Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 27, 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: VID00574
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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PEACE AND NTt and Just about make an and was regarded i as and of'th 'com '
r existence' But I guest.the reason ing business men of that section He COOD ROADS..WEd '."
your folks, Uke.things is 1}
so easy that dutiful and
was a loving son., a Arm "
FROLIC they can work every day in the year, VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 1.Tli 1. friend and a true Christian being a '

, FUN- AlfWASEYIDEHCEOONBHimNO. at and Cults break that neck makes speed.,it unnecessary This country to go member church. of the Seventh Day Adventist. ARE GOING";TO HAVE

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' northern" man who will om. and seeTHE writer is called upon t* for tilt fourth coasecatire time caroa- "
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ide tae fact tat Valley Gazette has added another year to it* existence FIREMEN'S DANCE PAID FOR BY INCREASED M ILLS : t

.. : With IBM issue we bena thy sixteeath Tolome, aad it is with pleasure NOTABLE '
:."."... 11 MERCHANTS DO A IMMENSE that we record a few of the thugs that .has beea accomplished irtKitrimmee : .

4. .'' BUSINESS AND E Y ONE THE NEW YEAR IN during the put year. I VIEWS OF A PROMINENT., .CITI '_., ;
WEARS A LOOK IHAP- .,..- Since the first of Jaanary there has been four miles of brick p...- ZEN COINCIDE. WITH pr..tN

..nar CHURCH WILL Tlaere' has bee. thirteen miles of cement sidewalk laid and the EXCELLENT MUSIC.A #... .. -., .\,... ..
USHER IN ',NEW "'{ .. ,"
.. f&mas 1912 ls now I .coil nevera YEAR WITH DANCE. Council at its last session ordered an additional two miles laid. fitting ending to the pleasures of people of this county, those who"kJw t.l\..: .

I ... re memory's storehouse, bY1- '; Broadway has been converted into one of the most beautiful Xmas day was the dance at firemen'sHall pay the bulk of the taxes, are deter- '
be by one ir tissnnmee. | mined that we shall have of
forgotten any a system
1Il.,), On every band an a.. of place led. The old which has thoroughfares in the South, there being five parks., in its center from attended at ,night.and a About more forty general couples good good roads, regardless or the cost,
year, been
e' happiness and prosperitjt preva" fraught with so much Ruby avenue to Drnry-avenue. II time has not been indulged in this for they recognize that if Osceola
and the shouts of "Merr Xmas of pleasure, prosperity County is to continue at the head of
7q: our'people came from theTieirt- ahd. happiness, will -be closed There have been a dozen brick business houses built, all of whichare season. The hall was beautifully the list progressive counties /in:
by the ladies of the decorated with flags and evergreen,
"yru 'Our" merchants have don*more bus. with a dance at Firemen's Episcopal hall church for occupied by reputable mercantile firms. I and the music which was furnishedby Florida, we must provide good highways -;
I : Ineas during the holidays than they"t17 McClay's Orchestra, was of the over which our people can,'
,"' elaborate preparations are beIng There .have been more than one hundred handsome dwellings I
! such ah travel. '. .
"" vA did before on made. best. It was a late hour before the t f *
Which is evidence that all fair people erected and each is that is valued addition I At the last session of the Board
The ladies will one occupied by a family a most crowd seemed to have their fill of oft'N: .
light refreshments
jai\: of. ual prosperity. serve Commissioners. C-'I1Y'O"- \
have enjoyed a year un I dancing for County
everybody appeared ao
and just as the clock strikes to any community. 1
merchants ,
And the fact thatlwr Ward suggested that six mill b. .
t x ] the happy that they regretted to ask for
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1 )have had such an untrecedent- rise midnight and offer thanks, every for one presentwill Our citizens by their votes placed the city on a firm financial basis, the final waltz of home sweet home. levied in addition to the present road '.
the blessings
t't" ,* ed trade speaks well for K simme, i and improvements The dances given by the firemen tax, and the tenure amount used on
made' for which
boak that a | pf the past and ask a continuance provision many public among was
for if means that our have proved most successful in the roads. This plan was ably sec
ii G man can come here and earn\iufficicnt\ ipf the peace future., plenty An admission and prosperity for the digging of a ditch that would drain all the l low lands in the western way-the music is good, the floor every is onded by the Valley Gazette; and
'ij: money to buy all the comfirU and of one of perfect, and the best of order I now comes Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr. '
1 Is a dollar\ will be charged gentlemen, party city. The contract has been let'for this ditch, which will very w
l'" many of the luxuries of ,ICe, prevails. with a full endorsement of 'our stand
::f' fact. It means that\: all o*\ people 1, whiltf-ladies This dance will be admitted free. cost about ten thousand dollars. I Another dance will be given at As stated in a previous issue of
Itmeans should be most liberally
: are prosperous and contented. patronized, as a greater or better ormore There has been installed the latest improved auto fire truck, and a F Tf\1)n's\ Hall tonight and again this paper; a number of our best
that paupers are uiknownhere. Monday by The firemen, and the people advocated a bond issue of from
y And it means that K Immee for enjoyable time is not in store well drilled fire department organized, which resulted in decreasing our ladies of the Episcopal church will $350,000 to $500,000 to build vitrified

is rapidly becoming the forctiort in our people. insurance rates. close the old year with a most elaborate brick roads throughout the county, '
city in Florida. t I ball in the same hall. but that proposition did not meet with
." For the past two weeks out stare And the Valley Gazette has also made improvements in keepingwith general favor, as everyone recognized

have been crowded from earl mornland ,SOUTH FLORIDA I the material growth of Kisiimmee. Since the first of last January I that it woujd require at least ono
ing until late at night, and in one instance million dollars put brick roads over R
-that of Cole's jewelry More- it has erected a two-story brick building at a cost above seven thousand WORK ON DITCH i one half the county, therefore that
} > the doors were kept open the entire COMPANY dollars; it has installed a three-deck model 8, Mergenthaler typesetting scheme has been abandoned, and today -
li night to accommodate customers and there are few who do not favor y
arrange stock. A canvas among> the machine, and otherwise added to its mechanical department. Its circu- NOT YET BEGUN the six-mill levy.

1! stores brought the answer, "Splendid lation is greater than that of any county paper published in the South, i Mr. Will son'a letter follows:
business; the best we've ever done ACQUIRES Q6SEOU; LUMBER CO.LA.VT December 23rd, 1912 l!
k. Everybody appeared to have money, and is increasing with every issue. Editor Valley Gazette, City.

and the quality of goods sold "as of And the coming year will witness at many if not more improves I THAT SySJOLHDIICED- Dear Sir-Your agitatig of .
the highest standard." :'; HIM BE t: l.nGEill\ ., --roads for-OBfeola county is very t me-
'L Then itmustnot be overlooked I that'there ) '", menu in our city. - ,, ly and I trust will keep the
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; are many'more stores here now j I The Valley Gazette eifendi to its thousands of readers a Happy ject'|' before the public until the good i
s than there were a year ago and I'' ()CIATi )N- ADDED TO I ALTHOUGH CONTRACT SAYS work is acomplished. Every tax s"I
better and more high-priced grade of New Year, and the with that they will enjoy prosperity during 1913.Kissimmee I payer, man, woman and child in Os-, .
goods are carried, which has been I I ceola county is interested, directly or '
made necessary by our increased pop. 20, AND BE COMPLETED i j indirectly, in this matter and the subject ,
ulation. But the people living the A deal was consummated yesterd.i.v i I }I is worthy of the most careful
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country hereabouts, all of whom do that means much for KinMmmcr j i consideration of all our people. Good +'
their trading in KihMimmw ar In It means that our city will take I II public roads helps with the educationof
much better financial condition than its piopii place in the front rank of Something like five months ago the children, in the marketing' of
they have been in past years and Florida darer as a distributor of lumber River ClaimsLives the taxpayers of KIssimmee voted a the farm produce, and in inducing t
purchase a better quality of KOI"The and budding material of all promissory note issue of sixty thousand settlers to buy land and live among 1 ;

orange yield this season has been classes I I dollars,' ten thousand dollars of ,i, us.
large, and the fruit brought rood( The South Klpiida Lumber Company which was to pay for digging a ditch The best plan for the immediate
'-:. *..:. prices, therefore everybody, even the purchased. all holdings. of the. that would drain the lands' in the present, in my judgment;is Increase "
m 'newspaper people- hade spare dul heeds" lumber ('ompany.This : of'Two Young Men western part of the town I I I the millage for road purposes and
Ff;; lar to spend on Xmas. last named company 'began I Some six weeks ago the cont.ract''' then see that the money is wisely
I But however busy our merchantswere business here about three years ago, was let to a gentleman to dig the I i'spent. We are not ready for bonds
on that day of days, as a and has met with signal >success un- I ditch, one of the provisions of that : because I question if a large amount
"" rule, they laid all cares aside and I: der the management of Mr W. \1.: I contract being that work was to begin I j of money could be spent.judiciously .
entered heartily into the spirit of FerrIll, success which attiacU'l the not later than December 20th., I I,. for that purpose at the present.
general pleasure and good will. Many'Clf attention of our business ml"n. and Curl L. Hilliard'sBody Floats to SrnUh'sfFish and the ditch completed by April 1. The Agricultural Department at "

our people kept open houses, and'' resulted in its purchase by the South Now, work on the ditch may have Washington has a good road division,
E a .. dispensed good cheer to their friends Florida Lumber Co. Camp at Entrance to Lake Okeechobee, begun, a shovelful of dirt may have with trained road experts 'and, enE' -
ie ;lin the shape of everything eatable It is the intention of the purchasers been thrown out of the right-of-way, : eers in charge. It bas: Issued a r

and drinkable notable among which|', to enlarge the plant in every department I But Raymond Harris Still Missing.On but to the layman's mind no ditch d many road buletins that can be
were W. B. Crawford, of the firm of ,:I and install a complete veneerIng digging is going on around Kissimmeeat ,, for the asking and I would sug,
:Y. Vans Agnew & Crawford, and II. B. I mill. The enotmoua; crop of -- .1 present, and it appears to us that I gest that everyone, interested i in.'the
.r' Houck. These gentlemen are' fruits and vegetables grown here- I it is up to somebody to in some manner welfare 6f this county' and' In the ,
ly entertainers, and all who prlnc"'l abouts this season has far exceeded the 'second day of this month any life aboard and passed on without i get a move on that contractor, or I, good road subject, that they write'a' rand
'them with a ;vIsit will long c the output of the local mill, and thin -Carl L. Milliard. and Raymond Harris giving it any particular attention In the spring rains will prevent; the ditch get some of these' pamphlets and: '
taste of the good things feature will be added that our grower left here in Mr. Hilliard'a launch I! a few days he passed it again in the being dug until next fall. carefully, read them. In this 'Way
At night the pleasures took thqe. will not be' forced to send abroad "Margaret" for Miami and 'arrived position form "of'' at Firemen's Hall- for crates and boxes.It safely at their destination on seeing any signs of life, told the men considerable surprise was expressedby be in position to ask for a siib-
,;..;\lwhich was attended by a large number1cf is the intention of the new company schedule time. Their trip was for at the fish camp that he believed our people as to the figures, many stantial bond issue for roads if our ;
talnc$ given over such pleasures to the mail business of every class of tion'to take on a certain ui, aunt of investigation.. Going to the "Mar- moved in this section at ten or twelve I I one of the County Commls ..lonI t
youngerset, forgot their white hairs both rough and dressed lumber, as'' business if it came their way. ;j jAi i aret" they found everything in perfect cents a cubic yard, whereas the Council I ere districts, a few months ago, several t"
and stiff joints and joined in the mad well as ash, doors, blinds, laths and I living at* Miami and finding )I II |I condition, the anchor out and accepted a bid for 19% cents a 1 men were working on the publte .
'dance. general building material. The South many boats engaged in Carrying''', the dinghy securely tied to the stern. cubic yard. 'I I road and were shoveling sand from
Honda ('0. already ownst.thre millsin I pleasure parties to and from the! iiuin- j: The clothes of the young men were At the time this contract was let the ditch along the side Into the read '

the lower part of the county, and erous small) keys in Biscayne bty, ,I all aboard except those they wore, as yve claimed that the figures were all bed. The effect was to change1 a good ,
ABSENCE OF WHISKY II purchases the output of several more. I they spent a few days seeing the was the bed clothes, supplies and I out of proportion, and that if the call. piece of level pine land road into apiece
I I,' In connection with a general lumber sights pi and around that city and I tools, also Carl's shoes. for bids had been properly advertised, 1 of heavy sand road. What that ,;
CAUSE OF COMING i, business, the company will e.sUnMish decided to return here for the holi- On Sunday morning the body of a much cheaper bid would have been particular piece of road needed. was. 1.
a building and loan a..oci days. fail Milliard as stated-above, washed offered. But a few who claimed to a split log drag pulled over it. ,
tion, and its financial condition is The parents of Mr. Milliard: received ashore at Smith's Camp, when Smith know said we were not ditch diggers, Before increasing our.pwn expenditures .
p 'h that all who desire to purchase a postal from their .,oa elated Iat once left for Tante and informed I that we were just plain newspaper I very much we'need'a.bett.r: :
DANIEL STOVER. OF MARSHALL Property and elect either dwellings at Ft. Lauderdale on the 13th which Sheriff Raulerson, who went to Ft. people, and so we are, but during our I[ system adopted and a, 'CIo....,- road
A ILL., !MOVES TO KISSIMMEE! ?' business houses can be uccommoJiled stated l both he and Mr. Harris were j Pierce and telegraphed Mr. Hilliard career we have had some varied experience ''supervision. At the present tb ;Jow.
I well and would reach here in time for I the news. The body of Carl had evi- and become acquainted with (1 places should be graded and properly! t'
0\; BECAUSE IT IS !MORAL I This building and loan feature will Christmas. That was the last heard dently been in the water several days sundry and divers strange things. '| filled, and where culverts'-and bridges

1 i "pun vast food( for Kihsimmee, for here of either one until last Sunday, as it was greatly swollen, and in such To bear out our contention that the j are put in they should be of substan- '' ,a

C Last week Daniel Stover reached ) | boom far greater than has ex- telegram from the sheriff' at Fort I necessary, which was done as soon as were all out of reason, we append a I Respectfully yours, a
,'Kissimmee from Marshal, 111. He was i jjfcd' here during the past two years, Pierce that the body of his 301 had I the sheriff returned from Ft. Pierce. letter received from a gentleman at J. M. Willson, Jr. 4 ,
tt 'induced to come 1 i ere through reading i' which time more than three hun- been found floating in the river at I i The body of Raymond Harris has Jacksonville along that line: I 1

. the Valley\ Gazette, which he had re- not yet been found, although several Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 20, 1912.- I,
| ceived the past few months by courtesy thc South Florida Lumber Com- the entrance to Lake Okeechcbce. I persons have continually patrolled the Editor Valley Gazete: Just by way COMMISSIONERS
; of- the County Commissioners. Pf'r' IS headed by lion. Arthur E.'JbuRan Mr. Hilliard, accompanied by Ed. river bank since the discovery of of comparison, or contrast, rather, I
I! On Saturday last he called at the which insures its success, ash Hall, Undertaker J. W. Thompson, I Carl's body and will continue to do wish to call the attention of the people
office of this paper, and during a con- j I,I yersation with the writer stated that n .he was hardly prepared to find Kissimmee ,; members of the company are J. C. arrived about five o'clock Monday I' Dozens of theories have been ad- canal contract for which was recently -
such an up-to-date city, as I 'better, W. A. Smith, R. G. John- morning. At that place they took the vanced as to. the maner in which let by the Trustees of the Internal
newspapers usually : matters stQ ,when speaking of conditions prevail kn 'n biuipess ability and standing there by Sheriff Raulerson, and wentto nothing definite is now nor perhapsever excavating dirt was 6V4 cents per $
ing in their respective localities, but |In the purchase of the plant of the Smith's camp, a distance of about will be known. Their fate will cubic yard, for all classes\ of -excavations SUME THEIR DUTIES FIRST ,

such was not the case with the Valley I Oeol Lumber Co., Mr. S. B. Ault- twenty miles, and disinterred the bodyof remain a sealed book until the sea is a fraction above 7 cents. Our MONDAY IN JANUARY.
Gazette, as this paper had not told man acquires the Osceola Garage, and Carl, which had been buried, and /A>ed upon to give up its dead. city Council agrees to pay 19% cents +;
('of half the possibilities and advant-I he rill operate it in' connection with brought it to Kissimmee, reaching VCarl Hilliard was born at Hilliard's for cutting the city drainage canal.A 5s- n

"ages this place offered the or J he. (;Kissintmee Auto Co., with Mr. J. here at 230) p. m. Tuesday. Upon' eland, seven miles from Kissimmee, farmer who is near by me as I I The Board of County Commtsioners ,
I sl homeseeker. 'riffln aa manager.STUDENTS arriving here the body was taken to twenty-eight years ago, and after write says that he gets all of his met in extra session on the 20th for
(. /What impressed Mr. Stover; more I I the undertaking parlors of J. W. i passing through the county schools in ditching done for 3 cents per cubic the purpose of approving the bondsof x
than all\ else with our city was the Thompson and properly prepared for his neighborhood, finished his education yard. Does it not occur to the tax- I the newly elected county officials
If( absence of the sale of whiskey!: aft HOME burial, which took place in Rose Hill at the high school in this city. payers of Kissimmee that their Coun- who had not previously" filed their tf, ,s-
fact of which he learned from this cemetery at 4 o'clock, amidst a large lie was a noble lad and a'nobler man. cilmen have acted in bad faith and bond. with the Board. l
q paper The climate, he said, was as '' fROM COLLEGE,I concourse of sorrowing friends. He was never known to speak an untruth with exceedingly poor busines. Judg- Those officers whose bonds were approved "

perfect as anyone could wish, and he What makes this accident one of or do an unkind act. In this ment T I at this meeting, were: W. F.Barber ,.
,"was surprised to find that our people r the saddest that has ever fallen upon community where he spent his life, PRO BONO, PUBLICO.K. for the office of Tax Assessor, 0
didNnot put forth greater efforts to II he was regarded as a man of the highest with J. W. J. :
Thele tie hardly a city in Florida Kissimmee is that no one knows, the l I I whose bond was for $1,000 ., yn + ,
let the people throughout the north standard of honor and integrity, \ and T. M. Rivers sureties k
that wrnigheg students to cause and it is more that probablethe I Miller as ; br'
as many and his of P.
and west know of the general word was his bond accepted by Election. bond of
con- the state death of these will I C. L. Bandy, Tax Collector,
1"*dltions here prevailing. j when they colleges as here Kissimmee for the ,holidays and remain a mystery through young all men time. all. Just as his body was being low- At a regular meeting of Friendship' $30,000, with B. C. Miller, $5.000, H. 4 ,
"There are thousands of people," oqe Is ered into the) grave the sun broke Lodge No. 10, K. of P. held Wednes- M. Pfann, $5,000, J. Z. Roberson,.$2-
continued Mr. Stover, "in Illinois who Seeker. reminded of the home- The last seen of Carl and Raymondwas through the black clouds that had ob- day evening the following .officers 000, J. W. Miller, $3,000, M. Katz, $2,- V
excuniong into Flor- Smith's
that fish
at the 14th
v would be glad to sell their holdings ida twice come camp on scured it throughout the day and casta were elected: 000, C. -D. Carroll, $2,000, T. M. Rivers -" '',fA. >
I a from the West, where took dinner and ,
month so left be-
< ,end move here if they knew that they beam upon the coffin-a fitting finalto C. C.-.J. D. Jeffords; V. C.-T. J. $2,000, C. W. Dann, $5,000. W. B. h "
*;*noney could be. made here as easy as ,, reatitheir'iT'!! here number. :Among those tween four and five o'clock, saying a pure life.Raymond Woodall; Prelate- J. M. Gardner; M. I Makinson, $3,000, J. R. Graves, Jr., ->'fI > -
the from would drift '
for and ets'
'ltur people seem to make it. holidays they along slowly per- Harris moved to St. W.-G. L Sawyer M. Surveyor "
Since Colurfb>Ja ; F.-c. L. $1,000, as sureties; S. L. Lndlam -'
,Deeming. here I have made a close Misses Mary Call at Lake Kathleen mit Frank Tatman, whd ill engaged Cloud with his parents two years ago Bandy; M. E.-Dozier Leitner; K. of I bond of $1,000, with Robt.Reidei ." 1JL i
study of I Bryan in hauling fish from Okeechobee to from Wisconsin, and together with R. and S.-F. '' .
your truck gardeners and Peacock, 'C. Bryant I, G.-J. A. ; J. D. Woodbeck and J, P. a
V. frrtit growers and r.. lon't believe they'' Gilbert' Corrie Corinne Gilbert, Ella Mae this city, to overtake them and together his father engaged in boat building Rexford; O. G.-W. I/Bowen; Trus- I Clark as sureties. ,. :r'" _.? ...V, t-ark": ) '(
+ "*ork half * the to be kinson, Mamie Stratton, Tatman passed their boas late that made many friends by the upright d C Miller I 1 **
prosperous. With us back Bessie( Guy, an ; Delegates t Grand Lodge stands In the way of all the county of""1'".-
.hom. we work every minute there im,': Niemeyer, Edith Lohr* and Annie night tied up or anchored at the bank honest manner in which he did bu l- .-F. C. Bryan, A. Gilbert J. M. fleers assuming the duties of their re.t.'c'i' M
light during the time the ground.r't Roy Bass and( Messrs. J. F O'Berry, about nine miles up the river, from ness. He was a general favorite Gardner; AlternateRQrna Thomas, I, spective positions on .the.' first- Mona .i ( e-
L and Mlcom Overstreet. Lake Okeechobee, but did not notice the people of St. Cloud C. W. .t,.
J.l4} . of '* + among young Griffin, H. C. Stanford. day in January.. t t. 't. ; tJ i' .
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During the past few years a large number of people have moved from the West and little of this character of land is for sale; except that owned by this compaftv, aft' ;

Sis North to Florida with the intention to engage in the business of'fruit growing or truck will not be long before we will have offer. K !fi

gardening. In many instances these people have made wonderful success, with others The other half of this body of land is peculiarly the growinGbs. f !tfj :

!Sfifi complete failure. _. Fruits, as the magnificent groves in the immediate section testify. Every winter'Wow1"' x I

of people visit the Narcoossee section for the purpose of looking over the oraBge, F*"- t ;, I
The failures made were attributable mainly to one thing, and that was,the character

SfiW fruit Sand tangerine groves. The Citrus Fruits grown around Narcoossee MB'. *"' a
of soil they attempted to cultivate.

!: higher price than do those grown in any other section of the State, for the te.- ,bat Yi

ffiS If a person comes to Florida with the intention of growing oranges, grapefruit or I I Yi '
the soil makes the fruit of better flavor and more juicy. The grove in thiJ Wti<*net Yi r

tangerines, the first and most important thing to do is to purchase land adapted to their R Ie''
Hifi annually about $200 an acre to their owners. There is less real Citrus Frui iasd0the ;;n", It
11 If he wishes in truck the rule be '
growth. to engage gardening, seme must applied I Hi' '
!fiSi market today than any other kind, and none the equal I of that we own and Ua!GIlA *. fi" \',
It \. !
I Florida is fast becoming populated wltLUJtelllgent farmers and fruit from '
!Ii' growers We have subdivided this I large body of I land into ten-acre tracts, as wdJ] uslsave
the Northern and Western States, and the land available to railroad transportation and I ,
!SiSi I laid out a townsite of two thousand I lots, which is being beautified and theme;* put ... -

suited to their needs is rapidly being taken up, and a short time little or none will be left. !Ii "
a I into proper condition for the building of homes and business houses |J'| !Ii '"
that can be purchased at anything like reasonable
a price. t
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?y !Ii. [It t is not our purpose to attract your attention by any beautiful wordaiabll l !Ii.

!SiSi I Recognizing these facts this Company bought seven thousand acres of'land! at Nar- tract of land and the possibility of making yourself rich with 'few year ?'''WoR lid the r !Ii :
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SiSi coossee, which is the terminus of the Sugar Belt Railway, fifteen miles from. Kissimmee, outlay of small money, but we do ask that if you have any idea of moo fit lorida =

in Osceola County. A large part of'this land fronts on three beautifullakea-Eut-f.ebo- engage in either of the industries named, to go and look over these tram I Wirrdecid- !Ii 1

?, SiW! pekaliga, Hendon and A. J. ing upon your location. We don't fear the result, for no one yet has beta ti Miooee Ii

StSi About one-half of this land is muck, the kind on which the successful truckers are but who became the owner of a ten-acre tract-our lands tell too truthful** tik' peace =:

making themselves independent, furnishing. the Northern markets with vegetab s. Very and plenty. I''' !Ii '

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I and we had only to (jet out once when : gloom here. A manly httli- follow all there is to it :Now: I am beginningto 'erty he had there. He closes th.r an attack was made on the
TRUTH IS ONLYPARTIALLY we came to a jumping-off place on a I about MX Jt'urs of age got buya' understand how there is I so much I deal after supper and at G o'elotJ thi, tions and a call to arms Was
'road near Alligator Lake. It was a soon as> he saw us coming, to takedown mom\ in fruit and vegetables when next morning he took the train back'': Dr. Breaker ran to Capt. ,
black looking: hole, about twenty-five home gate bars to let us thi }ugh 1 SIT things as they ale, und realize for Kissimmee. The mono *benal: tent and procured the necesary ac- \ .
11iI TOLD yards across. Up north no one would 'and then he earned a few nickels by that northern people pay such big ized in the transaction was lrreoeE coutrements and stepped into line,
ever think of trying to ICO( through it I telling us in a moment the best roadto l>rui-s fOI this stuff at a time when I iin property here. R I telling the Captain to enroll him with .
I in a car, but he did, and'he didn't get take to get to our destination.This the weather up there is freezing, and I The second count is that "UII his company. (As a chaplain he wasa I
stuck either. We walked around and town of Kissimini'c is I a surprisingly every shovel full of coal means the no proof of enlistment.Now I staff officer and not on a companyroll I
OF KISSIMMEE'S' ADVANTAGES got more mud and wet on us than he nice place. It is only a few priii; of a good meal down] here. For I Dr. Breaker claim tIM to ; but no man would like to go into Ij'
did. There is one thing about this years:; ,since it was a shipping point a couplet dollars f>ne can get all the be the facts: He was an offer u battle without assurance of being;
country that is different to Ontario. for the cattle and turpentine which tire-wood he will need to see him the 18th S. C. Militia unde eomani looked after in case of being killed or (
The roads look dry and sandy and comes up on barges and scows from through; the odd cool days.we may of Col. John E. Carew, atf>;Suimef- j' wounded. .Hence the above arrangement
)'.' KISSIMMEE THE PARADISE dusty as the mischief, but we can the Vast timber and prairie country get. Today the thermometer 'is at ville, S. C., in Confederate?aemoe m ,
,? / IIOMESEEKER, THE sail along as .fast as the motor will ,which extends miles below here. The 76, and that is about the way it has December, 1861. On the Iftl1/1.that Now if this was not an enlistment
11 :''. iOF"TilE; take us and when we look behind principle streets are wide and paved been all along since we have been month he received an appolntnvnt is I it placed him and every other ..chap'
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; .; : INVESTOR, TilE TOURIST there is no dust. Some of the main I with brick. I understand that more here. The sky is as' blue as a day in Chaplain In Taliafero's Brljniit ud. lain without protection under like cirt(

AND SPORTSMAN.One country roads are covered with marl, than six miles of paved roadway June up there, and the big banks of was honorably discharged'thefolooel cumstances.We .
big deposits of which are found herein I were laid this last eight months. white clouds are almost stationary. pronouncing him "the best o/ictr in j are glad to know that the Hon.II. .
lots of places. Marl roads are Cement sidewalks are being laid ] I am trying to get accustomed to the the command." On the lIst he reported C. Stanford will do all in his powerto
all right when they are looked after everywhere although there is never II sulphur smell in the artesian waterwe to headquarters af Fort Join- get Dr. Breaker properly placed on
of A. L. Law's Canadian but I would rather ride fast over a any mud, no matter how hard it all drink. They say it is absolutely son on James Island, continue; with the pension roll, and that the effort
friends, James Carnegie, of Port good sand road as it is not nearly so rains. There are scores of beautiful ) pure and I guess" it is, but it this command until the evanuuon of will be earnestly seconded by Hon. A.

Perry, has this to say: about Kissimmee residences all around town, and near- smells awful when you Ret it right the Island. f. E. Donegan. Every good citizen will
and vicinity in a letter to the jolty.When we were down. country look- ly every residence has rose bushes and out of the earth. One thing 1 am Three days before the nvulaon l wish the measure success. *
editor of the paper in that Ontario ing at the timber we came into a I all sorts of delicate plants out in sure of, that is, we Canadians are all N I
town: clearing fekmgside a scrub oak grove flower. All around town are garden feeling splendid, and everybody else :1--- ----- -- --- -- T -- ----

where thee was a small shack. We I plots -and fruit groves. They call" seems to be the same. 1111(1( I i I I I | H I I I I IJ
This town is situated at the head them "groves" here, not "orchards. Yours truly, .
had of lunch with and
a bignuisket us
I noticed when down from i.CRANrORD.Vlot
of inland the Atlantic coming JAMES CARNEGIE.A ,
decided to eat there where the well .
) President. Pnaldent. 8.anhq
Jacksonville, (Jax. when abbreviated -.
ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The > >
was. No l>ne seemed to be at home, I i
i .. water route ie over two hundred miles I but presently we heard a gun-shot anda ,) which Is 165 miles north' of here, CHRISTMAS MESSAGE.To I
that the country did not look to be
but it is only about sixty or seventy hound started to yelp like bloody up
to much from a farming standpointuntil the readers of this the :I
miles to either sea overland. We are murder. Of course remarks were paper
Just about in the middle of the State. made but we went on eating. Soon a we reached Sanford, about half Christian Endeavor press superintendent '' KISSIMmEE LUMBER CO.
The lake here, Tohopekaliga, is about big lubber of a boy came along followed way. From Sanford down things be-i wished to send some helpful ,
ten by twelve miles. Two miles by a badly lamed dog. Enquiry gan to look splendid, and 1 gues it is I' thought. Some greeting not only i I
across from town there is an island developed the fact that the boy had because we are on a southern slope helpful but which would show that I:
of the height of land. Up around )! she is '
called Paradise island and it lives thinking of them appreciatively -
up wild times when he .
seen a turkey at ..
to its name. We went over there the hadn't a and had made! an effortto Sanford the rivers flow north. This :' who have kept step with our j Rouch and Dressed ..
other day in a launch and really it get it gun that day. The dog chased side they flow south. And then again, band of Florida Endeavorers in Chris- I
was beautiful. It is a natural park the turkey out of the palmetto all as far as I can make out the best tian work for the year now almostover.
t with splendid sand beaches natural land is on the interior like we are. i
right but had received the charge him- LUMBER
Some of the '
i lawns magnificent palms, oaks, self. We discovered shortly that the groves around this lake The following "Pastor's Message"
cypress, pine, magnolias, soft maples I poor dog had more sand and gumption beat anything I ever saw in California. has come from one of my personal |
and many other varieties of trees, in him than the boy had. That They are beautiful and that is friends, and who I know well enough

/ all growing naturally, and covered boy's mother, a widow, had moved to feel a personal satisfaction that !
with Spanish moss. This moss does down here on account of her health the Lord shows him how to write such I HOUSE
I not grow because the air is damp, but and had brought the twentyyearoldboy beautiful words. I also know this : B LLS A SPECIALTY
iriLr because the air down here is so good 'I and other children with her. Now i minister well enough to be sure he J
that everything has to grow in it. The 'I she is teaching school in a little set-i would be willing to share his holiday !
> moss even grows on the electric wires tlement out in the bush in order to I I Desirable Ten greeting with you: I I 1111111
and is fine for making cushions and provide food and other necessities i "Glory to God in the Highest on .
1V mattresses. There- about a three- II Right where they have their five I' Earth Peace Good-will to tmen of I ;r.-; -

P? acre peach orchard on Paradise Island acres of land is as beautiful an oppor- I Good--wilJ." I
and we! saw blossoms and small I tunity to be independent of the rest and "Let us give new breath to the I A Dollar Saved
.*.o) young peaches on the same trees. of the world as anyone with 'commonsense Twenty angel symphony, this gladsome day ,
The owner of the place told us that and a little energy would want. ': of days. Through the increase in us I .
he had sold his crop last year at an Their land is particularly adapted to of Christ's Spirit of love and beautyand
average of eight dollars a basket. He trucking and fruit. But they have wisdom and power may we have I II is a Dollar Made
I .
has named them Maiden Blush Peaches not a tree planted or an inch of Arce Tracts courage in obedience, world-wide sym-I ..
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; and he starts shipping them along ground cultivated. I asked the boy ) pathy, generous gratitude. And I
fi t' in February. Then there is a fine where their garden was and he de-'I' I I may lie be born in us and formed in 0-
grapefruit and orange grove and some clared that "there wan't no use try- J us, the hope of glory, so we may
fine vegetable gardens, all in the pinkof ing to do anything around there as For Trucking and Fruit Grow- I share His peace, His victory, His joy
condition. All around Kissimmee the hawgs got in and tore everythingup. ing. Our land extend from i eternally.. Amen.
It there is the same thing. ." We urged him to set his fence By Rev. F. A. Waldo, f Gent sortie of that $25,000
The air here is fine. I am feeling posts closer together and tighten up', city limits nearly to Orlando. West Palm Beach, Fla. I ,

''L fine and everybody you meet on the the wire as a preventive against I II I worth bf new Hardware
street looks fine. I am having lots "hawgs." We also pointed out that :i Terms:: $2 per acre cash and $2 Practically the entire tea crop of j I 00\\.'

of- fun too. Some days I> go fishing if he went to town he could earn two India is disposed of at auction at Cal- F being sold
acre monthly. aiw niture
per .
and some days I go away off into the or three dollars a day packing or- cutta. .
ty 4 country in an automobile. A party anges, or as much going out with pick- Write for Booklet. !I Love's young dream is all right in f
d of us went down into the country th. ing gangs, but he shouldered his gun I i its place-but it's only a dream. at20 Iter,: Cent off regular "
other day to look at
some timber, and and started away when we insisted .
"''io-s w had a great time. The man who that he show his poor dog some ati i I DR. BREAKER'S PENSION. Everything new and '
1 ran the car was without doubt tention. | [
) an expert. The way he ran us Not more than a quarter of a mile ': McKOYLand Our old friend, Dr. D. M. Breaker,

across prairie, through sloughs, and away from. the home just described, I has been refused a pension as a Con- todate.Waling. . }
't ? maneuvered around in pine timber wo ran across another small clearing federate Veteran by the Pension Boardon '!I
'. /". '. where there was no sign of a road where things were entirely) different. two counts: First that he has not
:;\\i\\" .f S 'was a caution. He went so fast I Pole fences surrounded the gardensand Company. lived in Florida continuously since "
\' -'/ couldn't see nearly as much as I grove. Vegetables galore for 1895. This, Breaker claims, is .' -

1II'I might have seen because I was expect.t their own use and much to sell were Mach Building. not correct, as he located in this statein
... .... Jngsall th*time he-was going to trystraight j growing in the fields. Half a dozenof 1894,-and has had a home here ever

'!' \{ __ and, climb:,some off missed ; 4 the healthiest kind of youngsterswe KISSIMMEE, FLA. since Several years ago he Went to Tracing Get.I .
.i'\' "'on" ahead.' "..' But.he everything: : running around. There was no South Carolina: to sell a piece /of prop-. r
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FRIDAY DEC ., N .. THE 'K1Ss1MMEE' '1r9ALhf GA Z"ET'TE. 1. N. y'_ *,,, $$3 ,

," > Y' UTT" .
Mr... political Into'
\ for its incorporation' '
-kM.\ town ,or city government. Pendingthe 4
organization of a town government '!'

Is S CompliMentary; -STA1E.,NEWS NOTES.I the officers and members of this .

.... .II civic4 body, who are 'duly: elected oftfleers
in Lake
of all organizations
t'' Worth will and' on
investigate report; Something
receiving / City Council of Gainesville has Is. the kind of town or' city governmentthaLthe'town i
Parties this paper, who are not sued an order prohibiting street : should stars with. i ik

: vendorsfrom reetine stands-orrery5ing -....... -
regular,.sub cnW mist think th fifia i .-- II. .
their wares in public, 'claiming -of the LakeRegion
T. S. Pond, foreman >
the intention ,of,the publisher to later de. them to ,nuisances.. i
packing house, has been pro* Not For' Sale
it Une will erecta meted to the position of' stats inspector i ,
xnand,of them ,Subscription price, as ia. The. Atlantic Coast of the Florida Fruit Exchangewith
depot at St. Petersburg -
new passenger- *"'
mailed then mplimentary I by) Board headquarters at ,Arcadia.
to. our, which when completed will beone. '_ 'f,
of the finest in the State. .
of Counfy Co: era for the purpose : At West Palm Beach,'Tuesday"afternoon

Farmers Bank and Trust Co., a new of last' week, as Mrs. li.., N, ... THE BRADLEY NAME ,
itb. the 'advantacea'and
acquainting the many Institution will open for business at Neal was, working around the.gaso- cannot be
oppojrtuni 1thi town and county offer West Palm Beach on January-.1st. !line stove at her home>> on the. Okee- bought_ ..

chobee road, in some unfortunate waya except as it on
the homeseeker. e paper will be mailed a The Bock Lumber'Co., located near. large can of gasoline' caught fire, A A appears ,
I Gainesville has been destroyed fire. and Mrs. Neal was so fearfully burned the bags of high,:grade '
few week to any non whose.mime U given Loss was $30,000.Dr. that she died the same, night, .at fertilizers which it

us, and<< if they ah< d desire to receive reg- W. M. Bevis, of Lakeland, has about 11 o'clock. '

., ularly thereafter, e would be glad to put been appointed of as assistant superintendent of Flor-- The printers of West Palm Beach covers and which it .. t

.. a public-Instruction have organized a union, and appliedto guarantees. It has'
them on oiutf ub 'ptiOQ list atj the regular ida, the 'appointment being made by the International Typographical '
J W. N. Sheats, superintendent-elect. Union for a charter. stood for quality for fifty years; it is the
rate. Dr. Bevis will take the offlce filled for
The Palm Beach contract
canal has it
can' have is
Clem best. guarantee you ; crop
so many years by Hampton been let to the National Dredging 1
r >. i who after the inauguration of Company, of Birmingham, Ala., whose insurance. No other' brand has endured -4..'
Prof. Sheats will no longer be con- bids
were accepted Monday, Dee 16th.,
+G 1 -+- : nected with the state !superintendent's and maintained its supremacy so long.

office. THE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.The There is no secret about the wonderful

.. / Hereafter not be pestered arrivals by in St.the-Augustinewill shouts of Southeast weekly are among newspapers the most of Important the- growth of the_Bradley trade in- Florida;:

\ : -.$ Some Holi ayr Bargains e e. hotel the porters station.gathered The order about has the gatesto gone building and of effective this section.factors in No the:! city up it is the natural result of superior meritof

Coast springs full grown. It must have the .
forth from the Florida East goods themselves
1.4.. Eight'oom tyo-story hou. and. 60 foot lot on North Main Railway headquarters that any porter childhood and youth-it must first
\ba village and then town. And it
Street, close in, house 'rented fr $20 per month to good tenant, violating the rule of silence will be a a
is In this
period of that the
a growth
/"house is modern, fine place to,kc-V roomers and still have room for kept out of the station ground here- weekly is Few BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS
Of the various ho-
V4' fair size family. Price 2000. f 'orable terms of payment tels after.are The posted names and th cabmen and improvements are too small for the ,

TWO COTTAGES CHEAI'-i-Ve have a five room modern cottage stand under their various weekly newspaper to, note them, and
I porters It has never been the policy of tho Company
seldom it is that the
.ach have lots for newspaperfails '
and a three room cottage; ample room signs. i
to give some space to any improvement to sell the cheapest goods. The best, fertilizersare
other houses, on paved.street. Other says sell, and we want an offer
on these places, and if post bl will accept The State Federation of Labor will progress or anything and .tends else that to en-indicates the cheapest in the' long run and the, best I La'
I hold its annual convention in et
i CHEAP LITTLE FARM-loVcres good land less than two January. courage further improvement. Issue never too good for our trade. Florida soils are

piles from the city limity of Kist mee; 8 acres fenced with hog after issue, the weekly newspaper deficient in all the principal elements of plant growthand .

.. 'ence with two wires above abou four cleared two-room The Everglades Sugar and Land tells' of the advantages and attractions -
I ; acres ; I of the place in which it is pub they must be added in larger quantities thanin

'ouse; good deep well of soft wale good soil; will wrap it up for amounting Company contemplates to $50,000 for issuing improvementof bonds lished,' and in a short time devotes most other states. For this reason Bradley'a

ou for $450. Sacrifice price, but ovner says sell. much space and gives much effort to
its Everglade property. Fertilizers are the fertilizers for Florida
the advancement of its growers.
'ORANGE AND GRAPEFKUn GROVE-20 acres one mile

i rom city limits, all good land, 16 oft is fine citrus fruit land, bal- Joe Clark, of Plant City, who was with Those the who publishing are somewhat of\papers in touch have Write us today for booklet, mailed free.

nce good trucking land, all fenced, 1 acres cleared, 5 acres bearing injured in Jacksonville by a.stret car for
reason perhaps wondering at timesif
has settled
rove consisting of Lange lIes, grapefruit, peaches and while doing military duty, the
oranges with the traction company for $3,000. work that newspapers, weekly The American Agricultural Chemical Co., 7
pears, with some lemons, guavas, et. 4-room house, stable, well I newspapers, do for their towns and JacluowrilU Sal.. Department. ?'
and chicken house. Owner is nearli) blind and will sell this val- Apalachicola is to have a new opera communities is appreciated 'always at
its real worth. in its columnsis P. O. Box 216 Jacksonville Florida.. .'
: I uable property for $3700, on terms if lered.,! This price includes I house. The contract has been awarded 'Space ,
and construction work begun. Thebuilding the stock in trade of the news-
conslderadle fruit on trees Its is what it has to
I will cost $10,000 and wily be paper. space
-LAKESIDE-FARM AND-GKOVK::-m-4 "" &- !eltent-land-- equipped wills-aTf"modern WnVBn--"- Ball and all Llwt.ithas.l.o upll Thereare

frorting on lake, and extending to county road, fenced and cros- iences. no other goods, whatever, on its

fenced, about 8 acres bearing grove home fine hammock; flowing shelves. It costs money to providethe W. u". RBVISID moOHOmr coo dr.L. 5008555 "M.OUMTOOK" ..
.' While playing on the Michel wharfon space, no matter to what it may
wels six-room house, good stables fine view of lake and town from FOR OVER 20 YEARS
Riverside Drive at Titusville, Sun- be devoted. It is true that the weekly AN HONORABLE RECORD
house, banana grove near house, pretty 1 pals and live oaks around day afternoon, the little three-year-old Is a semi-public institution. So is the G. G. McCLINTOCK t

", .the house, fine home and valuable property,' for sale at $100 per 'I grandson of Mrs. J. C. Graham fell grocery store and so is the dry goods Commission Merchant

acre, or will divide place and sell part with grove and improvements. into the Indian River. Mr. Michel store in a sense. The weekly newspaper Wholesale Produce ..
4 heard the screams of the boy and is expected to help in the up- ,' 319 North Froat Stred: Philadelphia
\ Come se this valuable property. rushed to the spot just as the boy building of the community, and it ----SPECIALTIES I.
HOME ADJOINING CITY LIMITS---23 acres adjoining city was sinking for the second or third does so. And in doing so it helps ALL CITRUS FRUIT = SOUTHERN VEGETABLES PINEAPPLES

;. limits, drive off hard road onto farm, can look down main street time. lie pulled him out and after every business interest of the town. IN CAD LOTS_OR LESA

l from porch, very pretty focation, over 200 bearing'orange trees, working on him for some time, the should Yet, somehow, it seems that there When you start shipping Citrus fruit mall me the bill of lading: andI

I and other fruits, six-room house, three room leryant's house, pretty boy was Ih-ought back to life. should end be a and)limit paid where service free begin service The will advance you money on it. Write for shipping stencil if you have ,..

shade, beautiful place with city advantages and yet enjoy freedom Mrs. Sarah G. Gleason, widow of grocery and dry goods dealers also none. References: All Commercial Yours Agencies respectfully and the trade in general,

.. of the Owned by widow in l'enbJlvania who offers this are interested \ '
1 country. a Lieutenant Governor Gleason, died in the upbuilding of 41-13-pd G. G. McCUNTOCK.I .
: ; place for $4500, time on $2000, if desired. at St. Augustine on Friday of last the town, but how otter c-iui-l' I they be

J'. OTHER FLORIDA HOMES AND INVESTMENTS. week. She is survived by two sons, expected to respond to appeals for
Capt. George G. Gleason, of St. Au- barrels of sugar or boHb of silk for the
gustine, and W. II. H. Gleason, of Eau good of the townColumbus::' Ga., '

NELSON REALTY COMPANY Gallic. Industrial Index. ,,
,:. A Wise \
Lawrence Hughes, a lad of 13 years, Stenographer.A .
Over Citizens' Bank KISS1MMEE FLA. State street lawyer had an office
left Jacksonville, Fla., and went to Atlanta
Ga., and kidnapped his 11-year- boy who was given to telling in
old brother from the Southern Chris- other offices what happened in that \
of his chief. The l lawyer: found it
=: tian Orphanage. The two brothers Notice
I". .. then boarded a freight train for New necessary to discharge him, but, f'd
thinking to keep him from similar
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/ \ I fault in future h<> 'fnnnnoloH the ;

V Let Ploof Show eProof"We York.W. H. Knight,"a:-Chicago capitalist, wisely ton !Traveler.on-his-departure: say's th'-Bee; ::J .
f"1' "' :
; retired, ended his life In Jacksonvilleon f '
1' ;' .., ....; ..., Thursday morning of last week 'at :Willie, you must never hear any. ,/, '.,,,
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I ------- the Osceola, a boarding house locatedon thing in the office, he said. "Do ., I ,; .\ ..1., oJ are.State Repreeentetives'fOrthe', Cedar street, by shooting, himselfin what you are told to do, But turn a \ .

BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES the brain with a revolver. Ill not deaf include ear to you.conversation" that, does have the following lands to sell at private sale, and will ) xf
health is said to be the cause of the
rash deed.A A happy inspiration. lie would consider offers until January 20th., 1913 to doss an estate '
"i All Kinds Stationary and Marine see that the stenographer learned the

and society for prevention of crueltyto same her lesson and said in passing, so he turnedto The SW 1-4 of the SW 1-4 Section 28, Township .
Engines Boilers Hoisting Engines ized animals in South'Jacksonville has recently been and organ-a vig- "Miss Brown", did you hear what I 35, South Range 33, East, leu the S 1.2 of SW 1-4 of SW .'
said to Willie? -
I orous campaign will be 'waged in the "No sir," she returned promptly. 1-4 and the S 1-2 of SE 1-4 of SW 1-4, being about 120 :
interest of dumb creatures. .
General Line
Carry a Supplies with
acres, located near Baisenger. Lear bids judge ,
for all Purposes The managers of the Orange Coun- '
ty Fair have made contracts with KEEP 1 1HE KIDNEYS WELL G. F. Parker.

THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO. Aviator his Wright Bonny biplane to make during daily each flightsin day '.
Health is
of the fair whteh will be held in Or- Worth Saving, and Some
20 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE\ FLA. lando in February. Ki..immee. People Know How to W. W. Chandlerl
Save It.
Lecal and Long Distance Phone. es-zst vast
.. It is stated that a new hotel l will be
Kis&immee take their
erected in Clearwater within the next Many people Administrator.NOTICH rte
_. lives in their hands by neglecting the 52-4t .
-- twelve months. This is beautiful
- a
: -i-
r--- kidneys when they know these
little city and the erection of a modern
hotel I will fill a much-needed improve need help. Sick kidneys are responsible i"
for a vast amount of sufferingand
'Distance ment.A .
ill health, but there is no need to .
:AdvertisingLong.. 296 suffer to remain in Use 't
new 100-ton ferry boat is now nor danger.
: \\ being constructed for use in the ser- Dean's Kidney Pills-a remedy that
vice between Jacksonville and. the has cured thousands of kidney suffer-

the south side of the river. The boat will ers.The
'I '. is saying right thin have a cabin for passengers and spaceto following statement leaves no

I';'e" at the right tine>: other accommodate vehicles.fourteen automobilesor ground B. F. for Rails doust., St. Cloud, Fla., says: !

"In view of my experience with

'! ; ). in the rig t way Preparations are being made by Doan's Kidneys. I believe them to ,
J'to be a for kidney
the Everglades Land Sales Companyfor '
l' experimental of trouble.' IiTunk; | my complaint was BASSENGER LANDS ,
plantings SALE OF ;
Iq. We make a specialty" of planning. preps g brought"&n' ythe, strain on my back
\ V cane on a larger scale than the com I
and campaign
literature >r
(" of Trade Mun pany has yet.undertaken, and the effort from working at my desk. I had intense .
Land Companies. Boards 11 1- pain .througrh my kidneys and Look on your map and point ont just the location of a
: will be made to show that this
'. palities and Individuals.GLENNREAGlN remunerative crop can be made a J the .ecretlohs'from my kidneys were new County Seat, within the next feD years or muck less i
I commercial in the unnatural;: and 'too frequent in passage time.
success/ Everglades.The
also. containing heavy sdiment.
t When the several counties are divided put your finger' ton
: ADVERTISERS City Council, Bradentown, is'4 Deciding to check the trouble if pos
\! advertising for bids for the purchase sible, I procured a supply of Doan's Bessenfer. W offer for sale forty acres of splendid i

of $75,000, five per cent, 20-30 years i, Kidney Pills and began their use. timbered land within two hundred yards of the stores,

;( TAMP .. FLORIDA (optional) bonds dated February 1, Relief soon followed and after I had Post- Office, and churches.' This land wit lbe sold on
taken of few boxes I
,) . contents a f'XI
1913. These bonds will b.s issued in Chandler estate
January 20, 1913. It U adjoining the
I was in good health. I am pleased to
.. .. .., $600: denominations, and the interest '
will be the give Doan's Kidney Pills my strongest which is to be sold on the same date.,
payable semi-annually
first day of August and February. endorsement." Win sell in five, ten ro twenty acre Iota or the whole ;
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 one hundred sixty acres. Terms ...-.aIf cask and balance
A Civic League has been organizedat 'New York, sole agents for the United ''
of timbered
1Merri11-Stevens CompanyHave vitkin one year. Think of the advantages
Lake Worth States.;
comprising all the
I civil, social and commercial organIzations Remember the name-Doan's-and lands, with fuel and fence posts at your door. The prairie
take other. furnish this. Don't miss.sack chance to o ?9
for the quantity in that city. The purposeof no lands do not a
State wide reputation and qualitys
.' a the League is to prepare the town Advertisement.E.tUWid thribble your money. The owner is compelled to MIL W M
; a 4 "of work done. Expert Mechanics ,sent out. General Bla kmlthinll Leave your bids with Judge G. F, Parker. as the land will i' ,

and Repairing.( I Beams. Acetylene Cas Welding sell fin above said! date. , ,;

p' White Oak, Mahoginy, Cypress and other Hardwoodealwayein\ 1860 Rf_<*: Your Banks i i ,

w ,'stock. General Machine Work. -Boat Construction and; Re, I J. S. STANTON'. & CO.. p: E'' ,:GIBSON cad 'may. e.'r''

pair*. Engineers and Cohiractors. CorrespondenQe: solicited.. WHOLESALE PRODUCE' I : ".

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you Good'Writ To ., .Historyof,, the!.' ,CountryReport il Christmas, ,' - Presents

'.''forCHRISTMAS ,-
I A t ;want<<
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.-. ,.. Men . of the Department of Agriculture ,'Contain Interesting r
r r Statistic*' ani! Entire Crop Reports of United State*. I
you ire m search of a'| .,.t for- any member

., go to Whidden's .. The season 'of Joy and -- of the family or sweetheart, and you,' to what t

Pe'ce" Good-will, and The sixteenth annual report of the storehouses, and will send liberal supplies * to buy, call; in at. our store look tut immense! line of 'p

;; here you, can select Cheer is" again upon us lic Secretary last week of,Agriculture begins with, a made series pub-of The"to prices foreign at the\ are gener- i useful things and give something tiu| iD, "II+useful' and win bet 4

and we are not unmindfulof shrt paragraphs In' which some im- ally profitable and will continue the : remembered for.'years: to come.. .
\ from the best the kindnesses portant agricultural truths are strik- prosperity that farmers have enjoyedin
r.1 .. many ingly expressed. It pdoceeds with the recent years. The total crop valueis We want to reduce our stor-f lit..w move and are
shown -us during our first customary review or the agricultural so far above that of 1911 and of
; stock in town. here.You production and foreign trade of the any preceding; year that the total making some exceptionally good vi r, ,
year year and contains some results of an production of farm wealth is the highest ;
my friend, have investigation into local conditions af- yet reached by half a billion dol- It is our desire to please. Irish our many custom- h hors

All and made it possible for us to fecting agricultural credit, the usual l laVs Based on the census litems of a Merry X-mas and a Happy 11 fat ::1Vr
new up- condensed statement of the work and wealth production on farms, the
succeed beyond our highest achievements of the department dur- grand total for 1912 is .estimated to
expectations, and to ing: the 10 years throughout which be 9532000000..
to-date. Secretary Wilson's service has ex During the last sixteen years the A
you we pledge ourselves to I tended. farmer has steadily increased his

I strive unceasingly for our I Brief Comments. wealth production year by year' with Kissimmee Furniture Co.
A What are termed brief comments the exception of 1911, when the value
)L guaranteewith mutual benefit for the I are expressed as follows: declined from that of the preceding'

comimg year and to fight I The most effective move toward reduced }'ear. If the wealth produced on I fKonf '
cost of living is the farms' 1899 be 100, the
each pair. productionof in regarded as I
for lower
and better
prices +++
greater crops. This attributableto wealth produced 1fj< yearn ago o nn '
qualities than you have the work of the Department of 18)7 ever had before. Agriculture, the agricultural collegesand wealth produced; years afro or in'' .
experiment stations, and the help During the 18/; years the farmers'
"Friends of a Fair Deal" of the press in publishing every. move- wealth production increased 141 percent I
ment to help the farmers. Demonstration :
f -. I work in southern. States in The wealth production on farms' I :;
fir THE WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S the fields has been of immediate bene- during the last K years reached; the I ,

f I j fit. The South has increased the food grand: total of more than $101,000- ftRTI1R I[( [ IS ITS MERITSDistinctive j .
supply' very much in the last few 000,000) ) This stream of wealth has SOUp '
years. The movement ordered by poured out of the farmers' horn of t
LJ. Whidden & Co. Congress! take farm demonstrationinto plenty, and in 1(5 years has equaled
all northern states will bring about three-quarteis of the present / \ Quality Counts For i loch in Fertilizers as Any ,

(Lancaster's Old Stand) more food into our markets Our national wealth. Other Article. Efficient Servl likewise Has Its Value.FAVORITE .
fields can and will steadily increase Chief Crops. ,
Phone 250 Quick Delivery their output In coming years as ways A field half again as large as aly ,
and means of growing heavier crops or nearly as large as either Ifttnce or [ i: .t.tare
become better understood. The Na- Germany Is the area of thp ountrv's UTILIZERS
tion forgot its farmers In the general cornfield This year's prop is the

? scheme of education of past years; largest ever produce -- n this country, made to give results-not I letJ at a low price. The differ- ,j
I Improved by roasting 1 II few philanthropists thought of them and reaches the (tjtg'gering amount of '
when for ence in the cost of a good Fed! 111 over a cheap.. one. will more ''t
giving education Congressis :3,1! (9,0)0,000( I buxnels, In value too,
good to them. They are waking the corn crou--6f this year is the high : than be made up in your yields 0":
If It Is A Brick I up and thinking for themselves est on retarul, and reaches the falml Careful attention to eve *"*'1e detail promptness always, 0J.

The sugar crop from the beet was ous amount of 1.75'J,000.000! () ) : This, and a high regard for your diners wishes have helped to :
I 000,000 tons a year ago; it is 7,000-) cronxK worth to the farmer -0:! per : make us and our famous Fertilie*--the Favorite brands in such tl\
We 000 tons this year. The sugar' comes cent mor: than the average/ corn crop '\
ItWe4iaadleeverykind from the bon-dioxuie great demand. j I
of the a tmo'- f the previous' five veals : ,
,, phre, taking no valuable plant fo Hay was turned to its old plan ,
of .Ilrkk.and .._ from the soil The process of ow- and j is the crop that is second in \uluiI INDEPENDENT f /TlLIZER COMPANY }
-r ttTr1S'intMYive-. agriculture1, "o,rH'thin' >K'-=I f.heyeMvlis- nWwLpry.I.""i.?1Sil: [ _
can positively save you new to all but our gardeners, and i glass and hay, and the harvest of had' -- FHgA--____. ',..
money. Let us figure on. your prepares the soil for in -eased yieldsof ,is measured l h\ ,4.II\IO! : \ <' tunfhi
I all other ,/ above Agricultural Chemicals.J. cticides. Special' Mixtures. "
next order large or small We crops is If(; per cent the average crop ,
One hundred./ and ixtthrco of the previous live Mar--, The viii tic 1"
can supply any quantity and I thousand 'squate-, miles haw: been of this v "a i'" crop of hay i is P i't1.; ff, Afent.I +t
will make prompt shipments. I cleared of thexfe\er tick in the Southern 000,000, ancT'liaT! never been "luul.,1.,
Our bricks are equal to any- Slates qual to the area of three, It exceeds the five-veal,' average li\ :
\ states. /The farmers there are" bringing :21 The
of thi- *
better than many. per tint importance I I I I'l I I I I I M I I I kH I
improved stock will
iff and)
soon crop to the farmer is |bettor i realizedwhen I
A Roast of Beef I "THE contribute materially to the meat bUpirl' it is observed that its aim i I- .. IH
A. C. COlXYERS BRICK MAN'- 1) y. greater than that o ft hi' cotton TOP ';
- Seven hundred acres of Egyptian' and nearly as great as the combined
418 Duval Bldg. Phone 193: and other long-staple cotton be- .-- -- -- -- -
PRIME ROAST BEEf! are values of the \\ heat tobacco and potato .-
ing grown on the Colorado) River in crops
.. / 50-4tpd southern California, under resi-arth The report states that there is I
A NAME TO CONJURE WITH I ,..,. -' conditions that give good promise of oral agreement throughout the country gen- Seed I ish Potatoes i iI

eventually supplying the demand for that the cotton crop' will l I.>e next {
Prime-Means Best such fibers. Thread makers of Eu- to the largest one in production and I
rope are here inquiring into future is likely to exceed the average ('rop'' Choice elected Stock :
l Roast- supplies of long staple cotton. The of the five preceding years It in I
market waits for the scientist to do estimated that the lint cotton of HH2:

I Is ,Suggestive of Juiciness, !his work. may be worth $71": :>,OOO,000) an amount Improved Rose No. 4 .f
When the Panama Canal is
that exceeds
Tenderness, Retention of Flavor! open that of 1911, althoughthe s
I for business our bulbs and beet seeds crop of that year was much greater
Beef-the of Meats will come from the Pacific coast. than this year's crop. It is statedin RED BLISS TPJfllPH IRISH COBBLERS )
l. -.. King The leading specialists of the De- the report that cotton often demon- :-
. ,_; s" partment of Agriculture educate their strates the frequently observed fact DIXIE (
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;;i :: ': \': For Prime Roast Beef-See Us! them assistants.and pays The more outside than world the law wants permits I I duction that the may crop of not excessively be worth) high as muchin pro- RITE FOR PRICES ; wF, ?

.: ",; :; : fflC'M' {\ /' being paid in .the Government the aggregate as the one that is Let Os fend Tou Our Booklets Entitled 't!
M ." ; Service. I about sufficient for .the requirements h
"."0' t'. The ;food and Drugs Act is exacting of consumption.) Farmers in. their col' .Irish Ff tatoes Florida Vegetables t
\...... turBULL/ on department time; 1,459 violations I lective action endeavor to produce USE ,,:
BASS Y were sent to the Department of about, the quantity of a crop that
rN Justice during the last year-25 per they can market at profitable prices.An }
cent more than in the year before. experience of years gives them a IDEA / FERTILIZERS ;
MARKET L.EWIS Jail sentences are now being imposed.Our rough sort of judgment with regardto
farmers get only half cropson this quantity, but they can not I
TAXiDERMIST the average, or ten tons of beets forsee what the weather will do to Beat and Cheapest
from an acre. They are learning how their Having made their t
Birds of all kinds Hides and Furs. to farm intensively and will grow planting.crops and sowing plans, it may WILSON 4} TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
GAME HEADS A SPECIALTY twice this tonnage in a few years, be assumed, with fairness' to them- ,
when they will not fear retiuction of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. E
North of Johnston Park. selves and also to consumers the crop
Our word-- 51-2t pd KISSIMMEE. FLA. duties. I suffers under unforseen adversities Local entlaters St Carson Grocery Co.
Our dry-land problems will be there is inadequate production and ,
May we be permitted to sage measurably solved through alfalfas 1 the general conclusion is that the \
gait that good portraits are from Siberia and nonsaccharine sor- ,, agriculture of the country is unableto
moat happy reminders to relay ghums from Africa.. I meet national requirements This .
fives and frienD at Thanksgiving HOLIDAY Congress has given us law to keep conclusion however, is soon forgotten 'I
and Christmas tlm The out diseased and insect-infested and, as a prominent live stock "
good portrait carries with it plants. paper has recently stated. "Given
a world of good thoughts. It Farm demonstration in the fieldsis three years of real larm plenty and
Is the always welcome and highly being organized in all the northern prophets of dwindling food suppliesin
".. priced gift. States, Congress providing.The 'I comparison with population will R&FLOYD
( ..'; W ewall$ to assure ypu that Suggestionsfrom field is the best classroomfor take down their signs." ,,1,1I
,;I!i we are prepared to tire you the instruction in practical agricul- The seed out of the cotton crop I .
:: best work in the latest approved ture. of this year is estimated to be worth / .
designs and that your early or- Department study of poultry and about $117,000,000, or over 6 per cent
der for portraits will Insure )'0'\1' eggs will helpto get these foods to more than the five-year average, but
the perfection of v, to detaiL SOUTH FLORIDA" The sea is the great reservoir of crops of three proceeding years. The : Grocer \l
Will :you kindly phone or write potash. The kelp plant gathers it. I combined value of the cotton line and
a time for a sitting Useful and suitable gifts for We gather the kelp and extract it. seed is estimated to be $860,000,000,
Respectfully, Two feet of woven! wire and three or about one-half the value of the corn "
t every member of the family will barb and little less than the valueof
wires keep dogs out of a sheep 1 crop a ftt
1 .WILDER'S..sTUDlb be found at; this big store. pasture. Dogs outnumber sheep in the hay crop. In value as wellas Get our prices on :
h many states and we have not learn in production the cotton crop of ).!J
We Pay Your ed to eat dogs as they do in some this year has been exceeded by only HAY FEED .?,
t : European countries, The reason giv-I one year, and that was 1911 for pro- GRAIN ,
Fare en by most farmers why they'do not 1 duction and 1910 for value. ,

to Tampa. keep sheep is "the dogs," Kansas The wheat crop is estimated to be which we make a specialtyO4ora ,:
If you want a had, in 1910 175,000 6h &>juid 199- worth $696,000,000, an amount which
and Return 000 dogs, Coburn tells uf./ was exceeded by the value of the ..\,
d BARGAIN The town does not need the retired crops of 1909 and 1908, but no other
,ill an In accordance with the rules of the farmer, while the farm needs his experience year. The quantity of the crop, 720I. i.

I ,ORANGE GROVE Trade Extension Association. and his capital. A retired 333,000 bushels, is 11.2 per cent greater ,
i farmer is capital going to waste. : than the average production of the -
MAIL ORDERS filled promptly Taking care of the soil is the first' previous five years and has been ex- j 1,
or land to r
.. grow and satisfaction guaranteed. consideration in conservation of our ,, ceeded by the crops of only two years. J .
carried in firs class resources. I It is only 15,000,000 bushels below r
Everything I
d Oranges and stores will be found here. .- Denmark buys our mill feeds and the next higher crop and only 28- Cp Inc. '
sells $40,000,000 of dairy products to 000,000 bushels below the highest/ pro- } "
6rapefruit- Great Britain. | duct ion.I ,
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MAAS BROS. Bookkeeping will soon be as com- I The oats crop is fifth in order of ._ .
'" BUCKLES mon on the farm as in the factory.It I value. Although the price has de-
:: : is just as important for a farmer'' clined, the production is so enormous NOVELTY .
: TAMPA FLORIDA. to know what it has cost to produce a I that the value of the crop is esti- NfNG MILL AND WORKS' .
given crop as for the manufacturer' mated to be $478,000,000, or a little (
it 1 49-4. to know the cost of the making the '1 more than one-half of the value of I .tvJ v'

... ... ... .... ..o. ... article he sells. < 1 the entire cotton crop. The remarkable feh! and Dressed Lumber '.' r :''i

*,.., r ....r" Oe000oe.. Moat Productive of all Years. production of 1,417,172,000 bushels __ ,_ -A- .._ _.
Most productive of all 61.6 f i t.nj.Jii
agricultural was than
' 't '. WANTED 0e per greater )
: .. : in.-this country has been 1912 the of the five
J; I FIRST CLASS BARBERS years average proceeding
'\$, A list of!'your'town or country .0 declares the, report. The earth has ;years. Sash Doors, Brick, Lime,'Cement: ./
its annual dividendThesun The Is another ofhl&bellt ,
.s, a property that wish * A. E. FORD: produced greatest potato crop one
n. '. 'sold. 0 18 Broadway '- and the rain and the fertility production. Its 414,289,000 /0 Plaster,.Shingles, Laths >, '
; t ,. . ; of the soil heeded not the human bushels are above the five-year average %
,.unless sal* CIGARS TOBACCO, ETC: 0O
',*, ., ,11' \U No'odeommlaslon, Under New Managementeoo0 controversies, but kept on working 29 per cent_but the crop is //EJJERAL BUILDING MATERIALKksimmee : : ',.', .
in worth
,'r I cooperation with the farmers' ef- only $190,000,000 on accountof
4- T. 0 .j ... _.. 0oo... forts to utilize'them. The reward lea low' prices. Three previous smaller' ., .' ,
fj; ;;,- -:- ,.T/.LWlLLS9: ,:JR. high general level of production.The Crops nave been more valuable. ,'Florida r (, I'
man behind the, plow has filled With a production of 224,619 bush- ,. , : '0'1 '
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I .. GREETING: We feel-profoundly thankful to the people of Osceola County and Surrounding counties for the liberal ro r

.. If patronage they have given us for a quarter of a century. We owe our success to the people-to our cus- : Pt?

,I : tomers. We wish to thank you for the confidence you have placed in us and merchandise, and-we

feel that our efforts in trying to give you the BEST goods for the LEAST money have not been In vain. "

.' Below you will see that we are offering you an exceptional chance to buy your Woolens while doing your

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.1+ 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 shoes ,

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"} .1 music, the cleanest comedy and the "SNOW AND SLUSH mite too sly to catch in numbers, AUCTION SALE Of 1 living there have been accustomed to
itV{ FISHER RECAPTURED best entertainers he has ever carried. therefore he is force to limit his list having a half block for a home, and
; Everybody knows Manager Coburn, of guests\ the size of the beast. many would sell no part of it, but a"
IN PENNSYLVANIA everybody has seen his big rollicking, ON EVERY HAND"IS : Mr. Lee states that the possum he LOTS A SUCCESS the younger generation comes on ,
4: laughing show, his mery comedians has now in hoc de box is as black as these palatial grounds; are being cut '
,,, his excellent singers, and you know 1 night, as meek as a lamb, as tenderas I into building lots and disposed of to
r" it'3 GOOD, CLEAN, musical enjoyable' a squab and as fat as grease, but i persons content with 60 :x: 150 feet of
!:: PRISONER FOUGHT EXTRADITION and always returns bigger, better, and THE WAY W. B. CRAWFORp still he is being fed sweet potatoes by SEVENTEEN LOTS IN WATERS ground for all purposes. f .
f 't f BUT'SHERIFF LADS HIM with new people and new features. DESCRIBES TilE WEATHER the peck, and when killing time comes & CARSON ADDITION DISPOSED ,
: Last season Mr.: Charles Gano as the will be as large as a twoyearoldrazor Henry superintendent at y
SAFELY IN KISS1MMEE star comedian was featured as a IN NEW YORK THIS.SEASON back. OF AT GOOD PRICES.The the 'White reservoir, ,has a curious
i r'ft. clever performer. He was found to -:-- In connection with his, many other .. relic it being a scythe the blade of
.."i be the BEST that had ever appeared accomplishments, Mr. Lee is .considered which is'embedded in the branch of
. sale Gf
.. At the last session of the Grand with this popular company. Thou- A couple of weeks ago business the best hand in the State whenit auction lots in the Wat- an oak tree.: 'According to the story ,
if called W. B. Crawford to meat, and 1 which'goes with it a resident, of' ,
Jury true bills were found against sands laughed *t his droll remarks, to Philadelphia' comes barbecuing ers & Carson addition held last Friday i
!\ii Marion B Carson and George E.I I his songs, hjs fun and his sketches. and New York, but he returned here ] those who have once had the pleasureof I Southampton was working in a mowing s'
to defraud, the His latest efforts, "Progressive Political sitting on their haunches aroundhis proved successful both as to number when the call for volunteers came
, Fisher for conspiracy out of a contract I Oratory," and "Managerial Dif- I' Friday night. Mr. Crawford is fret i i' pit of red hot oak coals with a sold and prices obtained. W. I. Phil- I at the opening of the Civil War. On
.1 indictment Carson growing had to furnish the fic lties" are a scream, one long quently called on tti -make trips to' piece of meat in one hand and a hunk lips, the gentleman who conducted the I finishing his day's work he hung the ;
that with wood, while laugh. He is ably seconded by northern cities to transact business' of bread in the other, are Waiting sale, was well pleased and stated that scythe in an oak tree near where he
tric light plant elec-I for his firm, but he makes his stay i he found little in
clerk at the "Nicodemus Glynn" another new face, | and wishing that the invitation to difficulty disposing was working, and that evening wentto t k''
er was receiving us short as possible at this season of of here.
property a rally and for
arrested a new comedian with the "come agin" will be repeated.A enlisted; the war. J
Carson) was company the year. Sleet and snow may have a i The prices at which these lots sold The scythe hung there until last ;'
the I
but drpll, ,
at a quaint laughable
gave bond for his appearance negro rythmic sound to the northern man, is evidence that North
Kissimmee has when
I full stomach makes spring, it was discovered and the
of the circuit court, but character artist, whose efforts will attest some men
spring term but sunshine and fruits and flowers forget sweet charity. put on a growth that will make it the limb containing it cut off. The wood
small his '
smelled a capable qualities as a laughgetter.
Fisher had evidently appeal more to his Kane melody. { equal in population with any other had grown completely over the bladeof i
new The singing and the ,
mouse, for he had sought pastures singers "On every hand," said Mr. Craw- ||i To think grateful thoughts and act part ef the city in a very short time. the scythe, the point sticking out ;,
browse better than voices
Fields in which to are ever, new new
;j and greener faces ford, "in New York there was snow ,I generous deeds is proof of spiritual North Kissimmee is what is known from near the center of the limb..<; l'
have known better the latest and best in music I I
But Fisher should and slush, and the cold was about'as |I I thankfulness. as the old part of the city, and those Springfield Republican. ft ,
than that, for Sheriff Prevatt has yet and sonloOon't\ forget the date, disagreeable as I ever experienced. I I if
n to fail to land his man once a warrant I Monday, Dec. 30, at the Pastime. II can't for the life of me see how a ]|I i
[ Advertisement.
after is placed a few in days his our hands.sheriff Anyhow located I I)' will person live who in that can part possibly of God's Jet universeat away I x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx! ! ! ! ! ! ! $ !x x $ !xxxxx'xxxxxx! ! ?1

his man away off yonder in Pennsylvania I Ii this season of the year. And let j !
at a small town called Doyle8I I!i: APPOINTMENTS IN. me tell you, that lots of them are hiking -I ffiffi! !ffiffi
1 I town, and telegraphed the authorities for Florida. I was forced to hang ffiffi .
tHerd to arrest and hold him, as he BARTOW DISTRICT I around the ticket offices for two days I !ffiffi Yi
,.. his to escort him to Ki8- .
was on way before I could get even an upper
,' simmee, where the sun ever shines I i berth, and the train I came on carried ffiffi Looking Backward x
.' v. and the mocking-birds! sing sweetly seventeen Pullmans. You have no ffiffi
throughout the da) I idea how many people in the north ffi
The sheriff arrived in due time at SIMMEE-REV. GAINES GOES I I are casting about for a place in Florida ffiffi
,. the little city nestling among the I, to come and make their home. ffiffi For the Year. fitffi
; snow banks, and found his man safely TO SAN FORD. |I Dozens of persons asked me about . ,4eAr!
''J lodged in the county's rest room, but Kissimmee, saying they had heard it I -fr.-l
Fisher declined to accept Sheriff Pre- I : : delightful to winter. :
was a place And
I ffiffi -
'.4 j 1 vatt's kind invitation to come South The annual conference of the Methodist I would not be surprised to see our OBSERVE that we have enjoyed all <** ',
'. s r: for period ofrest, from his arduons church which met at Tampa last I city overrun with strangers before ffiffi | ffiffi" X '
duties of firing an engine at a rockS I week and adjourned Monday, made i. January 15th. We have the best cli- ffiffi W -. *'
?j 1 crushing plant, and as'-ed the court the following appointments for this I mate, the best people the best hunt- ffiffi I r'that could be desired as a share in the \: ,
""!I .t 'f to prevent the bad Florida sheriff I ing and fishing the best fruit and f ffiffi tx
.\ from taking him away from such district: flowers and grow the best vegetablesof t1 i-..: business of 1912 and .i # '. : .
,P I congenial friends and pleasant sur I J. R. Cason, Presiding Elder; Alva? any section in this country. And ; prosperous atthis **." .-
(t, roundings. I S. Scott; Arcadia, Edw. F. Ley; Bar- when a stranger comes here he finds xffiffi V, ?'.
1 I After listening to Fisher's pleadings tow, J. F. Bell; Bowling Green T. L. those statements to be facts. That's season we desire to our :A
learned counsel's oratory Z. Barr Dade F. Pexton Boca express.
and his ; City ; what is making Kissimmee the fore- "
,vj about man's inhumanity to man Grande, W. F. Flanders; Fort Meade, most inland city in Florida." ififfi ffiffi
y 1 the court ruled that it was Fisher's I J. L. 'Moon; Bartow circuit, M. C. Pul- ffiffi sincere appreciation and wish our customers ffiffi ., ;::1:
: :.; duty to come to Florida and clear his len; Fort Myers, G. F. Scott; East _.r! .
fair name 67 any vile, malicious and Fort Myers mission, F. B. Hill; Fort 'POSSUM MEAT AM ffiffi and Year. ffiffi :
',( slanderous charge,*and told our sheriff Ogden, W. G. Strickland; Kathleen, J. ffiffi a Happy Prosperous New
to "take him and peace go with you." G. Major; Kissimmee J. D. Sibert; GOOD AND SWEET ffi' '" "
But both Fisher and.his. attorney Lakeland, I. C. Jenkins; Mulberry E. !ffiffi the shall :w
and forthwith C. Hudson Williams During new year we endeavor i
"f' had another card to-play_ : Nocatee. R. N. ; ffiffi :(:
\ sought the good offices ol the Punta Gorda, W. A. Weir; Nichols, C.: ffiffi - Governor of the Keystone State to W. Mathison; Wauchula, J. T. Grif- JNO. M.- LEE TO BANQUET HIS ffiffi to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage x i J ,,)-,
'. prevent such inhuman treatment of fits; Winter Haven, J. M. Glazier; ffiffi
one of his latest constituents. After Haines City, J. W. Austin; North FRIENDS ON THE MEAT DEAR !ffiffi I ,). -
1 a three-days' thoughtful study of the Lakeland mission, W. H.: Stienmeyer. TO THE CRACKER'S HEART. of our thousands of customers by always ffiffi' t ;,\ '
P case the Governor told Sheriff Prevail C. W. White, Sunday school -fir.lI ffiffi II II''''''' -,'

': S e ;two arrived to take her his man safe and and go sound, and Fri-the secretary. ffiffi giving the best goods for the money that can x i fit',: "
IL / I p. B. Sweat, editor Florida Christian For years-JJoru Jno. M. Lee has ffiffi "
: da Asher bond? and left the city; Advocate made it a custom to give a real old- ffiffi be obtained this tie '-.. ; '- i I"
see ;
t gave on.
'I what this de- Rev. H. T. Gaines, who has filled fashioned 'possum dinner to a few of ? . I'i
night, to place :
r r Sunday knoweth, not. 'the pulpit here during the past year his friends, and lucky is the fellow .
ponent has been transferred toSanford.;: DurIng who receives an invitation to take part ffiffi Osceola Hardware G ; :I'II,
THE MINSTRELS. his pastorate here he has in the eat.It is not for the reason ;'\., r11.Z.i1
y Yes, that popular, laughing, fun- made'many friends; for he is a most 'that Mr. Leel is in anywise penuriousthat I ffiffi ] J !. _, .
tireless and Christian he does ; .j
Making, strictly all new feature attraction conscientious, not Invite all of his ffiffi
worker. In Kissimmee he friends to his annual feed ot ., _-- t ..
(. J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels I : 'possum ; .. '.'" -'.,.'
is coming; with an all new company carries the good wishes and prayersof neatbut Bier Possum he lay jes 'er' I\t(" !Ii
e "S the latest songs, the newest all our people. "bout I low as Brer' Rabbit, and is a !Iififi! !Ii. 1.Z1.71.T1.71,! r,711e.71.7171.71 !Ii ar 't 1s :,t
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Klssimmee Gazette THE VALLEY GAZETTE .
Valley Co., and is a beautiful and accom-
plished young lady, while the groom
t. NEWS l e i a rising young business man of
ST'j PUBLISHED EVERY. FRIDAY CARRIESJHE Arcadia, at which .latter place they ., ., 'J

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: TIi: Publl leer. j. Jeffords.,, on, Tuesday night, the -- = : :: :: : : : "; < '. ;' : l .-
W HARRIS,, ""' "" . .
24th, at 8:30, Miss Ava Collyer,was ," Y, 1.--
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+ I, united in marriage to Mr. T. J. Wood :: { .. """I -
K ,All communications, except from During the year Just closing the all. The bride is the daughter of M '." ".: r1)1 {{' / (' "
t our authorized correspondents, must only means employed to. advertise/ and Mrs E. F. Collier, while the ; I'
f be signed by the writer. Kissimmee's superior climateand groom is one of Kissimmee's foremost -
x wonderful resources throughout the young business men holding the '
e r, Rejected matter will not be returned United States was the Valley Ga--I position of bookkeeper at the Waters : ;
unless called for. zette and that it hps teen power & Carson Grocery Co. Both were ( ) ,
----------- for good along that line is evidencedby raised! here, and begin married life 0itcll'' f{tt JJUcti1t :
'. Entered it the Postofflce in Kis- the large number of people who I' with the best wishes of a host of
I immee, Fla., as second-class mail come here from reading its columns.The friends.
matter. letter below is only one of hundreds -
4 of like nature received weekly GOWIN.ALI) >EIUfA .
I wish for Happy and ProsperousNew
at this office: We extend to everybody our sincere a
+ s FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1912 I Chicago, Ills. Jec.) 18, 1912. | Fred Bass received atelephone mes- Year and thank our friends for the liberal patronage with

R Mr. W. B. Harris, Editor, Kissimmee !< sage this morning from Bassenger the
PARCELS POST IN Valley (Gazette; Kissimmee, Fla., f announcing the marriage( of Miss which we have been favored during past year.
Dear Sir: -It is with much pleasure j j Viola Godwin to Mr. lie) Wilton Alderman '
that> I am forwarding you Post Office I which occurred at the home "
4 EFFECT JANUARY 1 order for renewal of subscription to j of Mrs. A. E. Godwin last Monday KfI IZ'

I your valued and interesting paper.In night ) .
$ I this ('onllel'tionyould advise that This marriage unites two of the ) ,
(the Kissimmce Valley Gazette is read j wealthies and most influential fumiles J
,'", RULES AS TO ITS: OPERATIONTHE :; with much pleasure by my friends of the lower section of the county, und .
PUBLIC WOULD! DO and members of my family. their hosts of friends will join the Gazette -,
You may .recall; to mind that I was I in extending congratulations./ : The Dry Goods and Clothing Corner.
in your city last February and remained -r I
several weeks. I Was accompanied '
by my wife and we both had avery COMBINED AGES
January lot, 1913, Parcels Post pleasant and enjoyable visit.
t will be in operation at the local office.. When we left Chicago( it was the ARE 608 YEARS
, A map, framed, has been placed In height of the blizzard season, and I f
t the lobby of the postoffice for the convenience thoroughly enjoyed the change( to the \'
f of the public, and the public warm sunshine of KissimmeVs grand i iI I
r is requested to examine the system; of climate. EIGHT PEOPLE .SHAKING:; THE
zones and the necessary fees. Th of the i tat (Ills! by the scholarsjilso a !short to dignify, and sweeten by beauty and
many scenes we saw RALPH MADDEN
] KM; ) OK LIFE'S RO\I E\J'::
I h"y intendent Mr. A. truth for these
r address the things
To correct som regard to articles forwarded hy the of its forging ahead to be I' :MEKKY: XMAS. S. =N'clson. heart and cultivate and uplift the
Parcels Post system it will be necessary u big city in the near future was es- J j |I Just at the close of the program NEXT ATTRACTION mind. I believe in laughter, for Solo-
for the ,public to know that- pecially interesting to us. Also the :| Santa Claus came in with all his jolly mon said, 'A merry heart doeth good
! ((1)) The price for mailing seeds, many new acquaintances we made and j That age is no l hut to enjoying a I !good nature lie /gave u box of candyto i like a medicine." and I am sure we
cuttings, bulbs roots, scions and their kind hospitalities will each of the younger scholars and all believe in smiles, when the springtime -
time here
hl'l < on
plants is not changed, being half a forgotten.We ] Xmas merry day when eight/ wa people' gathered'''1''a l IIII red! apple to each one big/ and NOTKI:; ) HE.IIEH111): IMPKKSON-! = I !smiles, the garden smiles, the

. cent an ounce up to 11 lbs.V are making preparations to soon around the festal board at the home little., .\TO It WII.LI'I'E.I AT TilE ;' roses smile, Providence smiles, Heaven -
; J ((2)) Spirituous, vinuoux, malted, leave again for Sunny KiRsi mmee. j' of :'I1rT.. C. Foul Kissimmec i-II. Then the pastor told him that the i U'lMTOim.M: J \N. 4111. i iI smiles, and all the angels smile."
c, fermented or other intoxicating liquors Yours truly, D. S. Paige. known from one end to I the other of School and tht'ir friend, includingmany
.' of any kind are unmaIlable by 6230 Ellis avenue. these United States as the healthiest! of the merchants" and businessmen STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.The .
Parcels Post. 'earth and people, old and of town, had /gathered gifts annual meeting of the stockholders
Butter lard, and FEAST OF FUN.Contributed. :;. spot on ( <: I The next attraction of the Lyceum of the Citizens Bank
((3)) perishable from nook! and cornercome \\ Inch t they wished to gue to him to of Kissimmee -
articles such as fish fresh meats, ( ) young/ here 10ain every lelief from sulfuring take to the I Children Hume\ Society ''Course will In Ralph Madden, noted | will be held in the Offices of
dressed fowls, vegetables, fruits ber- Among the most pleasant Christmas / or to prolong( life. It I is nothing! of Florida. When he writ it piled; leader and impersonator, who will bet' the directors of the bank on Tuesday,
i ries, and articles of a similar nature occurrences of recent years was unusual to see dozens of persons on I with gifts all o\er and about the attar heard at the High! School Auditorium January 14th, at 3:30: p. m.
which decay quickly, if so wrappedas an elaborate Xmas dinner given by our sOectthat ha\e passed the threc- In- gladly accepted and appealed' I leiture., "Th l lioad to l.aughtcrtow:' I l-it; W. A. SMITH Cashier
not to injure other mail matter, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Robert, of Sumner ,,'0'1'' and. ten mark, but it is a little I brn-fl)' for the many orphan, children.At . January 1th 7:30:: p. m. Mr. Maddcn's
will be accepted for local delivery or street. The !c'ahngfealure being out of the. run of things t for a party of his suggestion/ : . the "laic"I" /(' has Bern,, received: with the highest' ,
on rural routes starting from this. of- Mr. H. R. May, in "Ik-fore and tight of them to eat at the same la- I passed I'.v two of the little' !gals and a furor wbcrer he has delivered it. GIVEN AWAY!
-"-- ---THf! -i if Inclosvd_in.nn...inner...rnver_..nild. After .faking!! !: ..bin.. _ ___ goodly offering was /gi\en l hy tho.sewtirr and. our people| ate to be congratulated!
a strong outer cover of wood metal, of Mr. and Mrs. /II. R. May anT iliilIron -' :Mr- Pouts, who is noted for his. Tiospitality 4 ffttrl imt- y<-t- emt<- tffl.t) 4.- -44lillcd I ..... -upon having Ube_ pjjnpitlinjty'_ toh.ear! \ulli _U iC-QQ..lIl'ed. IQ_ seres! p! ]and. __
heavy corrugated pasteboard, or other Miss Kolley Grilible, of Nashville 1 fathered together! a crowd. the hearts of all and. they sang high free of charge to the person who buys
-; suitable material and wrapped so that Tenn.; Mr. W. C. (Colib, J\I\ r. and i I| of his friends, on Xmas and entertained the doxology and were, ell>I11IS'd. Then | :Mr :Madden believes, in his woik." Of | the Improvements I !
nothing can escape from the package( Mrs. E. Crowe und family, Mr. and I them in such manner that they the packing of boxes was begun und 'his li-cture recital and his work he $!fOIl( (> new house; good well, cost
they can be mailed to all offices within Mrs. Roberts and daughter. and the I for the time forgot/ that the sand.. of a load taken to the express! office tohe has said. 'I believe in 'The Road to I $1(1.( :!; 4 acres under, good cultivation
a the first zone. Messrs Ed amid Will Roberts. After I i life had pretty nearly run. i !sent on the night train to .Ja kH' l.aughtertown.' Of all the highway- j II and fenced. Barn and out-buildings.
Butter and lard must be packed in the feat was served the party ndjourned"to : I It was It !glorious feast! they enjoyed Mile.The i I ltd byways. of life, lUih Hiy favoiite ( Actual cost of four acres land, cle f1o-..
glass bottles or metal containers if the Latta docks, where and the entire party was just as offering consisted, of one box I am ...10hup"y to take u stroll. I I'with I ing cost $!)7.00.) I sell improvementsfor
,f they are mailed for offices outsidethe they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. R. I happy as a hunch of children. Those! "f oranges, live large/ boxes of clothing others along this! pleasant waY'1] $'ifO(); reason for selling going into
first zone. Snyder and children, leaving on the of the party were T. I I. Hudson, of books, toys groceries, etc andover which. lies on the side of light! and j, other business. t
((4)) Vegetables and fruits which palatial launch "Linda," for Mr. 11.1 Lincoln, 111., !0.:; years' of age/ ; :Mrs. T $:f.O<> III cush. Praise (God that love, where flowers bloom and! birds. This place is located north of Kis-
h + do not decay quickly will be accepted I F. Cobbs, where they proceeded 10'' I I.. Hudson, K.'t: ; Jas. /I'eyer, Ossian II the true spirit of ('hl'l<"\l11a.. is in the lire !glad inong I believt- in my simmee on clay road.
j for mailing to any zone if packed so trip the light fantastic into the weeama' i Iowa., 71 ; Mrs.! Jas. I'eyer, as not to hurt other mail matter. hours, joined by another crowdof I Keon, Lincoln, III., S.'t: ; William Houston I KI imm..*. | of the platform should l b.. exerted I-It M. HOLT. **' I
1 ((6) Eggs will be for local Kissimmee's ,
accepted finest (The girls
Lincoln III. 71T..
; C. "Fouts.72; I
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delivery when so packed in a basket were ) All returned
anyway. Thurs
I Mrs.I T. C. Fouls, 1iI-a: total of (iOK
'I or other container as not to hurt day in time for dinner slightly disfigured I years. \
\ other mail matter. but still in the ring. After j"
The regulations are very clear landing Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lanier "
about Parcels Post, and any inquiries [ at_.Uncle Ike's.! CELEBRATED .BIRTH
1: regarding them will be cheerfully at- ,
!' tended to at the local office. QUIN A.SHARPE.
There is no registration in Parcels Married at Kissimmee, Saturday,
f Post, but parcels are insured at the December 14th, by Rev. Chisholm, of
I same price of 10 cents, up to .a valueof the Christian church, at the parson-
$50-. and a receipt is given as be age, Mr; D. Quina and Mrs. Miriam PRESBYTERIANS MAKE GIFTS TO Greatest
for.I.RoMM.. ._ BassSharpe.The .
bride is the daughter of Mr.
\ and Mrs. Rull Bass, old and highly CIETY OF FLORIDA. :
respected citizens of Osceola county, .
SRt- -
Mr. Bass having for many years been
TO SUNNY FLORIDA prominently identified with the cat- The Presbyterian Sunday school ,
tle JTWustry' in the southern part of celebrated the birth of the Christ
Year in
the State. Child on Christmas eve. It had been History
The groom is well and favorably decided that the gifts should be givento
MR. AND MRS. E. J. VIALL MAKE known in Orlando, having for many the Childrens Home Society of
,, TRIP FROM SNOW BANKS TO years been connected with the telephone Florida, which in 1911 provided for

." '. ORANGE BLOSSOMSIt system of the city. He has also 344 helpless needy children.
held responsible positions in Pensa- Even before the hour announced for .
cola and Jacksonville.The the service the church was filled with

requires nerve for a man and his young couple will make their an eager, expectant and happy crowd.
wife to attempt a trip from Minnesota home in Orlando, where Mr. Quina's Promptly at 7 o'clock the organist,
interests are centered at present.South .- Miss Russell, played a march, and the
'- to Florida in automobile but it
1 x an CHRISTMAS and all
i .i :':'t, was nervy men and women who settled Florida Sentinel. school headed by the little ones, BELLS are ringing
+ ...' i the northwestern of the T marced up the one aisle. As they WHILE
; ''''",. United, States back in the part days wheni' CrewsBarker.Rev. passed the altar they deposited their are glad that the tidings of "Peace on
I H. T. Gaines of the gifts and about it, and on
Methodist came
the howl of the wolf and the tramp ofe'f' -
; b. the buffalo were the only Bounds that church was called to Loughman around to seats reserved for them. earth, good will to men" has again been .
'. broke the vast silence of that immense last evening to perform the ceremony There was a typical Chribtmas tree,
territory, and Mr. and Mrs. E. which united in marriage Mr. H. L. 'a bay decorated by nature with gray wafted on the wings of time to a nation
J. Viall are desendants of those pioneers Barker, of Arcadia, and Miss Leslie moss, and several 'of the earnest work- prosperous ,
\ f therefore when at their home Crews, of Loughman. ers added beautiful sparkling; ornaments naturally our minds turn to the passing .
in Windom they decided on a visit to Mr. Gaines informs the Gazette including; dozens of wax can- year.
Florida, it\required no thought on that the wedding was a most elab- dles and an illumined star on the tip
their part as\to what route they would orate affair, a large number of guests'' top. High above all was the motto: The City of Kissimmee has made great strides the
l take. They bwned a handsome touring being in attendance, and the decorations "Glory to God in' the Highest, on
y : car; they would need that car Inaeeing were beautiful and profuse.The Earth Peace and Good Will." Then toward becoming modern city and
i, the sights, therefore they drove bride has been the bookkeeper I followed a program of songs and reel- past year a more ,
'A , the week car in splendid through, health.arriving here last in keeping with the success of our town we have en-

1, i Mr, Viall stated they came to Kis
the in the of business
joyed history
; simmee solely on representations greatest year our ,
b i made by persons who had visited here .
,e and from reading the Valley Gazette, having supplied the thousands of patrons in this section -

r, I, ..\ and that both he and his wife were A and
Y :" glad they came, for they were most Happy ProsperousNew with valuable gifts and useful articles for all purposes

e agreeably surprised, in fact to such
r an extent: that they would remain all
Y winter, and perhaps permanently. Year to All We, of course, are very grateful for this unpre-
1,,, t Some time .go Mr. Viall purchased a
tract of land in this section and is cedented patronage, and desire to wish our patrons a
highly pleased with the property. ..

IN THE FEW WEEKS THAT WE very Happy and Prosperous New Year.
I' WOOD .. .
nAVE BEEN ENDEAVORING TO -- -- ---- -- -- ----- --=

PLEASE TilE CONTINUALLY INCREASING In keeping with the policy of this store, the New Year will :
Jrssee M. Wood Becomes Partner I NUMBER OF PATRONSOF

With 1\1....... Napier &; Wright. OUR GROCERY. WE HAVE ENJOYED find our stock complete with everything that is kept in an up-to-
;I :T v'a George M. Napier, James T. Wright A LARGE SHARE OF THE date jewelry store, and we shall exert every effort during 1913 to
t i q, and iRobert L. Cox, heretofore prac- BUSINESS OF TilE CITY. WE .
under the merit a continuance of this bountiful With the Season's
tidbgslaw) firm name off TAKE THIS MEANS OF EXPRESSING patronage. :
. Napier, Wright & Cox, announce the '
?-;" :"" retirement from the firm of Mr. Cox, OUR APPRECIATION OF THE Greetings; we are, Very truly yours.COLE'S .
(who will continue to practice at Mon-
t; jr :r.. -(' '' US AND WISHING ito ALL A VERY 4.
,4+. ...t ,i .J.t'.i'e..iM.Wood has been admitted \
.k; .Jnto: partnership.with the two formertteraperunderthe ,
:::? : firm name of Na- YEAR.
,Io'. r.-t>irWright A.Wood, with offices in
"; "avih; ,Atlanta National Bank building.
:",;, "r h ,,\')lr. Wood l. councilman from the Dann & Dann
11'' .If. 1 i: Ife', ffiixth ward.lrnd a young attorney whoA ,
; , ., 'ta yapldly.forging to the front-At- GROCERS Jewelry Store I
.II .... ;:'ot' < ants JoUmaJ..r '- ,
; """W''. .The above will be of interest to our DARLINGTON AVE. &; BROADWAY

'\ people.I..Mr.1> ; Wood haia, host ofj '
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TIlE mSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Prices reduced on coat .suits 'for You; 'can get. a coat suit at onefourth THE >

-Te1ipb \ No.1LPubliehed : . .next ten day at SUnfords.. 1:1t. the regular 'price at,Stanford's SOCIETY EVENT '
T for.the next ten days., 1-lt 1C,. ;-
I* N.Nukirk, wif and'eon, of Forest Of THE WINTER t
r City, III.; arrived here on Saturday C.;. W.. Griffin and little daughter, .., ,
l'ridsy Br
Every ; and will spend the winter, having Jeanette, are visiting Mr, Griffin's -' .. .'

'= _. 'WB.1IARRIS.- procured rooms .at4 T.R.Smith's,. -in p&fe1) ftw-:.$myrna.= __._ _. \ '
'South Kissimmee. -- J. M. Evans of Tampa, was the MARRIAGE TO MISS KATE > '

.D., J.Dooley'representing) the Pro- guest of his brother, Prof. R,. M. PRSNTS[ .
.o ooo oo..oo ooooo .... tectograph, at machine that keeps the ,,Evans, Christmas -. O'BERRY ON' XMAS DAY. [

Weather'Report other.fellow is in the city from, this raising week your placing checks his, -J.-' O.McNew: one.ofStCloud's:' ; .---- .. t ;

foremost citizens, was transacting notable .
machines. The most event of the sea> *'?
business here yesterday son .wa. the marriage of Henry J_ 't' '

Following are the dail,. ternperaturee Notice-Dr. Winn now has his .,t. Col. P. A. Vans Agnew left Wed.. .-ultman and Miss Kate O'Berry on ,1'
Ice starts in the Willson buildIng "
up new Christmas day in the church .
and precipitation as .nesday night for a short business FQR.H 8l9
where he to be for office
expects "
at 12 o'clock noon, Rev. A. J. Holt "
.1' reported ;by;the Government hours from JO to. 12 a.'n.' and trip to the pastor, performing the pleasant .

i ,1., .tatlon at Kissimmee. for the 4 I p. m. His office phone is No.. 97. Mr., and 'Mrs. Edgar: Oliver, of Sa- 'duty of making them man and wife, ''I'

r week ending Dec 26 1912- His residence phone is No. 33. 48tf vannah, are spending the holidays Some time before. the hour announced ,

We regret to' state that Dr. D. M. with relatives in the city. for the ceremony the churchwas \1
MAX II.N. RAIN Breaker is suffering with dreadful filled with friends of the con. '
.. . . . I Miss Helen Jones went down to New Year ,
Friday 68 38 ulcer on the bottom of his foot of Bartow to spend the holidays with tracting parties to witness their first

Saturday. . . 75 46 . .cancerous nature, which renders walking her 'sister, Mrs. Leon Hebb. step on the sea of life The church X

Sunday. . . . 79 52 . almost impossible. and especially the altar, was beautifully .

. . . 78 61 . Mrs. Tom Warren of Tampa, accompanied decorated with chrysanthemums
Dr. J. C. Davis, optician, will be by her little son, is the and evergreens, not overdone, but
Tuesday. .. . . 76 65 . back to his old place of business, Park guest of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Griffin. just enough to give the most pleating -

ednellday . 74 54 . I hotel I, Kissimmee, Christmas for one effect to the important event.
Thurllday. . 77 58 . week. Eyes tested free and headache The decorations' displayed unusual
t cured with glasses. Prices reason- "Mrs. W. T. Crawford, of Cairo, taste, and it was the general remark v
.OO .4-UO'OO able. 1-lt Ga., is here for the holidays with that for beauty and harmony they had A. S. GILBERT +

u_ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. never been surpassed in Kissimmee. .
Next week the old Valley Gazet.tebuilding Gardner.
I1111111II11111111I111111ImE will be occupied with a classin Promptly at noon the bride and I ..
the primary department of our Missees Phyllis Jarrel and Heland groom appeared, preceded by Dr. W.
public school-which is made necessary Guice are home from the State Col- W. Carson and Miss Elma Smith, Mr. Main Street
LOCAL fiELD. I IO. by the overcrowded condition of lege at Tallahassee for the holidayswith Eugene Bryan and Miss Corrie Miller,
Osceola High School. their parents.Mr. and Mr. W. A. Smith and Miss Mildred t.
Lee, Mr. Samuel Ra'gsdale and

The laymen's meeting Sunday afternoon and Mrs. W. J. Waring of Miss Kathleen Peacock acting as
at three o'clock will be heldat Lakeland, came up to spend Christmas man and bridesmaid respectively.As bead I
-McLean, of Narcoosseee spent the Methodist church. Bro. A. S. with Mrs. Waring's parents, Mr. the party was marching down

Monday in the city. Nelson will lead the services, and a and Mrs. H. M. Pfann. the aisle Miss Marie O'Berry played I --. .- -- -.--;-. - ------.- }

W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers most cordial invitation is extended all\ Mendelssohn's wedding march, and ents of handsome and costly I
men and boys to atend. Geo. F. Par Miss Mildred Lee, who is a student the many :1 ** gISS:1&81 18 *
during Miss Mary Carson
the tree people. > 40tf. ker, president.John at Sutherland College, is home ceremony" presents, and begin life with the good
rendered 0 Promise M4!.
wishes of their friends, which includes -
for the with her
Will Tison, of Narcoossee, was a holidays parents, The beautiful ring service used Wl
was all
our people.STOCKHOLDERS'.
visitor to the city Tuesday. M. Lee; -ur fellow townsman, Mr, and Mrs. Jno. M. Lee. and Doctor Holt joined them together I Have Several '
who has been signally honored being
by -
Until death does part with words of
Miss Kathleen Peacock, of Lake MEETING.The .
those Coat elected by the Methodist Conference
Have seen pretty
Suits an yoy Stanfords 50tfJ. as one of the delegates to theLayrrwna City, is visiting Miss Marie O' poetic touch and feeling. annual meeting of the stock- Desirable ,
Missionary Conference To" K'hJ down to act as bridesmaidat After the ceremony the happy holders of the State Bank of Kissimmee -
the couple left for a short stay at. therincipal II will be held in- the office of theState
M. Lee spent Saturday in Tampa be held at Waynenvifle, N. C., in June, O'Berry-Aultman wedding. Houses
transacting business. 1913. > cities on the East Coast Bank on January 9th, at two
John A. Sheffield and daughter, when they will return here and occupy -' o'clock P. M.

Save money on furniture and hard County Commissioner E. L. D. Fannie S. Moore who came to St. one of the handsome flats in theWIllson C. A. CARSON, Pres. FOR RENT

ware. 20 per cent off at Waring Overstreet; was in the city Tuesday Cloud from Defiance, Ohio, for the building on Darlington ave- 1-2t N. B. CARSON, Cashier.
Trading Co.'s. 1 62-tf. laying in a stock of Xmas presents.Mr. winter, were visitors in''Kissimmee nue, where they will be at home to
Overstreet's term of office will on Saturday. their friends. On New Year's night Mrs. J. W. Goodman\ visiting her Mrs. E. E. Wells
J. F. O'Berry was among the prominent expire the first Monday in January, Mrs. C. H. and they will be given a reception by the sister at Pembroke, Fla.
out of town people here Tues Mr. and Hopkins groom's parents, at their beautiful
his place on the Board being taken
their Donald . ._
grand-son Hopkins,
day. home 317 ---- - -- - - -
Broadway, where they will
by: Raymond Lanier.Census .
118 WOkoB )
from auto to
Apopka, by
came over
: be
formally presented to the married FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for ,
furniture and hard-
Save money on Taker R. C. Wi-idler desires Upend Christmas with Col. and Mrs section of Kissimmee society.Mr. anything useful. Beautiful 10-aere i l lt

ware.Trading 20 Co.'s.per cent off at Waring 52-tf. : to state that it IK imposhible, to getevery II. I D. Geiger Aultman is the son of Mr. and tract under cultivation. Water :::: &::8tttt3t&t<&tI & &: &:
while his visits to the Mrs. S. B. Aultman and has lived
in from
name on :Miss Linnie Amerine, of Chicago, front. 80 rods! railroad sta-
M. I 1) Tindall and 1 family, of At-h- houses of our people, as in many cases Ills., is a guest of Mrs. E. Pinney fora KiKsimnwe from birth until a few tion. One mile to good town. 1 i i.Ienr

ton, were here Monday. doing. Home the occupants are absent and that if few weeks. Miss Amerine is a years. ago, when he went to New :MexMFageltiarimching Splendid fishing. Value $750. Also Full KI.OItlDA.Tt.HliH. d
- -- thew-whe-nre-lnirsed--wtll f lytivetheirnames co and an i-- ain- -other Rood farm-land in Texas and
X"m a"s shopping l1 otyp e opera l snit made-i Solllce- Ti7THlw r.: Tfirnalo" CLoamber;--"-
at the Valley Gazette office a pleasant call on Thursday inR', returning here a few months ago. Oregon. V. C. Severance, I I pepper Watfrmf Ion. Cantaloupe ':
Special sale on all silks. Cut from they will l be properly inscribed on the lip i iK now engaged in trucking, and is 1-2t Taft, Fla. Sweet! t'orn. Hijuanh. KKK Plant. It you

25 to 40 per cent. Next 10 days.I\ : rosier he will present to the Council. J. M. Uyars, of Atlanta, Ga., is isiting part owner of one of the largest .t..t.until> ri-HultH.i..n.f..i.i plant prlceH' our on need.flrnt-claM Let po-ua p
C. Stanford Co. fU-tf 1 his daughter, Mrs. J. L. Reaves.Mr. able gardens in this section. vege-I FOR SALE-Five budded pecan trees,' tat<> Heed. MvlnKBton'B True Blue It
Capt. and Mrs. O. C. Daisy, of Byars spent last winter in Kis- Miss O'Berry is the two years old, paper shell variety; I Healed lllnlic Tomato 15.10 per Ib. de- j,
B. C. Dutton returned Tuesday Wichita Kansas. in the city. to llvered. We handle In the
are Mr. and Mrs. J. F. will everything ,
Kimmeu and made a host of friends O'Berry, who are these trees be sold at a bargain -
visit wit.hfriends Heed Line Write us for Spring Cata-
night from a three-weeks' spend! several weeks and are comfortably 1
who are glad to see him back again among the pioneers of this if bought at once. Trees can lufrueKllxorr ,
in Georgia.H. located at the Ciraytstone. Cap- She is a most fascinating and sect.ion'l be seen at 116 North Vernon ave- Hrrd ('... I'laal fit.F. Fiend.4t..
C. Stanford I Co. now have the tain Daisy has visited this city several Tickets for the next Lyceum young lady, and is a prize worthy I nue. 1-lp' )- i G
for the famous Happgrade times. the past few years and course, which will take place on the be cherised and protected throughoutlife. , CO-tf 1 owns some valuable property near night of'the 4th, with Ralph Madden FOR SALE-Four good mules J. W. Furnished Rooms For Rent Card E
Kissimmee. This is Mrs. Daisy's firstLrip as the entertainer, will be on sale at The young couple\ were the recipi- Miller. 1 tf. for sale at the Gazette office. 'i iIANN'S
p Ed. Donegan and wife are here for :, to Florida and so far she is highly Roberson's pharmacy on the 3rd and

I *' the holidays with his brother, Hon. pleased. 4th

/ Arthur E. Donegan. I Nels Augustus, wife and son ar- Mr. Milliard Reese, a leading attorney DEPARTMENT STORIUAN'Ii.S: DEI'ARTMENT STORE DANN'S DEPARTMENT STOKEDann's r

Save money on furniture and. hard- rived Sunday from Arlington, Neb., of Brunswick, Ga., accom-
ware. .20 per cent off at Waring and will remain here throughout the panied by his wife, is the guest of his i !'
Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. 'I'' winter. They are here as a result of brother, Editor Joe Hugh Reese, of ;
reading the Valley Gazette. Mr. the Gazette, and family, for the holi =
Isaac Hall, of Peghorn, was among Augustus stated that he was favor- ...
the out-of-town people who did t.heir'Xmas ably impressed with our city and sur- days.Mr. rC = '
shopping here Tuesday. rounding country, and would probablybuy and Mrs. S. B. Aultman, assisted :
property and engage in truck gar- by Miss Aultman will receive at b &1
Save money on furniture and hard- dening and fruit growing.S. their home, 317 Broadway, Wednesday
ware. 20 per cent .off at Waring evening, January 1st 1913, in Department Store
Trading; Co.'s. 52-tfc W. Thornton returned from a h visit to Palm Beach, where he spenta lultman. . .
James Clements came up from his most enjoyable week. The trip was '. .

homestead on Lake Okeechobee to made by auto In company with, a Mr. Adolph Rosenberg, proprietor 1 "" ." ,, ..:,:'<. I;':. ; : :.' .:I Irn'
spend the holidays with his family. friend, and the sights along the route R.< E. McLaughlin and family, of ., : ,1

received of sash and Mr. Thornton says, were most Inter. Olney, were in this city yesterday on Ii I
Just a car .
doors. Fine stock. W. B. Makinson eating, but he was glad to get backto their way home from Fort Meade, Otrf iS
52-2t Kissimmee, the garden spot >f all where they went to spend Christmas -
Co. this wonderful State. with relatives.R. e

Jno. L. Overstreet visited, our newly Tampa elect-on Rev. J. A. Bowen, of Birmingham, H. Wheaton of Knoxville, Tenn., : f: Mt7 '
ed Circuit Clerk, the Methodist is the of his sister Mrs. W. II -.
Ala., will fill the pulpit at guest &1
Saturday.Save I church Sunday. The new pas- Norton. Mr. Wheaton is favorably :iii.

money on furniture and hard- tor, Rev. J. D. Sibert, will arrive next impressed with our city, and it is - ... ,
ware. 20 per cent off at Waring week and preach at both services the probable that he will decide to locate '
Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. Sunday following. Rev. II. T. Gaines and engage in business here. t7 Expresses its appreciation of t

the pastor during the past year will .
Mr. and :Mr. Jas. Carson, of Jack- leave next week for Sanford to Misses AlmA Griffin Margery Q .
sonville, are the guests of their par- which place he was assigned by the Belle Bearden and Grace Nelson, the liberal patronage and 'r, ,

ents, Hon. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, for Conference just closed at Tampa. members of the student class at the '..
the holidays. State College for Women, located at wishes a'
One of the sights of the holidaysin Tallahassee: are home for the holi- - everyone
Save money on furniture and hard- Kissimmee, and which attracted days with their parents. '
cent off at Waring admired .:I IIi
ware. 20 per much attention and was greatly -
Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. was the decorations in Lincoln's J. H. Bryan came up from Lake rv
restaurant. It has been our Kissimmee to spend Christmas with I
Col. II. S. Todd, who lives a few view decorated his family, bringing a deer, two turkeys o iS
to ,
miles east of the city, is the guestof pleasure many and some ducks. The proprietorof t
places in our life, but none we ever and
his friend, D. G. Wagner duringthe to the the Gazette was fortunate in be- Happy I II
saw were pleasing eye
holiday in a close neighbor, and received a
artistic effect
or evidenced a more on
One of those genuine Havelin Din- the part of the deeorator than Mr. liberal division. I "
Lincoln has displayed in his restau- Prosperous. .
ner Sets will make an ideal Christmas Death of Mrs. Melissa Carson. w.Ea .
present. Price only $25.00. W. rant. It is worth seeing, even thoughyou y "

B. Makinson Co. 52-2t hail from one of the great cities.of Mrs. Melissa Carson, of Reynolds, ay
New Year !
the Greater New York Store, will Ga., mother of C. A. Carson and N. B. .
Mrs. J... M. Dickinson, of Narcoossee '
Carson of this died
city, Tuesday
'leave January 9th, for New York to even-
the crowds on our I. A 4ji'y
.was among make arrangements for opening a ing at seven o'clock, aged 74 years.
streets Tuesday doing their Xmas The
skirt factory in this city. Mr. Rosen- deceased had survived her hus-
shopping. berg says that he has met with success band by some twenty years and had 00z C i
'* 'Children's dresses just received- in the sale of ladies' suits here been residing at the old homestead, r3 --- z
Prety designs in linens and ginghams and that he feels a factory of that living with her son, Mr. J. J. Car .

sizes 2 to 12 years character would pay from the day it son. Immediately on receipt of the ----- .. .- We trust we s hll. a continuance \ A. I
1-lt F. II. Lawson's. opened. He says he will employ at sad news, C. A. and N. B.-Carson left .

least one hundred women, and that for Reynolds. The funeral was held y .___ of trade in
for yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. your a
Avery G. Pewell, wjio was several the average sewer can earn from ten.
months connected with the newspaper to twelve dollars a week. Mrs. Carson leaves the following 1913 and will '
business in this city, is now children to mourn her death: Mrs. J. you F

local editor of the Starke Telegraph. Yesterday was the seventeenth an- J. Farmer, of Hampton, Ga.; J. J. here
find and
niversary of the marriage of Mr. and Carson, of Reynolds, Ga.,; C. A. and new
Kisimmee Auto Garage and :Ma- Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, and they celebrated N. B. Carson, of Kissimmee.New .
chine Company will do anything in the occasion with a dinner to complete lines .

lathe or machine work for you for the families both. Besides the Year's Reception.The _
I automobiles, boats and all other ma- mother of Mr. Roberson and the / .
\ chinery. 15 tf parents of Mrs. Roberson, there were Ladies Aid Society of the ) d
Mr. and Mrs.Lane Poulk, Mr. Presbyterian church will entertain
t Mrs. Emma" Muscat, son and daughter present and Mrs. Sam Gardner, Mrs. W. T. the. ladies of the congregation and y IP

arrived here Saturday from Ash- Crawford, George: and Guy Gardner, their friends at the manse on New 70 .
land, Ohio, and have secured 'roomsat Mr. and Mrs. Cobb and Geo. I). Pas- Year's Day from three to five Y+
the home of Mrs. Ford in West Kis- o'clock. Tourists and those who have v r
simmee.To not lived long in Kissimmee are es- p.

into Thanks J. A, Coburn's Minstrels; presentingan pecially invited. T. .
,change;: Christmas .
all white will at -
wife genuine company, appear rn 'f.: r
giving Day give your
the Pastime Monday next with a com- Sanitary Drinking.A R y
SetIt will work
very Havelin time.Dinner Find them at W. B. Mak- plete new program. See the beauti- miniature fountain attachmentfor y'r "ro.k

inion Co. 2-2t ful electric sceinic spectacle "Palaceof bottled water holders has been ">;f
the'Golden Dragon, and all that patented to enable persons to drink arm s J

"Mrs. Walter C. Bass returned home is new in minstrelsy. Remember! without touching their lip. to any re- .
Saturday from Mulberry where she this is the great big fun show featur- ceptacle. '

was; called on account of the illness ing that droll comedian Charles E. z W + ,
of.bel' sister-in-law. Mrs. M. J. Bass, Gano, .and the sweetest singers in Typewriting LegaL .h 1 rJr k A
who recently underwent an operationfor latest music, splendid dancing, start- rn ti y
.appendicitis. The operation was ling novelties. Daily street parade The Austrian courts recently have 1:1: y .
successful and Mrs. Bass's many and band\ concerts. Reserved seats first established E 1
to know she now selling\ at Robersan's Pharmacy, I in the United States that DE.
is doing M well as could be expected. $1.00 other prices,, 50c, 75c. will is. legal. ... Yir

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__,g I $10.00. Iron Bedstead, for $ 6,38 , /.L. 1::<

12.00 Iron Bedstead, for .' 8.85 '

5.00 Iron Bedstead. for 3.65

12.50 Dresser, for 9.90 i .

13.50 Dresser, for 10.02 J


y 15.00 Dresser,. for. ., 12.65

2.25 Stag Paint, for. 1.92 I

2.25 S. W. P. Paint, for . 1.92

:if r*, .!I 2.25 DeVoe's Lead and Zinc Paint 1.92 .

1.50 Chalmette Paint ,_ ) 1.05 .


1.50 Pullman Paint 1.05

.10 White Lead .08 .


1 1.10 Linseed Oil .63

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meal equal' parts by measure" ; hard i iI i week, requites an additional quantityof DISC'OVKKY THE VALUE however, is it that the patient come VJ
DucksTheir Care I boded.. eggs, 1;> per cent of the total food over the proceeding one. 1 OF ORANGE BLOSSOMS.. I out of the stupor without the nausea
bulk. of eutckers 'and meal, mix with The only rule i is. to feed just what 1 Orange blossoms, hitherto used usually exprienced when ether is ad- \. +
water or milk and feed four times a they will eat up clean with a relish. principally to adorn, are now to serve ministered alone. tl j jIt
and Management day not too mushy. I i One) raiser of Jufks gives as a generous a new and more practical purpose. II has been found that laughing gas 'I I
From: five to twenty days old feed allowance' one day's ration I I The recent discovery in New York or nitrous oxide, which is employed in '
-- the following mixture: for one hundred laying ducks the fol- |I that their essence may be advantageously many cases where the patient's con-
Wheat bran, two parts by meas re; lowing: used to lessen the danger of I II stitution is not in a condition to with-
(By Dr. Stanley Merkley, in Pensa'i| |house 12x14 feet will accommodate a ,
h cola News.) flock of a dozen ducks. A duck plant'properly located and No fixtures are necessary in the scraps & per cent, sand 6 per cent; making a total of 75 quarts for a day's sonville. has scarcely any odor and its effects .
c well managed is considered one of the 1 house. No roosts or nests. Some do green food, 10 per cent. Mix with portion, or three-fourths of a quartto Vaporized orange essence, the odor are mild. However, nitrous oxide 1s
x best paying propositions connected have nests but more than half the water till crumbly, and feed four timesa each duck a day. of which is ten times as strong as very rarely used, because it lacks
with M>,the poultry industry. Duck eggs will be found out on the floor day. Grit or oyster shells must be keptbefore that of ether, will be used to deodorize strength and is very costly, where
raising is to be recommended to farm- rather than in the nests. From 20 to 42 days old, feed the following the ducks at all times. One the anesthetic 'and to dull the ether and orange essence together are
ers, therefore, as a profitable-source Th'e eggs are laid very early in the mixture: drake should be allowed for every, five sense of smell of the patient so that comparatively cheap and more pro
), of revenue. There are a great num- morning. The breeding ducks should Wheat bran, two I>' its by measure; ducks in the breeding pen, which .ether may bo subsequently introduced ductive of results. Ether itself can--
ber of farms in this country today be confined till they have laid and then corn meal, one part by"measure; beef I should contain not more than 30 without the patient being aware of it.. not be done away with. It is, according
that devoted' exclusively to raising liberated in their enclosed wire I lun, scraps I 5) per cent of this hulk; sand I birds. The patient succumbs to the anes- to surgeons, the one great basic
ducks, from 6,000 to .", thetic without a struggle when the anesthetic and that
averaging 60,000 with access to the pond or stream per tent; green food 5 per cent. now orange essence -
i ( ducks, as an annual output. An idea '' The floors in the duck house can l h>e ;Mix with water till crumbly. |!1 Austria-Hungary has the least telephone essence is used, possibly imagining so readily dispels the drug's
i t of the magnitude of the business doneon either dirt or l hoard covered with From 42: to l 110;() days old, feed the service, in proportion to population himself in the Sunny South picking objectionable features little is l left to
these plants can be had from the straw. following mixture: :| of any European country. oranges in Florida More important, be desired. f
fact that, as high as three tons oT feed Corn meal, :li
i Brooding Duckx. parts ly measure; .
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are used daily duck --- -- --- -- --
on a single plant, wheat bran,
1 part liy measure beef I|
the The first two weeks of a duckling's'life ;
during busy The
but season. profits i iH the most critical period and l wraps 10 per cent of this bulk; coarse I|
are large, the principle must bet
thoroughly mastered before the after that time the liabilities of loss sand or grit I 5) per cent; green food j .
are reduced to low rate less 10 per cent; mix with water,, not i
Would-be a very -
duck ,
man jumps
to the conclusion that these than I r-) per cent. mushy feed. P
Kreat The hours for feeding are a m.
The front of the brooders for
f results are easily obtained. young{ that
10 a. in., 'i:? p. m., and the birds,, should Sleep
$:' Duck raising is an arduous task i ducklings should be hung with !stripsof )be, what :
The successful duck man has started woolen cloth to keep the warmthin .given just if they will clean upcIU.dly |
| ; any remains it must be j
at' the beginning and gradually developed ) brooder. They are given atemperature
cleaned off the feeding troughs.
f his he that makes them comfortable |
as gained
and knowledge. experience usually about !Ij!! degrees !I- Another method of feeding ducks | Depends largely on the mattress .

The average farmer has all the facilities and gradually lowering this until it as which follows is giving wonderful results is you buy. The mattress must be of -
From time
for raising ducks, and with gets down to 75) degrees by the end : of hatching ?
a of the third week. to "seven days old, feed equal parts by '
little outlay can add considerably to, uniform thickness, gently elastic to
I measure of corn meal, wheat bran
his income. I In large plants the brooder house ,
is arranged with a pipe system for i and low grade flour, and 10 per cent "I conform to the body lines, at the
( Locating a Duck I'lant. heat under the hovers |oof this bulk coarse sand. Mix with a
F' '. i, ? A duck plant should be located on a supplying When three weeks old they are trans I!' little water and feed four times daily. II I .; . same time supporting the sleeper
tine of railroad, in direct communicatlon erred to a cold brooder house which From 7 to 56 days old feed equal l without
' with a good market. Any old I| allows the ducklings to run outside in i i parts by measure, corn meal, wheat L ,. pressure.
worn Qut soil will do, sandy soil pre- yards, and can be fed and watered ] bran No. 2 low grade flour, 10 percent
ferred. The buildings should be ar- outside, and at night have the hover i I beef scraps, 10 per cent coarse i U
f ranged to secure good drainage and j for protection within the house. I sand" and 12 per cent green foods, ( I The Princess Mattress
placed conveniently. When seven weeks old they are put I such as cut clover, rye, oats, etc. Mix
Every department of the plant .in the growing houses without heat with a little water to a dry, crumbly L ;
should be so located as to economize and forced by heavy feeding for three state and feed four times a day.
;, .j,' in labor. The incubator cellar should more weeks, when they are usually'i From 56 to 70 days old, feed the is made of cotton woven by our specially designed

be convenient to the brooder house., i ready to be marketed. If the weather following mixture: .s machinery into layers of light fluffy felt, one layer .4.
then comes the growing pens, the kill- 'is' fine they sleep outside the houses. Two parts by measure of corn meal; insure ;;
r- Ai placed the other to uniformity
ing house, etc. one part wheat bran upon
I They are very timid at night and to ; one part low
Water for Ducks. | prevent stampede, lanterns are hung grade flour; 12 per cent of the bulk v '4 thickness. It weighs full 50 pounds, and is c-ii- 1
about the yards, and have of beef scraps; 10 per cent coarse :
The a quieting cased in ticking artistic in design--plain stripe or
breeding ducks do much better' effect. sand; 12 per cent green food; mix :
If they have access to a pond of water i Feeding with water and feed four times daily. l ) fancy-of durable quality. :

: I during are more the fertile.breeding The season.growing The ducks eggs 1.. The birds must be fed with great Give sundown.the last feed one hour before I Ours is the oldest, largest and best equipped >
do not need any such pond, but regularity, and an exacting system factory in the south for the manufacture of mat-
J must be used in Feed for e
should be given plenty of water | preparing the food Laying Ducks.
to rations. tresses. TIlE PRINCESS is our specialty. We
drink. When large numbers of A ration for breeding ducks is rec-
"': Houses for Ducks. | birds are kept, it is of course necessary ommended as follows: sell it under a 60 night's trial, promising refund ,
;.,;. '; f I! that a system for watering be Fifty per cent by of
Y" Houses for ducks are simple affairs.{adopted for saving labor. The duck. meal; 15 per cent wheat measure bran corn i m s0 your: money if'you are not satisfied. We are safe '

(tp,,; They and have are no built furnishings plain and whatever.comfortable, I all must times.have good water before them at green foods, such as cooked potatoes; 15 per, 'S11UI, mamma .' I in doing this because we employ none but expert )1 1':. ,

1.<." A duck is differently constituted The turnips or vegetables; 12 per cent beef workmen of long experience who make THE : ,. ,
..! duck has no crop like the chicken scraps, and 8 per cent ...
from a hen, and must be cared for and they do not do coarse sand or PRINCESS hand in a large well ,
differently.4.'The I so well on the grit. Mix with water to a crumbly] by lighted

I.l, hen needs warmer and drier I whole Soft grains feed containing as on ground vegetable grains.and and state night.and feed twice a day, morning No.4 thoroughly ventilated factory.
I ,jf than
does the
duck. The animal matter is relished
.! -2" duck can ctand any amount of cold i if i ducks. by Mixing the Feed. Ask your dealer. He should be able to supply )00. If not, \

.,.,.. '|[ *she can keep her feet warni. The i The proper selection of food is ex The dry feeds should be thoroughly] RINCES write direct: to us. Be sure you are informed before you buy. : I
: r. i feathers on a'duck will withstand almost 1- I tremely important to secure the rapid mixed before adding the water. If ? S :
; any degree of cold. A duck will growth of th* duck. It costs from 6 the weather is cold, it is better to use tin-Cttm11 TxQjn.
Tnot stand confinement like a he n. to 12 cenU jjer pound to raise hot water. Never make the mash Ghol
,Duck. active exercise keeps them duck for arket a sloppy. It should be stiff and ,
,_ : eL' in good health., generally up to 10 weeks of crumbly. SprtTigbed Co. '; ;
age. It (tests about $2.00 How Much
per year t to Feed.
Tha house for ducks should be con to keep 'I :
', d't'-- :". stracted so the bird are dry and I little/ ducks a breeding during the duck.first. Feed five days the age The of amount the ducks.of feed The varies with the I SANrrARrFEur ManufacturersA.TI1A.NT.A, OA.P'Gl8. ,
/comfortable. growth A
4 duck likes water; the following aver
"i: 'but in : ages a half a pound a week, and to "
o.t'. the house. A Cracker or bread crumbs, and corn make this increase in weight each: MATTRESS
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FRIDAY,-aitBElt27.:1J: ''t ii: THE 'KISSIMMEE' VALLET GAZETTE.'ybuAretoBelliVJudge : ., .. H

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'Clos-ia Resident iota.TAo j jt I all' 'the/products of "'th*' 'Industry' : Is

j j12t very desirable close-in resident r GREATEST PftOJWCTIOtl 1 only about $67,000,000. . ;'
t lots, one of which is a corner' lot. If. to'th. value of the products of

These lots are on the" water, sewer the beet-'ncS-Qn. TOMT Industries are " .
and electric light lines. Located three IN HISTORY OF COUNTRY added the value of the sorghum sirup :CR1NER: "t&, SIEVER -' -- -

and one half blocks from Broadway and maple sugar and
'ti: and two blocks from Osceola High farms Is about 3117,000,000. ''I
schooL' -Just: the,, place for a fine The year..1912,was a record-break. REALTY 'COMPANY
home.. We are offering these lots fora (Continued from page 4.), for crop production and crop _. .L .
short time at a very low price and values.; Only two crops had been exceeded

on easy terms; Call and w* will' show els", the barley crop far exceeds 't lie twice' in, former production, r Prairie, Land Orange Groves 'High ,HammockLandsTimber ;
to you. and these are wheat and tobacco.Onlr

Slit!. ;. H., M..,BREAKERNice ,A._CO.. largest is 35.7 per one cent heretofore above the produced.average production It two-crops had been exceeded in Lands.: Land at all Price. '' anfl.on Easy Term, e ,''

Close of the five proceeding year. production; and these are-,cotton. and .
'rice. All of the other stands -
crops '
raMl .",n( No. 460--A ',IIew' fi-room cottage The 000,000 value is below of'this the:year'value of the$125 crop at high-water mark--all,of the cere- 2OOQ acre Stock Ranch will exchutf half value
two large lots, 60):x 164 feet each.
1911 als but wheat and lice the'great hay '
teen splendid well of artesian water, fif .that ef year, although was 64,000,000 the production bushels less.of crop, potatoes, flaxseed, and beet -, "- for other real estate ,-:: -:- -: -;- '

bearing orange trees. Call and The tobacco has not quite risen sugar. 50- cn'Orange Grove w3] trade for half Valve
see this proposition price $1,200. crop ,
With respect to''value, the only I ,
to the level of of mostof
24tf H. M. BREAKER A CO. high production for other real estate Balance payments .
:; the other crops, yet it amounts to crops that- nave- been exceeded three - ", -easy.,- :-
Truck and rue'Fluit Land 959,437,000 pounds and is 7.1 per cent times are. potatoes and cotton, seed. :. "
jTry )J'Whil Clover FJour-J above the of The crops exceeded twice .in value r
and if not hiiihly satisfactory ft No. 462-seven and one-half acres average The has I are wheat, cottonseed, tobacco, and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
five price risen some
every way, call on your grocer, of the' best truck' and fruit land in what:years., so that the total value of the i rye, and the crops that have been exceeded
for a refund 0| the purchase Kissimmee Park. This land is in once invalue are cotton lint,
la about 11 _cent
price. We authorize this tot!' proximity to the lake. touCall on us and 'above crop, $97,000,000 the ,.per I beet sugar, and buckwheat.AH the
.WE five-year average.
KNOW that White Clover we will put you in with the other crops reached their highest .
Flaxseed Is the most valuable of the
5 Flour Is :
as near perfect as it is' owner; you can deal direct with him. value'.in 1912; and these includs all
smaller the amount for this
possible to produce This property is offered at a great crops, of the cereals except wheat and rye
about $39,000,000 32." .
duction from what land in this locality year-being or the prominent hay flaxseed,and DoziER .
\OUR GROCER HAS IT? is selling for. per cent above the average' value of beet-sugar by-products. lEITIEW ll'SmilCE jGEflCY .
the five proceeding crops. The production
NINSULAg4y t 24-tf H. M. BREAKER &: CO. is 2 ,755.000 bushels.' Live Stock Products.. '

" : S 4 Rye is one of the crops that rem"In The dairy cow' is one of the farirm. The aFIRE lII.arano.[ A*.ner In OiMol County, ...
,4- J For Sale nearly stationary in production. Ttiis cipal producer of wealth on the ,
and the value of her products. in 1912, LIFE'ACCIDENT ;,HEALTH t
Splendid team of mares, 5 and 6 year's-crop contains 35,422,000 bush- ..MONK ttm -
years old, well broke, kind and gen els and is the largest one produced. is estimated at about $830,000,000, an YC.
tie; also wagon and double harness. Its value is $24,000,000. amount which exceeds the value of
Enquire of Nelson Realty Co., John The rice crop Is about 8 to 10 per the cotton\ lint and is nearly equalto . .
H. Payn. 25-tf cent above the average production and the combined value of lint and A. CARSON President N. C.: BRYAN Secretary. s
would have been much greater had seed. The wheat crop is worth only
r It not' been tho .Missis three-fourths as much as the dairy
TEN Splendid Residence Lot. damaged by
.P sippi. River freshet. The value may products.The The Waters &: Carson:
No. 463 Fine
large, vacant corner amount to than $20,000,000. animals hold from the farm and
lot 80x147% feet, close to lake. more
r Splendid The buckwheat is the largest the animals slaughtered on it together -
location, good neighborhood. We crop number about 111,000,000, and
since 1868 and amounts to 19,124,000 t
are offering this .large lot at the very bushels worth $12,000,000. the farm value of these animals is
low price of $400 cash. II. M. Extraordinary, conditions ot the 'estimated at $1,930,000,000. Grocery Company -
BREAKER &: CO. 16-tf world's hop market in 1911, on accountof I The total value of the animal products A_

' deficient European production, have I| of the farm In 1912 is estimatedto
be about $3,395,000,000, This is a ,
- -- -- --- not been repeated this year. It is estimated i
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
that the crop of 44,500,000 larger value than that of 1911, but is .
is worth about about $150,000,000 below the estimate I
pounds 11000000.
THE TOP NOTCH PRICE DANCING CLASSESunder All of the cereals, except wheat and foe: 1910, which is the only year that GROCERIES00400400000000400 "
I rice their in exceeds 1912 in value of animal pro- -
FOR CITRUS FRUITS direction of produced largest crops
ducts produced on farms. .
1912 and those madea
including crops,
anmial about
oat products are
is assured only when the fruit Is gain 25.6 per cent above the five-
one-third of the wealth '
production on
The total productionof .
properly wrapped packed etc. FIREMEN'S HALL year the cereals is 5,609,807,000 farms in 1912, the crops are about 000000000000000000 .

Good quality wrapping bushels, a bulk of food so large as to two-thirds. Their value is $6,187,000- 00 0 0 0
paper; Monday Evenings 7:30 to 9:00 000 amount which is vastly above
an I
nice clean crates constructed entirely beyond understanding.The 00 WE SELL: 0 O WE. BUY, 0;
so Thursday 7:00 to 8:30 the high-water mark of total crop
I combined value of this great mass 00 HAY, 4 0 0'
as to CARRY and reach destina- LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH of cereals_ is a little over $3,000,000000 ,- value in 1911.KHping 0 0 00 IDES, +,

tion in good condition. and is 15.8 per cent above toe 00 GRAIN, 0 .<00 4' 'i
Private instructions if desired
at Water Fowl In (he Yard.
average of the previous five years. 00 FURS
special rates. Domestic water fowl comprise 0 a e;
beets and prac-
OUR STOCK Sugar sugar cano are FERTILIZERS, '
tically all water fowl, for the wild 4
treated fro Tnthe point of view of 0 00 WOOL, 0.
of The oftersugar.making varieties are quickly tamed, usuallyin '
sugar manufacture. raising 4 SHINGLES, 0' 00 4 -'
1tOYAtWRAPPINPAPER- nugnr bpptn- an a few days. And all water birds"saemre'thamr .0-

CRATE MATERIAL hardly be regarded as being an established '-of- incident- to-the : '
beauty and placid quiet of a small
industry years ago.
the of the law this lake or pond, and their brilliant or odd }
encouragement 00 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 00 ALL +.
THE LARGEST IN THE STATEand The New department and other agencies pro- plumage gives it pleasing color notes. <00 <00 +'

meets all the requirements of moted the growth of this industry.The choose Of course depends, the.somewhat kind of on birds the size to 00 VEGETABLE CRATES, 00 0 COUNTRY' Iha 0, ,_
latest fruition of all theca efforts 00 00 O 0
the fruit and vegetable packer. declares the in the and location of the water area at one's .
Secretary, appears 00 CRATE NAILS, 0 4 PRODUCE.. 0
Home disposal. Or if there is no natural ,
testimonial of the .
BakeryDARLINGTON magnificent production 00 00 0 0 '
of 1912. The beet- pool on the place, one of cement two
All Orders Shipped PromptlyA crop 40000000044000400 0000000400.0000.0.
sort be made
feet and
1899 amounted to 81,729 tons. deep can a very .
It increased to 218,406 tons in 1902 picturesque effect may be obtained by

Full Stock of Tents. AVENUE to 501,682 tons in 1909, and 699,501)( building the edge of a rough field We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .
rather of small
stone than cement. A
tons in 1911. The production of 1912 We give special attention to flit Ing out hunting and camping parties.Free ..
twelve fifteen feet wide is
pool by ,
WE FURNISH ALL NECES- amounts to. about 700,000 short tons, in limit. No. "
Phone 12.
Makes delivery city
as good duck K
enough for six or eight pairs of ,
SARY SUPPLIES FOR PACK- or a gain of about 100,000 tons over We are county agents for good fertilizers. Aak us for circulars and,
but should have
swan more
ING FRUITS AND VEGE- BREAD the preceeding year. The sugar beet space; prices on fertilizers. +
look well than
production of 1912 is worth about one- they on any water more
TABLES. fifth of the national consumption' fifty feet in diamter.
But if the lake is an acre or,so in
-- and declares the illus-
PIES sugar trates what can be done under the extent, an interesting colony of all I 11 I I I I I 111 I 11 I I I I I I I I I I 11 ,I 11 111111. 11 1111 11 I I I 11 i 11

E. BEAN & SON CO. \ protection of the law and in consequence sorts of water .fowl may be formed
CAKESas of practical an dwell-diructcd without chance of mishap. Only the DANCING !

4 Riverside Viaduct efforts. If the by-products of beet Egyptian geese are temperamentally
manufacture are included, the unfitted for gregarious life. They area EVERY THURSDAY EVENING .AT 'I'
.JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA any Bakery in Florida. value sugar of this industry in 1912 is about beautiful and hardy tribe, but either

67000000. not yet evolved from the barbarous FOREMEN'S :TTATJT.: :: :
state or else ineradically monarchial, ,
...-"t. The cane-sugar' industry-fared badly "
. for they rule their dynasty alone andwith 11111111111111111111111111111111111111 ii i > 111111 M r
-; -- ------- -- -- -----;- J. H. REED"ProprietorI' I on account of the Mississippi River "
native despotism, killing all the
flood. The production of is the
lowest since 1899, and ,the value .oft other I birds. My knowledge of their #.
tendencies coat me a darin duck and

. some other birds. Since then my autocratic .
---- -- - -- '''- < 'Egyptians adorn my natural I
Most water fowl are pinioned when

GUARANTY BANK OF I ISSIMMEE they are bought; that is, the outside
STATE ; joint of one wing is taken off to Prevent -

their flying far. .
COMPANYGuarantees But those not pinioned should have ,
Oldest Bank In Osceola County the flight feather pulled from one AT A LARGE INCREASE e: :.

wing. This keeps them from flying
the Title to Lands, Depository For for a little while, and by the time the I )
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STATE OF FLORIDA.. feathers have grown again the birds '
Prepares Merchantable Abstracts COUNTY OF OSCROL.A CITY OF KISSIMMBB. ate used to their new home and will The farsighted and wise pepl ar* baying Real Eslat. NOW.

of Title to Timber' and not leave it, for, oddly enough, their We offer as an investment the following list of property to be old.*

Capital Stock Fully Paid ____________________________$50.000.00 migratory instincts never seem to get a. a whole, at about two-third Its actual value, and on easy'tersl. '

Colonization Tracts anywherein Surplus ________1________________________________ 30000.00 the better of them again. of payment. The improved property included In the list bring a .

Florida. Stockholders' Liability _____..___________________-___, 50000.00 Swans are always liked and the rental of $69.00 per month. ;.
general favorite is the mute or royal I
Depositor Security ______________________________$130.000.00 swan, of the traditionaly graceful
One nine-room house with bath and
electric lights, fronting ea'brick
neck. They were introduced Into Eng ,
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. land by Richard! I, who brought them paved street, renting for $20.00 per month. This property 1'

from Cyprus, and for years one could easily worth $2,500.00.Fiveroom .
not keep them without a royal license ..
EXAMINED -hence their name. All other kindsof cottage and bath, nearly new, modern In "way
every ,
PROMPTLY. C. A. Canon, Jno. M. Lee, M. Kate, N. B. Canon,
President. Vie. President Ind Vice Prevt. Cashier swan, including the trumpeter and on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per
the whooper are straight neckedStrictly month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. \
speaking, the only water
fowl are swan, geese and ducks, but Five-room lot i
cottage, on large fronting brick paved street, ,
LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager, cranes may well be added. They are 1-
Kissimmee Office. easily tamed though they do not swim has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per';month." This' 3"
they live' near water all the time andwade property if purchased separately would cost $1,250.00. ; +
in as far as their long legs will :i
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT let them and they have engaging Four-room cottage, located on large lot. fronting en brick, "

habits of play that make them very paved street, renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth'' $900.00. ,;'1

Head Office: Bisbee Building, INSURANCE Yes. Best Companies interesting. The best cranes txt keep
Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: are the Demoiselle, common or Euro- Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth,
pean; White Himilayan, Manchurianand $800.00. "
1If'. Kissimmee, FU-, Fort,. Myers. '& Sarus, all of which will winter out *' .** '

Fla, Arcadia, Fla. Why not use the same good judgment in buyingInsurance of doors, even in the rigors of the One cottage rented to' colored people, renting for $S.OO per r i+

that you do in buying goods for your north. Other Wattled good and varieties the crowned are theStanley month. Worth $500.00. ?{

tore clothe for family 7 these need house for '' m
or your I crane; warm One-half 175.00
interest in.144 city lots, each lot easily worth
the winter. A pelican is i a good pet, '
I but must also be housed rn winter. The now, and values are gradually Increasing. .

Get the Habit I. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY 1 stork ornamental.and the-Craftsman.flamingo are also very Two close in resident lots worth $500.00 each t

SMOKE The Angel Child. Investigate, and you will find that all of the above. are'good

D. G. WAGNER, Manager Albert was a solemn-eyed, spiritual- properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell every s

Boone's Straight looking child, says the Pittsburg Post, thing la the above schedule for, the sum of $9,300.00.. The person
!:"Nurse" he said one day, leaving '
t buying now will reap large profit. ,' d
- Made in Kissimmee his blocks and laying his hand gently

: The Cigar with the Real Taste 11 Mini i iniiiiii IMIIIIII illinium t HIM 111 dayT'on her knee- -, "nurse, is this God's- We also have two well located business. Tot"on Broadway, ul- l l .. ;,

Box trade solicited "4o, dar," said the nurse, "this is very best part *f the business. district, which-we are offering-fofi-, v
for Union LabeL Grave Covers'and![ Vaults a not SundaYI; it is Thursday." $5,250.00. .
Look "
he said
"I'm so sorry, sadlyand *
';' WHITE went back to the blocks. -, We will be pleased t* hare you raIl and see these'properties..
'. The next day and the next, In his .r

Is:the,most) enduring monument serious manner he asked the same .- ',; '

'. GaBYaTOwETUILOIL SHOP t :made., Will not get 'moss-grown, ; to question cook:, and the nurse tearfully said H. M. BREAKER & ,COMPANY, '

'* "That child Is too good for thif .
crack crumble. artistic "
: or Is :more : !
, a ; : world." . ; :
i ?:LADIES"AND"GENTS''SUITS' and.less expen8ive On Sunday the question was repeat I x.,

ed, and the nurse, with a sob in her

'i"I" Made" to Order. : Write me and I.will call, ,.. voice", said; "Yes, Lambie, this is God' '

if also : JOHN( H. PAYN -- KISSIMMEE, P. O. \ day."Then where,la the funny paper,f For quick returns gild best results-- :

;,Leaning and Repairing Neatly Done .. ... Use the "Want" columns lu he'G-azette: '.
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.. : Mexico'' Exhibit at Frisco.Th T.M ;RIVERS 'D ; ". '..
_ _ s,$ !Florida Land ofGqpdThingsIf .. Mexican government already <\..
1 a S has begun to take steps to arouse interest 'PHYSICIAN": S SURGEON '.;* .
( :,: 'JttWi$ PRESSING, CLUB Ii,you wiiItoiuyii. in the Mexican: exhibit at the 4Dm0. j .
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San Franaisco Exposition Circulars oyer Osoeola Pharmacy'

:.' /awl: TAILOR SHOP t f one were 'seeking worldwidefor % In fact, industries every descrip- have been'sent' to the.governors of the PHONES' t RelldeQoe 3 .

Automobile a veritable example of "a land.of tion abound and flourish. States askingthem t- interest merchants f Olfioe 148 .

... : ,FINETAILbRINif'AND:: milk and honey," it would be difficult One can hardly' mention the name ''manufacturers and hacenda-

_ to find a more perfect ,one than Flor- of Florida butte be reminded of the dos in gettingtogether an exhibitof -VT7* L. WINN '

REPAIRING, ,ida. Situated between the mild Atlantic grand opportunities offered for bathing Mexican resources. .

OF _ALL KINDS Or Live your automobile Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, with and boating., Salt water bathing PHYSICIAN .. ', ..
_ r climate the land teems with along.the coasts and In the lakes of Work .ia. the moat honorable. thing "
a genial ,
in th world .and it is ,that. which Of dee 2nd Floor Willson
Crafts of-all suitable Bulldine1RXSIDSNC k
of the earth and the' interior.
,. Work Called For and Delivered all the good things
most devoted to it. PHOTO M
''PHONE. Repaired the living things that thrive upon'''it. sizes for business and pleasure are to keeps men so Ornom front V7. .KBMH. u
From the grain and field stuff of the be found plying in the beautiful warm SJL

FRANK DUKE,. Proprietor North and Northwest to the fruits of I I waters of the State. Individualism is a good beginning, DnWIr T.
Mtllllll III Italy, it runs the gamut of agrarianism With all the great attractions of but that should be only the start to LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATJHIC
eliminating no product that Florida but half told, there remains 1', '
p g brings health, wealth and happinessto one, which possibly is greater than - -..-
_ _ _ _ ; the soul or body of man and beast. all therest=its wonderful climate. ,SALE- OF1 Reaidenc f Phon 274
With its ever temperate climate The oxygen from the air of the Gulf REAL KSTAT14. Office Phone 98
it produced crops almost fourfoljthose and Atlantic and the balsam of the Under and by virtue at a .decree of Rooms3and4 't
I and sale rendered the
partition by
: C.W.GRIFFINStaple GARAGE in any other part of the pines tend to form an atmosphere thatis ludR-e of the Circuit Court of the 8ev State Bank Bid's: Kiasimtn. ,
try. In this state fruit invigorating and health'giving.. It .nth Judicial Circuit of FlorlBa In and
: I of coun-I is for to out dayin for Oncnola County and Issued out of .. ,
reached' the highest state possible one go every B. D.
said Court In a causa therein pending;, DR. WIENENGA
: and FancyGROCERIES tion. All sorts of choice the year and mingle among all\_the! wherolii Lawrence I* Barlow Is com- .

pears, grapes figs, oranges, grape- I semi-tropical growths of plant lire, plalnanU- .andIsadora A. Heard and (VETERINARIAN
and which found here in great John Q neard her husband. are respondents -
fruit, and nuts grow are produced are pro-
1>io undersigned Commissioners STOCK
in abundance. I fusion. From the smaller wild flow- In chancery will sell to the TREATED Von '
; The school facilities of this Stateare ers on every side to the more stately hlKhont and bi>.t bidder for cash at ALL DISEASES
; covered with public autlon at the front door of the Dar Thone' fMflht >
the best. In town there are palms and magnolias,
1 Sprigg Fleming every Court House In Klsnlmmra. Osreola I'honu: 182jQ ORLANDO ) ,
' many well-built, restful looking buildings graceful Spanish moss. i iI County, Florida, on TUKSDAY. 1HW ,
Free Delivery to all Parts equipped with all the most modern The weather is mild and balmy in 14TH DAT OF JANUARY. A I). 1lL ,,'

CLEANING educational appliances and prl"sided -I the winter and cool and comfortable during follow"InK the described hours of legaL real to, tho the :i;: R., N. L. BRYAN

of the City over by efficient teachers. during summer. The rainfall is ample property of the said Complainant. Law-
;L PRESSING There is hardly a town in the State occurring usually as showers during rrnoo L. Uarlow and said Heapondents.laadora DENTIST
.1 .: that ill railroad steamer the late and A. Heard and John 0. Heard.
not on a or a I spring early summer her Squires
husband situate
del In said Osoeola Building
DYEING service, and those that are not are in months. Count Florida, to-wlt: New York Avenue ,.. '"
I ui uuspIItuI IupuhIIIIItI daily connection with other towns by I Some day people will learn these IfoKlnnlnfC at the* northeast corner of ,
REPAIRINGLeave I Lot one (1). Block U of Bnbt Uass1 ST. CLOUD
.. autos or other means. things and then will know that the Addition to tho Town of KlHilmmueClt FLoRIDA

.. .. +---0--- Dairy lanchiiiff has also attained a promise of a new life is open to \ Florida run weal sixty-six (66)
:, J. G. HOWARD : word pt my house and clothenvwlll flourishing! condition. Cows average I them and they will come and takepossession'and feet thence south" one hundred, twontynliii DU) J. W. SIMPSOIcDENTIST. :
, (129)) fpct. thunct- east slxty-alx
crhed 2 to1 gallons of milk day and be made welcome.
I bo lor and returned. per ((66) feet and thence north one hundred ..
---.- the cost of feed.. is nominal. I And win those who have plowed IvMnty-nlnp ((125) feet to the place of :
. ; Paper Hanger and Painter Fish of all kinds' may Lie caught in { shivering through the ice and snow beginnIng. together with the bullxllnKS

: i Satisfaction Guaranteed tht lakes, creeks and hayouti, und all i of tilt North arc kissed by the Florida situate I .. Iwr..dltal1wnlll.' tht.rcon I I with all<.n..nta and ninKularth and ap- Upstairs In Katz Building. ;

r-- - '-- sorts of game may he shot in ubundance I sunshine with the mocking birds singing l.,urt. "-niinc, *'M thi'reuuto belotitfltiv. and OFFICE HOURS: t I ?9.*j m. to 12 m. tl
Work Guaranteed Life sings joyfully from thethroats : gaily around them, with the breathof \ errlKht. till and Int'r"8t.o'Mol\ or J I
: .
_..... 2. .. ... ._ , Telephone No. 76
s I .no Jk. d 4 4 { equitable of the said I.owr.c > U Dar- Jun g In
.1' .; .j I of the meadow links in the Motets in the air they will fall on low and, Isadora Iltaltl, and John Q :iDR. i-:-

.; *- If thinking of having any done i f' M. TILLER fields, from the mocking; birds in the their knees and say "God, we thank lliard her huxbuiiil, of In and to the .
nwc<.! magnolias and ("\'('n the out / '1 hee, for indeed thjx! is the land of all till'. W. CARSON. It;

please notify me through the P. 0. hoots a note of viUome to the tiUM.1 Milk and Honey.".-lynn Haven Tribune I S.1S nUM-OCrf M JiihlNi'N.lerhhhir : {. : I ,

I : Real Estate Agency fT ei in the night. .\ 1': l lNlCliAN' DENTIST t

I : 1r J.. G. HOWARD :. . ._ -- ._ ---. II 1>. I 42-4tpd . ---------------------- | 11 Soliiitor Cl 4t over Cole'i Jewelry

: n 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 f This ssl.continu! rI until dalibo\ <' Office Hours 8-12, 1-6

_' _ _ _ _ __ _ 4 Realty Houses bought rented.and sold. THE STORAGE-OF-FRUIT 1 I HOW TO TELL IF YOUR "-'Ilt'd.--.Ian 14. 1913 Office Residence phone )J68 23' .

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; --l"l"l"l"l"l'-H"r"r"H"H"H"H"t-l'
; f: Taxes paid and Titles ver- J 1 Gas administered for extraction of teeth }:.,Ji.
ified for non-residents. I. THE There Ute no advantages to be derived WIFE LOVES[ -- -$2.50 J Q RAYSTONE { J Fire Life and Accident In- J from picking fruit The 4'*>uaty. I:% l'II"1\4.H\. I)IL G. E. PARKER I
: '
..>.*t* l>. "U.7. |'|Hint I IT.
surance. ideal htafre; is when the fruit is full ..r......
4 Indemnity. Bonds. rVwv'W'w' frown, hut, some days before It Av.ould '! .....*|.|I !t. H<.It lil.a.. rfrndjsil. DENTIST

OrE* All THE TEH t '.. WIBF-'II' ir-vt begin to how signs of mellowness. 'IF SHE SPILLS SOUP YOU LOSE to I Il thi hill a rliiK flied, I In'In afYiila\th. .h-r>apl".I.1 v -atmtedra I OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY

r: d-- : : Other points to lie oliseivcd are the i UH,' thai J 2.60 to 3.60 per ; heleitioir of latc-muturiii", Koodjieen; .. . .. .- r.tlllU.DL..lbcJcJA.k. --.. Tiou-irnKf --.--- 1 1:00
- : to 5:00
i. nt" ot lli' stat* of l"hoiIa. ,HIM, ,,1 IH : M.DERHYSIUKE .
pa1by! .week OJ:mojith.\ Ia. injr vat lutiet, 'Hnl( gtltTieriiii; the fruit uI
,' .. !!: I Ht il.| 111, "I' t.Mt.MI, t. CdtllltV' of J-'lit-: ,
-- --- : : in cool weather, or late in the day Lxtiacts from literature purporting };It. a.h t stati" ..r Montana:, :' or th;:. iii<. uf I It
; W. TsURMlR.. Hif. R. D. PORTER% Up. ; DR.WM.HARPEROSTEOPATH \\hen it cut stand open all night to !he- to reveal 'twentj of the most ancient t I"'H'i < i''' \.IIM it \IH thr.r,,t iu I E. M, D.,

y 411. . +++++++++++++++++: come chilled before going> into the becicts, In necioinancy weregiven iidHnt.h..1] h.that and, H.i in ltd I In 11.-,.,...)l l\i* jlil I.
i cellar. out today in connection with I tn t ho. hill I of complaint ((11.'.I In Special attention ''I
I A the cunt of Ke'ix!' MarkieVicz knownas nald) ,'a UH. in IId"n iii. gIven to the
_ common practice formerly was or fil 11 h flaiiuat treatment
_.. of
I .L:: .1 . .\ 1 > 1 Womeri and
"I'rofessor r' 1113.I ntht'rw 1m th. ul-
to the fruit the shade the Lanord under
pile now

w: L. V STECIALIST IN open air or in a in freely ventilated in bonds of $10,000, charged with usuig
m N.$ DUZOR ', CHRONIC DISEASES bUilding before placing in storage the mails to defraud. The whole ex- .It IH ftnitxr ord'r..h l that thin ..1,14" ! Office over Citizen Hank. .
b< |1"IIIHI..d| ]| > unit* a w..k for lou' 4 PHONE 184243moepd
t.t. writes Ernest \\'alkv; in Taim and hiliit is under lock and key in the c.....8..UII\t ... \% i'4 kn In the KlHNfmmt< .>.
: CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FKBE Home This was for the purpose of federal building, pending the trial of \.111\ i .a7..Il.'. a 'uw"pHI'r puhliali '
allowing it to go through; a Hoculled I the "professor" I III s'til! < 'outit* and Slut". P. A. VANS AONKW: W. "
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"swtat This process was thoughtto Some of the secrets. revealed J hiH 1 ><"i' ih-r i 4. 1 1MJ \I
.' It O J' ii 11 I S&iTi! >IN '
TUESDAYS THURSDAYS.SATURDAYS improve color, aid\ favor a Blight according to the Atlanta Journal, <,1 S. nil ('h. .rk Circuit e..,,"I VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
Real Estatet OFFICE. CENTRAL HOTEL shrinkage, also a toughening; of the with the alleged prices i.t which they M. ltEW JOHNSON.. 'If
11-41 .llo\lu.\ for Complainant ATTORNYS-A'T-LAw '\
i skin. It also allowed specimens that were bold are: 1\

were not in sound condition or too "How to compel a thief to return "
4 _' PHONE :26! ORLANDO, FLA. ripe to deVelop signs of decay stolen money Price !$3.50.:i Kneel In Court of County Judge State of OfflctwKisaimmee: 344.4 CLtIUDB liana natldlnc ...tA. ..

The pile was then sorted over one before the seeds of the apple which Io'lorlda"
t or more times, leaving only the Eve ate and tell her of the crime. Go Florida. County of Osceola. = V

,KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA hound fruit for storing The latter home and, without speaking to yours I lit r*..ttme., T. flanlorlSon II.D'. GEIGER. '
.' Fruit and Truck Land result was' no doubt of mole real \ Ife, fast for three days and then 'ir.' "IK In.,i-l.i. ."I...... to all hom,. It ninyooiiiini .
We have five and ten-acre tracts L lliHtoii t tin sih ,lay of I>niiHr\. \ II .
in walk '.
value than the so-called "sweat, as out on the btrcet The 1 first ..
per- I'Mil. I t.Iortt!) upl-lr, M> I tin Ilouorulili. ., o. r' '
Liberty Park. the most desirable suburban we know that diseased or scabby, son you meet will return your stolen puL.r..r tiiii I MIH, .,'" I In ir/tlr. .. J".III..1. ml$$1,1 1C"l ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ;
property on the market, whichwe or fruit Rhowing mechanical injuries money or propertyIf "rC..a> JnilKi o( rolmli for H fl- ,ill, ,11.limit' .. ,\
L i .. Office State Bank
are offering for your considerationat will not well under condi- Wife < Ailnilnlitrnlor. Ihe iMlxle' I nf Building
:SH.BULOCK keep any Spills Soup. T "smiifurl,, ,.HIM
prices that are attractive. We tion.' Cold arrests activities of most "How to find out if your beloved lime I fcliHlt pr"iteiil to I h.. Mtiil( ('txirt pity Html' Klssimroee. Florida \
4 will be pleased to show these tracts to .""OIl".B AdminlMiraior of Maid
of these organisms present, but one wife thinks only of you. Price $3.25. Initiate and]
a prospective purchasers at any time.. of these d'ungi at least works even at This very important secret was con- approval. W. J. tiltARs, Q. F. KRIBBSATTORNEY ::; ,..: 'u' ?
Do not fail to see this property before temperatures near the freezing point. tided to me by the Genii who watchedover Administrator.. ;:, ,
: '; REAL ESTATE purchasing as it has the advantages I The location of the cellar on a AJladin's lamp. When :your wifeis IhtlodJuI7 EH, A. 1 D ISia. 1111 I;am rn. AT LAW KISSIMMEE'FL4.

'; 1L ( ,., ., ......-.-................ of being close in and on the very best slope or hillside to ,the north, with I I asleep sprinkle. a powder of dried '"

? : 1>'; \';f.1 INSURM4CE paved road in the county, convenient; openings up and down the. hill, favors -' rose petals over her forehead. If she I Notice-ef Administrator.In Examination of Titles a Specialy.ilNotification '
to the city, school and churches. Five free and thorough ventilation I loves another she will 'murmer his and payment of taxes of
acre tracts $260 and. $300. during cool nights; Hy opening the name on the third night following. I Oiic Court,.,ola, of County the County Jud..... State of Florida.' non-residents given careful '

24 tf. H. M. BREAKER & CO. cellar early in the night in cold I Keep close watch whether jour fork In re_tate of J. .K. Oiivodeeea.ed, attention.
: : Examination of Titles a weather and the doors NutiraUhomlir jilvon to all whom It .
closing before' Is on the right side of your plate at I that urn th. day of January A may II.> "concern "i I.
Big Bargain Home sunrise, the cellar is cooled and the the table. If your wife spills soup i 1 .haii 1 apply to the O ' K larkir. T3OBERT G. JOHNSTON!
:: t' Specialty. Splendid' in a house cold air isj ppt caged in Under ordinary ..; on the table, it i is! a sure sign she is Judirw .of MiUl c ourt an : :.j'Il'.r'1.%:,, >. for ;
six-room just
seasonal conditions the cellarso of another. flli charv" aa ailmmintraU of the eutuUi. uf ,
r inside city limits, fine deep well, lot Joa K. Oliver, doceaiuHj; and that at tlit. namu
contains two managed keeps fruit fairly well "How to make a gun so. that it will time I will present mr llnal arcounU a> ailmmintrutor ATTORNEY
: Corr new barn and sheds .
wagon buggy ,, Wll I 1AM O "AST lt. I
cold air in rather than
: .____ __ and all .uhder good new fence.'ine in keeping the useless I'rice$2.50. Clean the gun DaUd.. July 1'th A. 1>, l 1912.l Adminmlrator, FLORIDA
location for small truck garden or warm\ air or protection against freez- thoroughly; and then rub some llamaoil uil Imo <'m<*
poultry ranch. This fine ing, and maihtaimng'as equable a temperature in the barrel. If you wish the ----
is a propo- :\U'l'II'K 10 .. IX1UI8 c. MASKEr: y. FICTON
i ; 'sltion, where one will have the free, tion as possible by careful atten gun to be useless and not to kill en- - -- l. tte CouniM) for Judge of the
J. W.. Thompson dom of the country, yet close enoughto to ventilation. chant it by saying the word 'Wssys-' III ( ourt.of the. 'wuol> JutlNte, Florida K K. " Criminal" Uoort .
k bdaecoyeoLicorice *.... of .
tkie. If wish the to kill .
enjoy all the advantages of the you gun
rr mtmte: of Oarrola < :Nl
; $ . FUNERAL DIRECTOR citysuch as splendid high school, best always, so that no game can escape \\'. II. Hnrmtr. !).,.rnx-d. i.unty.

i I,. / .', and markets, churches, etc. Price $1500 Grows Wild. use the word "Adresowac" in conjur- To nil <'...dUor.. I..t.... l>lnlrll".(..... ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS .I I
24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Licorice belongs to the pea or vetch "How always to win at cards. Price and all t'rrmanm hating (lalm of IJe- AT LAW .
:f"j'*;. LICENSED EMBALMEROpposite family and grows wild the plant commonly ing the spirits to your aid m.a.l.You. l and KalnHt. aald Katafei
c-ucli of you Practice In all
itrj, hereby the Courta of the Put and of
.' of $:l.75. To those who would .
reaching a height about four alwayswin notified and rnqulnd to pfi BI nt any the United State aIm'l .before the *'lorlda Hall-
V4. Courthous.IUSSDOfJCE" Modern Up to Date Home feet. It i m' the long straight root at games of chance, rub a tlalniH and d<'nmndn which. j tu or road CommUalun. and the interstate Ctnm ros.

FLORIDA No. ..464.-$3500.-, modern L which is of commercial value. No powder of dried bread crumbs on the ,either Htali- of ofV you ..maYH.hue a :nlnBt; the CommiMkm. "

4. six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot means have been adopted for culti- back of the cards. You will find <-<'Hml l. late of oaccola County Partner Florida do- 11-14 CHABLJCSTO'N BLDU ORLANDO. FLA.
t: .' and cold water, electric lights, beautiful to t tie undrmlKiKd 84 In
vating the plant, which requires about that the cards will become transparent executors of ald

4 y _ _ _ expensive mantels, new furniture three years to reach maturity'or for and that you can see what is in VHtati n...r..iifllHlid. within two years from the date A NDREW JOHNSON
; '': nice! rugs. House furnished complete,, improving its condition. II your opponent s hands If this should Nos'ernh.r 12th A. I)' 19U
'. ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x: fail, find a flock of pigeons and stand MATTIE U FAKMBR: I ATTORNEY
:Tested and Proved Good 147 tt feet, on which is 20 full bear- Most methodical persons like only under them for half an hour." O. 1. KRIIiBS Attoriu, AdmlnUtratrlic Will AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
y 47-8t Practice in all Courts
ing orange trees. Located in threeand their own method. It is charged that "Professor La-

Freshness as well. highjgrada quality. a half blocks of the post office, A whisky glass is a tumbler-and nord" obtained thousands of dollars AM OitIIAi.1 :. State and Federal
? on beautiful Verona street, in the very I i An Ordrian! Office adjoining Broadway f
1": so is a man who drinks too often from sale or the "secrets" and the Amending Suction Two
1 Call. for what you want In the best neighborhood. Call and let from it. powders and oils which they call for. of an ordinance entitled: "An Ordl- Citizens Bank Kismmmee
/,. GROCERY LINE us show you this beautiful home. fiance Ilulld Htqulrlnir the Numbnrlnir of i
| the
City of
Terms on part of purchase if desired -.- -- -------. 1* lorldaaonrnvttil. -- -- --. -ninv...., _V4..H w.KI.Blmmoe. ifna. .u' r. H. JBNUN8: S. B. WOODHAM .
24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. II. It Ord.l.ed br the. Counrll t
of the
S n 111111111111111111111111111 I I j 111111 I -a-1111111111111 cae, of Kiaia.e.
,, Section 1. That Section Two of an JENKINS & WOODHAM J
No. 464.-It certainly is exasperating Ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance. Heh -
QUlrinK the Numbering of """din*" in iI"
to see an opportunity of making ,
City of KUalmmee. Florida. SURVEYORS
big, quick money and then not be proved Atl2 rd, l 11112. bo and th. same ap-
able to take hold of it. We can't HOLIDAY RATESVIA lows: amended 10 aa to reud. an fol Klsslmmee Florida

buy all the good things and ,
we see, we Sec 2. On HtrreU which intersect -
are willing to pass them along to Hmmett Street at right atiKl.M thn num
our friends. Here's a sure one- i ber ahull run from OND towards the

lr. 118 acres all platted anJ ready for I ,, south north: on and Htr.nt.from which one Intcrsxct toward. *Stew-the MONEY BROKER ('

sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- art Avenue at right angus the number i
ted within 1% miles of our passenger hall run from One towards. the West; New York Syndicate will Finance ;
depot on and in close to ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,, on Street which Intersect Central Ave Railroad.. Water k .
proximity nue at right angles the numbers tec trio. Mlnln*. Timb" ;,
the best hard road in Osceola county.We run from One toward the West shall and Jrrif.tln Bond. Stocks. A e. $IOC,. I
are offering the tract in a bodyat from One towar 1. tho )4aat; and on 000.hXiand Bou. prw.ntatlv.up P. O. .THOMASON.KJMIUMSB. .
; Strceta which Intoned Yi.A

:_:t' 'Tf'i. ther a expense very attractive necessary place No it fur-01 Reduced Round Trip Rate between points east ', on numbers each of shall said run StreeH from In Broadway One each upward direction the- Jt. .

1( the market in small tracts. See us. of Mississippi and south of Ohio and Potomac any Street from Hroadway to which' the In provisions the case of of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

; i DIBBLE: &_ SON 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Riven.TICKETS ,, this Section do not apply the numbering ..

i. ., '' .... Commute shall I be ef as the directed I n'rl.the: Street LOUIS A.PUBLIC SEARSON ;
In all .1.t1
:t. ._ : : Farm for Sale oases the even numbers shall be on the
: : SOLD DEC 13-14-17-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-31 South and West aides and the odd num.
jt; Located on good road one-quarter her on..the North and East sides of the ACCOUNTANT 1

Get the;Habit mile from city limits good five-room and JAN. 1st. otrcots Sec. 2. All Ordinances, AUDITOR
or part of
: :.. f . OF SMOKING ailed house large new barn, thirty, FINAL LIMIT, JAN. 6th, 1913. Ordinances. In conflict herewith be 1
acres land twelve of which. i is cultivated and the same are hereby repealed. Commercial and
\REAL, CIGARtfl.s.cE.OL Read a fIrst and Mppiclpal Accoulting'IncorpOrated
second time and /
sixty young orange and .
... "an'mously' In ,
!.: e.: \ : :: : A grapefruit trees Seventy-five peach For information call A. C. Kf3 day of November, open A. D.session IDlt this :
any L.
: : trees,1 come plum and pear trees, one on Agent or H. M. BRKAKEK; Accountant of the !,

good family horse, one buggy one Y.: R. BEAZL Y. J. G. KIRKLAND. Attest: President of Council, Pro-tern.. International. Accountants '

it 1 stores wfc want wagon, ten; two head sets cattle harness and all, too fifty. necessary chickens - Traveling Passenger Agent. Div..Passenger Agent J. It. OILBRRT. Clerk of .City of XIsulenmee. Society Detroit.. \\l;JJ

i l $b dI.i best Ipr tbcir cutomere to cultivate place. A bargainat Tampa. Flain A.Approved D. 1511. thl* 27th day of November' P. 0. In 117IISSIMHEE MiIOft1c ',< .
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ofr..', fJnion LabeL 2500. Write n* for terms. M. C BRTAN. _,. . -II' 'X''
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t 36-tf IL- .M. Breaker &; Co. -' Mayor .f City of Kl.imme .
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.1. Classified Advertisements .1 CONCENTRATION.- Hasthe Past. Year I { .. J a fy? ,.t

dv.dl..ra are luvrte* user fhla bete at tie n V .( F'Ive [ .

Gate Per !
a . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . - . . . THIS COUNTRY BEING CONCENTRATED :- 3
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1 .'IN,. NEW YORKf

FOR SALE 43600 will buy a valuable WADE, the tuner,.Orlando.; The following.letter entitled! "Facts' YOU" HAVE. USED YOUR" 'YEAR'S. INCOME r" FOR. ,

property in the heart of Kissim. About Banking Concentration ''was HAVE. YOU A SURPLUS ON HAND?' NOt! THEN
about 14 cent. MEET at Kissimmee Drug Co. ) .
mee, now paying per me New York Evening ', -.
on the above amount. Enhanclnetin j. and "we.will get a drink-of the best-. publishedDecember "7th,from.the pen CHANGE YOUR SYSTEM I t.. 'REOLVENOW TO ., ., .; *
value every dsy. H. M. Breaker soda water-made. Sit of A. Platt'Andrew, formerly Assistant -. T '//0-/;

Co. 89tf Secretary of the Treasury of BEGIN THE NEW YEAR; WITH; A ;BANK ACCOUNT: -
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD for return the United States: <
SALE-ISO acres of splendid or Information of a pided pony, 'Sir: An impression seems to have AND START OUT BY KEEPING A, .'. \ '
within miles of the city I
land {
convenient railway glass eyes. Mrs. Nldhswongger. St. become current that the tendency of "
limits, to another
Cloud Fla. II
station and marl road. This banking in this country is con- II'
been .
It has
centration and monopoly.
property is exceedingly cheap,e RARE BARGAINS in homes, orange widely voiced in the press, on the "' 41
pine land and will be disposon colonization sites and ,>;?
groves, stump, and in the, halls of Congress.It ,
of = I.
terms payment. land. Bend for' booklet -- CHECKRecord

Nelson Realty Co., Kissimmee,.'Ia. Just trucking issued. Frank H. Davis, Apopka as has frequently been popularly happens accepted with popular, and, -'- _. .,......) ,:.'.. .

SALE-Good ten-room house; Fla._60-7tp bugbears, no one seems to have taken I ,y: ..
suitable for boarding' or rooming: the trouble to submit it to the sober
bath-and toilet, good barn; lot,, 66x50 ORDER YOUR trees at once from test of facts.A of what you spend. The most satisfactory &
Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, salesman way L.l.: . -
feet five minutes from depot. Concentration.An
; No.1 State Bank Build- Tendency r Against V \ . . '*?
Two new cottages, city water and ing. room 40tf examination of the reports of ,. to do business, pay accounts, and invariably save money d. - ; ,;'' ,, '
vacant lot paved the for i -A
sewerage; on the Controller of Currency ">? t
street, 60x150() feet. Four acre FAWN INDIAN RUNNER DUCKSand the cur rnt .yaarxin connection with r : for the year is to keep an account with a good, reliable \ .
.- orange grove, 200 large, bearing drakes for sale. White variety those of earlier years suggests some ', J'c
miles from Also 500 egg widelyat J bank. Start now and keep trace of a ;
trees, 4 town. $1.00 each. C. H. Funk, Kis- conclusions, however, that are .. : .
acres of fruit and truck land one to simmee Fla. Sltf variance with the prevailing views. \ .. ...' '
three miles from town. Call on or The Controller's figures, in fact, show ,
address. H. N. Bratton, Owner.41tf. LOOK I LOOK!!-Old mirrors re-sil that, contrary to the popular belief, ----r' THE NEW YEAR'S \ I r ,
the actual tendency during recent _
vered and made as good as new; ,. r
FOR SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine our banks has been to- .
ones made to order; all work years among '
$75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at F. new guaranteed; write or call, J. R. ward the rapid multiplication of their : ."
$60.00.; Bosh\ in good sharJe. diffus- EARNINGS S
49-tf Powell, Box 46, Kissimmee, Fla. number and an ever-widening .
Vans Agnew. 51-4t. ion of their capital and resources. -H I '. I. .

FOR SALE-Seventy-five acres high Number of Banks More than DoubledIn i / ,.,

class pine land. Ten dollars per MOTORCYCLES-Sacrifice prices to Ten Years. : No matter how small your account may be it will beappreciated ,. *
acre. Adjoining land, inferior, now clean out select quantity of Motor The Controller reports for 1912 <;
selling at twenty per acre. 1V4 cycles. Every one in fine shape for with no less than 25,176 separate and you will receive the most courteous at .'. :'fyrW. ,I" !I". .

miles from railroad. No agents.Box service. Dandy opportunity forgetting banks, a number nearly two and a tention. -"- "r&etr'-r-JT/ : .j 'ffi
431. Kissimmee, "Ia. 41-tf bargains before prices rise. half times the total of such institu-; ,
Send for December list. Hailstone tions in existence in 1900, only twelve .."W; -. fi fiii
FOR SALE-A splendid 2-story Motorcycle Mart. Northampton, years ago. This means rate of increase We extend every courtesy to our customers consistent , ::,
house with porches and 14 rooms. Mass. 1-lp I of almost double that of the I :
67V4 feet of ground by 147U. Excellent population during the same period.In i'' with prudent banking We are located: on the southeast I
place for a first class rooming FURNISHED ROOMS for rent cards other words, while there was in :
and boarding house. Come, let II for sale at the Gazette office. 1900 a bank for every 7,357 people, : Corner Broadway and Darlington Avenue 'i.rrJI- \ .

us show you this property; we I _' these institutions have so multipliedin
will introduce you to the owner the interim that now there is a < ? i ir

with whom you can deal direct.r WANTED. bank for every 3,788, of the popula- ., -.

Nelson Realty Co., Kirsunmce, Fla. A,.t'. ".
404400440040404000 tion.Such a situation and such a ten- -, _
FOR SALE 1R RENT-Eight room --- "
house on. .....North. Main trs>:S..moih- **--' "" ** doncy!--are- witfiontmmterpar t-airy-- -' 'J1ijf''1\1'\''., ,).
f Vvanied To correspond wt-'til order to ;'
board- where else, but, in really Citizens-------Bank .
rooming or .
for .
ern, splendid in Florida Hr .
Favorable < parties appreciate this fact, and in order to *
ing house; price $2,000.) Nel- .!> Iqnds. Improved or unimproved. thorougly grasp the significance of
terma, rents Co.$20 per 49-tf < Oranges growing on improved these American figures, one I should \f;
son Realty --- and all other suited to citrus v place beside them the record of of Kissimmee .
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FOR SALE-17 acres of land ad- I <- fruit and vegetables. Pine land other countries. 1 In 1908 the Mone- .;4
joining the city limits, splendid 6- < or hammock, prairie or ,muck, in tary Commission collected banking
acre bearing orange wove, all good large or small tracts. Prices <- statistics for Great Britain, France
orange land J but about 5-acrea, <: and terms right. Near new railroad *' and Germanyupon the most thorough : MV l
rich -:fr and in new country. Write been attempted. r
: which is lower ground, very scale that had ever
r and productive, fine for trucking Jas. A. J'Bcrry, Whittier, Fla.' ltf < Situation in Great Britain Compared.The .. .
and farming. This property can 4t
for Great Britain, secured
t figures =
and 444444444444040x004IIOMESEEKERS: : :
be had at n bargain price
I favorable terms if: payment. We for the Commission by Eng-I. Arthur E Donegan ARTllun E. DONEGAN, President W A Sm"llh '
land's leading authority-Sir "':
have many other desirable propositions ATTENTION London 1 11. 1\1. "FANN, It Vice-.esident 1 1 .
that we would like to show Send for neat illustrated booklet Palgrave, the editor of the c. w. DAMN, 2nd Vlee..e"ldent IF
to parties, who are looking for on just issued, descriptive of Apopkaand Bankers' Magazine-and the editors President A. w. WINK L u. COIIOON Ac'
excellent location where they can adjacent country. Apopka and staff of the London Economist, F. W. IIILL c. D. CARROLL Cashier '. ...:
grow fine citrus fruits, vegetablesand Hoard of Trade, Apopka, Orange show that in the entire United King- Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorne1S.
dom in 1908 there were 116 separate
have advantages of high school I County, Florida. 52-4tpd
banking institutions, or only one to
churches. Nelson Realty
and good I 388,003 of the population. H:...
Co., Over Citizen.*' Slate Bank, Kis- every as.r f; '
These 116 banks had 6,935 ,
simmee, Fla. ._
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and the number of distinct banks was -- -- "- - --- ---- --
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t FOR SALE-21-foot Truscott launch, EVERYDAY less than in 1900, when 147 were reported the growth and consolidation which ..
. 8 h. p. motor, canopy top, well FRESH with 5,608 branches. have been taking place in manufacture ..; *-','
equipped; cost $1,000; good as new; Show. and transportation. As the bus I' ''''
will.sell for $375. E. C. Young, Or- What France and Germany iness of the country has come to be -NOTARY-.--_PUBLIC.INSURANCE
lando Fla. 60-4t The British figures are of partic conducted upon a larger and larger
Mar interest, because British con- scale, it has required credit facilitiesin 'I" -'"
F. A. :
FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- New Tomatoes ditions and practices are in generalnot larger and larger units. But it is STROUP < ;
forced cement fence posts and 250 dissimilar from our own. The unquestionable that.the ..Ize'of the with I '1
;cypress fence posts A. -B. Jarrell, New Lettuce. figures for Germany and France, how.* banking units in' this country has in ,' '.r'<.'\ .' ;iV DOWNING-RBAYTY COMPANY ':t *,.<$;W, ,

At; Kissimmee Drug Co. ever, are also worthy' of attention.The -. creased less rapidly than the size,of Rooms 7 and 8 Over Mate Batik of.klBslramee'. -,'':: I:, r'
for Germany were collected
j FOR SALE-Three good work horses New CabbageNew figures by equally competent author- the concerns engaged. in industry'andtransportation. HIMSIMMEE, FLA."a...
condition. Apply '
in good healthy the most painstaking investigation -
t to Dann & Dann, Grocers. Kis- Radishes ities, yet revealed for 1907 only 490 Business Grows Faster than Banking.Our MARRIAGES PERFORMED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH

t simmee, Fla. 51tf banks, with 1,730 branches (not including financial institutions seem not Special Holiday Itates of f 1.98

h. International New Potatoes of course, the municipal and to have kept pace with the growth of y'l l
t FOR SALE-2 p. institutions and the cooperative business organization. The notes We prepare all kinds of Legal Papers, Deeds Mortgages, Contracts, 't
. in good state savings '
Harvester gasoline engine, ___ __ ____ *
, running order. Will sell at a sac- -n- -- -- - credit societies, which per- and commercial paper issued by many Wills, Etc. Nothing more Important .in one's business affairs than to. 4 -

rifice if taken at once. Apply at NICE LOT FRESH form some of the functions of banks) industrial concerns today reach sums have your papers properly drawn. _
37tf In France the most complete com- much larger in proportion to the
office. cap-
1 Gazette We also examine Abstracts. Let us pass upon the title of'your ,
SALT MACKEREL pilation which the Commission could ital of our banks than the usual pro-
proposed purchase ; it may save you a great deal of trouble later.
FOR SALE-Seasoned grapefruittrees obtain included only 27 banks with portion between industrial borrowings

t two years old, good condition, -.------- ------ 1,552 branches not comprising, how- and banking resource of a decade or
, 25 cents.- Henry W. Smith, Wau- ever, the government savings bureaus more ago. Under our Federal Banking "
chula, Fla., nurseries on Kissimmee SHAKER and the offices for agricultural credit. law, a national bank can lend ,
River, Bassenger. 52-8t pd I Not only are the banks of the Unit- only 10 per cent of its capital and .

Pressed I BANANASHome ed States more numerous today, both I. surplus to any one firm, and a sim- t.
I FOR SALE-New Mullins absolutely and relatively, than they ilar or more rigid restriction existsin >*'
""'-'steel launch, cheap; also second- have ever been before (and than they the banking'laws of many states.In f' ''
hand Cadillac automobile. C.52-tf W. Grown fruits are in any other country), but their ( New York State a bank or trust DO YOUR HOLIDAY

Ward. capital and resources are more widely company can lend up to twentyfiveper .,
FOR ALE-Big bargains. Auto- distributed. One very often hears cent of its Capital Surplus and .
mobile perfect order, just been the belief expressed that the capital Undivided Profits.)X Yet the annual SHOPPING BY MAIL '
thoroughly overhauled and will and resources of the banks of New borrowings of certain industrial and '

give as good satisfaction as when Dann & DannGROCERS York City are growing more .rapidly railroad corporations today amount to .
new; must sell quickly, $350.00; than those of the rest of the country, considerable more than the total cap- I '
trial free, might arrange terms. and the conclusion is drawn that bank- ital, and surplus of our largest banks. A Responsible House which has the best merchandise in the world ca* '. J

Also 23-foot motor-boat 3V4 IL P. ing power is becoming "centralized"or New York Far Behind. t
just completed 300 mile run, new "concentrated" there. I serve you as well by mail a* in person. Such a house is
The recently published reports of One has only to compare the num-
$125.00, cheap. Also machinery -
canopy, Darlington and Broadway the Controller do not substantiatethis ber and size of the banking units in
almost new, drill-press, '
J squaring shears, etc., will sell about belief. If we compare the percentage New York with those of the financial
i of the country's banking cap centers of other and much smaller ,
50 per cent below cost. All must - E W'SStationery
f i be sold quickly. All are bargains. ital and resources, including all reporting countries to realize how laggard has DR
been the movement towards c
a Would take good horse- as part ex- banks and trust companies' concen- I .
change. Apply W. G. Durant, Box now located in the Borough of Man- tration and consolidation in the United .,..... I It"
I I that States. In New York there are only .
573, Kissimmee, Fla. hattan, with the percentage was
-y* r : I located in 1900 in the same district, three banks or trust companies with Book and Art Store :;
-H namely, the city of! New York, we resources in excessof $200,000,000. ,
FOR RENT. I | find that the percentage, both of cap- In London there are ten such Institu-
tions. In Berlin there five in 45-49 West Bay Street Jacksonville Florida. *
\ ital and resources in New York is less are M
DWELLINGS for Tent, opply to M.\I STEPBY today than it was then. In 1900 the Paris four, in Rome two. In Eng-
\ land in 1908 ten London banks held
Tiller. .., of New the York country's Banks banking owned 11 capital.per cent To- 63 per cent of the total commercial' We Gllu..lIteeMaiI Orders to Give Satisfaction. "

FOR RENT-Two modern fiats, with I Ii day they own only 9Vi per cent. It is deposits of the entire country; in I I
all city conveniences. Apply at I Step more significant, however, that NewYork's France, four Paris banks held 85 percent Novelties in Leather, Silver, Brass and Parisian rrory, Picture,. Toys,
the Gazette office 20-tf .. percentage of the country'sbanking of the total deposits, as reported; I
I resources also shows a ten- but the ten largest financial institu- Dolls, Gift Book, Cat Glaze, Fine Stationery, Engraving, Kda1ca. ,I n

I FOR RENT OR SALE dency to decline. In 1900 the resources tions in New York today hbld only Send for Catalog Today. ,,'' I
Brack St. North New York banks amounted 7.6 per cent of the deposits of the .
store building on I of the . .
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Stanford Unjted.States.The .. ..
Klssimmee. II. C. to 23.2 per cent of the country's ------------ - x

.. 3-roorn fiat banking resources. Today they Clearing House Question.It 50-5t !
modern ,
rFOR RENT-A I We have gained the confidence of our amount to only 18.9 per cent. F
with all city conveniences. Apply of is interesting In passing to ob-
patrons until we have a very fine collection A comparison of the growth
to W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf I of choice farms, select homes, banking capital and resources in the serve that the charge sometimes made ROYAL PALMS NURSERIES'ONECO
--- vacant lots, acreage and orange several states since the year 1900 that the clearing house in New York FLORIDAMost .-
e FOR RENT-About 8 acres of ground groves from which those of ample shows that The banking capital of City is excessively limited in mem- extensive collection of nursery stock in Florida' lh.:Golf re-i: .
and a 5-room house, convenient means, moderate means and very thirty-nine other etates has increased bership and is tending to concentratethe glen now ready for distribution. Ask.for copy of our splendid new catalog
for trucking, raising chickens and limited means may purchase very more rapidly thinthat of New banking power of this'loeality in which is replete with planting information and descriptions, etc. : -,"
handy to school and church. W. satisfactorily. Call at the Elite Real- York, and that the'banking resourcesof a few hands, is scarcely confirmed bya Fruit trees, decorative plants, ornamental shrub, eta from all OYQ"' t. i
also have some splendid tracking ty Parlor, Lakeview Cottage, No. 608 forty-one other states have increased comparison of its membership with world result of our extensive importations and experiments for the.-past '" '
land for rent that have no house that of the houses of other ". .. -' "
.. Penfleld ave., S. Kissimmee and be more rapidly than those of NeW 29 years. ? -
:, with them. Nelson Realty Co., Kislimmae convinced of the truth of our state York. There exists: therefore, no financial centers. The fact is that See special cash discounts under business rules in catalognev<* ,Write W
Fla. ments. statistical ground for the popular be- the number of banks belonging to the TODAY to F i ..
lief in a growing concentration of New York Clearing House exceeds by REASONER BROS. ON (: ',', :P.LA. '
,. ,5 FOR RENT-Several small tracts of banking assets in New York. .. 60 per cent the aggregate of all the t r v,
excellent tracking land, some with It is, of jw&rse: obvious that the banks belonging to the clearinghouses I f '
splendid. flowing wells, can,be had units of the banking business in New of London, Berlin and Paris while the Clearing House of New York coming 'dangerously concentrated hv
shares of or cash rent, as Mrs. Mary SummersLAKEVIEW of distinct New York should conalder, &amarieal.facts .
on crop York, as in all financial centers, have taken together. The Clearing Houseof ba. *' membership sixty-four I '
desired: NELSON( REALTY CO. of late been growing larger. Growth London has eighteen members, that institutions. and take heart.' .. ?i ; -t y;

COTTAGE and; consolidation in banking have of Paris eleven, that of Berlin nine- Those who think that the banking. A. PIATT ANDREW,',

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( rw z ..P' 'Advertised Prices will go now for 35 CENTS LESS ON THE DOLLAR '. .

!1 i t; '25 per cent Discount on all Shoes 100 Trunks of all Kinds and Descriptions Given Away for 40c on the Dollar! '

','r. J i.".,; GARMENT---WE CUT THEM DEEP.' '! 'j,
T i : We must.reduce our enormous stock one-half during the next days. A'
.. ,f ten v PRICES WljLL$ BE MADE TO DO SO.! Head your
r:, t) . :''' .. ?''''''v list,.with, the Greater .New York Store at Kissimmee, EJ#' "., and you will.saye! 60 per cent' pij,' every dollar. Take advantage" of our .t :''

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