Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00575
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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This Year Will Be a 'Better".. Year' Than the Last if- 'You Want, It To Be'- --Make It So '


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: :first crop about November 10. lIe -: the town and ire :willing to step '

MRS SIMPSON WANTS, sold his first crop for seed to local .. ... down. and out. at ihe end. ot their COUNTY OffICE |,lQ.
gardener who became- interested in" terms.and-turn the, -management- __


f: THE'.POSTMASTER-SHIP J la hi*in nearing the experiment.course maturity of The week's and' he second will time gather'It crop lie .,A 'New" Year's Resolution ing affairs In in the at over meantime a snail'to other pace tax'money'is hands and*City Clerk com. 'BE:SWORN IN JAN. 6.,

will make three time as much on the Gilbert Ja writing;very few receipts.
4 second crop a* on the fret He plant- .

'PETITION, IS CIRCULATED i :ad at the half rate an acre of between and his first and crop 20 .made bushels FOR__ ...CITIZENS'n OF kISSIMMEE,__ __.. STATE 'BANK MAKES ASSUME OFFICES 'TUESDAY -

,,4 to the acre. Mr. Fansler has bean i

gathering strawberries for several 1lcs01 Dcri That ....- "," 1#,' I a
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APPLICANT IS SISTER OF SENA- day; he. 1 II supplying the local GOOD STATEMENTS LAST MEETING OF THE BOARD :
market with cabbage, beets, cauli I 1t} :

'' RECEIV-ING I i:flower'and other vegetables. He finds 'I I wIC: : ezercite: E.T wib and energies to do some thing for OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '

STRONG INDORSE- ready sale! for all that he can produce. AS PRESENTLY CONSTITUTED. -
MENTS FOR PLACE. die food of my town during the year which has just opened. INSTITUTION'THAT HAS GROWNIN ,;: 1fof

r' A FEW YEARS TO BE ONE II e,
DR.. RIVERS PREfORMS That I will take an interest in the welfare of my town, and -
OF THE STRONGEST IN '.".
Mrs Bessie Bryan Simpson is an DEfEjCULT OPERATION will watch with zealous care the manner in which its business it y All newly elected officer of the. ;
applicant for the Kissimmee post- I FLORIDA. county will take the oath of office N'

mastershlp. A general indorsement. conducted by those who have been entrusted with the important Monday, when the County Commissioners ,"
for the petition is being circulated in. will meet for the last time as '.'/ ;
her behalf and has received a numberof UNUSUAL FEAT OF UNUSUAL I commission of administering its affair The Gazette directs attention to the the present board is composed.: The ,Y, F
signatures. It ia thought that if statement of the State Bank of Kis- be : '
SURGERY MEETS THE IN- new members will sworn in and :.i;t l. .: Ma
the senate falls to confirm the reap- I That the business which concern the public it my business, simmee in this issue. the other officers will pass through: >, < ,). ,
Frank Vans GENUITY OF PIIYSICIAN. This bank is the oldest bank in '
pointment of Postmaster l i I the last preliminary to taking their"- "
Agnew that Mrs. Simpson' will receive for I am sn integral part of the public; that I will not be intimidated Osceola county and has shown marvelous respective'.office ,.. ':, ,
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the commission. ( progress and development. There are two new member of the ,
Postmaster Vans Agnew term expired !| One day last week Dr. T. M..Riverswas or hindered by any man who hold office through the was organized in'1901 with a capitalof Board of County Commissioners .>. .. "' '
a month ago, and it is expected called to Whittier to attend a only 15000. Since that time the be sworn in. Frank Walker of'' the < i
+ I that President Taft will send In his 1 negro who had been stabbed in the sufferance of the people in performing my duty ai a citizen; bank has increased its capital to $50- Bassenger district succeeds W, S...'
name for reappointment, but the. I back of the head by another negro, 000 fully paid up, and it now carries Pearce, and Raymond Lanier Iu'e-' .
time U so short until Woodrow Wil-1 and he mad& the trip in company That believing Kittimmee to be the cleanest town in Florida a surplus fund of $32,500. coeds E. L. D. Overstreet of Campbell .:" ';I
son assumes office that it is doubtful I with Sheriff rrevatt who went along When it is remembered that the Station and Shingle Creek district. ...x.: ,
3; if the senate will\ act on the appoint-I to take the assailant into custodv. with advantage for advancement surpassed by no other locality, stockholders are liable for double Those who succeed themselves' ire y t y
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ment. I Dr. Rivera-found that the knife jiad this amount, as a protection and guar- E. L. Lesley,. O. R. Bass and A.,, F.... __
There ii the contingency that Pros- I penetrated the bone and entered the I will take occasion: to make known my faith whenever opportunity antee of the safety of the bank, we Bass. ,\ __
ident Taft will not act in the matter cavity of the brain. The end of thi' find that this bank's guarantee of The Board of Public Instruction "-

and If this I is the case the field will blade had been broken off in the hone offer and will do what I can to induce others' to come and safety to its depositors amounts to will meet 'Tuesday. There i ia but one

be open to Mrs. Simpson, for it ill I the physician first attempted to e"- $132,500, that is, the interested part- new member of the Board, George W. +"

ti not likely' that Postmaster Vans Ag- tract the steel with his tweezers, 'but abide with, us.HAIL ies who also are liable and responsible Overstreet succeeding E.. E.: Brown_.
new will make formal application for found them unequal to the require- are liable for this amount of moneyas The other members Walter C. Bass .

reappointment? under the democratic j ments. He then went to his auto- a protection. It will be seen also and Willis W. Chandler were'.re-elect-, r'
dmiriistration. Unless he should resign -' mobile and got a pair of pliers and that the resources now amount to .

the office' however, he is a pas-I tried them; this attempt was futile I $338,514.40, which in view of the conditions ed.John L. Overstreet succeeds R. G.,. .

dive applicant for reappointment and also. A large pair of pliers was .I existing for the past few Johnston in the office of clerk.., ,He
t will remain in office during the in- duced, but without success. months is remarkable.The has offered the deputy clerkship to \
by cutting around the imbedded pro-l- strength of a bank always, however James Johnston and it is ; .
t Postmaster' Van Agnew was ap- I I of blade h* was enabled to pull it I DELIVERY BY 1 FAXPAYERS SLOW IN is shown in its management and that Mr. Johnston will remain In' that

pointed t6 office' by Theodore Roose and when he left the patient he this is one of the strong points of theState position. Mrs .Ruth Patrick, sitter, r{
velt. He was a member of Roose resting easy and in a fair way to'' Bank of Kissimmee. The directors of Mr. Overstreet, will succeed Miss
velt's regiment of Hough Riders, and cover. CARRIERSYSTEM SETTLING ACCOUNTS are men well known in every de- Elizabeth Johnston as clerk in the

_ItaHt..l-rslaticw-.-oL.. eum.trJend-: .c -= ____ __ n_ __ __n partment of life, in Kissimmee and in I jjffice. --- -- *;.' .
ship with the colonel. He has nevertaken tisccoiszounty-rtd-they: are memjf" L. H. Ingram succeeds C. {((* Prevatt'' '::- t;
an active interest in politics, : PROGRAM FOR WEEK reputation and ability. This boardis in'the office of Sheriff. Mr.' .Ingram'
and the appointment was made on composed as follows: C. A. Car- has named L. R. Farmer as his chief' 'I
I HOT MANY MONTHS DISTANT \HIGH MILLAGE COMPLAINED OF N. B. Carson John M. Lee M.
personal ground. lie is personally j son, deputy. He has yet to name his' '
popular and has a host of friends.' 'egardless Of DEVOTIONSI Katz, H. Fleming, N. C. Bryan, E. L. ties at St. Cloud, Bassenger and Whit. v ;
of political affiliations.Mrs. Lesley. The name of each stands qs tier. 'f,

Simpson is a sister of Senator I imjlMREMENTS: : : OF I DEPARTMENT PERCENTAGE; PLAN OF PAYING a synonym for good, sound, careful H. 'Geiger succeeds W. B. Craw :)
who was one of i conservative management, and they :'It II, /,
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Nathan P. Bryan I BAI..IS1' ford in the office of prosecuting attor-
CHURCH TO ,
OF
In I HAVE BEEN COMPLIED CITY TAX ASSESSOR REGARDED the unlimited confidence of '
the original Wflson supporters. possess ney. J:l
fad Senator Bryan was probably the I OBSERVE SEASON OF PRAYEK WITH AND: INSPECTOR: TO AS EXTRAVAGANT IN the town and of the county.It T. M. Murphy succeeds George F. n .
Wilson man, having made' goes without saying that all Parker in the office of
original County Judge. f'
I FOR WORLD MISSIONS.The BE INVITED TO COME. COMPARISON.City '
Princetoman at a should be proud of the strong finan-
the choice of the W. I. Barber succeeds John L. Over.' I'i' k
bar association several I cial institutions in Kissimmee. The .
meeting of the I -- street as Tax Assessor. Jr "
heard that of this bank is also shown ,.
when he strength '
: years ago ladies of the Baptist church Now the Clerk Gilbert in his C. L. Bandy succeeds himself a* '
that Kissirnmee hat: let capacityof
deliver an addrellB..I 11 by the fact that it is the depository Tax Collector. .J,
entleman voice will undoubt- will observe a week of prayer for ,(contract for laying cement sidewalksand city tax collector, has collected but for the United States Government
I Senator Bryan's influence in det"m"nilng I world missions, beginning Tuesday, ;i has further provided that the I about $2,000 of the $:)(f,000! of city Postal Savings Bank funds, for the S. L. Lupfer becomes the successor /
edly be a strong In Florida. With January 7. The meetings will be held'':, I houses shall be numbered, and the | I taxes that are due. State of Florida, County of OaceoU, of B. F. Miller in the office. of County" +

'i'' appointments local, indorsement for her and I at the church. Following is the program i work having been practically com-i I The city taxes are due November 1,,, and Town of Kissimmee. It is veil Treasurer.W. *J. himself> 0 '
Sears succeeds
: I strong determined opposition, It is : pleted,there remains no obstacle in I hut the taxpayers are taking their for the public that we have 'tich a as ," )
: ) without Superintendent of Public '
10:00: a. m.-"The Failh and Work i the way of establishing a system of postof-
. that the Kissimmee : strong, ,
I probable of Mrs. Simp- of God," Mrs. McVeigh. mail delivery. 1 length of time which !is allowed fothe The next\ week will be a busy one f'. :
flce in for the new officers, theY will be yN
'r\ forlthe four 11:00: a. m.-"Southern Baptist Evidences Postmaster Vans Agnew has recom- payment 01 such assessments as '- ,
:r aon next years. of Faith and Work; Mrs. C.I) mended the inauguration of the system 'I probably offers one reason for the delay AULTMJN RECEPTION going through the experience of get-: ; '
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A. Carson. j, in his annual report, and if but the increase in the amounts ting their affairs straight for smooth' 1t:

1:00: p. m.-"The Work in China : prompt action is had upon his recommendation i due by the citizens htay afford a sup running. 1. ;..
: CITIZENS BANKDECLARES Mr*. Hall < an inspector will be plemental cause for non-payment, BRILLIANT AffAIR Judge George' F. Parker, who retires -. I '

2:00: p. m.-"Judson, the Apostle.of I sent to confirm the report and further i and considerable complaint is heard from, the office of Count yJudge, '
DIVIDEND Faith and Work," Mrs. Barclay I j recommend that carriers bo put on. t concerning the increased millage and .. will resume his law practice, and R. sv

All ladies of the church'and othersare The postoffice receipt for the last ;appraisements. It is possible to delay G. Johnston, who had filled an interim v"V',5: '""
!MR. AND'MRS. IIENRY AULTMAN as Clerk'of the Court, will now begin .v>:, .
requested to attend ths meetings, year were aboUt twenty per cent the of city taxes until the ; a
greater than for tbs year previous, jaYlI\ent In May, and it ia not FORMALLY PRESENTED TO the practice of .law in earnest. He 1 '
EXCELLENT SHOWING MADE BYYOUNG" and the receipts 'approximated $12-1 improbable that many will take ad- was fnesh from college when he .was +
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION GROCERYMAN BEGINS 000. The postoffice receipts have ] vantage of the time limit: SOCIETY ON NEW YEAR. appointed to fill the unexpired term
been sufficient for some time to war- | caused by the resignation of ArthurE. .
-ADDED SURPLUS. TO EXTEND BUSINESS I Ii rant the establishment of the delivery: i Taxpayers Kicking.The Donegan, and had hardly begun the
system, but the town was behind the j increase in valuations for the The reception given by Mr. and practice of his profession. He will,

i postoffice by reason of not having a year was 47.04 per cent and the mill- Mrs. S. B A.ultman, the evening of have offices in the Citizen's' Bank..;;:r'
I was increased from 19 to 26. It first in honor of Mr. and building. .
in GEORGE M. TAYLOR WILL !MOVE: i sufficient mileage of sidewalks,and not age January ,
The Gazette takes p.casure having the houses numbered. will be readily seen that this means Mrs. Henry Aultman, who were mar- Sheriff Prevatt retires after a long f"i
("allinaattention to the report, published the- TO UPPER BROADWAY AND The contract for numbering the' more than a 60 per cent increase in ried Christmas day, was a brilliantand and notable term in that 'office. He )
elsewhere in this paper, of MABBETTE BRANCH I houses has been completed, and the I the amount of taxes to be paid ..bynime delightful affair. has handled criminals of all classes s-
Bank of RUN
condition of the Citizens contractors having the laying of when the increased valuation is The Aultman home was given over during his service, including some of

Kissimmee.This I walks in charge are moving along well considered along with the increased to the event almost entirely, and each the worst types, and he has never- flf
of
bank is institutfons.the younger 1 It openedfor our George M. Taylor!, the grocer, i ill | with their work, and will probably millage, and there is a roar from those room was specially decorated. The found it necessary to shoot or roughly ,_ 'f
two business and for considerable extensionof have.it completed before an inspector uponhomthe burden falls. open room in front was used as an treat a prisoner. He has been "
2 1910.! preparing a
on April I dm business. He will move from I will be sent to pass on th3 validity of The total valuations assessed was entry room and here the decorationswere prompt, efficient and as some one one .
the steady growth which it has made the I Lancaster building about the I the claim that Kissimmee i ill now $1,400,643( to yield a total revenue of in red, roses and ribbons and the street expressed it, has made alb>

since that time is evidenced by .the. middle of the month to the'Dickerson ready for the carrier system. $3|;,415.38. The tax assessor reported lights being combined: in carrying out "rattling good sheriff." His deputy, *tl'1'.' ,
comparative statement of deposits.It set building on 'upper Broadway, wherehe Postmaster Vans Agnew is certain I to Council in submitting his books the effect. Miss Rh.ea: Pherigo met Charlie Prevatt, has been of great ..
is noted that the bank has will have commodious tlmt the report of the inspector will that the valuations had been raised the guests at the door and Mrs. Clay help to his father in the office, and '
more
forthe a
aside $2,500 of its net earnings and better sl nd. be favorable and that the carrier' system from a 60 per cent' basis to A (><6 2-3 Johnson, Mrs. S. II. Bulloch and Mrs. has developed an unusual faculty'for ,
year to be added! to Its surplus additional More- He has bought a the Howell Bass will be inaugurated by the mid I per cent basis ,it being the purposeto II. Clay Stanford directed them to the the spotting and running down of \:; .

fund. This fund represent an stock of goods corner of Brack and dIe of the summer, i if not before. increase the valuations graduallyuntil cloak and reception rooms. fugitives from justice. .

depositors' security. Vine and will continue this business To begin with there will be two all property was assessed at its The dining room was used as the L. R. Farmer, who is to be,Sheriff ,
The dividend declared to cent the of stockholders the- at the same stand and besides he is carriers, two deliveries each day. I true cash value: reception room, beautifully decoratedin ngram's chief deputy, has had long ),

amounts to fi 1 per Smith the Conducting first class store on Mab- The AssesHor'a Compensation.The yellow, with nasturtiums as the experience in controlling men. He
W. A. ,
capital stock. Mr. I flower in the scheme. operated a turpentine for (
congratulated bette street. This makes Mr. Tay- city council employed J. W. camp a num- 't.
is to be
retiring cashier, In the receiving line were Mr. and >er of years and during the time ..r"
lor the of three stores
whichhe proprietor Prentis at the meeting held June 4
the excellent showing PRISONERS ESCAPE .
upon Mrs. Aultman, Miss Elizabeth Ault- worked convicts. He is acquainted t
which
make. strategetically located, are a commission basis to assess
has helped the bank to I upon and Mrs. J. F. the with the type of criminals to 1
man, O'Berry, on common 1
bound to grow as the town grows, giving the taxes, his compensation being fixed
the rank of the most THE MAYOR SMILES other side were the guests of honor, this section, and he knows the coun'i
1 owner as one at 1:! 1-2 per cent of the total amountof
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GROWN enterprising and foremost of I taxes to be'collected. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aultman, and try in this part of the State so well ,h .'
BUCKWHEAT( I mee's merchants.J. Killslm-I This was a departure from the rule their best man and maid of honor, Mr. that he brings to his new duties that ., ;:
Sam Ragsdale and Miss Kathleen peculiar knowledge which will be very \?, r
which had prevailed heretofore, the
NEAR KISSIMMEE CITY LOCKUP BEREFT. OF ITS work being done previously for a Peacock. necessary. ':
J. M. WILLSON JR.CRITICALLY r.1 Mrs. F. Cummings presided in James Johnston, who has been aPpointed -" I.'I.
stated in
for
amount, example, 1910
I INMATES BUT NO BKRE.VVE-: _
clerk
I I the amount paid was $125 in 1911 the punch room, which was decoratedn deputy is thoroughly ,
t'; ILL !|I MENT IS .FELT BY HIS HONOR. I it was $250. On the commission basis pink roses, and she was assisted familiar with the duties of the office IIh
SECOND CROP ON EXPERIMENTAL by Misses Maud Thomason, Ruby and will make Clerk Overstreet an efficient J..
the tax assessor was paid a warrantfor
I Ellis, Mae Graves, Mary and Bettie assistant. .
BE READY
PATCH WILL I the year 1912 of $910.38. ,.
I Pherigo. The principals who are to fill the
I Tax
FOR HARVEST SOON. WAS TAKEN VIOLENTLY SICK A Mayor Bryan -mileJ. Assessor Prentis does excel- After meeting the bride and groom offices have the confidence of the peo.- S;'
;'nt work and his books beyond
are
It be of interest to. know when
may the pie, which evidenced the '
guests enjoyed A delightful was by votes
I pro-
.. WEEK AGO AND CONDITION criticism, -yet the of the taxpayeris (
the Mayor smiled and why. The time cry
rrnm of music and readings as fol- they received. Their records were it
About the first of September the I HAS BEEN ALARMING. was Saturday morning and the placewas that the amount paid for this workis ''rws: made known during the primary and J'
I more than should have been paid,
'r Gazette told of the planting of an experimental Roberson's soda fountain. The and was more than four times as muchas Piano solo, Miss Ruby Ellis; song, needless' campaigns, and it is quite :;
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crop of buckwheat by S. \ smile snuggled in the corners of his :Miss Derbyshire; reading, Mrs. Earl at this time to repeat what 'f ;
.. T. Fansler. Mr. Fansler's place is on The condition of J. M. Willson, Jr., honor's mouth and played over his 1 was paid last year. Lupfer; song, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr; has been published many times
The idea is taking hold 'thut tneI pre"t
the Pinedale road about two miles who was taken ill a week ago, is mo-re countenance broadly when he announced violin selection, Mr. and Mrs. R. De- viously. They are all good men ,
from town. He has a truck farm i\ hopeful today than it has been for the to his fellow drinkers (soda I'1 expenditure of public money by the Witt Brown; song, Mr. Durant; piano qualified to give highly efficient ser- :

''j from which he gathered all varieties past few days, though he i.. still very pop) that the prisoners in the city ,present a number Council of has instances been extravagantin like the .selection, Miss Marie O'Berry; song, vice, and the public affairswhould be i .,
ti. 'of vegetables, and he had a profitable ill. jail had escaped.The Miss Belle Buzza and Mrs. Wells; well administered under their guard- 1..
...summer garden opening tha eyes of Dr. Persons, of Orlando, was called men had been arrested firboating one cited, which in the aggregate violin solo, Mrs. S. H. Bulloch; song, ianship. ;
; into consultation with his'! local their way on a train. 'J hey amounts to a considerable sum and ;
having Miss Preble Miss
residents by
{ of the older ; readipg, Virginia
some
,\ garden stuff for the market in the physician, Dr. W. L. Winn, and the were making their way back from a has< been largely responsible foe increasing Makinson; piano, Miss Louise Thom- Election of Officers.

midst of the rainy season, something patient has had the most attentive stranded circus, a little late for I 1 the tax burden. ason; song, Mr. J. W. Simpson; piano, Osceola Camp, No. 79, W.O.W., will :I' W;
that u rarely heard of in this eect1oMr. care, two nurses from Orlando being Christmas, but they were on their way Not Good for the Town.It Miss Ruby Ellis; song, Mr. Doyle; hold Ita regular annual election of officers ',;,/
called in his case. when the cop got them. They didn'tlike I is asserted by the insurgents that'a song, Miss Lillian Harris; reading, Tuesday night, January 7. All ;:
Fansler came from Wisconsin Mr. Willson was taken with high the kind of hospitality that Kis high tax rate does not invit-j investment Miss Weckler; song, Mrs. Edgar membere are urgently requested to be at'
.and went to work on his land with a fever and complications have followed. simmee gave them, and so they1-left. 't and unless measures are Oliver; song, Mrs. Geraldine Norton: present. k') .
''will. He took it in the raw state inS He is extremely weak, but it is without adieux. There were five of taken to retrench and keep the tax song Miss Mary Carson. \'.

7 February, ditched it, built his house hoped that he will recover. Being them. I rate down the progress of the iov..i i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aultman have Col. E. T. Byington, Identified with \/r4"+i.E
,and fence and outhouses! and in prominent and universally popular, The Mayor's smile was caused prob- I will be retarded. They do not Object moved into apartments in the Will- Florida journal ism for many years, .
j i /* ".faet'dld all of the'work himself. He his serious condition has occasioned| ably by the thought that he wind: to the payment of taxes on increased 'on building, and will be at home to, was in Kissimmee Thursday for the .: I
5, ..' 'snow ha a beautiful little farm, which. general interest, and all share in the be spared the task of passing; sentenceon I valuations so much as they do on ac- their friends there: The handsome purpose of interesting the local business :''''
S.i flourishing with many marketable' wishes for his welfare. the poor wretches. In any event,,: count of the increased millage, which furnishings of their apartments werea men .in a special edition of the

'vegetables and he has grown some the Mayor failed to show any grief t i some think was occasioned by exi gift from the groom's parents. Tampa Times, which is to be issued in ,? "
'" be Norman -Winn, of Mason Miss., is over their unconventional departure. .
thing that were not known to i travagance. the near future. Co]. Byington's reputation ' '.
adapted to this part of the country. in the city spending the holidays. with I The councilmen, on the other hand, Clyde Burns, of Jacksonville, is the I for thorough and con.d.n.i.. ..
,* Buckwheat i among these. He plant- hi* parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Leonard Williams, of Loughman,, take the stand that they have done guest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs 5 tiou work la sufficient guarantee that ,, i "W:>.

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.*, I "' *.' .. \ l FRIDAY JAN i()ARY' 3; :1913j

l' :1 '!: AGE : \ \ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE F;, , (' I ,

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- 'r Park' 5 Miles from Kissimmee Hoiiser; Mr. and Mrs. ft.[ R. Patterson :I'w ''I
,, ; ,Artesian Well in Kissimmee Mr. and'Ms. W. Nichols, Mr,
and Mrs. B. F. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. /11'
R W. Cobb, Mr. and Mrs.' Edward 0 ; Nelson; Misses Boston, Turville, Sar- ( '
I MS gent, Fowler..' Mar' erite: Kellogg, :It.lhavp.the i'. .
{, Elizabeth: Aultman, Virginia Makin- I 1'1
p jp VVjtgJ&FL 1 f OM son, Angie Makinson, Florence and N. t1eC' .e' ..:J' 1 '
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__"- ='. .d. Helen Canning' Sue Watson. 0 ;

,\ ">s-v" I v.:" fcB-. \ $%&*$?&&" Bl Dixon cock, ,'Rosa-Ruth 'Thomas--Kathleen.Tress; Messrs. Mary. . L.._ .. ...,,

,' Simpson, J. J. Hall, Frank Duke,
:, : Russell Cole, George E, Parker, R.
LL 'wi W. Meikeljohn, J. D. Erwin, George .l
u I : Gardner, Guy Gardner, Louis Travis, ,
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+ I ; ,. ,: Bryan Ike Adams,.Ira Best, _
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1 .nd will
T ,', : Water Canning, Charles; Donegan, following Iamb to sell .1 pI' T I,
", ,1 William Nelson and many others. I. .,
close estate
to an
'. until January 20th., 1913 !: ye""ti d'
'offer,
consider
1 a, .
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H. :. A .- ? ....::'!'r TICK AGITATION NOTOF'lNTfREST Sicti'28, Township .
., ,I \. _.. ... '' ..' .. The SW 1-4 of the SW 1.4 ,
--- r-- ,- ... .. the S 1 f SW 1-4 of SW
-- lcu
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HERE 35, South Range 1'.4,0

.' I 1-4 and the S 1-2 33/t'l;; 1-4 of SW being about 120

p Leave bids with Jude I'
CATTLE MEN DO NOT fKAK TICK I acres, located near Baenger.

eM AND.SEE NO CONSIDERABLE.HARM '. I G. F. Parker.

IN: PEST. \\1' .
R '.

rr While cattlemen-in other parts of I| W. W. ChandlerAdministrator.

the south are tearing their hair I
about the ravages of the cattle tick [ .
the Kissimmee cattlemen are calmly 52-41 ,
looking on and saying nothing. ,I __ .,
The tick does net interest the cattlemen -, I
I' of the Kissimmee prairie.: It
may be that the tick is moru"inte- : i
ing to the cattle than to the cattl : .
men, but the cattlemen aver that the I
tick ia not a cerious hindrance to the -
successful operation of the!r ranches::
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and that it has no visible effect i in I ,11 I I I I I I I ;
reducing the output. I f
"When 'he grass; gets tall i in 111?
'I
fall," said a prominent ,cattleman IINOTICE

F a few days ago, "the cattle gets ticks, 4
but they disappear in spring when the I I ,
a grass is green ai.d ten-fer :nd the !I
; t i r : cows get plenty to eat. The tick I
J .ir comes when the cattle get poor, but i
they get rid of the ticks themselves |I SALE OF BASSENGER LANDS 'I

and without the aid or need of aid l | F
from the government." Another Look on your map and point out just t the location of a '

\ ijrM I rancher said that the ticks did not new County Seat, within the next ten yean or much less "
K,'t on the native cattle to any: great I f.
extent, but they would attack I imported -J I time. \
cattle, sometimes with disH.s-I When the several counties are divided put your finder

trous effect. I I on Besienger. W offer for. late forty acres of splendid
I While the ranching interests are of the stores
timbered land within two hundred yards ,
great in this section, there appears to I
be no i interest in the effort that is I II Post Office, and churches. This land wil Ibe sold on

. This Well Flows 200 Gallons a Minute 10 Feet Above Ground I I being made to get an increase in the i January 20, 1913. It is adjoining the Chandler estate
I, appropriation for fighting the tick i which ii to be sold on the same date.

This appropriation hI been formerly I Will sell in five, ten ro' twenty acre lots or the whole
$.!;,000, but effort i is
> a strong beingnuiele .
Iaslk
,,,wl'rlllnv..1h..J
J awUt tutrurtiaua r' one-half cash and balance
Terms
hundred
I l> catUemwa-frrara -tW uuUt one sixty acres.
y- tu-
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NEW YEAR'S DANCE I
; PARCELS POST GIVES parcel) post system. I'lil it is not nei'eshury -
vithin one of the Timbered
g"t it increased to 40OOO.:! <> (> The efforts year. Think advantages '
to learn the contents of the book
.
1 made by the departinei! t I lace ) lands, with fuel and fence posts at your door. The prairie
I in order to know how to use the post. .
MUCH TROUBLE I II The Gazette; has given the two essential '(' WAS WELL ATTENDED been so successful] in cliinmutmg the lands do not furnish this. Don't miss such a chance to
P. M. I I tick in the heretofore I
territory cuered \ -
let;
I requirements, namely : that those at interest" want th< thribble your money. The owner is compelled to sell.
I j i the special parcel post stumps and j I work to continue on a large: scale Leave your bids with Judge G. F. Parker. the land will
of the
I j, write the name and address
yonder plainly on the package.' The NOTABLE SOCIAL EVENT -- --- sell on above said date. }1
PEOPLE MUST LEARN THE RULES
I i schedule of rates is also given a-id WHETHER YOU USECALOMEL
; may be cut out and preserved foi 1 future
reference. I P.EGIBSON )
.SOCIAL KISS1MMKE ENJOYED !' NOT !
I SPECIAL STAMPS REQUIRED i The Zone System.In OR

t FOR ALL PARCELS AND AD- explanation it might lie stated l i EXH1L1KATION OK DANCE f 524t. fcI -

?:I' DRESS OF SENDER MUST that the country is subdivided into WHILE OLD YEAR DIED. I I I I I I I I M I II I I I I I I I II I I > I I I I I II I M I I I I I Ml I I HIM I
You will realize ]How
? I Much Ik-IK-r
,
zones, or circles of spacu. The f first i
t .4 BE ON PACKAGES. zone, or circle about any given point, For You this Safe VegetableRemedy "
is known as the local zone: Thereare I
i No social event cf the has .
season Will He.
$ eight zones in all and the table of ,I .
/ It was not a happy New Year for I been conducted enjoyedby
rates shows the postage! requited onI I II so happily cr "
Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew, for I packages of various weights from the number of people in
I'I'I a greater The liver is such Merrill-Stevens
delicate "
-it-was full of trouble. into the different a organ Company
| mailing point zones.
i in Kissimmee than the New Year's danceat ,
If there is a happy individual less that most people have learned from
I Parcels weighing four ounces or I II
+t ',x' the round world, as the days run, that mailable at the rate of 1 cent for the Fireman's hall Tuesday even- experience the danger: of flogging ii''
c i : person is the Kissimmee postmaster, 'i I are I II ing.The into action with the da'ngerous drug- I Have a State wide: imputation for the quantity and qualityof
and it was too bad-fait.h! it was- i I!I each regardless ounce or of fraction distance.of an Parcels ounce, I dance was given: by the ladiesof calomel. The Kissimmee Drug ('0. II I work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General Blacksmithing r
'.' to have his New Year spoiled, and all four I III the Episcopal church for the bene- sells and recommends Uodson's Liver i I
"', :" because your Uncle Samuel insisted II mailable weighing at more the than pound rates ounces shownin are fit of the church paving fund, and Tone, a pleasant-tasting, harmless I and Repairing i Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding. .
; ,; : .'on presenting the parcel post to you I under guch well-directed managementit vegetable liquid that the '
: the 'following table, a fraction' encourages White Oak, Mahoiiny, Cypress and other Hardwoods always in
!) ,
..
!/:,( to be at once delightful to j /
proved
it
''r : ae -a New Year's' gift. But, not considered full liver, relieves constipation and biliousness -
I a pound being a pound. the and profitable from stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Repairs
., wasn't ,,that; a thousand pardons for participants without restriction of habitor i
r the grievous injustice that was about the box office point of view. diet. Engineers 1
and
ys Contractors
; ; >> The O'Berry-Aultman Correspondence solicited
: ;:I/{/..' to j be committed. The postmaster I Wedding The hall had been .tastefully dee.orftted There are no bad after-effects from "
r wasn't unhappy because of the gift, Lake City Index: Miss Kate O' with greens and Christmas taking Dodson's Liver Ton It does 600 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
.t but it was because the people who I Berry of Kissimmee, formerly a stu- bells, and those who were familiar just what it is intended to do and no
began to use the parcel post didn't dent at Columbia college and -known with the usual appearance of the hall more. Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
y '" use it as Uncle Sam intended that itfit" to a large circle of friends in this I were surprised to see the transforr. i- harm either children or grown-ups and i .41J>dII
section with whom she has been tion that had been worked throughthe '
should be used. j very IS an excellent preventative of chronic
You see, they began dropping packages popular, was married on Christmasday energy' and stagecraft of tl e liver troubles. I
e'' ' in the postoffice early Wednes- i| to Mr. Henry Aultman, also of I committees in charge. The Kissimmee Drug Co. sells''+ I I I II I I I I 111111111111 I I111111111111 I I I III I 11111III *
PRs day morning-all sorts of Kissimmee and was attended by many The orchestra stand was located in Iodson's'Liver Tone for .".(o) cents per
proving that the parcel packaKes-I' relatives and friends of the contract- the center of the hall, and half bottle and every bottle sold is guaranteed -
to be used(i by a great many people, ing parties. The bride was attired in screened by a deft arrangement of I, to give satisfaction, and you j
for they lost no time in availing them-1:! & beautiful down of white satin and pines and other, decorations, offereda get your money back without a ques- j I W. W. YOUNG OP LIBERTY CENTER
r eevles of the chance to use it. But I carried bride s roses. She was attended snug retreat for the musicians, tion if it fails you. Some remediesare OHIO
( nearly all of those who mailed the by Miss Kathleen Peacock of this and accentuated the dreamy effect sold in imitation of Dodson's

first package failed to buy the spe-I city, as maid of honor and she wore which the soft measure of the waltz Liver Tone-look out for them. He. I : Tells the Truth About Some Land
cially prepared parcel 'post I white charmeuse covered with pan- rendered most appropriate. Mrs. S. member the guarantee.
!IIi I niers of crystal net. After the cere- II. Bullocr, violinist; Mrs. Nina 2-lt I
Y ) Must Use Special= Stamps. mony the young couple left in a motorcar Reame Smith, pianist, and Mr. J. D. I : Near Kissimmee Which He
1 .t' The department had gone to all the for a trip down the East Coast. Woodbeck, cornetist, made music for ,
4 L trouble and expense of providing Miami Metropolis: On Christmasday the evening, and during the course SMITH RESIGNS AND I Has For Sale.Three
n" these stamps, and it is a rule of the at high noon, at the First Bap- of the dance were repeatedly encoredby .
t department that all parcels must tist church in Kissimmee, was sOlemn- the'couples on the floor.
bear the stamps so provided. The ized the marriage of Miss Kate O' The hours sped away with feet as WEAVER SUCCEEDSCHANGES I
z new series is very interesting. The Berry to Mr. Henry Aultman, both of light as those of the most accomplished -! years ago when in Kissimmee, I bought several tracts of
,i 1-cent stamp bears the picture of a Kissimmee. No cards Were issued, but dancer until the ringing of land because they were cheap. The best of these tracts lies withinone
0 postal clerk sorting out mail; the 2- the church was filled with friends of bells and blowing of whistles in Discordant MADE IN: THE OFFICIAL 1 mile of the city limits of Kissimmee and
of the
on
one improved
cent shows a city carrierdelivering' the bride and groom to witness the chorus announced the mid- .
hard
L mail; the 4-cent shows the rural mail pretty ceremony. Miss O'Berry is a night hour when the old year gave FAMILY OF CITIZENS: roads. I cannot use all of' these lands myself, altho I am Im-

a cancer; the 6-cent pictures a mail popular member of the younger set in up the ghost and the New Year was BANK OF KISSIMMEE.W. I proving some of them and have therefore divided the above tract
, train; the 10-cent displays a steamship Kissimmee, and has been attending ushered joyously in by good old I into r and 10 acre 1,11lind um offering them at a little advance
mail tender; the 15-cent the Columbia college at Lake City. Mr. }Father Time. Greetings were exchanged cost, the prices over
being
J.10
auto mail serv.cethe 20-c-nt the Henry Aultman is well known in and a toast was drunk to A. Smith has and $GO; per acre. I want to see these
aeroplane mail service (as it will be), Miami, where he lived for two or the youngster about the refreshment ier of the Citizens Hank resigned of as l.a>>. lots made into happy homes. : I frankly admit that there will be a

1C : and the 25-e<:nt represents a manufacturing / three years. He is the only son of booth, which had been provided in a and he is succeeded by I'. K. \" (' ('h'l little profit in it for III", but it will be a small one. Men are not
If t : plant in operation.,t. Thin Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman, and the corner of the hall. who was formerly assistant (' always governed, by I'1. This land is as fine as can be found in
series will be interesting to the :Hump brother of Miss Elizabeth Aultman, Upon the stroke of the hour the A. W. Gustus the State of
elected Florida
I was to the and
it lies
collectors, but more than being inter- who formerly lived here. Mr. Aultman's lights went out and taps were soundedby position of assistant cashk-r. I close to the rapidly growing city of
sting H 'is absolutely essential that Miami friends wish the young Prof. Woodbeck. The solemn intonation Mr. Smith's resignation' .. induced KiKsimmee, Uie/ county seat of (Osceola county. and is certain to be
,4'', they be used on parcels that aremailed I couple much happiness created an impressive hush, by the organization of the- worth double or treble the present price in two or three years, when .
'
for all parcels are fourth-I I but the silence significant of deathwas South Florida (Lumber Co., in which good lands close in will be aTl tak'en but I
.. class, and all fourth-class matter Davenport Messenger: Prof. R. j I succeeded by a joyous outburst of I he holds stock and of which he becomes made happy on these small up want to se (epeople
must carry parcel post stamps. DeWitt Brown, of Kissimmee was in song, as the cornetist held the lost I and farms.
secretary treasurer. His
Name and Address I' Davenport last Friday in the interestof note of "taps" and started in upon connection with the bank has been I have placed these lots for sale with II. M. Breaker ft Co, of
Necessary. his musical instrument business.We f the air of "Auld Lang' Syne," which satisfactory, profitable and pleasant Kissimmee, who are line, upright; mt'n. and you can
J There is another essential communicate
+ that understand that while here he was sung in resounding chorus by the and his with them or write direct
resignation to
was accepted with me.
; must be complied with, or the packAge I succeeded in disposing of a piano and assembled company

s. I that is mailed without it will not I I possibly has prospects of selling The commtitees in charge were as regret.Messrs. Weaver, and Gustus have W. W, YOUNG.
be transmitted through themail.i.lt others. Mr. Brown follows
is a very entdrprising ; been connected
with
'/- is required that the name and address I young business man as wellas Reception-Mrs. G. A. Sharpe, Mrs. the the bank during
of the sender shall be written or a competent musical instructor and, Clay Johnson, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, past year as assistant cashier and
t printed on the package. It is I teller, respectively, and are. well I III I II-IMSEMINOLE, I I , I III ,
: easy to he has frequently visited Davenport.Those Mrs. R. W. Cobb. qualified to assume the II I I II I II I I II II II I I I II
.r t, r see,why this is necessary. The dead I who have transacted business Floor manager_R. W. Cobb. greater responsibilities = t\t.
letter office would soon be swamped with Mr. Brown have also found him Floor committee Mrs. Edward the placed upon them hy
board
of
ti to overflowing if this regulation to be an upright' honest dealing busi- Canning, Mrs. R. W Cobb, Mrs. Best, director! rr
:. should not be followed. I' ness man. While in town he paid Miss Sue Watson, J. W. Simpson, Ira i I ;
L The department has issued a books the Messenger a very pleasant call. Best. 'Tis said that there is a time for'

''i Refreshment-Mrs. G. A. Sharpe, I all things, but we have our doubts r LAND & INVESTMENT
/ Weight Local Zone 2 3? 4 6 6 7 8 I Mrs. R. W. Cobb Mrs. W. J. S, Carr. about some of the inflictions that are COMPANY

Fl, ,' ,,1 pound __$0.05 $0.05 $0.06 $0.07 $0.08 $0.09 $0.10 $0.11 $0.12 Among those present were: I put upon us. i ;<
''a, 2 pounds __ .06 .08 .10 .12 .14 .16 .19 .21 .24 Mrs. Clay Johnson, Mrs. W .J. S. =f = STOCK
- = ==
',f.jf.. '8 pounds .01 .11 .14 .11 .20 .23 .28 .31 .36 Carr, Mrs. G. A. Sharpe, Mrs. S. II. ====
,',. Bulloch, Mrs. Berger, Mrs. Brecken- (John White Co r.
'm.+ ,4: pounds .08 .14 .18 .22 .211 .80 .37 .41 .48 I
ridge, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Nina Smith can sell GOO shares of
the
,
LOUISVILLE KY. stock of '
'is pounds .09 .17 .22 .27 .32 .37 .46 .61 .60 the Seminole' Land & '
Co. Investment
"" Mr. and Mrs Edward Canning, Mr. Why pay the -
'
't.111887Hlghelt..ufprlGe president
e 6'pounde ,10 .20 .26 .32 .38 .4. .55 .61 .72
: and Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mr. and ... company $20 a share for stock which thiv'r of the above jl'1
."f" : .23 .30
.11 .
,, : 1pound. .37 .44 .61 .64 .71 .84
q ; at from from
$7 to 7. others :
r .IS Mrs. R. II. Ludlam, Mr. and Mrs. $10 per share and 1.? ?
pounds .12 .26 .34 .42 .50 .58 selling
.73 .81 .96 ,SlFURS: when you at $20
Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wood- -J you CUT i buy direc iron per share;
; 9 .29 .88 .47 me at $10
pound..18 .56 .65 .82 .91 1.08 beck, Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders, and HIDES. per share,
'r r" .. 10jNund. .1(, .32 .42 .52 .62 .72 .91 1.01 1.20 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. WOOL Address K. NcKAY
-R'.t pounde. -..16.S5 .46 .57 .68 .79 1.00 McKelvey, Mr. 7 E. Tremont Avenue /'
>: f- : 1.11 1.32t and Mrs. T. Paris, Mr. and Mrs. 'M! ce........ I New York City b24t
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;. ,f : FORV R 1 i of.and the..motori't' may bowl along
PRAIRIE TRAILS >\ for long distances) a good rate 'of I j
Ifl' speed without fear So long as "the "' '

: Sent Complimentary traija' run on the IVdtres} there is no I1 M.BREAKER' & CO.
'i\\\.. MOTOR TRAVEL complaint to be found but there are
a. \ Vi'" the sloughs and low.places to be.met
.,NV and contended with. It would require ...
: :1.. Parties receiving this who but little work to these complU'&tiveIT'1ew' '
.i paper, are not ; put .
1'"II, .
: in- condition EG TO ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS tJaat'tIt.y.. moved ,
places ,
I r' regular subscriber. must. not think that. it is ATTRACTIONS ARE NOVEL but the county is a long one.. This B across the' street into the new W wring Building. Ws will ,

I the intention of the publishers to later de-' road alone is over 80 miles in length be pleased to have yen visit as ia oar seW quarter. .
_. and the solitary road gang employedby ,
-'" ;)mand of them the subscription:' price;'as it is ROADS ARE VERY GOOD.AS NA- the county is inadequate_ to. deal., ,s
with the difficulties. -' j WE A.RE'LIS BARGAINS EVERY DAY.
'
,
*t: ', ' mailed to them complimentary by our Board TURE HAS PROVIDED THEM.! The. real significance and impor-1

\' BUT. THEY COULD BE tance of this prairie trail through' Consult oW fist, sad should J.u'laii to find therein the Id 4..._.
: of
, ..... . County Commissioners for the purpose Osceola county .are discovered in the of property yon require, call oa or writ. at and we will take pleasure

<\1;':r ,- '* acquainting them with the many advantages : 'M'H E".BETTER.The : opening of these prairie lands to set- : ia looking up rack property at you desire. '
<
.' tiers from the north and west, as j r r
I and'opportunities this town and county offer well a* other sections. These particular
,Chfcago motoring magazine, sections are being drawn from | YOU CANNOT. MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU'BUY FLORIDA.
,t. the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a Motor Age, for December 26 containsan and in the course of a few years i LAND WELL LOCATED. <
,
illustrated.article:on the possibilities this country will have several, thousand .1 J.
'few weeks tq any person whose name Is given for pleasure motoring in the Kissimmee new settlers, whose presence and j When you see any property"advertised iJ its yon car; rest ar .
'
us and if they should desire' to receive it section, written by J. H. tax paying productiveness will bring (
reg- Gazette. This cared that it Is not Low, Flat Land, subject to overflow. We do aot ,"I
Reese of the Valley good roads even without the necessity I -
ulady; thereafter,. we would be glad to put magazine is running a series! of ar- of large bond issues Moreover, the list that kind of property, neither do we offer it for.tale.. '

ticles on motpring in Florida; recog- coming; : of the land companies hal k,
them on our subscription' list at:.the regular nizing the interest of northern motorists made it apparent to the older resi- i'of

rates. in this State during the winter dents that good roads are Imperativeto <
o months. An excellent article, cover- the development of the county ORANGE GROVES.
ing the subject for South Florida appeared This article can be nothing more
in recent number of the We have tome of the best Orange Groves in Oiceola County listed withus f
a than general, for it would be hazard
1 magazine, having been furnished by ous for the motorist to attempt trip at follows: One twenty-five acre grove, one fifteen acre grove, one twelve ';: '
Edwin D. Lambright, of the Tampa through the prairie without a guide.
Tribune.; The Kissimmee prairie The prairie trail is being used by sere grove, one.! ten acre grove, ; two three acre groves.and one two acre grapefruit ,.

story follows: local motorists to connect with the grove. All of these are. first class groves, which can be purchased 'at? : r

Winter turns the thought of the east coast at Ft. Pierce and West I reasonable prices and terms. We will introduce to the Gw..en
Some Holiday BargainsEightroom .lJ I motorist southward and he naturally Palm Beach and then on to Miami. on easy yon "
wants to know if road conditions This route is interesting and out of end let you deal direct with them. Io

have improved since he last made the the usual, and it is declared by some a
two-story house and 50 foot lot on North Main trip. If he has never toured in Flor- to be just as good a route and just as No. SOI-An attractive home in No.,. 429--Large lot oh' which is located -. .

street,. close in, "house rented for $20 per month to good tenant, ida, or if he has and wants to take a, easy of travel as the Miami to Que- Pinedale. This property .is just out I one seven-room and one three- .. ."; '.i
house is modern fine to keep and still have room for different route to his destination, the bec route on the east coast. It would side of city limits, on high ground. room house. Large house is lighted I' .
place roomers demand for real information. is justas certainly afford variety to the motorist House Is two-story and contain eight''' with electricity, has toilet and kitchen j
fair size family. Price $2,000. favorable terms of payment. urgent. who cared to start from Jackson- rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin- sink, small' house also has sink and

,_ TWO COTTAGES CHEAP-We have a five room modern cot I Florida has been active during the, ville on the highway to Tampa and ish, two porches, fine well and large toilet. We will sell this property asa -
I
tage, and a three room cottage; each have lots, ample room for past year improving the highwaysthat switch at Kissimmee from this point I barn. This house is located on a five- ,, whole or separately. This property
other houses, on paved street. Owner says sell\, and we want an offer are most travelled, but there has to the lower east coast resorts. acre tract, with beautiful view of the i I is well located, will pay 10 per cent.,
I been no organized movement save Captain Fred Hunter, of Kissimmee city and lake. Land is adapted to cit- on investment if: rented. Price of. both
on these places, and if possible will accept I in the way of preliminary steps. is an authority on the prairie rus fruits and trucking. This prop- houses, $2,500.
CHEAP LITTLE 'AIUI-IO acres good land less than two The state good roads associationhas trails and has numerous blue prints erty can be had for $3,300 on very (
niles from the city limity of Kissimmee; 8 acres fenced with hog : been active in getting endorse- that he is prepared to furnish upon favorable terms. Will introduce cus- -34-Flne tract of 40 acres, just x )
ment of other organizations for' tomer to and let them deal di- short distance beyond city limits on
a leg request. He is a practical motoristand owner
'ence with about four cleared
two wires above; acres ; two-room "
Shingle Creek road. Close to
islative rogram. The Florida legis- asserts the roads to be splendid
'
ouse; good deep well of soft water; good soil; will wrap'It up for I' lature convenes biennially, and next better than the prairie regularly travelled rect.No. I high school, churches and market.

ou for $450., Sacrifice price, but owner says Hell. April is the time duly provided by the highway between Kissimmee And 309-Splendid new six-room I Price $30 per. acre. Terms on part if
ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT G.1.03F.-20! : acres one mile constitution for the sitting of the Tampa. After the east coast,, house jot just inside city limits, fine deep desired. I I, F

rom city limits, all good land, 16 of it is fine citrus fruit land, bal- I state's law-making body. Good roads reached at the points mentioned the good well, new contains barn, two wagon acre and of ground buggy, i I No. 473.We have two eight-room ..,

nce good trucking land, all fenced, 15 acres cleared, 5 acres bearing I talk mendably and newspaper constant. agitation are com- roads From are West as good Palm as Beach could to be wished.Miami, sheds, all under good new fence. Fine | houses, suitable for rooming or board- e

rove, consisting of oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, peaches and The most recent measure proposedis this is particularly true. The dis- location for small truck garden 'or i I ing purposes; they have electric lights) .
I water and sewer connections located ,
pears, with some lemons, guavas, etc. 4-room house, stable, well I that put forward by Senator Fred tance is 66 miles and is easily coveredin poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition in splendid Resident section. ; Call on t.
where will have the free- :
and chicken house. Owner is nearly blind and will sell this valuable I Stringer, of Brooksville, Hernando 2 hours. The roads are made of dom of the you close : us and we will show them to you. The
country, yet enough
County, for a bond issue of $60,000- the natural coraline limestone which
for if desired. This includes i prices are reasonable terms,
property $3700, on terms price to enjoy all the advantages of the eaty. .
000 for the
. construction of a state makes a splendid road in wet weather, .
consideradle fruit on trees. I city, such as splendid high school, best i "
system of highways which shall with one fault in dry weather that
I No. 381.-A 20-acre tract located on
LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE-127 acres excellent land, i thread the commonwealth from east being serious only when it is much markets, churches, etc. Price $1,500.I I i I marl road, two miles, from depot on ,

. frorting on lake, and extending to county road, fenced and' cros- I to west, north and south. The Stringer traveled; it cuts easily and the dust I No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city I St. Cloud road. Property has good ',. -
plan has been very generally com- and pot holes are bad. limits, the Orlando hard road. Landis "
feticed, about 8 acres bearing grove, some fine hammock; flowing I on house and three-acre orange grove in
mended by the newspapers, but there There are two routes for reaching cleared, fenced and ready for the bearing. This grove will yield from 1
webi -
I house of lake and-
gooTetablfine- tu from- -
vn
a re norms who have -fOtITIII4aUI4Wi4Iit. h- -the cant coa t.. Dna leads from, Haa- low. The elevation is high, suitable' 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each
house banana grove near house, pretty pals and live oaks around I The first of these objections is senger across to Ft Pierce and is the tor. citrus fruits -and- 1'Jekil1g'Thi&- year -Sufficient-land-cleared sad In

the house, fine home and valuable property, for sale at $100 per that the measure proposed by Senator shorter, being a matter of 4 hours property will soon be available for j cultivation to increase grove to twelveor

acre, or will divide place and sell part with grove and improvements.. Stringer would have to be In the form from the Hunter camp. The other resident purposes, as the city is expanding -'' fifteen acres, and at same time pan
e Come this valuable of a constitutional amendment. In goes to Tantie on the north shore of I rapidly. A bargain at $1- be yielding any garden truck desired.If
I ,. ae property I order for this to pass the legislatureit Lake Okeechobee and runs in an oblique 200.00. in search of property that will
l HOME ADJOINING; CITY l.lMITS--23 acres adjoining city I will be for it to receivea direction to Stuart. \ f
necessary
No. 459.-Five acres inside city, bring results this fall, and at all times
. I limits, drive off hard road onto farm, can look down main street i three-fifths majority in each branch cleared, fenced, plowed, ready for while extending new grove, investi
from porch, very pretty location over 200 bearing orange trees, I II. and then submitted to the people for cultivation. This tract is near the gate this. This property is convenient {

I. 11 and other fruits, six-room house, three room servant's house, pretty ratification.This I AULTMAN BUYS NEW Aultman farm, on high ground. $1- to town, has marled road on one side
I process would require a periodof 000 takes it. one end. Price $4,200. .
shade, beautiful place with city advantages and yet enjoy freedom 2 years before any legislationcould t- --

j AI. of the country. Owned by a widow in Pcnsylvama who offers this )be had under the amended cone POSSEIl AVE GARAGE t (

... 'u, place for $4500, time "p $2000, if desired. I stitution and accompanying the submission I KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST."
OTHER 1'LORIDA HOMES AND INVESTMENTS. I of such an amendment wouldbe
... ,I the +|uncertainty cf the people's Here's the opportunity; to buy homesites in the newest and best located
verdict which would hinder
any
NELSON REALTY 'I other legislation! looking to the con- WILL USE ELECTRIC POWER sub-division.
COMPANY, struction of any kind of state-wide PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street.overlook-
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Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA. objection system. Briefly to the stated Stringer, this plan.is the It ing the City and Lake, and is bound to become one (of the best resident subdivisions -.

--- _-,--- -- may be that with the newspaper influence WILL BE ONE OF THE MOST in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing; and not where the frogs

be adopted behind and it that that Florida this plan will gain will MODERN PLANTS IN TilE croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people s' y

much valuable publicity because of STATE WHEN !MACHINERY who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land t'

its advance step in the building of a IS INSTALLED. moderate We sell all these lots
to build a real home on at a price. expect ,to .
good roads system that will be wor-
Let Ploof Show the Proof"We thy of the name. 'It cannot be doubted this winter Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to. $100 per
,. however, that if the. legislaturegoes Through a transaction which will lot of .

........ ...1......,_ _- __ _.._ .. .. _". __ _,_ on record as favoring the String. .be 'of considerable interest throughout on easy terms payment. .& ,. t. I ,
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er plan that other projects will be Kissimmee the surrounding, .
are State Representatives for the section'S. B. Aultman has become the .- ': '"
deterred or abandoned altogether. LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS." ::, ft- \ : J
of the Posseil
BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINESAll Bonding for Good Roads. owner which new is nearing garage completion.on 4
avenue Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.
In the meantime the counties
Kinds Stationary and Marine I going ahead with the agitation are for I the The Osceola garage Garage was being Co.constructed, controlled, by by We have nice high lots near the lake which. we are offering at prices

and I individual betterment. Orange coun- Arthur E. Donegan. i that are attractive. See these lots, get our prices and terms on them beforeyou ;M
ty, just to the north of Osceola county Mr. Aultman bought the buildingand decide on a location for a home. I'r

Boilers made a vain effort to bond for the lot upon which it stands, the
Engines, Hoisting Enginesand $1,000,000 for the construction of amount represented in the deal being No. 474.-We have two four room No. 475.-Close in home. This isa
brick roads. to .the issue nice little house of five and
Failing carry about $10,000. The building is practically rooms
located high lots
Carry a General Line of Supplies for the whole county the countywas finished, and, the last touches cottages on nice. bath, with modern conveniences, on
for all Purposes sub-divided and the Sanford- were being put on this week, but the 73!x147% feet each, within two corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two
celery center distmt voted for $200- equipment has not been installed and ,, blocks of paved street, in South Kis- blocks of Broadway. House furnished
000 for brick roads. This will give there will be necessarily some delay simmee. One of these houses is on complete, ready to move in and.begin
THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO. that district 25 miles of brick highways before it is put in place. The new a corner lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expend!' 'j < i
at the present cost of conduction owner has taken charge, however, andis ture of additional money above the, ,I R
20 OCEAN STREET; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. in this section. The Orlando moving into the new building. He these homes at a very. low price, and Price which we offer the property for. '. I
.
Local and Long Distance Phone. 46-26t pdst district is to vote soon on a proposed has purchased machinery for the repair on easy terms. $2,200.00, including furniture.five '?
issue of $:iQOOOO for brick roads in work necessary for automobiles, . ;
that district. Osceola county, which and will moreover conduct a general .. I.
.- .. --- has never done anything in the way machinery repair shop. A lathe will SMALL FARMS :..j;
of extended road building, is now be a part pf the essential outfit for "Tfi
talking of a bond issue for half a mil- this class ol work, and all of the ma- No. 476.-Nice little country home 4-- large rooms, porch, several outbuildings -
- Distance lion, and it is likely that an election chinery will be driven by electricity. consisting of five acres land, good new I< such as grain houses, tool 4A'l
will be called soon. When the garage is opened it will three-room cottage, barn and poultry and wagon sheds, stables, etc. One
AdvertisingLong 296 This is perhaps the most active represent an investment of $20,000, house. This property is only half deep artesian well and one surface
county in the state when industrially and will be one of the best equipped mile outside city limits, on best hard : well. This land adjoins the finest 1
considered and this lends attractionsto plants of the kind in Florida.J. road in the county. Splendid place i orange grove in the country, growingon
the motorist that have their certain J. Griffin who has been conduct- for poultry. Price $800. | the same kind of land. All kindsof
is saying the right thingat allurements. The county is of shoe ing Griffin's Garage on Broadway, crops grow encouragingly! on this
string pattern, being between 80 and will discontinue his place of businessand No. 477.-Close in small farm. This :, land and it is the prettiest place fora t
the right timein 90 miles long. The stretch of road will join Mr. Aultman at the new splendid properly lies just inside corporate J i home in this section of the country.
in this county used by the motorist place. Thus it is that the trade has limits, on high elevation overlooking 1 I There is a fine line of forest trees on b
the right wayWe from Jacksonville to Tampa is but 15 resulted in the concentration of the the city and lake, contains the outside of the fence, with a beau-.
miles long, parsing through the north- garage business of Kissimmee underone three acres good land, all cleared and tiful palm inside of the yard, also t
west section of the county from Orange roof. The new building is 60x100 under good fence. Small box house. some thrifty maples, magnolias, live T
make a eoecialty of planning preparing I to Polk. This stretch of road and makes handsome This property is well located for sub oaks and several other varieties of
literature and conducting campaigns for a appearance.It division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrub-
gives but a vague and even erroneous has brick front Pos- j3
a pressed
on
of Trade Municipalities
Land Companies, Boards that it and subdividesinto and
party secures bery flowers. We want to introduce -
idea of the of
character the seil and of the
country avenue is most
Individuals.GLENNREAGIN approved -
and
through the peninsular portion. construction, being of brick city iota Price $1,000.00.No. you to the owner of this land +t
Starting south from Kissimmee to and cement. and let you buy direct. You can buy
I 471.-A 20-acre home. This it at a bargain and on favorable
Whittier the roads are just as they Mr. Aultman has the agency for the
ADVERTISERS have been made by travel and with- Cartercar which he has held for sometime I splendid property lies two miles north terms of payment. a
from town, is practically level, rich
out much work. They for the and conducted. I
are successfully lie dark soil with fine chocolate FARM FOR SALE. ;
greater portion sand roads which does know gray
not that he will handle any
subsoil 16 acres cleared and in cul- Located good road
on
to be the best natural roads for other ; onequartermile
TAMPA FLORIDA prove car, but it is likely that arrangements
tivation, the remaining four acres from city limits, good five-room
this of the with its
portion will
country be made with other
manufacturers -
fenced covered with a good growth ceiled house large barn
I new thirty
excessive rains. The sand hard
packs of The Car
popular cars. of pine timber with some scattering acres of land, twelve of which is in
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1111-1 ; ; ; ; and is of no hindrance to travel. tercar is growing in favor here under oak; about 114 acres of nice young I cultivation, sixty and
; young orange
The sand of this section should the
. III II . not capable management of Mr. Ault- thrifty grove in bearing, besides a grapefruit trees, seventyfivepeach
, be confused with the sand of the fiat : man, but as it 1s true that all people
,
number--of fine Japanese persimmontrees trees, some plum and trees, one.
j j Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty woods section in the northern part do not take to the same brand of any. mulberries horse pear -
of some peaches, good family one buggy, one t
the state it Is different kind of
will
he for the
; a one thing arrange
blackberries, two kinds of grapes wagon, two sets harness, fifty chick 1',
BRONZE sand or is rendered to a different necessary variety.. and a few bananas. The buildingsare ens, ten head cattle and all tools necessary W'
'VI-lITE condition through climatic influences. It had been Mr. Aultman's inten-
comfortable, but not of great to cultivate place. A bargain at !
Isthe: most enduring monument From Whittier a primitive commun- tion to build a garage had he not value, consisting of a box house of $2,500. Write us for terms.
ity 45 miles below Kissimmee, the purchased the building on Posseil ., r
made. Will not get moss-grown road is through the open prairie. The avenue. He has been occupying the A ,
prairie roads are better known and Graystone hotel garage for some time, "WE SELL HOMES." II f*' j
crack or crumble. Is more artistic more correctly designated as trails. and this place will beleft vacant

The travel over them is insufficientto when he moves out, as will also the
and less expensive. keep the grass down and for many place which has been known as the H. M. BREAKER & CO. 1
-- miles the stretch is L II. ;
Write me and I will call. through an open Griffin garage, next to : Ingram's
country over these grass-grown livery stable. This latter place is the &. >
JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. trails. property of J, M. Miller, and will FLORIDA. '
WEARING BUILDING, KISSIMMEE ttt
. Fine Road for Motoring. probably be leased to Mr. Ingram, -. x; skW ;
,' There are no obstructions to speak I I who; will use it to house vehicles. :' ,' '

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FRIDAY I ,
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I r' .E C THE ,KISSIMMEE, VALLEY! GAZETTE. (. "
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., EVERGLADES SALE State in the Everglades. Mrs Bryan .. ''i> \ ''''.
Bald i n
4.} /N "Yet, X havp heard of it. The Everglade

If It is,;Shoes you" 1913We WILL ,BE OPPOSED dumped. land to I I.any.too'corporation.valuable to The be to Than r&

State has,gone far enough to demonstrate 'We Wish .

the feasibility of drainage, the =
>vant,.for only\ thing necessary being to cut .

WILLIAM J:: BRYAN TALKS enough 1! canals: to get the.water off- :

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EVERY DAY -
Card of. Thanks.: -" -=> :
We wish to thank from the very and customersfor

AREA TOO VALUABLE TO BE depths of our saddened hearts the Our many'' friends '
t to 'Whidden'swhere many kind friends who so willingly ,
go for the
the Pioneer SOLO KOIt PRICE WHICH, HOLLAND assisted us In the awfull, dark hours of their liberal patronage >

SYNDICATE IS SAID' our recent bereavement. love untimely : .
: you can select death of a much son, wishing all a prosperous ', ,
TO HAVE OFFERED and '
grandson and brother; past year ; 1
MakersOffer -We are also more than grateful for : Year.
; Price
from the best William the lovely and fitting floral tributes, and a happy New ; :
Headed by Jennings Bryan, such dainty tokens of love and re-
once of Nebraskabut! now a .taxpayer ;
spect. ','
'Y'4' stock in'town.. I of Miami, Kloiida, the socalledptogresaive J. K. Milliard and Family.Mrk. \ ._.,t
You democrats of this state E. V. Masters.
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are preparing to wage ajveated campaign / Co. ; ,1'
to prevent the sale of the remaining Kissimmee Furniture j ;
All and
new up- one million acres of Everglades -
HUb Granulated Sugar_ $1.00> of Holland TALK OF NEW OPERA I ' .
n ; lands to a syndicate Phone 52 ;
i to-date. 241b 1'illHlmry Flour------!'JO bankers for eight million dollars, says

1 peek Irish l'otat.cL..3! the I'ensiicola News.
: cans Maine Style__ II III "Save the Everglades for the peo- HOUSE IS REVIVED line of Ladies, Desk in Oak Early English m.ple -ft"
P. S. See our
r } Corn.lift ple. With this an their slogan followers ,
etc.
sugar Stools
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A guarantee !:1 cans Best Tomatoes..25 I of the late United States Sen- and Mabogany--.l o our Office Desk's Chairs, "
I aloi-elvit N H. bioward, wnosv'. I
Best Smoked BJU-OII ...17V4! friend and business associate in Everglades GRAYSTONE CORNER LOCATION
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
with each pair. White Salt !Meat -15! I land mutters waft W. S. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I+++H a}I++f I++++I++I I ",

I doz. 1)(' Sweet Soap ..45 nings; are going; to 'line up under Jt'n-I I

r 1 1i i 1 doz. lOc Sweet Soap.--f0! I banner of lornier governor SUGGESTED THAT GKAi'STONE .
and his cousin, William Jennings I
And other good ones at biyiin, and !light the proposition to GARAGE SITE MIGHT BE I I I II II I I I I I I I I If I I I I I III II I III I , I III
IIi i I Hell the remainder of the 'Gladey UTILIZED TO ADVANTAGE:' 'I:

THE WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S rather than let the drainage work no"w FOR Til KA IKK BUILDING r
being conducted by the state cease I ISooner'

,,. I and the lands automatically go into ON ITS MERITS jj
., FERTILIZER[ IS SOLD
the hands of Tliim railroads as a or later jissimmee is going : [[ ;
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result, the courts having decided that ,
to have a new theater buildup and
: such would\ l he the case if the state I there are dome who are" willing to I,
L. M. Whidden & Co. I Fertilizer a. Any
i Main Store. -Broadway entirely abandons its drainage operations stake something that there will be a J: Distinctive Quality Counts For as Much in I

Phone! '250 in South Florida which an/ already theater deserving of the name before Efficient Service Likewise Has Its Value.
z :North' hlnsy. -Mn n, Corner dragging along, it is MU<(, us I II the opening of another season. I : Other Article.
4".' I II I'hone 196.! I slowly, s possible without an absolute The inadequacy of the present build '
Tine Box-Mabbelte.. Street cessation. The failure to make sales ing is demonstrated upon every oc- FAVORITE FERTILIZERS f fare

recently and the consequent absence ,, rassioii when an entertainment of i :
of funds are said to have caused a mill character is offered tht most ;
a near-standstill in the VtOik of cutting I recent being this week whe -4'oburn'si : made to results nol. to sell al a low ,>rce, The difference -
111" What is the difference betwt't'nMary' canals, and the trustees of the internal g.vc will t.
more
i minstrels packed the house and Icft'CI'aI a cheap one
fy I little lamb then and Improvement; lui\e leached a I ""'\ patrons without seats ) in the cost of a good Tcrtili/cr over

1t; now? point while something must be done Incident to the vacation of the : than be made up in your yield always t

fk Grayfcton hotel garage l b>' S. liAuhniun . Careful attention to every little detail, promptness :
TITLE SjMemalicork.. customer' wishes. ,hive helped to
who has the for
I I purchased/ new : and a high regard your
Systematic work is to be begun garage on 1'osseil avenue, It011 rumored make and'our famous Tertili/er. the Favor..!* brands in such
within the week to arouse the country us
that the owner of the place
GUARANTY of Florida to the importance demand \
press great
,
would! remodel the house and transform -
of throwing ,ts influence against the j

I COMPANY deal which if consummated means I>I )li, it\David into a Porter theater., manager of thetirayslone INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER I I COMPANY | j j
1 I that private interests will\ secure' control .
did not confirm thin |report .
(i of another vast tract of the Everglades JACKSONVILLE.I FLORIDA I I
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but he said that there had been ,.i
letters will IH written
Guarantees. the Title to Lands, every some suggestion of such a thing lie . Special Mixture
Insecticides
r member of the board of Internal ]1m- Agricultural Chemicals. -
doubted 1 it such an investment would _
Prepares Merehenlable--ales vement*, asking that they vote .
be unless -
a paying one sonic organized JE"A"
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against th sale, and III1 I eDI. .1.1'j'
support solution -
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stracts of Title to Timber and said to have been passed last ; ; fforr-W4l'e-'lt'I1I t"lT1-iiI8" 'lm"U' : --- __ _
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f... to bring such attractions to the town ,I --
in which the hoard is said
.' Colonization Tracts anywherein August to t
i as would induce the people to patronize :
Florida. have gone on record in favor of the with such frequency and liberalityas .I I I I I I -M-
I policy of withholding further Everglade
make
I to it a producing investment
, 31p I II II I land from private capital. Editors i The introduction of such a subject =--- .
I I I of newspaper! in every country I' led the of '
hundred 'ears'If to general subject amusements -
Fully one --
) 'S ; j I town and the smaller cities of the i upon which Manager Porter t tSPRING
II I !' state will\ also be advised of the !'sit- | himself and! I
,Titles to City Lots expressed freely to thepoint
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-- uation and asked to lend their support .
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j EXAMINED:' PROMPTLY. to the movement to prevent the i| "Hissimmee has a wonderful oPl'or- CITRUS BOOK ,
sTill has that Lamb
Mary little I sale. "
i unity, he said, "if the people would

t t ," She so long ago did keep, Will Fight to (Hold Everglades. j I get together and make -something of I ,,'t"1,1
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worth-while !I it. We are not getting the people"
I That aggressive and aid Full Crops Half Crops
'I here that we ought to get, and it iI .i-
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We figure that little lamb ere this will be accorded the men who are .
LEWIS,
O'BRYAN.
Manager I simply because we haven the amusements
fighting to hold the Everglades for Which ?
Has grown to be a sheep. Kissimmee Office. the people, is certain The late to offer them
II I States Senator-elect. N. B "K Islmme-e could be made the most I
"* Umtedj attractive and the best inland town I This. booklet gives' the reason for siring> ,| fertilizing' description of
sold her lamb BrojtTff&T was an ardent advocate of 'i
c That Mary to u. k ypink{ the Everglades for all the l' in Florida with comparatively little I formulas to be used, the amount, tim, and modiof application' Senton ;
Need not be among your fears; effort Look at the lake as an asI I
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and the I
Itl pt >ple bitterly opposed policy revest. .
The lamb and Mutton purchased Head Office: Bubee Building set in this direction. Here wehave : i
of ending these valuable lands to big a\\ : IDEAL methods have mad the banner groves f
, here Jacksonville. Fla.; Branches: corporations and foreign syndicates. tine body of water, with many advantages '

c a1 la all of tender ,years! Kissimmee, Fla, Fort Myen Governor Broward, won thousands of over have the waters that other'' SEED IRISH POTATOES
places to offer. We have
not
friends by his battle for the people, j
Fla., Arcadia Fla. .
Y ',v. and his friends mean to see that his one lake only, but a chain of lakes, w Choice Selected Stock
offering all that could desirein Write for Prices.
ideas are carried) out. anyone .
"ltfitl '
\ the way of cruising and fishing and ti
;";: / Ij;. Bryan Makes Statement. other water sports and yet nothing Let ui send you our booklets Irish Potatoes and Flori'da Vegetables...

RULL BASS"MARKET Miami, Fla.,- .-Speaking with refer- has been done to improve the,,lake or '
ence JO the proposed exploitation of to make it attractive to visitors. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER' / 2
wealthy Hollanders, who it is alleged Manager Porter was of the opinion i ?' .
I have offered 8000.000 for all j that there would be little difficulty Manufacturer e
The New the remaining interests held in the I experienced in providing the ways and IDEAL FERTILIZERS
Glades by the state William J, Bryan I means of preparing to realize on the
at his home in an interview wenton opportunity which, he so glowingly JACKSONVILLE FLA. r
-- record as being emphatically\ described if the people would come together -
* tIk' A Home BakeryDARLINGTON posed to any such disposition of assets with a united purpose to work Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co,

a that in the near future bid fairto consistently for the community good.
>" Our word-- be of inestimable value He said he was unable to state
s The offer which is now before the what di Ktsition would be made of
May -we be permitted to suggest AVENUE governor proposes to take over a mil the garage which was being vacatedby
that good portraits areMost !lion acres for $8 an acre. The Mr. Aultman, as but little thoughthad .
happy reminders to relatives D Makes as Rood drainage board is onsidenng the been given the question.. lie
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; and friends at ThaiiksrivJ matter it is said but the attitude of agreed that the location was somewhat -
and Christmas time. The BREAD the state officials is as yet unfore- ideal for a theater, but that there
_. portrait carries with It casted.It were no plans in connection with the
"' .I j a world of good ......Ch.L It is a well known fact that at the property so far as he knew

,v U the always welcome and Mgh PIES present' time the state is cramped for R. S.
1( i- ly: prized gift. .. funds in connection with the drainage FLOYD
1* # W ewant to assure you that work. The canals completed and SENDS HIS FLOCKGREETINGS
r : t we arc prepared to give you the CAKES those nt'aringrompletion have costa
best work in the latest
0 approved great deal more than was expected!, IN VERSEREV. '
i and that
designs year early order as any Bakery in Florida. it is said, and a number of the syndicates -
i .) + for portraits will insure
% :you -
buying the land in large blocks
the of carefnl
perfection attention -
have failed in their deferred Grocer
e U detail. ments. pay- ADO IRAI JUDSON:' HOLT
Will yea kindly phone or write I J. H. I
REED .Proprietor
The latter accounted' '
'''tor ,a USM for a sittiac? is partially ISSUES UNIQUE: LETTER TO ,
for by their buyers! falling down on '
r Bespectfully, their contracts owing to the failureof MEMBERS OK CHURCH.A .

t W/LDEWS STUDIO the land
to supplement the state can- graceful and novel way of marking '
las with materials and side ditches, the beginning of the :New' Year. HAY
PURE BRED POULTRY GRAIN
without which the land is said to hare was put into practice by Rev Adoni- FEED
little value and can not be successfully ram Judson Holt, pastor of the Kis- i ,

4. farmed sunmee Baptist church on the last which we make I specialty
If you want a Breeders of highest type Black Oppose a Sale. \| day of the old >ear
s Minorca, White Leghorns. Cornish Replying to the question as to> I The innovation was issued in the

1 BARGAIN sin Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, whether,, or not he had heard anything 'I i form of a letter mailed to each mcm0 '
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Japanese Silkies, White Mus< and about the newspaper report to bet of his ORANGE GROVE Mallard Ducks High class breeding'O\'y the effect that an offer had been made t i f of the season bt'lngrone'ed in \erse

stock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Correspondence by a Hollander company to buy out: Dr. Holt is, aside from being an excellent .

. or land to grow solicited... Everything the remaining interests held by, the preacher and pastor a poet of (
absolutely no mean talents. The text of hIs
guaranteed : .
as represented _. I
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Oranges and or money refunded' i Message follows:
: .
Kissimmee, Florida

Grapefruitsee THE OAKS POULTRY FAR' ASK YOUR NEIGHBORThen I Nineteen January Hundred First Thirteen Osceola Lumber Co. Inc. 4-

__ NEW SMYR \ .\. FLORIDA:\ A New War's Greeting ,

iBUCKLES -lh From a Loving Pastorto .

I : You Will Not Hesitate to B.- An Appreciative People I PLANING MILL AND NOVELTY
f n._ What W. Say. WORKS
. Grace abound the around .
J ---- W* ar. constantly rclTlnr l tt r May year :
y, ;, tl. ...0000000000 .4 DANCING CLASSES from sufferer of rh..matt.m, who May Merry sweet, your wishes meet;
r 4: under direction of bar used TaJ'lorBeet.Blood 1141cln May Peace! of heart, without a smart; Rough and Dressed !
and this is what oa sssfdTour : Your portion be Lumber
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WANTED 0 xMRS J. D WOODBECK I
: Best Blood MoOldM U the
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l'..' And this the prayer .f me for thee + ._ .
0 atfIREMEN'S finest ravdicln ITr took. I'" - -
: '.' A list of your town er Uft4 rheumatism for roan cad tried .vorrthlar May joy and love in Christ profound, (
by trr property that yon wish p4, HALL almost without. .....01:, and aew With- ..nice' meet for him abound. j Sash Doors, Brick, Lime /.
? : .. Adojuram Judson Holt.Spleadid Cement
I hays take twp bolt! of ThytofS)
4 ; 0 Monday Evenings - 730 to 9:00- JIo pI,0
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? o1No .. But Blood Uodicta as* am* wU.I .
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r ; commission aides sale 0 Thursday \ Laths .
7:00 to 810 shall always keep a bottle U die RccidesM LC .. JL '
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ta madt 0
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e '. .P: LESSONS TOTT CENTS foes 100"r...... No. 465-Fine large, vacant corner GENERAL BUILDING
truly.
lot. 80x147% feet, close to lake Splendid MATERIAL '..
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Prints _
5 instructions if _
desired at Come to sat stars or phono. u today location good -
e1 : 3. M. wtLLSON.JR. ., special rates. win neighborhood.
and got botch sjkd wo ret.ra -
,' ar offering 'larce lot at the very Kissimmee
.11''; year dollar U :rare act oattafted. Florida
...... .. ........., low price- of $400 cash.: H. M.
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: !FRIDAY. JAN' ,U A R Y 3;"'1913.,," THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY' GAZETTE.' .. )l', .., 'PAGE,.'L'; .' It ,;

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OLDEST BANK IN OSCEOLA COUNTY, ,

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'\. :, With Thanks for Past Business- and Promises of Very Best Efforts for Future .

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'toio..( ifof..I' : ASSETS LIABILITIES
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'1I iL ; : Banking house F. & F.,
i Capital. ....50000.00 "
Real I Estate $ 25852.18 ---"""-- i
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I It : Bills Receivable un____ 254,123.20 Surplus I n______________ 32,500.00 ,

: Bond ____n___________. 3,200.00 Undivided Profits ____u__ 2,511.94
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Overdrafts ____,___u_____ 707.69 Deposits _________.______ 202,568.41'.
: Claims A. C. L. ____ '
Ry.u 321.88 Certified 1
Checks ____:. 274.77
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: Cash Items, Cash and Due l
from Banks __ ou____ 33,675.00 Cashier's Checks -_______ 519.28 '
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: Ci y Warrants __________ 538.25: Bills Payable _______ -._ 50,000.00 .

: County Warrants _uu 93.20 Collections on hand-____ 140.oq. ,

: 338514.40 851.40 .

:. Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, C. A. Carson, Presi! y
dent, who being duly sworn, deposes and says thu. above statement. is true ...;..
: to the best of, his knowledge and belief. i .. '
ROMA THOMAS,
Notaryv42ublic, State of Florida: *
; My commission expires March 13, 1915. (Seal) SI

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Also Note List of Our Directors: '

C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE- N. B. CARSON N. C. BRYAN ;b

J M. ,KATZ H. FLEMING E. L. LESLEY '

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Your Business and Confidence Solicited '

local playgoers, appreciation of 'its WILL 'j Our Best Efforts and --.... .
JUDGE PERKINS Every Accommodation
OFFICERS OF HOWARD :coming thus eary! in the career of Considerate
the most' sensational! international With Good Banking Promised Come to See Us Write \
decade and to that end or
I.hit of the ,
WERE INSTALLED .ale counting ullor| the same sor. of NOT RESIGN PLACESPORT Us. Your Wants.
POST
record-breaking attendance here that ,
has marked the history of "The Cli- .. ---- -- -- ------- .

-- max". everywhere. FOUNDATION L.L.CARSONrPns.-- J.--M..LEEht-Vice-Pm-'M-KA'fZ.'2nd Vice Pre*. N. B. CAR SON, Cattier


EXERCISES AT STEEN'S HALL l BURTON-HINELY. WITHOUT :, I I I I I I I I I I I I 11111111 I 11111'i.tit...*." Ii.. .. I i 11II11 1111111 11111111 1111 III 11111 i 1111 ,. r.
i William R. Ilinely and Miss Julia
I Ohrum Burton were married at the TELEPIIONES FRIEND THAT
LARGE NUMBER OF VETERANS I court house Tuesday by Judge GeorgeF.
CAME FROM! ST. CLOUD TO j I Parker, who performed the cere- THERE IS NO ACCOUNTING J
mpny in an impressive manner. FOR THE RUMOR THAT HE
BE PRESENT AT CEREI j I Both bride and groom are from ,
Gotha, in Orange county, and came WISHED TO RETIRE.
__. MONIES. I If to Kissimmee for the ceremony for I RIVALING THE SUN 4fr
of convenienceand
the double purpose Judge James W. Perkins is not a
The echoes were awakened in Kissimmee to give their friends a surprise.The candidate for retirement, and he .
Wednesday morning shortly young people were evidently wishes it to be known- that the rumor 'fl rIl 'lfli ,( '
after the arrival of the train from as happy as it is possible for mortalsto that he would resign the judp ship of : -
St. Cloud, the occasion being the installation be and received the hearty con- the circuit is without foundation.It : '; 4I I I"M-" @ in fire and brilliancy is the collection of old
of the officers of Gen. O. gratulations of the judge upon the had been persistently reported in 1 I
O. Howard post, department of Florida completion of the brief ceremony that Kissimmee since Judge Perkins held I'ff' I I/; mine diamonds in our show cases. Come
of the Republic, bound them in the silken ties. the first of the \
Grand Army court here during " and enjoy its dazzling beauty. There R
ant the cause benig the march from month that he was going to send his .." : ,,\ @ are
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the station to Steen's hall, headed by "SECRETARY GRACE" resignation to the Governor. Acting -- :;; ". '1 i rings, diamond studded bracelets and
the St. Cloud fife and drum corps. upon this rumor it is said that there \ '
Upward post is the local organization were some aspirants for the position -. \ w watches, sunbursts, bracelets and many'
of the G. A. R. veterans, numbering SENDS GREETINGSCHRISTIAN I who were making ready to send ;::: "' p ',) other articles 'of. utility 'and adornment.;
just 21 members, but the in their applications and endorse- :ff? 4, I\ I, .
number of,participants in -the parade ments as soon as the rumored resignation ;;:; .y ,!!/ 'There: are gems of every size and of every ) : It,
the influx '
"was swelled considerably . should be.made publid.
of 111 from Mitchell post at St. ENDEAVOR WORKER Judge Perkins quieted the rumor @, @- .f prices 'Guarantee.' with., each of.'coursedA '. t t
Cloud, 'including. 25 members of the BRIGHTENS THINGS BY REMEMBERING and the .aspirants, however, by telephoning j ..:teIt. rh ln-J \ ''If\ '
Woman's Relief corps of the Mitchell FRIENDS.Of W. B. Crawford from De- \
post. The members of Howard post, Land that there was no.:-truth in t'.e:
with a number of ladies, mt! the I report and he was at a loss to under- I
visitors at the station and there the stand how such a false rumor started.
all the bright, helpful, sunshiny
line of march was formed, proceeding I that have to the Val- There were but two conditions
A nodal messages:! come he would said Jeweler andOptometrist.
directly to the hull. the under which resign
Gazette during season just
hour was enjoyed there before the r ley passed none hits been so filled with Judge Perkins. If the bar of the circuit C COLS
I desired if his health failed, rl .
installation ceremonies begun. tHe spirit of the hopeful New Year it or > .
The installation was conducted by Irian that which comes from Miss he confessed that he might send in'hiM .'
William P. Lynch of St, Cloud, department (:race Townsend, State secretary of I resignation, but he had no evidence wa
commander of Florida. He the Christian Endeavorers.The I that either contingency ejcift- "
was assisted by the following, 'who readers of the Gazette are fa- od, and he expected to hold on to the '..< '.J'.,* .-
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chuiis of the untilhis four term had beenserved .
occupied the regular I miliar with the Christian Endeavor job year ..1//
post for the installation, vacating\ nuWK UH written by Miss Townsend.She out. ;.
them when the regular officers were I: never: lets anything interfere with
formally seated: Senior vice com her weekly letter, and it always comes A MEASURE Of MERITKissimmee
mander, J. F. Mallard; junion) vice though it Home times fails to appearin -,
commander, J. F. I Karris; the paper" Its failure to appearis \ o
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J. I CummingH; chaplain\ Udjutlint'j never due to lack of merit. If it Citizens Should Weigh $ $ $ $ $$ ffiffiffi ffiffiffi ffiYi $ Yi $ $ $
S. Wescott; quartermaster, doesn't have place in the paper it is
New; officer of the guard, J. E. because of mechanical difffficulties or !' W..Ithis\ Evidence. f1 HiHi '4
Whitman; officer of the day, II. A.I other causes that occur in all newspaper '.
'Sheffield. I offices and are uninterestingto Proof of-mexiX.Jjes in the evidence.
The election at Howard post took I I the reader. The message from Convincing evidence in Kissimmee.Is Yi Hi I
place a month ago, all of the officers ', Miss Townsend comes in the-form of not the testimony of strangers. Hi1C HiHi
for the previous year hating been a quotation from Robert TfQuia.Stevenson But the endorsement of Kissimmee Hardware and FurnitureAre ... 4.
V honored with another term us -follows 'I and a'letter. They are reproduced people. 4.l
: .I as follows: That's the kind of proof: given !Ii Hi l
Post commander, T. M. Murphy. "When we look into the long ave- here- ,
Senior vice commander, Enos Cole. : nue of the future and see the good The statement of a Kissimmee y;
Junipr vice commander, 1 I'. F. there is for each of us to do, we realize citizen. y; .I. HiHi e
Twitchell. I after all what a beautiful thingit Mrs. P. G. White, Bermuda Ave., Yi -
Adjutant, J. H. Eby. '. in to work and to live and be hap- Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I suffcrec HiHi,.
Quartermaster, Denis Blenis. I' py."-Robert' L. Stevenson. from backache and pains: through my
. Chaplain, Martin Cosner, "Interlachen, Fla.Jan.. 1, 1913- kidneys and I also had a great deal things that are constantly, being r'fi
t'4 Officer of the day, ('. W. Barrett.} My Dear Friend: The holiday mes- of trouble from the kidney secretions. r HiHi
Officer of> the guard, J. E. Whit- sage enclosed was to have been ready Doan s Kidney Pills, which I pro tur tat bought, and the good business man and
for Christmas, but strenuous C. E. the Kissimmee Drug Co.,relieved x
man.Color bearer, T. C. George. work, followed by a short illness pre- me of all these difficulties, and at I' economical housewife makes it the rule HiHi
the veterans the fulfillment f that time I endorse them'
After the installation vented of plans hadso publicly '
I and their friends were served a de- happily made. During the bhree years that have to purchase those articles from the best
lightful luncheon, which had been prepared "But now, in the gateway of a since passed, I have not lost my faithin HiHi .
I by the ladies of the circle. beautiful new year, comes my greet- this remedy and I shall always be yl; selected stock and from the firm that
I The installation of the officers of ing1, freighted with love and good pleased to give it my endcrsement." y; S
I Mitchell post at St. Cloud was
I uled to take place today and a number "The quotation is not original, but if cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, We have the and
I of the members of !Howard post its famous author were living and I New York, sole agents for the United Ifi largest most complete -
\ expected to be present. near-by, he would say, 'Take and use State: !bRHi HiHL
stock
: of firm in Middle '
\\m Thanks to Mr. Sleen.KM it,' for Robert L. Stevenson and I have. Remember the name-Doan's-and any ------ -- -'
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At conclusion of the day's ex- had some similar difficulties; : nd sunshine , .take no other. - Florida and solicit -- -
erclsea the members of the local post 'along life's pathway.' l' 2-2t ifi rtfsp'ectfully your HiHi i
and the ladies of the Circle took a "Friends were very good at Christmas ; '
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!Ii patronage v . >
who It is
vote of thanks to Hamilton Steen, time. difficult to yet realize A HOLD UP.
tendered the use of his hall for the that the gift of the C. E. Union, the y; HiHi I
installation ceremonies The day was beautiful Underwood, No. 6, machine, I A militiaman returning to barracksone #
thoroughly enjoyed and the.event wasa is on my table-a reality, not a night was munching his supperof !Yi Y
happy one for all who participated."The dream."SECRETARY bread and sausage, when he was 9; .s
b 1t
GRACE." accosted by the sentry. HiHi
Climax. "Who goes there?" !ifiifi
The genuine treat of the season is County Court Jurors. "A militiaman and a sausage," said
announced for January C at the Pas the man confusedly. Osceola Hardware
time theater, Kissimmee, when Jo- Following is a list of the jurors "Halt, sausage 1 Pass on, militiaman ifi Company HiHi
seph1 M. Weber will offer for an engagement drawn to serve at the spring term !I" Wall the instant reply. .
extraordinary the pearl of of the county court, which convenes ififi Yi'l
dramatic purity "The Climax," a Monday. January 13: J. C. Moore, The remnant of the tramping suf- ,
comedy 'with music. This i* thought W. B. Harris, J. R. Donegan, J. A. fragettes defy any and all antis to Hi . 'HiV"A J" /** '

to but-bt the iqnlte big producing an unusual manager engagement have, erson Barclay J. J.J. L.Whidden Chandler, B., D.F. Cobb B. Raul-, R. meet challenge them ill to joint a .marathon-Provi-debate. Why nota YiYi Yi y1!Ii!Ii!Ii!yl Yi Yi Yi Yili! !yf!y1 fYl! !Ii y1!YIy1! !Iili.Ii! !Ii!Ii y1Y1! !Ii!Ii Yili! !yl!y1 y11! yf y1 Yi '

faith :In the attr.ction.'and in the J. Bron aod, T. A. Court. dence Journal. o ',) ar.y ;
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The Klsslmmee Gazette elf into honorable'office through fen* in use by ,colonization companIes'' to \ .. ... ,.". > ".. ;..;.t I
Valley ;
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ion advance the price of untried lands ,.. .. ,, "" >'' .,.' P', .;: .l.ii1; ; "' ', <"'- m'l't; !
'. a at allsm, and maintaining a place 1 \ :' :ir,'.' '!I. "'" r.; .. ." , ;, :.tp.' ;' .:.: 'i. '' '
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and to help out sparcely settled sections 'tki ." ; ;') ;>'? > :: :. !\i" i. ;,, ;t; : '' 1'
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in the public eye through' his term of t \I" i'i": ;' : ,;;, .
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'ptlBLtSItED EVERY FRIDAYOMee'In ; they tell what may be expectedof ;. <::i''i>':"I' : ,i' .; ,
office by the same tactics. No better and :!l; "r: "I> 1' '
the soil under given conditions Ii; ,,, j. t:',' 1
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Valley Gazette Building example of this type could be found I take the place of the antiquated methods I ,q '; .: 1tt, 'j "f";;! 't> \; ., 't.'... ., ''J'. '.... \

SISSIMMEEFiO EL,,COUNTY thanGov..- Blease of-S uth-Carolina,, ..of."our...grand-daddJes.....wbo./'t: ;; .. 'U't\l1Z"-, ::t't,\ .; -:' ,,>*,,: saX';<" _" _(,_._.,' .\..'.,,.., \ ,''..;.""".'" : ''r.-,",>""---'"-....2..'h;.:....-.-' ;-.--- ; "-f .'
that they must show what the soil ,, , .,;: ; :
Without: offering a single thought for >, ',' ,\," ,' ; \
,- has done rather than what might " >" '
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W n. HARRIS Publisher. the betterment of the people or turning reasonably be expected of it. Bradford : : : ; > '
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AH communications except from praiseworthy actuetlon'he bestridethe i iI need a soilsurvcyrTiotwitha T , F"'T" ; -

our authorized correspondents, must nag of self-exploitation to the'disgust per capita valuation of $150 on ,.'tA.; ,.. '' " ', .'," ;",',:' ,\, 't v sT
< its agricultural and industrial products .. .
be signed the > I
by writer. < .
I of his State and '
the
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people ; and that's what the county ., ,10( " "

reflects shame. rather lhan credit upon claims. Then. too,. soil surveys are :;.,',,::', .. ," , \.I' a I Iwt"w
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d Rejected matter will not be returned '. : I't II
sometimes ordered for the ,
unless those who have honored him. purpose
1 called. for. .. I occasion, of assisting congressmen to maintain 41'.
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v' their in localities where
$ ' Entered at the Postofllce in Kisimrnee to reflection is not without a standing ,
there is political unrest; what seeds A f Jt. \
t matter., Fla., as second-class. mail certain pride that the people of Florida are' expected to accomplish with Individuals :,

con the record of the retiring soil surveys are, expected "
to do for localities. They are reallyan

FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1913 Governor. excellent departmental influence r

'4 When Governor Gilchrist entered but for practical farming have never ,

S upon his term there was a feeling been found to entirely supplant the iI
vdr PUBLIC LANDS: THE BONK: .
the beneficiary commercial fertili/er: Come again i
he -
that )
with was I
i, OK. ETERNAL: CONTENTION: : : many if want to know ,. r
you I anything help +'vvJ
A ( of the so-called reactionaiyvote '
Tneta are few men in Florida who ful along farming linos" i1 iN i
t in IMoiida and that he would 'I ,
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have -:- tl'N
any comprehensive measure of :
knowledge about the public land ques make opportunity to looi-ive 'suggestions ioverncir: please] of South ( aiolma ? 1 ,1.dlf.
from that faction and to favor -
) has .r OI!
pardoned convicts
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tion. Except a dozen men and it
such measures as would opeiate :More .
than hundred:
years. a ucr
would be hard to find one who can relate -
with to the benefit of the special inteiistsrepresented pardoned VMtl.in a month -on hank
any continuity or accuracythe
t4 history< of the lands acquired by I theie-by givilll Day he set :i'i: free" and IKpardoned '
If he has been contioiled by anyexternal in yr1't'w ''t .
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i al Chnutmus A di w r
the State, how much has been disposed Mjww'' '

; of, to whom and under what influence it would require a patch says that (;o"elnol IleiM! will, ;r&:* jsi t J&S-S&tis:

I summary of minute particularity to explain to the 'J'hi'.
+ conditions and how much remains in legislature I' ,
discover it; the fad is that soon after ,
possession of the State. I evidently in error; Governor HI a-i

t C It ill because of this widespread he assumed the office it was discovered dbesn't have to explain anything llHI ',

s the lack'of information on the subject that the by State those House who made that pilgrimages the Governorhad to :I needed ease and he does it- no explanation Scene on Shingle Creek Near Kissimmee I

newspapers leading I ,
newspapersat .
a head of his own and that the >- j'
at that-are constantly printing matter dlvlhio--;; _
head aforesaid was an exceedinglyhard County fights will disturb, --

which is devoid of accurate foun- ( one. It cannot be said that the next, session of the legislature, and MICHIGAN MAN WMO- About midnight we arrived ill Allan MANY INVESTORS

dation and consequently misleading every official act to which he commit- it may be predicted that such contests la, da. soon after ,starting for :Ma

t v to the public. .. '. .ind hj daylight we were with.nl'i
ed official sanction has met with pop- will he regular diet for every session LOUGHMAN
The newspapers are to blame for LIKES KISSIMMEE ."> miles of ,ksonville,', III rrVIIIJr.thpc ., BUY NEAR
for
he
but whatever to Sanford
ular appropriation many years come I I"
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this but this about !3 I a. m, ::10!() minutes late
circumstance does not has done it may be said that he acted dissatisfied with Orlando us county hut. the train was held for KISMIII

in the least mitigate the serious offence i with good conscience, and this when seat and wants to be the seat of a mee, that b..lngthe only change from \'Ie I.:. PRESIDENT; : OK PENIN-
R that they are repeatedly guilty HITES HlHOME: P\I'EK ('nu'uinatIV About (fiO miles out of
all is said and the string of qualifying] new county, leavingOrl1n e and the HIGHLANDS' CO RE-
17 'it) of in holding the Trustees of the Internal adjectives has been exhausted is the lando out of it. Sanford has a husky .\IIH( T i 'I'air nlov; sm< Jacksonville we began! to see orange :-.1'1.I \
groves with fruit on, and as we went I ITI I HNS FROM IOWA.
"f Improvement Fund up to the highest commendation that can he lot of rooters and when they descend TO Sl'NSHINK: south near Sanford we saw large .-

11 criticism and contumely of persons as pronounced on the work of any man. upon the legislature there will be- tie-Ids of celery and other vegetables,

. ; ignorant as they. hereinbeforesounded the something stirring- depend it. looking line .1 I II, I alley( vice president of thePinmMila
Having
., upon J, l 1)> Butler of Churlolt.1I..h: ,
; The most recent misdemeanor of Highlands e'o., waft in Klasiniinee -
At ; arrived Kissimmee
difficulty of achieving any lasting -4 has been in kihsimmep two weeks > p m we at '
i this character committed and went to the Park house for Saturday, returning from a
was by a andit Young Vincent Astor raised tin
Governor He lost
fame in the office of no time in letting his I home I .

1\( f Jacksonville paper this week, the sub; being the purpose of this tributeto wages of "all the employees on the people know, through I the tolunins of the Hose night,(kept ily, by Mieh Mr, Rose and if feirmerlvof Eaton trip.\1 to llalley
ject being the delivery on the part of deal as honestly with the reader Astor estate at Christmas and gave' ins had hone reached paper, the. Leader, that he- county\ people runty I this wago to I I l.i"u'limun| but much of the land be-

the trustees of a deed to a large tract as with the Governor himself it out the statement that C"I"'t", wie o.ilil ..milas his 'ill destination in tint, :tinI'aik" house untilou get located.After lonKIIII i to the Peninsula Highlands
h '
A pleased u 'it i onifitioiis
of land by the trustees to the CoastLine I The I <, "i- I located) i i'There t Osee-ola C county.
went to I Vallevi.ietti '
'tJlt would be inconsistent to conclude that working out a system; for pensioning, The letter will | ioinu'i supper :
I ( ; olfi, nail found! :Mi,. | l I is great Interest in Florida
Canal < e liiplettn
I. r and Transportation Co. ,Gilchrist[' has made a great Governor. his woikmen Not a had start foi sting, pel haps, to the re-udeis! of 'I'h'Gaielte. and hail loudamong the people of Iowa andlIIlI
m\ addleshangcd toni
I ,i f' This deed has been held in trust At the same time it would he less a youthful millioiidiic :Much be-tte ito ; It follows: ''-inimte' I had taken the. papeiloj ,\ of tin people of. that State are

cl'i/' : I ter a compromise effected with at-// I than honest not to say that he has hay the good will of his servants i ''Hisximmet, 1'la lle-i Jd(I I two \ earand u-ogm/ed! :Mi, ,leiming, lo. Kissiininee and Ixiughmanduiing

canal company by the. JJr.O-.WArd .ad- made- good-Governor t tian[ to be guarded :"from them like "\\'" left ( haileitte 1 December I 'li; for i T.I ."ll'lt at oiu'e. After a short visit;. tin,. ,next few mOllths. if Mr.
l l.loA" -
." ministration, to be delivered upon the is old John I H>ee. t"nr1fty"! way oT" rin'lnnall.T "---1 lilt a sample of Michigan Noithiin, 1Ti1ti"y', '" i'1 lH 1 lion holds li> are--
.. , I It is -rood to be great- yet it .. d.inight. we stayed in Cincinnati Ingo :Spy;| ..""It., with him The I datti; ,")". hut I his "mpan}' I" having ICOOO
i completion 01 uie contract which was I to be good and we trust the : through and ,sit nil. that the advance guard of
I great Kentucky leilnesetin < ;suite office and,. found Mi\ "r. Iriplettwill e a
+" under way during the Broward ad. truth of this inspirational maxim will A recent issue of the National I the elaMnnelv: wife was a na -end! the' I Leader n ropy thisweek I Ingot- \\11<1 hate Visited the lands for

i ministration.. The contract having dwell with Gilchrist in his retirement Tribune contained, a pictorial supplement the of l.oiaine; county; (Ohio) hut tills 'Thursday morning (apt (;iardin the purpose of siitg; before buying

? .i been completed the trustees deliveredthe showing a number of fine was 11<'1'. first" time in Ohio smer IS;,:;, 1. ;in old! Confederateeteran, h.., !been, "llIIll'rnu". and without ex-

deed, according to agreementyet and will thrill his capillaries pleas- photographs of St. Cloud kissimmee's when, her J people game' to :Mulnirin' \' called! at the hotel at my request to eepttua" have bn well pleased, with

2 natly with each recurring thoughtof \\ e left ('nu'nulati, titer tin Queen A.icsient how us looms He/ is employed! l b\, their purchaHc-s
the in little sister the road. St Cloudis
treats the
question
paper
'
up
ll route for ( tinit, look
; it taauuga' \ to after the comfort, and
;t' i matter as if the trustees were giving 0 a well advertised town and will Tenn, via Lexington and l Danville Af'w loeate 'newcomers with such rooms as aaaaaac aaaoaaa4ooa

t ,: so'much land. The last take result of the miles out we struck a fine they wi-h, and
away three The spoils system in politics is on new growth as a toun right royally he due s JIll.
t administrations have been kept busy other and fine publicity which is being given it try and it continued until after we his work I went out with him and a THE RK('ORD OF A YEAR. O ..

,t in repairing the of doomed. Like customs -.c--, crossed; High bridge, 10):) miles out of nun found quarters to suit us \\1 i iai 1 Tampa Tribune : Kissimmee *
prodigality rail- practices it must give place to a sys- Editor Cincinnati High bridge is 104: feet .... located at Jr: North :Main start ,> in the past year has laid four + \,;
road Frank Harris of the Ocala
controlled legislatures. The tem that is more in keeping with the above the waters of the Kentuik\ with a :l1r'-. Sears, who has lived 1 here ?!. miles of brick pavement, thirteen a

. Y' ( legislatures of Florida granted away spirit of the times This'manner of Banner has just finished his !7th> editorial river, being the highest railroad; :::> \"eaiSenator Kletrhei, is hernephew <;. miles of cement I
more land to the transportation com fill offices showing that the world is growing bridge in the world. The sceiuiwas and her son is superintendenteif Ir"h'd five parks. u> the center of *
to public
panies than the State ever owned. The appointing men better. How we love an optimist,,: undoubtedly fine, but rained some and public instruction for this, (Ostvolaeiiuntv 1 .> its principal thoroughfare! built +
may be designated as barbaric but No doubt that the world is better was smoky and foggy, so we could We have two rooms for light <- a dozen brick business houses and O
physical
impossibility of so
giving that since the Republican party is largely not !see myth, and the smoke and soot housekeeping, one having a fireplace, ff: more than one hundred I dwellings
r which was not possessed did not long as Editor Harris livesCOBURN'S made us look like darkies, hut will be .
wor- responsible for it there is little en- soup so we comfortable on cool ;> and authorized a bond issue for O

ry the legislators, but it has worried couragement for Democrats to start and water took it off when we got( mornings or evenings price only 110 <- other notable public improvements *
,
every board of trustees which has had through"We a month. It is like the last erf May Oi4440400404400000
the reform. Behold! we see the hostsof MINSTRELS arrived in Chattanooga at l ti; p. ';in Michigan here today. I
to O
figure 6ver the
solution of the unterrified Democracy lining up at m., leaving there a half hour later "J.: D. BUTLER.> i 0

problem; compromise was necessary, the pie counter- they are unafraid PLAYED TO CAPACITY

ti and it is good news to hear that the .
and unabashed; and, are plugging eachother's -
last of the suits ,
against the State for
without regard to the
d the recovery of such lands has been fitness of parts things. One .of the most THE KIND OF SHOW THE PEOPLE I -. .. ---- - ._' -.-, t I

.. settled LIKE AS POPULAR ASS I
absurd propositions that has come
a ''j I The trustees now have another imposing under the public eye in a long whileis EVER. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF I

r task before them, and that is
the that Florida
suggestion a piano
i
I t; i the drainage of the Everglades and salesman be made second assistant That there is no attraction as pop- (C'ft ,jft 'IJt
f( the proposition ,' 'un $ }l 'U ,
Dutch recently made by a postmaster general. To the surprise ular as a minstrel was demonstrated -- /_;;;::j 'nn ,(
Kissimmee asarwrsrV
to
company buy.,the- Everglades of this proposed applicantis again in Monday evening
This is many when Coburn's Minstrels played to a'

r*. Vr V" bugbear-whether looming to sell up as or a huge not. a' receiving paper as the the endorsement Pensacola; Journal.of such crowded The entire house.reserved seat section was dt: )lr !1 a !l

The! Gazette may be able to help the leavings[ defend, us and save Presi- sold out before night and the board : nn1\'nn1\ee\ \

trustees out of the quandary. Sell was turned to the wall, an event
dent Wilson from his friends!
I and require all cash down, eight mil- somewhat unusual if not unprecedented In Kissimmee, Florida
lion dollars in -+- in the history of the local play i I
a lump; state your Albert H. Roberts has been engaged house.
;)
I r1) to terms and- give the Dutch company as secretary of the Ft. Myers There were two street concerts by Condensed from Report to Comptroller at Close of Business December 31 1912.

r ;i understand that they may trade or Board of Trade. Now watch Ft. Myers the band, one at noon and the otherin ,

; travel and in short order. 'The Gazette grow. Albert Roberts is a live wire the evening. J. A Coburn is well
t is known in Kissimmee as he is in Florida
of the -
'" opinion that the Dutch- and the Ft. Myers trade body will discover and has be
come to a favorite
RESOURCES
men will hike Hollandwise without that it made a good strike whenhe here. He likes Kissimmee and said : LIABILITIES:

)' more ado. # was employed as its secretary. Monday that he would like to live Loans and Discounts. $140,738.57 CAPITAL STOCK
+, - $ 35000.00
0i' here. He saw more evidences of County and City Warrants
Lakeland, Palatka and Ft. Myers are 15,525.51 '

THE RETIRING GOVERNOR. three towns that have recently_ seen progress he said, and than prosperity in any other in Kissimmee town in, 'Overdrafts - _ 251.79'Surplus I and. Undivided Profits 4,554.07 I
Stocks and
Bonds
Albert Waller Gilchrist will retire the advisability of paying : secretary Florida, and he walks over the best 16781.65 Dividends Unpaid 2,100.00

V& from the office of governor Tuesday to look after the affairs of the townas of rades.them in the course of his band pa- Cash Bank Reserve house and Banks Fixtures 21744.75 Bills Payable 20000.00 I .
in
116,81215
handled the commercial
when his by bodies.
successor will
be
inau- His aggregation of fun makers Cash Vault -
t. and
in 18,182.09 Deposits .
} rated. Kissimmee will fall in line before musical artists did 268382.44
not seem to
It is seldom in this age that a public long, no doubt. Kissimmee is no measure up to his usual standard I --------.

official has the opportunity to laggard; in fact she has been in the There was a lamentable lack of catchy I $330,036.51 330036.51

forefront for'some time and cannot music, and aside from the efforts of
achieve an enduring
name in history Charlie; Gano, who is one of the fun-
j The office of Governor has come to be now be outstripped by other towns niest men on earth there was little Comparative Statement of Deposits.

in most of the States a position of even if they are of a size larger. The spontaneous fun manufactured-yet Commenced Business April 2, 1910.' .

paid is good investment the audience was pleased and
mire or less perfunctory secretary a every.body -
routine and
provided he knows his business. was happy. Dec. 31, 1910 ___u ____ _- $120,244.43Dec.
unless the man who is filling the place

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$' u vuaracier oj great, originality and o KEEPS IllS INTEREST UP. i 31, 1911 _._ -_ --___ _- 172260.28

i" possessed of a determined purpose to WHAT IS A SOIL SURVEY? Providence, R. L, Dec 27, 1912. 'i Dec., 31 1912 268 382.44
' __ __. _
1 superimpose his own ideas over the Publisher Kissimmee Valley Gazette ---- ,
Maybe don't know what soil
i established order there is little left you a Kissimmee Fla., I ,, W. A. Smith cashier of the Citizens Bank of Kis-simme; ,10) I

j for him to do except follow the prescribed survey is--sure it is that if you do Dear Sir:-Please find cheek for 71 -weai that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge solemnly and l belief. .

lines and know you still have a very vague idea cents for (1 months subscription to .
meet the exigencies
of what a valuable thing it amountsto your paper. My paper comes regular W. A, .., lITII. 'ashier..
; that
arise as his judgment directs. The and (
keeps interest IJT'I--AltPht
V unless have read the my up in : Subscribed ,
fallowing and
you sworn to before
conditions are not such as to develop Florida until such time as I can get ARTHUR Eo IONK'AN(; nve
this :!
"' from the Palatka News. Russell of there. ilst day of December, 191' )
;, .any- phenomenal-quality- phase of C W DANN) Ay. C1USTUS ,
( the News is well versed in the value Yours truly, C n CARROM- '
.
statesmanship, for the simple reason I Notary Public, Stale of Florida
of soil surveys, and to an inquiring Henry P. Porter. bireetors (Seal ) My
commission
that most of our governmental problems 136 Sheldon Street.Oaa04a4040000000400. expires 12-II.lf.
n 4 have subscriber, who has noticed that Brad- 1
been worked out by others
ford county is to have a soil 1
and if anything is started which hasyt" survey Directors:
the through the influence of Congressman I I .\ f;.' Depository "'orRTlltJR :
seeming ol being new we have fWJrVEGAN: President.
Frank Clark, Russell advisee A PAPER TO BE PROUD OF 4 STATE I
sapiently I I OF FLORIDA.COUNTY ( .
,yen; only to look elsewhere, as a rule, to 0 Tampa Tribune: The Kissim- 1I.1\I.I'FANN. C. W. I>ANS: ,

-'t discover that the perplexities which : < mee Gazette has reached its I C. D., CARROLL. F. W. HILL, OF OSCEOLA.

t confront us have been met; and dealt "A in soil force survey by is the a system recentlyput :. sixteenth year and records substantial A. .W. WINN, L. II|| COIIOON.
CITY
Department of OF KISSIMMEE.
improvements >
with and the best we may do is to Agriculture for getting public ,* the during
money year past-a building 4 ,-' .
profit by such into circulation where needed and new a ::=:" -=-,;: = -. = : =---' _-- "' = _
experiences.Now in typesetting machine and other = : = -::- : =--'O"- _"== -::-=: "=" I-' -- ----
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and then we witness the spectacle sections of country where crop demonstrations mechanical equipment. The Gazette *
x' have failed to properly advertise > is to be WE PAY FOUR PER CENT., COM POUNDED
of' a small personality forging the fertility of the soil to be 'e a paper proud of. 0 V V V QUARTERLY ON SAV1 NGS DEPOSITS.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY J, 113 \ 'THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE: 1{. PAGE:7. ,'.'.
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',THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Mrs Milton Bryan, of Danta, U A. R. Wrenn visited ,6rlindo"'thefret FAiLEQTO' ture, and 'tegardicg'; :: the article I' in the -. 00:'. ,. .'\'0.'... ...44..*',/.1IC M fJl,, c'
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*: Telephone LVo'll; visiting her daughters, Mrs. C. A. Carson of the week. P POST-MORTEM St. .Paul Dispatch, giving' the news W?
and Mrs. '
I'' Bessie Bryan Simpson. that 23 businesspeople left JCamsack POSTOFFICE RECElm' : '. .
-"- [ "" -' '- -. -.-- j.-.i 'Victor Hill! came 'home from the .
'' Miss for Florida, I must say that I never FOR 1912. .
Published Elizabeth Johnston who war Porter Military; school at Charleston,
Every.
Friday By
called to the bedside of her sister, S.: C., to spend the holidays with his DISCLOSE CLUE I wrote that or any other article to < Comarecl.With! ,Receipts. :t'

W.,,B. HARRIS. 'I'.Mrs.: L. M.".Marsh, after week/a ab- parents at Narcoossee. any paper at any place about the littlecountrytownof . \1911. ._.*- r "
.
: ___. __ ..... I. - --
..>: ence.-returned.last-Sundayr-- .. . Kamaatk:; tf <> > 4' a$
: : ,, L. S.. Ewing"and family and A., A. .- I course government officials In generaland *.* * > . * ** *
.. UOOO..OO..o : 1 I I Mrs., W. B' Crawford will attend ':'Abbott, of, Wayland Mich., have arrived CARL HILLIARDS BODY EXHUMED the mayor of Kanvack in par.
OOOoo.OO attend the inauguration exercises at Kissimmee to spend the win. ticular V! not like seeing people leave I 1911. 1912. a

.Tallahassee. Tuesday. She.- will"' be tort _' _. . ..=*-. ing-(;anada,'.'...t rially-if raw ;t, peopj,*. First quarter. ,:$3,010,41 $ 3.<<8.82 '
WeatherReportFollowing '] 'guest'at the home of.Hon1.: :;Clay -; are of the well-to-do class.' The intention 'Second quarter.:. 1,971.78 2698.50 v

Crawford., c Mrs. Audrey, of tampa, accompanied NO BRUISES FOUND :NOR OTHER}: ;"of the friend of. mine, who- Third.quarter 2071.10 2,263.62
: by her two pretty little daughters ever steered that article into the,. St. Fourth quarter.., 2,777.47 8,267.07
are the daily tem. 'Mr. and Mrs; 'Millard Reese havo is the .guest. of her sister, Mrs. EVIDENCE THAT DEATH HAD Paul .Dispatch;. to do me harm together '
returned to.thell' home in Brunswick G. D. Boone.. Total,' __ _:9830.76 '$11,677.51.
,.
'RESULTED FROM FOUL PLAY with the Winnipeg Free.Press "h
and ,,
peratures precipitation as . ,
_
_
_Ga7:afterBpending _Christmaswith . 'c went through all the leading This a' trifle over a' 16 per cent
reported by the Government' 'their mother, Mrs. J. B. Reese, t>nPosaeil The American Woman's League will articles of Mr. Bruce Walker papers giving increase in the receipts-of 1912>over

station"'at Kissimmre for .the. I avenue. meet; atthe Chapter House next Monday If Carl Hilliard met his. death-by .warning to the people of Canadaof 1911. By the end'' of next March pt,

'I + week ending Jan. 2. 1912. lion. L. D. Frost of St. Cloud afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full' foul play the,'fact was not disclosed my arrest aa .soon as 'I tepped off which is the end of the' official fiscal '.
:was business of
attendance la desired as ,'the increase will be
probably 20
among the visitors in Kissimmee by an examination of the body which the train, which went through all the year .
MAX 'HIM. arts importance will be transacted. was conducted by Dr. M.. J. Hicks Saturday loadin, Canadian pajic': -, j.l: \3I'k-\ per cent. .
Wednesday. He. came to be present!' .
Friday...*. .. '73 57 at;, the_Installation, .of-tho ,odL:H'JI tf R E. Buckeridge Rich-Hill,.Mo. ,. __. ed-the other way, and have.drawn the .this_JCissimmae showing,, shouldbesatisfied for Tampa only showed-with i
.
40 Howard arrived in Kissimmee last week andis Since the finding of the launch attention of many people .to Florida
; : Saturday. : . . 66 < post G, A. R. an increase of 8 cent for the
Margaret abandoned in the Kissimmeeriver and her lands. per I
. . . 76 46 , looking over the situation with a of time. '
If i Sunday. Roy.D. Geiger a member of the view to locating. He is delightedwith near Lake Okeechobee, and the When I arrived in those towns same period
"!j Monday. . . 8: 63 . Columbia college faculty left Wednesday what he has seen so far. subsequent discovery of the body of everybody wall w-nderinir how I fctill Parce) post has started locally very

\ Tuesday. . .. 81 63 fternoon for Lake. City after her owner Carl Hilliard, and the fail- enjoyed my freedon., I have actually smoothly.FRANK f
Wednesday 76 64 (05)I i I. spending the holidays with hill brother Fred Hill was accompanied home ure to find, any trace of Hilliard's offered myself at Mr. Bruce Walker's VANS AGNEW,
I 11. D. Geiger in Kissimmee. 'from the State University for the partner Raymond Harris the sugges- office for arrest but that finished Mr. Postmaster. r:
( ,Thursday 79 62 ;; holidays by his friend F. II. Stiel, of tion that the young men met with Walker's bluff. At Canora, Can., in
J I| Miss Inez Carson left for Lake City Sydney, Ohio who is a grand-son of foul play has been growing until relatives ' I Canora, Can., I met Mr. Mayor of STOCK HOJ..I>ERS' MEETING.The .

. I Tuesday afternoon to be present at : United States Marshal Ilorr, of Jack- and friends believe firmly Kamsack with the same effect and results annual meeting of the stock-
"l\ . -. -. the opening of Columbia college I sonville. that such was the cause of their untimely he also had no more to say. holders of the Citizens Bank of K/s-
. 11111111111111111111111111! Thursday. She is a student at the end. All of the letters I have seen of the simmee will be held in the offices of

Lake City institution, and\.had spent Mrs. W. T. Harrison, of Gainesville, To leave nothing undone that landseekers and settlers I havo the directors of the bank on Tuesday,

the holidays at home. Ga., and her son, Goodman Harrison would lead to the discovery of the brought here, were very favorable to January 14th at 3:30: p. m.

i THE LOCAL fiELD. I II j ; Miss Call who had of Atlanta, were the appreciatedguests crime and the criminals, it was determined Florida and Rev. Mr. J. G. Knapp l-3t.. W. A. SMITH, Cashier.
Nancy Bryan of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris to make an examination of one of them, has written a little leaf- I
< been visiting her sisters, Mrs. C. A. a few days this wfek, leaving for their young Hilliard's body and the post- let about Florida which is eagerly
: HUM nun Carson and Mrs. Bessie Simpson, left home last night.Mr. mortem was conducted by Dr. Hicks read by our German friends. An- /

I Wednesday for Lake City to resume\ last Saturday. He was accompaniedto other of them, a member of the last
E. A. Gilbert, assistant city clerk. her work at Columbia college -as 1 and Mrs. J. W. Oliver and two the grave by Undertaker J, W. excursion has written letters to his -

'J: spent the week in Tampa. member of the faculty. children returned last week from a Thompsonand S. J. Triplett. A I, people since he has seen Florida gen- DANN'S /

The United of the Con- two weeks' visit to their old home in thorough examination was made of erally and Kissimmee and Kissimmee
Daughters
_ M. D. Tindall, a prominent orange where met rela- head and but there which would fill ..
federacy, Will Bryan chapter, will Alabama they many he body, was not prairie particularly
grower of Ashton was here Monday.W. meet at the chapter house at 3 o'cloc tives and old friends whom they had the slightest trace to indicate that .a pretty sized book and is still at it. ;

H. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers in the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan- not seen in years. there had been a blow or that strangu- He is awaiting his family here andrefu'ses DEPARTMENT

the tree people. 40tf. uary 8, for the purpose of electing of- lation or other violent means had to go back again.
ficers. A full attendance is requestedby The local lodge of Odd Fellows will been responsible for death. Another bought 80 acres and when
W. R. Wooten of Orlando spent the officers. install their newly elected officers at Party Returns Empty-Handed.{ he came here to see them he was so STORE
Tuesday in the city. Fraternity Hall this evening and will The party which left Kissimmee on convinced of his future that he bought ,
Mrs. Andrew Johnson has returned celebrate the occasion! with an oyster Thursday night of last week to make 80 acres more. Another one had to t
Have you seen those pretty Coat from an extended visit to her father supper. All members and visiting another search of the waters in the see the land first before buying the NNNNNNNNANNNNNNNN. . . \
Suits an StanfordsT 60-tf and is again at home at the: Gray- brethren are cordially invited to at- vicinity of Lake Okeechobee with the 20 acres he wanted. He came here ,

stone. She arrived just in time to tend. hope of finding some clue that would and bought 40 acres instead and*80
of Bartow
Griffin
II.
J. was among nurse Col. Johnson througn a troublesome solve the mystery of the disappearance acres more for his friends. Another
the visitors in Kissimmee Tuesday. attack of la grippe rom which Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Partin have of yoUng Harris, returned Sun- gentleman of the party who travelledthe

Save money on furniture and hard- he has about recovered.The the sympathy of a large circle of day night without encouraging news. last twenty years in the U. S. A.I I C
20 cent off at Waring friends and relatives inthe loss of The party was composed of Sheriff would only say that Kissimmee and |
ware. per
Trading Co.'a. 62-tf. young lady students of the their bright little four-year-old daughter Prevatt, J. K. Hilliard, father of Carr surroundings beat them all. Alii j
Florida State College for Women Mildred, who died last Tuesday. .
Hilliard J. Harris, father of Raymond these people and my family say: .
Miss Kathleen Peacock of Lake left Thursday morning for Tallahassee Interment was held at Rosehill cemetery Harris, O. K. Roberts, Claude Tyson "Never back again.! .

City is the charming guest of Mr. to resume their work, the party and D. Wallace. They made the trip Many thanks to the Board of Tradeof a

and Mrs. Henry Aultman. being composed of Misses Margie in the Margaret the launch in which I Kissimmee for the prompt action
On account of Father Fox
Belle Bearden, Elon Guice, Phyllis beingill the young men started upon their' against the slander of Florida and p
Save money on furniture and hard Jarrell, Alma Griffin and Grace Nel- he will not be able to.hold regular ill-fated trip from Miami.All against personally. That protestis
service of Rev. Father Bres-
ware. 20 per cent off at Wa.-ing Hon, Sunday. (Hope Abandoned.For read by many people in Canada as n'
of Sanford will
Co.'s. 62-tf. nahan come Tuesday '"
Trading a distance of several miles, far north as Alberta and made
a very ---
II. II. Cole, of Chicago son of C. A. afternoon and will have devotions and I ------ :
covering the ground' with the real... good! lnpreaaion----; -
II. M. Fri ..('11 and daughter of Cole, stopped over in Kissimmee for confessions at 7:30: in the evening_at -- ;- I '
t-et- can the SSarch was prosecuted leave for Canada for next
Cleveland, Ohio, are here for. the win._ jyHt|!|L1o.his ''reinLiven haraafterhay- 4hc U1'clt-'oJaT1 ?:--lte WflTiiy mass ; my excursion -
'it without trace of about .the 10th
-- sign or the missing and will return Dann'sDepart
Dr.-wrLrwTnTnr.: : his father Lakeland.He at half
ter at : mg visited at on Wednesday morning past in the
man's body. Upon their return latter part of January.
thinks Kissimmee is about the six.
"' from the searchers stated that they had Thanking for in
Special sale on all silks. Cut best town he has seen and has beeen you space your
25 to 40 per cent. Next 10 days. II. unliBt* C. Stanford Co. oO-tf work. evening Rev. A. J. Holt rendered his Harris's body. If he had been mur- Respectfully yours, ) r.
report for the year, which was filled dered it was their opinion that the J. II. NEUFELD.
I. Hatmaker left Friday murderers had done their <
James with interesting data the work so
R. H. Brown, of the Jaudon Engineering concerning
night for a brief visit to his old homein details of his Among the well that the body would never be '
( 0", spent Thursday in Au- pastorate. HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
Tennessee. hurndale, where his company has recently items shown was that of twelve found.

H. C. Stanford Co. now have the secured the contract for put- hundred pastoral visits during the The conclusirn seems reasonablethat .
for the famous Happgrade ting down $(;,0)0() worth of concrete year, an average of one hundred visits young Hilliard was drowned, ENTERED CONTESTHAROLD
gency 60-tf sidewalks. The walks contracted for for each month. probably by being cast overboard in I
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' eralla
'' by this enterprising town are to be hindered in his attempts to save him I

f'3 K Walsman; representing the FruitGrowers' five and six feet wide. The students of Columbia college self lie was a good swimmer, andit
BUZZA AND MISSLUCYBUCKELS
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; is not thought that he would have
Express company of Sanford who spent the holidays in Kissimmee t
spent Monday here with friends. Dr. S. W. Downing and A. II. returned Thursday to resume lost his life in the water except under SPOKE IN ORA- men

Jarrell returned Saturday evening their work for the spring term. The unusual conditions. ,

Save money on furniture and hard- from a hunting trip on the ea.-t const party was composed Misses Cor- TORICAL MEET AT OCALA. v
ware. 20 per cent off at Waring They had left Kissimmee the pre- inne and Ella May Gilbert, Corrie +

Trading Co.". 52-tf. vious Wednesday. They were out Miller, Annie Neimeyer Bessie Guy TURNED SLANDERTO

for big game and bagged a doe. and Messrs. Malcolm Overstreet and
P. Broadfield, trainmaster of Two students of the Osceola High
Lovic Other members of the
party were Roy Bass. Miss Angie Makinsonwill
the Atlantic Coast Line was in Kis- Messrs. McLain and Tillman of Bar- return Sunday.Rev. GOOD PURPOSEATTACK School went to Ocala to. be presentat Store'
simmee Tuesday.Ten tow the oratorical contest to be held
there during the of the
H. T. Gaines and his meeting ,
family
cent discount on all made- .
per Florida Educational association this ,
to-order suits skirts and coats. F. Do not forget the lecture. in the left today for their new home in ON PRAIRIE LANDS BY week. *l
Lawson. school auditorium January 4 by Sanford, where Mr. Gaines will as- .' L '.
II. Harold Buzza and Mies Buck- 1 1'rJ. 1V
Lucy
Ralph Madden "The Road to Laugh- sume 'charge of the of the WINNIPEG PAPER RESULTEDIN '

Save money on furniture and hard. tertown." He is} a reader and impersonator Methodist' church. Mr.pastorate. Gaines and GOOD ADVERTISING., els were the the.speakers Kissimmee chosen institution.to represent is the only place i in, "

ware. 20'per.. cent. off at Waring of great renown.. Come his family have endeared themselves The outcome of the contest has
Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. out and .hear him. Tickets on sale to the members of their congregation not
been learned in time for the Gazetteto
at Roberson's drug store Friday and d ring their residence 1n Kissimmee, -J. A. Neufeld:a land agent referredto
the result but the
print student
Men's gloves for all purposes, larg- Saturday. Those having season and the most cordial wishes for their in an attack recently made on the ,
est and best assortment in Kissimmee tickets can get reserved seats atRoberson' welfare and happiness accompany Kissimmee prairie lands by a Winnipeg body of the Osceola High School were Kissimmee where
their .
60 cents to $2. F. H. Lawson. without extra charge.The them in taking up another charge. paper is in Kissimmee and has bring banking the on medals home representatives with them. to

Rev. J. D. Sibert ,and family have written the Valley Gazette the letter
furniture and hard- W. J. Sears and R.
Save money on Supt. Principal
Communion of the Lord'sSupper
Holy arrived and are
acquaintedwith
becoming which follows telling of the actual
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off at Waring re- M. Evans those who "
cent at-
20 were
ware. per will be celebrated at the Presbyterian among
the people of Kissimmee. Mr. sults the attack
Co.'s. 52-tf. following : tended the convention from Kissim- the Famous ,
Trading church next at the
Sunday Sibert will preach his first-sermon in Editor Valley Gazette:
11 o'clock service. Any Christian in the Methodist church mee. I
Katherine Albright and daughter Sunday morn- I returned last week with a num-
Mrs. for good and regular standing in his ing. He is recognized as one of Jhe ber of landseekers and settlers from
of Tiffin, Ohio, are taken in the city at church is most cordially invited to strong men of the denomination. lie the snow and ice-bound North of Can- HALE OF SIDEWALK \
have
the winter, and rooms
partake of this communion. The individual enters his pastorate in Kissimmee ada.

Mrs. McElder's, on Mabbette street. cups are used. Come, cele- under the most favorable auspices, Regarding Mr. J. Bruce Walker, the

Save furniture and hard- brate the incoming of the new year' and has been given a warm welcome. immigration commissioner of the Dominion WORK COMPLETED WALKOVERA
on
money by drawing near to the Savijr.
ware. 20 per cent off at Waring of Canada, I may say that !
52-tf. shortly before I left Kamsack, Can., 1
Trading Co.'s. lion. W. J. Sears, superintendent WORK IS BEGUN ON with my friends on the excursion in CONTRACTORS ARE PUSHING :

P. A. Vans Agnew returned Tues- of public instruction, left Kissimmee the first week in November, I had a L
day evening from a business visit of Tuesday morning for Ocala to attend DRAINAGE DITCH talk'with the mayor of Kamsack WORK TO FINISHANOTHERMONTH and

several days to Jacksonville and other the annual meeting of the Florida which was not of the friendliest na- TO CONCLUSION.About 1'
j Educational association. Mr.
points.
Sears was accompanied by Mrs. -----
MACHINERY ARRIVES AND SUR-
Lewis O'Bryan visited Jackson- Sears and their son and Mrs. Bessie of the
Simpson. R. M. Evans of the Os- VEYOR IS GOING OVER TilE 7,000 square yards Dorothy Dodd
the week having
ville the first of sidewalk work which was let to the
been called there on business of an ceola high school was also among GROUNI TO MAKE READY. Jaudon Engineering company has I i 9
the teachers who attended the meeting I iI
urgent; nature. of the association. FRESH[ Y been put down, and the work is going '
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forward as rapidly as conditions war- i, !I p.
Kisimmee Auto Garage and :Ma- Ralph Ward, of New York, son of The machine which will be used in rant. The entire contract calls for ',

chine Company will do anything in C. H. Ward, spent several days with digging the drainage ditch in the DAY about 11,000 square yards. 41
lath or machine work for you for his father returning the first of the western section of the city has arrived All the walks on Brack, Main and SHOES ".

automobiles, boats. and all other ma- week. It has been some years since/ and work will begin on the actual Church streets have been laid and the .

chinery. 15 tf Mr. Ward was in Kissimmee, anhe cutting as soon as some necessary New Tomatoes cross streets from Mahbette to Patrick t

was surprised and delighted to find work by the surveyors is done.J. are being put down. A force of

Miss Berta Bryan left Tuesday such an array of improvements as P. Middlemas, the contractor, has New Lettuce more than 20 men is being employed, Can be
Afternoon to spend a few days with greeted him upon landing at the sta- not arrived yet, but his representatives and another month will probably witness ,
friends in Tampa. While there she tion. "Doesn't look like the same have been here with City Engi- New CabbageNew the completion of the work |
attended the annual dinner of her college town," said young Mr. Ward, "I'm neer R. II. Ludlam this week, and

fraternity. certainly proud of it." have been going: over the levels and Radishes A may, in China sends about three .
estimates. It is stated that the dirt: million narcissus bulbs to the United PurchasedDANN'S
Andrew Manning of Tallahasseewas Information that will be gladly received will begin to fly in a few days, and established his connection with the
in Kissimmee Tuesday. lie was by hundreds of people who that the completion of the ditch is now New Potatoes topher was a ferryman, and thus is /

representing a dictaphone company, visit Kissimmee, especially the river- but a matter of the time required for -- States every year. The declared
but found a number of old friends in men, is that Mrs. Julius Hyde has the excavation. value of these bulbs in 1910 was

Kissimmee with whom he spent sev- again taken over the Lake (House and NICE LOT FRESH $10,514 and in 1911 $7,043. This 4s
eral hours in a social manner: is again furnishing those well-cooked also the part of China from which a

substantial meals to her patrons. Mrs. INFANT'S DEATH. SALT MACKEREL great amount of the joss sticks in

Rev. A. M. Chisholm at the will Christian preachext Hyde is one of the most successful Margaret Eugenia, the infant .. this country are imported. i I \1
Sunday morning - -
) and His hotel women in Florida, and has made daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.Marsh -- ..
urch on "The Preacher welcome is a name for the Lake (House that has after a brief life of 36 hours German stamp collectors were delighted -
enageA hearty and ex- reached the remotest corners of ,the died on the morning of Decmeber 21, SHAKER 'a few weeks ago to be able
tended to all at both morning
State. and was brought from Avon Park by to add to their treasures the first
evening services. BANANASHome air ship stamps. Letters ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Patterson and her father and buried in R-)s:' Hill them be thrown providedwith .....-..\....\.....-.......- )
Notice-Dr. Winn now has his office cemetery. The little body whs\ too can into any .... "'- r
up starts in the new Will son building Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Logan of Pine- weak to battle with life anj the Grown letter box to be conveyed by the

where he expects to be for office ville, Ky., are the guests of Mr. and Father of All, in his infinite mercy, Fruits Postluftschiff Schwaben along the, r
I and 2 to Mrs. S. B. Aultman. They have Rhine to Frankfort or Darmstadt. .
hours from 10 to 12 a. m., took the little soul home.STOCKHOLDERS' .
r 4 p. m. His office phone is No. 97. been frequent visitors to other sec- .
His residence phone is No. 33. 46tf tions of Florida but this is their Mme. Bella Pevdner, the brilliant
i1 first visit to Kissimmee, and they MEETING.The Jewish woman, is touring the world
r Among ""the guests at Mrs. L. R. are delighted with the town and the Dann & DannGROCERS : in the interests of the Arts and DEPARTMENT

Farmer's boarding house on Mabbette country surrounding. Mr. Aultmanhas annual meeting of the stockholders I Crafts.School of Palestine and the uplifting ,
_ street are Mrs. S. W. Thornton ofi' given them a number of auto of the State Bank of Kissimmee of the Jewish race. Mme.
i' Kearney, Neb.; Mrs. Nina Heame rides into the country round about, will be held in the office of the Pevsner has drawn large audiences A '
Smith and her mother Mrs. Rpanie and they have had the advantage of State Bank on January 9th, at twq 'all through the United States and STORE
of shown by one who is thoroughly o'clock P. ){. has been described finest
Homer, Neb.; Mrs. L. D. Farmer being and i as "the type ,
Darlington Broadway ly
of Matthews Ga'., and J. W. Atwell, conversant with the advantages C. A.CARSON, Pres. of Jewish woman of the twentieth i4 t >t tTe
I 0 f Stellaville, Ga. and possibilities of this section. 1-2t N. B. CARSON Cashier. century."
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sponsible for these conditions. Have a i| Let Her. Hum. 0 ,
.. heart to heart talk with yourself, and Your little girl is hunched up on the
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find if little floor her dolls. She is
:, :. out a encouragement on j playingwith
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ir < \ : ,:, your part would not better those conditions I unconscious of the world of grownups. I'
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,.\'".' .... ,',-, ". ". It ', .- I Reflect if vou criticised your neigh- hums. Perhaps you are trying to
f ,.cr- .,.; : : '. \ .. .' s&ta.i.f; bor less and co-operated more, things read some exposition of the tariff on
: : ... ', / .,' ,, >," : : > 'ftS mt *t would, in all probabilities, take on a some other intricate subject, as anal- t'J'
. I} :... ..,' \, .t' .. ..' **} ; f fo vastly different appearance.-Charles lyzed in a speech reported in your .

.. ,' . .: :" .,,j'. :, ''. .. ,I'oJ ;-j! < -Vf f% S. Barrett. paper. Perhaps the little girls distracts i

,. ._.)\_',.!..t,1)" ." '.i",," ." {Il....ti's.....1A::: ."",'.1-1. b'" "" "-{.\\l' I. ., OJ., " \ ", i i ;i ., ,9' S.jur'P ;l Oil as Steam ..'uellncreaaea in Favor. But-your let her attention.hum! i
'w 'r., ... .y .." !t, About ten years ago, it was thoughtby I Don't for all the world distrurb her. ;
.' ., .." i the public that electricity would' She ia ,epjoying that which soon she r
,, r" ': positively take the place of all other will never enjoy again--freedom from .
,' ",. \ fuel, especially on the ,railroads.It care. I
is interesting to read that oil is Don't for all the world disturb) her '

.y //illliu slowly crowding out the use of coalon She is enjoying that which soon she
many of the most important railroads will never enjoy again/ -freedom from
such UH the Southern Pacific, I
and, in fact, all of the big trunk lines :I care.After a .bit she will be a merry
of the West. i, school girl, but there will always be '.
3, Out in San Francisco, oil is used I i ii the distance the worry about to- .
exclusively on the ferrylwats of the i morrow's lesxons. She will in time .
d lines connecting that city with the I be a blushing high school graduate,
ti't't smaller towns across the Hun; Francisco j but marrying her perfect joy will be
bay. 1 the wonder about what lifo is to hold
t' The one chief feature of it all is for her.
that it is cleaner to use oil, not only She will be a happy bride, but there
: for passengers, but for those Xi'xing the | will steal in thechilling thought of
carriers for both business and pleas- | what sorrows may come.
!1 rt, use travel. ? ,I the; will be a contented mother,
..9 There is another reason for the use ro'klnghl'" babe to rest but visions .
of oil for traffic purposes! and that is will arise of disease that may strike
it makes the work less irksome. In down her dearest.

inhaling the coal dust on the trains Always!, as one grows new responsibilities -
and the boats it has been found to I new tasks new worries. So
be not only unhealthy, but sometimes I I I let your-little! girl hum now.-Atlanta
an absolute torture.Commercial Journal. '

5i ; travelers, being forcedto
practically live'on both trains and A St. Louis woman seeks a divorce
I boats, have expressed themselves as I| from the man, who, she believed,
delighted at the change of coal to oil courted her in another life thousandsof

fuel purposes. years ago. The bill doeon't state y
; whether he changed through the ages
How Big in America? of reincarnation or merely after his
On the British empire the sun never ;i marriage.Brockton Times.
111''If 0 A Celery Farm NeaKissimmee sets. In the short summer nights i inever it i iI
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on republic.San -- -
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Cattle in the United Stale. .At the same rate per acre a.-, does Running Kings Around Neptune."Vol. / starlit night, landed on a life raft, lita our territory. is literally true that I
l A bulletin Rot out by 1'rofjbsor Belgium.It !. Archibald Gracie is the cigar which had not had time to in August the sunset has not ceased ,
man !
F ry a Mumford and Hall of the Illinois will be many years, if th\\lime who had the remarkable experienceof get wet, gave the people on the raft to flash the on the spears of the fishermenin Have Several ''
Aleutian
Factors in Cattle Feeding gives the ever conies before this country will being draw deep into the water by a pleasant smile, and then calmly proceeded isuands before it begins I
American farmer and stockman, have as many cattle per square mileas the suction of the sinking Titanic and with the work of rescuing his to glint and blaze on the axes i
food for thought. A table in this Belgium now has, but the fact remains then being catapulted to the surface fellow passengers." of the woodsmen in the forests of Desirable
bulletin' shows how our exports of that there is room to produce the of Maine.
by explosion the
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ship's toilers
beef have been regularly declining vastly more than are now l being Hays the Popular Magazine When I Don't Ignore Your Neighbor.You Roll up the may of New England! Houses I
for several years. This is a fact of raised. This should be done, too. he landed in Unroll that of your whole country!
finally +
which many have been aware, but America should still be an exporterof New York, he I may think that that pooronery How large is Texas? You could bury
other statistics in the bulletin show beef cattle, supplying the increas- gave out a statement to the newspapers {I cuss on the farm next to yours in it the German empire, and have i FOR RENT '
describing marvelous doesn't ,
that the decline is not necessary. I ing home demand. In the South One of the escape. amount to anything and that room enough left for England and .
At the presentfate' of increased I there is room for wonderful ex New York reiv spaorr I of aiding hirw in reviving ambitionI Wales! How large is California? You
pan in
1 consumption the point will b? HOOD sion. :More cattle can be grow to hit men it, off commenting follows on Gracie's' story |I can safely let slide the question could bury in it England, Scotland, I Mrs.
reached when the American farmers I the mutual advantage; of farmer and- "Col.! Gracie as is the: most wonderful I I and fool educating his into children. You mat Ireland, Wales and have room enough E. E E. Wells I j 1
| yourselves
believing that left for
end stockmen} will_ not. be producing the soil.-Southern Ruralist. : you Switzerland and Belgium.
acquatic of
I performer modern hoe
t. beef for home use. Statistics provep u When it times'l can your own xiw, improve your How large is Colorado? You could I
conclusively! that this need not be. I Cuba Has More Investors.If ocean, he comes has old_ to toying own farm pay you own dues educate bury in it Norway and have room Phone 118 WilkonNtCKUS Building j .
Although America is producing one- Neptune looking: I your own childro.1, and let it(0/ enough left for Denmark. flow large
like fish
with
the 1111! a amputated fins. All at that.
third of the world's beef supply, it : year was an unevent- he is Iowa? You could bury in it Portugal Immmmmm
did this
ful one in a business in Cuba itwas was : But there is
way no guarantee that some and Switzerland. ==
has not nearly reached its How large is ,
marked by the steady inflow of "He was drawn down a mile deep day the sonof that fellow
thinkso Lake
While Belgium heads the capacitY'1 you Superior;: ? You could sink Scot-
the of
by the
sinking
foreign capital for investment in biggest ship I far below
on
164 cattle per square mile, the ocean. At that you may not be holding land in it. How large is New York? I I
totes has only :23.;! Should this sugar cane and grazing lands, for waked the members great of his depth he I a mortgage on your home; may not You could bury in it Belgium and I I FOIl KIOHIUA. ,
amplification of and indus- up family be
banking courting
your daughter his Bean, Potatoes,
or Switzerland and
raise cattle ; Gr ce.-Denver Tomato
intensively ,
country as Republican
in New York Cucumber;
as does France, the total number I trial capital and for the encourage- by an astounding pieceof own daughter falling in love with Pepper, Watermelon. Cantaloupe ....
ment of which mental telepathy. lie was then hit Sweet Corn, Squash, .
ql many enterprises upon your, son. KKS Plant. It
would be increased three times. you 1
want
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in the .small of the back results plant our send.
foreigners have embarked in Cuba. by the explosion It is incumbent 'Let us
,y Eleven Southern States now have a I of 60,000 horse upon you, therefore, A St. Louis miss, who might have quote delivered prices on Aral-Class Po ./ i
enginetiers to extend taro
power
the Seed.
total of about ten millions of cattle, and projected back to the because helping hand, not only been better employed, had been studying Sealed Globe Livingston's True Slue- ,I' t
Tomato
r but Jf One of the richest American hair- top it is in itself a right thing to New York $8.10 per Ib. de y
.they kept as many per square of the ocean. On his return do, but smart set. She observes livered We handle everything In
mile 'as Belgium there would be eases has announced her engagementat he kidded himself into the belief journey that because it pays, in the long that husbands and wives main loglie.Kiloore Seed .Line. Write us for Spring Cfttr the 7
eighty-six, million in these States. the age of 44 without saying a he was traveling through hot run.Don't tain separate establishments and .(
instead See .
i Tennessee.bae in the neighborhood of word about ,how hard it is to remain of icy cold water. do so much kicking about the thinks that people elsewhere should Ca. Plot Clttr Fieri. ",
Traveling
one million of cattle, but would have i single when possessing 30000000. upward with the velocity of a bullet amine'yourself community in which you live. Ex- do the same if they had the money. .J.t'' .
r nearly. ,seven !millions if it kept them '1 Louisville Courier-Journal. out of a gun, he popped out into the otherwise and see if'by accidentor New York is no place for the Inno- Furnished '
.,. you are not partially re- cents.-Chicago Record-Herald. Room For Rent Caru'for .
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HONOR OF TIlE STATE .SMIRCH Umber Lands. Lands at all Prices, and on Easy Terms.
Heavy .
FruitA I ED. BECAUSE SOLEMN, CON. '. '...... '

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: ')1 ,SO.acre Orange Grove, will trade for half'value .'

k, T.HERE'is'no 'quest; la'A proved, just cause in the will case not of-the down:Wailes This You Are to Be the Judge; for other real l estate, balance easy payments -:. . .. ..,; .

Ion but that on our claim against, the State"of Florid f
This ,claim has' been .pending for )Try "Whil Clover Flour") .. .- .:...
At Florida soils the fertilizer years. A contract was made with and if not highly satisfactory in KISSIMMEEFLORIDA;

Sidney I. Wailes by the governor of for every a way refund, call of on the your purchase grocer . .

I applied'ha a ,de- the State for the collection of funds price. We authorize this for/ .
due the State by the national government WE KNOW that White Clover
cided influence the on account of' money expendedby Flour Is as near perfect as it is
on
the State during the Indian war possible to produce.! '

quality of the fruit.Bradley's .. Col.this Wailea money; undertook from the the governmenton collectionof "YOUR GROCER HAS IT" DOZIEB IEITNEII'SI'SUHHNOEflflECY I$ $

a contingent basis; if he collected ulsutas
I the money he was to receive 15: percent -4 s
of the total amount. The money : The Oldest and Largest Innirane Agency In O.ooU County
Fertilizers was paid into the State treasuryby drwb FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
Col. Wailes }
the but
government, "'.lPd : Ise ---g
has never received his proportion.
Attempts have been made at every
stand at the. head of the list subsequent legislature to have money .
as crop appropriated for the payment of the C. A. CARSON; President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. i

makers. No other goods have enduredand claim, but the best that has ever been ,
achieved was to secure an appropriation -
maintained their of $25,000. It took years of The Waters & Carson':: -
supremacy so long. tedious work for Col. Wailes to col. i .
Write lect the evidence and get the money
us for
today booklet, mailed free. for the State, during which he spent "
from his own funds a sum equal to
Grocery CompanyWholesale
that which was appropriated to pay
The American
Agricultural Chemical Co., him. lie refused to accept the sum 1-2t ,
Jacksonville of $25OOO, and those who are acquainted -
Sal.
Department, with the terms of his con- and.Retail Dealers, in '
P. O. Box 216, Jacksonville, Florida. tract agree that he acted wisely in $25,000; you 'owe ms( the face of my a
contract or nothing. 1'ne State ,
not accepting that sum. The Stateis says -
bound for the entire'sum, or noth- "I will give you $5,000 and no more, GROCERIES
ing. In the most recent number of though your contract calls for a much
the Palatka News an article on the larger sum." Then ('01. Wailes says,
- subject appears from the pen of "let us fyabmit the matter to arbitration .- -

Chas. E.1:: Dougherty, at one time con- and you pick (las you already 'III
gressman from the second Florida district have them appointed! ) the arbitra- 04004000004444400 .4'.4'44+44 .4... ..... '
I and a member of the last legis- tors." The State says, "No." What < 0 O
gTATE BAND OF ( ISSIMMEEOldest lature. At that session he offereda would be thought and said of the honor < WE SELL: 4 WE BUY: O '
bill enabling Col. Wailes to sue the and honesty of an individual who HAY, 4 .
State in the courts. Mr. Dougherty II would take such a stand concerninga 0 0 4 HIDES, 0 f
Bank in Osceola County writes interestingly on the subject, contract which he had made? But 4 GRAIN, oCr 4 .O .
for he is thoroughly conversant with an individual could be forced to answer 4 0 4 FURS, ;
Depository For it, and the argument he presents is I in the coQrts and compelled to FERTILIZERS, Qo
UNITED STATES' <.C\ K nN\'':\T STATIC OF* FL.OHIUA. conclusive. lie says: I do justice. A (>and issue is no more 4' 4 1.- WOOL, '
COVoTOF O <:KOl.A CITY OK* KISSI M M KK.L of a contract than is the contract of .* SHINGLES,., 4p ..
EdlR-PaIBlka.j1.eWB. FroID.'aW
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:= -- ----- -- -
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-- the Stale, -Ftorhta-w1th} Cal. Wa i1e8. 44 O
statement the last of the Newsit '
-cap fitStock tully.Pa i d-=___________ ______50000.00 evident in that issue not informed If Florida or any other state assumedthe ORANGE BOXES, 00'' AND O
is
you are
Surplus ________.________..________________________ 30.000.00Stockholderi concerning the Wailes claim. If it position concerning a bond issue 4 4O 0 t> 'I
that Florida has occupied to date ORANGE WRAPS, 4 0 I ALL O
Liability ___________.__________________ 50,000.00 be true that a case based upon a plain with reference to this claim up under 4 4 o Jo

Depositor Security ______________________________$130.000.00 written contract is stronger than one this contract, the cry of "repudia- 4 VEGETABLE CRATES, 4 COUNTRY > ,
based upon an implied contract, or tion" would have been sounded allover 4' 4 o +
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. upon no contract at all, then the case this land. In the one case the 4 CRATE NAILS, o 4 PRODUCE. ,
of Wailes against the State of Florida I. t
bonds would be held by "capitalists"and 0 0 .
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. is better than was the claim of "investors;" in the other the con- II 0440044 044000000 4'e.4++.. .....+... .. :;
the State against the United States. tract is held \by a man who has spent ill..
C A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B. Carton, It does seem as if there never was a more than a quarter of a century of
L president. Vlee President Snd Vice I'rett Cashier case of such importance and yet so time and more than $25,000 of his We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. r
simple, 'that was misunderstood and own money in the prosecution of this We give special attention to filling out hunting and camping partiee. '
misstated as this has bee'!. The claim in the interest of the State. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. r

... House of Representatives in the 49th For nearly fifty years the United, We are county agents for good ertilizers.. Ask us for circulars and
Congress passed bill introduced
a by
i States government failed to pay the prices on fertilizers.I .
me providing for payment to the Stateof State because the State could not sue ,
, the money due from the United the and I ,
force
government
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT States-a clear misstatement of the payment.,
I, case when the bill came up in the of Since the Col.\ Wailes performed his part II II I I I II I I II I IHI IIllliilllIIII I I II III I I IIIIIllll,
contract the State of Florida
Senate, but the only senator from Flor- has treated him just as the United ,.
INSURANCE Yes. Best Companies ida then in Washington, prevented the States treated her. One of three DANCING! t .
passage of the bill by that body. From .
things should be done. The Legislature I'
-
the time when the claim accrued till should pay this claim; adjust it EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT :

Why not the good judgment in buying it was paid there never was any de- satisfactorily by compromise if
use
same nial or question of the right and JUII possible FIREMEN'S HALL :
by act the ,
or open courts to Col.
Insurance that you do in buying good for your I tice''of the claim of the State. The
United States government stood Wailes in order that the case may be I 111 I I I 11 11 11 I 111111 111111 I I I I I I 1111 I 111 I I 11 I..I..I..
just
tore or clothe for your family? adjudicated. I believe the latter .-j.,.
4 upon its sovereignty and made no pay course' would be most satisfactory t .
ment, that was all. The'United If the State does not owe Col., Wailes ,
States finally, in pursuance'of an anything there i is no danger in letting l I,_ :
ARTHUR E DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. amendment to an "omnibus" claim him bring suit, for the court would so 'l'l'h 1i I 01.t ,4 +
bill, paid the State. That amendment decide; and.if they did CoL Wailes FINE INVESTMEfTBUY !
is verbatim a copy of the bill would have to submit. But this
G. WAGNER Manager introduced by me which passed the of saying, I will not pay you and way I
House of Representatives during the will not allow you to have your case
I 49th Congress and was defeated in adjudicated, is repudiation. .
NOW SELL THIS WINTER ry ryAT
the Senate as above stated. All of ,
Respectfully
.
this is shown at in the
length Con- CHARLES ::
gressional Record. DOUGHERTY. A LARGE INCREASE v /.
Seville, Fla.CloseIn. ,
C.taUl.W.d 181i41 R.f..nee: Your Banker Governor Drew appointed Col. I - - h
Wailes "State Agent; and entered Resident Lots.
STANTON &
J. S. CO.
into a contract with him for the collection Two very desirable close-in resident The far-sighted and wee people arc baying Real Estate NOW.We '

WHOLESALE PRODUCE of the claim of the State. Iota, one of which is a corner lot. offer as an Investment the following list of property,,to be sold
oo a.nour u. r MEMPHIS. TENN. From that time, down to the paymentof These Iota are on the watet, sewer as a whole at about two-thirds Ita actual value, and on easy term .

OrasLr.n O-ra.j5wfru.lt: .8".t.'bl.. the money due the state, there was and electric light lines. Located three of payment. The Improved property included la the list bring a "
never any question of the legality of and one half blocks from Broadway, -
the contract with Col. and rental of $69.00 per month.
.wIM Wailes. On two blocks from Osceola High
the' contrary, Governor and school. Just the
every place for a fine
One nine-room house with bath and electric
lights fronting
on
took home.
every Legislature, cognizance of We are offering these lots for '
the matter by affirmative official a short time at a very low price and brick panel street, renting for $20.00 per month. This propertyeasily .
C. A. CARBON. i. A. CRANrORD. B, ... LUPFEH.II. action as the records at Tallahasseeand on easy terms. Call and we will show worth $2,500.00.Fireroom .
Pra.ld.nt. V..t.. 8.-r the acts of the Legislature show. them to you. '-- .

Col. Wailes appealed to the Legislature 39tf M. M. BREAKER & CO. cottage and bath, nearly new, modern In every way, '

the only court open to him, and on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per '.
his petition was practically denied. It Truck and Citrus Ftuit Land.
II. KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. is true that $25,000 was appropriated No. 462-rseven and one-half acres month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. ' j

of which Col. Wailes was to receive of the best truck and fruit land in
only $12,000, and give a receiptin Kissimmee Park. This land is in Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street ,
full for the amount of his claim, proximity to the lake. Call on us and has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month. This
which he declined to do. The last we will put you in touch with the property if purchased separately would cost 125000.
M Rough and Dressed s. Legislature in regular session so owner; you can deal direct with him. '
. amended the act as to give Col.! Wailes This property is offered at a great re Four-room cottage, located on large lot fronting on brick
all of the $25,000 with the same proviso duction from what land in this locality paved street, renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00. .-
as to receipt in full. The $25,000lies is' selling for.
PINE 'LUMBER in the treasury untouched by 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth
Col.! Wailes. $800.00.
Just here the following question is Nice Home Close to Lake. .
S a pertinent one. If the State of No. 460-A new 5-room cottage,
One cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per v
two large lots 50 164 feet each.
Florida owes Col. Wailes nothing x
,
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY why should any Governor recommend, splendid well of artesian water, fifteen month. Worth $500.00. '

t.1 ,1 and any Legislature give, him $12- bearing orange trees. Call and
500, $25,000, or any other sum of the see this proposition. price $1,200. One-half Interest in 144 city lots each lot easily worth $75.00now
24tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. and values are gradually increasing.
1111 nn 1 1 1 1 M I " public money? If this contract is :
illegal, the State of Florida does not '
Generous Americans. Two close in resident lets worth ,$500.00 each.
owe him cent. If it is
one legal, he
Jerry was treating Mike to a trol- i'

ROYAL PALMS NURSERIESONECO is to the entitled face to of: a it.settlement His petition according to the ley ride. The conductor, a goodlooking Investigate, and 'you will find that, all of the above are good

FLORIDA Legislature being denied as above young Irishman, came through, properties, worth at a low estimate 1485000. We will sell everjrthinglh r
Most extensive collection of nnrs ery stock in Florida or the Gulf -t'e- shown, and the question of the legal- collecting( the fares. Mike watchedhis the above schedule for the sum of $9,300.00. The person
ion for distribution. Ask for of our splendid new catalog ity of his progress with great interest.
copy
; now ready contract being raised, he Presently he turned to Jerry with buying now will reap large profit
iich U replete with planting information and descriptions, etc. then besought the Legislature to opento tears in his I, .
, 4 -i Fruit trees, decorative plants, ornamental shrubs, etc..from all over the him the courts in order that the "Jerry," he eyes said huskily "I've We also have two well located business lots on Broadway, In '
a
world result of extensive importations and experiments for the put question be
our might passed upon.: That '
in best of the business district
lump me t'roatl""What very part which we are offering for ;
29 years. privilege was denied him. In short,
t See.special cash discounts under business rules in catalogue. Write Col. Wailes has asked payment of his 'Tis the forT gladness demanded of me Jerry.that's too $5,250.00. ,
iI< TODAY to claim after full
'! REA8ONERBKOS. ONECO, PLA.Grace contract. That performance being refused of, his he big to swally! said Mike. "Every We will be pleased te have you call and are these properties.
American has the big, heart!
asked that the matter be generous ......
.. submitted D'ye mind the poor young felly wid ., .
to the
courts.
and Deafness. "Speak a little loader, I don't catch him. That, toO, haa been denied the blue cap? 'TIs beggin' his livin

' Mr.. Blobbs dined the other evening what you say," Blobbs persisted. and been refused lie has any tried remedy two the courts he is. I saw him hould out his handto H. M. BREAKER & COMPANY -
: refusal -
I [with some friends. When the guests A low ripple of laughter went round being based twenty-siven people and every :
were seated the host bent his head the table. The host, his face crimson nicality, in no manner solely shape upon or a tech-form blessed" wan of thim giv him a nickel 'I .
>. and began speaking in a subdued tone. with embarrassment raised his touchJng the merits oi his case. Put ( Judge. I'- 4.1

y; "Eh, spat that?" demanded voice still higher. The poor old. man plainly; he has said to the State: "You That Letter "H. : ..,.
.' Blobbs,.who beside him and who did hfs best to hear, but failed. .
owe me a sum ofmoney under a con- "Mary, where is that chicken pie ]III ..
.' I i rather deaf. The.host cast him an angrglance.. tract." The State says, "I owe you I tod) you to heat for me?" I II For quick returns and best results : :it '
The "Hang iI'm saying' grace'I" he yell up :
: host smiled patiently and began .. nothing, but will give '''
-- you $25,000. "Well-mum-you: : meta heat it 'l
ed. it-Bite. I : Gazette .,
Main -Us"Want" columns the .
in._ ,louder vote Col. Wailes says, "You do owe me up; and I 'ave beaten it up!!"-PIP. j IJ

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PAGE 16. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.- -- .-------------- . . .1 y, \
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T State troops., I M, RIVERS M. D... <'
Third-Florida
rp
", Cay1! fe. M. Ausley, C.

jIIIIIII_ III. 111111111111111NUWAY . WILL IpGURATE 1 B.Moor' Gwynn, Chasv, W.A.E: Lewi, "'J.' W. Collins, Fourth-City Council Committee: PHYSICIAN and 'SURJEONOfllca : ';rI

Get the HabitSMOKE and F. B. Win- Fifth-Recejrtion
'Walter A., Demilly. than
i officials other ;
Osceol
1 Sixth-State over Pharmacjr
PRESSING[ CLUB throp. >: :
ji'
', I NEW GOV. TUESDAY TraniiporlaUon.: Seventh-Railroaa officers etc. Commissioners. 'l 1 ne.tden04t . .,'

Boone's J. Will Yon, Chairman, A. S. Wells, of Court. PHONES:SfOfflo. 148., ,'. ; ,
and TAILOR SHOP Straight. Justices Supreme .
Si: D. Chittenden, Chas..Munroe, Aar'on Eighth- I' . .'\1
. Ninth-Cabinet Officers. ,. \iW'
,. .
-- - and R.- Howard
-
Levy T.: B'Bird; WINN'1"1"
Governor- L.,
..:Governor and : ,. .
Tenth
4 FINE TAILORING Made in KissimmeeHe Military.J i "f
1' PREPARATIONS BEING MADE Lewis! Chairman, C. O. : elect and party.leventhtaff. .
AND REPAIRING Cigar"with lie' Real Taste Stuart Officers., PHYSICIAN I' '
a EI
Lewis ,
-
I-V -
AnJrews .
OF ALL KINDS. C. plllerr-Geor The entire arrangement of- the prow '2nd Floor Willaon Building' -,=
II I Box trade solicitedLook L. M. Lively J. M. Walker'and Peres Office
for Union Label.LADIES' B. McDougall., cession will be under the direct con- RWIIDBNC.PHOHB .K_..... i
Work Called For and Delivered I INDUCTION OF PARK TRAMMELL : Ball. trol of W. M. MeIntosh.Jr. OrriCs FrONEW. 1'100_. .

PHONE 61 TO OFFICE OF GOVERNORWILL I Chairman George
B. A. Meginnis, ,
:
Town
Doom T., LIGHTSEY
BY E. Lewis A. II.' Williams, John Wi; j-\n.DEWJTT; .
ATTENDED :
BE monster
FRANK DUKE Proprietor'CW''GRIFFIN' there was a .
Not> long ago
L. M. Lively J. E. Me-
Henderson '
GREAT CROWDS. gathering at. Denver, comprising OSTEOPATHIC! PHYSICIAN ',,,,
11111111111111 n 11111111 i Nair and F. B. Winthrop.
SHOP the
IRYSTOE Tiio thousands of delegates from all .,
Reception.Fred Residence Phone274
Park Trammell T. Myers Chairman, George cities of the West. The proceedingswere in the Office Phone 98 '. :'
Honorable and
The
opened by prayer,
.
AND GENTS' SUITS general, will become Lewis, Henry E- Palmer, John S. with which Rooms 3 and 4
present attorney midst of the solemn silence 1"
J. I D.
of Florida Tuesday of next Winthrop, George II. Gwynn, concluded a thousand'men State Bank Bld'g Kissimme, Fla*

I r Made_to Order: governor JVeekj-Januar2 7. Great prepara- Cay, John W. Henderson, W. L. Moor, the preacher arose at a given signal and bawl _j. ,'
D. M.
"
;
also tions are being ma'de "Tallahassee"" Geo.BPcrkina J&.ByrjL T. FeTCel ed in-stentorian tones; -. R.-B. D. WIENENGA. ____ I12:
for the inaugural ceremonies and .it Lowry, P. T. Mickler, H. City! D .
"Ok-la-ho-ma
_ Staple:and Fancy Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done is predicted that the inauguration I T. H. Randolph, L.A. C.Hardee Yeager, G.F. W.M. "Sixty-four thousand two hundredand IVETERINARIANSTOCK
crowds Hudson, Fred ,
will be attended by larger
Rhodes, J. A. McLaurin, Jas. A. Ball, five! TREATED FOR
and will be marked by more impressive I "What's the matter with Oklahoma -
GROCERIES: : ceremonies than Have been the F. C. Gilmore T. J. Appleyard[ J. M. ALL DISEASES .;
? "SiK2
Louis E. Cohen O. C. Van
Phillips
with former "governor. ,. I'hon. 257
case any This considering the exploit was | n. ''
Sprigg FlemingCLEANING There are several reasons for this. Brunt H. V. Maund S. Z. Ruff, C. L. telegraphed all over the country, was :>-1llot: Phon" ORLANDO. FuA.lENTIST. -
Mizell, S. May Walker E. II. Alford, ':
Park Trammel! is an unusually pop- feat of boosting on
held to be a great
ular man, and as the State grows Milton A. Smith, Guyte P. McCord J. W. SIMPSON L.
of the Oklahoma contingent;
the DI
Free Delivery to all Partsof there is a greater. interest in the affairs Wm. E. VanBrunt J. B. Pruitt P. W. I an.dto.part, when the time next came for \
administration Wilson, Thus. W. Richardson, Wm. O.Allies .
State's
the City; PRESSING of the the formerly. The ., William Levy J. W. Corbett a great interstate\ congress, Omaha .
than was case I
be napping.
_ determined not to caught
DYEING ."d military is better organized and there Wm. H. Lester Charles Williams, II. their organization Upstairs in Katz Building.
I C. Hervey, John E. Perkins, John But, although 1 l U a.mto12m.
_ will I be a better military display. The with- lIoUR.S
had reckoned OFFICE : } .!
I
perfect, they ; .
was
REPAIRINGLeave 'I l1o' Scouts of Jacksonville and some Donk C.: Z. Fenn, B. J. Bond J. R. I f 1:30: to :JOp. m.
iIIIuIIIIuII.IlSSuIIIS I I I I other to attend :McPanicI> .1. P. S. Houstoun, Mark out their host for the divine was a Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Itr
places lire preparing
;
of his
dose
I I Pueblo: man, and'at the i iexhortation
the exercises in u body, and thentheie :Miller I. A. Yates and J. I. Brown !
"And
he cried out now,
word pt house! and clothes :
my Decoration.C. .
.j J. G. HOWARD : will be CP1,4d I lor and returned. I men are personal hundreds. I friends of. politicians and applicants public I- F. Pearson Chairman C. E. Oaf- <) Lord Thy especial| blessing is uhk- i| 1 1)H.l W. C W. CARSON
I II '
and cityof'
i i'd for the large important
for office who will be on hand.Every fin, P. T. Nicholson J. C. Byars and |I DENTIST '

Satisfaction Guaranteed I hotel I and I hOUI'dll1houb i / (' I in W. L. Mi-Griff.; I P.u'blo. hose population thin yearis I
: hundred
and Painter uixry-kix thOU"III111'n
: Paper Hanger I the capital willi", crowded( to capacity The program has been arranged in Oflice over CoIe'sJewelryStore
and twenty-three souls. Watch u>> .
- ''I .and the old town will in the following order: I
4 .. -- -- -- ----- piesent Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6
and help. A men.
: ..... _ .n..n.. 4kj the: liveliest() "scene enacted there for The procession will .bo. formed at us us grow. I Office) phone 15K.
Work GuaranteedIf I A of the Oklahoma) chicllyof
: tbe Governor's; mansion at I 11 I o'clock. roar men '
r r'M. many years.The Residence 23
.
and sounded!
The of I rage disappointment}
-
: TILLER 1 following I tile committees official pio' {rain arranpnient.s -
.f thinking of having any done, f : which llusuccess are" of the in- for t the day : lather feeble aftur that .singular out- (("ins; administered for extraction of teethI


;., please notify me through the P. 0. : ; \ Real state Agency. ;; I auguiation upon Arrangement\\ III l I depend : *. I (iiiM-rnor'.s. KHforl.I'roni mansion. to the hurst, and 1'ueblo:Magazine.An wan held. to hI( escored.Struiil I I ) lL. (;i. I K.; PAKKER


f : .astnnnI. > : :Milntosh.Chainnan.1 ) I W. "UI>1lol. .
.J. G. HOWARD I t nsttnnsnstssest
: I I'I'1 Oregon I town has (t'Uirte l I itfirst I>K::NT: 1ST
42-4t |.,l lI '. (Ii.; VV. Saxton Ii. T.Vhit- Order of Arrangement. ..
1. .(. I I M I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ''t Realty bought and sold. ) ,i I field and J. A Kdmunilon.I'iiuiiue. I''i nfl Officer) ; i in command oft woman was only mayor sixteen, hut she as is the likelyto majority oH...'..: <,)\ ER OSC'KOLA PHARMACY I

: t H i( Houses rented. J t troops, with staff on horseback.Seeoiidli1itary .
1)(' real mad about itI'ittsbuig! i Oflice) HouriT 8:0X1:! ) to 12.-00 Noon
} ; I Taxes paid and Titles verified !I l 11:11: I I l.owiy I ('huilman.i F. Clifton 1 I i iI i : Band. 1'o.st. I 1:00: ) to 5:00: P. M.
44 41j ++++++++++++++++++++ 1 t .
for non-residents. _ .
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Fire, Life and Accident In- I i I DKRIiYSJUKE. M. li. ,

; ; : THE RAYSTONEI .... surahce. '.". ( (nl\lI.'O'\I.I' ('.. !*\I.K: OK I.4.

j ; : : G I ::1 I I IlK \ I. IMTI: ':. I Special 1 attention given to the
'I.f :I: t indemnity Bonds. 9V Good Times in Florida I'lnl. antl. by vllllif of a dcr<.-i' ofminimi
; ill I i I.. anil sal.-i r. lu.1..1'.1 1 h) IhfJinlu. : treatment oflom..n and
I I.r.'V'V"" _ 'V"" H I'i .. . '
) I 'V" 'if tinClrciill" ( '.lirt of III. Si % Child ren. >
_ OPEN_ UI THE YEAR :: i i nlh .luillilal flii'iili, ....r Ii.rI.I.l (. In iiinl., ) :
:I: --- .- -- --- -- ---- --- Uv: < ioA.. W. lid"'u'l.t.; ', foi 4 IIHI-, "I.. ( '"iihl\, an.I, ,IHMU..I, out. ofMl I Office) over Citizens liank. I'HONE 184
2.50 to 8.60 per day. (l jSpeciaLby 111) <"olll.. t ill M I.iIIJN. t h , III |I" III]I l.>.t. 24-:4niietsl: l
wjeek s>r mc nth. :SHUT/ (ioAllnit \\ (Jilchrist; wa.i LIIt..dtlltl', :; .". Florida pea vine ando \.1..1.. I I. I I..I ."I "Ill," 1 I. \ILil.is: ,IH ( Hill
.
f il.UN.ml. .in.l i Ii-'iiliiT.i, 'Hi.11.1 .mil
-- - stattij- i | : \
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i DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPA.TH ) J i.im-t ILwet. I IP, i hu ; N. W. TNUIHUN rr. R. 0. /PORTEn. Mr. Januaix, ltiii'! > l he has I I .. .
p. ; ; of I Honda in : : per" acreLs now icjfiirded a* food i ,"|niii.I i l. IIIK lh. "...d. i slu1 in .1 'omm.I" *-

+*'H"I-+< +++!+!+! +++! +++++++++++: tontinuouil.end,( 'a\"I'd i ; i to U\ all hini- haIi'. can)) i be. produced anywhere inthe ... I III,... I )I.n..I. I", U ,III ,.,,, II I.. III.. A<; NKW & CRAWFORDAVFOItNEVS.AT.LAW}
( (null.I' .in.I I I. Ml' I.Hlil.' I f.ii i.i.xh .itluilili. t
:' ,('If of "-'V"I':) oppoi! t unity to advertiseand I \\ oi,,1.1. Our ,people largely Jpccialixi' .,. .mil.111'.. ,, .il n..,.. rii.nl, .1....,, nl III.llmjs ( :: ;
i - -- ---- -- -- ) l hoo.t t !Iw u'souiceand superiority I I In.oiie enmity fully ",.1)(11I()() ) acres I I '."tI In. KIHSIIIIIII, , ii.s..n.i.. ] -
1
of Florida the magazineand : ; shell i'iiunt\ rii.ii.i.i mi TI'IMY:, 'ini : .
in ale' planted in .
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pecans.In .
INCHRVNlq )aper ,
STECIALiST I 'Iii I \ V >l-' .l'i\l' V I" 1.13 I Ollt I1 -i. t ii I' iiI5 llanli Hullillna
: of this state of I ul tin sectiiins awbrrries, I: 'I:;: Io.l'I ; \ ; :
w. DUZOR -DISEASES newspaper) piess' i are , ,, : lln )liiHIIH, 4.1 |, u.,| Hllli' In Iii I K 1",11I11111' Florida
LYON uthei states itnd) of <.th'l} | countru-s. laiscd almi)1- exclusuely. from HIM I...11",1.,1.. \ . I Ii. I IiI"i. .
CONSULTATION EXAMINATION' FREE doiilchrist lias fontrihuted u la, g'CpUI.t (to. 1 l.OK( ) iiuuits per acte., I In one community |" ,1\I ..r ill. MI lit 'HTM' ;1'1",1.' , ,., I I..i\\ I -- ----
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!. I III1.) I. ii.,, I..s .mil .s.illl J K. $|" ,,,.. III H I
such cominiinications to \ ur- I Irish, raised in I I II. (iEiEI!( ,.
j of J potatoes are ; : Is..I..1.1 \ I ll.ai.l, .nil. .1..11./.., II..II.I.. 1.I. 1 11.j
KISSIMMEE. FLA iou |puhIH'atloll,., (lining' Ins t"11II I) of otheitiamluads" I i ) of ttilery ; in otheistomatoes I.. I hllsl.,11,1.. ,,1\\ 11.01. I Ill Mll.l '"" ,,1.1 i!
office beans and otheregvtables. i..iiIii. I'll.I,III.I ll.-W II I
TUESDAYS THURSDAYS SATJffOAtS i egg plant
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Iui.hiflL" :or ill ii..illi. *.I! I..IM.I .f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
I OFFICE. CC.NTH: HOTEL I III I Leslie's Weekly of I December 11. \ I I In more southern portions I..l' nil. I I 3) lilill II I. ...rI./ ...., H.IKS ,

Real Estate i I'.ll! I :.', appeared the following I .a'' t H.Il'Itt1I ,. of tlu> state tropical and semitsopical I I \ililltloti\ .In. (Ii. Town 'if KIKHIIIIIIII Office! State Hunk! Building
I l hy tov.! ( iilchrist} und-i i the: : fruits'are grown' exclusively.Last 'Ii\,. '|1.,1.1.. Illll \\.Ml MiXt-I\ ilci. ;I I I
PHONE JS6 OHLANDO. FLA fill II I.,. III1.. "..,, 'h Illll .III. ]till) I I'll\ I U lit. \ I Itlllll KisHimmee. Flond
I head. (iood Times in I I'londa, I'.v' Al- I year, over one of the several 'I 1 I.!"I r.." lh Mr... II Ml ,.isi', \ -MlK I Iciiiil - -- I
I i JellV., ( iilchrist" : trunk I I lues of raili (hills in Florida, UHHio "" ) fill anil I lh III-. nnlli, inn- ,linnilri.il. ,
$v'Sn *', I II "Klondu! extends' through) fully .r>DOmiles ( ( i ai loads of fruits melons andegelables I \\"q"III', I ll-'I'l I : I r..1 I.. th, I"...'.. of G--F.J. KRIUliS 4P
I" Klnninutou.lhir' with till l"u II.IlliKHHiliijit.
_ I I latitude and ha1,200: ( miles .
1 of \ were shipped. We growcane I I I tin I i.i.n. ullli I all I I and' Mlnttularth. I,, i
: KISSIMMEE! FLORIDA Fruit and Truck Land I II II waterfront.. !. It I is liouniled on the f'omllIdl from ;500) to 1,000 li. i .-.1))l.t in. nl. H I. '" in. tit H ali.I! ainll |I'-, ATTORNEY! AT LAW KIS.SIMMEE FUA.Kxannnution >

l andouth l the < ;iulf of :Mex- of. ,I. II., ,"," .th.t.uni, ,. ]I... I.IMKIIIU., ,, ,ami.l .,
hy gallons the
we-t 1 i syiup' are produced to
have five and in .
We
I ten-acre tracts of Titles
\ \ rl" hl lltl. anil I \\111. I. Iii I. g..l: "iiUll.ilili a Specialy.N'otiticutiiin \
Lihe ty I'ark, the most desnable KU- leo anil( on' the east l I.\. the iulf; i lie re. > | of. ill., "ltld l.nui.u.." .I. n.te i iln :: .. .
l.burlmn property on the market which I -lieain.) Owing to the: peculiar" shape "The rays of our warm winter sun i I4 ,thu. .1 INnil.la .\ II, alii .mil .liilm. 'I !and payment' of taxes of

_i.i i. SJ1.BUEOCKREAL I we are offering for your consideration I of Honda the} ( iulf stream IS formed. ( j are concentrated in and the dewdropsare ! "I M.-alil..I' ItO ii. I r I.Ii.<'l ila h.1. <.I.[ i In anil i l.i i lh,. non.r""lt'nt.Iven. attention. careful

''at prices that are attractive. We I If there w-as no Florida tlw.ould. < crystallized in these. fruits and s. II /liri.l.or-K.:

I will be pleased to show these tracts to I he no iulf; stream. The state is now I Isending I >vegetables.\ They are shipped: to ..1S. ':\1 J''lINs'1'.N.: ,. :
out the (Gulf stream of its prospective purchasers at arty time. parts our common country, II( I H < iKli. .IKIt.: I'oiiinilHNliitii.rnim'i.iiiuinr lOI.nmT
Do not fail to see this property before various products to all parts. of the j gladdening th> hearts. of our faraway <-- | .. Sill i' i it.r 5 1 -41 i HATTORNEY .

ESTATE purchasing, as it has the advantages United States. .It is a great mineral I I Drothers and making life worth livingo .,
Till nnlf continued until date above
:: mmm. . . ...%.m.*.-*.....*.*.%.*.%.mm. *. of being close in and on th41 very best state, producing: half of the phosphate of t them. named. Jan. 14. 1913. AT LAW.
paved road in the' county, convenientto of the United States and one-third "Cattle, sheep, poultry, horticulture .

";' .. INSURANCE the city, school and churches. Five that of the world. Fuller's earth is I, and agriculture flourish throughut OIIIIKIl OK I.t 11I.ItA'I'IO KISSIMEEB. FLORIDA i,
; mined in various portions of the state. the state.
acre tracts $250 and $300. i Manufacturjng and !. rirruUo.r Mla e nl KlorldalHrvraitk ,
24 tf. 11. M. BREAKER &.CO. Fine clay for porcelain is also mined.It i mining and the fisheries .of the state Judicial
; (Examination Titles a is a great naval stores and lumber i are rapidly developing. The manufactured .Country. CIIAISCKHV.Vmrtttr LaU : .
1> .MIlBby. I'lalatlff, Florida R. K. Comm. Criminal Court
producing state. It is one of the most l I products of the state represent ....u..

: .Big Bargain in a Home __ healthful /Mates in the Union ,the i fully $R7 per capita. Our soil J<._|>h ". Itohhlna.. ....'....oI..C.II MASSX; &; WARLOW

ii Specialty. Splendid new six-room house, just [ death rate being less than that of any produces as much to the acre of pro- app.tirliiK, li) affidavit appended

inside city limits fine deep well, lot other state. and of any country in i.bets to which it is suited as does any to(...u.the..- that I.Ill mi.ih filed 'In S the Ki.hl'lMH above-itated' tinfendant d..- ATTURNEYH AND COUNSELLOS

4 CorresDondence'']Solicited. contains two acres o* ground geod Europe. state in the Union. therein named .. a nonre.it AT LAW

i; new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, "Our climate is a great asset.. Due j II "Our state is being settled with d.'iit, .(, ,Ihn Statiof Klorlila. and i Ih a. Prmctlcit In all the Court of the ........ and of

and all under good new fence. Fine tQ it, thousand of people come hereto I good citizens. According to the census r. .ItI. :nt tai of,' of Cr.-HKin.ftlnntana., (Countj itvr tti..of*. UK Klathcnft. "ft the Jolted Cummbuion.Hta'.,.and she the before Interstate the Florida Railroad -

location for small truck garden or make their homes.. The benefit of I of 1910! the rate of increase in w i-nt \ -on..karH It In thcrt-foro Comrnl llll'n. Cemroarc
ranch. This is fine the climate in the lives of iird.-r.-d I iliaC Hald tiiin-r., ttltlcut d.--
poultry a proposition extending our population was 42.2 per cent, being 11-11 CiiAkLKHToN ULIHI. ORLANDO
: ft-nilant 1 I.. PtA
I I\nfl) In htrilire J. I where one will have tAe free- worthy men and women ten fifteen oc,\ double the 21.1 per cent of the .iiii-nr| | to the lilll of. complaint filed In !14 1 7'
: Thompson dom of the country, yet close enoughto twenty years cannot} be estimated."I nation at large. 'Every} little move- Hald, < auH- (ill or hefoie tii.-: Rtli day of.lamiao.

enjoy all the advantages of the many of the Western. states, in 1 ment has a meaning all its own.' It .1 ; A. I > I'jl3. otherwlai' t lie' alleuailoiix ..JNUHE\'. JOHNSON

;. FUNERAL DIRECTORand I city such as splendid high school best particular, much attention is given to j I'' appears that people are beginning-tt> vonfeMHed. of ll\ Kiild Hlllll i l hill llervnilltllt will l I.o tnk-n an

markets, churches, etc. Price $1500. irrigation. Through its rivers and I know a good thing when they see it. II ,In further ordeied that thin orderhe ATTORNEY AND COUNSELI-OK AT LAW .
?J' 24-tf II. M. Breaker. & Co. lakes Florida is undoubtedly the best | There are fully thirty-five hundred pull]lI,11O'.1 "..c.' a week for four'44)cotiHocutlvc ) Will Practice in all Courts.
weeks In the KlimlminecValley '
i LICENSED EMBALMER \ watered state: in the Union. Artesian I mile of improved hard rOads in Florida imzi'tle a newKpupcr pulilloheilIn State and Federal

water be found in "! mild and I SIat.TI.IM Office .
Opposite Courthouse Modern Up to Dale Home may most portions Churches and schoolhouses are County adjoining Broadway
::7 : ; I of Florida. Irrigation be I lieL-i-mln r 4. J1t2! I Citizens Hank
No. 464.-$3500.- New modern can cheaply increasing. Illiteracy decreasing.. It II JOHNSTON, Kismmmee
S : KISSIMMEE. FL.OIUDA. I six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot done.However. irrigation is rarely "Florida is the most prosperous i.H'nll) Clerk Circuit Court -

and cold water electric lights, beauti- j I used. I state in the Union. Its population is :NIHIBW JOHNSON. Y. II. JENKINS' H. B. WOOUHAU

ful expensive mantels, new furniture, i I "Though not a corn producing state, more national than that of any other ll-4t.I Solicitor for Corn plainant.

nice rugs. House furnished complete in several counties in }Florida from !' state. All worthy people receive a J ENKINS & WOOUHAM

q ready for occupancy. Large lot, 8Iix: sixty to seventy bushels of corn per I' hearty welcome in Florida. So much In Court of County Judge. :State: of

I 147% feet on which is 20 full bear acre have been raised. A bale of good: could be said of Florida that, if
Tested and Proved Good ing orange trees. Located in three cotton to the acre is often I tried to tell it, it would take from Florida. County of Osceola. SURVEYORS

and a half blocks of the post office Florida raises fully onethird raised'l now until the last reverberating I In ri-eNtaa.. Vt,'n ry 1'. Oat,ton.Ni'e Kissimmee
: Freshness ae well as high-grade- quality.' on beautiful Verona street in the very the sea. island cotton produced echoes of Gabriel's horn." I. hi.rely. Ilv'n., tn .II .horn It m"y Florid'aMONEY
.o".r".lh.t..n i Illu lath Isv of 1.n.iiiry. A. J Ii.
Call for what you want in the best neighborhood. Call and let ISIS: I IIilhllI' .piy! t., the Hotmor.blu .
GROCERY.LINE us show you this beautiful horn -- - -- --- - -- i'arker.i ,.r h I .Ii'Ct'hlhlhr III: itflot.: :J,iolg,, :.r.ti: :
.
C""r'. hlti J ailgi ..f IIi.ii'* for a U".I d''us.ohftrg. .
Terms on part of purchase if desired. .. NN A.hlll"l.t,..In, lOr the .....'.'e nf lIenr
24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. T i4lhlitori. <1.1.' awl th.t at III. M1hl1041 BROKERNew
time I I I iirNI,I (0 i he ' in ft Ia i
4 TRAINS FROM
THE WEST 4 hlOUiIi.. 'r.I, :Aiininl.trator: I of d"i'lr;: : :. and York Syndicate wiU Finance

No. 464.-It certainly is exasperating a.k for Ibetr "proval: Kallroada., Water. Kluctrlc. Minh... TI..
tosee of W. I SICARR.tdmiiiistrator: Mr,. Irrliratlnc Bond., Stoclca, A e. SIOU.l.Nl ..
an opportunity making
) (*'. and up. F. Q. THOMASON.
big, quick money, and then not be I"nl.d July 21.) A I D 1912. : VIA
able to take hold of it. We can't -

buy all the good things we see, and we Notice: of A'lrnmmrator.ID \ .
are willing to pass the.m along to
our friends. Here's a sure one- ATLANTIC COAST LINE Court of the County Judite "tote of Plnrlila. w T T Tr-Tr rTr . .V.

113 acres all platted and ready for OBceola re c.tat County.In of J.. .K Oliver, fli...eaned. FIRST CtASSBARBERS
!sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- Notice .ui hereh y iriven. to Mil whom It may concern | *
ted within IVi miles of our passenger that on the J.ti( day of January A U. I'.ll.l. : :
depot on and in close proximity to I shall apply to the Honorable Ueo. F*. Parkrr. A. E. FORD >
Judge of aald Court aa Judge of Probate for
the best hard road in Osceola county.We final dlacharve aa adminliitrator of the _late of a 18 Broadway *>
are offering the tract in a bodyat "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited""South J.... 1''. Oliver. deeeaaod. and that at the aame I. CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. >

>> a very attractive price. No fur- time I of will aald pranent ray Anal account .. admlniatrrntor Under New Management >
eitate. and act for their approval.WILLIAM .
ther expense\necessary to place it 01 I U CASTKR. + *> . > . > .

the market in small tracts. See us. Atlantic Limited" Dat. 24-t.t. IL M. Breaker & Co. ;il I imo lime ,
& SON f
: DIBBLE
: .
_ :'\ )'ricE TO IIIKUITOKV.la LOUIS A. SEARSON
"Montgomery Route"Through
.
----a'-.;. Farm for Sale Caart at tar (ounlr Jadjre.
- Hlato of Florida. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT i
4 Located on good road, onequartermile !. re Kulalr of Oai-vola ('ou.C,..
Get the Habit from city limits good five-room "'. II. faiwr. KcrcaiM-d.
Pullman Cars from Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Louisville To all Creditor, ..... IXalrlbutrpa AUDITOR
Indianapolis
ceiled house
barn .C.o.
OF SMOKING A large new thirty ..d all .-....0.. .....I.1f Clalaa! t>( Ue-
REAL CIGAR"QSCEOLA acres land, twelve of which is cultivated Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. ...... ...I..C acid Uatatei Commercial and Municipal 1

sixty young orange and You. and each of you, are hereby Accomtlng
grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach notlnec and required to present any

trees, some plum and pear trees, one DINING CAR SERVICEFor either claims end demand. which against you. the or Incorporated Accountant of the t

L good family horse estate otolou.w"ayn: .. International
one buggy, onewagon de Accountant , :.t
two sets harness chickens ceased, late of Osceola County. Florida. .
fifty
Sold all stores who want further to the Society Detroit.
;
at ten head cattle and all tools information call on or write to undersigned executors of said
j tke best for their customers to cultivate place. A bargainat necessary W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent; Kissimmee. Fla., state hereof.Dated,. within two years from the date -
P. 0. In 377
j i, .. Look for Union Label. $2,500. Write us for terms. I November 12th. A. D. 1912. Mill Offla:
. J. G. KIRKLAND
Division Passenger Agent MATTIE U FARMER KISSIHMEE FU.
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36-tf H. M. ILLEMIIE
Breaker & Co. t
l' ----- ; I Tampa, Florida. 0. L. KIUBB8. Adminl.tratrlx. ,
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_ _ - Attorney. 47-8t

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'" :FRIDAY.' JANUARY 3, 1913 \ ',' THE: KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. .. : LPACE' 1j;. "

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: curious aggregation. 'The' blue blood as happen-.d in'the case of one of Mr.Clv .- ,.:'".

WHAT THE: :CHANGE .of, the border zone was represented v Iand's cabinet.Twentyeight ., ,. ' rJt \
in' Thomas F.' Bayard, Secretary of years ago, the headquarters -'
State; wHo, both for that reason and of malcontent was' the' lobby

MEANS TO, CAPITAL because as a senator of prominencehe of the old Willard's Hotel; and in, What Has the Past Yearw
\ had a certain aloofness the adjacent bar-room were always !
.from the crow' held himself a good I assembled a select body of critic.

'- deal apart.' Moreover a domestic bereavement 'known as "the judges, the colonels,
which shadowed the early and' the major," because every red' Accomplished For' You? J

20: YEARS, SINCE LAST stages. of,his cabinet career set;a natural nosed, brother among them .called ;:;;
limit to his activities In a social very other red-nosebrother by a ,

I 't way. Daniel 'Manning, Secretary of title and insisted on being: called by TAKE'YOUR PENCIL AND FIGURE,OUT, JUST WHAT
accounted rich for one himself. These worthies, wholived ,
the Treasury was
WILSON WILL FIND FEW RELICS
Washington life the traditions of a nobody knew how or where YOU HAVE USED :YOUR YEAR'S INCOME FOR.

OF CLEVELAND'S TIME WHEN I Ii. party leader at Albany, then perhapsthe spent sixteen hours* out of every I

,HE IS "INAUGURATED' ONMARCH most sophisticated political cen-, twenty-four ''on settees and chairs !HAVE, YOU A.SURPLU ON HAND NO! THEN .

J ter' In the United States.- 'rhe aristocracy close ,to the bar"so,, as,to:,be at.hand : r
FOURTH, '1913.' of New England 'was repre- when anyisodahly( disposed stranger CHANGE YOUR SYSTEM I 1 RESOLVE NOW TO. ,

sented in William,C. Endicott, Secre- dropped in and .wanted somebody to '
I
tary of War, who ,was ,an incomprehensible chat and drink with him. The inquiry, .BEGIN THEJJEW YEAR WITH: ..:A BANKACCOUNT , ; r ,:

Elsewhere than In Washington a puzzle to most of the Democratic 'Won't, you have something addressed r .
'
,change of Presidents_attracta: comparatively -,! *host that poured into'Washing. to any one of the group, always AND START-OUT BY KEEPING'. A' :,1

little attention,, says the ton to witness their party'arenais grew.an Instant affirmative re- ,

'Washington carrespondent of the I.sance. That he should aspire-to,run eponse..from all in..chorus- .. 'JI' ,''':::\\ii,
New'York'Evening.post. The newspapers : his department aa a military rather as the visitor had a dollar to spend t
,
overflow for a day or two than a political proposition filled them on liquids he was welcome to the political \ -- ;

with descriptions of the Inauguration t with dire misgivings of the President's philosophy and personal gossip t CHECKRecord \
ceremonies, and here and there a postmaster judgment of, men. of the whole body, whose attitude toward u -- :
turns oVer his office to some the new Administration was invariable "
"This Yankee's no better than a r'
6ne in closer sympathy with the incoming they lamented, as they hostile} regardless of what its I' o ,
Republican, .
administration, but the ordi- their heads over his eccen- politics might be, and who could reel .
tjary: citizen goes about his business tricities.wagged '. off confidential tales by the hour, of Record of what you spend. The mosi satisfactory way ',!
'
jas usual and even has to correct him- I' Curtius Lamar Secttftary wicked things that were going jon urn
Lucius Quintus '
*">belf occasionally because he has alluded of tfie Interior-iwae'1sti idealist der cover, flavored with invidious comparisons ' to do business,pay accounts and invariably lave money

to "President A" after President -' liable at time of thepresent with the past. ',
and dreamer
B has taken the chief seat of to walk a home bare-headed, any unless a Now, a modern hostelry stands on the for the year is to keep an account with a good reliable W
old site professional "bouncers" long' I
authority.At I ;
after him with his hat.
the capital however, the case messenger would shock ran Mrs. Grundy- by ago disposed of the' judges, the col- bank. Start now and keep trace of
He appearing -
Mere onels and the and Mr. Wilson ;
is different. the President in the street with an applein majors;
.
counts for something in his individ- domestic and official, in a capital City
and it he walked :
his hand eating as -
ual capacity, for he ia looked upon as along in conversation with a friend. will set up his household gods, both THE NEW: YEAR'S
the social as well as the political headof Too high-minded himself to do a mean well cleansed of such centers of scan- I

the nation. Hats are doffed when else dal-infection. ,
thing, he never suspected anyone .
he passes in the street. Everybodyrises of being less honorable, and was not Changed Social Conditions.
when he enters a room. An invitation -
infrequently betrayed by men unworthy Since Mr. Cleveland's first advent, EARNINGS. I" ,
top private function at the of his confidence, to whom he moreover, society in Washington'' has ,
White House has among the initiatethe information. what I
advance almost
gave undergone an complete meta- >
President force dines of a out command., he sits at If the the I was about to happen in before the more him private for' morphosis. Then, the "governmentset" No matter how small your account may be it will be .
matters pending led but
head of his host's table, and ladiesof practically everything; and .
I decision. now, with the constant inflow that appreciated. you will receive the most courteous at-
all and ranks the
including
ages The Attorney General, Augustus It. has been going on during the last 24 I .
: :
members of his family aside to' tention.
step
hailed from Arkansas wherehe
Garland, years, of interesting people who find
let him go through a door ahead of I .was known as the "Sage of Hom- pleasure in the beauty of the town, :

them. These and many cognate dignities office- 7 111 Hill;" and as a senator he had its mild climate and its pleasant at- We extend every courtesy to our customers consistent I 9 ;
of course, appertain to the .
acquired a reputation for raising con- mosphere in other respects, a society
rather,than to the.man; but in a com- item of with prudent banking., We located '
the
stitutional quibbles on every wholly independent of officialdom exists are on southeast i
munity where they are a standard
appropriation or forward legislation to which the politically eminentare
part of the alphabet of general in- which would be likely to prpvoke criticism welcome only on their merits Corner Broadway and Darlington Avenue t tT ta
tercourse, a certain importance at- I his neighbors in the
among The White House still holds its nomi-
taches to the who and what'
question i Ozark country. Mr. Garland was the nal place at the head of affairs, but
of is he to whom they -
manner person style of statesman who takes pride in can put an effective cachet on noth- IN,
are to be rendered. I, never having; worn, and never intend- ing and nobody not otherwise well

The Washington View. I! ing to wear the regulation evening equipped. ...

When any party has hell the reins costume, because democratic simplicity There is observable a general sense I n

of power for a long series of years, I:' forbade such effiminate distinc i of satisfaction that the President-elect Citizens Bank $1
Washington falls into the<< habit of regarding tions in attire. This characterizationis is the sort of man who.will draw '

it in much the<< same light I enough to throw a pretty clear side about him, by a process of natural .

with the procession of the esasons-cr ,,, light on his whole manner of life. He preference and affiliation, a class of

the alteration of the tides-as some '' exemplified one extremity of a scale, associates who will revive the ,best of Kissimmee-
thing varying slightly in- -its--pbe-j whioh at the--otlVer exleemiby-bkom- traditions of the flnu -old -mansion.- It- - _u' -----

nomena, but in bubxtance fixed and un-1 II ed in the person of William C. Whitney is everywhere hoped that he will have

changeable. A partisan oveturn at Secretary of the Navy. the wisdom to avoijl'the snares of

the polls, therefore, gives the city a !I Started Washington. novelty-seeking into which Mr. Taft
bit of a shock, even though all the' Whitney fell, in changing everything about
conditions may have led outsiders ': Washington was in those days so the place, from the experienced usherat

generally to expect it; for to the I simple a burgh that it was fairly his door to the mode of hand f -
Washington mind It means that very- I startled out by its self-possession by the crowds at his public functions. If DIRECTORS ,

thing will have to be readjusted to I Mr. Whitney's lavishness. In the political he will take time to get warm in his Arthur E Donedan ARTHUR 'DONEGAN, President

fit the new order of affairs. Mr. Wil- circle, it had for many years seat and look fully about him be e H. M. J>F ANN, let Vlce.Presldt'nt W t A 1. Srn"fh,

son's advent is bound to cause not a been given to the harmless recreation fore making the first move in his c. W. DANN, 2nd Vice-President I '

little commotion, though this will be I of daylight receptions.. The President housecleaning, he will save a great A. W. WINN L. H. COnOON

as nothing compared with what hap- : held a brief public handshakinglevee deal of time for more important thinsat Presidefti t F. W.IIILL C. D. CARROLL C ashiers ago

pened when Mr. Cleveland came in; every day at noon; the mis- the outset, and not a little chagrin Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys. i, '
of the White House threw open he discovers the mistakes
/I. for the Democratic party had then stress later when
I been for twenty-eight years unable its parlors regularly on Saturday afternoons which the weilder of the new broomis

,rp to elect-or at any rate, to inaugurate to whoever cared to come,, bound to make in a too-hasty' pro- .
, I and the members of the Cabinet set of renovation.
i -a President, and in the meantime a week for gram ___ u __ _. ____ __ ,
few hours once a ------ -
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Civil War had wrought ..
changes in the structure of the republic a like purpose. No refreshments were. abroad to study European methodsof securing the co-operation? of the State it has been to those' who have lookedon
of the people. I served 01 expected on such occasions.But agricultural finance. That this Department to this
and in the outlook plan. from the outside, wondering at the
Perhaps the first visible effect of Mr. 'WhItney struck a new pace [ONEPHEW' body can learn a great deal, especially The work of the Southern Commercial absolute genius of their recovery from

the transfer of the government was in all this business. A heavy-laden in France, as to how to aid the farmer Congress for the industrial edu- conditions which would have' causeda

the sudden flooding fo the city with refreshment table loomed large at the with loans, coming' direct from the cational, and commercial developmentof less-reliant people to despair.

strangers from a long distance, mostly II Wednesday gatherings at his house,, government, until his crop-is gathered, the South, is, becoming more recognized "The industrial development in the
of the raw and rustic type, who and Tom, Dick Harry, and all their (By Minnie Moore Willson.) and at a ridiculously low rate of inter- and the time is not far when South defies adequate description.

contrasted queerly with the rather friends, for the most part total lined stran-his With the passing of the Seminole est, we have elucidated in these columns the "new" South will be one of the Fortunes vanished in a night, the best .4 ,
background against gers to him and his family demandfor before. leading factors of the industries and
cosmopolitan Indian comes the insistent men of the South dead on the field of
which they were projected. These dining room three deepemptying his story and with such a studyone The next convention is to take placeat manufacturing interests of the nation. battle and dead with honor,its 'civil

were Democrats of the class who can plate if it after pork plate and of savory beans, terrapin and drink.as. finds a mass of picturesque and' Mobile September, ,J9I3,' at, the Washington Herald. , ization gone, its labor system destroy
were
still be found in remote communities after glass.of champagnewith legendary life of intensest interest. time when the Panama canal is ed, its affairs administered by strangers .
trying to vote for Gen. Jackson every ing glass Recently a western Indian has been supposed and aliens, there appeared>be
four years. Not a few wore beardsof the freedom of water.of Washingtonsome operating Florida, and claiming to to be ,ready for business. Be- no prospect of a revival of its indus

uncommon length and scragginess It took time the people used to all the new be a nephew of the great Seminole tween now and that meeting it is I FLORIDA} tries. Ten times richer now, in all
because true to an imprudent or unco- to and get before these became chieftain, Osceola. As this Indian planned to make a study of the rela- the material things which go to makea r

loyal vow, they had not shaved since ,, conditions familiar, underwent several first claimed to be a full blooded tion of the South and the United people great and powerful, and richer i
Buchanan went out, and were proudto entirely they Mr. Cleveland Sioux, he can in no way claim kin- States to the Panama canal, the Latin- because it lost nothing of heart or ,I

bear with them these mute wit- modifications. and with Florida's, heroic chief, but American republics, and the com- hope, the South is now the richest and /,
cherished large hearty "Florida is the fairest State in the
nesses to their faithfulness. Others I a traditions very such. When with the denial for the honor for the merce of the, world. It is intended to sisterhood of Commonwealths fairest land in all this great country, rr
for as great
from Gulf state.plantations, were con- contempt became Seminole warrior, an interesting bit have our little sister republics get American and is growing richer and more self-
a the Union
spicuous for their long hair, rolling the noon and handshakings interfered with of history i is in order, which is herein into direct touch with the Southern State comprising in than ; a dependent every day and year. The :
more larger east of
area
down on the collars of overcoats which nuisance he cut down their condensed from authentic records, and Congress in the study of commerce the river any greater part of this work of true reconstruction ;1
protected theic ankles, the pattern of important matters, is as follows: conditions and to be represented at Mississippi save one; a State has been done by the '
When Mrs. Clevelandcame than
having seacoast Statein
185960. Western-gray sombrerosand frequency. bride In the early part of the Seminolewar I the Mobile convention. Work done more' any people of the South themselves, and
to the White House as a the Republic: a State filled .with 9t
Southern black slouch hats pep the United States troops cap- in foreign countries will be elucidated and this can be said and is said without
she drew the lines a little closer on great rivers lakes State rich '
everything on the eyeline in the who from read by their *ntaI ; a of the noble ., '
pered her also, and the Saturday after- tured a little Indian boy, was papers repres in beds of phosphate opulent in timber disparagement work fits
part
streets. On the bootblacks'! stands taken Englishman by the tives. ; sympathizers but is said because '
free-for-alls faded by an name I and naval ; ?
and
gradually stores soil which
appeared rows of boots with high out.noon Cabinet Day remained, and still of Dr. Welsh, then residing in Jack- There is another feature of the progress lavishly responds to ,the friendly a touchof it ought, *o be said, in juatica to a

legs, worn, on ordinary occasions, un- survives but Mrs. Endicott set the sonville. A short time after the and activity of the Southern the State struggling and triumphant people 'of ;
der the trousers. Loose collars and"string" ; the child Congress. As Washington is the cen- 'husbandmani.a; posses- York
I the doctor learned that was a our own country.-New Times.
of returning purely complimentary climate which for its
fashion ing a health-
ties were the rule, and shirt nephew of Osceola-the child's mother ter of tourist travel in this country,
forth, like the visits of strangers by a it is have the LatinAmerican giving and youth-preserving qualities
blossomed to
bosoms proposed -
sister of chief.
for multitude, card at the hands of her footman instead being a the is unexcelled in the world; a State The man who constantly finds fault
white flowers of spring call which had The conduct of the little Osceola, republics have there permanent which at the boarding house table has
of of the personal has aptly been termed the win- soon
either betweep the lapels exhibits of their products, togetherwith
exposed captured the heart of Dr. Welsh and real for
been the practice before. ter garden of America' a State where cause complaint.
waistcoats of by the unbuttoning harts and literature ;
low-cut he him maps, under \
finally adopted by authorityof
of Mr. Cleve-
above Prior to the advent the choicest of tropical fruits and the
of all outer garments the auspices of the Southern Con-
the Dr. Welsh
war department. .
land, from time immemorial, the rarest of Mowers ripen and bloom the ,
with the exhibits of the
the hip-line. at the retired on an estate at the mouth of gress, .along
of the enclosed grounds round in the
gates year field a State
Visitors Simple-Minded Folk. of the White House had been the St. Johns ,river and there taughtthe sixteen States of our own South. The I where open ;
breeze
rear Southern has succeeded in every freezing is la>J>n
Most of these visitors from a dis- left open during the day-time, for the young Seminole many accomplishments. Congress with the ozone ef the pine, the delic- BANKERS andBUSINESS j

tance were simple-minded folk, with convenience of passers to and fro be- Later Dr. Welsh returned toEngland --.-.-- ious fragrance of the orange blossom,

primitive notions of governmental tween the state, war, and navy build- accompanied by young Os- i i i a State where the man from Maine
methods. Mr. Clevelandwas their ing and the treasury; but in due ceola where he wrote and published a I and the man from Georgia, the man HOUSES

President, and they could see no sea- course something annoying happened, book entitled "Osceola Mikkanoochee, : from Massachusetts and the man from .
I
Bon why he should not do as he liked, for which he found the most radical Prince of Econchattimico, which re- South Carolina meet,-clasp hands and I

and hand them out anything they remedy for easiest to apply, and pro- lated to his adopted 'son, his capture, Desirable Ten are made to know that they are of one I

hankered for, from a flat office to a ceeded to assert the privacy of.the and events in" the life of the chief blood with one flag, one country and RUBBER STAMPS'

quid of tobacco. Their home weeklies grounds by having the gates locked. Osceola.It one destiny; a State where the bright

had regaled them with pcituresque acM Thus, little by little, a complete revolution is regarded that the portrait ar- sunshine of prosperous and happy!: day
'lI) counts of the riotous wallow of the in such minor matters was affected tist, Catlin, painted young Osceola's gradually melts into the soft and mel I

Republicans for so many years in, luxuries every detail assuming exag- portrait and two years later while and Twenty low moonlight, whiwle the Southern .. and STENCILS ::1

provided by'the downtrodden gerated proportions in the eyes of traveling in England met Dr. Welsh song bird with richest melody, includes ',:<',

taxpayers; now it was their turn to Washington for the moment by con- and his young charge frequently and quiet and peaceful scleep."In Are now manufactured in Tam. 4 i i"
themselves. trast with the established habits of a reported the !great: pains that was addition to this environmentyou
enjoy It did not take them long to make whole generation. But the new order being taken with the little Qsceola's Arce TractsFor meet here an American citizen- pa and we can FILL YOUR OR- .;

up their minds that this lawyerGovernor presently usurped the place of the old, education.It ship unsurpassed for patriotic love of DERS the SAME DAY they are :"'

from up in York State was a and became equally well settled. would be of intensest interest to country throughout the broad domainof received ,. ,_

frigid sort of fellow, because he Will Find. know what became of this kinsmanof I our beloved Republic. Every 1
housed himself so closely and his wel- What Wilson FloridaV most widely known hero. I Trucking and Fruit Grow American Commonwealth has con- We make DATING STAMPS P'.

come was not of the homely hospitablekind President Wilson will find so few Another Interesting point in Osce- tributed to the citizenship of Florida; TIME STAMPS, SELF INKERS, ,
relics of by one administration!! left ola's history is learned from an edu- ing. Our land extends from
to which they were accustomed every shade of political and religious all kinds of DATES, BAGGAGE 'i
which he will wish to change that his cated leader of the western Seminolesin
elected belief
visited newly is represented here
when 'they a incoming will not make the stir that Indian Territory is that Osceola city limits nearly to Orlando. and butb over CHECKS, SEALS and SEAL t
sheriff at home. They were not above all, you will find ,
I.pressed to stay to supper at the White President Cleveland's did. Even the declared that, not a- drop of foreign Terms: $2 per acre cash and $2 catholic, patriotic loVe of country PRESSES. \ {
: catalogue of offices in his gift has blood flowed in his
House sent around with somebodyto veins. His mother which concentrates in sacred honor
or
see the sights. One who had come been trimmed down to such*an extent was a Creek of the pure blood, a per acre monthly. every Floridian to the defense of the INNER TUBES ; ,1

for consulate and had spent what that he can take the insolvent's oathat daughter of a chief, who married an -- flag, the preservation of the Constitu-
a .
an early date, if it is needed to rid Englishman long after he was born. Write for Booklet. tion and the
seemed to him a small fortune on car creditors.The perpetuity of the Repub- snd CASINGS 'J
of party
fares ,to reach Washington, and was him importunate lic.-Congressman Frank Clark in an ,
paying $4 or $5 a day for a cot and mass of our people, even in the Revivifying the South. address at Convention of Mississippito
background, have been trained in the REPAIRED!: and VULCANIZED.Send trfk
in crowded hotel, felt ag- Atlantic Waterways Association.
meals when a Mr. Cleveland did not interval to ,a. better understanding of The Southern Commercial Congress, McKOYLand Me Your Tires. We pay :i
gricven its functions and its which does so much, for the advance- '
the presidency,
The both .
introduction Transportation charges
present him at their,first : Prosperous South. ways.Balbin
limitations. No matter whom he appoints ,ment of the interests of the new i
with a commission and a steamshippasa South has been successful in '"No with eyes 11: :
as the head of any department, having one Jo see and headto
to Timbuctoo, but film through file his'a it is improbable that a campaign added to the Democratic national plat- understand will aaynhat the Southis TIRE AND'

clerical underling', bade marching club from the appointee'sown form a plank advocating co-operation Company not more prosperous than ever be- VULCANIZING' .

papers, at the State"taken Department for, town will come to Washington for of agricultural finance and vocational I fore in its history; but some credit ., !,
be
would up"
where they in their: regular order. the purpose of having themselves education. The same association hasa Mach Building. should be given to the people! pf the 710' Tampa 'Street* .. ." ,.k
consideration .0 v"r
photographed on' the steps of the department committee on agricultural finance, South for working unt their own.salva' ? ;"r : ti

Cleveland's First Cabinet. building as a warning of which will assist in securing the national ,KISSIMMEE, FLA. tion, and in a way that has been almost TAMPA FLORID'ACo. .

l The flat Cleveland cabinet was a their intention,to take possession soon, commission that next spring will ,, as surprising to themselves asir ,2-1"

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1 'AGE. 1 Z. y ., THE KfSSIMMEE; VALLEY GAZETTE. ,. FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 19t,3 ; ., '

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::!i'fi' ,xxxxxxxxxxx! ! ! ; ! .Y1 Y1' ffi !Hi}Hi Hi Hi Hi !fi !W!Hi Hi Hi Hi HiM Hi Hi Hi H Ii '''The Real Attraction. in I' ,'11
[ It was during the street fair aj .
,
r JI Georgia town. I j
!: The star attraction was, a big horse Classified Advertisements
IiH' with ,five legs. It cost, a dime, .to see !1'1
: C., STANFORD" COMPANY I;n him "
\ :Ii A' maA with fifteen children stopped Advertl.eseato are Mrtd ..4r Skis head at the rate if Mf

.!Ii' outs de. The barker urged him . Ve .. Fee Each !._.* ..'
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"** I' to buy a t eke-t.- -- ._ ___ '. . . . . . . .
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,.Ii children"I can't" afford. -it. I've got fifteen t, . . . . : ,' -'- .-. 5f

f Ji "What's that," gasped the astonish-"I FOR SALE. f I WANTED., ... .
-- - -
y ed showman. "Are all these children -----0:
i yours?" I'I FOR SALE-Fullblood R I. Reds" + + + + 44444e..4 .
1 t Men's Outfitters !n "Yes,.sir; 'everyone.*'" 1 i eggs for hatching, .15 for $1.50. C. o --',. .

I; "Wait a minute," yelled'lhe barker H. Blanchalne.. Co Wanted!!, -correspond with* '
hp !fi. to the father of fifteen. "You stand < parties interested in Florida 4..
n right there-I want to bring the horse'| FOll SALE OR KENT-Commodious < lands. J Improved or unimproved.: OLI

DRY I I i out to see youl"'I! j jy1 i family residence, wide vf.'randas,1 Co Oranges growing on improved ,<00,'
I GOODS NOTIONS AND SHOES with outbuildings, fllowing well; GO '
I IFi Ithat's 1 4> and all other suited to citrus..v:;
Even if be well seasoned
a man acres of land, portion under cultivation 4' fruit and vegetables. Pine land .
i no excuse for 'his being pepI!I at Hammock Glove, Kis- < or hammock, prairie or muck, In *

Hi K!; ,pery. !, simmee, Fla. Apply to A. K large or small tracts. Prices 'r
JITHi A The man who depends entirely upon Drought. 2-tf 4'and terms right. Near new railroad .I
Specialty of Ready-to-Wear ,Goods SI I his'own judgment is sadly lacking in | FOR SALE-Two bedsteads and mattresses I > and in new country. Write }3
( IR good judgment. will sell '> Jas. A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla. Itf*
used but 6 months
;
Yi .I I A Philadelphia man has sought the 4fi444'40 j
!H I, cheap. 901 .Mabbett st. 2-2t-pd
I divorce court because his wife smokes . ,444444444MISCELLANEOUS.
n i SEE US BEFORE BUYING H fi I ten cigars a day. All his happiness )I FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valuable I"
in smoke-New! York Sun.
H gone up .
property in the heart of Kissimmee -
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!HiHi H 5 ----- I, now paying about 14 per cent.
: WADE, the tuner Orlando.
on the above amount. Enhancingin ,
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r F* r I I1 Ix value every day. H. M. Breaker ".
1 JR &: Co. 39tf MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co.,
\1 and will drink of the best
ittf ---------- we get a
I, FOR SALE-Four good mules. J. W. soda water made. Sltf

H. C. STANFORD COMPANY .I Miller. Itf. --- -
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i'I I STEP
n si I ? FOR SALE-One :Jfi! ; $75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at groves, colonization sites, and

Hi !Hi!Hi !Hi Hi HI !Hi !Hi !Hi Hi Hi w !Hi Hi H; Hi Hi Hi Hi H; 31 Hi Hi HI Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi !Hi Hi Hi HiHi Hi Hi Hi Hi x {BY Vans JfiO.OO..Agnew.Both in good shape.49-tf F. just trucking issued.land.Frank Send II. Davis for ,booklet Apopka -


. . 'i FOR-SALE- -Seventy-live acres high Fla. 50-7tp i'
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I Step ; class land. Ten dollars
pine per
of my recommendations, and that needed. these is l ORDER YOUR trees at once from
some are Among a
land, inferior, now
MAYOR WORKS FOR I of them have been put into effect. park of sufficient size to accommodate acre. Adjoining GritTing Bros..W. H. Brokaw sale. :.
lid
selling at twenty per acre No. 1 State Bank Build
Among them was the ordinance and man, room ,
large
regu a growing population and
miles from railroad. No agents
j
2a lating traffic, and the beautifying of a city hall and jail, and there is room I Box 431, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf | ing. .___ 40tf
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FULL the parks and the extensions of for .
PROGRAM the
more improvements on our streets -
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LOOK LOOKS'!-Old mirrors re- ilered -
Walks in some parts of the city. The as they need to be leveled and smoothed I FOR SALE--At a bargain; ::11! ; reinforced I \ and made as good as new;
arrangements have been made and and crossings built. All of this I We have gained the confidence of our cement fence posts and :!r.o) I i new ones! made to order; all work
contract let for the digging of the will taku-time and I hope the close of ,' patrons until we have a very fine collection cypress fence posts A. B. Jarrell, guaranteed; write or call, J. R. I
WHAT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED i canal which will be of incalculable '1 another year will see some of the of choice farms, select homes, At Kissimmee Drug ('6. I Powell, Box 4t(>, Kissimmee, Fla.
benefit to the city, both for drainage things we have hoped for come to I vacant lots, acreage and orangegroves SAL'E--'fhrt'l" ;;,1lt.HOMKSEEKERS.
I II FOR : good work horsesin
and health. When this canal is com pass. from which those of
pleted 1 believe all of the western sec "A wise, economical administration I(' means, moderate means and ample good healthy condition. Apply h i : ; : ; : ATTENTION-
,4 INAUGURAL MESSAGE OF THE tion of the city will grow and improve the ('omingy"lIr will mean much to I' limited means may purchase very very to Dann) & Dann, irocers. Kis- | Send for neat, illustrated booklet
Sltf
in appearance and value. This u* and I believe we can trust our satisfactorily. (Call at the Elite Real- simmee, Fla. just issued, descriptive of Apopka
MAYOR IS REFERRED TO. drainage will. in my opinion, do more people to put men in office who will I Parlor
I ty Lakeview Cottage, No. (;iOSJVnfield I FOR SALEh: p. International and adjacent country. Apopka
LIST OF THINGS IONE.iq to develop the gardens and truck manage our affairs! in this way." ave., S. Kissimmee and be Harvester gasoline engine, in good Board of Trade, Apopka, Orange
farms
i I around Kissimmee than any- I convinced of the truth of our state running order. Will sell at a sacrifice I; County, Florida. 52-4tpd
thing else, and in this particular will ments.i .
Upon assuming office Mayor Bryan I be much money value to the com- DIXIE; THEATER. i I I| if taken at once. Apply at ,I -
II Gazette office. :37tf I IFfllt FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for
sent a message to Council in which I I munity. Tho'-e who attended theDixie I| ., .. ., .A
he recommended the following: "There are some of my recommendations Theatei )last Friday afternoon and i < )i SALESeasoned; /grapefruit( ,' anyimn I! under useiui.cultivation.ut-ttui.ii AVMIICtract Waterfront

Extension of sidewalks. I that a-s yet have not been evening more" than got their money'1' Mrs. Mary Summers trees, two years old (food condition." ] HI o) mils from railroad station -
The building of a city dock. I put in effect. One of these is a city i worth. The double reel I dramas werei J.'i; cents. Henry W Smith Wuu One mile to good town.Spll'j(1 .
---- Exlen5ion bf" big Urtch" To" provide clock This I hplTovttr! : bp one -of -thr-)i high "la'lnd- intensely interesting, to LAKEVIEW hula, Kla., ,nurseries on KivsimmecFAWN : Value
- COTTAGE )( )( fibbing.' $750. Also
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t the zuoTogida1jier7en
drainage. most needs that I scenes t.r }i .
proper urgent we have, and ; weng'P - --f"! '<-- _
Recreation park. 1 believe that the Council, who I of :New.: Vorks aniniaK, bi'dst'tt", ., were 1 fi8(! Penfield '\e.. Near Clyde. __ __ _ _ ___ n 1'It'ttM.f1tfl'lH.C Oregon, V C. MiR.xa.S Severance, and
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More trees and shrubs for streets I are a live progressive set of business. more natural and so managed by their I INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS) : I j I i-2t 1 : Taft Fla.
and public grounds.A ,iL n, will in the near future find sum.' keepers' that one could see them to a and drakes for sale. White egg variety
traffic ordinance. way to give the city a good substantial I better advantage than any circus the $1.00 each. C. H. Funk, KisMmmee IC; 11,111'C;: C 11'1'0 I'UNITIES ariseI
1% A. prohibitive license on circuses and I dock. writer, ever witnessed. The eighteenfoot i Fla. r.llf I I ...
tune
I >l1I to time to acquire valuable -
': giraffe caused much
especially I -
tl street An ordinance shows. regulating the "There"Our finances are in good! shape. amusement to the audience! in his, effort I YOU NEED I FOR SALE-New Mullms: I're"edsteel I 'II lot-- mid t tracts in the growing;
purchase is less than a thousand dollars city of St. Cloud,, at bargain prices.
launch, also ,secondhand
reach his
r and sale of gasoline. to food from the j cheap; ,
outstanding warrants and our taxes I ground, since his Cadillac, automobile. C. Address A. E. I Drought, St. Cloud,
A curfew ordinance. forelegs werelonger I
fl are just beginning to be collected. It (Our Brick Catalogue, if you are W'I I Fla. 2-tf
than his Ward.
2r neck. child :!
The Mayor has had the satisfactionof Every .
looks to if ''
me as rate' -
city build. -
our tax going to We handll'ev'y I ------ -
seeing several of his recommen- can be lowered at least one third in should see this reel. The writer | I LOSTSmall black hand bag, containing .
dations adopted. The extension of another year. I.i >uld not have missed it for CO cents. j kind of Brick, large or i small sum of writing
i moneY'
sidewalks is accomplished, and the "Our fire department is in good' The Dixie shows up good, clean pictures small lots. Shipments any. FOR RENT. I paper and card! (containing <
town today presents a vastly improved shape and has demonstrated its effectiveness -I' and is steadily going ahead I where. | name of .J, E. Harris. Return to t',
the Kissimmee of Good wishes to them for the coming I DWELLINGS for rent, to
opply
T appearance: over It is one of our best assets M'I j this office.. It-pd
I
a year ago. ysar. ONE WHO WAS THERE. | (GET; ; OUR PRICES( i J Tiller. '
FIRSTAND
I we have had. There has been ,, . - - -- -
The mayor's second recommenda- (fire loss of any consequence during ] : ) SAVE :MONEY.:.: : -- - -' HAVE/ : YOU BOUGHT) ; land in Florida -
I, tion, which wag probably the most important the year just gone. i Mme. de Thebes, The Parisian I FOR all RENT-Two modern flats with on monthly payments Is your
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of any, has failed to get they I j "The water and light plant which' prophetess, who is said to be con the city conveniences. Apply at' contract for sale Write full particulars -
Gazette office.
determined interest from Council is' owned by the city is more than i sulted by many prominent Frenchmen :20-tf I to Box I Hi Hi, Pittsburgh, ;
) its importance deserves. A municipal -J'I (self sustaining and ranks with any I anxious to obtain a glimpse of the A. C. Conyers -- - I'a. 2-lt
dock is the great need of, the town in its efficiency. { future, has predicted, among other FOR RENT OR SALE Two'I ti -the lake is its greatest asset, and "The health of the city has been' things, that the Prince of Wales will store building on Brack St., North Substitution of. paint for hosiery
without an adequate dock, with they fine No sickness of any consequence :' 'resign. If its a Brick I have it Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf makes a description of the suffragette

necessary facilities, tha lake will\) never and I believe we can safely claim to be I'> j ,march JoAlbany read more like theplot ..
4i be realized upon as an available asset. the healthiest city in Florida. Of I Good ch"'eer in the 'family 'circle II Dural Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla., FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat, of a musical comedy than a polit- y;
r The mayor recommended the the course there are many more things I 11 I nourishes ease. with all city conveniences. Apply ical demonstration. -* Washington
4 extension of the big ditch. Councildid 2-4t:.! pd. to W. B: Harris, Gazette office tf Star.

better,' and has let for .. .. _ __ _ ___ i iI
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and preliminary work has begun on --, -- . f
the project this week.

( J.\, The Mayor recommended a recreation r

(F o park, but nothing has been done I
toward securing grounds for such a '.
park. This, too, is a great need, and
', Council should take steps to secure
a1 ( grounds, not only for a park but for I \
,i 1 city buildings. This should be done I II
before property reaches such a price
*, 1 as to make it burdensome. to the tax ,I CIAL

payers to secure what the city actually ,
needs in this respect
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, The mayor wants more trees and II
shrubs for the streets: am! public I
grounds. lie hasn't got them yet. I
The mayor recommended a traffic tI t
rrh"n' ordinance, and Council passed the I I

_1' measure.The mayor recommended a pro- Ii i{

n, } hibitjyc. license on circus and street '

ordinance shows, and Council imposed, l it.. I QUEENSWAFWe. E CROCKERY_ I.I I.


sale of gasoline. Nothing has been i .
r done to carry out his recommenda' I .
I
tion. It is a /good one and should have I

attention.The mayor' wanted a curfew law. are goingCROCKERY to discontinue line I

He wants it now more than aver, and | our of
thinks it should be extended to adult i ,
_ as well as persons under age. |

Mayor Bryan says he will attempt \ AND :
to see his program carried out before'' QUEENSWARE
,.}, the end of his term. He believe that
all of his recommendation were good


';r'' I and Reviewing Mayor should Bryan be his acted Reti administration upon.m 1'roure-i.K.for , .: From this datREGARI;e this line will be on sale


the past year, Mayor Bryan said. I
r "I am particularly pleased with' the
progress and improvements of our DLESS OF COST
a!. :r city. The close of the year l finds several '

miles of substantial brick paved ,, ,
4 -.' street and .
many miles of (concrete'
n, walks, adding to the appearance of I .
the city and comfort of the people and! I '

,< enhancing the value of the property :


p.4 ; business brick thousands blocks section of have,dollars.and been buildings Also built! of several in good/: th- ,' We Mean Just What We Say | Dint miss this opportunity to buy it:


: appearance and expensively and rubs _! at your own price. DISHES
ntially built,, have been erected. ,
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a h Our need for more business houses
y- has been supplied, and these are occupied
r's by lire hustling business men.
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houses"Hundred have been of comfortable built and a dwelling number/:'

u I are being built. All of these houses'" I
are occupied by good citizens, andtbere'Lla W.' B.

4; t h uaerx;; plenty of demand for more MAK INSON COMPANY I J

.'- :.*sJ'"Irt I the beginning of my administra- I

y'j' /!", o recommendations looking to the : .
betterment of the city from my viewpoint f'
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