be passedagainst I will advance you money on It. If you nave
912 per acre,,while that of the whole "Wild-cat land schemes." Reference Commercial
none.< : ,AH! Ageenckanand'te in general.:
: country averaged 61 cents per bushel, These' wild-cat l end- schemers have Your : tree ,

We are State Repreaentetlves for the $14.64 p.r'scr.. So the>average of done the Southern States more harm 41-13-pd. 'O.. G,, :McCLINTOCK.: ,K .
k the United States ,Is only $2.64 more than any other one thing. 'Just re.cently i
;BEST PUMPS GAS ENGINES on a crop that must be the only crop a real estate man in West Florida -:'- 'v. ;

: grown on. an acre thanthe Florida sent his ad to a ,noted Chicago: '
< and Marine grwer gets on ope- of a 'number of Land Journal and the ad was promptly -
All Kinds Stationary
.nd" "On 43,000 acres of .land Florida had been so many fake advertisements C : ga\
," produced 580,000 bushels of oats worth from this State till this Journal could i1 1 I .. tK

.Engines Boilers Hoisting, Engines 435000. The United States produced not take the risk' of publishing '>any
: .. ,, 992,298,000 ,bushels ',worth $414- real estate ads from'}'Iorid.. 1 '

1,/ ':,. :and Carry aGeD.eraiLine of,Supplies 663,000 on 87,763,000.acres.- The av 8., We'need. cold-storage plant atooqvenient ?l .
; i erage Ivalue of the product'' per' acrein < place. throughout the
" _'I for all Purposes Florida was 10.12, and in 'the State. N.''one thing ii more needed

;i<,:' .,* .. .... .. United States $10.98.per acre., to stimulate our farmer to raise morehogscows "
!R ,_, ,"Florida produced an average of chickens and egg..*'\If 1 ,
'.:,/i. \ THE H.'IE.<,PLOOF 'MACHINE CO. ninety bushels of potatoes worth am c, properly>; advised there is not a
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The United States
4130.50 per acre. cold( storage ''plantbetween Pensa'cola ,
. produces an average eighty-one and Jacksonville.: "

:,;. Local, .. -and.,. Long, ,Distance,-- .. ,,.Phone.?. S . -. 4<.at....It luthejs 'worth 64.60 per ocre. Florida ( -' 9. Florida' has millions or! acres of S L '
... beat the average of the country a land that needs ,to'be cultivated f.)
.4 little' more than' two it is ,Incumbent on"our'next- Legislature.

' + : .' "C" _.- ", ' " _" v, I.- "' "Florid averaged 1.3:. tone of hay ''to'pal. a practical',Immigration
:,; worth The United
: 23.67 per acre. law. We'are doing-what' we canto
State averaged 1.1 tons worth $16.50 answer'-all inquiries promptly and 1 to c .
" , 'Vi'e"x'" ,i, Long Distance per .acre., In hay Florida.'averaged'' the best -of our ability, but when It is +

L '- 1 Phone 296- nearly 60 per cent''more in'' value..per. undentood 'that "we neither''have'the, ... mom'
h j Adyertisin acne' than the United States ({Continued op'Page''lOr':) S' '
i\: "Florida produced on an average of 1
.t 940( pounds of tobacco worth $$263.20 '
: the ..:..A.tthing: against, an- average 'for, the UnitedStates KE >
lS'saym' | P'1IIEItIDNEVSsyHealthis'
r : g ; 894.. pounds,' .,worth $84.13.

1i" at' the" right time Florida's tobacco yield more.than( '..-. w & ... yw
1 ., three times a* much per acre an that Worth''Siang, ..nd'Some '
.. whole. .
'' of the country as '
iii the right''way Kissimmee..People'Kfnow How1'. to'
"Florida grows cotton-a little less ,
/ '
" ,, per acre than that of.the other states Save,It. ''The'best'gift:

Yi J ,Y;ff We make a i ecjaltJ':) of planning.'priparin/i/ T-the. figures are not given; but it is t'''\ _'-' '''. 1..
f.tial,' '"' "' literature ,and conducting campaigns'' for of the Sea Island vt ,
}, ';:''(:.;:" ,Land Companie. Boarda Qt Trade. Munici! .. twice as--much-per the up-'. lives in their hands neglecting the ,! ', .
,' :" palitle* and Individuals.! ... land cotton grown In other States. know
: '. } kidneys when they these organ '
/ <,' .. : "The farmer of the Middle ,t. ''w "
if:1: ",, f", r ' average need, help.; .Sick,kidneys* are I respon 'There sn a< man.
: of land and
' West could sell 100 acre.
'' '

:\j\\ \ < ADVERTISERS with'.the' which: proceeds, would buy yield; 300 i,acres film ,,at inFlorida and.Ible"ill health a'vast,' but amount there is of no J suffering need to '. S ;'anywhcre who w uld 1 t.' +
:; ; GLENN-REAGIN UseUoan's more' l
: much.-value.as600 acres'-of suffer nor Kidney-to remain Pillsremedy! ,in, danger.,, thatMa I jbc ;than; delighted'
'; Western 'land could produce''and cured thousands' f,kidney I suffer, to receive a' \YlctorVictrola' ;-
" Jfi". t 'TAMPA FLqRipA which{ in'a few years, will sell for .. !
,; ..} .: , tt. more..than, Western land' per aere. ers.. 7, w -, ; ' on Christmas
.. The'following.statement-leaves: no .
: :\ 'H' -- 5- Crop .by crop Florida'wilt ,averagehigher for doubtX; ..:.., ' 'Vtctor-Vlctrol. XIV. *1SO /This' wonderful musi'M.6.s. '
.it _' ,_ .____ -- than nearly any other, State ground r 'I ",, / ;
B. Fr Rails, St. Cloud,,. Fla.,.cyst"In j ,
h" ;. QDrQUCX )OJOOOIQQD Y.UOOOCi and the crop compared is the only one 'view' of *my' experience with 1, Y.f&s catinsti-Umentis'thcldeat:
} :' '< ,'$,, QA.CA8a0N.:: ;: r. A1CaAN7Oan. .L'i.LUPFCL, '''I in. other States and 'only ,one of 'a Doan's.Kidney Pills, I believe them to '
: !
number .grown ,on the same land' in Christmas sift i and.''the wide ; of prices,
.: .8 mtary
; be a'valuable
) :; !" w.- VMId..t. ,. tor semedy.for 'kidney I
: '
: thi State.. When the".facta.beoomefJIly
r,,' ,. .i ,known the+rush to Florida .will trouble.'I, think ,.my'complaint' wasbroul'h& 1 ,puts; it,within.:reacK, of all--i5; $25*,,; $46 $50,
..train'on back '
'on the
be greater"than- ever. was the rush to. from working by atmy.desk. I my.,, bpd: ; ,intense II ,,'$75JOO ':$IS0.$200.' ,
: Oklahoma. ;

t 4 4; ; KIS] IMMEE .LUMBER, CO.:,; only The necessary above.figures'! that-our being" people trueIt'wake/ ;is the, secretions,pains through from, my my',kidney.kidney'.wet'f and I :: Don't.longer'deny: your' farnilr.the I pleasure

,., u to a knowledge of ,the,opportunlr unnatural and too(; frequent in passage ' derivedfromtheVictorVictrnla.Stopiintodayand' ? l
",, ,' l', ,,- also containing heavy sediment, i i
1''; c jt"(e. that T ..lie/before/,, ; them.:' .; Deciding to check the,trouble if' po. ; get a line ion. this Ideal, Christmas. gift: 4' y.

I :l- ; 4t., Roneh 1 and:Dressed + 'Nary'Thlnp.. Bible, I ,p red'a supply of,'Doan'a I ,,, be
: ,, Terms ypur converiience, ;
I shall enumerate some of the Kidney, pill and.began their u.*. to .suit' ;, ;; an., I ( >r

things necessary to be done to"'place Relief soon followed,, and after'' I' bad "arranged ,1-d z .. ,
J) LUlIBERXi" Florida in the forefront of all the taken the contents of a few boxesIwas.In ; 1I'CcL'"J ; .
rPINaE : States'' |in ,the Union but, spare will good health. I am pleased to ::.-a <:-'-
: : admit' of free discusEfol of
not a '
: Doan's i Pills ,
Kidney strongest
give my '
time. ..
'r.S ,, each topic as this endorsement.? .. _ ,
. -'- "
,. .... Diversified: firming2. -; '
r = .For sale by' all'' 'Price-60 "I ;
,, t .; E > .less In'1 Northern cotton -should and Western be'raised,F1or.Ida and New York, 'eolea&8nts for'the Unit' R.DeWitt) : Brown t.
; ; HtttS"(A :SPECIALTY ed States. ,
'. .J. ...... : we should torn more to the raising of Remember.' the name--Down's=and -
'f \ '' '
bay, sweet and .
sugarcane ('
take 'other. s
,... 1' ,,"c Irlstr.'ptatoea;' peanuts, 'etc4, Jand' to t '' '/ / ' A -. .. t '

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(; ,. cent. This ,,is. but a matter' of''8du-
'Earth cation. I have' frequently stated and l
Peace ;
\ If-'it is.;Shoes oft ; ; CANE: again assert, that first-class granulated Christmas Present. .
} you, ; STATISTICSS sugar can! be made from Floridicane I !,
_ . . .. . _ __ ., ,
..\\.d d. - - Good Will To .......... at.;a lard"profit ""when eelling "- -" '' '' ' ;: t 11
than ,' .,
want for* sugar at it costs to'producebeet'
, ,
' < Men : FLORIDA OVERLOOKS BIG THING intelligently Sugar{ that placed if, these before facts the' were American 1f.

Q aRlSTMAS'go - - a farmer and capitalist! the enorv ,1
'P sums now ':being")Invested, in beet cuU ." 'ol for':iy'aber' f
/I I! When in searck a present
'ENOUGH SUGAR : LviNp't x you are
.pANE: tune and manufacture weld be divert .
,to'Whid: n s /The, season ofJoy,, and II ed to the sugar belt of the South and ol! tie family or' sweetkeart, sad you are.''puxxledat, to. what .))1
STATE Tp:PRODUCE, ENOUGH/ ? particularly' to, Florida. : ' immense Use of ,1
Peace Goodwill'and at look over our ,
\ ,. The over to bay, 'call in our;,;store. :
Cheer It : ii' SUGAR. TO. SPPLY THE ', world produces 38OpO- and that will i be useful and will be, if
inhere you can 'select again ppoi 000,000 pounds of sugar annually and useful things give something .

.:.and.we arenot.junmtndful; . ""; FNTIRE.:COUTNTR!;i. .. ,__, of this amount the United, States. eonsumer -' ressesaWrecl for"years to come., ., -' , '$i t?' ::1 '
,; -7,200,000,000 pounds Orne.rly t
7 l .'f rorn. the' best ,of 'the, many, kindnttttt one-ilfth, of the world's ?pro rednc'e our stock before We move 'and are ,,;;
We want to
1" ,
: 'shown u*, during our first duction. ;.This country, however, only ..
Mr. 3* 'A. Pride, general industrial good values.
produces' annually.1.100.000,000, malting exceptionally .
I some :
i ; stock in town. year hereYoufriends. agent of the Seaboard Air'Line rail. pounds of'Mugar'so is neses-' /
rv 4 , :, have' : way embraces in>a'.one-page advertisement .' sary to buy the great bulk -of' its !{ It'u: .oru'de.;: to please: .We wisk our many custom'' ; /y. '
kw : -in'' a current ''Issue'' of' the t.
: sugar from foreign countries." ; 'The '
made it,possible for us' to Manufacturers' Record a condensation Hundred''' million
jt.. i .AU'new-and: ) upA 'Succeed be"ond'our high of facts and figures in referenceto paid to foreign countries' could .
J sugar that is of more than passing well 'be' kept'at1; home: by' developing
; I.
eat :'expectationand to interest to owners of Fells- ,
to-date. especially I our own resources, for'sugar production .
farms.'which'have+ been demonstrated '' -' T
mere (
I* you 'we pl.die'oura.tve. to as being specially adapted to -, ..- -. .
strive unceatingty for' our the culture of sugar 'cane either; for I 04040400004'0440000' '' Kissimmee Furniture'Co.: |

; ;, guaranteewith mutual benefit for the sugar or syrup In this -article, Mr, :100 ,Cp ; ,
Pride says: ; Phone'sT t: -1
ST.. CLOUD. I .\
comimg year and to fight "The clear exposition based uponfacts ;: "
: ; :each: pair. for lower price*'ana" better prepared by State Chemist R. E. 1'00044 .. 4600440444004. 4' I II 1111I. 1111'1111 I III III1 II I I II I II I I I I iiiiinii I itm, .L ,I'
Rose of --Florida and some of whichare : ,

P' ;-: qualities, than you have presented )here, of the opportunityIn : (Omitted last.week (for'lack of space) r :I"'f
: ever had before. South Florida for the succesful Mr. Cal Reid, a well .known theatrical '''.I,

r' "FrIends of a Fair Deal"' growing of cane?,and the consequent;; manager of Qincinnattl, Ohio; +11 ininti I II I Illlii I I1I1. I I I I I I I I II I ,I !1_II II I I I I .-) I ".
/ opportunity to manufacture syrups, who is resting here in town-after a
t' #., is taking definite'shape and much in.. hard aeaaon'. work, 'has been traininga -
; f terest has been manifested in .the troupe of lady minstrels for i
1 THE WEST KiSSIMMEETAYLOR'S, State. the benefit of young a local charity. The ii ON ITS MERITS i

"The United States send abroad entertainment will be given in the G. [FERTILIZER[ [ IS SOLD .
annually $100,000,000 for sugar. A. R. Hall Saturday evening December -
I : "Pernamb co. Brazil sold the 21st and promises to be the best. >, :
; L M.Whidden & CO United States in 1911 sugar valued at ever, .given in our""Worider City." Distinctive Quality Counts For as Much in Fertilizers at An'Other

(Lancaster's Old Stand) $1,016,943.: Major McArthur of Brooklyn, N. Y. Article. Efficient Service Likewise Hat Its Vain .
"The first beet sugar factory In who came to spend two weeks at the t
Phone 250 Quick Delivery Indiana! starts operation this ,month New St, Cloud hotel two months !
backed by' 5,000 acres of beets, and .was so charmed with our people and I FAVORITE: FERTILIZERS' +|
.. "oTT which the average production per climate that; he stayed' 'the full limit :
'T acre is stated to be 10. to 12 tons, the of his return R. R. ticket. He saysno
.. ,
- price $5.00 per ton. return ticket next time Florida for are made to give reiulls-not to tell at a low price. The dicer.once ..

f Improved by' roa.tingT "We can fehw interested capital him hereafter. in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will more $r
acreage in South Florida at a price The' Ladies' Improvement club entertained
., 4t y one-third per' acre less, than Indiana the ,strangers of our' cityon than be made up in your yield. .
If It Is A Brick lands and capable of producing three Wednesday afternoon last at their Careful attention to every little detail promptness always i

times as many tons of sugar making club headquarters most royally. Miss and.a high regard for your customers' wishes have helped- tomake
material. Eve Allen was chairman of the entertainment and famous Fertilizers-the Favorite brands in suet +
"An authority speaking of the committee and owing'to her ut our

i We Have ItWe yields of cane in South Florida says: splendid work the' whole affair was a great'demand.
'The yield averaged 35 .f success from beginning to end. Miss
cane per acre (the maximum toss be- Allen presided gracefully and gave an I INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY $
handle every kind of Brick ing 60 tons off the oldest, best drainedcuts interesting little account of a society itlvely save you ). The yield, however, some bud's debut which was heartil ap- _JACKSONVILLE.Agricultural FLORIDA 1
- -
6,000 pouredg of sugar per acre, was plauded. me program as was given '
money. Let us figure on your superior to any American record up was follows: "America/ by the Chemicals. Insecticides. Special Mixtures. r I'+.

next order, large or small Wean to that time. audience. Mrs. Mary George, the '
supply any quantity, and 'Sugar cane is successfully grown president, then gracefully welcomedthe J. M. LEE, Agent. 1 ta
: in alt counties of Florida. The soil guests on behalf of the L. I. C.
will make prompt shipments.Our ''I best adapted to cane is well drained, She was followed by'Mrs.. Gibbs who
bricks'qual to ..nMttethan ,- low hammock,wamp or bottom land; sang a charming number and then

v yea many. still 90 per cent. of the cane grown in Miss Kinsley rendered a solo entitled

r t Florida or Louisiana is on low, "Oh, Happy Days," in a very artistic ...,
btu ;:A1Rosst of,ABetl: I "THE drained rich bottom lands, cypress manner. Mrs. G. Matthews read several
If. . BRICK MANS swamps and reclaimed marshes. No original poems and was heartily
418 Duval l' Bldg: Phone 1925 heavier crop. nor richer cane has been applauded. Mrs. J. B. Westcott then
P" ;: PRIME'rROAST'BEEF, produced in any cauntry than has ,,rendered in a masterly manner that
, 50-4tpd been grown on the reclaimed Florida( charming little poem, of Eugene : f
: A: NAME TO CONJURE: WITH ed) saw grass marsh lands of ;; Field's entitled "Jes Fore Christmas." Seed Irish ,
t ] ; : lands identical in every way physically I After the program fruit punch and
r and chemically to the saw grass muck home made cake was served and was : "
prime-Means I .. lands of the Everglades] which when most delicious. Abqut J25 guests Choice Selected Stock; ,r
properly drained will produce maxi- were present.Mr. 'f"
mum crops, of sugar minimumcost. Williams,. a noted evangelist J
.t r of Florence. S. \ ., is in town and wolf Improved'Qose No. 4 12
: t f' "' Is Suffestive of Juiciness, > ";Fl rida'. climate. certainly: superior soon1 begin his tent, meetings.*. 115

i ; i Tenderness,' ,Detention':of Flavor t to that of any other state forauger The Sunday school of the Methodist RED BLISS,''TRIUMPH IRISH COBBLERS &
growing. Our 'rainy; Mason' is church is preparing a Chri.tmaseantata ,
; .1 .t Beef-th King of Meats the growing months'when require p to be given Christmas eve.The -. DIXIE
:A wet fall, or ..winter is the Ladies' Aid of the Christian .
1} t exception..* A dry fall and winter I church will have a: dinner and Christ WR1TE.FOR PRICES
ensures the ripeness 'of the cane and ma. bale on Tuesday, .Dec. 17, in ,G: .' '
For Prime l Roast Beef-See Us! I a quick harvest A killing frost seldom A. R. hall ." V'The \ '.' : ; Let Us 'Send You Our Booklets EnUtied' -.,'
In Florida before January, and : Episcopal Guild held success .. '
::C" ;,I', J't/ .> occur .. ,, i Potatoes Florida Vegetables ,
\ { Irish
of Tuesdaylast. I : .
Southern. Florida is' rare oc* sale' and 'oyster supper on ; ;. ., ]
: . ,. ' t' n, < "
.' ',' currence, thus giving a' longerperiod ;','- ,: 'r I." --USE-
r for the maturing of the crop. The Presbyterian Sunday'school:is :
L BASS, t ..' 2 ry ." 'The ,wonderful, recuperative and rehearsing for their- Christmas. en- '"
4, } \ J reproductive: powers of sugar cane are tertainment. ; ,
:MARKET ' phenomenal., With good soil and culture The Seminole Land and Investment
VVMBirds .J", ,iEWIS; wonderfully fine cane, rich in Company has graciously and without Best and Cheapest : ',
." ( '} sugar, vigorous and thrifty, is frequently ; cost to' the' promoters, given 'the use '
'tTAX'DERM'STj: ' ., grown from seed cane of the of the second story of their former 1' : \<
)'of sill flU.da Hldo..1I F tr.. most worthless quality. 'The plant is bank building corner 10th' and Flor- WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.. ,, ,

Y1 :r GAME.HEADS SPECIALTY. peculiarly robust and easily cared for, ida'avenue, for the use of the young JACKSONVILLE FLA. ," .:
1 " subject to few disasters will withstand men and boys of St. Cloud''as a club '
' /North of Johnston Park.' ." degrees i of- drought or flood room. Here will be the young men's Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co..
off Our .worJ= : ',1, }<. b1.2t'. pds,, :' / KISSIMMEE. FLA.SuggestionS ., fatal to all other crops.\ No peculiar gymnasium the Boy Scout's drilling 1 "

skill''' i is required 'to cultivate it, as is room,the headquarters of the BasketBall ,
j i May. we'be permitted to susgcst ;-. 'I"J the case with beets.,, After' years, of team; the Athletic Association. ,:,
that food portraits' are ;! I J personal observation and havingcon/ etc., etc ,
JI _t anSfdenda.etThanlughr,- ': suited large numbers of plant'growers Service will be 'held every Sunday n
o tlves' .. :, HOLIDAYfrom I am justified In'saying a total : afternoon .from 3 to 4 o'clock, for men ,'J: ; '..r
v lag aad 'Christmas tires .The: 'D' failure of a cane crop has never 'been and boys only. Eminent speakerswill ," 'I

.. coed portrait carries with it, known." .1 have talked with hundredsof address these meetings... },,'
.:.. world of-cood thoughts.", It..::; '' 'U' '' farmers in.all,, pai-ta.of t.heata .'The High',School basket, ball teamis FLOYD':1', "
, '..U the always welcome' and, hlfhv' from Pensacola to Key West'' and 'doing some splendid work. ,The R. S. ; : !< '
x W'' 17 Priced pIt. : s? have 'yet,to meet i one who did''' not line up is as follows!_Eber: Kilpatrick .
1; ,'t N. W ewant to'...ure';ou that positively assert that he derived more Captain; ', Donald 't; "n.. center; ; t
; we are prepared to !give you the cash with less labor per acre from his guards ,Harry ; ,Williams, Charlie 1
', best work in the latest approved cane patch than'from .any other crop. Coates; forwards', George Marsh Eb- I
\. designs, and that year early ort ._ ', 1 -. ::?' 'Th.' Florda cane.'is equal to any er Kilpatrick; referee, Harry GUmore..
,P , ,der for portraits wW lua.ou \ 'fTHE SHOPPING CENTER,OF in,sugar content' and far superior to manager, E.' Westcott. .; ' G" :
the perfeetioN of .careful attention that grown in other states, can 'not .Mr and ,Mrs.-.T.- Rice' and little "rl'oeer .j
> i
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F, .-11: t* detail ; SOUTH' FLORIDA' : be denied.Too many tests and -analyses daughter' and-Mr.;,'and: Mrs Welker, ' .
Will yon kindly phone or write. ,, : have l I been. made""from canes also Miss Herman of,Washington D. . ,, ,1;
.' I a.timefor, a sittln r, .*' ', irsefuland'aiUbl4viciru: ' :for taken from all parts of the state, and C.,;; who have' been spending several .,, l Respectfully, ._ *: .every:-member+,"'of the*family .will from'all .kinds of land by eminentheD.lsti weeks'' here left for their homes > onTuesday ': "q,,
; ''W/WER'S/STUDIO'/ I Nk'We' and sugar makers who have lastMr. Rice is the treasurer Get our prices on ,
..' "' ,be, tound'athl.'bIC: ,store.-.>. unqualifiedly, stated that our cane of the Seminole Land and Investment :
.., ; ;
; f, to and far superior to Mr. Walker is assistant '-"
.I are equal any Company. HAY GRAIN FEE"D'r
.eay" : o most grown in America or- even t in treasurer of the 'same. firm. .. ,." ,, \:; < ,
Cuba to permit doubt to exist as to Mr.,' Milar, the well known :metchant ." 'N
"' "" Fare: ''to:Tampct-: the peculiar advantages of Florida'ssoil ;purchased anew horse on Wednesday 'wkick we'rake a speciahy '.'" ,;: ,
.. j'
> >, ,i
v- and climate producing a plant and started to give the animal a'
'r. ... .If ,
you want' a"' and'IReturn' of.maximum tonnage and sugar. eon? a,trial 'drive. The horse became I _, ",, I. '.
'B'A' ;, ''' ,:: : / : tent. -,, t", ' ''III frightened and proceeded to throw Mr, '
I .Trade Extension;'Association J larger amounts of. sugar can be: made sister-in-law, out ,'''of, ''thewagon. , "j, '

: r.. ORANGE I GROVE.. _, in Florida at much less- cost"per Neither' the ocC\1p.nti.were.... ' _, ', . 4r.-: ,
' : \ V MAIL: ,ORDEkS''filled promptly acre, with less labor with but'.little! iously? ; hart; '. ?d'_ ,.., ',,.. [ .'"... <. ..,< ) ... ,:.ri) :
: ? v ,
1 x >i, T 'or.. to grow,1, and satisfaction guarante.d.hEverything ,'...-" skill required, in growing,,",with far. V, \" .r ."r., ,I'. ,. ,p) ,
; i" '. C ] ' \ less ; capital', required for machineryand >. I ,';A wf nP When''It, HappeaaL ," '.' T ;,
1' Oranges;and6rrapefruit : earned irti.Ilrst.c1austore. manufacturing than in beet sugar '.i:\,, Just think'of publishing a paper for ; ;:Qs eola :Lumber Co7, ": I ;
\ will,be,1'.. "' , making, vast sums would be.investedin ... fifteen hundred year and then it suspended -' ,, . }m. C" ... ,J' III'
=- ; ,' r" .' j<. .. the ,business.' " because derelection of duty ", ;' %1'',
ee' .!A. central'factory for' orsugar.Twith.r ".the, of subscribers. The, \
:r-o syrup on part: -. i-'....-.',, ... .." ?7'
t'' MM$( BROS. T"sure"acreage" of from crop of those "Who have.been '"taking '"

'. ,< BUCKLSwtC 4 .,.,, 200 to'608 ,acres,' where,farmers FLORIDA. furnishfrom- .10 to 20 -acres ;without however,,'not be large'it even in China, t" ,
,, ,;", .-... ,, ., .. . , too great a haul,;'should prove a.most .ThomasvilleT1mes-Ent.rptiss.'' -, . .
.S. .. . profitable'?Investment.::.. These factories .t.. .. t
48-41. Dui l.
; What the Idlers and '
; purchasing thel supplies'from Rough ( Dressed
6. .; .. ......, ... ..,...,.. ., .. . . the farmer, can afford to pay for the. In the United States everyon."woo: .. .. ,UtnDtrlj", '. I
... '(I ' "'< .. 00.000.0- ".'L.:'00000.. ; .'.0., ,0FIRST cane delivered a price ,equal to, the .Ss not otherwise -engaged. enters.the '. .... ____ ' ...'o'
WANTEDi + real estate business, solicits insurance ,. "
hi crude :J'
... sum now obtained for syrup 'I" ( -' ' '''
+ . i CLASS' BARBERS become.. .for, art automobile poor'sBr1ckLlme: s : ; 'f1' i'
now made 'in a erode and wasteful or- agent ; Sash,' ; 3ncnt'. \ : "?J' 0'- 'A list of your town er conn*! *> : : manner,""Ylnc the farmer factory.. Down in'1 Mexico the ,idlersall. . .
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Offers to; their. Many Patrons Rare Bargains for Xmas :


GREETING: We feel pirpfoutidly thankful to the people of Osceola County and surrounding counties for the liberal ,. i

patronage they have given us for a quarter of a century. We owe our success to the people-to our cuss ;

R 1t.{ ,. tomers. We wish to thank you for the confidence you have placed in us and our merchandise, and we '

r feel that our efforts in trying to the BEST goods for the LEAST money have not been in vain. :

f: t. Below you will see that we are offering you an exceptional chance to buy your Woolens while doing. your 'e'

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., OUR SPECIAL. FOR $1.75 Values, for next 10 days to go at $1.40ih yard $1.00 Values, for the next 10 days to go at 75c the yard
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We also/ wish to call your attention to the fact that we carry a complete line of Ready to Wear Goods .

Coat Suits, One-Piece Dresses, in Serge, Silks, Percales, Etc.Silk ,

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t' The most comprehensive assortment of Shoes to be found anywhere. These are all standard, and strongly advertised lines*--

; For Men, HANAN, $6.00 only. FLORSHEIM, $5.00 only. DOUGLAS, $4.50 down. For Women, QUEEN QUALITY, WHITE HOUSE. .For Children, BUSTER BROWN, the famous shoe F

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I. mediately after the ceremony they I FRANK BRYAN KILLEDBY I penetrating his breast. The strange deceased, the jury returning a verdict Christian without guile; a soldier
MISS !EDNA: WITZ'I I came here and are the guests of the negro then made IIIH escape, I that in their opinion Ryan met his without fear; a citizen without'fault, a",
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Later other members of the search- death at the hands of Ed. Austin the and a Mason without demerit.' H. ;
Butler, until after the holidays, when STRANGE NEGRO ing party found Ryan and carried negro arrested at McLean's still.! was a friend to. love' husband to 'J
they leave for Lake City to reside per- him to his home, and notified the Austin is a stranger in these parts cherish; citizen to admire, and a pa- f
manently. authorities. Ryan died from the effects -1 none of the local negroes claiming triot to revere.Fortyseven. b
of the wound in about two hours, to know him, but he claims to have years he walked in
i 0400400004440000000 CORONERS JURY HOLDS ED. but before his death gave a good de. worked at McLean's siding, which is loving congeniality, with the wife of ;
0 4 :AUSTIN FOR COMMITTING | scription of his assailant and told the on the.Midland railway, and went to his youth, and then left her the heritage a
(0 KISSIMMEE PARK 4 THE MURDER TRIAL, i direction he went after'stabbing him. .McLean's stillin search of work. Of of a stainless record. He gave
+ + NEXT WEEK.On I With that evidence to work on course he claims to be' entirely Innocent four years to the service of his country .
v 040044400040,444000 Deputy Chas. Prevatt at once bergana of any knowledge of the affair, and fifty to'the service of his h
I tour of the different negro camps but he)is either the right negro1 or his God. In early life he gave his heart
Mr. Nyman has about two acres and quarters in this section, and ar- twin brother. to God, and united with the Congre- '
planted in lettuce and cabbage.Mr Monday night, when Frank 'rested two men, but later they were gational church, in which he also end '
John Potts is stopping with Ryan, a negro employed at Ingram's I released. In the meantime he telephoned DENNIS E. LOWELL. ed his days, and so had no church connection
Lew Seaman for the winter. livery stable, returned to his homein McLean's still, which is six Departed this life on Monday after- in Kissimmee, but attended
Mr. Kritz has about five acres in North Kissimmee he was told' thata miles north of Narcoossee to look but noon, December 16, 1912. A beautijfuj worship regularly with some of our
sweet potatoes which he will dig in strange negro was acting in a very for such a negro as described by life has come to a calm and tri- local congregations, each of which
' .t a a short time. insulting manner toward the womenof Ryan, and to hold him if found. umphant close.. A life that was radiant he loved. To this recorder of his going
ay his race in that neighborhood and Tuesday evening Deputy Prevatt with kindly deeds, and fragrant he
Mr. E. E.: Fairbanks is building a I received II had endeared himself by his
r barn. that he should bf made to-leave. I word that a negro of such a with unfaltering faith. A life 'hat orderly and correct walk, his devo-'
new Ryan, in company with some other character was there and had been left behind no bitterness, and that tion to principles or righteousness,
Dr. Root has moved to Jacksonville.Mr. negro men, started in search of the placed under arrest. He at once left held in prospect no disappointment.Dennis and his warm and kindly heart. Fare- i f '
Barns killed a deer down on negro, and finally captured him just for that place and returned here with E. Lowell had rounded out well dear friend, I shall ever Cherish
the Kissimmee prairie a short time this side of J. W. Miller's home, the his prisoner that night. more than his three score years and your memory, and in the beautiful
I ago. capture being made by Ryan, who at Justice S. II. Bullock empaneled a ten, and then :aid him down to dre.m Beyond we shall re-unite these severedties. n frvr
Mrs E. E. Fairbanks and daughter that time was alone, having separatedfrom jury and held an inquest over the away to bliss etern l. He was a A. J. HQLT
visited friends in Kissimmee Satur- the other members of the search-
ing party. I .n. __ __ ___ ___ ____ __ __._ __, _.
day.Mr.. McCool shipped quite a num- Ryan was bringing the strange I 1 WffiWffiffiffiWWWWWffiffiffiffiffiffiffiHiWffiWJIiffiffiff ''
P W ber of boxes of grapefruit the past negro to the city to turn him over to ffiffiifitfifilfiHiHiHiHiHiirT .
F n Aar: week. the authorities, and had reached the I I III ;I !Ii .
Charlie Allen has a nice patch of bridge over the big ditch, when the I I ..
I plants and also a couple of acres strange negro turned on his captor .
"',i Reward of egg sweet.pbtatoes. and struck him with some sharp instrument 1
: $100,00 Mr. Sayres and family moved in supposedly a file, cutting a Ii Christmas Tree if E Ei
,I' w For any information that will, leadto \ their new home Tuesday. frightful gash in Ryan's throat andiY The
the discavery of a Miss Edna Witz, r
';. who left Kissimmee, t'la., on October
f 14. 1912 on the midnight train _for I I i Well '
L' Jacksonville feet 11 inches, heighth She is; weight about four 120 i:! is Blossom 'E 1

pounds; light blue eyes; heavy dark w 2Hi
''T brown hair; she is heavy set, has a
M hearty laugh, good complexion; was Special Turkey Hi
16 years old the 7th of last June. Any !Hi ?
information as to the where-abouts HiHi
: of the'\yS'ung by her lady parents.A. will. be gladly received t HiHi IKE THE TREES of wonder-stories that ;x

Kissimmee, Fla. ) For ChristmasIN L '
/ Newspapers please copy. ifi I blossom best at Christmas time, the

K t HiHi :.1Holiday Branches of the OSCEOLA HiHi
Card of Tharlcs. KEEPING with my custom I shall prepare a Special
To those who so tenderly and faithfully Christmas Dinner on Wednesday, December 25. Will Hi .
t. ministered to our dear ones in HARDWARE CO. min
are especially
' r these last days of pain, to all who I hue everything served in the most npto-date manner HiHi
gave 'us aid.or sent lovirg messages! with all the savory dishes that fo to make a delightful where wI
? sympathy, and offers of assistance, Toyland, toys beginning to blosx
and to the G. A. R.T>ost, Ladies G. A. holiday dinner. HiHi
Eqi R. circle, and others for their beautiful I som in all their glory. x
A, flowers, we desire to express our ,
deep appreciation and to extend our HiHi Hi
t, sincerest thanks. YOU CAN SAVE THE WORRY AND TROUBLES. It is at this store that you may secure a x! t'
... present for any member of the family old or
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On December 12th, North and Middl. DAY. Yon will he delighted with our special efforts. young, that will be not only appreciated, ;but.I. : Hi"
} Florida were more-closely joined .
t ..... .together when Miss Ethel Sadler, of s "
useful as'well. A visit to our Christmas Department ; :;
Lake City, became the wife of Fred
,M. Bass of this city. The wedding LINCOLN'SKISSIMMEE'S 1:8'Y.J"
: was .the : ffoundolife &. happy romance . will convince I ): '
' ), that ,during the MOST UP-TO-DATE CAFE. 1 you. (.. *
.school days of these young people. ,HiHi I .'I .
The bride is one of our State's gifted '
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and beautiful women, while the groomihas' .._. ', 1 "" ""' '\ '

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/ AN OPEN LETTER honorable on the part of Mr. M .oOo..oOo..oOo

c The Klssj/nmee/ yaiie'y Gazette TO TilE FLORIDA Had he given Willis Powell, secretaryof *0, .. '1I0WABOUT' YOUR'OOO. 4 ,

RAILROAD COMMISSION. the Tampa Board of Trade,, the COMMUNITY + .

4 :, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY credit for writing the article, M 4''' .. ,-' 4

I';' Office in Valley Gazette Building Gentlemen: ,Among the many thirty thousand copies of, the pamphlet + Is the mall order house cutting 4

y KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA. COUNTY, "!"feeders"" the Atlantic Coast Line containing the same text was isuedlbylh9.Tarop *.into your trade, or into that of, *
fellow merchants .Have s
,, 2.. :....._ ,., .FLORIDA,. .. .._,_,_ Rail i waxthe.L J5usrar.Belt.:; .Railway, : ..;.Bo rd.ol,.Trade- *'your your' citizens_" lost their grip on_* Notice

which runs frm Kissimmee to Nar- three years ago..... the basic principle .
. W.- B. HARRIS, Publisher?. coos see, a distance of fifteen miles. .Y. -Community Development *
In the death of Whitelaw Reid the abides where _.
Trains on the Sugar Belt Railway Prosperity,. money ,-
United States hag lost one of Its fore circulate of *
Money spent out
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-L :T All communications, except fromour are-scheduled- to leave Kisvimme* for 4
most diplomats. During the_years he town drains the rural community +
authorized correspondents, must Narcooasee at 0:30 a. m. and 4:15: p. 4 of the resources it must have for *
be aliened' by the writer m., returning to Kissimmee at 8:30a. has represented this country at the local development and leaves it +
court of St. James many questions of 4.
impoverished. 4 and will
m. and 6:30 m. tell at private sale,
Rejected matter will not be re- p. a most delicate nature have been presented 4> Most citizens are patriotic!, but 4 1 have the (following lands to

turned unless called for._._ There are six stations on this road and in each instance his action 4 not all are wise. When the log- consider offer until January 20th., 1913 to close an estates
----- -- besides Narcoossee, one of which- 4 jcal and inevitable results of out 4 ,
L Entered at the Poatoffice in Kis- St. Cloud-has about two thousand proved satisfactory to both the United < of town buying begin to tell on < Section 28 Township ,
simmee, Fla., as second-class mail'I States and Great Britajn. their home town they will see the The SW 1.4 of the SW 1-4 ,
',f matter. I population.The o > wise and foolish-> of SW 1-4 of SW
penny pound 33 East leis the S 1-2
business done by this short lineis 35 South Range ,
Why 1 Do Men Advertise. ; 4 ness of mail order buying. 4
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912. said by-persons qualified to judge, I .--+-- 4> Buying at home is but one "> I I 1.4 and the S 1-2 of SE 1-4 of SW 1-4, being about 120
to be greater than any other branch < form of Community Development '
his busi- with
I The man who conducts Leave bids JudgeG.
line by the A. C. L.when the 4 of mutual helpfulness, neighbor- acres, located near Bassenger.
operated | ness on the theory that it doesn't
4 liners and 4>
co-operation that have
matterof operating expenses is con- pay and he can't afford to advertise, F. Parker.
., AVENUE NOT OPENED 4> characterized Americans from *
sidercd. seta up bin judgment opposition to
TO THE PUBLIC I > their beginning as a nation. <
that of all these business men in the
I The service. given the public on this I world. experienced advertis- < Lacking these traits they seem *
Says an
road in not by means in keeping 4 almost to cease to be Americans. <
\ I any ing authority : "With a few years' Chandler
W. W.
A question that has been asked I with the volume of business-both experience in conducting a small business Americans are noted for loving *41 I

many times during the past few and freight-it receives. ;: on a few thousands of capital, 4.> their home,, their hpme town, ,O,
passenger < their home state and their home *
: months is "Why does not the Council I he assumes he knows more than thousands *
Administrator.NOTICE .
unusual for trains to > This
It :IK most country. love is the founda- $2-4t
''i k open Darlington Avenue to the public I [ whose hourly transactions aggregate -I 4 tion not of
only but 4I,
leave on schedule time, and in many more than his do in a year, prosperity
,.. ?" ? instances are Ill' much as two hours '1 and! who have made their millions by < of liberty I
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We acknowledge that we are unable late in leaving. This. wan the case on < pursuing a course that he says does- 1 4 .

k to answer the question, and pass it on :! Saturday evening.\ last, when the train |In't pay." 00444044444444464441Why .
to the Council for reply. :, If advertising doesn't pay why is i =
1 left Kissimmee for NarcoosBee at HIO:: it that the most successful merchants -

A plan was on foot here a couple i I p. m., arriving at its. destination at j I of every town, large or small, are the I Patronize Home Merchants. I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I.f
of months ago to close Darlington' heaviest advertisers ? If advertising Because !I
8:20.: When the cause of this condition my interests are here. ,
> avenue in return for the A. C. L. Writer I I j doesn't: pay, who does the most: business -
into the
dock but that died''' was inquired i I II ? If it does not pay why is it Because the community'which is i j
,, building a plan
was informed that the engine and ,, that the most successful busciness good enough for me to live in is good) i
{ a bornin'. crew that operated the train were I I firms in the world spend millions in enough. for me to buy in. i ii,I !

To the writer it appears to have forced to do the switching in the Kis- I I that way. Is it because they want to i
been altogether unnecessary for the donate these millions to the newspa- Because I believe in transacting i|

Council ,to pass a resolution closing wait simmee the movement yards, and of all therefore trams on must themain jner I and they magazine don't know publishers as much, or about because business with my friends. j SALE OF BASSENGER LANDSLook

that avenue as to his personal' knowledge Because I want to see the goods. '
line. I business as the six-for-dollar merchant -

it has been closed to the public The coach in which the passengers who says money spent in advertising Because I want to get what I buy on your map and point out just the location of a

for the past five years. must ride on this train is in very bad I is thrown away or donatedto when I pay for it. new County Seat, within the next ten year or much leu
If the A. C. L. is permitted to block I the man to whom it is paid? Such
condition, many of the seats are talk is simply ridiculous, and it requires I Because my home merchant "car- I irip. | time.

Darlington avenue with its trains at"any broken, there is no lamp in the smoking I more than the average'TU fence i- .." me when "run short." When the several counties are divided put your finger
, time and for as long a time as itpleases to discuss the proposition tX L
and its floors of
are splendid
a compartment I Because every dollar I spend at on Beuenger. W offer for tale forty icrei
all this fuss about it? whether advertising or not with
zt why dirty. pays I home:< stays at home and works for timbered land within two hundred yard of the stores,
that kind of a man. His complacent
It's closed, locked and bolted IiA far The crew on this train is limited to self-conceit is assuming that he knows i the community in which I live. j Post Office, and churches. This land wil Ibe sold on

as the'public using it is concerned.If a conductor, brakeman and baggageman ': more than the whole world is laughable Because the man I buy from stands January 20, 1913. It ii adjoining the Chandler estate

it is closed in violation of law and (besides the engineer and /fire and reminds us of the man who I back of the goods." which is to be sold on the same date.
;% the rights of our people, why does not thiscrow proved that the world doesn't revolveby the whole
of lots
From our-knowledge
man. l Will sell in five, ten ro twenty acre or
the Mayor, the Marshal, the Council, ,, placing a pumpkin on a stump and |I- Because 1 sell 'Yh..tL 1 Lrocluce. here!: __ balance .
., -onehalfcash and --
+-IWdJ.h.c..lUJier..jluj, >>kly.-pal watching' it it'll night-.juincy( y Ilml'''. "aTTrToTne .and ire 7buy> i one hundred lixty'acre.. Terms
------- or Whoever TFfe"pro pi- "authorities: ron of this road, they arc most competent vithin one year. Think of (the advantages of timbered

might be, at once take steps to havesuch and courteous men, and do True Measure of a Man. Because the man I buy from pays* lands, with fuel and fence posts at your door. The prairie
his part of the town. county and
violations of law seats ? eveiy (Jung possible to accommodate State tax.Because. lands do not furnish this. Don't miss such a chance to

' It may be by common consent of the patrons, and perform t their duties The place to take the true measureof thribble your money. The owner is compelled to sell.
the city authorities that this avenue in in the market the man I buy from helps
as officials of the company. a man not place Leave your bids with Judge G. F. Parker as the land will
the forum the /field I support) my schools, my (church
has been converted into a switching or amen corner or ,
The in which these trains sell above aid date.
manner on
lodge, home.
?, but by his own fireside. There he lays my
yard by the A. C. L., but we assure are at present, and have been for aside his mask and learn I
authorities that it is not with you may 1 Because: when ill luck, misfortune
some time, operated is causing great whether he is an imp or an angel,
the consent or wishes of the citizens king hero or humbug. I care or bereavement comes, the man I buy P. E. GILSON524t.
inconvenience to the public, as wellas or cur, from, is here with his kindly greeting, .
what the world of him
it remain closed not ,
of Kissimmee that may say
a much loss of time to our businessmen his words of (cheer and his pocketbook -
whether i it him with bays
another day.Darlington. crowns or if need be. Here I live and hereI
traveling between stations on the .
pelts him with bad eggs; I care nota '
y avenue is practically the buy. Ex. r
( cent what his religion ot
line. or
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"1 good view of the lake, and besides it the operation of this road: A person his homecoming and his better half
swallows her heart time she
is the people's property, and they are buying a ticket from Kissimmee to asks him for.. five dollar every hill, he is I I.I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I M 1 I I M 1 I I I I I I I .H I M 1 I 11 I I I t 1 I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I I

entitled to its use. Narcoossee pays the company forty- a fraud of the first water, even though

I Kissimmee has been more than liberal five cents, whereas a ticket from Kis- he prays both night and morning until
? toward the A. C. L. in the past, he is black in the face, and howls
simmee to St. Cloud costs only twen- hallelujah until he shakes the enternal If you walk the streets of Jasper,
I + but we draw the line at permitting
from St. Cloud to
ty-five cents and hills. But if his children rush to the
Which 'tis said with
,r; that road to monopolize such a beau- Narcoossee fifteen cents, ma'king a gate to meet him and love's sunshine are paved gold,

tiful avenue. total of forty cents where the "short" illumines the face of his wife when There'd be no crowds moving faster
The Tampa Tribune in speaking of she hears his footfall, you pan takeit
tickets are purchased. An instance for granted that he is pure gold; his Than the Christmas shoppers going to Cole.
the action of the council of that city
haul costs than
where long more
i a home lain heaven-and the humbug
along this line, says: :, two short hauls added together. We never gets near the white throne of

; ."The Council did wiselyin deferring '! believe that to be. against ,the law. God. lie may be a rank atheist anda '- .
:a4 action ,on an application to give I I red flag anarchist, a Mormon and a '\ .
I additional street privileges to a rail- We believe, gentlemen, if you would mugwump; he may buy votes in

; road company. As Councilman Hou give the manner in which the Sugar blocks of five and bet on the election;

lihan suggested, the city' has been entirely j Belt Railway is operated your con- he may deal them from the bottomof
s too liberal along this line in the sideration a better condition of the deck and drink beer until he
;1 past. Streets practically given to the at-I can't tell a silver dollar from a cir-
.; f i railroads when Tampa was a village fairs would result. cular saw, and still be an infinitely

t would be very valuable now to the this week better man than the cowardly little HIS is the eaton when all minds turn to the joy of giving to those dear ones who
Many of the State
city and could be utilized very handily papers man who is all suavity in society, but ,
-I for public purposes. No city in the issued extra large editions, notably who makes his home a hell-who vents TP, appreciate such gift*. To get something really suitable for' every member of the
1 I country has been more generous in among them being the Tampa Times. upon' the heads of his helpless wife \
its treatment of the railroads and the ----+--- and children an ill-nature he would family-something that will be a real pleasure to give as well a. make the re-
result is that some of the most desirable :' like to inflict upon his fellow man,
m thoroughfares are now closed ;; The article in our last week's issue but he dares not. I can forgive muchin cipient glad, follow the crowd to .

,,- to the"public and devoted to private containing extracts from a pamphlet that fellow mortal who would rather -
t; purposes. While what has been given I issued by Wilbur McCoy, Industrial have the hate of the world than the
cannot be readily recovered for contempt of his wife; who would
) Agent of the A. C. L., has attracted
f the use of the people it is well to go rather call anger to the eyes of the
more slowly in making such gifts and ,Ii considerable attention by its worthi- world than fear to the face of a
J i concessions in future." ness. It would have been much more child.-W. C. Brann.

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T t N EXTENDING to our friend the Season'\ Greetings We give especial attention to mail orders,

FIll!! we wish to state that although our store is full of the and will be pleased to send a hand-

choicest Xmas Gift and Xmas Merchandise, those who

with to derive the benefit of our large and varied selections should some catalog on request.

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There are only four more shopping days before Christmas.

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THE; >KISSIMMEE( VALLEY GAZETTE Doll, dolls, dolls, Dahn'e Depart Gins tU hm! with a tie.. Nobby-linfc 1000 pounds of'candy1, ten cent per: WATER

Telephone No. 11. ment Store - 5211.Gasoline : at Dann'. Department Store. 52-lt .pound:! Dann', Department Store.62-1 IN HIGHCOST :

J. l' y" five gallon for $1.10, at Gasoline five-gallons tor $1-10. at Gasoline, five gallons.for $1.10, at Of LIVING
Published Every Frida) By Dann &; Dann' 62-lt Dann & Dann's. 62-lt Dann &; Dann's., 62-lt r

W. B. HARRIS. Mr. L. H. Ingram and Mrs. R. .T.' The-express office i Is doing:"'* tremendous Mr*. W. M. Ferrlll left yesterday - -- ..
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Butler visited Orlando. .'..yesterday: bu ine these day., making to-spend the. holidays' with:-relative*.; 'W. lf know" of the biggest .

::-: Gasoline' five for it necessary to employ Jive men to at Quit man? Ga. items in the high cost of living 1* rail 00 .
gallon $1.10, at .
: Dann &; Dann's. 62-lt do the work. J ..1. C.;'Ledbetter has moved his fam- road transportation charges, Every .
time we drink a. glass, of milk
we .
WeathetReportFallowing W. H. Brokaw with Brother Mrs! II. E. Bryan left today for ily to this city from Tampa,,,to.engage -, cough up a bit'of change -for some ,',

the tree people. ."Grifflng.' 40tf.- her home in Jacksonville; after a feways' In the lumber business railroad company' cash box. But .
visit with her mother'airs.. E.
\ f A bowling alley has'been opened In what would you say to getting your 1 y.
{ are the daily tem See big silk display at cut prices at 1. Pearce. the Woodbeck building on Stewart milk in powder, weighing about 87

peratureSj.and precipitation a* H.. C. Stanford Co. 60-tf E. L. Dunne arrived here 'Monday avenue, and I Is said to be doing a per cent lei than the liquid milk +

reported'by, the Government J. A. Nelson, of St; Cloud, wasamong from Chicago to spend the holiday good business., Mr You'd. Moo-Cow pay no freight put in on ItIn the water fact

station at Kissimmee for the the out of town' people here with hete. hi*. family, who .are wintering Preaching at the Methodist church'] you'd add the water yourself when Dann'sDepart

week ending Dec 19/1912. this week. by Rev. D. J. Sumner, subject, "The you )wanted lour glass of milk.

have'you seen those pretty CoatSuits Rev. II. T. Gaines left Wednesdayfr Beginning and Duration of Wisdom," I Millions 0 a year could be
4 MAX KIN. RAIN an Stanfords? 60.-tf Tampa to attend the Methodist 3d Psalms, 10th verse. saved in freight charges alone if we

I ;, ..'. . .. 76 60 . Conference now in session In.that took the countless tons of plain water
Friday Rev. Weidler
will All the ] of
out lot of
Kerosene, five gallons' for 65c, at city. pulpit at a the things we eat.
Saturday. 79 66 . Dann &; Dann's. 62-lt -Methodist church Sunday night, in A start has been made by a Chi- P

Sunday. . .. . 71 60 .W I Doc. Lightsey, one of Polk county's the absence of the pastor, who is at- cago concern which is drying out 87

Monday.. . . 67 69 . Mrs. F. W. Hill and daughter, foremost cattle owners, with head- tending conference at Tampa. per cent of the weight of milk. The i
Madeline, of Narcoossee, were visitorsto quarters at Bartow, was here a few powder which result is at presentused
Tuesday. 80 66 . the city Wednesday. hours on Saturday.The Dr. M. ,J. Hicks returned from At- only by bakeries .

; I Wednesday . 79 65 . lanta Monday night, after an absenceof The Department of Agriculture ina

Thursday . .. 74 50 . Kerosene, five gallons for 65c, at Rev. David D. Kidd will hold three weeks. lie left Mrs. Hicksin forthcoming publication is to pro- 1
nI.4 ; Dann &; Dann's. 52-It services in the Episcopal church on a private sanitarium near that claim its support of this plan of lowerIng -
O.O.OOOOOOOOOO Sunday next. Morning prayer, the city and reports her condition so I prices and hag selected as an ex-
J. D. Butler and wife arrived Wed- Litany and Sermon at 10:30.: much improved that he hopes she will ample the immensely important Ger-
-- nesday from Charlotte, Mich., and will be able to return home in a few weeks. man industry of potato drying, believ-
A.- II ** 1111111 remain throughout the winter. L. H. Ingram returned Saturday ing that conditions in this
from Jacksonville, where he went to W. A. McCool, of Beaver Falls, than ordinarily countryare
Kerosene, five gallons for 65c, at his father on the road to Pa., but who for many years has spent more favorable
i accompany for the
LOCAL FIELD: jj adoption of Euro-
THE rapid an
Dann &; Dann's. &2ItO. his home at>Newton Grove, N. C. the winter months here, recieved a expedient of
I telegram Friday that brother had pean economy.
C. Darling and wife reached the Mrs. J. B. Westcott and daughter, died at Cleveland, Ohio, where the remains Ony 20 to 25 per cent of the potatoIs

M-M *+* iiii11111111 city Wednesday from Conneaut, Ohio, Edith, of St. Cloud, spent Wednesdayin will be buried. Deceased was solid matter and upon every ton
I and will spend the winter. the city, and were pleasant callersat one of five brothers, he being thelourtl't shipped is paid upon 76 to 80 per cent F
Toys, toys, toys Dann's Department water and the cost is borne- by the
this office. that has been called death.
Store. 52-lt Kerosene, five gallons for 65c, at by farmer from his profits and the con-

J Dann &; Dann's. 62-lt Mrs. M. A. Schmitz and daughterand Geo. M. Taylor, the well known I sumer from an already overtaxed ment
Gasoline five gallons for $1.10, at r Catherine and Alphonse, of is pocket book.
son, grocer, having a new store room
Dann &: Dann's. 62-lt II. C. Stanford Co. now have the dobol, Iowa, are visiting with Miss built on the northeast corner of his The optimism of the exponents of .

Tax Collector C. L. Bandy spent for the famous Happgrade 50-tf Hilda Meyers for a couple of ,weeks.L. lot on Mabbette. street. Mr. Tayloris the potato drying industry is based O ,1 1
the fact that the
upon same machineryused
one of Kissimmee's most enthusiastic -
Tuesday in Tampa. The public schools will close today L. Payne, of Orlando, deputy boosters, and believes that money for drying sugar beet leaves and

. Get your wife a pair of house slip- and the pupils given two weeks in rand master for this district of the spent on improvements in this city pulp can be employed at other seasons
Masonic fraternity, paid an official for drying potatoes. As beet
Dann's Department Store. 52-1 which to enjoy the holidays. is well invested. sugar
pers. visit to the local lodge Monday night. growing is already an important industry -

Gasoline, five gallons for $1.10, at Special sale on all silks. Cut from Death of Aged Lady.. in about sixteen States, but
Dann &: Dann's. 52-lt 25 to 40 cent. Next 10 days. II. Kisimmee Auto Garage and Ma- little extra expense would have to be
At the home of her
chine will do anything in daughter, Mrs.
C. Stanford Co. 00-tf Company to test the practicability' of
T. W. Ellis muda a business tripto lathe or machine work for you for Nord Brown, near Campbell station, this plan. Most of the important beet ,

Tampa this week. Kerosene, five-gallons for G5c, at automobiles, boats, and all other ma Mrs. C. J. Lamb passed into eternityat sugar States are also great potato Store ,
Dunn &; 1 Dann's. 62-lt chinery. 15 tf an early hour this morning. De- growing sections and the two industries -
Gasoline, five gallons for $1.10, at ceased had for many years been a can go hand in hand, as they havein
Dann &: Dann's. 62-lt k. D. Libby, of Kelly, was among To change Christmas into Thanksgiving resident of this section, and leaves a Germany, where the great develop- x
the prominent out of town people here Day give your wife a genuine large number of friends to mourn her ment of the beet industry has
'i; Michael Hilti, of St. Cloud, spent Saturday. lavelm 'Dinner Set. It will work loss. sugar
led to a tremendous development of
Tuesday in the city. W. B. Mak-
h ."1" every time. Find them at
potato growing. It has been found I
Kerosene, five gallons for fil 5c, at nson Co. 52-2t Richly Deserved Reward. .4
'.. Gasoline, five gallons for $1.10, at Dann & Dann's. 52-lt moreover, that the cultivation of
Dann &: Dann's. 62-lt Harold Reid, of St. Cloud, was in None can begrudge the farmers of sugar beets increases! the yield; of all

I',' W. S. Crawford and Cha/!.J. Kre- he **'.*y ,w ..!lnmlay rnmpleting arrangements this country their good forturie in. thliountiluT .... other crops grown in rotation withthem ---.- '------'
,. on furniture and har-d of this increase from 25
-Save-tnonoy- celfT"prominent usmess men of for the presentation at crops Ish'year. They varying
I ware. 20 per cent off at Waring Ijoughman, spent Monday in the city. the Pastime theater of the St. Cloud richly deserve all the reward that to 50 per cent with different crops
t Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. minstrels.M. comes to them.However and amounting to 46 per cent in the
Kerosene, five gallons for fi5c;1; at much of the profits of cane of potatoesThe Kissim
Ten-Cent-Store solves I the ChristI Dann & Dann's. 52-lt D. Tindall, of Narcoossee, passed many other lines of production may be sugar beet itself is one of the s

mas problem. Dann's 1 Department through the city this morning Store. r'--"t!! .1. J. hidden, of Sylvia, was I creates his value his extraction of
among route to Winter Haven, to buy orange through toil, and omy through surplus
I Pythian Sisters will hold a special' the prominent men from down the trees for planting on new groves in 'in creating them enriches all. natter has been applied and a business
meeting in their lodge room Thursday country who visited here this week. his section. I, The prosperous, middle-aged farmer of $2,000,000 a year has been built
t of today, facing his declining years in up in the past few years in dried
t: jJ;, night next. Kerosene, five gallons for C5c, at Mrs. A. C. Starbird spent Friday comfort and plenty, may be envied by beet pulp for stock feeding.

f IJ M. Tiller, wife and daughter, Virginia 1 )ann &: Dann's. 52-lt here the guest of H. D. Geiger and the wage workers of the cities. Another advantage that will come

t j were among KissimmeeiU-s who Charles Webb, representing the wife enroute to her home at Apopka I But let us not forget that the now from the introduction of the drying
\ Wednesday in Tampa. from Lakeland, where she had attended r prosperous farmer has bought his industry in connection with such a '
spent Pratt Food of
Company, Philadelphia,
J: Jii I in the the Baptist Convention.The present condition at cost of ceaselesstoil crop as potatoes, as is pointed out j
I h .-t \ Save money on furniture and hard- j was city Tuesday. and tireless energy of almost inconceivable by the department of agriculture, is

4 ware. 20 per cent off at Waring i Drssmaking reasonably done. Miss Firemen's Social Club will self-denial and sacrifice, of that the present uncertainties of the mee'sSanta
Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. j:I Mary Gibbs, phone 126 at Dr. Thom- give a dance at Firemen's Hall on disappointments and discouragementsthat crop would be removed and both the
) 1 ason's 52-ltpd Christmas night. A small assessment only the fittest could survive. producer and the consumer would be
j H. Fleming leaves today to spend will be laid against the gentlemen If any life in this country has been benefitted. The grower would have a If

'1 the holidays with relatives at Athens,1 I' A. E. Drought came over from St. attending to defray the expenses. harder than that {\>f the farmer it is more reliable market and the present

.,) Ga., I j Cloud Tuesday and spent the day Superba "Tableaux D'Art" is play- that of his wife. She generally without fluctuations in prices would be avoid-

i i transacting business. help and _with little to do with, ed.-Exchange. A
hard the week .
Save money" on furniture and ing the balance of at the
cooks meals, does the .
family washingand
ware. 20 per cent off at Waring Capt. J. F. Farris, one of the Pastime. The Matins and Haywood
prom- the sewing, milks the cows, raises Adding the Cost.
Trading Co.'s. 52tf.J. I inent citizens of St. Cloud, spent a Sisters come the first of next week and the chickens, makes the and apple
couple of days here this week. the Musical Sparks follow. Coburn's butter soap Years ago a housewife went to the ,
and makes the bread
C. Palmer, the hustler from minstrels the 31st. pies, butcher's with a basket and carried
Windermere, was a visitor to Kissim- I Mrs. Stella Donegan returned to her brings up a generous brood of healthy her purchase home wrapped in brown -
The Laymen's meeting Sunday afternoon children, and often! finds time in har-
mee on Saturday.
home here Sunday after a summer paper. Now she telephones to. the
In at 3 o'clock will be held at the vest season to help her. husband In .
In marketman
pleasantly spent with relatives or ht sends a messenger
; Save money on furniture and hard- diana. Christian church, and will be led byJ. the fields. : to her house to receive her orders, and
*ware. 20 cent off at Waring The lives of these and
per M, Gardner; The male public gen- men women I the goods are sent to her in a parraffned -
.:Trading Co. *. % 62-tf. Chas. M. de Martine, deputy collector -! erally is invited to attend. G. F.. Par have been the most extraordinary and or sterilized wrapper and in an 0

Cloud of internal revenue for this ker, president. most fruitful in all history. It is the automobile delivery cart. The tele-
Mrs. A. E. Drought, of St. farmers that have converted vast
district, was here Wednesday for a our hone the
spent Tuesday here shopping amongour few hours. The County Commissioners are domain from a wilderness into rich messenger.the driver, wrapper and r
j the cart and its must all be
stores. meeting today in extra session to accept fields and made.possible the flourishing -
by the Soda crackersin
I One of those genuine Havelin Din the bonds of the newly elected cities. paid consumer.
Save on furniture and hard- an ornamental lined box cost
money more
Sets will make ideal Christ- officers and transact other While their horizon still
i ner an county any was
ware. 20 cent Off at Waring than those sold in bulk from a bar-
per i mas present. Price only $25.00. W. ,, business that may properly .come before bounded by the clearing his axe had
.f;, Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. I I B. Makinson Co. 52-2t them. made, the prophetic pioneer farmer rel. Lard in a sealed tin pail or but- )
ter in an ornate packet must be more
Eugene Bryan, of Jacksonville, is I'W. and his wife boldly dreamed of con-
B. Crawford, of the firm of Vans Henry W. Smith, of Wauchula, was tinental conquest. Their vision expensive than it used to be when '
here for the holidays with his parents, saw
and Crawford left Friday in the city a couple of days this scooped from a tub and dropped into
'' Agnew beyond the dank the bleak
Mayor and Wrs. N. C. Bryan. swamp
; business trip to Philadelphia week. He owns extensive and desert the crock which the housewife sentor Claus r'i
I. night on a orange and the dark forest to the lofty
.,, Just received a car of sash and and New York. grapefruit groves at Bassenger, and buildings and the jostling multitudesof took to the shop for it. So with a
I here attending to the shipping hundred other articles. They are stored
door Fine stock. W. B. MakinsonCo. was mighty cities-beyond the rank,
Notice Dr. Wino now has his office packed, sold and delivered in much
,_ 52-2t of a carload of his fruit to the northern grass-clad prairies to the seas of gol-
up staris in the new Willson building markets. den grain-beyond the harsh life of more expensive way than they were,

Rose, orange blossom, violet and j I where he expects to be for office the log hut and the sod house to the and the additional expense comes out }
q other floral bead cheains just received. hours from 10 to 12 a. m., and 2 to The ladies of the Episcopal church cozy homes of their children where of the pockets of the consumers.In J
'/ Miss Lord. It. I 4 p. m. His office phone is No. 97. will give a reception and dance on should be comfort and the, some respects it is luxury. In I 1
His residence phone is No. 33. 48tf New Years' eve at Firemen's Hall. things df life higher some it is convenience. In some it ;
r I R. J. Geurnsey left Wednesday for Light refreshments will be served, and be for him and though her. they might not is sanitation. In some it is simple
his old home in South Carolina and expects I For Christmas gifts go to F. H. an admission fee of one dollar will have neatness and cleanliness. But which- rr
I I to be absent about ten days. Lawson's. lie has shirtwaist pat- be charged gentlemen, but ladies ad- good Richly that they earned all the ever it is, we greatly doubt if tho YY
to them.
comes For
terns from :SOc up; pretty waists, mitted free. have they average consumer, even the one who ..
j" Save money on furniture and hard- handkerchiefs, umbrellas, sweaters, enriched not themselves alone, grumbles most at the increased costof
t 'J'' Ware. 20 per cent off at Waring I ties and socks, tie racks, leather goodsetc. H. J. Luff, sanitary engineer, of but the nation.Agriculture living, would willingly go back to

't 4 +t' //'Trading' Co.'s. 52-tf. 52-lt Cleveland, Ohio, spent Saturday in will be the backbone ever has of all been business and ever in the old order of things, even if by so

c' ..y the city and was a pleasant caller at this doing prices could be put back to the J
this office. Mr. Luff spoke in high country.-Atlanta Journal. old figure.-New York Tribune.

terms of Kissimmee, saying it was an
exceptionally clean city, and was cer- More Drinking and Smoking. The Stenographer's Innings.On .

j tainly very healthy. Reformers of the concerned Nation's personal with the habits regulation a trial in a certain court in this .a

state, when the witness on the stand
'\J Some of the members of the COlum- will find cause for bitter disillusion
was being subjected to merciless
bian Quartette, which appeared at the in the increased consumption of whis-
( cross-examination in
auditorium Monday night are relatives key, beer and cigarettes reported by answering one
question the witness nodded. Where-
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk, and the Commissioner Internal Revenue. the court stenographer who Desirable Ten
upon was
:1 the latter came in in his automobile According to the tax returns, 450,000 crowding the limit to get it all and
: Toys and carried them out to his elegant more gallons of whiskey and 320,000
country home for a brief visit. more barrels of beer .were consumedin could not: see the witness, at once demanded tr

: the third quarter of this year than
"Answer that
Mrs. C. J. Woodall returned home during the same quarter of 1911,.and the witness replied.question, to which. and Twenty
Monday morning after a months' stayin cigarette consumption rose by a bil-
"I did
LaGrange, Ga., where sheVa" lion, to a total of 3,800,000,000.This answer ; I nodded my
head. The
called to the bedside of her brother, increased addition to liquorsand stenographer, without a

andFIREWORKS J. A. Hobbs, who died just a few hours tobacco has occurred in spite of with moment's hesitation, came right,,back Arce TractsFor
after her arrival on Nov. 16. The deceased a prohibition sentiment which has
"Well, I heard it rattle but could
had been in ill health for sev- found expression in recent years in
not tell'whether it and downor hti
much was up
eral new compulsory abstinence
from side to side.-Law
Notes. }
legislation on statute books, as wellas Trucking and Fruit Grow
Leo P. Jordan a member of the in the/ regulations of railroad and .
draughting force of the Newport industrial corporations, and in the ing. Our land extends from

[ News Ship Building Co., arrived in face of a notable extension' of the : ::::: :: :I ::
1 the city Tuesday afternoon, and will agitation against smoking in public city limits nearly to Orlando. i
until tomorrow be the guest of S. J. places.
r Terms $2 cash and $2
Triplett at his home near Narcoossee, No doubt the fundamental cause of If have : per acre

when he will leave for Philadelphiato the increase in both cases is the pos- you per acre monthly.
I spend the holidays with his family. session by the public of more money
to spend for intoxicants and tobacco. Rooms to Rent Write for Booklet.
Major Charles McArthur of Brooklyn
interesting the deductionmay
] N. Y., who has been at St. Cloud be as an economic index of List them
: for the last three months, has gone it contains pros-
1 perity, a disappointingcommentary
A. S. GILBERTMain home on account of business matter
V *s on the progress of reform me McKOY
At the recent election he picked himself on these particular line*.-New ;
\ out as candidate for governor on York World.
the Woman's Suffrage ticket and wa .
I Street elected without opposition. He is now "Slick Nickel" Refused. Mrs. E. E. Wells

$ known at !St.! Cloud as "Governor." He At Greenville S. C., the jury in Land Copan,: ::,;:

ja hopes to be back later, complete his the Court of Common Pleas recently \< 'j ..;
cabine\.and resume the duties incidentto Boazman, who was put off a city Phone 118 Willie B iULj M Building! '", 1;
: the office of chief executive The street car several month ago becausehe !

J ;; .JIJIIIJIJIIIHhiJIIIJiIflIIiiiiiIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIiT Gazettewill be glad to hear of his re handed the conductor a "slick KISSIMMEE. FLA., '' '\ t\\

I turn. nickel" in payment of his fare. t. ".wJ4
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I 12.00 Iron Bedstead. for. 8.85 \

. 5.00 Iron Bedstead, for 3.65 .

12.50 Dresser, (or. 9.90

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13.50 Dresser, for' : 10.02. ,

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15.00 Dresser, for. 12.65 "I

,( 2.25 Stag Paint, for 1.92 ' ;.!

e ..s i I 2.25 S. W. P. Paint, for. 1.92

2.25 DeVoe's Lead and Zinc Paint 1.92

I 1.50 Chalmette Paint 1.05 .

1.50 Pullman Paint 1.05

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1.10 Linseed 011. .63

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f I I protection measures last year, it will\ I I| <'OM, Ml SXI<) <;It'I K4I.K Of
KISSIMMEE 26 I HII. isrvi:.
; be wrong for him to vote against I Under and by virtue of a decree of tfffiiriffiSilfiWiliHMIfiHiffiKB 1 Y1y1y1 $ 1 7, 1 1j1Y1 1 1 1y1y1y1y1y1y1 1yt$
t them next year. To merely vote partition and sale rendered by the
ST. CLOUD 24 with the majority is wrong. It is JudKi of the Circuit Court of the Sev- ffifi
: i nth Judicial! Circuit iif Florida. In and
iLr the cheapest kind of demagogueryto for OHrtola County and' Issued out of !
talk Democracy and then vote said Courtln, a CUUHU therein pending, You Can Live
WAS! RESULT OF BASKET BALL with the Republicans under the when,'Lawrence and Isadora: Lk Uarlow A. Heard Is complalnant and- [J! in Kissimmee and Dress Just as Well :Wfi

( ( :,GAME HERE SATURDAY BE- pretext industries.of "protecting" Florida's' infant John Q. Heard the 'her erllfreeIlC"t'husband. are::mis.BionerM repondentsi -. I| as Though You Resided in Jacksonville or New York. !x' :'

'I/ : ; IOLS. The bill that proposed a reductionon In chancery the .
'TWEEN\: .TWO SC highest and beat bidder fop cash, at
wool which would have saved the !x .J
.f public autlon at the front door of the HERE IS HOW '' :.
consumer $2.60 on every suit of Court House In. Klafitmmee. Osceola x !Ii -"
clothes passed the House last April, Count)'. )Florida; on TUESDAY 1HI3 I
y Such a yelling as was indulged in but the records show Mr. Clark "not 14TH HAY OK JANUARY A. 1J, 1918,
I "
timing the hours of legal sale to the
f Saturday afternoon on the vacant lot 5
1 voting. I following diHCftbed real estate the oMid-Winter Clearance Sale
opposite the high school building was Last January a bill passed the I property, of the said Compln lnHnt, Law
sufficient evidence that an exception House to reduce the dotiei on metals.. r 'nii I. Harlow, and Hnfd spondenta.
John Heardhi
iHiio'i'ra A Heard l and Q
ally close game of basket ball was This bill placed printing presses, .r huHhtiiifl Hltuate In paid Oaceola
being played between the Osceola sewing machines., typewriters., me- Count Florida, to-wlt
high school pupils and a picked crew chanics' tools. on the free list and Lot HiKlnhlnK one II)..I Block tru northeast I.. of Bob turner Huns'of I of Clothing and Furnishings is Now On 5 5WE
r' school.\
from the St. Cloud would have saved yearly the consumer Addition to the Town of KlRHlmmee
From the vast throng of little ones $80,0000,000. CongressmanClark CttFlorida. run west slxtalx ((66)feel

'.,. present one could easily believe that ; is. on record, "not voting." tllm t(129)(hi nca) feet south, thence one hundred east sixty-six twenty- I START IT JUST A MONTH EARLIER THIS YEAR OWING TO A BACKWARD !:
of ten
Kissimmee had population if
Approximately saving (66) feet and thence north one hundred
) 1
_ J and what they have- '-nln feet to the of SEASON AND WE WILL BE SATISFIED WITH JUST ACTUAL COST ;n
!'4i: thousand, lungs the people $88,000,000 yearly, the bill I w.'nt\ (129) place fi
, ) the noisiest noise that was ever heard to reduce the duty on cotton passedthe I I I ulnnliiff, tOKeth with the buildingsllunle ,
with all and singular
"l I l"y th>'rton. |
; : in Kissimmee they made. But there House last August and Congressman .- the hereditaments, tenements and appuitenanceH fifi
was also a crowd of grown-ups pros- ]I Clark is. of record-"not vot- thereunto belonging, nnd |
ent to witness Kissimmee take the IL.a I I ing." tery rlKht. t lltle and Interest leKnl or :
equitable of the aald Lawrence L. Harlow |
game by a score of 26 to 24, Those Organized labor urged the bill to InI"Rdora A Heard and John Q
-t9. who are judges of good playing state.I'amend the laws relative to the u- Hi aid." her husband, of In and to the I ISlltlll :
that the Kissimmee team is a very diciary. The bill provided that in- S H BUI.I..OCK' I Clothing Reductions Average One-Third
strong one, and would have a good junction shall not be issued without JA8 M. JOHNSTON.AHTHUK .
chance to win from any school team giving the parties enjoined notice, E. ONK(1AN. III
in the Stale.MOCK and an opportunity to be heard.Congressman UIC1GKU. Commissioners FURNISHINGS
ts ('omplalnan is Solicitor 61-4t I w 25' PER CENT
Clark is of record-
Thin sale fintlnued until dale above
f.,, "not voting." named. Jan. 14. 1913. I !Ii
s TRIAL NIGHSCHOOL Another labor bill to protect the STATEMENT.Made 1 1I Mark Cross Leather Goods 20 PER
lives of employees in match factories I CENT i iIi
PUPILS finds Congressman Clark "not vot-
I I under section 32, chapter 5596 <:Ii ';! ,"",
m ing.A bill to establish a Department of I I Laws of Florida, showing the amount ,. J:Ii Knaph-Felt and Christy Hats A THIRD x.!
of taxes charged to the Tax
Colleptor j
Commerce and Labor, a bureau to
r. TONIGHT JVt AUDITORIUM. AN of Osceola County, Florida, to be col-
the welfare of children
} ADMISSION FEE OF 15 AND and investigate to look into the health of little lected for the current year 1912, and :> J I and so on all through the stock

y' CHARGED.ti ones, finds Congressman Clark "not the apportionment of the same to the j I
$( 25 CENTS TO BE ," several funds for which taxes have :Ii

I voting A bill passed by the House' to investigate been levied. j -"i"

ti the Money Trust finds Con- Arr.r Tonight at the auditorium the high I gressman Clark "not voMng." !.'.. IV12.
'+ school pupils will hold a mock trial, Congressman Clark in an inter- Revenue jj FLORIDIANS KIOW that TOOLE'S IS THE HOME OF CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN ,
To amount a..esecd---------S18 879 90 I
tip ; the case being for breach of promise. '' view says: "We will have a Democratic -' Amount collected ____u_ S 182 86 and that all of I hit good are backed by his personal guarantee of absolute satisfaction Wn

whenwomen During this are age demanding of suffragetism every, administration" so see now Balance to be collected ____116 197 04leneral or your money back. : We bare without question the most carefully selected and larr- ifin
how I vote. It appears to me thata I
( School fund: et stock of Clothing in the State.
right possessed by men and then a man can vote right under a Re- To amount JUB..SII..duU8 192 86 YiIi
1+ few, it seems a little out of place fora publican administration just as wellas Amount collected __u______ 4 484 02 i i !
member of the masculine gender to under a Democratic administration. Balance to be collected _.__Ill 708 84 ================
t. be.sued for breaking his pledged vow The next House will be over- County Hoad Yi I
to one of the feminine persuasion, whelmingly Democratic and the To amount aaaesaed _______12 066 86 r
;' but our high school boys and girls best time to fight is when the opposition Amount collected __________ 3 819 44 i % Yi-. :
haven't yet developed these latter is holding the whip hand. Balance to be collected ____118 236 u''jl I OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS w !
traits, and belong to that old school To vote with the Republicans just County Special: I I 1

of that, believes woman was made to love, because they are in power would To Amount amount collected assessed--___-______-_-oS. 7 1 SKI 271 96 15 II ] Can avail themselves of tie sale Bargains too, where references are furnished will ifi
cherish and protect, never to Florida \
give nothing. ] send several! articles and patterns for selection. Goods also S-
____ can be sent C. O. Our
l i ceived. Frank talks a great deal about Balance to be collected I 6 078 SO .
Anyhow if you wish to have two demagoguery, but the people wantto To Rub-School amount aaaeased No.1.: ___ _91 699 22 l MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT is in chart of a capable manafer ttoroBgU'experiJ; 2 '
house of real fun go to this mock trial see him vote Democratic all the Amount collected _.,----hU---- 614 18 .in enced in fitting and satisfyiaf customers. by mail and we guarantee to absolutely pleas ., *"
I II I tonight. Maybe it will do you good. time. They are not interested in !Ii yed.. !
Prices 16 and 26 cents. Balance to be collected u__9 1 115 04HubHchool
his statement about Woodrow Wil-
j Y.1.!
I>l t. No. 2: !Ii'Ii <
son, because Frank can be mistaken.It To amount aaaeaaed _____.9 2t4 79 i I "
c ;: WOULD NOW GET STRAIGHT. will be remembered that Frank in Amount collected ._____n__ 16 6. !

'. many interviews last Spring said Balance to be collected ___.9 11* 16 !Ii y'1flRECT '
,y (St. Augustine Meteor.) that Harmon would sweep Florida Sub-School Dlat. No. 2:
? Frank Clark Congressman from and old Harmon did not even To amount ........ed h_e-__9 409 90
p ,.' 1.1.i.. the Second Florida District haj an get his poor name on the ballot and was Amount collected .____hU__ 102 10 i i L. C. TOOLE CLOTHING. COMPANY G1O1 DRESS: E
Interview in 'thelocal'' daily papers rarely mentioned except by Governor Balance to t be collected _u_S 909 20 '
Woodrow ah Wilson, but Bub-School Dlat. No.4. I FOR MEN '
regarding i Albert W. Gilchrist, Congressman I. ,
.. _____
To amount "II.ed 9 1 111 S4 .
.... knows but,little about Woodrow n
Frank Clark and Matthews.
Eugene __ .
Amount collected 1O- 29
.' ; Wilson,-because he belongs to UUn I 15-17-19 and 21 Laura St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. ::jjj
.. ,_.J the other aide. of the Democratic:. More BacMlors of Course! Balance to b ecollected ____9 1 101 66 .
.1."ou' ehold..1' note that Mr. Clark Someone says that more bachelors Hub-Bohool 1>aaarmed9 1.U No. S.: 1(1 ,Tl 4J N.'L.-The Bargains in the Boys' Depubaeat are ...u, as great I IK'fiJfitfilliffiWffiWWJfiWWW '
To amount
explains why he voted with the, Qe-t go insane than married men but that'sa : Amount collected' ______.___ 17 02 I Ih .
y the tariff"but promise r-erfectly logical conclusion. Most i ,
publicans on ..
1,1 when 'a real l'', Democratic tariff bill' married men don't have time to indulge Balance to be collected ____914 *9 '

'2> "Is up he will vote fort 'r 1 .in the luxury of Insanit7.JPhiladelphia 1 R. O. JOHNSTON Court Oaceola Clerk Circuit County. 'I ! ! ! ! !Ii!liYli;! 1' ylylyl'ff'! yfffl! fYifi1fi1i! j 1fi 1fi

F ,If 1 it was right" ." !. rk to vote"for Inquirer. By Ja1n0.34. Jobaaton. D. C. 11-1 y l l" ; .. '. .' f fj
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) .,;I ." .1'' c.. 'a.' '.e,-t.I'" Resident .\ .. ,' -. ':,'tIIID : : "butterttes' -'- ,:t ::
I. q l ola ... : are Two'verydosiraWe close-in L" J.',I1ft. .: 4\ I : : '-J zCRIN.ER
..!" Iota resident . .. sample the fy flower of the ... '1 I
r'h It'r' \>, These'lots.on.'' which ia a'comer Jot 'J and clinging to,''the:half'open ...
, 1 ,r 'ar.'on the water,' sewer DEPENDANTSCRAIG' buds,;'mocking, bird is kinging
and electric light linear ''Located three : the home and the.,squirrels are : a.II:, ;SIEV'ER'REALTY '
and one half blocky ,
Broadway; ing tag and chattering at'their Tv
.nd JWQ,'felocks from Osceola High m;es'the blue Jays, who are
: t ..choo.Q- lt, the. place for a fine. BILL.. WAS'' 'TAS88B* BT their 'acorn' and all .this;, COMPANY' '> '

bome. w.f ar* offenng these lots"i" tort, ,fIOUSEtF REPRBSENTITIYES,}I sight and jound..this riot,'of., n
'. a short time ..t'a Very low price and "' EBAT& late in November ,One can ,. 1
00. easy tellp\s. Call and we will ahow WITHOUT: : realise: that ,there "is any' W :
Land OrsingLGrovea Hick' Hammock ;
them Lsia ;
'to )'ou. But,Florida' doe*.'feel the,cold *
+ e 4re [( 39tf'' 'If., M. BREAKER &, CO'' try blasts ,occasionally: l and it Land ,Land: :at all:Price,and_ I;(Ea y; en.\; !' .1 ,1 '

1 Nice Home Close to,Lake I From Waahlnj-ton cornea the'Infor good. A letter. from a friend in .',..' '... .,'
fornia ..
told of the
. No; 460.-A.. new 5-room cottage. m.tion'that ne.rg6.000 widow ,and lauitudt.of.mind.utter ,: : acres Stack wiIi e.w..iaa H((vaJee; .,... ". '
and-body, '
....-..-'--- '- ......... two..Jar**"lo .t'6Hlr( 1<54'' wt-Bachf; ,-minor-'Children oft"veterans< of' the -
evidently ,worn out the for otter estate' :. ,_ .. L 1''
splendid well of. artesian water, fif. : Spanifth-American war or'the Philippines real. .-: :-' r; < : ',
the climate has worn us but
teen insurrection between April 18
see,' this bearing orange trees. Call and 1898 4 1902 certain not have' the cold 'that '1"1Ieed 50-acre Oraife Grove will trade" for'aalf' vaW' ,re '. ",
li o$ lalelgeat FnaomyF proposition. price $1,200" and July ,,on conditions . ,
invigorate but how different in
24tl, j. H. M.: BREAKER & CO.! : shall receive a pension of. $12 (for other real bakace I
.Jj i.I Pa; the Best, a. a'eatpea \ month., For each minor child the ida; a few day of coldweath.h' estate, easy pajateaU, -;- ; ;

.Which Mna ,:Truck ,and Citrus Emit Land.ofNhe4bestetrucltaa ., widow would receive.$2' and in'case dom more than a.week at,a '1' ,.

WJY?WHITE CLOVER HOUR ; one-half acres of the widow death'the $12 would-be. : the balmy'\\day of' spring' like : FLORIDA I;.
lines come again : v
d paid,to th.child.orchildrea. 1: "
'I.I. Xn>n*c n af pwffcilon in lhr.rt Kiasimmee ; fruit land In But it is not to the wealthy' . I
j.4 mtllln Pei eel h. dlln* from Park. This land ilf in REASONS to those Who for: -
lit* ffrowlnit rh..r.1.lii 1.rh.4..> proximity to the lake, Call on us and SOME are'searchinR:
ol ih and pleasure that Florida bids a
16w. flMi hd
ry > pro4vcl Incur "
> tiom. we :will put you in,'touch with the PEOPLE,, LIKE' FLORIDA.It welcome, .but,to those who

I C.du.r..u.d/,.ndrd U MX th louml* BEST highly bony MtlA',, owner This you carl is deal direct.with him. ,..;....--:... the city,' of1 its, heartless i ,

duction property from what offered at a great re.. Proves a,, Land of Enchantment to strife,and to those who, beaten
in this locality '
iiASIT"'lt sides .in the effort to make ;
ty0URGROCER : more
*Ae selling for. "- ,Everyone Who Payee a Visit! or' a living wage and often but '.
* iisl trl 24-tf H.. M... BREAKER. &' CO."Thelr' ". : Homes' Here.-, istence, not a living,-that

, .. "come and "' : "
try me, The OldMt snd ;
: LmrcMt IncaimM* AWM Iq,O. oIa Cou'Q-
it ; For Sale < By Nellie M;,.Jerauld in. Here today, late: in November 1 y
Splendid team of mares 6 .raW: 6 I Pensacola Journal strawberry* beds are green LIFE' ,ACCIDENT_ ,HEAL. ), .

years, old, well broke* kind and.gen- Some yean ago a',man, was sent uriant, bearing promise of rr1rNONt sal .
Ue; also wagon and double harness. south ,by vhis firm 'tostransact'somebusiness ance from March until''' June.

Enquire of Nelson Realty Co., John for,them:" the business was asparagus bed holds promise, ' 'r +

H.. Payn, 25-tf of such a nature that be had to travel early spring while, the foliage President; : N.,C.; BRYAN; Secretary,
blackberry and Logan berry is
over many miles of territory. ,Upon
l PAT Splendid Residence Lot. his return north he began'writing his and ,, bids fair 'to repay' for all.

f 'No. TFln* 1 large, vacant corner impressions of the south,--but found The graQea"of, many varieties Waters & Carson' l
held peach and plum trees are .
lot80xl H feet close to lake. that the.south very. little attraction pear
Splendid .
resting'' after abundant '
lyl) an
location,'good neighborhood. We for him, that there was nothing
the Closet holds the"result.The
worth writing what he had
are offering this large lot at the except '
low Price of $400 cash. H. very M. heard and seen in'Florida and he garden is growing, '
BREAKER CO. wrote a most charming book entitling Brussels sprout, cabbage and, Company
& '
16-tf "
it ":"Florida 'the Land of' Enchant lards all'doing their best .to
..-... ;2t. ment." J yond all danger of front; a .

1 ',' I And ao it Is with almost every one of lettuce :shows'. green:' onions, Wholesale l and Retail( 'Dealer*In
t .
ishes and peppers size
table .
who visits Florida or who makes their ?
DANCING' home here for any length of time. It ery, ready for transplanting. '
THE TOP' NOTCH PRICE CLASSESunder proves a land of enchantment to alL go Into detail when almost-'

FOR CITRUS FRUITS direction of The. class who by reason of their Fruit and vegetable that can be "' /'t I",
MRS. J. D.. WOODBECKat abundance are able to select a home In the United'States will .
it assured l only when the fruit is where nature has done her best to Florida That tells,. the ,;tale:; '. . .', .}
properly beautify after seeing Florida is convinced I Many a meal have we eaten : : ...:, , .
wrapped packed etc. "
FIREMEN'S HALL that it is useless to seek further .. posed of vegetables and ,fruit . .. ...t.. **..*.*.*
Good quality ,wrapping paper; Monday Evenings 7:30 to 9OO for all that is necessary to pleasethe >> dome grown and fish or oysters r .: ,:.. I f. '

nice clean eratrs conatructed.eoas Thursday .. 7:00 to 8:30: eye and give ease to the mind is I from the bayou in front of the. SELL.Y o. e 'WK BUY ', *>
in this most favored of states. nothing bought except flour, : ,
to CARRY and ch'dl'lIlina-: and coffee the of :4', ..
LESSONS FIFTY CENTS.EACHPrlv.te I high cost living. 00 *; HIDES, I C
Lion in ,good cqnd i tiOl'l. Warm In November not'worry us. '. '. "' \ I v'
instructions If !; : I'<; ,
\ desired at Today, late in November this ar- Wood for fuel merely for the "j FURS ,, i"
; .: i
: .
OUR 5TOOLo __ _. special. rates.The' . tlcluL! being written in a'room th.tjle.satfy ting, a plentiful supply. ,No -' ,, ., . ..*"(. ,:'l. ,, . i'-\; \, ,. ;
- -
- ---- -- "' |T. ,| II r- Ill I .. :
Is ) ;; wormedTJy t.J1e sun. The sum tne amount and nug fie ....., :+ '" WOQL, .. ', ", ) f'" +
of fouth window .into a tiny! cactus when the cold day come. '
opens ,, O't 0; '
: : 1I1'I'
ROYAL WRAPPING PAPER room which is also heated by the .un; Stop a moment and take into .. ,,,+', '. ' I. n ..,iP,, 0 / 'w'
CRATE MATERIAL the-?rest red b-adc of the epiphyllum sideration the advantages. of a : .sBOXES, + ..'* ' ; ,AND ', ... ; < '.i+' "
COATED NAILS are \ ..,' bright sun and ti: In Florida.. An equable climate,' .. ' 0' 0 ,, :' ,. { '''' .: +
CEMENT; different' colored spines of the various t ty of scenery,. clear, pure, water .* '"'>'*''' '*" 0:,1; ( :w';'r' ''ALL' ; :;'i\f.17't' + .

,IS THE LARGEST IN THE STATE New cacti shine with health and vigor. Iri growing fruit and .vegetables *: flw '. ft? .. .\ -" '

''I, end meets all the requirements 01t. : the north these hud to -wintered in home, use, fish for the : 'iLE'. CRATES, / ,* < :: :COUNTRY {.;
the cellar'and all ters, for the picking ,fuel { ,. P '
so growth was ,' up, + ,'l,4.: .4; "'- > 'j ": r' ;

t. the fruit"VAll and, vegetable packer. Home Bakery'DARLINGTON year.stopped. ,, here, they (grow the entire: : ., cutting.Is there' another "'state' 'wlth" ,':NAILS, '' '* ,.r0 r1 , ,.,PBODUCEv.. *

: Orders Shipped PromptlyA Out in the rose bed the American these advantages? .. . ++ ; OOOa0000j ;....t ....;.: 0
beauty .and 'Maman Cochet are I\ ,
4' filled with buds and blossoms and 0440,000000 0000. ,' f

full I $tock of Tenti. AVENUE Madam Kruger and Kilarny are,show 0. and garden seed of' all kinds. < ;r

ing the red of an abundant new foli ::: GOOD ROADS.; ::, attention t. out hunting and'camping partfeav
if ;: WE FURNISH ALL NECESSARY The violets in full bloom : . Phone .
are r."
Make. a. good age. in city limit No, 1%., i .'
FOR PACKING : and the thunbergta. is loaded with .. .. +. .. ..+ . .
r ,SUPPLIES . . 0<. \ ,. agents for good fertilisers., Ask., as'forrctreslarsand. :,,, "I
buds 4 inches long and are but "
FRUITS AND VEGE-< BREAD half The chrysanthemums they. '1h, demand for ,the' 'partle; ... ,,b

:.: 1A LES'; : PIES colors, white all shades of red1 glow Itruction S of highways ha : \ I ; \, i: T '

ing yellow, bronae., lavender and dainty National 'one, and the 1 .
'E. BEAN & SON GO. pink, a riot Of beauty,,all in a bed Congress of m comprehensive ;

Rivemde Viaduct ., ..CAKES together protection,,none from'of the.these frost.have, had ,any of of Federal the .pparent'ftrtalntl.s aid in road building, 'of is : '

4 The lawn is the trees near future: : TIIURs'DAYErV': ; '' A'I
are : :
Florida. green ENINsl'
' JACKSONVILLE,.,< FLORIDA at any Bakery. in lovely with their dark green foliage, While the demand for' Federal : }
"f A y''" and the clear blue water, 01. Five comes from all classes of road '..

..f., ...Nl Mile flows, by BO clear that the oysterson every one of whom is naturally ..,

: 'r- ' -- J,:H.. ,REED;, Proprietor 'the bottom are of the also bayou the fish are.'visible'as lazily back fitted of by the every movement addition for to better the 1 1 1 1 1.1. 1 1 1 PIREMEHALL"K

ways, the two classes that will
'Th ,
swimming by.' and brown
!. ,)yellow. the greatest: benefits under

. .. scheme for a national system of
ways are the :farmers, to,whom )<
TITLE'wARAIVTY: roads are an imperative necessity, : INVESTMENT; T
the: motorists? whose number''' is : .
OF stantly increasing, and whose
; I are being recruited daily from ,

the,farmer. as well, ore the town BUY NOW .StU THIS WINDER; .
COMPANY Bank In OsccoU COunty'DepositorY' era;; *, . ,
: In-making the Federal aid ''AT'A LARGE INCREASE *
prop ', . ', .' v>
the main feature of its "
legislative .
j Cneranleea the..Title t. Lands.Prepare For gram,.. the 'national '&'. lit, .. .... ....... ......-. to w* Jr 3//
is working for all the ki. '
: *' ''Merchantable; Ab COVNTT OF08CBOLA 'CITY OP KISSIMMBB., important interest concerned in ', r-a fad wise.people are, hsylag Reel F.tate'NOW;; I' YAK.

: good roads movement.. .The .an Investment the following 11III01 property bo sold -
1.trcti'of1tle.. to TIstber and Stock Fully Paid .. $50.000.00. ., !,, : I.
Capital ahoat
-*- Automobile Association has at tw.tMrde'it'actual vale, and ** easy t...*..;

f r ;Colonisation, ',,Tracts. anywhere Surplus _?_*-,- 30.000.00 itself in favor : .:. The Improved. property, Incladed. fas the list'.""'c.a'. Ir'
"f1ortd "" Stockholders' Liability -*::-_.:SOjOOO.OO .:. government of,a, system of .. peratoatk f' '
: . which, I
t 'i.l. ., .', Depositor Security ,...-- ,_..---,,." ..?..;.__130000.00. .' cross highways,the;:country in shall every ,. .' .*-roon NoH with bath and electric lights;, fronting'.a t
and touch commonwealth
. : INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. every'. ; street;'renting:for,$20.00, per I ineRtia This. property %>
1 M lr : . . .. relieving the State* of the f: "
building .and'maintaining $2.500.00. ',' ,1
Titles to to.jtY'Lot8 SAfETY'DEPOSI"! BOXES'FOaRENT.. :
r : pal through route, and enabling :

, tF\ }EXAMINED"PROMPTLY: .C. A. Cin.i, JaeM.Le. ., ML'Katz, ;N.B., ,Cino.,," to concentrate, their available .. cottage and hath"nearly" new, modern .In every way,. '..
'lad Prest building funds n the::county : fronting on brick paved street. renting for $10.00 per
.: !" '..1i"" .President. Vic President ;VIc. !' Caahl: roads. ,' ., .. .
township ; '
) .. j'l .J'' .. ; be cheap at $1.loo.ot,
' At the first Federal Aid Good "
; ; : : '
, ''. '" t'i S: Convention in Washington, D. C., cottage; on largo lot,' fronting on brick paved'treet, '
; i
LEw1B.'O'BBYAN"rManager uary, 1912, resolutions\ were, ,
.\'t !: . i eolection'Hou.. renting for.,"$10.00 peraosth.'This:, .
asking for the of a '
j., ,Kisslmmee. .. "" Oflee f (11' gressional appointment, purchased separately-wonld cost $L250.00.; ;,

, .'j,}' , ,:i' .. .-.FIRE' ,LIFE ACCIDENTINSURANCE the ,whole subject; and report a : ..." located .)large, '
t, ,-' ,, :. .. prehensive program ,f or, Federal ;cottage; lot,';fronting on brick

"" .. (I.". propriations;, for road, . ,' renting'for, 110.00.per. aoat....' Easily. .worth $900.00. ,, .'
I.. i: J Head" Ugieei i" BlsWe!. Building, Yes Best 'Company : .Such a joint committee was :' ""', a

, \' 'Jacksonville. ;F1..j. ,Br.aeh..f "f I and'is expected to, report' at the e" rental of. $14.00. .per' month..: ''W.rt1l. *.

;' . : i.". , ... . ' .. . ; . ... ing session) Congress.' In', :- ,
f;Kisal.iaee.:,;Fla;:j FortV. ?Myew,. y t. '0 to"this.,appropriation of $ } i,< "
, y 'yp .,.Arcadia.!. .F1a.i/ ; '; tt. : : not i use the same good.judgment in '.buying :. :was A made to be expended under : tta .%re.t", .to' ,,colored,,people. ;' 'renting. for. '$5.00 per: .
; ?: direction ..I'the 4 '" 1 :
that do ink buying goods1 for, joint > 50000. '\ '
,' ', l l"Getthe'.Habii -N Insurance you your : Agriculture'and 'the, . ..; f\,; _,& ,
...' store clothe for your famlly2' .. Ji l lM eral/ for the" of'. ,
.., or, : : ':'t. vw ; : improvement interest in 144 city Uita. each lotv e a.lly a"ns.oo"; '

jo\. ..-- ,-- - over"which: } ,rural free delivery:. .* aregradually inereaaing,7'. :,.t'... ' <. .'. '.

I., .. i GEtfCyy 'Tje'{: second Federal'Aid- :: -:' ;. '}. '. '! ". r> t 'v ;

' : j." ?: ARTHUR E. : DONEGAN INSURANCE, : : ,be held'' Washington>D. .in mieident,brta,worth .$500.00. .each,, ,.q.\. Vij"; ': ',, : I
: _,
, I in March 6 and 7 1913 that \ \
.- By *'
. ,, ' w111'8nd 'ire
.' andyoiI that 'all .of tJl..IIo.e' '
)&' ..r.: -ASMOKE' ': (. It'will be possible to review- good i
1 3'' '! ;IA C.1WAGNERManaier. ; :; ,a ... : may,, have ,been :accomplished i by; ,.worth at 'a low estimate1 $14,850.00"Wi.wili: sell .\7)'': >
,, Boone's''Straight' a . . :-1 1I ; : :
t ? > Y present Congress/and to take the above schedule for the learn .r$9,300.oo.; The'person. ,

' .. ter up:with the new Congress,- will reap large'proa,%' -- ", '
I .
Will then be meeing in extra ... '* '* *. ** "*
., I The organized motorist: ', ..-have well 1 located; "
..f.I ,TLCay&witL.therReal Taste two boslneu lots"on Broadway, la I 1
,1. far,borne almost alone'the;; j1--*
, ; part'of the baaineiw district:'wMch'we fonl '
-"\ 'rf'd8oxiadeialidtedIoiltl f the'' fight for Federal Aid .:In'' ;; , are,offering,;
. : "Coversa'andVaults: / ; '
: ,4r
: '4"; {tor: ;Union"Label. 'Grave | a Specialty building. :A much more ,n : '., A'i'
.t .
>l : : '. class 'of beneficiaries through: '
WHITE; BRONZE adoption a Federal aid (be pleased'.have and, .see,these properties ,I
"' .. .. IiJp' Ing policy' will\ be the farmer, .... '. ..
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"1t : .t' f. "'!f' '' '' t" : \Is;:the ,in ;) '. monument, evel'7'armer' who wants to, see, ' 4i'r.

,""ti!! .'Jill{. '' ., made:. Will': rjot,; "get \moss-own system United".,.States of splendid'possessed highways of..*': BREAKER &: a'COMPANY: a .

\" "':'''' .,,;' "' -:S' ',. "': ' .. "',: .: S'L crack: :or"'Icrumble,, .jfs ;'more ,:artistic! to and the maintained great nationsvof by the Federal Europe, -' > . '. :.' -, .: ; '

GENTS'SUITS : : an d'less i ik9t would write to his : '. 1Io) 'I"
4. .. AND ) ; .,,expengiyeWfite :\ : ernment, 1
, -. :: ; ...... ..... 'and them . .
" I .... : : : : . man Senatorstelling:;; '. "
,'i/ { iRlside to .Orderr'ft. . i ;, "' r" ..... \ calC :
'f'. \ ( "'. ,. ,. "_ njejand Iwill..:; the great work for;the;common . L -
\ ,'- .'I.... ; ''Q : which the ..A-.' A., A. ha 'beat
;returns'arid [ resattsV: ''f. :
.; I : M.JOHN;',H.:; :PAYN.. .'.-- ..: ."' :HISSIMMEE: P.(O. j o : would be greatlv. ,,ba :: :
: '
MIl,. ,.. ,,- ,", ." ,.\- .,.', ; ,,. 4 _' ,. .,. ,,, . .. ..s, 'Wy , ,. Grower.j -I, :.... ",',Li.' Use. '',the *'>,.y ant".! ',columns- >, 'S'S .!......... 8iI.''. ,."\i...'.,.. f.'
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.. $>>jf ;Arricvltuir/); \ .. "But even the states. I;. ,:yritiiira.ia:. abtli.DlMliuto.: :' .''M '" .j:' ",
,.0".' \ '" '" "" 1 & UAtV* ;; I" pf .:, . ,, '.; ,: ;\ sipRsta ,R "
4 which have learned"th need of>;' adequate I : : : : ,

riH fttSSINGClUBa : f '!K"E'yea with to'bay aI maintenance have don'so onlyat I ;Toi; cum ;,up the, present ; ePHY9DttJ! :dt3U, LGEON, 4tOleoeCljer ,
. ,, considerable+ cos'The' smaller i uation In'' one sentence, I .w uld ; .
...;..,i. POSSIBILITIES civil divisions such, as counties or districts' I Construction, progressive," . ; .. :
".TAHOR...SHOP, f V '-' --._-- --. -- .,I ,".however; stil Icontinue. as graveoffenders I about as fast; as 1.{ expedient; \ 'n.ltl =
.:.-.:>..':<< _ AutoriiobileOr.iare 1 : 1Contlnu.d 1- 'In .this"matter," The' number 'tenance: ;:lagging; deficient; ,In : J.HOMPll ; r- ".

i ,<';( vINe. TAlLORlNQ of,counties which are still l issuing amount.ana quality." 'I . . '." V V
t : ( from Page 3.) bonds or levying taxes to build good W
.. ' :
I I'I roads, without, any ''provisions what Picking a Gardener. .
'cW: };LLKINDS; lour automobile II III official help or the money jof course it, ever" for::,m.lnten.nje.e.ily: ,c as i. .:A 'young housewif*',advertised \ ,.PI\YJt;IGI"
l Is known we can do very little. tonishlng.. a- competent'gardener work by r
t .
'W Catted: Forte D'el feted, ,." II IICo I Already we have used'up the appropriation : "Not only\ 'do they, make no' '.pro day. By a strange coincidence two ; 2nd Floor Wltlsoa Building. ,.

( ,**::; PHONEO1. I Repaired for postage stamps for this visions for'' maintenance/ they.dd plicants: appeared at the same >...e1I PIIONS 83, Sut.tt4lp..,. ',.'.,. .-
h t. year,and we' wUl have to "go slow" tillJanuary Insult to injuryby building the roads questioning first one then another .. _e W t. ,..--i . ,

..t(; : #'iilfC iLT1>l DUKE;, Proprietor I, wheti we-can draw on our with money raised from the issue of says Harper's Magaiine she 1
t : ; .. next years'appropriation.:' bonds which' in many Instances run spied hec,mother sitting on an ) DI WITI'.T, LICHTSEY;* '
a ,'". ;.r' i IN M I I I'l 11 Ml 111 i 11 i to roads are, necessary to for'' a period more than twice the site porch a,short distance . ,

; ; .L .. ., ; .. help.In the development of a country proboble life of the road. To Issue rectly behind the men, frantically, OSTEOPATHIC'VHYSICI AN ti

."''f.. GRIFFIN'S' tin our judgment a 'sy.tem"of,, fifty-year' bonds,' payable only at maturity ticulating and pointing Residence Phone 1274 ;h)
'I\ r S. public-highw.y i is ,the first step in n in order to raise money to .toward the less prepossessing:: of Office Phone. 98,.
i ;" nation's ... It has been said build of road two, 'The .woman, ' :
: 'a type which' cannot In young '
-<, .
,. GARAGE' you can Judge a man by the the nature of things last her mother had some personal 3 and 4' :,:'
,' ,;6. ;W'GRlFF1N company over twenty Bank Kieeimrn e'Fla, '
:", );!. ; : he keeps or. by the, books ,he reads. five'years: is t Unjust"'to posterity to edge of the applicant, hired him Bld'g ,|

\\i" : And right here:we; can s.y."Ve" can say the''' least. The term of the bond '

'(> l j j.Staple>r and Fancy tell the progress.of a. people by. incir should never exceed the probable life "Has that'man'ever done any' )I!.." B.', ),/' JENEtG: { :G
,J J public roads .:. of the road unless In such exceptional I for you mother?" inquired the .

j '" .',: "f' "' 11. The next Legislature shouldcome cases as where there is much permanent ter when they were along, ..'"' ''VETERINARIANSTOCK
..iI.'I''\: :( ROCRISr to the. rescue of the Agricultural work such as heavy grading or "No," replied the old woman; "I. TREATED roe
of the State and er saw the man before." b.l""
( .. Department acquiring new right of way when the ALL DISEASES. ' .
''1'. ..;' give more assistance in both men and term -may be juatly' extended. -This Then why. did you choose the i-ho..151 / ,'

3I'\ '- SpriggFlemi tg money. If Florida developer it must proposition' simply one of honestyand manT The,, other had. a...much 1'bons All OKLANDQ.. FEi, "

k1 ?; 1\\ ; ''Delivery to all 'Parts '. be largely through the Department of fairnes. If we ask posterity to face." . ,.
:\ Free : Agriculture and we cannot: afford to payout 'debts we, should make sure "Face! retorted the old N. L. ;

"4: : i:': I '. .ofthe City CLEANING be held back because of ,too,. limited that we are giving fair return in the briskly "When you pick out a' .

". .. ,,' ...r.1 tp PRESSING apprpriations. value of the improvements ,we' leave work in the garden you want BRYANDENTISTS
',."-1;; them. '. I by his overalls.' they're .
: "1' DYEING* What Wilson Said. "If we 'could only find some way to the knees, yon want him:If the Building ,
, mm ;: Squid
: iy mmmm*mmmmimiimmmm. ** g** ; -- Hon. turn toward maintaining,our 'roads is .on the! seat, you don't." { rk Avenue .
Only .
f%;", Vf* I fli l III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1. nii REPAIRING recently Wilson some of' the and enthusiasm I '?
.Jo ii .Mf Secretary of Agriculture, in an address energy .CLOUD FLOMDA 4
} } 'f'fri which is now directed '1IOIel,,- towa ,
before a convention of Southern
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< : ?;! StCCS.:: : : HOWARbt' Leave word 'rt my house and clothes farmers, said; the construction of weaentroari new roads we I \t\4UU) R., 0...' HMCATIO.V. 1. W. SIMPSON :"
"The South is making and would brighten the ) situation Circuit "
,. < 'will be crljed lor and returned. progress ( (*.r', eate .C Floriflmtlt. ..
.V'" is make astonishing progress: very greatly; for at present "aeveaY' ........... 0.

t' ..Pad': Hanger and 'Palntet in the next ten years. With proper the real road question is not one of vmrrttf('....I.)..-IN Kiuhr' C'IIANCJoJR\i-ui.". ,"'. DENTIST,;: ..
Satisfaction Guaranteedada.r64ludbal4a "
construction but of maintenance."And .
attention to stock raising and legume !l p Vermin, Upstairs la Katz Butldlnir.: > _
.' ..L --;!' growing :you can bring .up :your lands not onlymust we improve our JlMM-ph'' It.:.R.bble.., ttrltmtmmt, .... .-.. nouas" m.'o f
1a > ; to make two.bales of cotton present system of maintenance suchas It appearing by alfldavlt |- J.J: to 510"S. .'
.. per acre ; '.
VforA Cnaranf to the bill lied In . .
oJ the .
fc*4 ( ... .alliaaa4 we have but we must also workout I ' .
.. r and whenever it will do that' every cause that Joseph R Robbin. the No, 7S ,Jun 5. Ivr
4d a : -4 acre of it is worth $100 per." better methods, especially in sections ]I fondant therein named la a t> -. "-<<
: If thinking; ; of' hsrior "r dese.. M. TILLER dent of the Hint" of Florida '
t The statement of lion. James Wilson where labor is high. The maintenance ,, resident of Creaton, And W. W. CARSON, t .
; ;:'please aotify me taronin tbe f. 0. ,; is true. We need, only to do our of trunk lines by the systemof .I head State 6f Montana County over the of,
o v ". . Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNNMN I part and the results will show for section men or cantonniers will no wenty-ortv: year Itla .. DENTIST "
; i doubt ordered that Bald non-realdent {; .. ;
prove prohibitive. Some form -ys
x .. J. G. themselves. fondant .. --- .
: : HOWARD4tpd be and !I. hereby "
+k r *., .? : '. \\ Col. Henry Exalt president of the of self- *ropelled 'vehicle or train of ::ld"e bill of complaint "J Office over Cole's Jewelr :;Store
miii ii mi mil 111 iiRAYSTONE ,Texas Industrial In address vehicles, carrying: all the material and on or before the 6lh :
111 Congress
l t4 i Realty bought and sold. I men and capable of passing over ,aconsiderable January, A. n. 111, otherwise the Office Hours: 8-12, 1-5. "
,. at Dallas Tex., May 20, said: Office
legation of Said
. --- bill will be phone168,, s

"' <<0/4'11. t +iM?t+..ii1 M. +..4d4y. Taxes Houses paid rented.and Titles verified -' "The wide fields world cry over aloud, the for most protectionthe profitable doubt be found length to be each more day satisfactory will no- con.d It 1 le said ordnred defendant.that thla Residence" 23: sf .

I" : and economical than our present be publlihed once a week, for four administered extraction of teeth 1" :e'
i' for non-residents. aFire advertising, for any'State is to consecutive weeks In the ..
: : call universal attention to the crucial systems .in many region Valley newspaper -
Life and Accident Inc necessity of conserving the soil." "Self-propelled sweepers and tar In sad County and State. ) G. E. PARKER ,
This 'December 4, 1111. ,:
surance. or oil distributors will also no doubt

_ .4 Indemnity Bonds. |ripqptrip NO ATTENTION PAIDHIGHWAY soon find their proper place in this ((8..1) R., Clerk O. JOHNSTON Circuit DENTIST "

i-' ., country as. they have abroad. The iNOHEW JOHNSON OFFICE OVER 08CEOLA PHARMACY/: 'y'i 'h)
i''t .. . .
# F./4 .w't . . UPKEEP. plain fact with regard to road maintenance 11.1L (Solicitor for .
<.'y f $) to 8.60 per day..- in the United States is simp ce Hours: 8:00 to :.Noon''' :. .

.1 1 ; : ''; Special by week:Or month.: '. Counties Build Roads and then Let ly this: In Court of County Judge, $ liOO to 6:00, P. M.DERMYSHIR .. .{

.. i Them Oo tu Waste, Go "First, we give ton..little attention. .-
j .. M.: TUIIUII Pr.. ..1sIrEL! .Ma.tF ssys ernT to road maintenance; second what FtoTtda a. County"gf( OseeolaL' : ,-M. ).. M n .
+ ++ ++ men! Expert. road maintenance we are doing is In re<.Ht', Henry T. HlanfoM':
.. costing us far too .much. Let those Notice Ys hereby iTen.. to all bom II
t I OSTEOPATH interest eoneero,that; oa the txth day of January. : I Special attention given, to the. ',
"The extensive automobile tr.fficIlg who have the good road really ,
191U I shall apply to the Honorable U '
I r J TH-T--B ..; r the last few years has servedto at heart unite in bringing this Parker* or his ftuooeiMkr In onloe,Judge of treatment of Women and
: call forceful attention to the need til general systematic maintenance Court.a* JmAno.n1 Probate, for a Seal: Children. .
; STECIA'LIST IN h>nte n Administrator: rate: of : *
i:4 I L. :MZOBEstate of we ri .ft
111" CHRONIC DISEASES or maintenance of our roads, what. question before every community' un- T. BUafonl. 'deoeawd; tnd 'hd.' tlie over Citizens
: .. ki . ......IIICONSULTATION ever may be the form of construction" becomes the custom and .not the ex- lab.,. I ball preaenl .to the said Court my Bank. PHONBVlW'. f fit\{ar c''
aoconou at AdmlDl trmtor of said !lAta.. 24-Smospd ,
EXAMINATION: fftfCKISSIMMEE. says Logan Waller Page director of less in direct outlay and yield ,us tar aak tot their approvals. V . ,

('Vfi' V , w the office of public roads. Department ception. Our roads ,will then cost usa f .' W.Ad J.'':5HaRS: :......a.Naw .w...cuwreeal'-' 41

f FLATrusoV.THuROAV..IATUROAVs .D ted Jnlf S3.: A. D. 11C: SI I:. AGNEW & '

{ ; Led Off ICE.: CENTRAL HOTft.PMOflt ,; ; )

i! h ...................... Notice of dministrator! ATTORNEYS.ATLAW't' )!'
> . la Cow of the County Judas fttate of ': ''',:.'t..1.'
.. . :1d'',_.J'- .r OfflOMi S444 CUU.n. tens Botldlnc \'r5 41
, ?, ORLANDO, .L/ Oeoeola Cants t 'o'\ :{ .

y,", f' . . I 1,1",JoiotA MMtateof:iee is ......-J., .tv F.ORvsr_to all. whom It,... Florida*.. ",,,.ten"

,, earn. that ea the\ilfthda ef .J_.... A. D. r'f
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA I shall apply to the Honorable Gee. r. 5'r D. .
Fruit and Tmcl* .and A JndcettT said. Court as "......c ............. "ii"
lil ''a-'dfoe.' ... as eBmlnbmtor of the.. ," : ""' "' '
# We' have five and ten-acre tracts In Joe. It.Oliver, deeeaeedi; and that at the .' J/_'<,
Liberty Park the moat desirable suburban : 1.. .; ,, tine I will present av Anal .tea usa a*"" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,. :
: } .t
property on. the market which 1 tear of Mid estate,and. auk for their. "
; : .U.-:8ULLOCK: ( we are offering for your consideration .. Dated., :July lHh-A.! : ,: I WILLIAM I 1 !;! 0. CABtK.:. : State Bank. Building .. +,rKissimmee -': ,; Yj

: at prices that are attractive. We ..: ";" , : 1.k 1/. 811_ Itmo. Floehi IJ//

,,1: . . . 'Af. will be pleased to show these tracts to *.k 'i.: '11\Irf\ : :, j ; *' ,. ..' 'j, tr :" 'I. .' .
.' ...', prospective purchasers at any time. \'f-'J: 4-i ii.fI'i V ...,I'. "'[1 TO CBEDITOHS, F. KRIBBS ,: ,' \'y4
,/. .: .,. 1 .;'fJ, '. !. Cosir .f the fevety ....... ,
_ j '
Do not fall to see this property before : :; I'.t 1 ... -
(:1J ,,,1 ;: ," <'i' state ef ..rA...., ..II "
'!''i ;\ REAL ESTATE' purchasing, as it ha the advantagesof 4': If .%_ .' t, Ia re ISetate f _.. .. AT LAW ., Kissu.Yird. ]ITIi4!
.. ; close ; ; Ch.rlee ...ra....... 0-_. . .
; .
;yl'1\ V .MS%.S-...NVArAAANM being in and on the very best : riS hriStina : " : f .-
, ; T. all IXrlhH Examination JC ,
t paved road in the convenient ' a " ..t.
: :INSURANCExaMlaation county, ', sad all J...... harlaar Clalsaa of ; ( .
', i; to the'city,* school and churches. Five Everywhere f ;:: ..... ....... sale tat.te: and payment'of taxes' ofnonresidents . ..
: acre tracts f 250 and $300. ., Your and each of you." are given careful, '
.; / nodded and required to present
24 tf. II. M. BREAKER & CO. attention
: : clalma. and demandi:: 'whfch :
( t of Titles a h istlnlls 'customs are ob-. I; either of you. may l'have against you ,

> but , estate of Charles Edward Franklin' '
Famine served the world over !J, OBERT ',
.Big<<' BargainIn a : ceased late of Oaoeola County JOHNSTON. '.,
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Specialty = <<
:;' > 1s' .: Splendid six-room,, nowhere so universally :and . ::7- to the underslaned I : a r .
j new
jI.V honsel so',beautifully In:our/ own l' said estate --within tw,, o ,.r., from
; I city: limits,'fine 1. lot date hereof. '

,t:; : C orresoond.n ..CSolt:lt d., contains two acres, oar. :ground good I 'good .country., Gifts' of Jew-: ,(, '!! pated H.'Octoh M. .f, loth. A.*"',p. nit., '. ATTORNEY AT,.LAW ,1\\).>,;h !
.' new barn; wagon and buggy' sheds : ; : el!')'..;rarethe. ideal .Christmas } 1 lf:'" KM., M. ,KllANKLIN.. j
: I Iii
S and all under good fence., Fine , ,' 'l KIS8IMCEE: : : i'LORIDIY i '
? .' . ,.' new Oifts. I .', : 45-8t ;:.t,.
'. location for :'small truck garden or '- ;..
ranch. This is a'fine : The "'that ,hiv ':_ ""0.>*..&. '
r poultry proposition preparation we e- .' J\OTICR TO .(.'It !I.TO..S. r CTO WA.U>W
,,,where'on.'will have the freedom .made -lor,.Holiday''gift selection _J'' .ouiual for V iude or the :
W!, 11ClIZlp$0 i of' the country,.yet close,/enoughtorenjoy.allthe surpasses all our previous effort: .), I.' ..rt .t the Ceeaty ......, a. R. Carom. ,rCrtmlaal, i..A'I.. '""

.... advantages' of the .- we now have a rare collection of '-iI': IB re State Katala., of Klerldau, Oaeeola (,... / ASSEY &: WARLOWATTORNEYS ' )

FUNERALDIRECTOR, city. such as splendid high school best ,. b .utifuland most artistic Jewelry; .t", " ,n' H. Farmer, ._._...- .
H&' ante' markets, churches etc. Price f 1500. ,;, ; ; .a Art Pieces, Novelties,,'Watches, ( 4' !'. +j'j'I T. all Creelter. ......._., DA.trU.,. AND CouNSEtuoa ''t 4',) )1 ",
p 'Sf : sad ......
ail Claleaa!
24-tf, 1M, .( Breaker & 'Co. I Silverware Cut Glass. Handpain.Ar r: mtmm*. ......t kerlae.....Eat.t.. .. AT LAW {.-41 ,I
: ;: \ -
ft \ LICENSED EMBALMER, ., ; .S.. ted China! dock, Leather Goods- ; :' You and"'''Of youare' In all the Court.* ef the Stt.ndq i'. ..
f ,. ., llecttoliersVToilet! Adittes'ftc.,; ; J :' t' notified and required to present United.Sat... abe.! balms the rand .........aao., .
: .
: " Opposite COU"thou.e., Modem ''Up' to Date,, Home oi t 1 '' . ", .n ,i." : :'.A'.II.+Y' .frrf., claim. ,and demands which yon i c= :I!ion,. the .Interstate .__......f.ft'j.. ,'
" No. 464.-*35& New,' .modern ,. + y.... will land i visit lo our alms inter. rpobkma ;\ I ..., ."- ,. either .of 'you.may\ hare' against. \ l., '
mfr '' ,
art '. :.iasno.EE". yLORIDXTested V in and Wtellciwn .( {' etttate' ,ofV,. '
_1" y X six-room .c.lint mans vayt. 14". Vh''\ I' Farmer CHAausTOM BLDG, i ORLANDO, '
"" ; : cottage: bathlavatory: ?hot . ,, : will l be olv lutiKiictoril,.w.-- .*'" ' 'o'I,1 i I 011, ceased.Iatn; of Oaoeola County;; n::;, ; ':.
_ . and cold water electric lights beautiful ewer your ItM'fOIJriation III.,be. Moderatc'f '. rF to the1 undersigned. executors of t
; -' expensive mantels new furniture PrIce...I Mati Orden aGliDt'". ies( Room '" etasq'within two y are from thd. , ; ,
nice rugs. House furnished complete ', ; ', :;:, ,.' hereof.H. : "V JOHNSONi ,. {'} .
November" ilth., i f'
: 1 V X19 JEWELRY p, Dated -A: nl"1tU.: "
: ; '
uBECIWITH: c j11
I ready for occupancy.) Large lot 83x V;" ". ," MATTIE 'FARMER.' :, D COUNSELLOR $ AT.LAW'':' t
) .\ d and Proved Good i 147 H. feet on which' le 20 full.bearing ,.."TAMPA; ,LA.g" '. """ii',, ': ... Q. tu.! KRIBBS.\\, .AQm .. ' ..
,, .a ; orange trees.Located in''':three ":1 i . .." ' .("TAiNoree1Orr/ry's- i ," .Attorney., %. .State and Courts .,. ,;,;
Federal , .
0; V'; ; ''r. ,
and a half blocks -of..the-post office, .
t' AX ,oHULVAKCrX-f V VAn '
'jV freshness well highjKrW quality! ? > :
as '' hlamondi9oecldtrf adjoining .
on beautiful Verona street in the very .t"l: ;,. Ordinance AmendingSection. ;"" ,, Broadway '. :
\ :Call for what you; want In!the best; neighborhood. Call and let of an ordinance entitled/ : "An Bank .'Ki..IIIQm.e...; ... ,

; j !". .GROCERY LINE; us show. you this beautiful't" home.:. .. . Hulidlngrs nance_ _:Reoulrlnr in the* the city"'Numbering of K ." ,."

.' . Terms oh part of purchase if desired.. . Florida approved. Mar Urd. UII '_10". R'/.w500ai '" ,;
: '' : Bo It Ordalswd by tbeCsaell ., '
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... ,No. .-464.:,-It'certainly' 'Is exasperating i t Ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance ., \1 ,'
quiringthe' \
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{, ,' big,,' quick money ,and, then not. be : LIDAY'RA'tES proved May Slrd, 111, be.and tho 5!;;r) V .
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.0(. .. ' ablate& take .hold of: it.fe: cant : J : ,rr: ;,
) "Jt, buy all the good things we See, and we ''aeo."J.-6n'' Streets. which -', ;

; :: are 'willing; to 'PU. them along to " ', Emmett bers-ahall street run. at, from right. One.n..h.toward the ,.

,. our friends. Here's a sure- one- ; north:,and from On., toward. '
../tor'i' ,. .US acres kit platted :eel ready for A' -VIA" < aouth: on Streets' which Intersect. ONEY BF 't< i : '' ::i
sale in five and art right' ang-lea the '
ten tracts .
acre ,, t'.erftuM; .u

ted within IK miles of our passenger. ; ATLANTi: C 1 AST; INE on Streets, whiCh) One Intersect toward. Central the w...York..... WS.rh, :IaetrIe ate will; ili. t )

: .. ; depot on and in clqse proximity to. nue at right angles the 'numbera 1"-1.. head., 8_.... i1nlE'. rBon. \ni .
run from One towards theVeat .
the best.hard road in Osceola county. '- '. ,, j i a. .
't., ;; from One towarda the' East; and R.oa.p tau. Kim.AsO .I
We are offering'the \ i... "
tractvin bodyat a. :
d'M ;, e'lf' ,, Street. whloh Intersect Broadway ;
S' I' No --: ; -" 'shall . ;,,. .; 1., ,
'i."", ; : f avery, attractive.price. , fur, Reduced Round Rates potnta'east'. numbera run from One -- A
t her.expense place it 03 Trip,. between ,' on each.. Of..aid Street.' In. each ,
: '" tion from'.Broadway, In the
the market small tracts.. See use 'I9EM'luiioippi grid south'of.Ohio andPotoloac'TICKETS case I I ,
ON f ; .. any"i'Street to which th. pro visions ti
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I . . .r- Ing hall be as directed by ,the UIS 'A. .SE 'I ,
". '. Committee of the counClIi . In i"-: '
"'\-- 'Farm'.for ...Sale '. Rases South the and' :.rI'::*.and theodd be on : a.SPUBLIC'ACCOUNTANT 6-i''
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I ",t".t Located bera on the North and East aide*-of '
; : .. on good road.'one-quarter *"" f' ' Streets.-- v
'; ; 'the. H''bit' mils from city limits, good five-room ," aDd JAN. ,1st.: -. jjL1, : ': Sec. 1.1' All .Ordln.ncb.'or- parts. AUDITOR, .. '9j"a': ilk ,

V celled house, large new barn, thirty : FINAL LIMIT :JAN, 6t.I9.3.. ; Ordlnancea In ,onfllrt .herewith,
'i.t.t.. or sMOKmo A : and.the same are, hereby. ;
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'land twelve'' of .. e Id
; : ;t. ,REAL CIGAR acres which is cul .J" '" Read. .' first and ....cqn4-- Urn. jliiiial. '
<: > "' ttvated'sixtyV. young orange and I. passed unanimously in open session ;.,

.iO.S C.E.JOtA.. : "d grapefruit trees, ',seventy-five peach. For information. e\11".aany{ ;;A.'fc./i.. Agent,:or\ 26th day H.of M. &'lliiR.'Pi: 3511(. ]'ncorporatecJ'A Coo a ftiW'.t;
trees; some plum andv pear trees, one ,. i
Prealdent of Council Pro- International 'Aecountanis V
; good family' horse, one buggy one : 'Y.,1. Ri BEAiLEY.. . : :: "J;4: KIRKLAND. V4Society' \' '

UJ.\s.w.-WMW i : li wagontwo sets harness,;fifty chick ,.Trsvaling].l ,Passenger? .Agent. ' ,Diw. Passenger Agent: I,At4R.'OIlBfcRTf.Imm.. ,picricof' :.,. CHyj-ot." It'i; Detroit.' ,t'e. ,

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.4..I. Classifies dvertisementsAJVerUaereate e1Far.. ..j'.j'c..u At Intervals the Author, DREAM a Beautiful-In SWEETHEART.His Girl Sleep.I Came. to, What Has the Past Year'. . .. Z

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A.. Ila. F1 ae. lrU. Accomplished.For You?
met her first when I wai 17'and .

she 15. It.was in a dream.- No,Jr
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FOR SALE.FOR.SALE$8600 , JR RENT-:lAbout 8 acres of ground did hot meet' her; I overtook which"her. It JAKE'YOUR PENCIL:AND_ FIGURED OUT: : JUST WHAT
.. { was In.:;a Missouri,:village, _I --- k
5-room house convenient '
'will buy a Yalui.\\ for and trucking a raising chicken andbandy not had in never at that been time in, except before dream, and wise was) YOU .HAVE USED :YOUR' YEAR'S'' INCOME FOR. lit

ble property in the heart of Kissing to school and church. We in the flesh I the Atlantic '
was on i-IAND1'
14 ,,
moe, now paying about per cent jO.have some splendid tracking seaboard ten or twelve hundred miles .
on the above amount. EnhancingIn ind for rent that have no house ? "
value every day. IL M.'Breaker th i them Nelson Realty Co, Kis- away. CHANGE YOUR SYSTEM I RESOLVE NOW. ,TO fi. '.
The thing was sudden,-and without
&'Co._, 89tf la.'ORESeveral preparation after". the, ''customof BEGIN THE .NEW"-YEAR WITH A BANK ACCOUNT- "\' p

of splendid dreams. There I was crossing a .'
FOR SALE- acres small tracts of '
; land within 2V4 mile of the. city leaf trucking land,, some with wooden bridge that had a wooden AND START OUT BY KEEPING A -T 1':

'' limits, convenient to another rajf. dM flowing wells, can be had rail aad was untidy with scattered '

way station and marl road. This q ores of crop, or cash rent as wisps of hay, and there she was five II 11' :
property; U exceedingly cheap, good 1. NELSON,REALTY CO. steps in front of me; half a second ,
pine land and will be disposed of previously neither of us was there. -- --
on favorable term of payment. ?ORi '=A fireproof store room This was the exit of the village, _
Nelson Realty Co.. Kissimmee. Ha. Inge of B. Dickerson. 50-tf which lay immediately behind us. Its CHECKI I
last house was the blacksmith shop; ,
FOR SALE-Good ten-room house; \ and the peaceful clinking of the hammers I ,,"

suitable for hoarding, or ing8 .1 SCELLANEOUS. -a sound which nearly always .. \h ,
bath and toilet, good brffn; lot seems remote, and is always touched
Record of what TIle 3..
spend. .
most satisfactory ,
you way \ t
from depot.
x60 feet; five minutes WADE, with a spirit of loneliness and a feel- .',
he Orlando. "
Two new cottages, city water and )I uner, ing of soft regret for something, youdon't to do business, pay accounts, and invariably save money ': ',.' ,
sewerage; vacant lot on paved I MEET m. know what-waa wafted to my
street, 66x160 feet. Four bearing acre and we get Kissimmee a drink of Drug the best, ear over my shoulder; in front of us for the year is to keep an account with a good, reliable ., / ;/, ,'
orange grove, 200 large, I soda wasp ade. 3ltf was the winding country road, with .
trees, 4 miles from town. Also 600 woods on one side, and on the othera bank. Start now and keep trace of '
's .
acres of fruit and truck land one to FIVE: DOL4 rail fence, with blackberry vines *, .m..'
S REWARD for a'
I tthree miles from town. Call on or I turn or lof re- and hazel bushel crowding its angles; '

address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf glass .tion. Nidhswongger of a pided pony, St., on an. upper rail a bluebird, and scurrying THE NEW YEAR'SEARNINGS ., : .
Fla. toward him along the same raila ,
FOR SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine fox squirrel! with his tail bent high "
$75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at RARE BARC like a sht' herd's crook; beyond the ,
in homes .
$60.00. Both in good shape. }<'. groves, eel ition sites, orange, and fence a rich field of grain, and faraway .
Vans Agnew. 49-tf truckingjust land.. nd for booklet a farmer in shirt sleeves and .'

issusd. II. Davis, Apop- straw hat wading knee deep throughit .
FOR SALE-Seventy-five acres high ka, Fla. ; no other representative of life, and
class pine land.:' "Ten dollars per 50-7tp no noise at all; everywhere a Sabbath .1 I, No matter how' small your account may be it will be

Adjoining land, inferior, now ORDER YOUR ,, from stillness.
acre. ? at once
appreciated receive the
most courteous at-
selling at twenty per acre. Itt Griffing Bros.,'W. Brokaw, sales- I remember it all-and the girl, too, you
miles from railroad. No agents. man, room No. 1,8
Bank Building and just how she walked, and how tention.
Box 431, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf _40tf she was dressed. In the first mo- ,

ment I five behind her in '.
was steps
FAWN INDIAN ; We extend courtesy to our customers: consistent s
Rm every
FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story ER the next one I was at her sidewithout -
drakes for
with and 14 rooms. and sale. hite variety either stepping or gliding it
house porches egg ;
I with prudent banking. We located the southeast
67% feet of ground by 147%. Excellent simmee, $1.00 Fla.each G Funk, Kis- merely happened; the transfer ignored are on _

place for a first class roomIng 5ltf space. 1 noticed that, but not with : Corner Broadway and Darlington Avenue
and boarding house. Come, let LOOK! LOOKM-Old! any surprise; it seemed a natural pro- 1 S
this we ,rs re-sil- ---. .'
us show you property; vered and made M gT cess.:

will introduce you to the owner new ones made to order\all as new; I was at her side. I put my arm .' I.
with whom you can deal direct. guaranteed; wrIte or (.; R. around her waist and drew her closeto

Nelson Realty Co., Kipsunmee, Fla. Powell, Box 46, KU8U e, pla! me, for I loved her; and althoughI I

l-4t.. did not know her, my behavior seem
FOR SALE OR RENT-Eight room I ed to me quite natural and right, and
North Main street,, mod- '
house on boarding FURNISHED ROOMS tori, cards J had no misgivings about +it. She Citizens Bank
for rooming or -
ern, splendid Favorable for sale at the Gazette:: ot showed no surprise, no distress, no : .
' house; price but around r
displeasure, put an arm
teVm's, rents $20 per month. Nel- my waist, and turned up her face to
49-tf of
son Realty Co. WANTED. ---- -
=. _mice with..a-happy--w4'-' -it-,- -------- .
17---a; -; and! when I bent down to kiss her she
SALE of land adjoining
FOR limits splendid 5- WANTED-October numbet: (his s' received the kiss as if she was expecting \
the city KissiJ11nee,1
all good Magazine. S. J. Triplet, V it, and as if it was quite naturalfor u
acre bearing orange grove 1. .
Gazette. me to offer it and her to take it
land but about 5-acrea.
orange and have pleasure in it. The affection .
is lower ground, rich
which very Furnished Rooms For Reef < which I felt for her and which. she rt
fine for trucking '
and productive, :
for sale at the Gazette offIce manifestly felt for me was a quite DIRECTORS .
Thi can '

be and had n bargain property price and fin''I HOMESEEKERS ATTENTION- :. simple: nother fact matter.; but the It quality was not of the it was affection Arthur E Donegan ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President W A Smith '

favorable terms :>f payment. We 1 11. M. PI-'ANN, ht Vice-President 1 1 ,
Send for neat illustrated booldet of brother and sister-it was
other desirable propositions C. W. DANN, 2nd Vice-President
many issued of Afpopia than that clinging, more .
just descriptive oser more
that we would like to chow A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON '
and adjacent country. ApopV\ dearing, more reverent, and it wast Pres1.1 en.t Cashier .
.to parties who are looking for on F. w. BILL C. 1>. CAIUWLL ,
of Trade Ortiigt'County the love of sweethearts, for there
Board Apopka, \
excellent where they can .. Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys.
in it.
Florida. fire II
citrus fruits vegetables 5244tp4 no
grow fine I. was somewhere beween the two.
and.. have advnntates of hilrlr school.
- -- -- finer than either, and. more
r. \ was
and good churches. Nelson Realty
IIi1.more: profoundly content-
Co., Over Citizens'. Slaw Bank, Kis- Iri We'often experience this strange .
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simmee, Fla.FOR EVERYDAY ty cious thing in our dream loves; :
FRESH We have
next thirty.
W remember it af a feature of
SALE-21-foot: Truscott launch, ass e California has in the way of climate
-ldhood loves, too.
8 h. motor, canopy top, well then We have not the '
p. and some.
t,%trolled along, across the bridge NOTARY. ,PUBLIO! INSURANCEF. .
equipped: cost $1,000; good as new; sad road like the mountains but we have the incomparable -
the chatting
will sell for $375. E. C.: Young, Or- o\4w.\ lakes. We have much to offer
ends She called me George,
landoFla.. 50-4t New Tomatoes and seemed natural and right; the newcomer, and what we do offerwilfbe A. STROUP ::
tbeVuit wet not name and I : wlUa' t.1;
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my .
FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein Some Los Angeles was ,,
caW years ago :
Alice, and she did not cork DOWNING' COMPANY' "
and 260 New Lettuce REAYTY, "
forced cement fence posts rect without doubt it smaller than our Tampa today, now : ,"
cypress fence posts. "A. B. ,Jarrell, not ugh Everything that hap-was she has nearly 400,000 population. Rooms 7 and 8 Over state Bank of klsalmmee ; ;

At Kissimmee Dtug O. New, Cabbage. panel e. just natural and toexpedd be Thirty years ago Pasadena was a .'. KISSIMMEE, FLA.. ..; '' ,." ",,.I

SALE-i-Three good work horses, Once: I said, "What dear sheep pasture, today it is a splendidcity AND'DISPATCH"
in healthy condition. Apply New Radishes little hot,, ial'! **and without any with nearly 50,000 ,
good words lilt Ud it in mine Land values in California are nearlyout Rates 1.68 -
Grocers. Kis- 'gratefully Special Holiday off ,
to- Dann & Dann, land with
Fla. 61tfFOR New Potatoes for me %amine it. i did it, remarking of sight. Raw citrus ,
simmee << ,its littleness, its delicate available water, sells for $500 an We prepare all kinds of Legal Papers, Deeds Mortgages Contracts. \

SALE-The fixtures in my storeon Deafe, d its satin skin, then acre. In Florida splendid land can Wills, Etc. Nothing more Important one's business affairs than to .'
kissed P be had from $15 to $100 an acre, ac- to
Will be sold at extremely ;i ilt it to her lipswithout '
Broadway. up
have drawn.
NICE LOT FRESH and kissed cording to location. Florida is much your papers properly __ ,
if taken at once. anything
t Mrs. W.-low H. price Farmer. 51-2t SALT MACKEREL it in theAround sat ace. nearer the market than is California, We also examine Abstracts. Let us pass upon the title of ;your

i of the road, at the and the rates are correspondingly less proposed purchase ; it may save you a great deal of trouble later.
FOR SALE-2 h. p. International -:.===-= end of half* we came to a in the far Eastern territory, and that
Hsrvestergasoline engine, in good house, and 'it and found log is where the big markets are. Buy k

running order. Will sell at a sacrifice SHAKER table set and ping on it steamIng land in Florida now. Buy while the lfo

if taken at once. Apply at hot-a rCilt key, corn in the land is cheap. It never will be cheap -

Gazette office. 37tf BANANASHome ear, butter beg the rest of the er.-The Florida' Grower. I
usual things' cat curled l up I
FOR SALE-Seasoned grapefruittrees in Germans Get Big Contract.A .
asleep a epl tomed chatr by I .
two years old, good condition, Grown Fruits the fireplace bt people; just German firm has been awarded a' DO YOUR HOLIDAY : '
W. Smith Wau-
e 25 cents. Henry emptiness and She said she bridge contract by the VolgaBugulma -
chola, Fla., nurseries" on Kissimmee would look in tai. t room if I Railway for a $5,000,000 structure

River, Bassenger. 62-8t pd would wait for h. I sat down, across, the Volga near". Simbiski, Russia. r rA

-FOR: SALE-New Mullins Pressed and she passed th door, which SHOPPING BY MAIL :

steel launch, cheap; also secondhand Dann & DannGROCERS closed behind her_ click of the ,
latch. I waited ant
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f Cadillac automobile. C. W. Then' .
Ward. 52-tf got up longer and bear followe to .W-j: could not Responsible Home which has the best merchandise fa tie world csos '
any Svfcer out of J
FOR SALE-Brand new No 7 Rem my sight. I passed] tt the door si in Suck loaM b j
ington Typewriter. "Price $36.00. and found myself in a sort of serve ;you as well by mail as persoa. a

v,. Terms $5.00 cash and $5.00 per Darlington and BroadwaySTEP cemetery, a city of inn Ie tombs
month. of these mach- and monuments Btret far and

ines at this price; see me quick before wide on every hand, and'ell! with
they are all gone. W. Ci. pink and gold lights flu) m the D R'IE.W'SStationery

Hankfns. ,52-11 sinking sun. I turned and i
the log house was gone here \ ,
FOR SALE:-Big bargains. Automobile and there and yonder dowWtlanes 19

perfect order, just been between the rows of toniV', ling -
Book and Art Store
thoroughly overhauled and will Alice; and presently the nit osed ''v

give as good satisfaction! as", when down, and I could not find "ay.

new; must sell quickly, $350.00; Then I woke, in deep dist. aver 45-49 West Bay Street JacluonviHe, Florida. r'
trial free, might arrarige: !: terms. my loss, and was in my bed ijina- *M,
Also 23-foot rfnotor-boat 3'II. P. BY 19.-Mark Twain in Ha r'etg-, j, .

just complete-SOO'mlle run, new delphia. And I was not f7,no0pt, Is Santa Claus We Guarantee Mail Orders to Give Satisfaction. MtG
canopy, $125.0; cheap. Also! machinery i zine.

squaring"shears almost,, will, drill-press sell about, Step FLORIDA'S DAY IS AT HAI3' heading for r Novelties in Leather, Silver, Brats and Parisian Ivory,' Picture, Toys,' ti k' '

60 per cent below cost. All must I Florida's day-Isrl- hand. Theft your nouse I Dolls, Gift Books, Cut Glass, Fine Stationery, Engraving, jodalc:; f
be sold quickly. All are bargains.! I '
Would take /good horse as part ex- terest manifested all over'ffie coij' with a Victor-Victrola? Bitter Send for Catalog Today: \5' .

change. Apply W. G. Durant, Box try assures that much Many the tip him off to bring one of Ika... $'.... ,4
573, Kissimmee, Fla. .i, sands of folks are coming here (lq th J _
; years to come, and they will all brln these wonderful instrumentswith 60-6t <.-... . ,.", .J Y

,. -- We have gained the confidence of our more or less money for the upbuild : all its. delightful music t
FOR RENT. patrons until we have a very fine collection ing ,and beautifying of the nd mirth. ;ji

of choice farms, select homes, They will be a progressive people; Come in and see and heare
FOUR NICE ROOMS for rent. All vacant lots, acreage and orange they will be for neat farms and orchards I different styles. Then tell
'modern conveniences. Address J. groves from which those of ample ) ofr nicely painted houses, for Merrill-Stevens

r d''_-,, T....B. P.-0. bojc 276. Kissimmee 41tfTOWELLINGS means, moderate means and very good roads and'for co-operation in I which you likeliest and Company* I
limited means may purchase very the marketing of citrus fruits and k'll arrange to deliver it in 4

for rent, opply to M. satisfactorily. Call at the Elite Real- vegetables. \e for Christmas Have a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality. '
A', Tiller. ty Parlor, Lakeview Cottage, No. 608 Every settler, regardless" of the the instrument s own.'aoo.o is ;,
Penfield ave., S. Kissimmee and be amount of money he brings with him, rw Victor-Victrola XI, $100. of work done. Expert Mechanics' sent out. General Blacksmithing '

*FOR RENT-Two modern flats, with convinced of the truth of our state- adds value to every acre. of land in r styles$15 $25. $40, $50. $75 and Repairing. I' Beam, ] Acetylene Oas Welding.. Lor
; all --city' conveniences. Apply at ments. Florida, these reaches of pine, prairie $1 | $200. Victors $10 to $1CO.

the Gazette .office: 20-tf and hammock that are now selling so 'T i'to .',it.If. White Oak, Mahoginy, Cypress and other Hardwoods..always' ... in .

FOR RENT.OR SALE M Two-story cheaply in Florida will some day be stock. General Machine work. Boat,; Construction 'and>Ripairs. -.

,,' .store building on BraelTSt. North worth much.more money, even though Engineers and Contractors.. fCorrespono'ence solicited-, Y'
1Daslmmet.:: IL C. StanforJ 29-tf Mrs. Mary Summers undeveloped.The r
\, best time to buy,is now. We { 600 to 654 East Bay StJacaJMvuX. ;; Fla., t ":""l "l: a'Y

R.RENT) -A modern.8-roora flat, COTTAGE have only to look at the progress .: ,,
th 'all'city" onnDi.,.cgs.- Apply .# California has nude in thirty years -. #
.. >, W.-B._ '.Harris,'' office, tf I oPenfleld'Ave:; Near Clyde. to realize how Florida will grow In the t. ....Y1Ci0R, ..
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;" -' We realize how short:: the time is more than our customers. We -canjiof re-order goods now and get them in time for you, so
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