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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 9, 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: VID00528
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'*ity QoimcilBuys An '- ',. ,..A..>>"KAr-...,.. .es.4.It. . TO. THE, fAST COAST

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Auto' Fire' Equipment: 1 Mr. I Hopkins ,Proposes 1m( ab'aa

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Road'from }
tt" c Melbourne.Mr. ;

IIts'.Action of Thursday Night '.. (" ', k

4 I lice Kinimmae in' Van of A.; t.visiisQRJNDO: T-:1 -' ."'Geo.:W.'Hopkins*'on>M? of Deer

Park Stock Farm. presents' now Kb-
'ties of IU OaM in Florida. I -:-- -_ etmm.-to-Eut-Coastpmposition<< In tie

'Sees a' Beautiful City and Comes o letter presented herewith. The r. City Council: on Thunda"nlghtan Uon with the East Coast must inevitably -

to,buy automobile fir equip- Back Better Pleased With be mad sometime* and while the,,

}I nt for Kissimmee, This action isUy Kissimmee. route proposed by Mr' Hopkins ia not
|In line with the progressive . the moat direct, it enters a splendid

it of the'city, and place. Kissimmee country, and ,might, prove' the. meet, "

I In advance of any place of like' The Associate Editor "snuk" away II __ _ __ Catholic Church netvinfer Confirmation II III economical and''' useful especially In,

i In the state.evident the other day. and made his first trip ,to view o the fact that the,.bridge',over
e determination of the. .Orlando our charming sister{ city to country will want to buy and Kist, Mr. Fairbanks explained that the,organization the SJcllns: river would be-on of the

r Council to plan and brliig to pass the north. The city wAs gay with slmmee must manufacture. Heavy GOOD ROADS {TRAIN he proposed was merely temporary most 'expensive" detail" ?of,the 'direct,* '

anent betterments such as usually bunting but,our extreme (modesty prevented laden ..el. will ply the lake burdened I and intended to give'a basis for route, We present the letter of Mr.,

i I found in much larger places. Is to"be I us from jumping at the conclusion with' the commerce-of'fertile acres,' a permanent organization and the election Hopkins with h., suggestion ,that.tee,' 'it t

1 S ended. It shows the right sort that Orlando had- heard we Kissimmee will come, nay is already fnthusiastic Company of Osceola was .proceeded with as'already plan he
faith m the future of Kissimmee were coming. It was fair timehencethe coming into masculine strength,-a big t.ItizenSVlslts Exhibit and Hears noted. and discussion. I\'v I j

1 we have no hesitancy ,In' saying decorations. brother, if you please to our dainty The purpose; of the national association We want Ute .East Coast co.nectlon, "j ;.
St this far-sighted action on t e The A. E.- carefully avoided the sister city. And we're right proud of Lectures on Improved Roads.The with which the local organization and we want it as soon as'possible, The, ..

: of the Council will materially (help newspaper offices. .He .knew from her, too. I would be afJUiaied. Mr.-Fairbanks said plan proposed by Mr. Hopkins would ." ,I' ; I Iae.m

aktng,the city the leading Inlandn I reception accorded tbe Good was to aid in bringing about helpful to be one calculated' to bring .thla., J,.}

of Florida. ., Road.train in, this city on Monday was co-operation among all organizations I important matter to pass.The ,- 1
he engine purchased by the Council j ;:, most encouraging, a large attendance working for better roads, to the end I letter follow.;. t"

ads by the La France Company of I 1 being present at the lectures, and the that we may have better road laws; Eau Gallic Fla... Feb. 6. 912.Editor N,

Ira, N. Y., and )Js of the same type proposition to organize a local good skilled supervision 'of road work cash I Kissimmee Valley Gazette:. .:-. -, ; t 4\:

hat'successfully.used in ,jSanford. j roads club beingaccepted with enthu- road revenues, strict accounting of road Dear SIr-Re Oplzlniiour'cf . '.f

fact, before the purchase was made siasm. A tem>orajy organization; was funds, state aid In the building of main and ability to foster any enterprise that "

cilman C. W. Dann went to San- I effected with the following officers: H. roads continuous practical maintenanceof will benefit Osceoia county, I call your ,4 t

and saw the machine there in Clay Stanford Kissimmee president; all roads, and the elimination of'pol attention to an opening for your talent

ration. H. saw it develop a speed C. S. Acree, Campbell, vice-president; itics from road man 'gement. in urging a connection with .the East ;!j ,

I miles an hour over worse streets J. M. Willson Jr., Kissimmee, secre- Probably 150 leading citizens.of the Coast from KUsimmee by rail. 1 '
and heard the lectures and The Union' of Mel.. e
I any in Kissimmee.fhe tary; F. W. Hill Narcooasee, treasurer. city county Cypress Company. t
auto is of 76 horsepower, can be On motion1' the editors of the county visited{ .the exhibit during the morning bourne., now- building>> a' standard .. ,
Uy started has in addition to the papers were elected assistant secre and there was the greatest enthusiasmover gauge railway from Melbourne through a :I

ular lights, a search-light! all of taries. the necessity and the probabilityof Ocean prairie that will cross the St a
icJro are instantly lighted. It Is The .Good Roads train is sent out good roads for Osceoia county. It John's rival just north of forth Indian '

IPped With a double cylinder chemi- under the joint auspices of the Atlan- was the unanimous opinion that this Is field and extend tboough Deer Park:

I engine, carries all the chemical; foil I I tic Coast Line railroad and the office of one of the vital questions now beforeour Stock Farm six mile In, Oseeota coun

arging, carries a thousand feet of public Roads of the U. S. Departmentof people. ty to which connection should be made X'

e. helmets buckets,, ladders, and RESIDENCE OF COL. W. A. Me COOL Agriculture. It consists of threei with the Narcoosse. proposed extension. '

i men. In fact, it is a complete fire ... _. i cars a private car for the lecturers, a WILLCALL 'EM'BLfSSfP .' MThere ,
THtm AamfewM "--m r m>f >W. mmj .ee -' mil hi* tMrty Jmyt mftfrXr I ,
ring equipment The people at < ,!is actually six miles of rail now ,
... kmwm. .t i,. [lecture car fitted up for giving stere- )
ford state that not once have they and laid and nine miles of grade'and rails, r
optican lectures an exhibit car.
1 to use the water the chemical preVious experience 'what awful liars The exhibit car contains actual work- Kansan Says County CommissionersAre .. ,, will reach the SC Johns river by April .

fines having been gotten to all fire newspaper men are when they get to CROOM DIES I ing models of a stone crushing plant Doing Great Work. L There. will 'be an ,embankment I
Jme to save the buildings. In conon thrown up across $t. Johns marsh and "* + '
and of
steam roller. It had
bragging to out-of-town newspapermen a also extensive The from .
following extract a letter
with the fire alarm system to about their own town., and he Second Death of State Official exhibits showing the various the river bridged. \:
sent to Mr. Isaac Hall of this city .is.of
will be ,
stalled Kissimmee aplendld- Should the. proposed branch of
wanted his first of the cityto material. used in road making, and the ,
impression interest to the of testimony
Within the Week. as adding mass
sort of firesI :
prepared to fight any I I road from Narcoosiee, desire, to KO:4,
be unbiased. And "so the A. E. various processes, including macaaam.I that the
already produced County
I will undoubtedly reap the benefit Comptroller straight east from Narcoo8s instead
rambled around looked everything, State A. C. Croom, of bituminous macadam sand-clay brick '
Commissioners made mistake subscribing
no in '
the very lowest insurance rate. asked questions of everybody and"cussed" Tallahassee 'died: suddenly at Ocala I and dirt. Models of road working machinery for "number of of leaning southward, our railroad can, v '+
be machine will cost 16800, a subscriptionsto be ,turned ,northward line to
along a
Wednesday morning at the ot ,
the sun that shone so hot it ; home including, a split-log drag, reproductions the Valley Gazette to be sent to peapie
npletely equipped. The: present made hiking uncomfortable. Finally County Judge Joseph Bell. Acute Indigestion of culverts, bridges and in the North and West reach the northwest comer pf vur.tim *
d I chemical engine will be taken by I : ber the Narcooesee branch f
to reach
the his demise.
he went to the fair gazed rather was cause of various road f foundations and an arrayof "Now we have had six weeks of
i :company at practically its cost, Mr. Creom arrived in ,Ocala Mondayon "before and and a .satisfactory;arrangement can be .
enviously at the fine exhibits, ate some after"picture.ofroads/ era! winter here, from zero to 20 below "
d I terms that the city can handle have visit Bell and: made to run ,through passenger and, r
a exhibit of the
Sanford celery, rode in the Ferris I completed an very greatest and, 18 Inches "of snow. You can't
en granted on the machine. other friends lie seemed to be quite I interest 'The exhibit freight trains .from the East Coast to' '
wheel, and bought a hunk of candy was carefully
blame after In
fellow reading
We congratulate the Council on its well and in : Most of your Klsalmmee. ViJ I )t\\
made right on the ..potIt ws ll good spirits. explained by Mr. H. C. Wells and Mr. ,
of the sunshine and '
warm balmy
ction. We congratulate Kissimmee.fe : : I paper Bear in mind that the a.tu"raI'J.: ... :X-
the be guest of
day yesterday was a J. R. Sbidler of the office of
good reads .
be' concluded from air and flowers to '
are rapidly getting into the big will perhaps Sheriff J.P, Galloway at whose home:I'] Mr. Wells afterward delivered a most magnificent to try of travel will be from south of Melbourne -',' ..
this account that the A. E. did not get Information regarding coun- ..
Ity class, and w.p'redlct-a most unprecedented : he took dinner. In the evening he returned entertaining lecture, illustrated with to .reach "Interior and. West
qualify .. an expert: on Orlando but try. Your County Commissioner '
in development I Coast Titusville and New SmJ'ma.
growth 4
to Judge Bell's home, and aftera views
; stereopticon on the subject of
the months and whether this be taken as expert testimony hearts ace in the right place and the road and
{dbrlnl' coming each have leaning
years across
and time in ,
light supper some spent road building. He emphasized the fact,
or not he did some thinking, and editor of.the Kissimmee Gazette is doing
conversation with the he retired. south to make connection with our road
judge first of all, that the first essential of
did get some impressions, and was gladhe a work for your county and state I' '
Bell in with several will be no detriment to securing a full t
FEVER Judge roads is Much
FLORIDA company good good drainage.
went, because the little jaunt made that future generations rise up and '
other young men, make their home in money in wasted, he .said by unskilled volume of travel.
Kissimmee. blessed.
him so much better satisfied with call Line .
house to the Again the Atlantic Coast I. along
Which foregoing statement an apartment belonging road supervisors who neglect some of "Well. I will close I will be calling
or ,
io folKS! Acquired It from Reading judge; on Fort King avenue; near the the first essentials road construction.. railroad reaching well the Northern j
might be taken as a reflection on myself a legally qualified citizen bf : '
Valley Gazette.Mr. : : center of the city. About 4 o'clock Proceeding, Mr. Wells said markets and a chance for a long
Orlando. It is not so intended. Every Florida. Allow nib to thank you in advance from +
fine have heard about Wednesday morning the judge was other things: Do not forget that you for the information asked for. haul on products of lumber our'
| William Riddle, wife and daughir I thing we ever I '
mill will be sought by them and amsure
awakened call from Mr. Croom.who' ,
by a always for roads. If do not
and Mr. J. E. Dawson and the capital of Orange County was more pay you "Yours respectfully such '
of Chicago Junction, Ohio, Wife'j' than confirmed by a view of the city. slept in.the next room. Going to pay for good roads you pay a heavy tax "C. E. ROUCHTON, hey will be glad to give make adivision \' ;
his bedside he found Mr. Croom in : of rates on lumber as to ,
con- for bad ones, in broken injured
rigs, '
is It
e city to spend some months. Mellan.icJdl. Orlando beautiful. "puts up asplendid Jetmore, Kans.
.i and Dawson dropped in at the front." Its streets are attrac siderable rain. He immediately) summoned i i live stock, extra expense for hauling.Poor it profitable for the new line to carry I'
Dr. A. L. Izfar who came in a toads make the 600,000,000 feet W? can offer tbOm., -
alley Gazette office Thursday to tell tive. Its palatial houses are worthy a I nearly always poor
few and at I fOR A CITY PARK This tonnage will make the} new tail:
i that they had acquired the "Florida much more populous place. Its lakes minutes once recognized I schools. and poor homes.. A blacksmith i,
that Mr., Croom was in a serious condi- shop is at the terminus of every bad road profitable alone at the outset, until 6
ever" through reading the Valley Gaf.Vte. are gems "of purest ray serene". Its -
<< They told .us further that they great oaks stand like majestic monuments. tion. He called to his assistance an- r road. The blacksmiths do not want Council Is Investigating Improve- new developments augment traffic.
other Dr. H. but I Again this is of the
Its Imposing physician Dozier good roads. Next to good road buikNing territory oue
'Ii1"are delighted with Kissimmee, cllmatL'jj public building.are ,
I ment of Lake Front. richest in soil in the state. When the. "
ically and every way. and that so far and adequate. Its stores are modernin their combined efforts were unavailing.Mr. i -the most,important thing keeping -
., Croom soon became unconsciousand the roads good. For ton that can canal to Eau Gallie, draining Lake"Washington
i they have seen it measures up to alls stock and arrangement. It atmosphere i every The street committee; In connection
paper has said about it. They will is palpitant with the throb of died about 6:30: o'clock. I be hauled over a muddy road, with deep with Messrs. Ludlam &: Macdonough ,Is complete, this valley,.
The death of Mr. Croom closely fol- ruts five to ten tons can be hauled overa will become the richest garden grounds
main here long enough to thoroughly scores of automobiles. It.has the I have been authorized to lake up the
sound the smell of real lows that of i on. B. E. McLin, state hard smooth road. matter of the in the .state and support a railroad
nvestigate conditions and if they con- sight, the a improving portion of the :
nut to be as well pleased as they are city. There' the bustle of bllaine.sIon commissioner of agriculture, who died Mr. Wells showed a picture! of a 900 lake front belonging to the city build- alone. e

ow will become permanent residents all sides. The clerks in the stores at Orlando a week ago Wednesday I pound mule struggling: to pull a. 400 ing a seawall and dock and providing a There. another feature that should
1 night while addressing the Orlando pound bale of cotton over a' miry road not be overlooked. There is a crying ,
this section, and will probably bring I are busy.' People on tne streets lack place for a city park and city hall. '
veral of their neighbors here. They 'the laggard movements of the dweller lodge of Elks. The two men were very I and in contrast with this a team of The matter was brought up througha need for an auto and wagon "road to

Acked their firstoranges on Wednesday in the village. Orlando gives a splendid close friends. I mules hauling twelve bales with ease, letter presented to the Council by connect the East Coast with Kissim ft., C

m i the tree and now find they have first Impression. which is frequently I: over a good road. He also showed pictures -: Capt. H. M. Breakers who urged ac mee. You have one built practically, ; ,

i further use for a half bushel of apes half the battle with the homesseker. IS OFFICIAL I I ORGAN I illustrating the superiority of I tion. The Valley Gazette In previous to St. Cloud. If Osceoia county can
be Induced to extend this highwayv
which Mr. Riddle brought with him. ,And yet,' in spite of the beauty and concrete culverts and bridges over I issues has treated this matter at some :
I. the line at Crabgrass Browned
weather which the Kissimmee folks wooden. He explained in detail the length. It is of the greatest Importance county 'jj' ,
e i the attractiveness of it all. there re- :
School Board Again Adopts The will build her e
construction of the and-clay road, part
to the and in order to bringit
_ave been finding disagreeable is remarkably mained the impression that Orlando city ;
which is both wet and If this.latter scheme. (Li encouraged.. ,
fine to M s./.. Riddle and will always be a small beautiful, city Valley GazetteAt wea- bet re- our people a full description
", ther and which be in condition we can put up a thirty-foot embankment .
can kept be
Dawson. Zero weather was prevailing of of the jjlan will given next week.
the winter home of people I
the meeting of the school board tale St. Johns river to
I in Chicago.Junction when!' .they left. and always dependent upon its Wealtb'l on with split-logdrags at an annual expense This is one of the public improvementswhich i ,
the Gazette make roadbed for '
Monday Valley was again a railroad and
.. '- of $10 a mile or less. He laid a great promises to pay for itself In a wagon r. !
tourists for its prosperity a
adopted as the official organ. This deal of emphasis the value of thedrel' road alongside, thus giving a perma-
upon financial and would
certainly as
and inclination '
RESTAURANT TO REOPEN charm to those whose affluence action by the board Is greatly apprec- and said that farmer should nant road with minimum bridge 'across. '
from every Capt. Breaker in his letter says, "dis{
permit them to retire ; '
iated by the Gazette. as it is a the stream on, ,
activities neJer city recognition have one and should us* it on the roads. pense with an unsightly portion of the ) {
the of but
life a
of the'work which this not realize at first
paper Mr. Wells commended the of Yqu may glance
people of our which is visited by
part city every -
oL. F. A. Lincoln Buys the Old of great commercial enterprises.As ) has been striving to do in- support of Kissimmes for their evident, progresslveness stranger in Kissimmee, converting what this means toward development. --" '
the returning rolled into the all the beat interest of Osceoia Just let active mind work it
'Niuoq' & Wiley Stand train\ county. in undertaking the work of this tract "of land into a beauty spot your out
depot at Kisaimmee there cam.another We recognize the schools as the one paving the streets and urged tbe'peo.- covered with and flowers." andyou will see that an effort Is worth.
,CoLF. A* Lincoln has purchased the vision of the future of this city. The institution which comes closest to the pl. of Osceoia county, to co-operate grass while. ;

Wiley restaurant from H, Stanfordj men who planned Kissimmee 1 laid it lives of all the-people of the country with the building of good I City Council.T6siClty"Cdaneli There is no question about, our part "
trustee 'In and wOl'OpeD :I out magnificently for beauty and assistance that the oj the rallmad --- ,
.bankruptcy,' : I and every Valley roads'through'the county. __i I ? I the place, up again.In a few days i utility. Stretching around the crescent q.tRca.uend, In. adding.;to. the, Ml1. .Hi S; Fairbanks J representing.a-- - : it Its meeting on not depending "on floating bonds; we 'i..#'' j

:Col., Lincoln.Is. "experienced reslaurant i border of Tobo'paka1i :. affords efficiency' of the schools Is gladly given. the.American. Association for+Highway I.Thursday: night,.accepted .the_resignation have'tbe money In hand. 'W* also have* :t'", "r. i.

and hotel>! .man, ,and_,wHl" have I opportunity unrivalled :for 'houses of At ,the same Urn-It .U pleasant-to feel! improvement, explained the P'IrpoH'I of R. Snyder as marshal, and ap- dJ1d+ t4 rldld ihismbankmeptacras ----;"' ; '-'" ':, +

;place'i; [ thoroughly t overhauled and unusual beauty.for schools {or clubs, that that our/motives// and .efforts are. -thatjorganUation >and-rasked-tiomma: ,;:-POinted.Lw..t'11tmaft.----'l'b.cityprinting the St.' John's river: This dredge wm. p

nt.t...l' He
..t . also". experienced In this advancement. of the life of a-iIt,4ui:. Board'of course .recognized the \factaw Kribbs suggested that as many of. the the''two.'newspapers In the dty:, The and, then developments. will. ..jeome'to" ; . ""tOee ' ",.

of business.' v \ there 'la more than that, fort ,. gnat that the Valley Gazette will give. good 'roads enthusiasts) were absent od 1 city attorney, war" instructed to order n-'pralri.rapldlt: t, _'-.i" ."".

r} E. A.NI8IIIeyv'b'uttanPct: toe ,'Tbere tbV legal notices of the Board ,a much I business .before: the: County;Comm the A. C..:I*, to open, up Beaumont' av** --..,:Work 'up>. this development..: It .U a ... + ;
t '- ...r.f.berocerr: : :and'confectlon- rich country converge' _hereV< ,wider and,', IOn' general .circulation abnensn4.laswheret might be well nu*. Several requests for the Opening great field for your ability. ''" 3. .. D

business, and,la preparing. to reopen" are industries to:>s established:for the through ;tbecounty'/ than, ,would be I to, wait about forming the organization of street were' referred..*. to'the. proper ,, -" ''i:::. 'Your truly, 'r' ,I '\

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4 TIlE "KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE '' 'Y'ebraalry'9.791' :, 4
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85c' BAYS' DOLLAR'S WORTH President of Columbia College .'Suecufnbs -.I' Is :Sent Complimentary( ,

'!TBryan is dead I"! (metaphorically V to_ ;unes." '" an,I H eiisspBssiBiSHB
speaking:) 0 ye sl ,Nev.rlheleawhen,
'-AT THE; ', .. he makes a.visit to the Floilda'' Everglades Dr. Henry, W.. Tribble,
}itj'makes qult '.',furor, and a Columbia college, Lake' City, died at '. regular' subscribers must not 'thin that it is ';
number c/ Florida cities are;glad la Rodman a small town near Palatka, at ,

: Kissjmmee Furniture CompanyWishing have the privilege_of entertaining. him, 6 o'clock Tuesday morning. Ills death' the intention the :publishers to later demand ' ,'t
_ ( and 4arge audiences listen willmgly to waa the result of injuries which he re: .of them the subscription: ) price;'as. it is ,111-.
stock of ceived Saturday when an automo '
to reduce our him on any subject he chooses to speak night I 'W
on. "Bryan dead?" Well, go to Baltimore bile in which he was making his.. way mailed to them complimentary by our Board ,, .

\ ,FURNITURE, HOUSEFURNISHINGS, STOVES AND'RANGES and see._Fort Meade Leader from Cummings f Rodman collided of County Commissioner. -,for' the ,purpoaeof ,.;:'
with a lagging train. "
we will ,sell at At last Florida's Junior senator has The accident\ which resulted fatallyto acquainting them with the many advantages : >.\?

.' 15 Per Gent Off tor r Eighteen Days Only, From broken him for the the silence past which year. has Those enshrouded Floridians - Dr. Tribble, occurred in the woods .and opportunities and county,offer as i t
about two miles from Cummings sta
who have been asking the the homesoeken The paper will be mailed a "
Inclusive question
Monday Feb. 12 to Saturday Mar. 2 tion. Dr. Tribble was on his way to
: "Has Bryan done anything. yet?",, fill his' regular semi-monthly appoint- few week to any person whose name is given

rp FOR CASH, anything In our store, consisting of Dressers, may cease to question. Bryan has ment at the little Baptist church at us, and if they should desire to receive it rag:;,
Cots. Children spoken and when he did speak he said
Stands Beds Msttresses.
i Wash Rodman, a country town several miles
Crib. Chairs Carriages"Chiffoniers, Hall Stands; Buffet something.' Gray-headed aenatun of ularly thereafter we would be glad to put
1 Parlor. from the railroad. lie had boarded a < "
wi 4 Suits Sideboards, Couchea, China, Sofas Closets,Tables Dining, and Office Kitchen Desks Tables., Chairs and long experience sat up and took note of public service auto at Cummings, with them on our subscription list at the regular ....
1. r Tables Tables Stoves-wood, ) the handsome young athlete from Flor-
3 l Tabl s. Stenographers' Library another passenger. The auto was be- ,
? oil and gasoline, also Ranges Cotton Blankets and Comforts, ida. Mr. Bryan's speech was in opposition ing rapidly driven through the woods, rates \ '
and many other things.ALL to the bill and I j I
Clocks, Guitars. Banjos Phonographs dollar-a-day pension (,
WOOL BLANKETS AT COST and the darkness waa so intense that .. '-
1 Now is the time to furnish your borne:I most,, comfortablyand was a masterly effort, and has shownto the driver did not see a logging train L I
/ the amiable: l lookIng
,I and dt a very low cost to you. ome In and see us. Do not country the that waa crossing the'roadway. The .- -- .- "
forget the date. Remember nothing will be charged at above modest appearing young statesman auto crashed into the train. Dr. Trib- 'f\" I.
lJ + discount. from Florida can and will talk to
ble was hurled out. His right leg was
OPERA HOUSE NEAR NEW DEPOT the point when the occasion demands
L 11 n .
broken just above the ankle, and he '
it" -Plant City Courier. also received internal injuries, which V

t KISSIMM FURNITURE: CO. Anyway we are told lhat they have resulted ,in his death. The other paa- : :

"nipping' breezes" as far down as Fort ganger sustained a fractured leg. 'The .

J. E. RUSH, Manager Myers. Speaking of Mr. Bryan's speech driver escaped unhurt. .

t to the people of that favored spot of Dr. Tribble was carried to RodmanIt .

i earth the Press says: "Mr. Bryan wore : was at first thought he would recover -
- - ;
hia fur-lined overcoat and his soft hat but the shock of the the broken J

t t rJ I was crowded: down to his ears in the limb and the internal injuries provedtoo

same old familiar style. When he arose severe NEW GOODS

to speak he removed his overcoat, jay- Dr. Tribble was a native of Virginia

ing as he that he noticed a photographer He had been president of Columbia college -

BARGAINS fOR had a camera trained upon about three years, and under his

J 1t i him. and he feared if he had his picture direction the college had greatly in- I ARRIVING I

taken:with his overcoat on it would reflect created its usefulness, the student body

against Fort Myers' 'balmy clim growing in numbers and the financial .

r BUYER ate.' Later in his address Mr. Bryan obligations: being met. Dr. Tnbble,

: THE asked permission to replace his hat on I who attended the recent state convention -

: i account of the nipping breeze which of Baptists held at Ocala, reportedthe And to Arrive Now Daily

wept across the courthouse yard, playIng college as being in splendid shape _

.. havoc with a bared head which is financially, with practically all indebtedness ,

none too well protected with a natural met. ATKATZ'S
WALLACE FARM : 87 acres of land, 67 acres of which is splendid
Banner. He didn'thave -
hammock land and about 20 acres of high pine land. The hammock covering.-Ocala
: to wear his hat in Ki simmee: APPROVE"STREET :
r' land is very rich and fertile. about 15 acres of it being cleared, 10 WORKGood
This is a great place for bald-headed
1 tI acres of which is planted to oranges grapefruit and_ tangerines; men.

about half of this grove isjfn nice large, thrifty bearing trees, the
v Senator N. P. ot this state Roads Lecturers Pleased With
i 4 balance younger trees just coming on, perhaps 3 acres of which have Bryan, ,

p ,f i been planted about one year. Flowing wells can be had anywhere has taken a correct position on the pension Kissimmee's Progressiveness

over this hammock land, there now being 3 flowing wells on the pro question. We are already givingthe

perty, one of which la 130 feet deep and flows about 100 gallons per enormous sum of over $160,000,000for The lecturers on the good roads train ,
p this We have already which visited this city Monday were
fine for trucking and farming. There purpose.
w ',f /" minute. This land is also very
"pension mad" on this subject, very greatly pleased to find the city
v j is a 6-room house, 2 large porches; have a beautiful view of the Lake gone
in the work of
engaged the
and add Is paving
now to $75,000,000 more putting -
the house surrounded by large, T-
J from the porch and also see town;
it on a little too thick. We are streets. They stated that brick paving
around also beautiful palms
t. ; spreading live oak trees, green the year ,
glad to see Florida's junior senator take had been proven to be a substantial,
chicken yards pictere-
with a banana grove on the west; splendid ;
;; such a correct stand so firmly on this: permanent, and entirely satisfactory'
stables, com cribs, hay .'
/ ague, nice nome and excellent property; good \
Arcadia Enterprise.Senator method of street improvement in al-
and tool shed. This property is owned by a nonresident subiect-
4 mow and wagon most
of the and
,. who desires to sell, and will give favorable terms of pay Bryan la receiving commend- doubtless every would part here. Asked country as to the Varclay Tailor-Made

ment. We want to correspond with you about this property or show ation for his anti-pension speech. Any
advisability of laying the brick
who .has the to
man nerve speak on a
it you. sand they stated that when the sand is
The same party owns 390 acres of landless, than one mile from the question that is certain to remain in Corsets
well tamped it is
a thoroughly good
i city limits of Kissimmee and the north part of it about half a mile favor with the Republican administration .
baae. A concrete formation, with a
r rr;, from a railway station. This land is good citrus fruit land, also good deserves commendation. 'Tis a layer of sand between the concrete
farming and trucking land. Will sell the two tracts together or hopeless but worthy cause.-Jackson.
and the bricks, they stated, is a some-
i' separate, as may be desired on favorable terms of payment. ville Metropolis.
r what more permanent foundation, and

i, :t'+ BROWN FARM: This farm contains 40 seres, located ) mile from Senator Nathan P. Bryan made the is absolutely essential where the Made to order, from your own measure, like a suit, insuring '

.,. from railway station, 4 miles! .from KisBimmee. 25 acres of good United States Senate sit'up and take I natural soil of the road bed Is of clay, a perfectfit'to even the most difficult figure( and -
when he delivered his able
orange. land, 15 acres of splendid! trucking land, 15 acres in cultivation ment notice In that body against the dollar argu-aday as the clay becomes soggy from rain, giving! the ease and comfort seldom found in the ready-made y
; about 1 dozen large bearing orange trees, 1 pear and a few settles unevenly and has a tendency to -
r pension At thQco cluaionof corset that is molded on one form and ,turned out by the"
., peach trees. ,4-rooro frame! house, 2 open fire .places, 2 porches,. 200 grab. work up between the brick, Sand \ 1
yards from school and church. Cheap at$1600, time on half if desired. the argument-Mr.Bryan was surrounded will not do this, and will stand for thousands.

limits fenced' by the ablest men on the Democraticside years, with practically no settling. The With each corset is !given the- manufacturer' guarantee -
of and inside the city ,
OLIVER PLACE: 40 acres of the Senate who warmly congratulated -
of 5roomhouse lecturers stated, however, that a little in which they offer a new corset free of charge
and cultivation; 20 acres bearing orange grove; him over his masterly presentation -

and stable; fine property. $9500, favorable terms if desired. of the case. Florida is proud of more road care bed should for the be taken reception in preparingthe of the case the tri-wirm boning should break or rust in actual

her senator, and well she wear within one year from date of purchase, providing! the
outside the city junior may
; HAMEL FARM: 23 acres of splendid land just brick. A templet, or gauge should be

; '4, ,h limits, fine marl road leading to the house; 6-room frajne house, Apalachicola Times. used to see that there are no depress cloth is not worn out.

porches on front and one side; 3 room servant house; horse barn; It is refreshing to read the news that ions and that the grade is perfectly Call and examine the sample corsets in the new shapesand

cow stable; chicken house; beautiful yard with ornamental shrubberyand come from Washington that Nathan even, otherwise the finished street will find out more about them even if you don't care to order.

fine shade. More than 2tO bearirg orange treel! Cheep at P. Bryan, Junior United States senator not be as even as it should. The local

} $(50(), terms if desired. from Florida, made a speech against street work, however, in the opinion
t e Sherwood perision bill which older of the visitors will rank well with any
GROVE Inside the city limits 3 acres of fine bearing
members .of the senate pronounced in the state. to
grove, capable 61 producing 1,000 boxes of oranges par annum. House magnificent and effective.
great Mrs. E. L Pearce
stable and 2
of the also large
the center grove
C of 7-rooms near Florida's Voice bas not been heard _
sites 100 feet ach. All for $3750 on favorable terms. REBUKE
building square
much in the councils of the nation when

v Owner is anonresidentOVERSTREET great questions were pending in con- Western Senator Who Made Many Enemies

: GROVE: 40 acres of good land about 4 miles from gress. Our representatives have seemed Was Given Good Advice bya

Kissimmee, 11 mile from railway station; I 5 Or 6 acres of grove; to be possessed of the idea that the I Friend.

jn good proposition on which to build a fine home. We want to introduce duties of a member of congress ended .' -

you to the owner of this property and you can buy a bargain. when he (got appropriations for public For many years there served In the Out-Romancing Romance.The Respect Due to Rank ,/ '*';" '
and improving rivers and harbors. United States senate, from the west, Alice Wenban la a cliff dweller sad
fine land in Pinedale about, Jtf buildings diver prowls over the ocean
r W1NSTANLEY LAND: 10 acres of recall that Florida. a man of brilliant mind and flue qualities aa such, accustomed to' the whereabouts \
do not
bed bearing a water-tight searchlight
mile from the new canning and evaporating fruit and vegetable but who was forever estranging of the lordly janitor by whose
through its representatives congress, and a water gun, one shot from which
'4f factory; splendid location: excellent land; fine place for raising many with whom be desired to be kind permission her people live and
been identified with of will blow the liver out of an octopus.
has ever any
rf '' chicken ranch or trucking. $75 per acre on favorable terms. friendly by reason of his Incurably sarcastic have their beng)
grove forward the of His helmet telephone (more con-
movements to cause
is outside the limits. the manner both of speech aod- action Right across the street they are
addition just
city venient and clear than yours) keeps
l the masses of the people, to advance building another apartment, an a'otlvlty >
v PINEPURST: A beautlfullocatiooverlooking; the city and lakes. the principles of human liberty and to Once an Intimate friend wrote the him In constant communication'boat, with. which greatly Interests the
the eurface.and hie
? House of 4 large rooms, porch in front and rear; beautiful pine trees further the enactment of laws to make senator urging the appointment of another Science has equipped'htm' with a young lady. She spends many hoursIn

coming up near the house; 294 feet frontage on Hudson St., in, men equal in opportunity, since the friend to a minor position In the kit of deep-sea tools, operated by the contemplation of the Job. The

Eureka Addition; fine healthful place to live with school and church) government. The senator returned pneumatic pressure, with which he excavation filled her with breathles .J''

; advantage in the suburbs of Kissimmee. Price $1350, terms if desired. war.Some of our representatives, who most sarcastic reply, declining to rec- can accomplish prodigious amounts of Interest. The foundation proved evfefmore
ommend the appointment. It Is said exciting. And now, that the
have done these things, have had work. Altogether, he baa a very com-
ROLFE FARM: About 60 acres of land lees thnn 1 mile from railway might I that he never forgot the merited rebuke building Is In a fair state of progress
; station, school and church, 4 miles from Kissimmee. Part of too brief a career in congress to have I he received from the friend who fortable and Interesting time of It she Is quite beside herself.
And to think that Jules Verne was
; this is superior citrus fruit land, the balance good farminn and.trucking learned enough about these movementsto 11 suggested the appointment."My considered hair-brained dreamer I And she wants to know you know

land. Several acres ready for planting to grove; about 20 young give them the opportunity to advance : Dear Senator: I think It wouldbe Unimaginative romance! How weak: "Mother," she asked when the

orange trees; one acre in sweet potatoes. Good 4-room house, newly them. Most o.f them have been well for you to reserve your sarcasm and short are thread of your rancy.Woman' .- brlcklayera began on the ground floor
appropriations to the exclusion: : for the rapidly Increasing num- work "they've built the janitor's
favorable of chasing '
painted, nice porch in front. Price $40 per acre, terms World.
I of everything.else. ber of your enemies Instead of offer house first. Isn't that funny. -Cleveland

_% ,; payment. This pension matter, on which the ing It to the decreasing number of Leader.

y PINEDALE: This splendid addition is the highest laud about Kissimmee junior senator from Florida so ably recorded your friends, of whom I am one." Ixaak Walton i iA

: 7 beautiful view of the town and lake, very fine for aurburban the voice of Florida, -is one of The customer had waited fifteen Mere Details. '

homes with school and church privileges; excellent land for trucking the great questions which concern all of I. minutes for the fish he had ordered.He writer was describing a forthcoming -

; and orange growing.Divided( off into 6 acre farms with prices the people and it is good to note that He always raised the voice of South was very quiet as he sat there, work of his. lie spoke most
from $250 to $375 farm. Half cash, balance on time when questions were be- but Internally there was a ....thing.At enthusiastically of the progress he
_ i ranging per Florida may now be put in line with the Carolina great the end of the sixteenth minute had made on It.
We also have some 2 acre farms in the same addition. considered and he got for South
other states fn handling great ing ,
n the waiter, who bad been In total The Idea, he said, was clear In his
f 5 MANY OTHER FARMS AND INVESTMENTS and would beglad public questions, and that at least one Carolina perhaps more than its share in eclipse for fifteen minutes and a half, mind-"lear aa crystal. All the situa

''I t to correspond with anybody who desires a more healthful, delightful of her representatives in congress will the pork barrel Florida's representatives bustled up. tions .were sketched out, everything ,

,raj the fruits and flowers. be lifted out of the class of those who ,can see to- It that Florida ge'tsits "That fish will be her, air, In five that was to happen: in each 1

.. __ _climate among _ __ .. __ eaH-for cash to-the excIOBioar-ot-.very.: share wben tbe--approprJation bill is minutes." decided vfoo. Why.', 'eves chapt.rr i

thing else. mada up and at the same time do .. Five minutes elapsed three times. of the. chapters were written I

<:t \ I have seen members of congressfromuther.tate.takrposition'on Nathan Bryan has"done; record' Flori Than the waiter bustled up again. Just *. he waa riding astride the'

.' the da's-protest-against-wrong-' mak.known "lips f1.II_ .will_._ _a. here' ,, air, IJI a. high-water mark of his rathuslaam on*
: minute? ot these: elammy: ;7n.rar "
COMPANYKISSIMMEE Florida's to advancethe friends that
NELSON REALTY great public questions affecting all the eagerness' The customer turned to him. all men have suddenly remarked: -

J people, and I have not Seen that their cause of right. Tell me" be said quietly, but with "J._ You have everything about I

v FLORIDA states have suffered when the appro- I congratulate Senator Bryan. I a certain emphasis, -what bait are that novel.completed except the writ

priation was made up. hope that his example will be catching.. you adDer tog And the selling of 1L" ; {
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z DtuVf_"':US'( :fROM "Bfl"A knee little?'prayer"" Nellie; ;and asked.<1 may 1'say,It,at your.. O. A. CARSON. President ,. 11.' '0..,BRTANv. \',SECRET. -AW.

. j'' She wee called to him and kneeling,

Silverware Tale of the' Revolution of Special. she said: The Waters &. Carson'GroeeryCompany '

..Interest to Children.. "Now I lay me down to sleep J,:,
bray the Lord,my soul! to'kep; '
'(Br DEBREAKER..) j If I should die before wake; -- : :TWholesale'

j I I pray the Lord myeoul to take,
CHmEa Ill And this I ask for' sake!
? . :* '
God bless bless
papa* mama.
'God bless tender heart, said
your God bless Brother Willie. And God and Retail Dealers 10GRO'CERIES-
IT Mr., Jones' "but it would be a: rood I
bless me and make me a good little
thing If'all the Yarmlnts were dead. '
girl. Amenl"!
Yes, honey" said Mr. 'Welch: "the '
Having the kiss
received good-night
t>cs.t thing to do will be to kill It." -: .
of her and brother
parents ?, she was .
Nellie submitted to their decision and -
about to start for her bed, when Wat ''1'. -
Willie pulled the boat up. and then under
Nothing has ever been found son.said
had sat the : --WE' SeLL '
the seat where Nellie WE BUY
that "Won't ki.s us good-night, too?" .
lends the same air'of aristocracy cub was quietly sleeping. "Oh I you you rr;
Sue went to him,, and then to the '
; to the home I do hate
1 as poor little motherless tiring HAY ,
others in turn And all said "God
SILVERWAREc to see you die I I" and she began to cry: they HIDES'a
bless the children! .
'1 c Watson was the first to speak. "I: GRAIN FURS .
stock is the most complete and tell you, fellow'. I think we'd better (To be Continued) FERTILIZERS i

comprehensive collection of this beautiful let the dear little girl! take It home and : WOOL. 1 t

ware south of the large Eastern cities.\We let her' pa sly what shall be done with fARMING AND GRIT'Takes SHINGLES
: ''
it. I have an easy horse, and I can Asher AND ;. .
have searched the world's markets ands ORANOE BOXES 4
a seat on the pommel of my saddle
l 'le .1 ,. ave THE. BEST. and she can tarry: the cub in her lap." Nerve and Work to Succeedon : ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL,

i-, Solid\ Sterlln ..Silver Tea Set- five This was agreed to. 'Willie was a farm. CRATES COUNTRY .
1..1' mounted behind Mr. Jones on the spare
i r.7 pieces! plain design - -.. $ O.OO. hone that was brought for him and Making a living on a farm does not CRATE Dcnnnt"-ao""'
NAILS _..._ ,
' SolId Siver After Dinner Set-4 pieces Welch taking the lead; the cavalcade consist solely in sucking ozone roll. I I I n "" ";, I c1
Ing In blossoming clover and picking
$40.00 tar ted.
-pot, creamer sugar and tray -
Sandwich Plates, solid silver. $16 up. Nellie was soon on the beat of terms pears. There is a crop of blisters,
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. _
had'wonher backaches boots washouts,
Bread Trays, solid silver, $15 up. with Watson, whose kindness muddy '
Salad Bowls, solid silver, $2O.up.t sympathy and chatted merrily until bugs and droughts. One never makesa We give" special attention to fitting out hunting and camping .... y

Bon Bon Dishes; solid silver, $20 up. they came in sight ofjthejr home. change in life without giving up iome parties. 'j.

Sugar Baskets, solid silver, $12 up. "Ob! papa, dear" she called out, as things be likes and taking some be doe. Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 127: .. .
she came! in sight of her father.- am not like. He must strike a balance, go
A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes so glad to see you home again." I where he finds the greater good= and We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask. us for-circular

styles and for all uses. Her mother heard her voice and came bear with grit and patience the.un- arid prices on fertilizers.SEEDSand. a

running to met them. She expressed I pletaant part. The city man who has
free of cost
desired ,
I We engrave all silverware, when I
her joy in seeing her children back safe not pluck should stay in the shop or at

We have a fine line of the Oneida Community Triple Plus and.sound. his desk, for on the farm he will find a

Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling and is guaranteed for "Oh I yes, mother, the Lord did 'de- ife-size environment that will hit him POULTRY SUPPLIES '-'\

' forty years. liver us frorr evil,' and here we are, with appalling regularity on every soft We can supply you for immediate shipment f
without a scratch although we have spot he own. He will n.iss the street
We Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, been in great danger." cars, electric lights, vaudeville, people.He POTATOES BEANS, GARDEN AND HELD PEAS
Most complete line of Poultry Supplies. Garden .
Electroliera, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir The sergeant now drew near and was may resent slowness, physical tiredness and Field.S..d in Florida. -- -"' 'i ?

Spoons, Silk Umbrellas -:- -:- -:- -'. about to lift her down when be. caught inconvenience, stillness. Getting < WRIT FOJy\\ ILLUSTRATED CATALOQUB I
sight of the cub and asked: "And what the land is profitable, pecuniar f- t
We are especially equipped to care for all mail orders. Our has my little girl got in her lap?" ily aud spiritually, only for those who .tTn'r11: E. ,A. MARTIN & COMPANY J':ti. t'r:iletiio "
stock is complete and up-to-date. O ir prices are in line
for 4I\.111t
The than
"Why, papa, it's a little bear. care more for independence
t, with legitimate business houses. alligator caught its mother, and I knewif steam heat and granitoid walks; or I I

ALL GOODS GUARANTEED we left it, it would starve and I have think: more of health than of musical
_ brought it home for you to say what comedy; or would rather accumulate a George N. Saunders -
We members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association, -
are ) for their old than have :
shall be done with it. competepce age
the rules of the
and refund the fare of visiting shoppers, subject to
organization. "Very well, dear, you and Willie may the privilege of street cars and jostle. irt BOAT BUILDER
put it in a box until we decide. I reckon The successful farmer must be willing

your mother has dinner ready, and to work until his muscles get sore, and Agent for"F nTO"ud"Lag!."EmpMtM

as we had no breakfast we can enjoyit. I then work until they get strong'; to mm tIMHM.. rm .1tIIor-i i

." learn of simple folk, and be neighborlywith .. KISSIMMEE FLoRIDA
"a IMO. rur.a.n.Eo .aoa.a
The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. "Yes, dear," said 101,... Keller, "it is people who have lived in a differ-

ready and nojigh for all; but as our ent way; to wait for seedtime and harvest -

"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"Local table is small, 1 and the children will Also he must be able to forgetthe

and Long Distance Phone 698 wait adventures, and while Willie you may all tell" of their the annoyances amusements he he has has found left behind, until and the DOllED [Lm$EB'& INSUB JDE JfeEHCY'

410 FRANKLIN' STREET "All right" said the sergeant; "and slow current of country life gets hold . . .

Florida ahead, Willie." of him and the sweet spirit of the open
Tampa you may go
The Oldest and Largest Insures e Agency in Osceola County
Willie told the story with perfect places envelops him. Then will he have
l-8t Inter- the land will have FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
clearness. He was frequently found a home, and ,
rupted by. exclamations of surprise and found one more man to feed the nation.

sympathy; and, at the close, his mother Exchange. .
warmly embraced him, exclaiming, --

"My brave boy )I" for GARDNER ELLIS .
God be praised for His preservingcare No Reason It &

!I" was the hearty thanksgiving of

Spring Fertilizing I the father, to which the rough soldiers Electrical Contractors {

responded with an earnest "Amenl" When Kusimmee Citizens Show the

"PaDa.." said Nellie "I don't think I Way_. We Guarantee our Houss-wirtng to Pass all Insurance InspectionFIXTURE |
Ideal Fertilizers was very brave; but I trusted in the
Lord and didn't forget 'deliver us from There, can be,no just reason why any WORK letlsfloureWltDancing u?j.IS j.

I . evil."" reader of this will continue to suffer the
Do you want a full bloom and one that will set fruit?. "God bless 'darlingJ'! .'' was OUR SPECIALTY' ,
you my tortures of an aching back, annoyance -
Use Ideal Fertilizer.: uttered fervently by her, father.
of urinary disorders. the dan -
Do you want the fruit to stay on? Dinner was over after awhile, and i
of serious kidney ills when relief
Use Ideal Fertilizer. while the mother and children had their gers
dinner the men went out to'see how the is so near at hand and the most positive

Right materials. Right proportions, and Right combinations hogs had been disposed of. The sergeant proof given that these ills can be cured.
are the secret of the success which comes when you SlippersSpecial
and his assistant had built a Read what a Kissimmee citizen says:
Use Ideal Fertilizer.
outside the fence where
strong pen just J. E. Bass, Mabbette St., Kissimmee,
For greatest value of plant food I they had broken in, and arranged a gap I I
Buy Ideal Fertilizer. I I so that when they went out they wouldgo Fla., says: "I have taken Doan Kid- at $1.98 were $3
Pills olf and the live ,
Send for our free booklet entitledThe' into the pen. They were then driven ney on during past

out of the patch and were safely er six years and I consider them a rem- .
I s. them in our u>*kt windowLe
Promising Grove. shut up in the pen, where they were edy of merit. I had kidney trouble for
found to be safe when the men went to
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville several years and I suffered intenselyfrom
"Well," said Jones, "'I think the L M. WHIDDEN & CO.
Fla. lame' and aching back: Doan's ?
best thing to do will be to make meat

Local Agt. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. of the fat one>, and then if you men will Kidney Pills have been .very beneficial

help me home with the other two I will in relieving my trouble. I keep a lUp- I

pen them so they can't get back." in the house all the time."
This was agreed to and it was arranged I I
j to butcher the one to be killed Forsale-by all dealers. Price 50 cts. I '

soon next morning. All needful prep- Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole l The RULL BASS MARKET

arations were made and the men stayed agents for the United States.

the night. When all was quiet le sergeant Remember the name Doan's-and Bearden S
S. S. BUZZ & SON Building: One Block from Depot ,
asked Willie if he could repeat take no other. r
the hymn his mother was teaching him
-- --
Fresh Florida. of all kinds
and Concrete when he was last at home. House for Sale. MEATS
"Yes sir," said Willie, and everyonegave and Western | | I .:Il '
attention while he said: Boarding: house of nine rooms inciud- I .
Work of all Kinds ing bath-room. Hot and cold water, POULTRY EGGS. FRESH
"The bath, toilet and sink; electric lights. FISH
day is past and
SIDEWALKS A gone House furnished complete and filled
SPECIALTY The evening shades appear- with boarders at this time. Large lot Special Attention lo Phone Orders and Free'Delivery

Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street O may we all remember well 130x150. Can be purchased on very ,t I lo any parl of the City. Phone 189
reasonable terms. For call
Office Pnone 132 The night of death draws near.
near Dillingham Ave.
on or write us. H. M. BREAKER &
We lay our garments by, Co. 47-tf
Upon our beds to rest; ------j---

So death will soon disrobe us all Big Bargain In a Home.

1 .NN.. ... NNNNNN.. Of what we here possess. -e. ., Long Distance
Splendid new six room house, just inside -
I EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH Lord, keep us safe this night, 1 y_ city limits, fine deep ;well, lot con- Advertising Phone 296
- Act .a.dant 0111<:0.,; 4 Secure from all our fears; tains two acres of ground, good new
barn, and sheds and all
buggy ,
.L MACH: EROS_ .* May'Til angels morning guard light us appears.while we sleep under small good truck, new garden fence.or poultry Fine locationfor aanch. is saying the right thing .1

__ And when rise .'. This is a fine proposition, where you the
we early at timein
will have the freedom of the country,
: Livery, Feed and Sale Stable i And view the unwearied sun, i J_ yet close enough to enjoy all the advan-
May we set out to win the prize ; ages of the city such as splendid high the right way
I : Agt. International Harvesting Co.1' JJT And after glory runt 1 school, best markets, churches, etc.'
-. Price $1,600. H. M. BREAKER &\ Co. We make
a aoeciaity of
.. T.T.:: N >s i :'v-" XZAtTX: UsrO. And when our days are past ,48-tf I II literature and conducting planning campaigns, preparin for > a'
And we from time remove I Land Companies Boards of Trade, J4unicl-

: Everything new and first class We render prompt and O may we in Thy bosom rest, On. Thing Worth Having. I palities and Jodivkhl .. ,y.

;, ..J&tfafactoTY.aervice. day or nightlvvv The bosom of Thy love In this world the one thing worth I ,

_A. ONE ,HALFBLOOKFROM "Well done, my boy!I" said his father havinc Is the opportunity, coupled I
PASSENGER. DEPOT . with the capacity to do'well and wor- CLENNREACINADVERTISERS
and the said
men "Amen I --LL..
X Kissimmee tolly-a -piece of-noik -the-Jotng of
: ,_ ,. Fla.. .. - _..__. - __ __ .Phone--113-2 .-.'A.ndwhatdoeamy" tlJegiil which I. of. vital consequence to the
say' welfare of mankind.-Theodora Roosevelt I TAMPA FLORIDA A
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t. II Political PHYSICIAN. and SURGEON. 2I..W1SH .are ..contemplating!
i MAKE N'O MISTAKE I I Announcement Osceola drain tile, that I

Office- over pharmacy} have added a machine to ray bus' Yt
a Ship to the old reliable > t Residence 63. ineia for making drain tile, that y
-- .,_ _.,' _.. ____ ._ __.O-u_ -.---- -. -"- J; aON&IJf omce U8- "' I can'make'you a better tile than
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"NJERCHANTS .t: f' '1AT.; WINN prices before buying; it pay 1/,
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;' ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT Natbs.lLeasue, KIMun..B Broadway and Midland R. R. ;kI 1
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Southern Shipping Mo, 50 JReal Estate Agency. ':'

i e Office nee 74 and 3. Residence 126 , >
319 WASHINGTON! STREET, NEW YORK - Ny l t .\....\.................... ....... It IjI 'S

Reference: CORNER JAY STREET DR. B, DN IEN.ENGA I f Realty bought and sold .It kri ,
Aetna "Katlonal' '
.VETERINARIAN] Houses rented. :
Bank sal allMcrcantlle Kindly write for stencil if needed. and :Titles .
paid verified
Aiciclet y ALL DISEAS fornon'-residents. ;,r
SOLICITING AGENT WANTEDLES Fire. Life and Accident Insurance. f 4
1'hona Z57Niflht {
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Phonu. J 182 ORLA S .

: LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT ? 1 flf v rlS I _-- Indemnity Bonds. .. 4! ?
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1 f. :'/.'. ; | New Squires York Building Avenue The 'Ho e Bakery Man Eta'J

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Pl. ." : .;'.. .j" ST. CLOUD I"LQRIDA Takes thin >portunlty to thank :.j

Elite Hotel ;. I alit Rood! pen Seof-' this citylfor ;
: TK.'J. \\ SIMPHOl\
I :; :: ;:) ,: : their liberal pair& 18 and would \$,
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RESTAURANT in Connection .' .: ) : :.";'.: ", 1J".talr"! i in Kiilz HuJdIDj.! .! //J..,,,i will prevent (for ), :Ige I.
1< :.: : : : : ::::, .. .; '\ .H'wt Hl'Il< : I t \\I.1:30, :;.. to in.5,0.:to; 12!,. ?nt.. [teral, I delivery & all parts of the :.;
Reasonable Prices and variety will 'f
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1 Beaman Block DENTIST Also HOT BREAD tti.

Ur; J 'r"-I - Phone 109 H. E. BRYAN, Proprietor. CARY D. LANDIS Office over Cole's Jewelry Store will Iw ready mornings and after- 4:+t

Office (Hours, : K-15, 1-G nns, and. a nice variety of PIES

r Candidate for State Attorney"Seventh Office phone 15hReHiilence" 23: and CAKE. Parties and Wedding ,

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i M.ny pecpk' ilo not know Hint Ilnnli'i. ('ap rat' i I- for. or-I he differ.! .. hitween PLANTING SCHEDULEI! FREE TEXT BOOKSFOR Special treatment attention of Women given and to the DARLINGTON AVENUE ,t,
: n I liank of little or no i 01.11.1 l nil OIIH with n larirc cm-Hal. jI Children. iI
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+< i A HANK'S <\AHn IA1. AMI' S Sa
1 When to Plant the Various Products PUBLIC SCHOOLSImprovement
t lee fund that protrrtH pi Mloi, ,> fr"ni !1"Ih'r..forp tinInrirer I, H 1 I' rr e ai Office over Citizens Bank. HrtoNK" ; 144 r
: greater prolerllnu the depositor I>. <' I hi' nnk l ben a
?., .. Capital Of |'..(... II, of Florida.The I of I'lorkl Hublib chool S1.temaaASfl ,24-8monpd I I enneth ButleI''
.. : Rnrploit rand ttt _'7 Nag: Oil I p.
i StockholilxrC ll.bprty|, soi .i miA following schedule will l I.., of interest I r. A.. VAN AGNEW ... B caAWFOKD

t : toUI'of ... 1i:7.Se9 00 not only to new settlers in this I AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
1 ThiM means that we must br.e l l2.V'rM. ) 04)< before our pep.aliors could lI>>e. ar section who may derive. knowledge as ,
,, (. : cent. Thin proUwtlou la for YOl'. j >
I to when to plant their crops most advantageously BERBER SHOP

'tt; i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE but to people in other i ,-
fi"P: : sections who will discover from a reading Onlrea.3-4.: r>Ji Citizen Bank Hnlldlnj 3 tf

t : KI__IMM tl. rrL01'11OA : of it that every month is planting Kissimmee Florida Cold Drinks & Cigars .3 |

t;, C. A. CARSON JOHN !M. I.EB: N. B CAKMIN month in Florida.In ... :'
Prenldent Vli B-1'renlOenl atihler. % e January plant Irish potatoes, peas Kiss mrDe4 Fla. '

...........................................................................! beets, turnips cabbage, and all hardy 2ti .r vpirr MOON & GEIGER 3lv- )t..
), or semi-hardy vegetables; make hotbeds '
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such as melons tomato okra .eggplant Office State Bank Building .
r etc. ; set out fruit -and other trees and '| Ki simmee. Florida Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

shrubbery. Sow tobacco. ..
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February-Keep planting for. a succession F. KRIBBS )'
r R. G. JOHNSTON same as in January, in addi- .j

tion, plant vines'of all kinds shrubberyand .ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA. PRESSING '
fruit trees of all kinds, especiallythe DYEING !;
; Examination: of Titles a Specialy. .
citrus family; map beans and corn; REPAIRING '
Notification and payment of taxes of
: P FIRE INSURANCE I bed sweat potatoes for draws and slip*. non-residents given careful !d:

a T.: I.j Outs may also be sown aa they are in I. attention. Leave. word at my house sod clothe ,

I previous months' .e- will be called (for and returned. ai

.',It" I March-Corn, oats, and planting : G. JOHNSTON S. : j

r' London. Liverpool & Globe Etna. February may' continued; transplant] A. M. C. RUSSELLCandidate ROBERT Sl1ti8fftCtion..GUI1 lutteed

tomatoes eggplant melons, beans and i i
Hartford Norwich Union and vines of all kinds; mulberries and blackberries -. for State SuDerintendent of Public ATTORNEY AT LAWK13SIMEEE.
: i InatruetKm. Subject to Democratic Primariea.
are now ripening. 18 years County Huperintendent of Hemandocounty f flORIDA REAL (ESTATE fOR SALE g
; 1 16 head of the 'leaxihera'1
t't'I other strong Companies I April-Plant as in March except Irish :| ....titu.... I I"year yeia manager of ounty the Free SchoolBook FLORIDA bi
r Beautiful winter home situated $>
Syitera. sites
kohl-rabi, turnips continue to
potatoes ; ,
I ( Brookaville Fla., DoO. I I. 1911
4 PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDING transplant tomatoes, okra eggplant; To the Democratic Voter of the >tate of Florida IP the Lak Region: o; Florida |
T. Pli
,.d, i, .1 I sow millet, corn, cow peas, for fodder; I At:the aolicitatlon of friends, I announce my- Late Couniwtl for Judge t>f th. trucking and Farming Lands in large HJ.J|!
I alf candidate for State of Florida R. R Cpmm. Criminal Court or small tracts. i
plant the butter bean and dig: a
\ I peas I Pubhe Instruction on the following platlorfn:
: j Irish potatoes onions beets, and uaual I Free. text booka. county Myittem for publio.chRwM. MASSEY & WARLOW CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY f
5 early vegetables should be plenty for "
2. Improved unit Byptem of coun'yhoo"
.. .. Maintenance of high. ntandarti for elate. ATTORNEYS. AND COUNSELLOS List your property with me for quick1 j
; table. I ...hou..... AT LAw salts.
: ..... May-Plant sweet potato draws infield 't. A more oconomlral expenditure of school .
Ir.t., Practice in all the !" '
CourUi of the tale and of
fand that dollar Hhall bring
I, $1 or $2 per Acre per Month ; continue planting corn for table;"ry ao every return not less expended money but bettorrettultjt. the United .8"' ,_. aim before the Florida Rail ;
: . road Cocnmiasion. and the Intoralato CummereaComaaiaaiun. H. M. Breaker & Co.
and cucumbers .
I I| snap beans peas ought 5 Improvement in every department, of admiaistration I
I to be well forward for use; continue I andteaching where ponnibleReapectfully. 11-U CHAai.Earon I 111-IK1. ORLANDO FLA. '
B"y. Stanford celery farm FlowittK ar I : A. M I. C. RUSELLWrite Box I7R KISSiMMEE. FLA.XDrlller .
teaian well guaranteed. .Snblrrluotlon.fine . planting okra, eggplant pepper and I 341 rr ,
dr.l good .| ||. d U t ,
t age M MK> prove r : ---- --- -- qJY
IT Intercut water and rail transporta butter beans, and tomatoes for second for literature the subjects
4 me on -
2x tion. Our liberal contract allow nixye.ra I'I crop. I L. :b4cC L1S'J.ER: r
to pay out Title Bond At Guarantee embraced in my platform. \
Co.. Sataford. t-la lLlvrWood's \ June-The heavy planting of sweet'potatoes 7 2Lp W. S. HARWELL KislsimmeersWe11 :

i I I ': and cow peas i is now in order. | ._ J
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Irish. tomatoes and ESTATENotary
potatoes a great j jvarieiy .
is prepared to driUARTESIAK ;:-1'
of table vegetables an now Taft litizens Organize. ,
Public at
But with no rent to pay w-: Large :.t
Seeds ready; as are plums early peachesand "
will be able to make I grapes. .. The citizens of Taft met last Wednesday Office in Beaman Building WELLS 1
I << evening and organized a -
permanent .
ar. For 1912.Our July-Sweet potatoes and cow peas in. section of Florida. 1.
I I organization to be known aa the
are safe to plant, the rainy season being .
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}/ Sweeping New Descriptive Catalog favorable; grapes peaches and figs are Taft Improvement Club. This club U successful
working to the best interests of Taft years Well
I ia fully up-to-date and tells all ''in full season. Orange tree. may be Drilling is a Guarantee of my

about the beatGarden set out if the season is wet. improving street, farming drainage Ability to produce the beat

: and |I August: Finish up planting; aweet potatoes district. to betterthe agricultural resources. results.

I, \ Reductions and cow peas; sow cabbage, -
:Farm Seeds. cauliflower, turnips for f;:h...,planting; Officers elected were: TWO AND FOUR INCH '

I { plant kohl-rabi and rutobagaa; last of Dr. C. E. Filbert, president. and see u if yon are going to build. WELLS A SPECIALTYP. oJ'.
Every fanner and gardener I I I E. N. Mallery, vice president. We make and
month plant a few Irish potatoes and plans erect any style! of
t I ,(: In our already low prices hould have a copy of this catalog | beans. H. C. Hammond secretary-treasurer, building. We make our own artificial O. Box 344

i on I which ha long been recognized I September-Now i is the time to commence Executive Committee H. Tice, J. atone and brick and are close dealersin :::: Florida .j

I a* a standard authority. for the true winter garden, the O. Collins. H. H. Child A. M. Bristol, lumber. W. also manufacture all tI t

tr'r i for the full and correct information I garden which is commenced in the North R. K. Harriman.-Taft Messenger. kinds of Monumental work. --r- \

.; Staple which it gives. 1 M? April and May. Plant the whole 11

} We are headquarters for J I'' range of vegetables except sweet pota- KISSIMMEE..CONSTRVCTIONOO, I Ii
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3 Gross and Clover Seeds. Seed toes; sow oats, rye, celery, etc. Notice. Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry. The Florida 'Grower'( tV

PntMnes, Seed Oats Cow Peas, I November-A good month Tbrjrarden, Notice ia hereby given that all bill '-- -' - ,I
Groceries Sola Beans Mid all Farm Seeds. continue to plant and transplant, tame ror trurke...l1d frail (rowan. rot
for water and lights are due when presented (olki
I I : who want to know about FlopIda. f
v' as for October; sow. oats barleq'Endrye by the collector, but upon fail- JENKINS & WOOiiM Weekly 1 1.00 per rar; month' I 3
mailed send
Wood's Descriptive: Catalog for winter pasturage '' ly iVj tOe for a ten ""''a.trial ;,1;;
| or ; dig
free Write for it. crops ure to pay when; account ii presented, lUbecrlptioQ.___Snappy. Brt :ht.Claaa. | m: \
on request. i sweet house bank them
potatoes ;
{ : Bed Butter 40c all parties In rrear'e' are required to THE It
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t p AT T. W. WOOD SONS. j j make sugar and syrup.DecemberClear call at the collector's office and settle coo Florida Avaa.a, T......1'1... _
c ( : : Seedsmen Richmond Vtu.JHUtoVa I up generally, fence; by the 10th of month. Otherwise, service and ... A tl I tOn i
ditch. and and Surveying
manure sow plant hardy for lights or water will be discon-

West KissimmeeTaylor's . vegetables and tobacco;, set out orange tinued without further notice. In cue ?

.Summ'lno) Up trees.,_fruit 'trees and shrubbery; !keepa VETERINARY
- 1 hgbta. or water turned off for non- Drafting SHREVEfrom 'j
Wise men have said manr hooks sharp lookout for an occasional frost. pigment, a fee of $1 will be charged --SURGeON' :>C.

are wearisome; who reads IncemaoUy A light protection will prevent injury. for reconnecting where further service from S.1 t
Clark. >ak.. U
and to his reading: brings not a iplrlt I '
j- .t.oI..,:.'\W,. '.jJIone zso. 'QEiclt Delivery. and Judgment equal or superior, un- I sDon't la required. OrncK: IN FRATERNITY HALL located here_for practice. '
.' torget that the price of a want By order of Council, Jan. 3. JCl2j. ; '.
lunaettfed still remains ; '
fr certain and ( ''
,, I \ Calls Promptly AttM*d te Day M "H f
ad in the .
Valley Gazette ia the R. GILBERT. '
deep d I In book, and shallow In cheap- .J. &ISSIMMEE.
FLAn Office over Mach Bros Livery BarnIJ "
eat investment made.
.'. ,. himself.-Milton. I you ever *3t Collector. '
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,A" n'Why: :This :City. Has. few Paragraphs from Bulletins issued 'by FLORIDA N"8ALE

Magnificent Mansions Tampa's Chief Booster.A '. : :.
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( ., "Why are"there many small houses nan who had purchased a piece of
k't in KlssimmeeT"?" is a question' frequent- colonization land In South Florida wrote

re' 'ly asked by visitors here;who seem to !:.back home", that he'would take a :yellow of is Now On with I' 't.
)jfr( I *' consider the* city lacking somehow, because 'ilog'for his purchase and ki\1.\ thedog' : :Land Going .GreatRapidity: !
'1 ;:forsooththere are fewer magniflcent -diignst;; On careful: investiga .

r 1 mansions! than in some place. tilon by/k; commercial secretary; it was '

N W; | The reason la not far to seek. A learned that he had paid torn. $75 on *, If you want' large acreage,'you want to see us. We have it by the,millions;" .
; very; considerable part of Kissimmee Is his contract, which called for"$400'for :

, : only three years old. Many of the'new 10 acres, and that he bad priced it to a BB IMI-IMVVMWM MM tSlSMOTaBI WBHBBHHWM MM BMieBBMeBIB aeMBSIBWWMWWMM M 'I ,

residents have not had time to.ITln neighbor at $1,000, and"would not takea j I BELOW IS .A. FEW OF'THE' LARGETRACTS;, WE ARE OFFERING FROM. OUR ,BARGAIN COUNTER.. .
plan their ultimate homes' They are cent leis" Yellow dogs ate $1,000 '
\.:/ too busy at the tasks which hustling each are a luxury. 6,250 acres near the cUy of IAkela.ndIn a solid body. on 10,000 acres in Sumter County, near town of Leesbursc. a-:. .1

: Kisslmmee hIS given them. Some of the railroad. This is good, heavy, rich land,, weU adapted to the* rapidly arowinawhiter and summer resort on railroad, lands .
:1\\i them brot no great amount of The state is overrun with peddlers; growing of the highest grade ,,pf> lardenlnl"products.. Flowing adapted growing of citrus fruits and
'I'1 | wealth with them, except the wealth of one-lunged fakirs one-shlrted and soliciting beggars agents; advertising It- wells'can,obtained.. Price $10 per acre, Lease on all except 2,000 acres of this tract. :This,'is.-an..excellent "' i :'f

bargain. Price'$5.00.par acre .
!'t character: and ability and Industry. Is that way each winter. If municipalities "

They are making the f fertile lands of cannot or will not, put a atop to 56,000 acres, on F. E.. P. Rwy., in practically a solid'body, .. i

; *,Kisslmmee produce their wealth for the of these hordes of slick free of leases. About SO to 40 per cent of this tract, is virgin : f
invasion ,;
\ (>4h.m.' They are content for a time to it is high time the state legislated timber, the balance good muck and prairie lands: Price 9.00 9875 acres in Levy County, Florida: These lands'are"cutf fJt
(t; Jve In small mean 'appearing homes, against them' in no gentle way. per acre. over pine lands with) productive ,loam soil and will grow all of .r

"If for they know that they will Inevitably would serve the commonwealthbetter the Southern staple crops sudh as sea Island cotton; corn, cane,, ''f \
f{'| have finer residences some day. Klsif They etc., and in addition are suited for fruit growing and winter truck t! :
by building highway 60,000Lcres, in. Hamilton 'County. fairly well together, '
; simraee Is glad they are here, and rath- / farming. 'There are numerous good farms. the locality and' :::.\ I
,'1' er proud of the cottage homes that dot While we have a hundred thousand 28,000 acres tree of leases now, 15,000' acresto be delivered wherever trucking has _been attempted the results haVe been' '" ,:.1.;

: the town. They stand for some'things: tourists in the state talk up the virtuesof Jan. 1st, '1912. 'These are good lands well adapted to general very successful. This tract is of convenient size'' to'-handle for 'I,:.

l which any amount of wealth cannot the Florida fruits and vegetables. agricultural purposes such as cotton corn/ cane and potato s. subdivision purposes, and those interested In 'a. proposition of I ; '",,-
The tract whole at $4.75 oer acre, or will sell in tracts pf
as a
this kind should investigate acre t
$5.00 .
v i I, bring a city. Kisslmmee has few win- Teach the tourist to drink the juiceof from 5.00O acres up at $5.00 per acre. I immediately. Prig per .' r
'o I tar residents compared with aom'e Flor- the Florida orange.If \ (' f

4! | lUa cities-Daytona or Palm Beach. all the space used on political candidates I 18.OOO acres In Saint Johns 'County, practically solid body i ilo x'J
*:! Those we have are for the most party taken In boosting Florida 21,795 acres of virgin pine timbered lands in. Polk County, I within miles of i miles E. C- '' 'i i+
w s eight !east: !Hastings,_ three Jhx>rnJP1 .... r' fRwy.
them- in solid railroad estimated to cut 45 million feet of ,,
men and women who identify would make of a body free,'of "
what a great state we ; bordering Inland waterway; 7.5OO acres now fi; \
'S.1 selves in a real way with the life of the it within a year. pine; 65 crops of turpentine boxes a.nd15 million feet. of cy- ieases,-balanc.15,000 a.crea-annually.. e&innlnl'Jan'ht:19 12,.. ,!.'* '
t They ar the. _sort we_want. press. Prioe $8.00 per acre In fee simple. - - --' -- - "
__ __ The Florida Is the happiest until: all is delivered. Price $8.00 per acre.
ix N. In thinking of these cotta \fe homes orange grower ,
., it should not be forgotten, either, that man in the state. Before the season 21,000 acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body ,' on '
:! rf
4 e> n though but temporary they are is over he will be getting pretty the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. 1760 acres of cut over pine land in Orange County, Florid?\' : ,)

;; the homes of people of culture, educaI close to $3 for his -oranges and $5 to $6 6.84O acres free of timber 3,000 acres more to be delivered 11 five miles northwest of Orlando between tbe A. C..L. and Se&1; : ': .I

t tion, ch"'al' cter. Go about among them. for his grapefruit.- -- - each year beginning Jan. lot, 1912 until entire tract is deliv- board Air Line R. R. Splendid for citrus fruits and truck farming I 1"" ;:,"

,t You will ftnd' ...that, an unusually large ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes.: Price $10 per acre. Terms one-half cash, bala.nceone'' :- ',

' proportion of Ihenr have pianos. Moat BIBLE CONFERENCE Price $4.25 per acre. and two years. , i I
; of them are Comfortably, if not ele- 't

"1? gantly, furnished. haY:!: are supplied I Eminent Speakers for.Gathering at 65.000 acres, all virgin, will cut 15O million feet pine and .. 2,200acres, cypress and phosphate, will cut, 10 million feet,

;Ij-M i with books and magazines* One of the 8 million feet of cypress. Good soil, adapted to.citrus fruits and I ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood entire tract under-.' .

'> finest private libraries, perhaps in the Baptist Tabernade, Atlanta.The trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two l laid with phosphate. A .
)11 1 state, is in a very plain one-.tory.KI.-, fourteenth annual TabernacleBible years. i ,, ,
\: simmee home. Out of these plain Conference will convene at the I
; homes come the elements 'of as high- Baptist Tabernacle, Atlanta, Ga., on 1600 acres in Levy County, Florida. These are cut over 6345 acres in Osceola county adjoining< corporate)1Imitoand ,

;1;, toned and refined a social life as is to March and continue to March 10. pine lands, aith productive soil and will grow all of the staple in the vicinity of KISSIMMEE. A j

,X be found in any city in Florida, regardless The' conference promises to be the crops, as well as being suitable for fruit growing and(wihter truck Kisslmmee the county seat of Osceola county- 'Has a. I :"l

j of its age. largest in" attendance In its history. farming. Price $4.25 per ,acre. population of 4,000. and is one of the most 'progressive towns-in*

t l'' Give Kissimmee ten more years of Christian workers and Bible students Florida. Is located on beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga< and on the .

t. age and the buildings, which are, after [from all parts of the country will be in 37OO acres choice land in DeSoto County. Mostly high: main line of the' Atlantis Coast Line Railway and terminus of' 11 1

,'.._ all, not the real homes, will measure attendance. This conference is inter- class prairie, balance cut over pine land. C. H. & N. R. R. runs the Florida Midland Railway. and the St. Cloud and Sugar Belt; '

((1 I up with those in any other city. Fur- denominational in character, over 2,000 through this property. First-class colonization proposition. Price Ry. Climate most equable winter and. summer and unsurpassedby +% i

;\ thermore, they will all be KisaimmedI ,' preachers alone attending this last year.A $9.00 per acre. any place on the globe. Purest' and best artesian water obtained '
I made, and not built by wealth brought greater attendance is expected; this in this-section "in unlimited quantities at 75 to 250 feet. r

all j from some other place. year in view of the fact that the Conference j 14000 acres pine timbered land located in Orange County, Healthiest town in the United'States; Death rate. less than 5 1J' .

4| will beheld in the new church Florida. This tract is being.turpentined. A large portion of the to'the 1000. II in the center'' of the trucking Industry of Florida ' '

)i EPWORTHJLEAGUEdives: recently dedicated, coating over $200- tract being high pine, suitable for citrus fruit and truck farming and home of the orange,
f 000, the seating capacity of which is Price $10.00 per acre. fruits of all kinds. Price and terms on application.,;,, - '
I 6,000. ,. .. R

a Most Interesting Program The speakers of the conference will We have orange groves truck lands, city property-anything from,a $100 lot to .107,000 acre tract. Tell 'ua- your. require;. '" \; riW jjM;

'7 at Methodist Church. be Dr. Chas. Inwood, of London.i the menta and we will fill them at prices that are attractive.. ''NH I'

I specially appointed representative of
: An exceedingly interesting and instructive Keswicd Dr. Camden M. Cobern, of .
., meeting was held at when thee Alleghaney College, Meadville.Pa, ; BREAKER &:' GO' .Mr t\'p A N 'Y
Methodist .church. Sunday Dr. J. H. Jowett pastor Fifth Avenue M. ; ', :" : t
of .
: the' pworth League took charge , R I
:11 church New York; Dr, > "' ' ; 1
vita the evening service.:' _The theme of the Presbyterian IISSIM.M:: Y i Over Oaceola Pharmacy: 'dR DA: .
Stamford Ct. ;
Howard A Johnson, of ; .. 1,, ,
'evening was the lives of the Apostles; Dr. W W.Bustard, of Euclid Avenue, "" i \ .' ., .: j ." "'..... ..1.oJ,>'!f ..rT"I."" \, .II J.' "
treated In brief biographical ,
',? which were Cleveland;.Dr. Len G. Broughton; Atlanta
, sketches read by different membersof : ;
t Mrs. Lamareaux, of Chicago.
of the organisation.from These the had best been authorities The; music of the conference will surpass ORANGES ALL SHIPPED THE: SIREN SHRIEKED: ..'

''i\\. carefully prepared any former( effort. Prof. and Mrs. ,
the hearers a great
v';/! deal of most and gave interesting information A. C. Boatman, Prof. Chester E. Harris Kissimmee H s Marketed This Sea Two Fire Alarms Cause Considerable -
of Ohio; Prof. and Mrs.: Carl Fisher Fixtures
V'l regarding the twelve men Mr.who Bebout were of Grand Rapids, will act as soloists son's Crop. Local Agitation.Twice \, '1 ,
of Christ. "
the companions
and read and directors of the music, while the This season's movement of citrus THATS fclY
of the meeting BUSINESS"'Representing a
.i\ was in charge voices will\ be supported by this the week Kissim- ;
.,\ lesson touring the pro- choir of 100 fruits is practically finished from during past ,
the Scripture ,
the handsome $20,000 pipe organ saidto section, according to the report sent mee's wild, weird hair-raising, nerve-
,, gram a vocal Miss duet Alma was most Griffin pleasingly and Mr. be the third largest In any Protestant i to the New York Packer, which says: racking fire alarm whistle started the the following well-known hou.ea.,1aoUcit \ k

'i' Glenn rendered Buzza by anda vocal solo by Miss church in the world. Rev. J..W. The soil in this vicinity is well adapted entire able bodied population in search your business when in need of FIXTURES of any kind* r.ti s',

Considering the inclemency Ham, assiitant pastor, may be addressed to citrus fruits and the proves are of the "fiery tongued monster of
Mary Galnes. congregation for further! information. numerous. Trees are in good conditionfor flame," as the Bingville Bugle would E. H. Stafford Co., Office Bank. Store, Opera, Church .
of the weather the ; ,
and FurnitureWilmartle
\'i say. Twice the fire companies hurriedout. Lodge
and the closest attention the next crop. Co. Show Cases and Store Fixtures
sm was large, gave flSi1 late .
NOT MANY Twice everybody arrived too
to the of the evening. The truck* acreage here, 'compara Barnes Safe &; Lock Co. Safes and Vaults i il
,;at -program- -- lively speaking, is small, although a to see the fire. On Saturday evening a Shaw Walker Co., Filing Devices .,
planted to sweet po- spark ignited the roof of Mrs. 4Sears' Weiss Co., Sectional Bookcases",, Etc > 1 ,{
|' Grapefruit for Rheumatism. Ohio Visitor Has a Good Time inSpite good acreage has a 12acreorange home on Main street. Volunteers ar- Acorn Brass Manufacturing Co.. Soda Fountains .. '
M. N.
number___ ___ of the. Modekt - Kansas City; Scale Co;; Automatic Scalea' ;
'ft rived before the alarm Was
the current of Sunburn. in even ,
-- '
m also about acre .
% AU grove, an Standard Scale Co., Scales of all Kinds for all purposes .
'I' Tropical Topics the editor reiterates his I Mr. Charles S. DeHart Carthage, vegetables of various kinds which are ed, and, presumably, somebody .sound-I Remington, L. C. Smith and Underwood Typewriters 4 :. _.
being a cure the blaze fur of it Co. Outfits for Store Market :
assertion about grapefruit Ohio, returned Tuesday from a two promising. E. L. D. Overstreet has a no sign Viking Refrigerator Complete and
for rheumatism. The statement is when the crowd arrived, save a small .. }
Mr. I. ;
week. fishing trip down the Kissimmee citrus fruit grove of eight acres. seaI'F I'F
I will call aid Ounce to estimate wants ;
t:'} made that numerous cares have resulted Overstreet is through marketing for charred place. Monday night the chimney appreciate a a yon t;
river, having as far aa Basainger.
.i from the continuous and proper use Mr. DeHart has gone been coming to Flor- this season. Wm. H. Anderson has a at Col. W. A. McCool'a residence assure you the BEST at prices and terms that will commaBd your "en. .

/ of grapefruit, and certainly would ida for several years but has) always citrus grove of five acres of which two burned out setting fire to the root. rt I
be worth while for a sufferer to try thepleasant trees. He also has He asked that apparatus be sent with-
I before to the West Coast acres are young
\ treatment prescribed. Topics' tone out sounding an alarm, but the instructions -
i as delighted! with his trip to Kissimmee about two acres in vegetables which W. G. HANKINS
editor declares that the juice of the went astray and the whistle was
and said that ha had the time of look well.
of Box 716 187 C
grapefruit cured him permanently sounded. The fire was extinguished ;
his life down the river, even though the .
rheumatism, and he wants others who Primogeniture.The without damage.
have suffered to try it. The juice shouldbe irregular gave law of primogeniture sends ------ -- '
and few fish and much sunburn. He re- back its roots to the most ancient
in the morning
taken preferably toJ' ceived most hospitable treatment at Urn... Away back In the patriarchal A Live-Wire Farm Item.
"Many come .
without sugar. the turpentine camps, bad a chance to ages the first-born eon had a superiority -
' -0. spend a winter in Florida with rheumatism observe the prairie country, and was over all his brethren and In thetb.ence Let us devote a few minutes of pity a
from the
can go back North free charmed with the scenery; of the lakes of his father was In every to the poor farmer's" wife far away I '
disease," he says, "but they rarely ever and rivers. Previous to going doWn Important sense the head of the bouse. from the bargain counter. Her children Own Your Own Home: '
.; want to go permanently. This recipe Upon the death of the father he became I ,
the river he waa given an auto jaunt cannot watch the fire engines pass by. I
by the unwritten law; which
J is not copyrighted. over the Fell tract by Mr. W. B. Mak- could not be questioned, the priest The only place they have to play J.I -.,

\ Hereafter. Inson, which be greatly enjoyed. On and lord of the family and naturally Go4's out-of-doors. She cannot go to We are offering for sale for-a .period of thirty ,.'
I I Oranges V Tuesday he called upon Judge G. F. to him fell the property aa well as the the.telephone and order, with a carelessair days; from date beautiful Building J..ob. afford

J 'Why can't Toronto people get sweet Parker, bearing greetings from relatives ; honors of the household. Primogeniture stale fruits and wilted vegetables'' ing a fine view of Lake Tohopckaliga.' Size' of

I ""' oraVges this winter" or- of Mrs. Parker in Ohio. Mr. Dr- wherever It Is found today, lathe for dinner but must go out and gather lots are 50 foot frontage and 150 foot ''depth.. .

''F,; "TJ at Is absolutely tine," said Hart was to delighted wtth his Visit to lingering remnant of the ancient these things fresh from the tree and P .

'''t fruit deal today, "and it's partly our ''Kfssimmee that be will probably includeIt custom--a custom which commonsense the ,tn.. Early in the morning she 10-

fault and partly the fault of the people. hereafter In his winter trips to Flor- In4'JuetJle pronounce to be aecnfalr must get up to see that her better-half
I ": The consumers want nothing but ida. He left Tuesday evening, en route I superstitious. does not 'oversleep. She shares the PARKi :
E. .. needless oranges. The result la that to'Cuba for,a few.weeks..- work of the long day; with her husband; : : \
:j the city was filled up with navel or- --:-- no time to murmur at her lot. No city ,.''V ," .

I r;;, 'anges for the Christmas trader. They Australia Claim. Healthiest City.' Not Selfish. joys, only- the telephone.. the cackling .., ': '' < ,'t-.' >.",":!-' '
hie I :
I t, were picked too'sooA and marketed too 874De1:: claimed to be "Mary,":said the, sick bad man pronouncedIt to of the bens and rural mail delivery to $ ,?aIOr! ( ,Coihn -.l{ >
r were'IIOUr. The tD.the world. At .wife. After the doctor, her mind while shill far I
- and naturally their the heajtlueat city divert tolling 1
" ,I.wWn. is overstocked with them, and un-: the Australian Medical col creaa. held eredltore a, case.'-oaUJt.Utd.m of amallpox. "If_.t"atI.&8.7'of.-..&my t* ., Ottt JtftJ.>e quiet sintry.Taft .....- lWfpr:: $ ide&:: >bJ, W ,r j':

I : 'tff:'fhef-e-ought-up-the-( reenCy.,Itwas ..tateclthatua..tow1I'haa In condition to give them ger. ."' . t,
least a : .
iJ..i, vain for sweet ones. Next ,the lowest death rate of any city .' '" .
will long 10' lathe world som, tbing.-Tlt.Bfts.. the;; demand for this; property'irn w'stultedad: $ '
: ..,dealen are going to gt together ? ,.. -Owing to -
,.ui.yf t. ...,U Credk'sooletl.e: .yertiaing;the,price of,thm1otawUlb..dyaac.bsopertsntin'odyys4; :
Import v 'i'v. "
to na.veU ta ii' ,
r .; ,'" f and,.nrranga-not; 'Practical l Gom.stle teletce. .>. u-" f Be/end Powete "lnjure., W' .L4ta urban a4 q4.
I f- .. for the Christoan'trade.. It only' U tttU domestic srUoceH'Inquired -!' "'iTD. tyrant'will?bind-whstT.les ... TM \ rural; co-operative: credit;socletlee ..Ulndl .. .' h '.' !o" -..: 'OJ.1.r'D" :!

q:$ '' 'tutu, >the. ;'deinand.
star, ; / r ? ;. : ; of Making, hash; out.;of the 'head.L ,:; then, can''be. Dot I bIDet and'a working'capital of ,utDO;bf ....;. ,,.. ...... :"- J.. ';
r/J Don't Jorjtet that the price of "'wantf and Croquettesout,ot U.Mftr and, not,take away t' .'I'M.Jm.A.JulJkeae. :" :, which only 'I U'O U'.contributed., rp' i'bDe'"66-,, ? _. _,j I.J.}'!' 'j'"""!' .... .. ,' ") ioI -'. '. ,:I'---" \ ( _
... Uufcbeap, bull.vespJalaecl.heI':: *,'exprUnae4 .;that precept of,_:the?''sacl.ats: ; the government, '',TIt... aau... rind ... . ._ .....: '

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t''' I it, ,',;,'page'6 j e THE KlSS1n 'E' VALLEY GAZETTE' ',- . I February,'1912' s

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r : I I benefit, of Tampa, The Time' sug-
: The Kissimmee Gazette I
: Valley. ,
J of the Nar'coossee
extension - '
.J> .J* ,l.t-.1 1. - __J,__-0. S. I. ?, -_ -' geptedJhe 1 State Brevities \
} branch of the A. C. L,+, to a ,connection
." .1
; .witn the Florida East' Coast .railway;" oj-- -, '
n'' W.B.. HARRIS'a .. Editor and Proprietor ,
road to another'' outlet
give Tampa
<>, as a I Item gathered }here, and:amon*, a I

a I' ;" I ::.J.I; D. KUYKENDALL '., '.; ..... :. Associate Editor Other matters pressed so,much; at r the towni of Satiny Florida1l

, '; '. the time that this was neglected: but it .
:,' \ -. 'PtJBLISHED'' EVERY FRIDAY I i il about to come around all right'with ;

Kissimmee putting the first lien on It-: j Hon Geo. H. Munroe,.. a prominent
( r,'a KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Tampa Times. I Illinois 'man, .and part dwnef of thelargest Baking JPowder

.f .. J orange grove: at Daytona, dropped
-=-- ::, -::;:- :
,!' r: .. RATES'c Brick-paving: the streets of Kissim dead at his winter home at4 ay ffS&i
: .: SUBSCRIPTION mee has begun and the people of that AAw
-1'\\ tone uteiyPureWhere
t.On.,. ?\ .''copv i one year v, $hb0 prosperous and happy little city are
"k. Brooksville Is interested in rum9rs.oftwo
t : ..4- One i copy six month. .75 looking on with pleasure and Interest.

"' ?''1: ''""n One copy, three months .40 The first contract Is only.for a short new railroads which are to be built
< .
t ; section of a street, but when this is from that place.
AU communications, except from our 'authorized correspondents; must be :
{ completed contracts for several milesof A weekly newspaper is starting at
I;;> brick-paved streets, , will be awarded.TimeiUnion. Largo, published by a Mr. Mason. ,
e ': .I Rejected matter will not be returned unless! called for. Mayor Jordan of Jacksonville signedthe cake, hot-breads, crusts
-tr Catholics in | +immee are rejoicing Sunday theater bill. .
v y ff Entered at the POI ffiee in Kissimmee, Fla., as second-clan mail matter. or puddings are required
over the.preliminary'work already begun
-" Duval county has called for bids for
I "' on their new church in that city. Royal is indispensable.
"'" ,
:Prlc1.a.y. February 9. :13,2tax the paving of 15 miles of road.
f The.edifice. will have ground dimensions<

J l --- -- of 38x82 feet and a seating capacity of Col. Henry Watterson is spending .

\\Vl' AN IMPORTANT ISSUE .200. It will be of Gothic design constructed ' some week at Naples. The cold spell Royal is equally valuable ....
1'1 $ ef brick and stone. It is to came along in spite of that fact. '

''1.;C.1;, The time seem to be ripe for candl.; [ They SayJ cost about $6.000, and will be an ornament Jacksonville has been having an aero in the preparation of plain, .

; date..for the city council who propoae to IG..lmmee.Tlme.Unlon. meet. It has been airy enough this substantial every-day

'V'Ij': '>lo align themselves with the pro- week for any kind of an old aero meet. ,

; ,, 'ffressive elements of the city to declare 1 foods for all occasions.
the \
Fort rejoicing
;I .themselves either In favor!:of or opposed,
.t. Some remark made by\i Editor fact that through the generosity of a
1 V.. to an ordinance removing the cow from News of Week
'" ''I of toe State retarding Kitim- woman of that city, a boulevard is to
; the streets. With the many Improvement -
_--_-- _- be built for several miles along the made
'. ,'. ;F that the city and the individuals. mee and Kibnmeef great 0 The only baking powder

; :g.: }:: ,of the'clty are making the cows upon paper, The Valley Gazette. Leading event of the past seven river. This is indeed Rood: cause for from Royal Grape cream of Tartar .

the streets are becoming more and day summarized! for busy rejoicing.:

....". 'IV more a nuisance. There is every "Scenes in Kissimmee along the Valley Gazette reader A large sugar mill is to be established "

___ r'I _.:. reason to believe that the sentiment of shores of Lake Tohopekaliea" is the at Miami. 1000 acres of cane \jI1l No Alum-No Unto Phosphates ,

1\\ ..,' '__ ,the city is rapidly veering in favor of line under a group of pictures 'in the be planted at once.

,,1 '-' putting Kissimmee where she belongs last number of the Valley Gazette, and . M. McFarland was found guiltyof A falling pole in Tampa killed one #
murder. The attracted wide .
the issue arid candidates who case
f propose they are surely interesting and attract- man ar.d injured another. The pole
I attention. He was accused of substi-
\R, t _. fo offer themselves for the council ive. One shows a herd of fine cattle was decayed on the inside ana sound
f G fr"", should! state just where they stand on I another arretty home and others are tuting cyanide of potassium for head- outside. -
ache powders which his wife was usingin
..this issue. water views. The pictures are published -
(f t' :,. -7, =- ,- II with the inquiry, "What will Kis order to kill her that he might marry *- A"two weeks carnival of the Wood- T. R. vs. W. H. T. Opening of Skating Rink.

i : I I Jack Frost was arrested in Jacksonville simmee do with her lakefront?" Thatit his stenographer.The man of the World is in progress in The Republic state convention met in The Shating Rink Summers,
new on
,,il!" Monday. He must have escaped should be improved and beautified Mexican revolutionists have Tampa. Palatka Tuesday and immediately split, street will
open on Saturday night,
,....soon. .after=:-'--=- '.,- --=- -- cannot be questioned, for the possi- named Vasquez-Gomez as president.The The apportionment of the interest on one section going to a separate 'hall, Feb.. 10, with a dance, to which the

.!\ -Bryan's "double" has justdied. We bilities seem large and the land must provisional government headquarters the state school fund was made by electing delegates to the national convention public is cordially invited. Music by

be growing in value'all the time. are at Juarez. President Maderois State Supt. Holloway. It gives Osceola and endorsing: .Roosevelt for
always' thought W. J. B. was the only the Ki88immee band. H. M. Steen.
Times Union. nut alarmed by the revolution, and county $446.85, on an average attendance the presidential nomination The regulars -
1.1 'j' b one of his kind. 7-1t-p
i --..-. -- A statement showing the receipts at has sent Gen. Orozco, with 400 men, to of 993. endorsed Taft and nominated W.

't fA, ; ". Vice-President Sherman says Taft the Dostoffice in Kissimmee. recently-- --. handle the situation. R. O'Neal, of Orange county, for the Notice.

I will be re-elected. From which we published by the Valley Gazette, is President Taft in a special message ANNOUNCEMENTSFor governorship, endorsed 'Hon. H. S. -

I conclude that "Sunny Jim" is. real most interesting. The gain in four to congress urges a world-wide inquiryinto Chubb as national committeeman. The :I The public hereby notified that Mr.J. .

t! :opUmiat l years is shown to be over 100 per cent, the high cost of'living. He judi- Second congressional district conven- H. Bryan is no longer connected

,' 3 rat' Our choice for the presidency is C.I and the good work goes merrily on. ciously refrains from discussing the relationship Clerk Circuit Court.At ? tion nominated John W. Howell. I i with the Zante Naval Stores Co., and

Y, I fH. B. Floyd ot Apalachicola, from For the fiscal year, which closes March of the high tariff to high throughout the orient the county,1.oIa tattoo hereby of announce my friend myself I, neither the Zante Naval Stores Co., or

. :jWhose nimble drips like rosin 31, the Kissimmee postoffice expects to prices. > candidate for Clerk of the Circuit OoorlIn the PenlnsulaQi.val Stores Co. will be
i. pen poetry : \
and for Owjeola county at the""mlal pri confidence In me by doing my duty to the beetof
show receipts of over $10,000. "This thank for their responsible for any bills made by Mr.
J'* from a scraped pine tree. Just think mary. I wtfth to tbe people my abilityIf
The "A3"
submarine boat
t .how much more readable the 'men.ges amount," say the Gazettee, "would entitle English tlDa.aupport In the part, and noltclt their support reappolnted. I I and:ieoi'n: do all Nr.; : Bryan.:
.., f/ I collided with the gunboat Hazard and In tie If elected.'tW =-* mylaltbfal power to 'uphold law out .
should KissiAmee to. free delivery personal : to the with prejudice to nttne and wltb falroeu to allThanklOK .
would be if he write
fc'to;? Congress I' sank, off Portsmouth. The volunteercrew duties of th.omce. Respectfully.' you for put kindness I I respectfully ZANTE NAVAL STORES Co.;
t .gKl'e1J11. service, provided that all the houses of eleven wen perished. J L.OYgKSTR.FT: uk your support again JOHN C.JOK>s, PENINSULAR NAVAL STORES Co. \ ,,
'" were numbered and proper sidewalks Stale! Attorney 7-2t i'

4, \ J!: r And now the KJsslmmee paper are laid."-Times Union. Monsignor Giovanni Bonzano has been
".., 1 t stalking about"sans demarlieuxsalad" appointed papal-delegate: to the United For Tax Assessor. "

t J'as a delicacy to match Pensacola's gopher "Kissimmee is to have an aeroplane States. c I hereby announce my elf a candidate for the
I/ f factory," remarks the Valley Gazette. office of (neuter ol Oaceola county, anb.Ject .
: r p1 mbo. -Tampa; Tribune. Oh no, h-It.. Democratic the
to of the voters it
;: "This will be good news to the folks The sale of saccharine Js.barred from and If elected I promise to
'not but coming
,: "">*., as a delicacy a* a mystery toy primary Attention
who felt badly because the school of the United States, under the authorityof give.dJIIb attention to every detail ron- !
match that of gumbo soup, the why of the office. C. TUCK ELS
which nobody has ever discovered. aviation which wanted $5,000 and a lot the pure food law It being declared .

k : ot other things for coming here decided injurious to the health "

':rl' Political report has it that LaFollette to-go elsewhere." The Gazette Official Stenographer Blumberg, of For Superintendent of Public

:. ; : attacking Taft atthe, "instigation; of :. lays that the company is headed by the senate Lorimer investigation committee Instruction. Mr. Homeseeker

M ."' Not having a physiology Moses F.- Patton a young inventor who
,- declared that the alleged stenographic I hereby announce myself s candidate for the
r d. 'I'' handy we caj| 'on 'Editor Starrs to tell I II has excellent .backing, and that the note of a confession-by one office of Rnpeitntendent of I'ublio Instructionof .. ..
I Oiceofa county, subject to the will of the I ,
I Us what part of the anatomy the "insti actual work on the factory buildingwill of the witnesses were forged. -He was Democratic. voter at t coming primary,andIf .
of Roosevelt" is.-Pensacola within elected I will devote my entire time to the
gabon commence thirty days. The
. adjudged in "contempt" but other ex- dutlei of the oflice. ,K. D. OUICK.
'"Journal. We would suggest that the company is capitalized at 60000. perts will be called to testify as to

.,.' J"Instigation of Roosevelt" is probably Times Union.According whether the reports are false.

located in the neighborhood of the mouth. i For Member of the Legislature.I In. order to get you to come to Kissimmee and investigate her

b' to the Kissimmee Valley Senator LaFollette is so broken in hereby announce lIIy..II.1 a candidate tor wonderful opportunities for safe and profitable investments, I am
AGAiN Gazette an aeroplane factory is to be health that he will be to takea the office of Representative I from this in
i GUMBO SOUP required the Florid LeiitHlntnre. nubjert to ,count;; : 1 of going to help you to pay your railropd fare. Here is how I am going -
: established in KllIsimithin the
4 rest from his campaign for the Republican the '
the Democratic voter at coming primaryand to do it.8ellinninll..
] next thirty days. A capital ak:: the support of all the white voters of
,iI.: ." For the benefit of those editors who company presidential nomination. In the counti. 'B. CLAY: BTaNFOKD.: i
1 ized at $60,000 has been formed at Bir- February lit and continuing ninety days I am
;.. ;'ontlnueto[ wonder what Pensacola'a the meantime many of his supporters ,

." '' ft--,gopher gumbo soup is, we will state mingham, Ala. Recently this enter- have gone* over to Roosevelt.: ,. going to give you a rebate of two and one half per cent on all

." *.that the good road lecturer who was in prising town was a candidate for an For Tax Assessor. real estate purchases that you make from me, the amount of the

\ "KJsaimmee( the other day said that aviation school, which went to another The Standard Oil Company of Indi- thereby announce myself) a candidate for rebate in no case to exceed the price of your railroad fare.
f ana ordered a $29,000,000 stock divi tbe office of Tax Assessor of Uaceola conn IT.
gumbo is a nasty, black, sticky clay. city. According to the Kissimmee and solicit tb. support of the voter In the airpproacbiugDemoeratleprlm.Kry. for
dend. This is 2,900 percent. Furthermore I guarantee that I will charge you no more
r. t.t.We:: presume gopher gumbo is made brand of philosophy, half a loaf is bet- A. Ni.*.T.a. property than any of my competitors would charge you for the
,I from\ a gopher that was raised ingumbo. ter than none, and is now very happy United States troops are to be again
r3 '. ,. same property. It matters not if you are already here; if you camein
over the promised factory.--Fort sent to the Mexican border, followinga
; / i fall and want to invest little before
\ \ For Senator, 19th District.To last a money returning
Myers Press. serious revolt in Chihuahua
I .1 ; again.tPresident
northern home take of offer.
A LITTLE LESSON IN PRO. That's our philosophy, all-right, but Madero. Revolts are said to I hereby the announce Democratic that voters of Oaoeola candidate I countT for: your you can advantage my

;., '( .;.t.NUNCIATION.. we don't consider an aeroplane factorya be fomenting In several other parts of subject re-election! to the aa action Senator of the,'ro-e Democratic lath primary.I Dlatrtat.. Remember I have for all times anything in the way

:,, 'i t half loaf. the republic. th.okou sincerely for:four support lu the of Florida real estate that you could possibly wish and at the lowest

:. A lot of Rood folk. hereabout seem "A big steam roller for use in preparing Thirty indictments were returned in I pant respectfully, and If yon solicit approve, )sOu1)Ia.MASSEY my l)eglniative. record prices and on the easiest terms. Just at present I have three or

to be having no end trouble learning : the street for the reception of Indianapolis against men 'alleged: to four rare bargains that 1 am offering. If you want one you had

A.' j. to pronounce the name of the' associate I vitrified brick arrived ,ithis week," re- have been involved in dynamite out- For Marshal. better get busy at once .

editor. We don't blame ems Wet marks tbe Kissimmee Valley Gazette. rages. The' investigation grew out of

.. \ 'frankly\( admit that Smith is a much 1 "Several carloads of brick have been the McNamara case. The names have I hereby announce mvself a candidate Fifteen acrea just outside the city limits splendid quality of

{ t t" '''easier, name to say, and this is written received and the work of paving should not yet been given out. tor the office of marshal and collectorfor No 1 land high and j dry, good five room house, good deep well, new
I believe
of Kissimmee.
with' idea of anybody' city
i no 'criticising now go steadily forward. This means An investigation of the Everglades that I can fill the position to the satisfaction hog wire fence around ten acres, some three or four acres cleared. Price

h, C !pronunciation, but simply to present a that Kissimmee will soon have a good projects in which thousands of buyers of all, and would respectfully $45.00 per acre. The naked land is cheap, at the price.
)r ',,'diagram of the name that may bf help- many miles of vitrified pavements and solicit'the support of the voters at the
. have been stung has commenced by the An exact of No. 1 and .
tuL take rank with some ot the older approaching elect io/ No O counterpart lying immediately along
-t, Many call the name Kirkkendall and of excellence of Congressional Committee. It is charged WARREN. W. KING. side of it, except No. 2 has a four-room house and good surface
1 '' streets that [officials of the Department of
.;. ; 'many others pronounce it Kookendall. and sided ..-Times\ Union. well. Price 40.00 per acre.
+ 'Neither of these is anywhere near Agriculture suppressed the report of NOTICE '
c+ : If the "What Fertilization and Irrigation I I Engineer Wright, which would have No O Two beautiful! five-acre tracts, just outside city limits, on fine
1 -[,right. you were goingfio groi"eeryto 'hereby announce mynelf a candidate for &
buy' a peck of potatoes Will Do InJCissimmee" is the line abovea prevented the>frauds. ib'. :offloeof Marshal and Tax Collector. and I ,' hard road. Good close neighbors. Price $300.00 i per five-acre
; you uk the inpport of the good people of this' --1 "-
tract. r
) vfrwould, not either birk or boo the pota- picture in the Valley Ga- Ex.-Gov. Folk of Misaowri\ launched town. I am a poor man and I need It and I am
zette of January 26. The shows not a gambler whiskey drinker. I am
: i \toes.. If you were intending to guy a' picture his boom for the presidency.The for what :la right :'o.r if elected.' I will I endeavor; A Ten acres land, just outside city limits, overlooking the lake,
r probably would not either girk a field of cabbage that stretches apparently to do my duty. Ren'pt,. W. B HBNDKRHOM. No "
Oman you
Empress Dowager of China, has and close tb the new canning factory. Land in the immediate
half a mile in every direction. e SMaM aBaB a
;j'1' .or coo him. In view of these facts7'there Probably the field is not given notice that the throne will be vicinity of this tract is proving wonderfully productive. This is an ideal
quite aa large For Marshal
seems to be no good reason why. '
t for suburban home. Price $66.00
place a
abdicated for the Chinese per acre.
that but it is making way
as certainly a splendidlot
t i -jjyou should Kirk or Koo 'the associate I hereby announce self a> a candidate for

t ;;:'." .ecI1tor. The first syllable of the name of splendid cabbage. The picture Republic. the of offloeof. Manual. and respectfully and Collector ask the for supportof the oily No C Five to eight thousand acres fine Umber land, close to railroad,

fcft( .... " I II pronounced Ki, the ref* pronounced plainly shows the vegetables near the King.George and Queen Mary arrivedin the voters at the:coming election. promising one mile of beautiful lake front, fine land for fruit growing and
l faithful 1 aerrice U elected. Oso. K. Fienaa.
'".kendalL :When the two parts are put camera, and they are heart?and fine, England from India. They were 'received ,. general farming. Land immediately adjoining this( recently sold for $12.50
c'I," together I the chief emphasis come on practically covering the 'ground upon with a spectacular welcome. per acre. This would make a dandy little colonization proposition. Only

.: v :'the first syllable; secondary accent on which they are growing, and heading: Fred Noble of and I For Tax Assessor. three mile from two railroad stations. Price $6.60 per acre.
eon a plumber
:. -the'Jut, 'and the ''second syllable I.4sUght.d. I.'J i I. beautifully. It I. a picture that would I ".re",. announce BjMlf a candidate forth* V
ti Make market Mrs. Louise L. Suydam, wife of a office of Tax Assessor of Oareola county aad T'We
;? ; ., vRcally, two syllables ought any gardener envious, millionaire respectfully solicit the support of the voters lube
who months
eloped some
and without further approaching Democratic primary.' from Missouri-
.. .'.' Vf f to anyhow, Allrtght, now, proves argument ago, and have beert living together B. T. BUTUIK. are -
" t -" .lf7aD; together; KlfYkenlULl. Fin. that things will grow In Florida if anyone ,-.
since, committed suicide. Before :she
) ; i ?$ 'Lest 'alarmed itt give them a chance. 'he.field of Let "show -
.. % died Mrs. Suydam wrote, "I know'the For City us you"Room
cabbage pictured by Gazette Is
that the associate ..wiN
t' be stated
.;should of aid 1 candidate for the oil oe'of City Marshal

wages u death-and .in many a>m a
; \ ,' > 7 4or..ia not at an cranky about the- pro within the city limit of Kissimmee and Tax Collector. If elected I pledge s .
j ., eases those demand more than duties of the 011I_.
and the and wages faittatal discharge of the
intelligent modem
'. -'if' Vnanclstion, of his; iname.' He will sniswer death hell earth 7' F. W. Ptnwa..
I -
on : /
'r \ bears the methods of farming M successfully -
I : I :: to anything alightresemblance -
; \ 'yet'; to It-if you want to carried; on' by men who are handling the 1 A train was held up in.Arkansas'and Fdr State AttorneytotlieDMnacraUa DOWNING REALTV TCO.M .

t ?", : "1 Aim farm .. business man doe*_his-bank--:nearly $100,000()!) was tak..... v' JrtHdal .
subsciIptiotji givs ; o tbe7Ui
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1 t ... I 'I, price BeVeatb Judicial ca-euit of Florida, anbleai to A ", '
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'' e ' Yebriury-9 1912: : THE \ .. G,
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TUB Klsslmmee} Valleu GazetteTILEPP'ONE I' Dolly Madison High Shoes'for-Ladies ,.Mr.: ._BLJX'-Warfng-Aaold,: hi* St ,- ,- -- ,. .. -. ",. .. A

\ _.. NO. 11. only '''.60; at Caah :;tore.. ?' 6-tf Cloud hardware. ,stock to Mr. A, E. Don I .. ... -'"

1 J.-H. Harris bas as his guests for,the egan ', I

-- PjSL.lSHED'. EVERY i FRIDAYBY winter Mr.. and Mrs. P, A. 'Mann 'of Mr; W. W.X&andler.;'member o< the. "i' .
- South; ,Dakota, , School IJoard from Bassenger, attended Oerii.
WB.. 4A PRriIEe. The- the meeting Tueaday. Lake: Villa
:;:: Donegan, Cattle Company ,has .,
-- ' bought the R. D. Waring market in) County Commissioner Achies Baas of : ,

:: this city; St. Cloud, was In the city Monday, 'at I ... \ "I ,.

W ather.'Repor( Mr. 1t..E. Cow er of Indiana, is visiting tending the monthly meeting- of 'the .... .- -r-- . ';f
his parents, Mr.and Mrs. M. .S. Board ,

Following are the dally,.tem Cowger on Brack street. Mr. G.' A. Rolf of Wetmore Kan., Ha many attractive feature Among 'them it,

per.t.ure. and precipitation aa Dr. A..T. Holt and Hon. N. C. Carson was In the city this week looking alter ' /* t'Immunity
reported by the Government of this city attended the funeral of Dr. the estate of his deceased! father Rev. -

station at Kissimmee for the H. W. Tribble at Lakw City Thursday, T, E. Rolfe. : from undesirable neighbors.'r'

week ending Feb. 8, 1912. The steamer, Lillie, Capt. Johnson, Mr 'Robert 'N. Stite of Chicago is .

( MA*. KIM. SAIN left Friday morning) for a trip down the In the city for the winter. He la seekIng A-resident horticulturist who will .either take charge of your'
river, having on board about 76 land to add some Seminole$ relics to his
Friday . . . 64. 46 10 seekers. !: large Indian collection. property. or advise you how for it-yourself. .. ..

Saturday .. ... 65-39 . ,
Sunday.-:. 74 46 . Mrs. J. King of Orlando visited Miss Mr Oliver :Bass of Whittier, was in INVESTIGATE IT

Monday. ... . 66 '88 . King (in this city this week. She was the city Monday In _attendance upon J!
:J the Board of County Commissioners, of
.80' accompanied by Mrs. Geo. C. Crawford
... Tuesday.. .. .. 50 40
. also of Orlando. which he ''. a member.
Wednesday . 69 MThursday .. '
. . 14 'S3 . Mrs C. V. .Bearden has been quite ill Mr. W. N. Ingram of Oklahoma, ia at
'j J this week at her borne on Emmett the Grayatorie. This ia his second visitto '

a '," -- streetr She fs1 suffering. with an attackof Kissimmee and he greatly pleased Lake Gem Land Coin my
-- -- :: grippe'' with the Improvements he sees. .
.. > _
The new fountain at Broadway and Mr. .W. J. Pearce was In the city J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager F "
official business. He is the -, .. /
Stewart Monday on
FIELD.NN1tiN avenue was put in operation '
'F LOCAI ,, Friday. The plumbing was done by the member of the Board of County Commissioners KISSIMMEE, FLA. ,. .;;. ,

i Osceola Hardware Co. from Baaainger.

,_,, """" Mrs. L. J. Griffin of New Smyrna, WILL GIVE RECITAL I J +,y

spent several daya In the city this week /
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visiting her Messrs. J. J. and J. ,
Attorney H. D. Geiger visited his ; sons, -- -- ----- --- -- ------- --
C. Griffin, returning home yesterday. Attractive Program Will be Offereda F
last :
mother at Apopka_ Sunday. ,
Week from Tonight. .... ,
"Seminoles of Florida," revised edition The First Baptist church of Ocala
; $1.2S Kissimmee Drug Co. 6-tf opened the endowment fund campaignfor An entertainment will be given by

Attorney W. B. Crawford: spent a Columbia college at Lake City Sun- Miss Mary Gaines, Miss Fannie Lowe, Beauty on the Outside '

few days in Jacksonville\ this week. day by subscribing $27,000 to the fund. and Miss Louise Thomason, consistingof \

.. readings, songs and piano numbers,
'' Mrs. C. C. McKenney and Miss Lita,
FOLDING GO-CART for sale. BOX at the school auditorium, next Friday "
with Misses Mildred Wills and Lena '
60. 6.-tf Spicer all of Auburn, N. Y., are spending evening, Feb. 16. Admission 25 cents. u $.. ,- of jewelry cannot make up !or .lack 'of

Mr. J. S. Floyd of the Title GuarantyCo. a few wl'l' the home of Mrs. Miss Lowe and Miss Thomason are merit on the inside. We dont want' 'you I '
was in Orlando on business Mon- A. A. Simpson.Mr. well known here and need jio introduc- Y
day. tion to the people of Kissimmee. Miss '' (i P to be content with a view of the jewelry as ,
R. G. Thomas will start a large ,
Co. Gaines may be introduced by the fol- t R'd
Furniture '
Big sale at Kissimmee -V from window. Come inside-and'-
7-2t nursery on Alligator having pur- lowing clippings: seen our,
from Feb. 12 to March 2. newspaper
chased for that ?
purpose the Schneider Nashville Tennesseean: Miss Mary > it to the test of quality welfas k'
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cayman, of Minneapolis farm of 120 acres. His un -le. Mr. Gaines will leave tomorrow for Galla- t i put as

spent a few days in the city Walter Green, will be associated with tin, where she on tomorrow eveningwill beauty. The keener you examine 'it'the, yru

last week. him.A. Rive a song recital at the auditorium surer will be of its reliability and the safety with which'we .
_ 85c buys $1 worth at Kissimmee Fur- fire at Whittier Tuesday night under the auspices of the Daugh- you '
niture Co., from Feb. 12 to March 72tI 2. caused the total destruction of the R. ters of the Confederacy. She will be can guarantee it. I'I I:

D. Waring store, including; building and assisted by Miaa Martha Malone aa
I There will be a meeting of the Village stock. Thore was some insurance. The reader. Mias Gaines has a dramatic '. '.,

I : Improvement Society at Chapter building was owned by Mr. A. E. Don- voice of great volume and range, and A

House next Tuesday afternoon( Feb. egan. her teacher prophesies great things for C. A. COLEJEWELER

1 13, at 3 o'clock. her.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oliver have issued -
look for order of t e.s Nashville (Tenn.) Bauner: Miss Mary
You can your invitations to the marriage of their AND 1 t
with Grilling Bros. Co., at the freight daughter Gaines baa returned from Gallatin OPTOMETRIST ,t' ;
Mary Lee to Mr. Randall J.
depot after 11 o'clock, Monday Feb. where assisted by Miss Martha Malon. ,
7--lt- Keen, the wedding to occuron Wednesday f
12. as reader, she a most delightful
\ J
l evening, February 21, at their
I D. Kidd will hold recital evening before au-
. The Rev. David home on Olivers Island. Friday an .
services in the Episcopal church on Sunday dience that filled the auditorium. This .
next. Morning prayer, sermon and Messrs. Benner and Trussell, vice ia the first public recital given by these I

I holy communion at 10:30 o'clock. prosident and superintendent of the. .El-. young ladies and their friends are enthusiastic -
more Company or Chicago; arrived in over their success. Miss
Any work: done next door at the to Cash postoffice Store Kissimmee this week en route to Lake Gaines leaves tomorrow for her home\ ___ t,
Jewelry Shop 2-tf Okeechobee. The entire trip from Chicago
if fully guaranteed. P. G. White. in Kissimmee Fla..
of Al- was made in an Elmore can. Sumner County (Tenn.) News:' Miss
:Mr. and Mm. George Venable
flL visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Tine field-grown Roses. Miss Jean Gaines has 84 beautiful soprano voice -
.\ edo are Caldwell. Greenhouse Phone 83. 6-tf and ,her singing was a delight to 'the.
t.' ' intending to remain for the .. '\
'L W. Bocce "
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: .
;tW" rest of the winter, a It was rumored Wednesday night audience "" '.

tiriffing Bros.: Co. tree delivery:, at that John Ashley 'the slayer of.the At "he( Opera.(House. 7 /, ....i
freight depot next Monday after< H Seminole DeSoto Tiger: had been seen .i"Y
o'alock.; 7-lt in this city. No attempt was made to The opera house under the manage-

arrest the suspect. Ashley was Deported ment of Todd & Key, was opened on I
Mr. and Mrs. 'Jas. S. Galloway and also to have :been seen earlier in the Wednesday night of this week with an KII68II..mB'i
Mich., have arrived :
daughter, week at Fort'Myers. engagement by the William TriplettCo. I
in the city to spend the remainderof
The theater has been renovatedand
the winter, and are quartered at the Rev. L. L. Pickett "gave, a very inter was very comfortably heated at

Graystone. esting address at the Baptist church the opening performance under the new .

Get our rubber stamps, make us ship- Thursday night under the auspices of management. The Triplett company .. ABK : .
ment of fruits or vegetables. Our the W. C. U. His subject, a temperance remained over for a second performance .
sales will please you. Peninsular produce theme, was, "The World's Next on Thursday night. This company is .+
Co.. Jacksonville, Fla. 0-tf "
Kissimmee Orchestra
Great Battle. The
to be commended for the cleanness of t
Will Bryan Chapter, U. D. C., will furnished special music. their play. .for their evidently ear- t'

meet at the chapter house next Wednesday Services at the Presbyterian church nest efforts to please. Beyond ,tftiis the . . I.
afternoon at 3 o'clock. This is and old adage. "Least said, soonest mended .
next Sunday, mornipg evening.The
for the election ot ',.1
the annual meeting 11 o'clock theme will be "An Ap- should perhaps be applied The .

officers. proved Workman." The evening serv- plays themselves were devoid of any ,

Ship your fruits and vegetables: : to ice will be a special one conducted by, great interest and the acting was me- P f-
Peninsular Product Co., Jacksonville, the Endeavor society. All are 'most diocre. Fair scenery and appropriate +
Fla. Satisfactory sales and prompt re- costuming were redeeming features,
n"-" cordially invited:
turns. and an orchestra, small in numbers but l'
of Junction City, 1912 Catalogue now ready. Write for
Mr. J. W. Lott large in noise successfully drowned all
valuable and
it. Much agricultural
Kan., has purchased the Eby property poultry raising information. Crenshaw semblance of conversation between
in South Kissimmee through thy agencyof Bros. Seed Co. 7itWe acts. All the patrons whose dispositions -
The Land that has
the Elite Realty Parlor Lakeviewcottage of f were in good trim managed to get
are in receipt program t>
by Mrs. Summers. out of the
managed some enjoyment plays.
Lakeland which meets
the Chautauqua,
V If choice, awl you are particular, February 1525. The remarkably strong An Important Deal fulfilled all promises
and dispatch.
186 for accuracy
phone program includes some of the leading
Will call and make estimates from your workers of the c'buntrv'e. *. A realty transfer of more than ordinary -
own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer Lyceum
and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 5-tI Rucker Adams, Lakeland, will give desired importance was effected this week '
information regarding the Chau- when Mr. Harry Hunter, president of
Owing to the disagreeable weather on the Hunter Land Co. bought the fine
dismissed for I tauqua.
Tuesday the school was bungalow of Mr. R. D. Waring on
the day shortly after noon. This is a I Mr. and Mrs. Sanders of Minneapolis Emmett street which is nearing coml '. .

rare occurrence here, so fare! in fact'!' and Mrs. E. H. Copeland, wife of letion. 9
that protection against cold is Vice President Copeland of the Southern -
.# adequate Our people will be delighted to havea
trot considered necessary. railway! arrived in Kissimmee man of Mr. Hunter's calibre interested I

We have pleased others; we will Wednesday evening to visit their uncle in Kissimmee and a possible win- ,
please you. Ship oranges and grape and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. New. ter resident here.
fruit. Peninsular Produce Co., Jackfonville house. The trip was made in Mr. Cope-
50-tf ,
Fla. land's private car.
Laymen's Meeting.
Mr. M. Phillips left last week for I If you have property you desire to ear "
Quitman Ga., his old home, where he sell, see C.' Buckels over K ta'. store. Our next meeting will"be held at the
will be married next Sunday to Miss He has had fifty-one years experiencein Christian church Sunday afternoon fct {,
Sallie Griffin. Mr. Phillips will remain'' Florida and knows what the people 3 o'clock/Jed by Bro. W. H. Jones. All

"hi Georgia till the fall, when he expects want w-tf men and boys most cordially invited.A. ..

to return with his bride to Kissimmee. Mr. R. K. Gellatly, of Chicago; who, S. NELSON, Chairman. b
with his traveling companion Mr. Roy
C. Buckets, over KaU's store, has been ...venlweeb For Mayor. '
Flor- von Bampus, baa spending
.. had fifty-one years experience in at the Graystone has just received 1 hereby nnouae* M a cutdkUU for Uu Kissimmee Valley, Land Company
ida, and knows what kind of propertypeople olllee of ..*,or .( KlMlmnxw-Mui Ktlldt the .
wantAlf you have any gulf' a handsome, new 18-foot launch support of the Toten of the. din. 11 .l.ct.d 1
will.DdM* aee him; I if win nay yon. which now adorns the water front. Ina city a rood bnsiaoM. administration darins the "f.

Thos*.who.have. been watching development few days these young men expect to 00..1.year; K. c. BaYAH. tt. B. HOUCK, Resident Maalrer' E _. ;'war/ I ,

at ,Cape Breeze will be interested I start on a cruise through. to Fort My- for Sale. -'r.:4, ** *,
to learn that the City Council ers.,';ifrom' "which, place they.will ship '. : :

voted this,week to Install the city water their, I launch to: Panama 'and' ,.take amiss Big bargain Five-room bungalow, '4., ..&. 1"' *.tf\' ti tir \
: atone* and the laying of.sidewalks through the>> big ditch .' .v- with bathroom; good water; lot. 64x100 KJSSIMMEE. '. .FLORIDA'' ,,' 't
feet. Will aeli for actual po.tsfjptstbifdipgr ,' 00:'f,l"A ]
wttt next week: Next week aaowfllse > new black-striped cream :.
begin A ,. aern ." '
the beginning of building suit,- ordered ,then unclaimed, will be Tbei house,e.w.Iocat-. 4, t ', v .... 'IM. 4 j. a ; *
s ,.. '; ,
: : E..Leweqeotlamene ; sold at a bargain; also serum "silk- ed on Bermuda'avenn we*t'and Hugh* J' ., ra >. .- "" '. ;}/,r .. .'',0-1, 't'" "" I ,,. :,/j.. ,?!" .
Dennis .
operations,* a,; Ia,. ... , .', .. .!'
i j ahalf cot. lined, marquisette waist;:'j fatJlt..ara'sq .y street s I :..,will a story and .-. - <,i ', Fla."l/, :; ((, '/,:;*> v\ 1 rT-ltp..
J.i tag do his IOton N.ptun.road -
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:: ; I F =- _. -.-. ,---- -.. : i .CITRUS CONDITIONS, ,Farm. and'.Field"Fencing f
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"Florida Grower" Officially Advises .

y'' ;'-'. :,You'll II/ike ". Caution in 'Shipping.This : t .

J is the time to display caution in
marketing the citrus crop. It is no time n

for conservative growers In or out 01: THE STORE, THAT APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE. '
: the Exchange, to rush madly to market

J Liberty Park just because prices are good. They will ,

; not stay good very long If this is done. Republic Lawn Fence Onyx Enameled Ware
l. i With a wise and cautious movement of

; : fruit prices will be high all, through the Safety Razors. Saws, Both Hand and Crosscut. .;
season, and the prices for the later frufi 1 "

will be higher than at this time. Mr. Galvanized Iron Refrigerators '

1t Where Life is Worth Burton says that there is grave, danger
) that before we see these high prices we Aluminum Ware _. Varnishes, Kyanize Fixall Jap-a-lac f

will lower He that if
see prices. says ''
\. Excelsior Stoves and Ranges
r{ last year the grapefruit market was insatisfactory .
1 condition and could have
'! Screen Doors Window Screens
., .t.1.t.'Iff'
been the entire
kept so through season
Away from crowded apartments without room enough for S. '
but as soon as there was a little scarcityin S
f : comforts; air enough for breathing; not sun enough to giver .
good daylight, and absolutely no play room for the children. Chicago Kansas City Cincinnati and X 4 j
the markets rushed in-
Come to Florida where you will have sunshine and pure buyers 'VJ
the state and rushed the fruit ROSS GRAVES
...... air amid the singing birds, flowers and cultivated gardens, bought .
back to market and then followed
,ti where your children will lose the pallor of the city.and romping -
I\ of in the
;, in the green grass will grow up in health and strength and f log uit period market.: depression The growers who grape-sold THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES.YOUR TRADE ;J

f q is fruit congratulated themselves that
they did a fine stroke of businessj and
1 LIBERTY! many of them now, no doubt are pat Motor Supplies PHONE 60 Furniture, Stoves "a a.f

h .: you may realize all you have longed for-a home with all the ting themselves on their anatomy and ,

,,1 t.. .' charms of the country, yet near enough that in a short time feel proud that they stuck the fellow <

ti s you' will enjoy all the comforts and conveniences of the city. who bought the fruit; when, as a mat- ASK FOR ROAD "

I "' f Only one-quarter mile from the city limits of Kissimmee. on ter of fact, they not only hurt their '1

G r e an Improved hard road, along the survey of the new electric I neighbors, but themselves. '

." railroad. The'best of citrus fruit and truck land, in five- and Regarding the policy ol the Florida: M. Cloud Citizens Desire Access to Every Child :

fc' *pt 4' ten-acre tracts at $60.00 per acre that will be worth double I Citrus Exchange Mr. Burton says: _

"* t te., _.thia.yaJua within aJew-maptha. The country around Kissim j "It is our purpose to move the bal- East Coast.A .j
: "i' mee is fast improving, and those who get in on the ground antc of our holdings on order with onlya number of representative citizensof

t1 floor will reap splendid rewards. There is no uncertamty I sufficient, amount going ou' to keep, a St. Cloud appeared before the Boardof Loves J

S about the increase if you invest in LIBERTY PARK. reasonable supply in the auction market County Commissioners on Monday to
\ which do not their fromus "
get supply
present a petition for a road to the

I' I'lt on order. We are sellingorangestoday East Coast. They asked the appoint- Ice Cream

: Som. othtrJbargainB which w. ore offering at $2.25' f. o. b., and do not expect ment of a commission to meet a similar

I i to see any lower prices this sea commission from Brevard county to discuss
.r .....JjU) 501-An attraclUe borne in'l'ineI Florida write or call on us quick, as this son.
;-'dale. This property is just outside of property will not be on the market long the matter of a bridge over the St. YOURS are no exceptions

,''.:t,. ',, Tdty limits, on high 6 ruund. House at the price named. This/ property we I "For the last thirty days we have Johns river. They also asked the County and they have a way of
I!. two-story and contains eight rooms, are offering for a short time for $12,600. been engaged chiefly in watching the Commissioners to provide for a surveyof ; 4/NIT'
i, and hard oil Unish, two Will sell whole into wheels around. Our have getting what they want:
'. .; all plastered as a or divided\ two go shipments the route of the proposed road. There
\ :porches, fine well and large barn. parts if desired.No. been light up to the past week, owingto is at present no thoroughfare from this many times you give them Cream, against your better judgment -
', t Is located
-Thl bouse tire-acre
4 #-- >-'tract, with beautiful view.of the city 221-This Is one of the handsomest the short supply in the state, the severe section directly to the East Coast and because you doubt the PTRITY of the Cream. Is" it

S 'and lake. Land is adapted to cttruflfrulte homes close to the lake, house is damage to California, and the excessive this road is intended to open up the intervening not so? That is the reason you should INSIST upon havingour
and trucking. This property can new containing Mix rooms, pl..swl.cdthruughout cold weather throughout the
territory and to give commu-
hard' oil finish electric cream.
be bad for C320Q on very favorable
sections of
marketing the
;L :'terms. Will introduce customer to lights and hath, nice shrubbery in country. nication between the Kissimmee valley WE MANUFACTURE FOR THE DEALER and can furnish the
owner and let them deal direct. .. yard. Just the place for anyone desiring "We have advised our people not to and the East Coast at Rockledge. or PUREST of CREAM for LESS THAN HE CAN MAKE IT. We use
: a q +rt-, cosy home where they rush their fruit to market, believingthat Cocoa it being hoped that the openingof but the purest of tested cream, pure flavorings,. ,NO ADULTERATIONS
!'Sky', V.:No. 304 Improved; farm, located on can get the benefit of the breeze from as soon as sufficient time elapsedfor or CHEMICALS have the largest and best equipped' plant :lin
the road will be followed
S. I r 1 beat road In Osoeola county, 11 miles the lake almost every day in the year. the fruit to out in by establishment the State-Ilygenic and Sanitary in the strictest sense of the words. \
I' from depot. 10 acres fenced and in I Fine view of lake from front veranda. dry California of some kind of transportation SPECIAL ORDERS for Socials,, Receptions. Fairs and Banquet. are
i' high State of cultivation; best trucking This property Is offered by the owner there would be a strong demand for line across the country. The promptly filled when they are received through your local dealer.
I ', laud la this section. Has good well, for a short time; we will introduce cus- Florida fruit. It has come. Other matter is Under consideration. -- --
..' cltiage stable shed and'poultry tomers to Owner and let them deal
1"7": 'S-room wagon dealers in Florida persisted in shipping TAMPA DAIRY COMPANY \ ,
bouae. All ready for purchaser direct.
oranges during the dull period thereby
I to begin work without any delay or Fortune In Burro' Kick CORNER SCOTT STREET AND LOZANO AVENUE
..zpensaotclearing land and waiting No. 436-Seven-room house 3 rooms depleting their stocks. The past week' Local and Long Distance Phones 630
f} plastered, 4 coiled 2 porches, poultry Once, In Colorado, a miner who bad
they waked up to the fact that there "
pro.duo. I house wood shee fine well 171 feet been kicked In the stomach by his burro TAMPA FLORIDA .
; but little fruit in .
too growing all kinds of citrus fruits; deep, two loU 69) feet front each 135 was tne. Exchange.At found when be began to dust off ,
I F "H"<
i tags while land"Ja being farmed. Price This II a splendid bargain at $1250. solicitor for a commission concern every from soft quart staterlng to 'em-
f v 10b0 Term If desired. Terms on half if desired. See Os early in Florida the Exchange
on part operator except and be was made. ,
", . if you desire property of this descrip- l4t
L L No. 435-House of six room., with is scouring the woods buyingup .
) ..waterand sewer'connections locatedin tion.No. every little crop that can be bought,
two .blocks of postoffice. House is 437-We are offering some very paying as high as $1.50 on the trees for ._..T :
!. ;plastered .wOod' work hard oil[ finish; desirable resident lots located three fruit. Sales ,
ordinary are reported as
blocks from Court House on nice high '
Jot 64x1471 with 19 full bearing orange I
v trees) in the yard. You can stand on elevation, for$300.. Alley in rear of all ,high as.(2 on the trees for best stock." Ii
the porches and pluck the fruit. Call these lots. Cash, or short time.' Let .
44no and allow us the privilege of us ,show you these lots. .. S .

showing you this desirable home. No. 303-Small farm inside of city FROSTED ORANGES( 0 : '

% Na SOS.; Splendid new 6-room house limits. This property consists of a five- '
just inside city limits fine deep well acre tract within a quarter of a mile'of
lot contains two acres of ground, good Osceola High School. Small house, fine California Delicacy Is Not Appreciated Is the Title Good ?

Dew barn,,wagon and buggy.sheds, ail- four-inch flowing well land all in 'Culti-
J.5 under good new fence. Fine location vation. City is building very fast in In New York.
,), i 'for small truck garden or poultry ranch. this direction; lots will soon command a
-.this) is a fine proposition where you willVwill good price if owner should desire at any New York, Feb. 2.-The bulk of California -
time to subdivide and sell it for residence
have the freedom of the country, oranges coming this week were
Ly.t close enough to enjoy all the adantagea purposes. Price 1300.
either frosted in California route
t or en ,
) of the city such as splendid No. 291 Three choice resident lots Is the main and should always be answeredby
't P ': .' ,'.iugh: school, best markets churches, fronting marled street In southern perhaps some of both. There is one question
1 : Price $1500. on certain the bulk of the fruit is
,{i\. ," portion of city elegant view of lake a disinterested authority. T.he:
: r ''No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres; just where you can act the benefit of the pretty bad. These conditions, with
;ehort distance beyond city limits on cool breezes that blow almost contin- cold weather prevailing: here, which
Si :Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid ually. Good health locality, fertile k aep peddlers and stand keepers from .
filgh school, churches and market. Price soil and good street-all that makes doing/ business, caused quiet conditions
:rf.: ;$30.00 per acre.. Terms on part if de- life worth living is; found in thin section Title.Guaranty Co.
,f..dsired. of the city. Will sell these lots in the trade: Large sized California '
S 7 singly or If you 'desire will sell the oranges free from frost few of which ,
r. > COLONIZATION LAND three which will make one large lot were offeren, sold well. -Njnety-sixes ,

''.* *'Io..400-Tbla is a tract of 8,100 1471x140: feet. Price 500.: brought as high as $5.30( per box.'Small will search and examine the title to the land which ". "
Well located forsjubdlvision
S" ( cres timber land. No. 432-New bungalow consisting sizes, free from frost, however were

j borders and colonization three lakes purpose of four large and two shed rooms, on dull- ranging from $2.40 to $2 75. The you are about to purchase, in Osceola County or else- ;
.. It on .
lot 147x147& feet, well 107 feet deep 20 '
bulk of the fruit and
c," iRallroad within three miles of tract. young fruit trees and young shade great was poor where in Florida and if found to be good will Guarantee !t
"A '.". 3000 feet of lumber to sold under $2. Florida doing
..,''Will out 2500 to trees set in front of lot This prop- oranges are ,
,r I '. ',the acre. This If will sold bring In small splendid tracts.returns erty is near to the lake and is a de- well and are showing less decay you against loss by reason of mortgages, Hens,
t+ I to owner liKbtgul place to live ; land is high than at any time in the past few weeks. ,
., | Our price $6.60 per acre: and just the place .for a nice quiet The best fruit coming is ranging from unpaid taxes and adverse claims.It \
home where you secure the breeze from
-J,;t / Jio. 381-A 20-acre tract located on the almost $2 75 to $3.15 with an average of $2.25to
continuously. Price $1300
is our to protect our clients and patrons _
: '. marl road, two miles from depot onkjf
term on part if desired.No. $2.5Q and real poor stock down to ,
t4; ,' ,,8': Cloud road Property has good $SI.60. Porto Rico fruit did better cultivated against investments in imperfect titles. We accomplish
I / nd orange groveYrolm
'.f"? teeingg grove will 415-Very desirable vacant lot selling at $2 to $2.75, and wasty '
//-'I-n+ Th yield
containing three acres, just outside this by a thorough search of the records and
I "f"; ,' 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each city limits in West Kisalmme, good wild fruit at $1.25 up. ,
",-" ;,.ear. Sufficient land cleared and In place to start poultry farm truck Florida and Porto Rico grapefruit is
..., *" increase to twelveor or the issue of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate .
cultivation to grove
'v, garden. Close to churches and school.A hitting the hfgh places For desirable
fifteen acres, and at sanie time can
be t.DVlI'arden truck desired. bargain at $175. Let us show you sizes $4.50 to'$7 and sometimes higher of Title.TITLE.
: this lot. t
I' f J' If lasearch of property" that will bring Is being obtained. Large off sizes-.sell
r. .. results this fall and at all times while No.402-Fine 20-acre orange grove located at $3 to $4.

extending new grove, investigate this. inside city limits, close to school ---- --_-
r'h This property! convenient to town and churches. This property consists .
irreverence.You '
ores marled rotdon, one side'une end. of forty acres of land twenty acres of
Price ".000. which raIn bearing orange and grape- know how it la when a man
fruit trees ten acres additional cleared crows fat and the roll. of fat at the fo
$ ORANGE GRQVE and in cultivation; good five-room cottage back of his neck are sort of piled one CO. Fh

k h llo. a8s-Tw. tj=ftve-acre orange ; 'two deep wells. This is an ex- above the other, until stopped by the GUARANTY ,

; r rove.'all under good fence; Railroad cellent Ideation where ,you will have base of bit skull. Well, a man with '
vr rune through grove; station adjoining the freedom of country life with city the rear of his neck disposed that war '
't rproperty; good school and church within advantages. Possession can be secured was sitting at the theater one evening
Florida do on before purchasing. Price, $9,500; termson
be in
'that can grown reverentThe --
f a ,''this place. If yon desire a home in part. latter contemplated the exuberant Capital Stock $1OOOOO.OO" ===EE :

; '., layers of flesh surmounting the .

1; j "',' '.' S. ... tat man' collar. Then pointing td CARROLL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary l.i
them remarked,
sotto voce. to the
companion beside him: R. : Gen. Counsel
/ "Look at the plateof buckwheat\ ..
: E.M.M1MKER&CO.; "
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I Home Office BI! bee Bpildinge'.Jackstfville. Fla.
#' fir *; 'Ir 4 w i it Circuitous Retribution. _
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k ; 'r' \ I. VU ; ,- "Didrot? help elect that man because Branch'Otfice: Kissimmee, FlaI ..

yl :* OYefcOsceoIa-Pharmacy! :- of. his personal popularity I ._ .
'jr: ; rNo.; ,replied Farmer OorntoiaeC"I ; ,
; ", ,<..'. ? >& .vr, >; /r7, r ;had ,my suspicions,of him for.' .a .1

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:aL" CULWATIWr. : GROVf "85" Advertising -Did' .IL. Call for Democratic CongrsMlonal.

'" -y "Florida has more tourist within lU Primary. :

Osceola Lumber: Agricultural "'.Bulletin tells' How and Writer In Dixie' Says Florida Needs gates today this In any previous yearIn ,To fre..lolmal the pemocratlo: Dlatrlot Voter of Florida of the Beoond Coo-

the height of the. season, February The Campaign Commltte, *ol the. Deaocrtl i i.

When: to, Db Work. 30 Minute Law' 15 March 1. This .condition 'did not Oommlttee trieS of the of BMM! the ot Second Florida Congreaaiona hereby.. P")*lit-notlcea -

come by accident declare the Halifax follow: I
In his quarterly) bulletin for last April By way of a little''soothing yrap 1'1...... A Brlnury election forthnomination' -
Company Journal. 4' by concerted of a Ifennoaratia candidate for Congraa. 1_.
Commissioner of B. T. Mc- to help us forget the discomforts and aid .
Agriculture effort the of the cities and the'r' dlntitet to the aixty.thlrd Conar..... of the
on part
4 United Stake will *be held 01\ the 20th of
IAn ot Florida valuable delay of what the peop1et
gave we, common .
., newspapers, with some help from the April. A, P 1111:1: '
'- '--- -DBAJLBttSI pointers to the man who U expecting to bave to endure on the rail. the 54oomd. Should there be a fallnr la the
railroads. It shows the possibilities of Motion for tbe nomination of a I>emonr.tle',
I plant a grove. This Information U basedon year around, we are now being handedthe candidate for Congrea* from th*> said dlitrlot

actual experiment: covering a period usual annual dope about "palatial. advertising. The Journal says that tob.. Hl ty-4hlrd Congress of the United ,,,
Rough and Dressed Lumber with' this evidence of what can be ac- 8l te a aooond primary will be held on tbe
of years, and Is'not only valuable but I.1 ." "handsomely! appointed," ""pal With nay of Mar. A D. 10i$. .
omptished It should be the-work 9f.ey.- Third. An election: ol a new Democratic
I' as authenticv-a .any document could be ace on wheel*," "magnificent," "..ub.erb" .and from Aovgreealonal Committee fur said dlMrlot will"be
this time
city town to
erY vn held on the auth day of April. A. D. 1012, to -'
made. Commissioner MeLin : train .which condescend to honor
WINDOWS DOORS says get ready for next season. "'Notcmly be eompoaed of one member horn each _nt) '
There ia probably no other aubjectln the union depot a few week of ach In said dUttlct to be ehoarn by the Ixmocratlovoter
get out the advertising it says, "but of each oounty respectively.
SHINGLES LATH BRICK UME I.citrus growing that formerly elicited BO year arriving "in the city on time." build houses Fourth. The rule governing the auto prl-.
,, more more apartment '
mary lection, aa promulgated I 'by tbe Democratic
4 much heated discussion aa did the ques- Bunk! Prunes and mdra bunlct I State Committee ahall : la
"! houses, more hotels. We predict that oontrol the
I. 'tion of the .time and kind of Cultivation. There'* that culprit, 85 or the West primary election of a nominee for CO........ .
Lr by February 15 there will be so many where applicable and not inooniillent with
{ Usually the debater Ignored entirely Indian, Mail for Instance, scheduledto apeclflo requIrements of this committee.
tourists in the state there will be lack
.. > the kind of coil, the character of their leave Jacksonville fot Green Cove of accommodation for them."Times a Boeaaary Fifth. Any legal white qnall Democrat.fixation* possessing for:: repreenlvtlve the'

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL land. and the! l length of time during Springs Palatka DeLand Sanford," In the Congress of the United Hate from
Union. aald district -
( may become candidate for the '. ,
1 which, they Had practiced their particular -I Tampa at 2 o'clock each _afternoon nomination in aRId rIt'r.f.: : election by BUng -
.1 find that but arrival of with the chairman t committee. vi.i
hobbies. due leave
We therefore. actually to on
HOB. Q L. Baltwll at Femanrtina, Florida, ODor
JI. .J& Free Delivery to All Parts of Qty JI. JI.' the sect were divided into practically, 85 from New York,' which may blow in Order fif Publication.In before the lat day of Maruh, A. I>. 3919.l a; '
written atatement aa required ur Law, of his
( three schools: The perfectly culture any time between 2 o'clock one day the Circuit Court of the Seventh JudlMaJIroult. . .. to be such ralitlldt which atate*
<' In endfor, Owrola County tttal. of meat ahall algnnd by him and ahall be aocompanled _
who considered it and 2 o'clock the :
a disgraceto next.
men Klrtrl" liiChanc\ ..ry. with Throe liundnMt. anti Heventy

have a sprig of grass visible in their It is the abominable policy of the R. r.. Warlnif. Comiilaluant .. five Collar* a* an assessment. to aid In defray.
va. Ing expenses' of 'holding ald primary election.Htxtn.
._ groves; the school who argued that railroad operating this train (I'm going William 'J. 3revn. J. llnrlwrt.l Candidate: for momborahlD.on.
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J Otto F. VVIiikfliimci.All Bill
( Remove
rt-vii. Congressional not be requiredto
wild cultivated to write this article without giving
since our trees wert never nernnti 4hcr lhn the loud: from pay any avamanient and shall make their

in the wild state, therefore the the'railroad a free mention) to hold shove namixi -iarlltM 0 Rtfl_' .. 1111... :application for plane on the ballot to the CeIpeolh'e *
inu an Interim In thf> proffer" county oommltt ci.Seventh. ..
4 TRAiNS FROM THE WEST 4 grove trees should not be cultivated; the Jacksonville-Tampa connectionuntil I' I.. Utia bill denrrllwd, 1 1)... j Thin omnmlttr will canvass the
n.danu.. return of tich election and declare the reault.
I New
later a third school sprang up that considered the irrival l of the one from ,l4.all whom It may cfonaern: and will i lu dueaeaaou'I lue Inltructlon and

it entirely' proper to cultivate York instead of sending it out on time. li aiiiiearliifc from the sworn bill of complaint. promulgate rul. thereto
't fled lu thin C'ue Uiat, them are .persons Inutr Ordered. and done under and by virtue of
during the drier part of the yeArs) but In this way only one train is operatedand Kttxl llo the imipunInvo'Teil' In thin .ult. th the power given tin under the law and rnl-. of
-VIA- er than the. known defendant, and thai the the oommltue ibis Silk day oKJanuarv. liniU.
ceased cultivation altogether during the the railroad is in pocket so much.
I ;/ { namttM ot Miioh perMoim ao intorwliUHl are vu L. 8.&Loft",.,..
I rainy part of the year. It speaks\( well With an eye to a schedule which looks known to the complainant: and that' relief ifpriypil Chairman Campaign Commltte. of 1/emoorallo
Ji. aid lull of Uomplalut aialnut I iuctlIlllkllOWII ( . .
'onl( : .m. n.I' o"K. Diet of Florida
) LINE for the hardihood.of the orange tree to good in print ten whole$; are dH(,,,lllHlltH., Attest: Jeans HURT*. tleerel."' 6.111
ATLANTIC COAST It I. therefore order..4 that all pemona claim -. -- ..
be able to endure'and produce a pay allowed the New York trai'4J'or de. lng an Intofrnt. and toth..I"lIowIDRdtW'nlwd

.\ ing crop under all of these conditions of lays and to make the Tampa connec- promTtr. KltnalM, in the County of Oscvola, Order of Publication .
I Mute ol Plorldn, tu-wlt:
cultivation. Some of the school of tf'on in this city.Experience The ,wnitliweiit guarier the southwest quar In the Circuit; fonrt of the Hernnth Judicial
twr of thn eoulhcaitt It".r.' ..,,1101 i four (41> ofhpction circuit. In and. ,..r. Onceola County, BUM of
Limited' moisture old
Seminole clean cultivation conserved the has shown the
"Dixie Flyer" V_ poor tweiity-nv* ((2.'> UiwimMp. lwentyflve2A Florida In Cnanoery. "**
r ? I of the soil by using a liberal organic Floridiaas that this schedule is practically \ >.,.south. of rose' twfinty-ififfht (:!Mi. ea..t. do II C. rfMrnford. romplaluant. va. J. 3. Merrill,
.pl .r 1i Ihe .lomplainant'' Hill ol Complaint and ...ioot.n persona. claiming an Interest
i "South Atlantic Limited" mulch. Some in fact, went so far as nothing more than a joke yetit hvrpln (tiJtI' Oil or b'fere tlio Rule day orJ cbruary -...400.'''._1 : 1'irl to thuhlh of elite
uit dai February .
all other eraoo.. other than the
to spend much time and in cutting is and wilfully maintained -
money persistently the unit t>ivi l takvn an conlHHHOd. above known and named parti. claiming an
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I shrubbery from the hammocks or in print.It It I In. <* 'l that thin, order be pub interest the property. In thl bill described
Route"Through ItKluMl our 5 wpi'k for twelvei" (\ ) ronHecutlreucekk
: "Montgomery .nintv. woods and annlvini. . .?.: this Under the IK nothing- ------ out of the ordinary- for in tioK 1..1 m me..Valley &.,.ZettO. a news Tri h"t:: mar concern!
paper. publlNheil In *al trees aa a rnulchiug:, and to add humus the unsuspecting. traveler to reach .rnl circulation In Md Countv. filed in tM rail>.. that there are lnire .
Pullman Can from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grand I to the soil and to conserve the moisture. I the depot on time and have- the wnne'. 'J..m.., W. tork1nn. ud...... of saId .ttd In the property Involved la peraona this tan, othr --:
Circuit Court. mud my name' s er than the known d..I.od..Dd that the .
: Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville, Nathalie, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville Later and from necessity a numberof pleasure of sitting in the theoretically and the otncla!) of aald Court hlljt day ot 1 ".me.ol turn .parsons ao Interested are .....
() '\oher. A. U 1911.
( kllo..a0 the complainant and that relief le
have had take but deucedly ,
orange growers to care "magnificently appointed" |''K.\LJ] AHTIII-P.' K ItONKOAN prayed In said Mil of complaint .(atnM such
DINING CAR SERVICEFor of orange groves that became complete. uncomfortable travel-stained day Clnrk; of Circuit ('...urt.BT unknown defendant.
Bl.lZABITH JoKNBTO,. I P. C. It li therefore ordered thai all pernums claiming .y:
Iy sodded with Bermuda grass. We. coach (No James; if you want the U. t'. KribbH.Soilctlortrcompl.IusnL 4H2t\: an Interact In and lo the following deacrlb* > l
further information call on or write to s.d! In lb. oounty of Oaoeola. ,'
mi htcaltthese ,Bermuda sod await its arrival
the must
Pullman i'j.rt.r1d.
groves. you )
W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent Kis immee. Fla. btnto cm to-wit I :
Ordinarily it is" safe to discontinue from New York) over two hours An OrdinanceAn Beginning 97 lent Ho>ith and 47 degree East ,-'-<1;
J. G. Division Passenger Agent of ''I". Went corner of Lot 4 IB Block.. la of the
KIRKLAND cultivation aa soon as abundant rains awaiting the delayed New Yorker. Ordinance Providing for the Pavmeut 01 ,"otith Florida Railroad. _p.n,'* survey of

Tampa. Florida. occur and to allow grass and weeds to Not in bad weather alone but in summer liitereftt on the Street raving No_. >"Four Jum.IM 47 the degree too 11*of KissImmee'lty. feet North and 4a dear I'tUtDlo.IIoDlb**. East M
rod Iwo. Three
KtMiitcfllToly One
_ __n_ - -- .- -- grow at their will. If the grass and time. also. and Five and for In* U tlon of Hume; feet North 47 degrees Went M feet. South 44 ogreee *
:.fl v>ei .VI feet being a part 01 Lot 4.of "8.. /
weeds become too tall and appear to be What travelers at this end of the and. L>for eflnln the Their Appointment' I>ull... Note Trusteesnd lion twenty two d b),- In Township twenty-fire.. ) I.
ooocxxxxxxxxxxxyxxxxxxxxx>x> XX>CX>GX; ( ((25): South of Range twenty-nine fS) Eaut. do
x> > detriment to the
oopoocxxxx a groxe a mower maybe line are permanently enduring with Be It Ordained by the Council of the City of appear to the complainants bill of oomplalot "

C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L LUPFER. : used to cut them down. During the that stoicism which so admirably becomes Kuwlmmee: hernia flled, on or before th. Rule day of Feh- I II II
Section I. It iball b. the duty of the Council roar, (012 of February. lisa Vlce-Prealdtnt. Secretary I I summer season these will rot and return us is nothing the discomforts to provide annually for the payment of the In the said I bill I 'r.h.ra.s.\ ::oonfeaaed.It \

tftret of the five proraory notee styled"Street I* further ordered that Ibis order bo pub'f
to the soil humus. If.he
as grove and annoyances of people who Intend Paving Mote," numbered re4pectire) llhed once week for twelve 412)I ) oonaeoutlroweek

I does not need knowing, the grass and to pick 85 at points below Jack One Two Three Four and Five; and for the ID. U>* Kiaalmraoa Valley Gases'.. a ;
up creation of a eluklpg! fund for the redemption newspaper published 10 said Oaoeola oounty.(
LUMBER CO. weeds. may be allowed to grow and at sonville. A few hours' wait in the of Mid: notee. > general circulation In said oountv.Wltnee . '

: KISSIMMEE the close of the.:rainy season the amid Sec. I. Immediately upon the issuance of Will H. PrIce, Judge of aid. OlraeJt 'I
grass theoretically "palatial" depots laid Street Paving Notes the Council shall appoint Court. and my name aa Clerk th.l'tItIf. and too
may be made int hay and removed. the splendid picturesque landscape for by resolution to be recorded in the mln- official of the court, this SMl dT oTootobai A* ,
a -t uteg a committee of three peraona who hall D. 1011. AMMO K.: Dossosy.N.aI'J ,
DEPTH TO CULTIVATE. which Florida depots are so noted may be freeholder of the city, and be styled "yru.tee. .- ( Clerk of the Circuit Court.
of Street Paving Potea,'' who khatl each I -r* 'rBT KCIIAMTU JO..*TO., D-O !
4. Rough and Dressed > The depth to which a grove may be : be all right. I I &Ue bond. mnDlDC to U smayor of the ell,.. O. I1. Kribb. .oWltor '__mplalDllot, 4>12k. 1

cultivated safely depends more on the Then again It may be noL with sufficient/ sureties In the mm ol FI... Hun. -. .- .
dred Dollar, conditioned that the amid Tins.tees
character of the soil than on any other Jacksonville and Inter-point mails shall faithfully discharge the Wrest confided 9sice i ;

condition. In' sections where there is interrupted. Jacksonville mallsare to them and tnall pay over and duly so.o0'itit ,
PINELUMBER a are for all of tbM omf
sums m6nT DtT Under the proVMoni bt ftaUpn tail bib ,
deep clay soil, the roots of the trees scheduled to reach Green Cove Into their hand by reason of loch truat. General Statutes ot the Btatoof Florida _toe
Sec. 8. All fund collected to pat said Inter-
penetrate well into the ground. In thin Palatka, DeLand Sanford in time for eat and for .ald linking fond ..hsUbeasldo.rby I.Board hereby of fired County that OommUiiener ate regular meMlTg of the I

the box the marshal and Ux collector to the aaldTrutee e Uat In Mid Bt.U,, bald of Onoeola --
sandy soil. root are apt to keep distribution that same evening. I *. and the .*ld Truteea shaH pay out Jannarr.A.) D. MM. the bouodarle on thelatdaV of. '"' -I'

close to the surface. This Is also the They do not, and frequently not at I of the money ao received the interest on said mlaaloner' Districts No. I and 4 In said.of coun Com
A SPECIALTY .and shah Inveit the real
HOUSE BILLS street paving notes
ty changed and
were that
case in our tow palmetto hammocks. Sanford and below. due In good securities, to be held ...u.coum. changed, are now; as follows' said boDn-larlea, aa
The 'depth to which we should cultivate The value of each passenger's time nlatloR fund for the redemption of said note. No. t -
Sec. 4. ID tae of removal for cause, of re.> JMttrlot Beglnolnr the riortheaai
.ooboooooooooooc JOCOQOrJOCJOCJOCocQOOVQ a 0 then, will depend largely on the the consequent interference wtjii business lunation or death of any of said Trustees tb* Corner Of township 26 aonih' rangnJU eaal, and
>cxo xxx running theuce
1.rJ. x Council shall nil the vacancy. west on the county Hue to the
. character of the soil on ,which the grove along the line delayed mails, All ordinance: *, or pana thereof, 10'conflict range line dlrldUf "", nobIPUIlO8b411i.l thenoe!

.. -; -!y has been planted. In general, we should etc., must amount to a waste lJf many herewith .be and the aame W. B are MAKIKHOII.hereby repealed., south kallpa on; thence said range southwest line 0 lake to the Beat head ToboM"of the

never plow or cultivate so deeply as to thousand of dollar every week, all President of counciL Brafnege Venal' oa sakt lakot; tbenea down
: Attest: J. R. Oll.BaBT center of said canal to Lake fohopekallgal
disturb any consideable number of the because of the contemptible indifference Clerk of the City of Klmlmmee.- thence we>t acroaa said lake to lu weatern .,

She has not the whole fibrous roots and certainly not to the of the railroad toward the peopleand Approved this 6th olt"H"v7.O..It.!; ,. 1011. lake margin to ;the thence canal ;aouth thence on down west tue shore center of Mid of

extent of breaking large roots. also because the people are so B-.t Mayor of the City of Klmlnrnee. canal to Lake Cjrprea) thence east on the mar.
gin of .Lake. Ornr.thnnn: east An tAMmakln
earth to sell, but just choice By observing the depth of the rootsin indifferent to railroad indifferencethat hue dlrldlng-luwnihlna" :27-and :2S; thence eaalU

bits of i it located in the soil we will be able to guage ina they have allowed this thing to Appliqation to Sell Real Estate.In thence> the aontb range to line the between township raogea line SI r.UIJ 4
townnblp t>< and so thence to tb.
measure the depth to which we can continue for years. : .. east eastern
boundary of the
DOUOt,. and thence north
cultivate. This, we will find varies Once or twice I believe during the Court uf County Judge, State of Florida .1011.' the county linn to the polnl ol begin.nln .11
In re Kutato of VlTDon Shiver Paul Hblv"r and *,,
however in the same grove i.n different Christmas holidays 85 left on time Kudl Shlvtir. Mtoou.-"eeol. Countv. ; IMttflct I
Ne. nHKlnnlnft. at the northeaat 'i
FLORIDACHOICE years. Consequently very much depends and the New York section followed.But Notice I I. hornhv given to .all horn It mar I corner of township south) range 34 ....1. and !
concern that Lythia J. Ooilbolrl. an giiardan of running thence South on the
county line to the
on the judgment of the man whois this should be done every day Vcrioi !Shiver I'aul l-hivcrand Han ..1) Shiver I townoblp Hue dividing towuthlp :JU and 2'thenne ;

doing the cultivation or having it when the Florida schedule is liable to mInors, wlM: on the 17lh dy of February. A. Weston *>ld lownnhlo line to the &i.sliumee .-
1 D 11112. apply to the Honorable I Oeo F Parknr; : I river: (hence north on western bouud.rr -
done. receive an interference of more county I jiniKt) i In ami for sail. county, at his of- ofihe county lo lAke Cyprw; thence
Ace in KlMlmmee city, lu Hid county, at 10 north and east on veal hure uf Dike: Cypress
IMPLEMENTS. than thirty minutes. There should bea o'clock. H. m.. or a* Boon thereafter aii the matter to the township Hue between towuhlpa 27 and
HOMES can be heard for authority to Hell at private 28; tbencn rat-a.looi( paId line X> lbs range
law and the law should be
en ssle.| the undivided' I Hue t bntwxvn
Under ordinary circumstances the. : one-quacter fI Intern range 81 and Oft; thenoe aouihalonf
-.- forced. which would compel the rail- of nn undivided I two Nlxthx Interest each of said Hue i to the tonrniihlp line between
it SELECT FARMS heavy two-horse plow has no place in a ...uiliiom lu aii.l to the fol owing dn"orll>ed tow uiblp :2H sad -Jii! end thence. emit lo the
roads to run trains within J.hirty real estate, In said| county, to-Mlt: The cast point of beginning.
grove in good health. A light one-horse half, of the northuuRt
of their schedule quarter of section Ko Said change being made under the .
LOTS minutes printed prorll
plow may be used to some extent This 27. lownnhip bleb application No 2':" Im Kauxe.81 sinus l 01..Chapter .V.X.8. Aole of lupa\ Laws ar
new train from junction points. Kl..rlda
run a
. J' AND ACREAGE tool, however is a poor implement petition for such kale now on file In nld'our: ,. In witness whereof I bave hereunto
Such a law would be of immense UatfxlJaiiuary lath, A 1 D. l'ij.| hand and official mr
since it wastes so much time of the LY'IJU seal I. at Klkalmmee."" In aaldrunnty
value to central Florida points and it 44,5 J. lxoiiBot.n. uf Oiceolai till 3rd dy of January A. \
grove owner. One of the best imple- Ouardlan. LI. 191.. .
y.&l'; Ask About Them seems to me, west Florida points Rual -
I : ments for deep cultivating is the cutaway 2-11< ) AHTHCB Clerk E DOHKOAN' ,
Circuit Court.
would have no kick coming.
Order For
harrow or disc harrow. For a Publication.

MRS. SUMMERS small grove the one-horse harrow will In. Circuit ('ourt Bute of Florida. Heventh, ; Notice ot Executor for Final

be found preferable. For an extensive' Judicial Circuit.! 0........ "County. In

, Lake View Cottage grove this is too slow and we need a CALOMEL SOMETIMES Lawrence Chancery I.. Barlow.Complainant' va. Iftadora Discharge.

two or three-horse cutaway or disc, har I A. Heard and John Q heard I'rfendatit In Court of the County Judge, Slate of Florida,
ItauiMiariug by affidavit appemlnd to the 'Mil 1 I In re istAl. of Martha
SOUTH KISSIMMEE SALIVATIONDodton' Turlington, deeeaee -
row. The spading harrow will also be CAUSES filed, In the abovetal d that I'iora A >l, Otceola oounty.Notice .
Heard and John It
I ma
found useful under circumstan named ,
are non-reildenir ol the Stateol that on ibo loth day of May A. D.
Florida, and are rRidt,* nf I'eorU. Inthe 11112. I such the 080.
: .ppl0 Honorable
ces. The Acme harrow is also an excellent County of Union and itlato of Ohio and F.
are I'arkrr. Judge of said Court
a* Judge of Pro-
implement to use when the vegetable Liver-ODe Hal all the Medicinal over the age of tweutv-oiie year* ; It !i. therefore : bate for a flual discharge a* executor of theeiiateof
L ordered that *ai i nonealdt defnndaiitHbf NUrtua A. ::
I. matter has been worked into the Properties of Calomel with None and are hereby required, to appear to the bl'l that at the aame time Turlingtondeoaaaed I will preea> my[anal and

A HOTEL RUNNYMHDKRnn soil. It does poor work however whena of complaint filed In said case on or ImforeMoudy. aucountaa executor of said eatate, and ak. for
! : of the AfterEffectsYou the 4tb day of Match. lvl'2 AD. their approval.
.y.e4e, Florida considerable amount of vegetable Dangerous otherwise nonfeawed the allegation of maid Mil will be Dated &oveml. 10th, A. D. 1911.
tkcn aaftl defendant
Up-to-date beautifully locate Artesian Tennis and Croquet can get along without taking cal- Ilkhtttl once a week for four connccutlve weeks
Planet Jr. cultivator! -- --
or Sweep .
, In the KIa.immn.'eVaiiey Uaiett. ..
a newp rl
omel It p
yourself or giving to
fish- family
_* .' Grounds good hunting. is also excellent for shallow cultiva your l"iil!ll bd In "aid County; and elate. Notice of Executor.
t :nfC and boating; A fint-class when you can buy a substitute for it aa Thli January 2llb. lula. ,
modern country noteL overlooking I tion. When the orchard has been put |I-esil l] AKTMl'K B, DON SCAN. In Court of tbe County Judge, Btate Florida
Into good aa Dodson's Liver-Tone. Dodson'sLiverTone Clerk Circuit, Court. lu re Estate of Temple A. Minx.. Dec'd OK.
Lake. Good of
k Eaat Tohopekaliira a good state tilth and our only it Rl.lIAaCTH JOHKHON" Deputy lark. ola County.Notice .
J 2' good cooking; and beds. Table : object is to conserve the moisture the a pure harmless vegeta. Mot N A <.tiua an _ _
_ _ Rboard $5 per week; rooms from $2 ble liquid that starts the liver to action ,, Solicitor for Complainaut &-4t concern that on the lat, dar of March. A. D.
weeder is one ot the best and most serviceable 1VI2. 1 shall apply 10 the Honorable F
: U Par
II;::.; to $6 per week, bath and shower I The just aa surely as calomel does. But k....Judge of askS Conn .. Judfta ofrrobate.

bath included. implements. ordinary unlike calomel Godson's LiverTonedoes Application for Letters ofAdmin- for a Anal' dlaehara aa Administrator of the
-' WM. G. KRAPE. Manager spring-toothed cultivators are not good eitate-of Ttimple A. Miss 4_*...; and that at
I : not stimulate the liver too much.It istration.In the same time I will reeent my Anal aocountsa
!: Box 149 P. O. ST. CLOUD FUA. implements. since they pull up too'many admlt-1-.trator of said eatate. and ask for
. 1-tf of the they cures constipation gently instead of the Court of the Con tv Judge, State of their approv.!" .
happen to come Florida I Dated .. .
making more bilious than I Angutt 1 .... U 1W11.
; in contact with. you you were Estate of Specie A. Overitreet. ))_.-'.-Oe- C. A. MINX.-
I i at first, and it can no more" aaJivat you ceola tJouoty.; .....0 I mo .A By the Judge of sail Court.
: than a tablespoonful of maple syrup Vhena, &. I. U. Oventreot hla applied to --- __f

CUSTOM TAILORING '-The Kissimmee library can salivate you. this estate court of Hpe for ie letter A. Overatreet.of administration deceased on late the Application for Final Discharge,. ,

Dodson's Liver-Tone has given such ol said County of Oaceola; in C .r(of thai County Judge, Bute of florid*.'
The Klsaimmee Library offer to Its Theae awe. therefore to cite end Mlmonlh Oaeooje.<3onaty: lu re JCatate of. |MS. WUi
that is absolutely right in style fit and price. You subscribers list of perfect .satisfaction to every person to all an* ..Uigui..r tbe kindred sod creditorof lama, d.ees..d.Moaso. . *
a four hundred
over isiS deeeaad to be and before thl ... all .
whom the Kissimmee Drug Co. has sold appear le hereby .1. to whom It ntayaoneera .
. can buy "ready-mades, of course. but they're not ., book by the beat author, any or all of court.on or before tbe Sad day of March, A. D.J9U. )! tfcvn-tnr;: qpth dr>.t April, A...D. -
_'' and they show it. Soring samples nowarriving. which you have the privilege of reading a bottle that this store will give the and file) objeitUona, If any they ........ t 1 U. I ball apply ...-the Uoaerable Ore. S.
: made f or you the ranting of letter of admlaunratlou on FarkeJedreot saId leerS..... Jadtreol Pi.; _
Come in and see them. only $2, which. secures .Ingl. money back to'any person who buys a ,aid eaUt. otherwise the aame will be granted .bal*. fee a iflna.1 dlsh.rg. .. : d='!are*.rof. Jt
;; membership, or $6 tor, a family mem bottle and does-not find it a perfect substitute to .sold K. U I>. Overairsas. or to sow other fit the estate of U H. :Wlflaima.7' deook.e> cc4 ei.. ., ;r'
1 .oa or person thasas.tbe.saJLsdsallI will analInuoraaor )' .
; bership. Capt. Trench UM librarian preMtxoy '
: TRirMHEIXER y ) t
'D.V will issue for calomel. It la worth some Wltaeu my name a* county Judge of the1 S. ol said ..."... t .
you a membership card for county aforesaid thla the silk day of January, "klthelr1.. .- --- '' .
- WUlson's Real Estate Office.. Building: 'the above amount. Library in State thing to you tw try a medicine with'* A. D 1912. Ded ,. 4 -"j '... /!: '

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II Florida Maps. Sir Matthew liegbie* chief justice of CHURCH. DIRECTORYBAPTIST. PRAISESJ10RIDA J. W. THOMPSON

Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley British Columbia, once had before S..8ULLOCK
;. .. Gazette office a pocket map of Florida him a man charged with having killed a
will be mailed to any address in the another man with a sand.bag The Chicago Paper has Several Artides 4
.i S United States. We can, also furnish evidence was conclusive and the .
p maps of Osceola county at (1 each, and judge charged the Jury accordingly, Laudatory of the StateIn FUNERAL DIRECTOR REAL ESTATE
,t1;; will l be glad to estimate on sectional maps but a verdict of "Not Guilty" was A. J. Holt, D. D.. pastor. ....................... ;" ,

Ir l of any kind.i. promptly brought in. The judge was Sunday- its issue of Sunday, _January .28, ? andLICENSED INSURANCE
astonished. "Gentlemen of the jury,'* Bible] School 9.45 a. m. the Chicago! Record Herald published a EMBALMER- r

1. he Bald, "this IB your verdict, not Preaching .}11 a. m. and 7.15IP.! m.' number of special' articles concerning: ,
; mine On your conscience the disgrace B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. ,
Florida. The leading story was from ' -' Examination :of Titles a
,.ti idt4 L m DOZOR will rest Many repetitions' of Communion--2d Sunday. the pen of Florida's] versatile Cover i: \
such conduct as yours will make trial
Sunday .
Monday-(after 3rd ) Courthouse"
by Jury a horrible farce, and the city I nor, Hon. Albert] W. Gilchrist, and was Opposite Specialty.
x Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. m. ,
under the "Florida's
of Victoria a nest of crime. Go! 1 published caption
I' Wednesday-(after }st Sunday).
Abundance Beckons Homeseekers of
I I have nothing more to say to you. I
I i And then, turning to the prisoner: Worn. Miss. Union-Social, 3to6pm -World-Vast Portions of Its 35,000,000 KISBIMMEB FtoR:1D4': Correspondence Solicited.
| "You are discharged. Go and sandbag Thursday- : Acres Awaits Development, While

V 4V: Real Estate I I some of those jurymen ; they deserve Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m. : Huge Yield of Tropical Fruits, Grain,
Visitors always welcome Vegetables, Lure.

Under the same general] heading is

1 I an article by William L. Larkin, man- EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES.
To Part Qlattes.If
PRESBYTERIAN. : ager farm land department of the RecordHerald
have trouble with tumblers SUCCESS SAME WAY'-
in which he paid a high
I i
'I1 or finger bowls getting stuck together S. S. Snyder, pastor'I '
..... .. tribute to Florida's climate, describingit MONEY
- --- set the lower plfce of glass In Sunday School 9.45 la. ro.-A. :S.::; I I -t- BY SAVING -
hot water and fill the upper one with Nelson, superintendent! in the headlines as a "Glorious
LJSV'SPECIAL I cold water. This will expand the one Church Service 11 a. j. and 7.00 p.m. I Climate, Like That of Sunny ]Italy, a Do you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in

I and contract the other enough to slip Potent Magnet That Draws Millions ,
Christian Endeavor 6.15 p. m.
them apart easily to the Fertile Peninsula State." CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE
Prayer and Bible study Thur day,7.00 ,
I Another article of interest is one by I
A NiceGifrPackage. p.m. .
14 W. F. Hallam, under the heading,
A Visitors most cordially invited to alii We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in '
"Tide of Immigration at Last Is Turn-
My "Express Box" of mixed citrus xervices. I Osceola County. '
:L I' fruits packed especially for the holiday ing South; State:::; of Oranges and Grape- J2"A
DayJHte I trade and for those wishing to remem- I III II fruit is Welcoming All." Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured J I
ber friends at a distance, containing or- I one, do BO at once.
S j THIS I .1. P. Clarkson, of this city, well ,
and kum-
grapefruit, tangerines
anges -----
PORTABLE quats, is the best gift package yet offered known in Florida newspaper circles, MTBua E.!: DONKOAN. President W. H. NOKTON. Cashier
i Price $1.00 per box, f. o. b. II H. T. Games, pastor. and for the past three yeas publicity''
LAMP Kissimmee. Mail orders lIoli<'ited. H. Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.-J. L. manager of the Jacksonville Develop I
R. Overstreet, Kinnimmee, Fla. 44-tf
< FOR .. I
Overstreet, superintendent. ment Company and the Tampa Bay .
\ HOMESTORE I Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30: Land Company, contributes an article i ''I
Abe Martin Says. I the "State's FarmLand I
I p. m. bearing caption 1 t
has divorce from
Art Mopps got a
OROFFICE his wife. He has no plans fer th' future _Junior League 2 p. m. I! Area Doubles in Three Years;: '! i'i'w'
Yept Iie'll take a long rest. Manya Senior League Wed. 7':30: p. m. I Fifty Thousand Sale to Non-Residents GRAPEFRUITOR

I 1 p feller, baa gone broke trustln' Gen. prayer service Thurs. 730p.; m'l, Are Made.', I _
Providence.MoneymaJcing. Holy communion ever 1st Sunday.You "Agricultural Resources of Palmetto

A: T V these serv <.es., 1 I Colder Climes," is the heading of an i' ORANGE GROVES

'' T article by P. J. Blossman, who evidently .f'E
41.C..1i P.u i ti. E.asC..Cnrl.JLltw.s COMPLETE was not familiar with the fact j'

....... '' and not Fiorina, .f'p
0 'CHRISTIAN.A. : that South Carolina, IF YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove

;. This Lamp is handsomely M. Chisholm, pastor. I is generally known as the "Palmetto or an Orange Grove buy your Trees from

I a, nickelled, height! 29 inches, Preaching at 11 a. m. .arid 7:00 p. m. State" for his article is devoted to I II the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.

with automatic self- trains Bible School 9.45 m. m.-C.yE. Yowell I Florida and has no reference to South QUALITY COUNTS-Everything you gelt fromus
equipped for market grower superintendent; J, H. Harris, assistant : Carolina. is first-class. Our favorable soil and location' }-

cleauing needle, globe and Stde "&.- BM Early" TMU. superintendent. The entire section of the paper devoted make it possible for us to produce stock that has \ K

pmnp. Usual price {22.00. FA winner wberew 11"0_ Especially! Christian Endeavor every Sunday : to Florida is well illustrated no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early 44a

f We have the best line of Man- .daped Xib. $..nrfn.8| ?!.TS.. PkL ""Oc os. 40c, evening at 6:00: p. m. and will] no doubt do the entire State Orange is far superior to the Parson Brown. J

y I tles and supplies in the South Steka.' StaMar4 CleM T--. Prayer meeting and choir practice every much.... good. CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the best
[ Tt lass : the woruTSf.d.1 Thursday at 7.15 p. m. ... budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the
at lowest prices. Estimates Slnh.ol B.rt c.umber. Musk- largest stock of two-year Grapefruit buds in Florida I
.. and expert advice Free. ..Ioa. Wdwmela'. ese- Writ for Catalogue, full of good ideas and practical
: seed M yoU o.' w..... ..d] lU suggestion See our Agent: ,

A : .Standard Light Co. tJ"JS AI..y "., "?* J Rev. David D. Kidd rector. --To ti. 0.4..11.11I.oI..lo. ..- ---- ---
r --. today m niy Services every second an4) fourth. Sunday .- .rcfc..t. >p''

t V 111 EAST BAY ST. \-Waher. P.Stolz... 3.sA.m.ncwt. at 11.00 a.. m. VINZANT&CO.JACKSONVILLE. i Ocklawaha Nurseries F ANGERINB": :.

J 67 .. PhIladelphia' Communion 2nd SundayJ morning FLA. I i LOR I D A
services. J
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Guild meeting first ,
West every ... ,
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: 'WITHERTIP PRUNING i BOARD (OF TRADE.: J.; L 'MooN' RESIGNS. :1TTii I :': : . : \, """",

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fv.' :Agricultural: l Experiment Station Eustis Paper: Says It, Is_ of Great Prosecuting Attorney: of County,}Will ", ;

Issues Bulletin to Gtrus Growers '' Move to Georgia. "
'Benefit to Community, ,
1BYi.8..FAW4ErTTThorough The 'following letter giving ho icethat' Waist : /
Speaking of the Board of Trade in
the' Bargain
n pruning has been found to "resignation of Mr.l\'John L. "
ttustis the Lake.Region, has the followIng ,
be a good method of combating wither : Moon, of this city,, has been accepted :
to iay. It wfih force :
applies equal ,
as pro ecutlne'attorney of :Osceola ..'
tip; and ii also recommended- an .
to the Board of Trade in Kissiminee or .: : '' .
r county, has been sent by Goy; Gilchrist -; I.
important step (in the prevention '
any other place: to the members of the Democratic '
Stetr-end Rot. .Since ,the withertlp There in no doubt but that a Board of County Executive Committee. :Mr..: r--. ,:,:; ,,, :. CounterOdd ..' .
fungus is nearly always present along _..
rr. '
Trade ,"e wire Is of '
,I especially a Moon is to become a resident 0( Atlanta \
with that of stem-end rot, the following .
recommedatione much ttrcflto, any town, and it la certainly Ga. This will be' learned with re- .
II,f for'wlthertlp. will strange that more interest it not gr t by the"people of this city and
bold for both diseases.
good .
taken in our Progressive Euttls county. He is the type of citizen who .' -- "
In .
\ 1 It is of the highest Importance : ; ..
All honor is due the faithful few who can illy be spared: "
pruning for wlthertip to cut out so interest .
have shown their in the welfare State of Florida, Executive D !part-: '
much of the wood. to get rid not . .
of our city their attendance at sizes odd tailored some
by 'partment, Tallahassee, Feb. 6, 12. styles, some : "
,also of .
of the bare branches but "
,,,, only the meetings and their willingness to Hon T. M.1urph" Chairman Democratic .
I alt branches' that show, signs of the help I nany good wtork. but it Is only by County Executive, Committee, lingerie, white and colors, all to "go .at bargain' k .

l dlH.... In severe cases of, withertlp. the united efforts orVall Of"*our citizens .'
Klnlmmeer'L; j ; <
there are iseen. In addition tt> bare prices to close them' out. There are many"desirable
that the greatest good*,can be accoinplished. My Dear Sir-1 have just receivedand ,
branches, many limbs on which the It's the strong pull and the the of Mr. '
accepted resignation
I T' yjHIow leaves are about to fall. Close styles in the lot, and it will'- pay you' to'
pull' altogether result ,
thatfringe John
L. Moon from the office ot prosecuting -
i; ... Examination will show that the disease Concerted and" work 1. )
action personal .
and attorney for Osceola county, to look them over. .
Is making Its way back I
slowly supplement each 4
take effect Apnl I, 1912. The vacancywhich'

,11.. poisoning these limbs. This poisoningmay Board of Trade, as an organiu- (I. thereby to occur in such officewill See our line .of Ladies' ready to wear. . ,
startfrom Infection at the {tip, '
'" an tion, gives standing to a community be filed upon the ,recommendation > I

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lower down, from which the poisonous suppose. the Democratic County Executive Committee "H'I..' :

'OJ effect has spread to the main limb The writer during the put few days of Osceola county, provided that 1, //, '

l .Sometimes only on. side of a tree, or had the pleasure of talking with officersof recommendation is'made at a meetingheld ' branch severely effected; Boards of Trade from different sections with open dooVs after due and I ..

I.' While the remaining_ part of the tree is of, our state, and I am convincedthat timely notice to each and every memo

uninjured. The distance to which. the these organizations have been of ber of the time and place of such

disesse has progressed can frequently incalculable benefit to their respective meeting. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY :

be .en by the presence of new shoots localities. Some of them have had to If the recommendation which the

with a sickly yellow color. Frequentlythe contend with indifference on the part of committee shall make will result in a .

leave. fall from such shoots before those who should be deeply interested. vacancy in any other office in Osceola 1

they are half grown, leaving the bare May I suggest that what we need in county, the committee is requested at .

hoots to dry up. Whatever may be Eustis is more members more interest such meeting to make a suitable recommendation > "1

._ the conditions it is important to_ get. in the:work, a larger attendance at the for the filling of such other .

rid of all these poisoned limb.makes To meetings-ril this helps to create an vacancy.A -- .- .. .. .- .......,
prune only half-heartedly usually enthusiasm that is lacking. Our_ dues copy of this communication is being !- -- -- _

matters worse rather than betten_ are small'and the amount received from mailed to each member of the com .
_,__. When care sb l ldb taken to ,._ e
,_, pruning the same has been, can ba and will be mittee. t ,
smooth cuts, usually at the base ,
judiciously expended. The expenditureof
Very truly yours ,
of a branch or limb .so as not to leave the few dollars in printing the small ALBERT W. GILCHRIST

any projecting stubs. Infection in folders lately issued has, to my personal 'I Governor.

these stubs is Jikely to occur when the knowledge, done good. Do we realize I ""' .

withertlp fungus is present. Paint the that -the-smaH-expense-TJf distributing i CALLED HER HIS ANGEL PIE :

larger cut !surfaces with carbolineum literature of this kind only broughtto If You're Building

or pine tar. our midst a very few or even one Negro Cook Didn't Permit Use of ,

The grove should be given unusual person such a one may Invest or expend Such Language to Her Especially

care after a severe pruning of this hundred. or thousands of dollarsin Over Phone. "." .

kind. It should be fertilized so as to
our city or tributary to it; also communications II
bring about a vigoroukhealthy growth to railroad officials in regard afternoon The telephone' bell rang :yesterday if to build buy ALL
resistant to In a South Side apartment or you're going
and to render the trees
to service etc., have mure weight The negro woman cook answered It.
further attacks of the fungus. when from a Board of Trade "
coming "Hello, she said .
The best time to prune is from the than from individuals.POSTPONED. "I. that you cookie?" asked a man'svoice your materials of the '.,

middle of December to the middle of at the other end. .L

January. The second-best time is in "I'm Mr. B-'srook, but I ain't no 1
. July. It Is Important not to prune cookie." ** \ w

while new growth is putting out vigorously "Don't try to fool me, cookie. 1 ;'
for this Is' almost--- sure to result know your voice.* Osceola Hardware' Cov : .;;
; the trees should "Look heah. what you talkIn' ;
1 ,Hn Injury. The looks of Entertainment at Chapter House Delayed about ,

not be a primary consideration, but . ,
by Bad Weather. "Now angel pie, you fooled me
every part that shows the presence of once dear heart that, way, but youcan't

the disease should be removed. The Or. account of the inclemency of the do It axaln. You are by little '

beneficial results obtained on hundreds weather the concert announced for sweet cookie aren't you?" and save money. We have brick, ce.' : *I;

of acres of groves treated In this way "Tou get away from that telephone.You .
at the Chapter House
.' direction of Experiment Tuesday night ahe talkln' like fool."
under the a
Station workers, have proved the effectiveness was postponed. The same program will With that the receiver was slammed ment, plaster, paint? sash and doors? ,.. } '
be Tuesday night. The ladies en the hook with all the virtuous Indignation '
of proper pruning. .individual of the A!: W. L. have been partic- of Insulted maiden hardware bath "toil 't'-4\t\i:" \ A (. "' "
In there are builders room
t many groves ularly fortunate in securing for this entertainment The bead of the house was standing .. '-, .' miff : :
useless. They appearto ,1&&. ? .' : '
trees that are him .J'l l : * r f9 'il'J.. .
she laid
the very best talent in the near. Turning to \" '\ '"''"f.

.1 have a "weak vitality" under the City, and the concert.wiIl be one of the still .fuming; I' i;'{ .r'1'': '', fixtures ::etc. ,,,A,\;',First-class 1 pltitrib 1 : a

, ': best of, treatment, always: produce 'of the I'hs'procoedl ."Some man wanted to ,know ef. I 1', 1'; ,>.:" ,. ...", _u."' "'m, .; :\,-." 'f1' d .,-'<:;.. ::J1I-.. I .
events season. ; .
' T"'J', '' ''' t
',f Inferior fruft, or have become so.badly wux 'cookie.' An he'called me some- 0" ' "',\. ..'"I. " .
to be used in purchasing chairs for "
: 'diseased that their recovery Is hopeless. thin' like 'angel pie. I don' let no specialty.
the Chapter House it having been .
Time and money'will be saved, by cut- man call me them names--specially "
found difficult at tunes to seat all the \
ting them out entirely and planticK oveh the City
guests at the Tuesday night. socials. Star..
trees in
healthy and vigorous young' ,
These affairs have :become: so important ; I

theirplace.. a part of the social life of the city i I :
To the Public of u U
PEST VICTIMS LIE THERE that. there will undoubtedly be a very l
large attendance at the entertainment During the last few weeks a great .

next: week. Remember the. date Tues many friends of mine in Kissimmeehave '
Grave of Five'Who Died of SmallpoxIn 9.
day night urged me to become a candidatefor .
1811 Found In Ballades, '
marshal and they have made their
... demand so insistent that 1 feel it my FREE OFFER If you're particular about your ('\, d

Closely adjoining the site of the MADE SOME GRAVE BLUNDERS duty to them and to all my friends in ;

Boston A Malue car shops In Billerica - the city to give my reasons for not being I Diamond Ring I Gold Watch 20-Yr. C. TOILET SOAPS

the surveyors discovered a gravestone Embezzling Banker Admits He Over a candidate.I S Fancy Gold Stick Pint.
come here-we have a fine line to choose
marking the spot where 100 yearsago looked Missionary Fund and Prop am now engaged in other businessand

five person, victims of smallpox. :, were erty of Orphan ChMd. will be so engaged for ome. time to l2 from-probably your favorite kind. ;

burled. come, so that it would be impossiblefor 11
The stone Is still In good condition The mbfi\vg\ banker's friends me, at the present time, from a OSCfiOLA PHARMACY MPS J:F ae)' ,

although 'mossy with age. The foot were ,congr ,itufotlng him.
business the office
' standpoint, to accept
tone as well as the ;headstone is "How In the world did you keep It up
of but I take this to
se.. solid, giving evidence of careful work so long without being dl.ooveredr'tbe marshal, means

'I on the part of the ones who placed It ) .asked breathlessly. thank my friends and all of those who 9 I ;; '..
4 i there. "My friends" came an anguished have been so kind(as to think well of: 3 PASSENGER "KISSIMM"E .

The grave was evidently c'hosen a voice from the other side of the bars me in thisfconnection for their loyalty LAUNCH CARSON

century ago as a.secluded spot: and "I am unworthy of this laudation. I and earnest support 8 LEAVES FORKissimmee & BASS;

when found trees, und rbrurb and have been guilty of grave tactical Yours truly 4

shrubbery nearly hid It from sight blun-terB I failed to have myself 7-H J. McPflATTER.t Practical PaintingAll
The word on this headstone are: elected Sunday school superintendent, 7 Park

Erected 1",_ memory of and to designate and I did not show myself at prayer 6biRIA'roe.

t the place where Asa Groat, Jr., meeting more than once a month. I ++'H"H" tt+.I-I +ii +++++I+++ ;" Work Guaranteed.
Levi Frost Eleanor Farmer. Sarah could have landed a (700 missionary i t: : Daily at 8:00: A. M. nd 2:00 P. M. I I II

Hodgman and Samuel Batchelder fund, but heedlessly I allowed It to n..w 1.. Mr.l.a.l llnr ..rwIh.. d1.1 ....rf. Returning leaves for Wall Papering, Decorating
were burled who died of smallpox .1.., through my fingers and go to another ; -tGRAYS10fiEt ..... .t.....%t.I.h I.-....lUhllMg S.n ......M. tMlw... .oId.a tltvv .par.p u. KISSIMMEE 930A. M. and 3:30: P. M. I Sign Writing

1811. .. .... .....
I: August F.r III.. ...*<4 rrrItU ... w. will '
"r At first the Boston A Mali considered "Besides. I might have become the *.IH. IMamoiMt f.4. .. .__ Pleauit Kissimmee Fla !
r Ih* NS M> l > FARE 25c
getting the consent of the guardian of some poor dead million m fUll mill .!%.. lee ._!> M.lrh Avenue .
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state to remove the stone and the aire's child. ''J am ill-deserving of your., 2.60 to .F.I MHI 111..1..i.r. U told f mtfwtw W4rfc lmM...... .w..r .it
dust of the bodies, but It has been decided well-meant but misdirected, praise. | | 3.60 per day.Special F. lh. n.\. ..n.rl JOHN DAVIS CAPTAIN ,
. .... forUIM
t to let the grave remain where My work *1aa been coarse and amateurish by wed; or"month...I! 'I Ii >iniMrrM.- >. uhlrh M ro IM W Mwrf S ,.n.dM.... ...rhwi_.. .fHrml - -- - - ------ -

It Is. lnd"ed, or I could be free this L .. nuiMu hay L I. rain, sur.t" Fimtrrarh i....... ........C ,. aa .....v** t* Itel
t will rest evening in trl-weekly ......,. .," ... .... I".1/1A .........,. dew We
to I
So the. five Join you our .. . Carry theI
persons .. .
** l I *< .H.1- < | ** r Jar.I MMI where they are and their bed of the poker fest. Woe. woe Is met" I lh. I fall ..Irjr aad win a*# *f tfira* !- Famous i' ,

1 last century will not be disturbed. No And they left him weeping bitterly.H. nan mmMr** aal Prim...,..All....aaairrn. e'r raarr maul II.w IM la. a car.JIhr I -
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relative pf the ones burled seem at M. Stivers, in The Sunday Maga-- -.-rtx-VI'..-""w W.Ise..el.ed d b .... re.lMYI.I rjl /1.. Place In FloridaJUST -.--BaniDaton.Steekui .
all concerned about'the grave and It ilne. "" .._,. .. .
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'If descendants of 1 ... >. ,. sdMi.n _.4tWrit !
'r Is doubtful any Lowell I 'e'.10.<,'..thM'IIHrral..,!>_....,.*.*. ......_ UMY .- TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA COFFEE
them are lUJng.ln Blllerlea or FRESH LOT ..IMIM .alai:._. I :
.N flmlmlr, ..* .. .
I at the pr/sent time. f .ewe
0 Ui Seaboard
Kissimmee Truck Acreages.Kissimmee .D OF NAIL .. TltYlT nYI.'TltnT \
k *''' Grand Bsolcvard Investment Company ,
t Both Said. ... ... H- NORTHERN'SETI1' MENTI. .' '
What They truckers are busy pTant- BUaar* SIM* 4ACKKONVU.I:

i Horace Greelsr once wrote a note l ng, cultivating! their crops, althoughth.'recent' Peaches \ : I I. Fan.*, Grove and Winter Hones. I L' W:, GRIFFIN'Prospect v wY

t to a brother editor In' New York., rates caused more'or less AMress. ; .. . .. " .:" .. . f
writing was aa Illegible as his Pranes
whose AnltlmanA. .. .., --
The-reolplent.of.the aetei no* J. .K. SNYDER LIMONA, FLA.. -- 'f
aq cultivation, about 26 acres of whichIs ,..., : -,
being able to read It, sent It back by: .
the same' messenger to Mr. Oreeley already,'cabbage; lettuce, celery, and Dates Longevity of the Earth. , .. }a. .

f., for elucidation. Supposing It to be the strawberries,., ete..,f,Mr.. Aultman' expects That ''the, age of prlmJUve man In -" '.Part" tots, :) <..;:, I'to his own note Jtr t Greeter to plant 18 acres'' torIrish pota J'raDCI'ru.u back at least two hundred . Rare Optimism, W.'have' '" ? i
two desirable'and
I looke4'o..e:"' It; bnt likewise 'was unable ''. toe.Pete'' ; 'Colas will; 'plant 22 acres,to thousand years has been satisfactorily :?Zber.1 are. very few real.optimists,'* f-the most I

'k- to rust .and-said. to the boy t truth a...follows::Cabbage 6?Irish, potatossB < Dibble....&:;.Son proved bF Well ,and other ,.msrk$- the contemplative clUsea. best located Jots in Prospect:-Park:"' ":; :i{
'c;' "Oar i te'-jl{.baoL What doe.the' ; watermeloas'.2encumbers, 2, geologists,., who showed that It has '""What Is your-ldsa ot a. real option stat:60x135,feefeach;;which. are.of. '? "

/ ....If, damned fool nvsanT' '-Y.I'r.aald'" beans 2,' strawberries {. onions 1,'okr*' Broadway : taken' at,least this' long for the rivers 'Istt? ."A man who can walk tit, work firing for a short tint,:for: $110 each.:; & t. k 1

'th. boyf'**** ,}*'**** what-. 'to* iayt"- si to wear sway' their beds below the. Just.. cheerfully as if he,were chaalag'agolf .. Call on oaf..'on want a Efta'.t: .
f .-I... . ', i',. ,..'" .. ; !,,. .. .. .. - eavea* ) '''where, they .,oaT , : baQ.-! -Washington- . . '.;star, 41-tt 1 't: .,- 1,I u..1L,B81ts>rllt Ie CO. ;c.:. II..g, '.fIr+

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Fiil'I' '\ I President Smith. :'Minutes were read I T LENT TEA T N" -"- ), i1

.' : ,: ; ..t Cloud for January-,,and lip roved with' scorrection ] OSGEOtA FOLKSOn [ -_ -- ''Classified Advertisements rt
k i., l' to select,,that the"standingcomtttee the committee appointed ha*- Methodist Missionary ,Society Enjoys 'VMMMM, M WM HMHVmAdvertisementsare '. \

oommitteV G.. the front page;to a cut and an aI Meeting.The &
been omitted. 'The was a Delightful q
; r inserted under this head at the rate of B tout.
: .. f!) C., ROBERTS, CorrespondentRev. F. Smith L W.,. Farris and J;:M. Acdersqn. Interview of lion J.. W. Watson, social'meeting of''' the Missionary '. per line each insertion "', .

MA > J. D. Baas of' New York,. The follo'wlng'committee. formerly of Otceola county and more society of,the .Methodist church was ls"
selected Finance committee,'N. lately .of Miami who is one of the lead- '
national field 8ecNtar7 of the Woman'ia were : Mrs Thos. Van
'. held at the home ; of' Buff Orping
FOR SALE Settings
candidates for SALEFINE : -
will lectur W. Lawton Capt. Scriber. Dr. Bryan,. Ing governor FOIL '
1 .. Home Missionary Society Duzor last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Van ton eggs Indiana prize strain. G.
in the Mtthodist church on .Wednesda; T. F. VanArsdale, N. R. White. Raiways' While we have already said that whoever \ Duzor and Mrs.: McPhatter were 'the M. Weimer. Address, Box 686 Kis-

., evening, Feb. ,7, .at 7 30. Mrs. J. B; ' ; Waterways and! Highways; Con! Abe people select for Governor .hOate..... There was an unusually LOT Lesly't Summers.Addition' tor 5-tf.ale: ..Fia._" 7-8tp-1

b.. Weitcottwill\ speak'for the Woman'Foreign mittee. Cants.. Farrlf j Frost, Scribe i ,. of the four distinguished gentlemen large attendance and it was found af cheap 'at '
'f S. W. Porter F. E. Ekins. now candidates for that.Important in kan.i LOST-1 left a carpenter's square a.
f, Missionary Society. A alive A. Diefendorf, had registered her birth EXCHANGE-Two nice lots between
ter each guest the 4-mile poet
Florida-will have a good 'man at Mo. for Kisiimmee im.provedproperty. camp
Dr. Fat honor City,
wiltbe"taken. Education committee, ,
,,ti fferlng led in point of numbers Kissimmee and Peghorn. The squaw
state that Georgia Wichita Kai.
of her affairs for all the asplrants Box 1052. ,
v rig, Dr. Cooper W. N. Garner, Rev,. second.Several belonged to my father, and was priced'aa
t j : Among those stopping at the Bon Air J. B. Westcott C. B. Rhoades. Entertainment arq good and capable men. 'To with Ohio a close \ 5-8t a relic Suitable reward if left at i,

{ house are. George C., Riles Los An committee, F. B'. Kenney,, ,this we have nothing to add or, subtract New England states were and, MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acres with) the Gazette office. B. H. Guy. 7-lt ;I

;. .; Mrs. Eliza Trobridge, S;- Lynn Daugherty, R. G. Wldrtg. F. E. Still In our opinion, the man who Is wej) as the far Northwestern Florida a small grove for $500. ;3-tf MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and ti
and was
1 A'. N. .Y.; H. L. Carter and wife Mead, C. D. Blood J. O. McGraw E best equipped for the chief executive- middle Western states we.,will get a drink of the best sodawater

1 i. + & N. Y.; Kelson Derham Pat George, W. G. King J. H. DeGra,. ship of the Hon. J. W. Wat- not without her representative.Miss Weckler. enter- FOR SALE-Two good' mules. J. W. made. 81-tf ,
Mist 46-tf
Pfann and
4' z-/ num. W. Va Claude Kenney. Publicity committee,, son, and we shall give him our support.Mr. tained the with charmingly EVERYBODY SMItING-Wht-He

''when he B. Watson/ a fruit and vegetable company SALE-Prize full-blooded Rhode 'em 24 small Photo With
i Owing to the bad weather W. G. King, W. P. Lynch, Fred Lenore Van Lazor FOR gets right-
was here before, Dr. Carmine will repeat 1 Kenney, J. S. Cummings, F. 1'. Mead, grower, as stockman, as a merchant, rendered readings; her usual Island Red Cockerel. Apply to Mr. three positions, for 25c. Postcard
recited several selections In R. M. Evans, Bryan st. 7-2t Films developed 15c I'OIL
"Old Woman Drake John Dan as a legislator, in all has een_Jiigjily photos.
hi. lecture on the Z. Barager, Thomas pleasing manner, after which the ladies Studio: corner Broadway and Dakinayenue. : .
and the New" Saturday evening, Feb. iels. Sanitary committee, Dr. Cooper. I successful. He is one of your 'care- who had used their talents to earn their FOR SALE-Good, new roll-top des Here a short while. 71tj1'':"'
i '10. Admission 25c. Dr. Edenfield, Dr. Farris, Wm. Stew ful, deliberate level-headed thinkers and swivel desk chair. Apply to 1)1:
would offerings gave account of their undertakings Winn. 3-tf PYRENE fire extinguisher for gasoline _
and workers. He Florida
The Florida Cynference of the Methodist art, J. N. Griffin. Civic Improvement Governor It is this feature of the ;social fires. Get one for your launch, auto t J

Episcopal church closed in. Jacksonville committee, J. N. Griffin, N. V. Ferguson a safe, able and successful meeting that gives it the nameof Tal- FOR SALE-By owner, Z. W. Bail.,, or garage and be safe: Sold by Geo. fl j 1
Rev. Dr. J.: A. McCarthy, L. G. Collins, J. The Enterprise hopes he will prove the 'are often 3 lote, 60x133, making 150x133. !3- N. Saunders, agent Kissiinmee 37 i
on the 21st Inst. V. Bullarg S. D. Kilpatrick, F. P. \.victor in the primary. Arcadia Enter- ent Tea. The means used room cottage for $500, $225 cash an
Carmine was reaP.cs> ted district su- very ludicrous, especially m yie telling, $12 per month until paid for. If you FOR dressed poultry, phone. the Rull'
t perintendent, livirtS tra DeLand. Rev; Mead, A. A. Hanscom, F. E. Elkins, prise.We which is sometimes done in rhyme. wish to see the property phone Nc. Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf

J. B. Westcott was reappomted to the Wm. Hall. The secretary was instructed rather like the way of A, E. Don- Very dainty refreshments Were 73, Kissimmee, Flo Property 1 Is MUtTON fresh, fat and fine, at the
s Memorial to publish minutes with the stand who wants to beat State Senator about one mile southwest from depot Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf
: pastorate of the Livingston gan, servd aud a decidedly enjoyable occa- Also have other houses and lots. and ,
committee in full. Capt. Farris --- - --- --
M. E. church at St. Cloud, where his ((ng Massey. He resigns the office of Clerk sion ended. four' tracts of 40 acres each, cheap,, ANYONE anywhere can start mail

ministry has been remarkably success reported everything favorable to getting of tne Circuit Court. -DeSoto County six miles ont. 2-tf order business at home. No canvass-
the auto road to East Coast. News. Be boss. Send for freebooklet.
ful. He reported the completion of the ing. your own
- -- -- -- --- - Tells how. Heacock A 2144
new church at the Wonder City. This! "- FOR SALE-8,750 acres timber lands,, ,
Card of Thanks. with five miles of lake. A first class Lock port. N. Y.
dedicated Fab. by _
church will be \\l

J" Bishop Warren. The Kev. H. W. Warren ] KISSIMMEE PARKDr. [I Rev. and! Mrs. Snyder and Fred desire -I best colony paying Also groves some in of this the SHIP your produce to t:. W. Judy &
Co., Tampa, Fla. Write them for
oldest in service of the Methodist j to express'their sincere thanks; to FLORIST.Cut part of the state farm lands and stencil. 49-tf;

} J' Bishops, presided over the conference. Baker has finally completed his their friends, for kindness! before .andduring city property. C. Buckels. 2-tt BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream, beat in

H. Orlando Baum of South Lang- home on the beach front; with the assistance their recent bereavement. Flowers and Floral De- \ FOR SALE-900 acres, on which are 3 town. Kissimmee Drug. Co. 31-tf

a; borne i ,' Pa.,- came to St. Cloud last Sat- of Mr. Howell of Omaha. Neb. for Sale. signs for all occasions. II acres bearing /grapefruit, averaging - - --
Household Goods
5 boxes to a tree this year, and I) AN intelligent person may earn $100
urday. Mr. Baum was one of our first These gentlemen are now fixing s very Potted Plants and Roses a
\ acres bearing oranges. averaging f monthly corresponding for newspa
has been for over a unique fence in front of their home,, Hand-made kitchen cupboard, llavi- II
_j_ settlers away specialty.Phone boxQS to a tree this year; 1 old four pers. No canvassing. Send for par-
r tt year, and is much pleased with .the every panel of which will be of differ- land china dishes, cut glass solid sjlver 83 MISS JEAN CALDWEll room house, barn, etc., and 1 new 4- ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245,

growth of our city. ent design. ware, bedstead, spring, mattress and room house and barn. Has also a Lockport. N.Y.
small lake. Price $30: Bn I .-
pillows, linoleum etc. Call upstairs. beautiful
There have been several weddings in Mr. Dement, with the assistance of I acre. Mrs. Summers. Lake View VOCAlTTNSTRUCTION-Those desiri

Id St. Cloud in 1912, which goes to I Mr. Heaton, start /to build a private Citizens Bank building Saturday morn-7-11 I Ic. i Cottage. South Kissimmee. Fla. 7-tf I ing to study the art pf singing with
me do so during February and
ing. may
prove this is the year the young ladies I dock in front of liis\B>each front home,, -' ". ---- .. ,-- ,--- WE--Have listed some of the most de-I March. Expect to return North for
have been waiting for. and is ready now taJay the pi
I necting the dock with the mainland city and county, which we offer at Herrington. Box 60. Lessons givenat
\ Francis and Miss! Minnie '
Mr. Keys
when this ia completed the mail and the lowest prices to be obtained. pupils' homes.. . 6-tf
Ladner were united in marriage Sunday There is"nj padding of prices by us, -- --
passenger boat will make regular stopsat I ASK MRS. SUMMERS, of Lakeview
at 4 p. m. in the M. E. church Rev. J. every piece of property sold at exac
the Dement dock. ... placed on it by the owner.. Cottage South Kissimmee, if you
B. Westcott performing the ceremony: Write requirements and want a select city home, choice farm

Their many friends wish them a long{ 'Among the visitors to the Park this I HAY will do us our your best to please you, we by; a vacant lot, acreage, or an orange

,and happy life. week were Mr. K. L. Dunne of Hemp- i showing just the kind of property you grove. 6-tf

t stead, L. I., and Col. Jacobs of Phila- desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-t
The baby and home-folks show is the
e delphia. Mr. Dunne came to inspect I FOB RENT ,
electric theater .i
attraction at the every \
his lands on the prairie, as well as that I FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit
'p night. The pictures are fine. The contests 'with 250 bearing trees,
of his friend, Mr. Meyer, and waa well 9 grove, DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til-
are very laughable and are enjoyed five acres muck and ten acres pine ler.
by all. The"'DixleAmusement: Com- pleased with the fencing and plowing land in cultivation, thirty and one- .
that had been done. Tenants Wanted half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox
pany's photographers are still at work house, good barn and well. The Florida is now attracting more atten-

taking pictures over the town, and will Mr. and Mrs. Sanford, with two chil- improved land all under good fence. tontion from homeseeken, than anj 4

not stop until they have photographed dren from Providence, R. I., are in the 'Big Money in Raising Rice Hay This property on the north side of state in the Union, and Osceola county:

in Park and are occupying the Hauser East Lake, four miles from Narcoossee i. attracting more attention than any
children and old soldiers
all of the I Hay in Florida sells from $20.00 to $37.00 per tC .. nine miles from Kissimmee. county in Florida. Send 25 centa for a
home the beach front. Mr. Sanford
St. Cloud. on More than 21-2 tons of. upland Rice Hay can be raised per acre on Mack Price $4,500, $2,500 cash balance .one copy of the illustrated magazine edition.
has bought the sawmill from Sund- H, M. Breaker & Co. of the Valley Gazette and you will
The Agriculture Association met in macher and Creek and Mr.Thompson, Land and also 2 crop per year. vear. learn the reason. 5-tf
G. A. R. hall on Feb. 1, 1912. The Kissimmee At the low price of $20.00 per toa on 100 acres we would Lave the .following -
who. operated same when BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting
president appointed an executive committee Park was first opened for sale, will act! edtimate: Two and one-half" tons per acre, two crops per year at of a half block located in the ben Nice New Home Cheap.

consisting of L.. L Scriber, A. $20.00 per ton, on 100 acre-would amount to $10,000.00. neighborhood in the citv. WIII..11 ,
i a as operating manager.Mr. 'who will it to We offer, for a quick sale a new 8-
H. Kinney W, G. King. Finance committee only to party improve I
e L G. Gill B. Seagrave Mrs. Lincoln has secured the leading SMAJLL FARMS correspond with surrounding prop.. : .house, with hall and two porches,,

B. F. RaIl.: Secretary McNew"and restaurant Kissimmee. and will leavein erty. Full particulars H. and M. Breaker price U I located In the west part of the city.: r
ON S INVESTMENT interested party I Fine well of'water back porch 200
Lecturer'Klnney both made talks. -The : a few days. His home will be occu- & Co 31-tf ,
: Several hundred acres of Rich MucklLand at Pegborn Junction and or( : I I feet deep, good barn anttbuildin<<-:
I short talk pruning pied by Chas. lIen and wife who were .
.president gave a Southport Canal to"b -- ubdivided into JM number of small farms having !\
\i I .. and planting of trees. Tbe. meeting married: in the, Park a few months ago.. Houses, -Barns, Fenced -an-diUe i <}; suitable for tenants. This land is FOR SALE-Five good paying orange i Also a small 36om. cottage on therear"ind !
t," .\"'' Interesting and Instructive. the splendidly adapted to raising Rice Hay and Sngar Cane. groves and a 20-acre truck farm, ,i,8 of the lot; suitable for.rental pur-
,was very Mr. Oliver of
county surveyor Skinner
acres irrigated with system. >oses. Young'shade trees set in front 'g
C' Dr: J. H. Long died at.his home on sceola county, has been in the Park Also complete sawmill, capacity 10,000( 'of lot. Thi. is a great bargain for
Michigan avenue Saturday evening at the last few days and has finished his I S4OSOOOApproil feet per day, log carts, wagons and
I five good mules. Will sell at bargain $1,600 cash. If you are looking for a
.11:40, of beast trouble Dr. Long was survey of the new tract south of the I prices. Investigate. C. Buckels. Kis- home, don't fail to lee'this proposition.4tf .
r old dock. We understand! that nearly Oros. Procee per Year off 100 Acr.. Planted ).
born in Pennsylvania and enlisted from > simmee, Fla._40-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. .

therein the rank of private, Co. F, three.fourths of this tract has already SUGAR CANE V- ----

zt 124th Pa. Volunteer Infantry, and was I been reserved by people from the North, BE YOUR OWN LANDLORDWhypay

ba I discharged 6th day of .Jan. 1898, as leaving a very small amount to be sold AMAZING PROFIT in raising Sugar Cane. Good rich muck land produces of rent own when by you paying can own just a a home little GRIM STORY OF MISSIONARY

when the platting is completed. as high as 40 tons to 50 tons per acre. Sugar/ cane svrup retail at your for sale
I a
of the same regiment. more than rent;
60 cents to 75 cents per gallon. Wholesales at 45 cents to 50 cents, per of artesian Converted Dya'k, Forced by Sweetheart
Dr. Long was 69 years old and is survived We understand that Mr. Broughton gallon. If one ton of cane produces 23 gallons of syrup, on 100 acres at fine home nine rooms chicken, yard to Hunt Heads, Brought

by his wife and eight children. sold his one year old grove to' Mr. Wil- the above price per gallon we would have the following figure: 40 tons etc.water Lot outbuildings 150x200. 14 bearing orange Those of Her Relatives. ,

He was taken. to Petersburg. Va., for lame of Cairo, 111., at a handsome profit multiplied by 100 23 gallons multiplied the ASTOUNDING by 45 cents SUM equals OF$414.00 41400.00 per,acre the trees, 7 peach and 2 mulberry trees.
multiplied by acres gives
interment. and Mr. Cahill has disposed of his I approximate GROSS PROCEEDS PER YEAR OFF 100 ACRES PLANTEDIN Abstract given to title; $1,000 cash, The missionary lighted a fresh 'cl
terms on Remainder at 8 per cent
and Mrs. T. M. itrus fruit land to Miss'Katherine Der- SUGAR the pro
Mrs. 'E. L. Ask. Mrs. Summers Yes," he said "I have seen grim
y\ Jewell and eon, Edward, of Chicago, yshire of Kissimmee. Miss Derby- CANE.PARTNER WANTED FOR amount of remainder. 4-tf mppenlngs In my time. The (Tinnest .-

are stopping at the home of J. J. Cummings lire already owns a fine five-acre grove POSTS-A. E. Drought, I suppose, occurred among the
recently planted next to tbe fine one .ICHTWOOD .
avenue. Dyak bead hunters.
on Pennsylvania F'ARlVI St. Cloud. 4-tf
', BUSINESS MENS LEAGUE. year' old grove owned by Mr. Hamiltont DAIRY "We had converted a young Dyak.
,t New York City. and the lad had abandoned headhunting '
League meeting called to order by Milk Ten and Twelve Cents Per Quart FOR SALE-Three residences. One in'. for. /er. But he met a girl! r
Mr. Kloer of Greensburg Pa., after Eureka addition, $600; one in addition t
in Bass' a beautiful girl, and then- J J. .
addition $1,500
Muck Land ;
Junction j
his land well Peghorn C.Ighed.
flowing ,
fencing ,
boring a $2,500. Waters & Carson Grocery The missionary shook bis bead. and. 1'

R. HUDSON BURRIll and planting about five acres, returned This land being mostly rich muck land would produce Hay, Feed and Company. 51-tf -

to his old home this week to bring his Pasturage abundantly. The canal running through it affords an excellent "Tbe girl listened to his wooing, for

'. ::1 family to Park, where he watering place for stock and also for manufacturing ice. 'IVE!: city lots on' which ia located a be was a handsome lad, but smoked
farm situated road and railroad leading from Kissimmee nice five-room cottage, fine view
*iH make his future home. This public new leads to a Dyak maid are what Jewell
I to St. Cloud is fenced and ditched. Pe horn depot near, it being a of the lake, cool breezes. This property are to a chorus girl and with a curl

u Mr. C. H. Sundmacher started on natural shipping center where 4 trains pass daily except Sundays, enablingone is located close to the proposed of the'Up abe said:
to ship milk twice a day by rail to Kissimmee, St. Cloud and other near- electric line on high level lots. A '
:' hurtday morning to clear his land on by towns. bargain at $1600. Let u. show you 'You vow you love toe, but you .

the beach front north of Mr. Riggan, I A hundred cows producing ten quarts of milk per day at ten cents per this property.. H. M. Breaker & Co. bring me no' beads to prove. It.'

is well as that of his father north ofthe quart would be as follow.: 100 cows, multiplied by 10 quarts multiplied by 91-tf 'But I am a CbrUtlan.: he replied.

1! company's flowing well prepnra- 10 cents would amount to $100.00 per day; 365 days would be $36,500.00 When did a Dyak wooer ever go s
and his the gross proceeds per year. The great scarcity and high price of milk as 'WO' very desirable resident lots in : -wooing without beadsT said .h.\: \ij
tory to building moving family land make the above proposition a Carson addition each 50x164 feet.. i
t. well as the location and quality of this 'You' are not a man; you are a !
In the Park. BONANZA that you cannot afford to overlook. There are IS bearing orange trees on I "Tbe young (convert round his ((1
these lots, under good new fence,
4.H Mr. Z. S. Miller an .electrician of OFFER TO TENANTSI located close to the lake. $350 cash I teeth and left her. The next morning

M llssimmee.. has moved with his wife tothe I takes the two. See H. M. Breaker early staggered into her presence f.V
.>1 4 irE rE Park and Is occupying his new home want reliable parties having had experience In raising hay, who are & Co. a ,-tf with bloodshot eyes. There was a bag
9elr ifr Vs well equipped with team., etc., and financially able to carry on farming to OD his shoulder. 5
on the beach front. He la giving his raise Rice Hay and Sugar Cane. I would agree to furnish the land, fence '" 'You asked for heads: be said ;
personal attention to his land and is and ditch it and build houses and shed barn for number of good tenants MISCELLANEOUSVADE Look If
: marketing the last of his of for a share of the crop. I would also provide a Cane Mill\ for grinding the !
now crop cane-for syrup. In the above case I would rent for third of the crop. thextuner. Orlando. "And lie emptied from the bag onto i
H grapefruit and oranges from his splenld > he floor tbe beads of her father and ..t

: TijLrCANDIDATE'FOR"CONQR grove in the ,southea teifr"part>> of ISAAC HALL, Lake House, Kissimmee, )Fla.Tr WANTED-Property, 5, to 20 'poSt her two brothers!" *,: f

the Park. CORRESPONDENT. good land close to city, station The missionary smiled sadly_ t
and Send full descriptionand
express. That wasn't playing "
the he
price to Fred Lapp, "Rossville, gam
{ Jr Md. 6-3t aid. "It's the beads of/enemlM' that

. ._ the head hunter mu. bring Jfi? not

5HINGLUSf.r. WANTED-The sweetest thing out for ,t be head. of one'. ownkjjroth ".trlbesi -., '
your : girl-Fuller Greeme Candy n.; They shut the young convert l.;, '

'0 fresh from factory. Kiasinamee' Drug. a slatted cage of bamboo to starve t4j;
Company, 83-tf eath. He died under his. sweet--
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beart' -eyeJ: .
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... P'OR-4re.h--fish-phone s -
.. !SSd'Ii. Market. No. ,189. 19-tf '

\ ., SECOND DISTRICT WS'r-A gold watch charm, with monogram So auddenfl'|

_Bnrr Legislator. and as State.:Rail- ,.J, T. D. Ev Rewarl If returned BIMClter -+ Daisy Headllner haaromlsed \. '," '
as : J _
: : .. ,to R. D.,'Porter Grayiton hotel.- It > to give me my answer,:to-;
t ":\' Commissioner-has'I fought the battle '
road. Dral-Upcturch Flor1da .. j.
Build ; .
Jacksonville, ,
: ,
1 1S
.I' ,:lof the people. ,,He ha-stood on .the Ortngithe .J\' ". .;,t WOOD, per strand $1.26; five,strands BheBaxtershowing( evening: paper)....(

G';. at all times,contending! for,right and ifpmena inad.0 any part or-the state., Upr stock Is made timber ,in Florida,. Is weD Ipaa to.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co., '29-tf TH press agent and u.. ::-reporten..J 1--\.

1 "e{ c' -justice to all ;and (for: 'ecuaiT'pPort lt ; ufactured and carefully_graded,'and oar facilities for filling,orders f or.carload lots an.exceptionally.. ..; : good;: GET : lane got ahead 'of... .TOO.- bid- '.
H. ,,N. 'BRATTON to drive V
i f -8e .U the man Frank'Clark, . ; wjil! have to'ectefeat your , ,' ;
artesian welt > ,43 tf
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