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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00577
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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It RETAIL MERCHANTS I office 1s'betabliahedla J will B ieimmoe' "'\1 :poet: 1 ADVERTISING COM i GOLF ,.dent of" ''the, MissUsanffa- 1t ,Golf Club' f : r.T' ...,

now people, but they need will] It need-they'it more needIt [ AND COUNTRY Toronto. This 'club'1'has,.,:* metnbeiv ROAD ;.G NOftiHS: :
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FORM ASSOCIATION i then. The, fraternal orders heed it, TO REPORT TONIGHT .CLUB ORGANIZED ship$75,000 of, and 8&0 "and it,.is,.actpb only ten'years hotse1'worth. : old. "

I and the courthouse: officials. need The full list" of officers t comprises ,:JlINpt!! i I S, if
it; the bankers need'It, and the brok. : ,
-' the foltewtflFTi 'J *&,,? !#IZ : t "
: ere need r
STRONG ; it. The. young lady With ( ,

PROTECTIVE,FEATURE her calling needs it list and"needs)t, the laundryman :,' SPECIAL,-MEETING ',OF BOARD, '; "HAMILTON THE PRESIDENT., -president-President W.,', .L.L.
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treasurer, Lewis.O'B1'7an ,captain -
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WILL ESTABLISH. CREDIT INFOR. It was with the idea of 'supplyingthis NEW MEMBERS' OF BOARD OF .WILL1 BE REPRESENTED; .AT THE mittee'' composed of Col. J.: Hamilton com- ;, COMPANIES:ARE'NOT' ENCOURAGING : 1
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NATION BUREAU TO AVOID need that C. F..Johnson appeared MEETING"' Giftespie, of Sarasota Frank Vans ."
before t Council Tuesday evening and TRADE WILL HAVE MEMBERSHIP -. TO BE HELD IN ORLANDO ,. PROSPECTORS,
Agnew, R. J. Meiklejon, C. W.
BURDEN AND TROUBLEOF proposed to issue a city ,directory if DATE FROM THE LATTER PART and H. C. Stanford. < Ward TO COME SO LONG AS :TRIP
the Council would give"him access to
BAD ACCOUNTS.The the information gathered by R. C. FIRST OF YEAR OF FEBRUARY Those present'were' L. A. Hamilton, HAS TO BE MADE BY AUTO.:
Lewis O'Bryan, R. J. Melklejon, ,
Weidler
in
taking the recent ,"
census.
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Frank Vans Agnew, Edgar Katz, J. -
Osceola County ,Retail Mer-. Mr. Johnson offered to give five copies j The advertising committee of the The Kissimmee Golf and Country H. Reese, D. B. Potts, Fred F. Hunter The complaints of the'condition of sDM1

chant Association was organized in of the in completed work to the city for I Board of Trade has been requestedby Club was. organized Tuesday.evening, J.,W. Simpson, G. A. Sharpe, the#oads below Kissimmee are .con "

the Board of Trade room' Tuesday use the various offices. He is to resolution to report at a special with L. A. Hamilton as president and These with the following who were stant, .an
evening. assume all the responsibility! of publishing | meeting which has been called by Lewis O'Bryan secretary.. The not present, became charter membersof missioners remove'( ''the cause and

The association has as its prim ob- the book, and is to return the 1 i President Stanford to be held tonight. meeting was held in Mr. O'Bryan's the dub: W. B. Crawford, S. H. do Jt without delay the road'conditions

ject the mutual protection of its member sheets borrowed from the office of the i The object of advertising was discussed office. A number who were unable to Bulloch, W. J. S. Carr, W. A. Smith, are going to be responsible' for 'the

Clerk in
City .
against bad accounts, the encroachment good condition.It informally at a meeting held be present authorized the use of their Paul Weaver, R. B. Woodham, F. II. loss of many investments that might

of the parcels post and is hyped that the business men Monday evening, the gist of the opin- names,.and (the club begins 'with a Jenkins, A. W. Gustus, C. W. Ward, otherwise be made. ++ I

other things that operate to the detri-. of.the town will give Mr. Johnson the ion being that some means of publicity goodly membership.Mr. W. A. Doyle, P A. Vans Agnew, E. There spay be some doubt concerning "

ment of the local dealers.It support necessary to make the publi- \ should be in use and that prompt : Hamilton was chosen to pre- G. Vans Agnew, A. E.' Donegan, An- the authority of this statement, '

was decided that the secretaryof cation of a directory possible. It will action would even yet do some good side as temporary chairman and Mr. drew Johnson and A. R.: Wrennr .but a little investigation will disclose t

the association, shall compile and contain a great deal of information before the season was over, O'Bryan was elected as temporary sec! Col. Gillespie, who was given a that It is entirely truthful and reasonable
in
keep for the use of the members a addition to the mere enumerationof I Some time ago the advertising com-I retary." Mr. Hamilton outlined a planl..organizatlon place'on the' executive committee, has : "

credit information bureau. There is names and addresses. It will give mittee started to prepare a booklet, > and touched' upon the visited Kissimmee much and is well The land companies whose holdingq '

to be a credit interchange, so that the lodge and church organizations, the I but the expense of getting out the desirability of having a. club here. known here. He is the most enthusi- lie to- the south of Kissimmee are'not' a:' s

merchants may be fortified against the location of streets, the judicial sittings kind of booklet desired was greater The links, which have been laid. .out astic golfer in the State, and Jags encouraging any hew buyers to''eomebeforq' '

selling of goods to parties who are not for county and circuit corporationdirectorat.es than the funds in hand and the com- on the Hamilton, and Meiklejohv property -I beautiful links at his Sarasota home. ',the completion of the railroad ftJ ,.. .,

considered'responsible etc., including the' mittee went no further with it. south pf the town; are said to'' He writes for the leading magazines throu'gh the prairie.: The' landniea''y;, ', .
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The operation of the parcels post to many" things in the Way w tl1-e'of infnrmjk.tion ; President: Stanford said he wanted a be as; goodas could be found in the' that Make golfing) news a feature'andis say they cannot afford 'to bear ""tlM,;,_: e

the hurt of the local retailer: also came I that are needed i in daily 1 life I full meeting of the bodybefore any natural condition, and very little work in all senses a valuable acquisition heavy ,.expense of transporting their: "f : "., '.

in for discussion, and steps will be of the town. and which at present are action on the subject yea taken and will be required to make the coarse to the local club. prospectors over .the 'roads as they "

taken to keep as much of the tradeat unsupplied for that reason would call a special one'of the best. The membership fee was fixed at five are now and have been for some time.

home as possible.The Mr. Johnson expects to begin the meeting, for, which tonight was set, The club, will have representativesat dollars, the year t6 date from October Heretofore the excursions to the

following officers were elected: work without delay on' the compila- as the date. the meeting which Is'to be held in Lady i members will be assessed prairie have been made by automobile-

President, D. R. Blenis; secretary tion of-this information, and is readyto By unanimous vote it was agreedto Orlando February 27 for the purposeof $2 *"year iEventually train, but the distance is great.'and

J. W. Prentis. Committee on rules make reservations for advertisingspace. set up the dates for the' new members organizing a State association of the club will have a club the repair bills are, terlfflc, and the

and regulations, C. W. Dann, A. B. Directory advertising is of I who came in e terms of golf clubs. It was this proposed meet- house, but the building of a home will land men claim that that this onerous ;

Jarrell and J. W. Prentis. the permanent kinds and* the choice the recent contest. Ever new mem- ing which spurred up the organizationof not be attempted as yet. The links expense offsets their profits' when they

Committee on membership: N. C. spaces will be taken early. Mr. Johnson ber will have a receipt issued to him the local club. are located."on the lake and the coun- sell in small tracts, and th greater

Bryan, M. Katz, S. L. Lupfer.All is advertising manager. for theiazcttc : for the full amount of dues paid in Mr. .Hamilton, the president, is a try club idea will probably annex part of their sales are of this kind. '

merchanUuin Kissimmee of all ( and may be seen at this of- I, dating from the first of the year. devotee! of the course and was presi- the motor boat feature, thus giving\ Wait for the Railroad. '

classes a_. eligible,,-and--an- effort U -I, diversity of interests and atrenethenng.Nae 'LTKU Mvwwif'' +k + the landcomo' "t< 'v . !' J
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being made to enroll the entire num- fice.MAYOR numerical and financial have ado ted this policy, U,f oundJja' ,.

ber. The next meeting will be held; I resources of the organization.SEASONS' . the folio wing-"special notice,"';wfcleb, l tv>
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Tuesday evening, January 28. | .BRYAN MAY :U beingpent out by one o?,the large,

An Example: of Practical) Results c-ompanUs!> with holdings:'in 'the '!)Kls-
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HEAD BOARD TRADE : GUESTS e I' .. aimmee'prtdri6 -'v *"- \?

from Circulating the Gazette "J: "Our, present lOissunnie*"' Prairie
CIVIC LEAGUE: : DOES I
WILtfu TARDY busin s. Is taxing our'transportation \
I '- : acillties1 -the' utmost. We'aW ,t

NOT FAVOR BENCHES ANNUAL MEETING IN FEBRUARY ; For several years the County Comrnissioners have been sendingout '1:'..... '., therefore been obliged to make 'a posi-< 'v )i.:.


----r-+ -i Ii I hundreds of copies of the Valley' Gaz, top>$pspective; investors-j Ay t ; I11JIi; T Jb tivejjrQllng.l concerning. .?.the,,... 'inspection. .,' '.-..,"".."..-1"1._ ,/..

TO PLACE SEATS ..1WTHEPARK.WAYS '' THE TIME FOR THE ELECTION 1 1OF that is to lay; fhe Commissioners paid for the circulation of the papers '"Frea round trfp';. M Uon"-- ,

'which service the Valley Gazette: ha'performed. at the cost of produc- Kissimmee to Kissimmee Prairie:will abe
WOULD RESULT IN .
OFFICERS BEING NEAR
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1 tion. '. WARM WINTER IN THE NORTH furnished. 1st,-to all' bona, fide }

INJURY TO THE GRASS. SUGGESTIONS FOR FILLING Last week the Commissioners discontinued these subscriptions. liAS CAUSED, MIGRATION Intending purchasers' who are vouch., ?
ed for sales solicitor
From time time the evidente forward and without making by a regular of
THEM ARE IN ORDER. to as came
SOUTHWARD TO BE POSTPONED the .company 2nd-To all contract
The Secretary of the Kissimmee '--n-1 I any attempt to produce it, the Gazette has printed testimonials showing 4 holders whose .lands have never been

Civic League furnishes the following The annual meeting of the Kis51 ,the actual results coming from this method of publicity, and they LONGER. inspected either personally or by club "'
mee Board of Trade will be the
account of Tuesday's meeting. t second Tuesday in February,field if noth- have been numerous*. This week the Gazette is permitted to'cite an- captain. v, '
met "So bear;this In'mind-if h .
The Kissimmee Civic League you v.already'seeIt
ing happens to prevent. the 'occur- other example as follows: The number of visitors In Florida is

in regular aess.ion on' Tuesday afternoon rence of this event which is duly provided A. B. [Burgess and his family have just arrived from Waterloo, less than usual at this season because Kissimmee Prairie, or one if
land' has been
inspected by
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January for in the organic law of that Iowa. They are here in'the flesh, and Mr. Burgess tells the publisher the winter ,has been ,.unusually'mildand your
Several matters of importance were of ,our club captains, do not,come I to
body. 'At the same time the ..annualelection' that he is here; because'his attention attracted this section the the Florida!eleason last, year was ,
brought before the League, one of was to by "' Kissimmee and ask to be conducted to '
of officers will take place. wet 'and disagreeable.
which was the suggestion in last President H. Clay Stanford believesin Valley Gazette. He became interested. began to investigate, and he Such was the reason given by'Capt. the-pr irl. a second or third time by f

week's Gazette that we place benchesin rotation of honors and will not bea has purchased one thousand acres of land at Campbell station and is Fred Hunter, who has just returned our company. You will shortly be ,table
Now 'to make the trip the entire f
the parks on Broadway. we candidate for re-election as president i- I going to colonize the tract. He is going to open an office in Kissimmee from a month's visit in Toronto, for way
to this where- by rail and can then come and ego
as
strenuously object of the Board, and it has been I absence of the usual .crowds that .you
bench is placed the will and the style of his firm will be'the Burgess Realty Co. He bought the at your own pleasure." ti
ever a gratis
be trodden down, and of course will suggested that JVtayor N. C. Bryan tract. of land through the firm of Waring & Edwards of Lakeland. may be found hibernating in Floridaat A Double Meaning ooi.'
would be a good man to succeed him. this season."I .
die, leaving an ugly spot in our parks l. Mayor Bryan is not going to offer for I Mr. Burgess has exhibited his faith in this section by investing his was in an automobile for a goodly A studious reading of this notice ..' -

which will mar their beauty which is the mayorship again, and there are good money, and by opening a business to induce others to invest. This part of the day -on New Year's Indicates that it has a double meaning, >
and this was kdmitted by one -
so greatly admired.As many who believe that the Mayor will one example should be sufficient evidence to the County Commissioners said Capt. Hunter, "and I didn't wear representative "
time elect of one of the companies.
the regular to
it was j I make a fine presiding! officer for the that the subscriptions the Valley Gazette invest- an overcoat, and I didn't get cold. Of
to paying
were a
1913 the follow- "There isa class of prospectors
officers for the '
year Board. He has gained some valuable it cooler there than it
course was
was
ing officers were elected: Mrs. T. M. ment for the county. It is probable that they could make no qther investment wfeom we must take care of if they
experience as Mayor of the town 'I here, but it was not disagreeablycold "
Murphy, president, Mrs. W. L. Winn, that would yield greater returns. come, said he, "but we are writing '
which may be turned to account as and so long as the people there '
C. Stan- to our agents that we 'don't care for
fir t vice-president; Mrs. H.
president of the Board. I ILe'wis.O'Dryan have such good weather they are not
Mrs. H. any to come until we show them.
'can.
ford, second vice-president;
does not want to be ,coming south."I .
Mrs. M. Tiller, the land with less expense than is the
W. Boice, treasurer; ;
secretary any longer, and a successor discovered that a good many of:
recording secretary; Mrs. L II. In- will have to be chosen. D. B. Potts CHARMING RECEPTIONAT WAGNER MAKES: HEE: the visitors who came to Florida last case at present. The roads arein a '
horrible condition, and every trip, is-"
corresponding secretary. :
gram
has been mentioned for the position. year for the first time formed an unpleasant -
It' Is. earnestly hoped that the mem- Mr. Potts is editor of the Osce- I and erroneous idea of its attended with immense repair bills. '
the CHAPTER HOUSE: INSURANCE: RECORD This doesn't happen once in a while,
bers of the K. C. L. will help new
ola Journal, and has had! the kind winter climate because it was rainy
and t it occurs every time we make the trip.It .
officers to have a successful year, of experience that goes into the making and damp most of the time. They
attend- would be better for us if we didn't 7-
encourage them by a faithful of a good secretary. The workof hink that this condition is characteristic
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is the I WEEKLY GETS HONORABLE MENTION IN try to sell any land until the condi.. +
at the meetings, which EVENT WAS WELL AT-
ance
the Kissimmee Board of Trade has of Florida weather, and it is difficult -

in eachmonth. tions are improved, or the trip can be +
second Tuesday afternoon suffered for lack of paid DEVOTED TO if not to
a secretary TENDED AND A PROGRAM OF PUBLICATION impossible overcome made by rail. We've done all we can
i and it is believed, that Mr. Potts I this impression. Many of these persons
I to get the roads in condition but
put
!, will rise to the occasion, if he is elected MUSIC READING ENJOYED.The INTEREST OF CO. AGENTS.D. will never visit Florida again.
we have been unable to accomplish
1 :I and do the work required of the "Since the first of the year, how-
anything. We are paying a large ,
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KISSIMMEE TO HAVE 'office in a thoroughly prompt and ef- ever, the trend southward has begun. pro-
established n
G. who
I Tuesday evening;, reception at Wagner, an portion of the taxes of the countyandthink
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fecient manner. I stood in the Union Station at Jacksonville -
insurance in Kissimmee last we are entitled to consideration
some

CITY DIRECTORY Alfred A.'Tano has been mentionedas the Chapter House chronicled another I agency the other day for an hour, andI "

good material for a secretary. Mr. pleasant affair in the series of i fall, received special /mention in the made a rough estimate of the crowds but Complaint we get le.GeneraL'very little '

Tuno has taken an active interest season's entertainments to be carried latest issue of the publication issued that were landed there, and the num- The is
complaint general and is not
the affairs of the town, and was high by the cory any for the agents of the ber I placed at three thousand, sixty
I out by the ladies of the A. W. L. limited to the land companies. The
PROPOSITION MADE TO CITY man in getting members for the Boardin New York Life. per cent of whom were new comers to
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and Mrs. T. W. hope is expressed that the County "
the recent contest. He la. chief of I the state. We are going to have a
COUNCIL WHICH IS FOUND Mr. Wagner made an unusual record Commissioners will take steps at the ti
the volunteer fire department, and Ellis were the hostesses for the even- good season yet, but it is going to be
for the months of October, No- next meeting to follow the recom- 1 $
ACCEPTABLE. has been the vital spirit of the social ing and they had arranged a programof later than usual."
mendations \
organization connected with the de vember and December, writing $51- made by Engineer F. II. ;
music and readings,'Which was ren-
!fe Jenkins in his report on. the,, Kissim
I partment., lie is a live wire and if 000 in policies during that period. He Woodall-Patrick.
... I It dered in such a pleasing manner as mee-Whittier road, and,"after that is ;
Before 'very long Kissimmee will i he wants to be secretary he will receive came to Kissimmee from Sanford, Married, at the residence of the
to elicit encores for each number from finished to put the road gang: to workon
have a city directory, and it will not I I the support ofmany members. where he had lived as trainmaster for bride's brother, C. J. Woodall, on Wednesday the road below*.Whlttie'r. +

belnadvance of the need for it. He would undoubtedly make an active the guests. The program follows: the Atlantic Coast Line. Referring to evening January 15th, Miss "1'" ... ''.. y

There are many needs that the and conscientious official. Piano solo-J-Misa Nannie Reese. this former connection, the article con- Missouri Woodall, of this city to Mr. A letter from Thomas M. Dowell,' f

business man finds for a directory; Judge George F. Parker is treasurerof Reading-Mrs.: Hyatt. cludes, "Better than railroading, eh, Hannlgan J. Patrick, of Orlando, formerly of Kissimmee but, now ,of v

such a volume Is needed daily in the the Board, and while he is not.seek- Piano solo-Miss.. Ruby EHis. D. G.t" Mr. Wagner's friends are Judge G. F. Parker officiating. Pittsburg, Pa., says that ha baa sold

'office of a' newspaper, and once the ing re-election, he says he is willingto Reading-MissTThomason.Song congratulating him. The bride has a large family connection out his business th.re'and is going to ",'!t

book .is Issued the business men professional serve if the members want him -Mr. Doyle.ReadingMiaa This week Mr. Wagner was appointed in Kissimmee and is the pos come back'\o Florida. Hey hopes to d'

men will wonder how they again' The work is one for glory'and W kler. general manager for the Arthur E., sessor of many lovable traits of) character be in Kissimmee before very long He. .

,ever got along witbout.It. The mln.liitenl the general uplift, and nobody can'accuse Mrs. John M. Lee and Mrs. IL M.Pfann Donegan .real estate agency, vice- which,has,:endeared her to'a thought he would like it in .Pittsburg, ..

need it 'the'',dra7 aen need it; the'judge of being selfish when will be the, hostesses. Tuesday Horace, Woodall, who becomes city large circle of ,friends, all of whom( but he saja/he; can't.resist'the eaU of "'

the need it i he he is willing to serve in a evening. salesman for the South Florida Lum- will the. ," .,
railroad' and express men ; says join Gazette, in extending, Florida, and he is coining back: to the .
delivery of mall Board of Trade office. evening next' ber Co. congratulations. "'. ,
and/after' the city land and the people. lie likes beit'w:.Y :
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,t ," ,'. ,' " " FRIDAY JANUARY IT, _

vA THE KISSIKMEE/ VALLEY GAZETTE- -__ -- -- I
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; ; Uffl 'III Myfc tY| ,CHARLES, L JONES PAT' MURPHY IS'DONE;; charge done i of!"the talent ,entrusted to,' your, The Golden, Egg. and I\ the Qolden k .,

let it not' be or me .
Reader, you
4 1N'RACgF F* MAYOR. tO CASTTHE VOTE fORWfARS\ ,POLITICS who has wrapped ,his talent up' in ,a Fruit. An Ancient Fable .' and, "

\ '- napkin, but rather give ';-our' talent an '
H \> to increase. ; aModern'Truth'h 1
:- SSOCIATE EDITOR OF CLAUDE' opportunity \
.WILL DEVOTE-HIS.' TIME ,TO THE To let 'us' be oft some little use to __ .. __ __. .. h . ,
| c BRYAN. WILL, NOT, ENTER RAGE- L'ENGLES PAPER'WAS ELECT-' COMPILATION:; OF. A" GUIDE our"community.' i .'' Let:: there be' l less h - ;; \

PRESIDENTIAL: talk of'what we have but let us demonstrate -
---- MESSENGER. TO, ,FLORIDA: > ,.
what the home people '
s we ,
hlc ,11day'
II\\ LEWIS O'BIlVAN IS AN AVOWED hela.blo-.mn9..th 'C liy a g e e1 .
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,' .- ---. -< aradoingwitk:: ; the-g1.ft&entrustedtQ I- "'Once-upon-i-v.imefo: : :

CANDIDATE AND YS'-'IIE'S 1 -The; -State presidential electors met Pat Murphy the alltime, Irish poet our charge .' Insted of talking on laid an of gold. The avaricious owner, not content that,. hU ,
egg
; SURE TO BE ELECTED in Tallahassee/ .Monday. The' following and erstwhile politician,. was' 'in: Kls- "city corner. of, errors committeed: by fortunate of all men, slew' the 'goose, that he \ ;

R 'TO THAT OFFICE., special fro mthe capital tells of sfmmee this week in the interest of our*"city Council, come up before the goose made himthe, most I""

c t the:proceedings.. Murphy's Guide to' Florida, of'which Board of Trade like men and there might come at the source. of the. supply of gold,' but' found naught;" of '

L The plot thickens lcx>k' who's herel! At a meeting of the ''presidential he is the compiler and publish er discuss public ;questions 'in a public treasure. Thus he fell a vi tim to Liu own greed. So reads, the fable ol. Ji:

I electors held here today in. the office Pat Murphy' has been a familiar manner. There Is lots to discuss; I '
iftj'udge; James W. Lflly from' Bluegrass )t'.Not
,, ;,of Gov. Trammell!, Chas. E. Jones, of figure at all the] political and semi- among other subjects the advantageor the golden egg. ' '

Kentucky, salt! is 'In, the race'for)1ayorofKIsimmee ''Jacksonville, managing editor -of political gatherings in Florida for the disadvantages a commission unlike is is the truth of the golden, fruit. In sunny Florida

.,' : : ; JudgeLIl. Dixie, was elected, unanimously, to past twenty years, but things are not form "of government. The ways and the and bring it to such perfection aa,
"ly'saw the line-up: as printed in last nature elected to plant orange "
..caat-ElorldaV for,.Wood row Wilson !- as they.used..to.- be-.and. Pat-became means procuring a"much needed
4 -week"r:-Valley Gazette losttiottme'',, for president in the electoral college. weary of bearing burdens for othersto city dock, free to all ; the advantagesof could be attained nowhere else, and the great markets of the North .

in casting' hi, hat into the.ring. Theyhave' '. e> rean the rewards. and he has forsworn I, keeping tagged as well as untagged i their gold into the coffers of the Florida growers in re.

tome politics in old Kalntuck, The electors met at 12 o'clock and 'the political game; he's in politics / dogs ahd our neighbor's. chickens eagerly poured avaricious and'Shortt.t.
and the Judge is I But certain growers,
prepared to fruit.
j put up I' '!ectei. Jefferson B. Browne, of Key no longer, and henceforth he is from roaming our, streets; the turn for their golden 'I

a fight of picturesque coloring. West, president, and Hugh C. Spark- going to devote his; time to makinghis / necessity of watering our streets more sighted, said among themselves, "If our fruit is the first on the marketit

',t' The next Mayor of Kissimmee is L to man, editor of the Jackson Leader, guide bigger and better. I'at frequently:: keep down the dust and will the highest price. We will not wait for it to ripen, but ,',
bring
be a lawyer. Ita the mentalist, said us !;
Marianna, secretary. works in conjunction with the rail- the need of being cleanly as wellas '
j the theater and it color it by 'sweating, and the igjnorunt fr
at night will
so Monday full size pick ,
it is we
relative to soon as
After the election of a messenger, roads for the distribution of his book, Godly on Sundays our as .

), each of the three lawyer candidates W. Chipley Jones was chosen as alter- and it contains a lot of valuable information public thoroughfares Last, but not public will not know the difference." y.:.,
Ita
to the conclusion that
jumped was nate. The for the visitor. The least, how to advertise judiciously
meeting attended pub-
thinking of him. was by So they did as they had planned! and the ignorant bought-once.
all lication is of the usual it the of desirable
) the electors, and they .agreed unanimously out ; contains regarding bringing
& Judge George F. Parker, who stated 1 ignorant it said "Florida can no longer grow good
upon the officials selected. several pieces of the compiler's verse, | immigration among us. Then still being :
last week that he would
lively enter After the selection of the officers for Pat is a born poet. A choice bit :\'i hhor.commence the New Year fruit and refused to buy. '
1 the. Is the is true I ,
race, a lawyer same
; the of it is \ this resolution To '
electors passed the following resolution reproduced\below: by forming : give
of Lewis and avaricious arc stijl trying to fool the public.
O'Bryan Judge Lilly : moral and financial support to the Many of these growers

i: I pleads1 guilty to the same charge. I Hoard of and i It hits learned that it is aa true
: The undersigned presidential elec- SWEET ARE THE FLOWERSBy Trade help place it on .But the public is no longer ignorant.
\ law for
'
Judge Lilly practiced thirty
tors of the State of Florida, on January a substantial business foqtinjy of orangftnd grapefruit Florida
4 ,years around up in Kentucky and Pat J. Murphy I now as in the past that in quality ; sunny
13, 1913, at 12 o'clock noon, met QUILL.I
Minnesota. He was Mayor of Crooks-j in the capitol building in the city of O sweet are the flowers that bloomin I leads: the entire worldwhen the fruit i is allowed to mature and fully ripenon

ton, Minn., and was city Tallahassee and State of Florida and Killarney, Y11i! !Ii ! !Ii !fi !Ii !S5fiJW! t the tree. t
another time. Twice he '''
represented
I cast the vote of the people of the" And sweet are the waters that kiss !Hi !ffiIf allow in their houses
I' will packing
4: Gallatin county, Ken., in the State as- her The responsible growers of Florida
State for Woodrow Wilson shore >
as the green ; ; hl.SSIM.MFK } AIU !Jfjffi
aembly, and he held several minor next president and Thomas R. Mar Sweeter and dearer, and sure U at's I I no fruit which is not fully tree-ripened. A /great number of these growers '
offices. !ffi f
Judge Lilly is a stern advo-
shall as the next vice president of no blarney.Is I have united in co-operative orgiimzation known as the Florida
;
cate of law and order and 'stands for the United States and representativesof the dear little shamrock, the !IilifilifilifilililifilifiSince! ! ! ! ! ! a

/ a progressive administration. He progressive Democracy. We thank plant we adore. Citrus Exchange, for the purpose| of marketing their fruit for what it is-

I 3 S thinks a mistake was made in raisingthe I. the people of Florida for the greatest my last visit to Kissimmee the finest fruit in the world. The gtani]) of this organization, Florida
millage, but he believes in making Now this is the day that we all wear Park I find a great improvement at
R public improvements and doing all I trust in their gift, for they have vest- the shamrock I the park The improvements going Citrus Exchange, on a box of oranges or grapefrwt is a guarantee of
ed in
us the right and without
power
;. that can reasonably be done to induce direct To honor the saint from the dear I on here certainly encourage the own- quality. '
invest instructions or qualifications, Em'rald Isle : ers of P"Op"'ty" "
to in and
people Kissimmee ;
to cast the vote of a sovAcijrn State i T P, When you buy Florida oranges!; you are J practising real economy, for
1- help pay for said improvements. So fill up your glasses, we'll drink to Tunof Preston Pa. hat
of |
Beef Steak Supper in Store. voters 800,000, enfranchised inhabitants citizen and ,"80,000 for the lassies; j elected a nice home on his fifteen' they contain 40 to GO per cent more juice than others of equal also; a

) The! adherents to Lewis O'Bryan are president and vice president %of the They are the dear ones our hearts | acre groand is developing it and box of them is 15 per cent larger than a box of other oranges.

: soon to receive invitations to a beef \I United States of can beguile. '! intends to put it in a fruit grove.v. .
America \ 1 V. Fairbanks and wife of
Kansii -
I c steak. supper to be given bYthe, friends I Jefferson B.. Browne, Charles E. The thistle lies withered when winter '
( itv, :Mo, are hole \iMtmjr> Mi:\ ', I II
that aspirant for mayoralty honors. Jones, Leland J. Henderson, I II, C is snarling, I,
) .
I FilII hank brother I'
I Mr. K F'ai rliunk", n
O'Bryan believes that the city Sparkman, William C. Jones J. FredIeberry The rOles> of England are not to be hrK _I'.ilk_ P24A: -
It
l-.lmnl> < t:;, muLL huut-,-- +.e'-tt -
: '" will prosper under a young man's adiiiiiiistiatiun _____ _ __ ___ --- seen J.-' --- --- ---f-\\:M'kv,
I -. --- :: Not that the older men <
Telegrams of congratulation( were Down by the brookside where blackthorns I Iou
inattentive but Seaman and WIIJitlll1001 i I I i I : l I
are they have so many ,
sent to Governor Wilson at Trenton are growing,
II 1'1' I'uiliimjr' a m-\s launch
things to absorb their attention that and Governor Marshall You'll find .
at Imhanapolis. our dear shamrock
John! I HUMS
is the new of
> manager
they find the public service takes too '
Messrs Chipley Jones and Le- they're sweet, fresh and green. the
poor farm taking the position a
much of their time from private con- land Henderson .
presidential electors week _
; cerns. The young men have the time returned to Pensacola last night. KISSIMMEE BOARD OF TRADE ago.Ilinry
and the ambition to do something : Suvres> has erected a new .
I I home on his> heath, front which is a Merrill-Stevens Company "
that shall be
4 lasting. lie is alive to Has It Anything More Pertaining To I

.,,, the needs of the city and has some ANNUAL ELECTIONOf It Than a Titular Existence? great impro\I'rnent to the l each, and I

ideas that he would like to see put in ,is also building a new launch for his I Have a State wide reputation for the quantity and qualityof

statute form for the good of Kissim- OFFICERS Meetings both regular and irr fular own convenience, work done Expert Mechanics sent out. General Blacksmithing -
_, It Is I are called by order pf the president C. II. Blanchaine1 has just finished
niee. that Mr.
likely
t .1>' orniajly O'Bryan'scnwa1Tcu laiin&ed . : 3* T through the medium of our city i planting a five-acre tract of Irish poI -j and Repairing I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding.
'
at a beef steak supper to be given in WOODMEN\ OF TilE WORLD HOLD newspapers, who fail not when occasion -i I i tatoes on his property and has made White Oak Mahogmy Cypress and other Hardwoods always in

the near future. offers to help awaken our citi- ,I lots of other improvements on his I stock General Machine work Boat Construction and Repairs (

Judge Parker Announces. MEETING AND ELECT OF- zens to their civic sense of duty in'' land at the Park Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited.

premulgating principles of progressive -i %Jr. Blanchaine has another five-
Judge George F. Parker FICERS FOR YEAR. I
% was a
600 to 654 East St.
Jacksonville Fla.
Bay
close second of Judge Lilly in makinghis order through the medium of a j r r acres which is ready for planting, and ,

formal announcement. Speaking live Board of Trade. which he intends to plant in various -

i of his candidacy Judge Parker said. Osceola Camp No. 79, Woodmen of Meetings... are called but_ ___members____, !' kinds of garden truck. 24tpdI
And.. _th._ ., .;tI. ..na S n .. .u I I - - --- -- -- I
- u ' The is ---- -
"a U& u'u writer informed that
Mr.
"I uuIILlnny ,
i think Kissimmee needs_ an the World held their annual electionof "

economical' administration. The Mayor officers! last Tuesday 'evening; the "cometh The not. j Riggins intends to plant a five-acre + I I I I II' I I I iii p i p I I I I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I I I I H-I II" i'11111111 '
only attraction
and Coun ltn have the expend! election being postponed from the which so' far tract of tubers on his land.D. :

ture of 'a large' amount during the first Tuesday in the month. fas drawn the masses at the\ people is S. 'Paige, of Chicago, i is expect. . 4

1 next year, and this money" should be The following members were elect when the Board happens to give a"tea" ed here soon to put in his ten acres \1

conserved with great, care' and business ed to''office and will serve for the party/ Then one can,hear'more ,of land potatoes. W. W. YOUNG, OF LIBERTY CENTER OHIO I
bombastic
like judgment. While I favor year: sky-scraping language in a "Zimmerman has made great ,

? the strictest economy I do not mean Wm. W. Saunders, council commander few hours than will take the average improvements on his ten acre tract Tells the Truth About Some Land

to say that I favor a niggardly policy. ; B.. C. Miller, adviser lieut- man a life time to digest; but when since his arrival here at the Park.

.i I believe In making public improve- enant; R. T. Butler, banker and clerk; it comes to actual work, time given I Anyone wishing any plowing or .' Near Kissimmee Which He

ments, but I think the letting,of contracts J. M. Crafton, escort; G. A. Rexford, gratitously to 'forward city and I: Jill work done call on Mr. O."T. Col. ,

I. should be surrounded with such watchman; James Powers, sentry. county affairs, the volunteers are lins. He has a horse and farming Has For Sale.Three
scarce as hen's teeth. I tools to do kind of .
farm
: publicity and safeguards as will The former board of managers were any work.
All praise to those few .. .,,_ ___
_ .> he who en- Alhprt__ Wvm"n.. ,.,_.. hoa n A '
guarantee
> people that they shall unanimously elected to serve again., n v. j UQ viiv ui knv jiuesi
have the best The W. O. is deavor to keep the spark of life alivein lettuce fields in the The
r.i W. vicinity.
? ; possible servjce for the a strong organization our much advertised I average years ago when Kissimmee, I bought several tract of

I money expended."If in this city, having considerablyover Board of Trade. Without Kissimmee weight of each lettuce head is land because they were cheap. The best of these tract lies withinone

I am elected I shall direct my one hundred members. Installation participation iwo pounds. mile of the city limits of Kiseimmee and
in'its on one of the improved
energy first to the construction of a ; will be held next Tuesday. meetings and seifishness j The parcel post is rapidly transmit- hard roads. I cannot use all of the lands '
manifested altho I
in individuals I myself, improving
am -
and
the
our ting blossom
k city dock. regard this improvement orange of KissimmeePark
some of them, and have therefore
whole divided the above
tract
as an urgent need. I am willing to HanselJolly.On community collectively, we be- to the frozen North.N. into 5 and 10 lots and
come as a tinkling brass acre am offering them at a little advance
etc. Takeit C over
L pledge' my'be.t efforts to secure a Sunday, January 12, 1913, Mr. for granted that God Enge, of Kissimmee Park, cost, the prices being $50 and $60 per acre. I want to see these
Almighty
dock that will meet the requirements, Jolly Padgett and Miss Mayme Han- was over in Kissimmee on business lots made into
has happy homes. I
endowed frankly admit
i and us with a birthright Tuesday.Mrs. that here will be"a
there
lire other things that I may sel were united in holy matrimony.The little in it for
justly to be profit me, but it will be
LX discuss as the campaign' develops." proud of. Wht, are we T. Paris is spending a a small one. Men are not
ceremony took place at the bride's dointr tn lioln Han coupleof always governed by This
n __. **" .It.*. in greed. land is as fine as can be found in
-----fl days
Mayor Bryan Will Not Run. ---or --r Kissimmee this week with
home, on the Gee at
place, Southport, the State of Florida
One and it lies
safe and tried close to the
N. way is through Mrs. G. W. rapidly growing city of
Mayor C. Bryan stated Wednes- where few friends McKelvey.
a
including the Kissimmee
'
day that he would not seek the office bride and bridegroom's supporting and help making a live C. H. Blanchaine is having fall the county seat of Osceola county, and is certain to be

: again. He said the office requireda gathered to witness the parents, were wire of our Board of Trade. When we crops, of potatoes dug now. worth double or treble the present price In two or three years, when
happy mar- pass to the other shore it will be I good lands close in will be all taken up but I want to
Mr. and Mrs. se
great deal of time, and a busy man riage. After congratulations I. S. DeMent are hereto epeople

: could not give the office the time it ,' given and a few songs, a sermon were was questioned of us, "What have you spend the winter. They have built made I have happy.olaced on these th...small.. W.. .farms../._ .- =..i_ mn.. IT .... ..___1___ .
required. lie said that one term was preached Christ's -- ? ? ? BC..O Dresner at UO., OI
on coming back ----- Kissimmee who : : 'ni'y.y.
-- fine
enough to his I r are upright men can communicate 1
_ t satisfy desire for the again to receive his bride unto him- with them
write
: or direct to me.
_: office.* self, in the air. T (
Makinson Being Urged.W. Stress I -' W. W. YOUNG. T ,
was laid on his speedy, unexpected Set More
B. FruitThe
Makinson
is being urged by return, and of the neces- ,

. many to make the race. It is not improbable -, sity of his children being filled with ",.

that he will be induced to I[ the holy ghost, which is the essential, bloom III 1111111 I 11I11I 111I I I II p II II III i i, 11111
on trees 11111111111J..Ji"
your now if the foundation
run. He is popular with a lartre element -! preparation. of your
Ii- and this- considered with- his crop next fall, and the only blooms that count are the '.
Mr.
- Jolly Padgett is well known in one that "set" their ,
fruit__You'll lose
property interests and some fruit by dropping -
... the success he I the surrounding country, and of influence -
or splitting sake
has achieved in business will be so your trees set every orange they !
factors in his strpng among the young people. lies possibly can NOW, by proper cultivation andArmour'sCitrus SEMINOLE
favor.
; LAND &
,t The | a Christian, and has been a member INVESTMENT COMPANY ; ,
anti-administration
'
faction will of the Church of God, something

ii probably put out a full ticket, but I;over a year. This gives him a good FertilizersWe' =_. _
--
STOCK
this is a development of the future. :'chance to let his light shine among \ r

'. There has been no positive movement his many friends. And trust his
we make
in that dir : the finest grade of chemical and animal goods in I can sell 500 shares of the
ion.l.t, though there is i godly life will cause others to for- thirteen stock of the Seminole Land A In-
special analyses for vestment
aornetalkofit. : 'sake sin evil) citrus frees-goods to ttl YOUR Co. Why pay the president or treasurer of the above
communications and evil needs__Oar booklet fully company $20 a share for stock which
describing these
If IL M. Breaker makes the race, associations.His Talk with foods is free. at from $7 to $10 per share and they are buying from others

.ii and he admits that he may do so, he I wife, also has given up the when you can buy direct from me selling at $10 to per you share.at $20 per share, 4

: will .of"DeeesaIty stand by the administration I world and together they exoect to '
(L and will be regarded R. % FLOYD Kissimmee Addre,. K. McKAY 7 E. Tremont Avenue '
,( as the serve the Lord in "the beauty of holi- Fla. New York City.
,
candidate of that
faction. Mr. Breaker
,
," :':''Is: a member of CouncIl and is II ness.We earnestly desire them a happy Armour Fertilizer Works 2-4f-;r-; ,';,

chairman of the Street Committee. I continuation1 in ;
this
< beautiful t'
Jacksonville
way; Fla. a temporary dock to "
which
Fred Bass is they will Wm.
standing pat as being a life" of peace and joy, and a blessing tie their launch") Rouser, of Jackson, Mich., returned

r .. 'the first announced }candidate,. and wherever they go. It new to his home after a few days
,says,be is confident of election. C.M. PADGETT ;> U understood that Mr. Ik McAl visit with his family here last week
Evangelist.
lister ,
will do
some more
improving lie was very ranch delighted with>
. on his beach
property. if
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LARGE, )'INCREASE" :IN' :, 1'::,,, ._.- HAROLD, BUZZ" ": i J Klos$ MMiEWAg, :H-P-,. \ , . ," !


LOSS : ,e; Some; :Holiday' Bargains; i'Eight :

: ,M. ,0.., BUSINESS. 1 FIRE LAST YEAR.CHIEF .. '! '
'
1 -i-oonr'twcHtory"boU8e: and 50 foot 'lot"on 'North.Mann' ; 'y"
.
.. ;- ,,J r treet. close In,'house rented for: $20 per month to' good''ten..nt. "

: THE, RECORD ,OF ,FIVE YEARS' TAND, MAKES REPORT' ]: house size Is modern family.Prlca, fine place$2,000aVorabIe.term to keep roomer and still payment-have room; .'for', , '

_.. - ._o__. ._ ... "*" ialr.
T : ,- -' TWO COTTAGES CHEAP-Wei have a.five toom'modem'cottage

SHOWS STEADY GROWTH IN THIS* : TELLS_ QF'THE.WORK pF,THE DE-. and' a three room cottage; each have lot,, ample;room for

VOLUME .OF' MONEy THAT 1 J?ARTMENT. AND SAYS THAT" other houses, on payed street, ,Owner say sell:and'we want- an off I ,

WAS fer on these placet, and If possible will! I accept ?' '
i HANDLED. ; TLOCAL frttE :MORE EQtjPMENT} IS/ r '
land'leai
CHEAP LITTLE FARM-10 acre gdod: .tbaJ..t"o ,

.. POSTOFFiCE.' ," .' ,NEEDED' ,. toilf from'the 'city'limity'of, Kissimmee; 8 acres fenced with.hog'
r Moat1nielfgay ; ,. .. ,f : _, ,. "ence,,,with two ';wires above-boutfour1acres; : cleared; .two-room : a:)'

Eeeaomy ..
.h the rest, the Clleapet1. business, the 'sale1of.1 >postage i baa been blessedWith: / 'scarcity of .6u! ,for $450. Sacrifice price, but owner mays,selL \,_:<..-, '

BUY %VHITE Which M.... ,.stamps ,omitted,' has 'been made, fires, and sine the, ,purchase the:1ORANGE: AND., GRAPEFRUIT-GROVE-20 acre one-a dle'r' .4""

CLOVER FIODR, by'' W. L. Poulk,:financial' statistician fire auto and; the .reol' anizatlon ,of rom city limits, all good l land,' 16 of it I Is fine citrus fruit land,.bal-\. .

natl.acme,, of Pa/.ct aM.ak./ handIIat Lth..rt frog, of the Kissimmee postofTlcai,, J the fire department,: In June, has, had nee good trucking land, all fenced, 15 acres cleared, 5 acre bearing ' ..+ 1 ,

f 4..rrhoM.he erowa,e of h.Lb.d rh..r.i.,p ro odret s, d.Ia: 'A summary of the figure. show i but three alarme'of fire, the first,on, rove, consisting of oranges, tangerine, grapefruitpeachMAndpears J t '1

fI 'p Grar.m..d.. 111* BEST Moa.y that Kissimmee has had a steady I June 22, was fora fire in the old Pil-. with some lemons, guavas,' etc. 4-room ,house, table,.well -
I JJJjJJ .,11 U not Ioun4 bkhlr, Mtl-1 growth during' that period. The ley building on Broadway, 'and was I and chicken house. Owner I I. nearly blind and will .en.tbi.-"al." ;+ b' +

., WyouK GROCER HAS ITTm Volume: of business done in'a place ha : 17 Fear Old Student of Osceola! caused by an overheated stove setting uable property for $3700, on term if desired. This price Include '.'-t.2...:
a number of barometers. Every 'indicator : High School 'who won State Oratorical fire to the walls, resulting damage by considej-adle fruit on trees :t '

known shows ,that Kissimmeeis J Medal at Ocala, receiving the fire and water amounting to about LAKESIDE FARM,, AND GROVEn-127 acre excellent land,, t"

I f'f t ; growing rapidly, and the amount; of unanimous vote of the judges for the fifty dollars. frortlng on lake,.and extending to county road, fenced and ,crosr '

eP order issued and paid reached a sum I honor. Mr. Buzza is the third stu- The second alarm was for a fire in. fenced, about 8 acres bearing grove, 'some fine hammock; flowing .

M larger than hat ever been recorded 1 dent from the Kissimmee public the old negro shack on Main street at Wale, six-room house, good stable, fine view of lake and town from' ' :.i

,at,the'local postoffice. schools to win a medal in a State con the head of Church street. This house, banana grove near house, pretty pal and. live oak around ,

During the year 1912 there were. test. i fire occurred at 240 in the morningand the house, fine home and valuable property, for sale at $100 per .
I acre, or will divide place and sell with and improvement '
8,505 domestic orders issued, repre- showed excellent work by the de- part grove .
j pATEnrI senting the, sum of $43,304.12; there FLORIDA'GIRL HONORED. partment, as they made therun, extinguished Come se this,valuable property. 1 b
f were 32 international order issued Miss Isabel Mays of Monticello, who the fire and returned to HOME ADJOINING CITY LIMITS-23 acre adjoining city "

representing ,$374.16.<< number of is teaching in the high school depart- headquarters, replaced dry hose .on limits drive off hard road onto farm, can look down main street '

other items entering the account, like ment of the Ocala public school this wagon and disposed of the wet hose fromporch, very pretty location, over 200 bearing orange trees, .'

the fees, etc., run the total u'p to year, and who is regarded' as one of in 51 minutes from the alarm. and other fruits, six-room house, three'room servant' house;pretty' '

$52,903.62. The number of orders, domestic the brightest teachers in the state, The third alarm occurred on the last shade, beautiful place with city advantage and yet enjoy freedomof "
J-Xt was highly honored during the recent the country. Owned by a widow in Fensylvania who',oA'er..this' ,
paid was 5,057 for the total Saturday in November at 6 o'clock,In
place for $4500, time on $2000, if desired. ,I t: -
state educational convention. On
of $41,944.11<< there 213
sum ; were the evening, for a chimney fire in the '
international orders paid reaching the Wednesday morning Miss Mays reada Central hotel, which resulted in no OTHER FLORIDA HOMES_ _AND_ _INVESTMENTS.
: t
amount of $4,668.91. paper for the association<<; which received *
Why are B and P the most Im- damage. '
I portant,letters of the alphabet? The following figures show the the highest praise and admira- reorganization of the depart- NELSON REALTY COMPANY '
tion from all Who' heard it. So much ,
the growth for five years: ment has worked to the advantage of .

Money\ Order Receipts for Five Years. impressed with Miss Mays' paper, ,' Kissimmee, and .the members have Over Citizen Bank, KISSIMMEE, FLA. '

ABc DEFGHIJ' 1908 ____________________.$18,847.81 which showed the capabilities of this' reached an efficiency which\ compares
1909 ______________ ____$27,635.59 young woman, was Dr. Herman lIar- very well with any department of its
1910 ____________n_______$36,805.73 rell Home of the New York univer- size in the South and their work I
I 1911 _____________..____,_.$49,922.25 sity,' that he offered Miss Mays a I ,
1912 ___-___u__,-________$52,903.62 should receive the appreciation and .. t'A
scholarship in the New York univer-
KLMNO.PQR3T. Box Receipts at the Local Office For support which it deserves. .? Proof""' '>'
sity next year. Miss Mays will, of whichare "Let Ploof Show the
the Last Five Years. There are a number of things : ,
the offered
1908 ...j___ __ __________.'_$ 207,85 course accept scholarship necessary to the proper ,.working ,_ _ L ,' .
1909 ________,____________ 334.45 her, and although it will take her of the department and which the mem- l' ? #.
1910 ___________ ________n 707.10 away from the Ocala school. the _bej-s!! .lI..lIL.Jtriving..J.q-.h&Y.lL: thft f.ity We are Representetives for the .........,...-
Jvx.YBecauae ____ _ friends- ulig "has maTte"here
-JiLll -- c -- -- -901:60-: ( and Tie"r furnish. these hose BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES'
1912 __0-____.___-_ ____.__ 1145.05 pupils will rejoice with her in her Among are a ,
tower for the proper care of hose, as "
z Little Interest in Posts! Ssvings. good fortune, and hope that she will no means for doing so art now at All Kind; Stationary 'and i

The record of postal savings for return to Ocala the following year' is and
hand; a thousand feet of new hose
the first year of its operation does Ocala Banner. urgently needed, as there is only '
you couldn't have Beef or not indicate that the system has made Engines Boilers Hoisting :'
I When turn from daily 1500 feet of hose in tha-department's ,
we our
Pork without them!
much to the Still
appeal people. tasks to give thanks, it should be with possession and some of this is aboutto and General l Line of \
-- -- Carry Supplies
-- -- - a
there have been to take advantage
some ,
the soul as well as with the digestion. pass from its guarantee of usefulness 4Mt4at"t
of it and the I for all Purpose '
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF new year was and last but not least a set of )
,
begun with a small amount to tho.> coats
\ helmets and rubber for the boys,

Beef and Pork credit to the depositors. The figures Coming to Kissimmee who have to do the work, is more than THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE. _'
show the following '
: .
add to
would
't'3 J ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR April 1st, 1912 to Dec. :31, 1912. (; necessary, and the greatly. 20 OCEAN STREET.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Lec'al .
the efficiency of department.The
4i' Knife Deposited __________ _____$ 675.00 1 members have formed social 1 and Long Distance Phone. :
and Fork 1I a
Withdrawn .--__ __.- ___, 573.00 DR. FARROW ARRANGINGTO
Balance on hand ________ 02.00 I organization and have .1 leased and fur- ;;.
You will be pleased with the VISIT KISSIMMEE nished the hall in the Savage building, I
Much Work and No Pay. t
known Firemens' hall. This t1# ;
MEATS WE SELL YOUIf The Kissimmee postoffice !Is of the EVERY 28 DAYS. now as t
has proven to be the center around Lone Dlstane, r
second class and gets no commission '
:
Phone298,1tt
it were not so, t which the social events of the young Advertising ,
on the money order fees or postal I At the :
I We would not tell you savings. There is much clerical work people -of Kissimmee revolve, as the .

necessary 'in the issuance and pay GRAYSTONE HOTELDNJHURSDAY numerous pleasing events taking place right."R .
there readily prove. The boys areendeavorin'g is saying the. .
ment of such a large number of ,; '

RULL BASS money orders, and account the starting' of a .;- JAN, 23 be- used in 'case to raise any a of relief the membersare fund, to.. :: <: : ; ::, \ -": i" ..,...;.
postal Savings ox one dollar
'p-
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while their >/
injured performing , ,, -' "
Involves more work on"the part, of ; ; :J.1 '
MARKET the clerk than would*be necessary to Klflglmmee, Is to.be congratulated. duties, and.fx this ;end ,the- proceeds, : 'c' _.,'J'' ( .. ,... .,: ;:<.'.\. ,, 't' "'
dollars from.a ,Dr.1,Farrow,' the Jacksonvill Specialist (when there iany! )' are devoted. /f ,.' ..:f"\"
draw a million national 'is coming-not for the one visit, There is a mistaken idea in the minds We make a soecialty of planning! <<, preparing ;, z ..> r
bank. The work pf the postmasterhas but is arranging to come regularly literature and conducting campaign for 1
grown steadily: during the past I every twenty-eight days. This 'doctor of the local public that the depart- Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municl- t tr f

few years, the introduction of the I is no stranger as he has treated j ment is a paid one. The only pay re- palitles and Individuals.. ,.'. '- '
and cured some of our best citizen at ceived by any of the men or officersof -
postal savings and parcels post mak- j I his office in Jacksonville. This fact
Our word-- ing the responsibilities more onerous. has had much to do in inducing him I the department is one dollar per : : V
I Yet all this will not cause the post- I to.come here. a man per fire attended, and one dollar -ADVERTIS.ERSL 1

May we be permitted to suggest mastershlps to go begging under a per, month for -practice work during- "
that good portrait. are Democratic administration. This is certainly an exceptional op- the month-this, one, can readily see, '> "
portunity for the sick and afflicted to TAMPA FLORIDA ,
reminder relatives .. .
most happy to wouldn't: pay for damage to clothing
the services
secure of the foremost
lend and Christmas friends at Thanksgiving time. The- Resolutions of Sympathy Specialist of the day at their very alone. It should therefore prove a --, -.. -- --, .- -' -.-- - w
good portrait carries with it Whereas, God in his infiiiitu wi-- door. The Doctor has devoted yearsto matter of appreciation to the public I II I II 111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 111II11III1 1 11111111 1 1 1.1 ii. i
a world of good thoughts. It d'/rr has seen fit so remove (tom this the study and treatment of chronic I to have a department of this kind con., |

Is the always welcome and high.J1' life into the life everlasting our be- and. special lie is diseases a graduate of men of a and leading women. I, sisting of young fellows willing to do Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty-::';| ,

W prized gift. that loved sister, Mrs. Melissa Carson, and I college and hospital of the world, and for the pleasure of doing? and asking
ewant to assure .
you
we are prepared to give you the Whereas, we believe the God of wis- offers to the sick and afflicted the only the proper equipment with whichto WHITE BiRtoTZE : .; ;

best work in the latent approved dom makes no mistakes, therefore, be I most advanced treatment that the do the work efficiently and with, is' the most enduring : ' t '1t'r '
world affords. mpnumant ;
designs, and that early or- -
your it resolved, the least amount of danger to prop-
der fur portraits will\ innure you Isis has been the marvel of made. Will not moss-grown- '
success get -'
well life and limb'to the
the perfection of careful attention First, that the members of Will Jacksonville. lie has effected cures erty as as ; 4 r
to deta.l. Bryan Chapter U. D. C. bow in hum- that seemed but little short of miraculous public.at. large as well; as themselves. crack or crumble. Is more' artistic : : : ,

Will you kindly phone or writea ble submission and deepest reverence but the Doctor modestly denies ALFRED A. TANO, and less expensive. '. s5a '
time for a' lttlnJ[? to the will of our Father in Heaven, I the supernatural, but attributesit Chief Fire Department.A '"

Respectfully, I who i in alike the God af Wisdom and wholly to his mastery of the cause Write me and I will call. F
of these old chronic ailments.Dr .
WILDER'S STUDIO the God; of Love. I :TOAST FOR THE NEWLYWEDS. : }
JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. 0.;
Farrow treats Catarrh, Eye Ear, ;: :.
I Second, that we as a body pace on Nose and Throat Troubles; and Bron- II. Edmund Swabey, the Kissimmeepoet in >
record this testimonial/ of our high esteem chial laureate, offers this toast to the f r
and Lung Diseases, Rheuma- -
for- our departed sister and our newly-wed, who have become nu- .
atism. Headache Sciatica and Lum
sorrow at the close of a career that merous in Kissimmee recently: a ,
bago. Blood Diseases, Deformities,
If want a was the embodiment of honor. That Spinal Troubles Piles and Rupture "Here's to the brides, th4 bonny 1, 1 .
you
we extend to the family of our departed brides "
\ without cutting. "
BARGAIN in an sister our heartfelt sympathy in No matter what your trouble may Also their hubbies by their sides; I "The Dixie Limited"The .
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this sad hour. be, we would suggest you call upon May you in the future years 1 j
ORANGE GROVE Third that a copy of these resolu- the doctor and have a friendly talk Steer safely through this vale of'i'j |

tions be sent to the family, also a copy' with him, as his opinion might be the tears!! I Morning Observation Car c
land to means of saving deal of ; '
or grow you a great 1
be furnished the local for s
papers pub- suffering. Hundreds of people have May the ills. of life not mar your Between *.J*
and lication. I found health and happiness in taking bliss
Oranges MRS. A. B. BRYAN, I I his treatment, and so can ygu. Is my sincere and heartfelt Jacksonville St. Louis and Chicagovia
MRS. L H. HICKS, ,

Grapefruitlee' MRS. LULU S..INGRAM, I REMEMBER. Farrow's Free i I Planning a Campaign WiSh'1 ,.t l i

fi Cqrn 1ttee. Treatment offer is good only for this I Representative Cox was the HarI,
BUCKLESs visit. lie offering his services free mon campaign manager l before the ATLANTIC COAST LINE
1 Skipping Unimportant Details. I to the first 25 that call during this Democratic convention met in ," ,! r
j first visit, charging only for the medi- more, and his little boy 'Balti-I 0 t
Rothwell Brown worked .
George fpr. The Standard Railroad of the South. "
T j cine. The free offer will not be given years, waa a great admirer of Miss '
several years as Washington correspondent -; again. Persona commencing treat- Genevieve Clark, the grown daughterof I LEAVES JACKSONVILLE DAILY 9:35 A. M. .'
(John White&Co. of the Boston Herald. Some ment after this will be required to the speaker of the House. One .

ILOUISVILLC. KY. time ago he was describing the vast : pay, but not one cent will be asked for day young Mr. Cox came I>XMatdlahed i087KlgbMtMrMprltepaU these first,twenty-five cases commenc- home .wearing a Clark campaign button v
amount of work he had to do'for that I DINING CARS
. '' ing treatment during this offer, except and waa chided for supportingthe
&: FURS' paper. :' for.the medicine necessary to ef-- wrong,candidate.
all4l HIDES.VTOO&V. "Why," he exclaimed, "they keptme feet a cure. Those having longstanding "Oh. that's all right, pop," said the
running around town so. much and complicated diseases, youthful politician. '. "I have fixed upa For Pullman reservation and tickets call on' ;) I'
.. --.e. that I was on the 'job a year before I : who have failed to get cured and have winning ticket.' I'm going to 'get I any Agent Atlantic Coast Line, or b
learned how to spell Massachusetts." become, discouraged, are especially, inr? the wem -au1fratre vote." .
I. vited, to, call,'aa: thousands who hate "How is that Vr asked Cox, Sit A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, # '. A. r, ,

Ball bearing for every ; movable Through telephone service between given up all hope can testify to permanent "I have laid out a plan," explained Jacksonville, Fla., Tampa, Fla. w 1
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t feature new- electric*automo- new York and Los Angeles ia promised : cure obtained. I the Bon. "to.'run Champ for presidentand ,
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by November. (
> .' ,J Advertisementtf',1 Genevieve for vice-president.' ,
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PASIt..'. e FRIDAY, JANUARY :17, ItlSI
4. VALL'EY GAZETTE. .1
n THE ISSIMMEE ,
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this. u 11. u MM 11111 u 11 in ii mi -
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I* vats companies cbarglnafor '.
What is Commission Form hospital the city: II /
10 .' There is no city ,
: ,.-..,,', ,Ai,\; .. sending the needy to private ina itu- I 2

..... Lions.when-they apply:for-help. .j
Government for Cities? I Thank
I. : And finally, up to November the I We Wzshto: .,

""" town had no laws regarding the, Inspection -- _. ii I*
w : >=wiio1-i and't?ttlkaBuytheproper ; -- .. ,
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"-.., NOT ,-A CHANGE IN TilE GOVERNMENT OF AFFAIRS FOR KIS kind of ordinance has now I It ,

SIMMEE IS BEING .AGITATED., AND MAY BE PUT BEFORE TilE been passed and steps will bo takento .N

Back' in the ?t' PEOPLE FOR DECISION AT..THE NEXT $LE rION.-IT IS DESIRABLE enforce it, : : Our many friends and customers B.

I THAT TilE ELECTORS BE INFORMED ON-THE.SUBJECT SPRINGS HAS IT

.Musty Pages of .THE SUBJOINED ARTICLE BY MILTON- W.. BRONNERY Colorado COLORADO Springs, with 20,000 peo- I for their liberal patronage for theY 10'past' '

HELP THEM TO AN UNDERSTANDING OF IT. '
:Legendary ple, the Newport and Saratoga of year and wishing all a prosperous \ :
-- II Centennial state, was the first large .

\ town in the commonwealth to adopt New y' -ear.
:History _. James_"Bryce,: ,British! ambassador I to the people. For instance, |:he day commission government. And immediately '-and a happy!

..a and' on, thro' all ages up to to the Unjted States nce-8&id-'ihe'!I before 'the market' opened,* potatoes -in' probing<< 11 ie 'caUse'J>Dul 1 .
< the present time. No tory of great conspicuous failure of this country sold for 65 cents a peck. The' next
o' ,-.Strife"' Love come upon-the romance of water. j
or Intrigue
-or 1
was in the government of our I day the same grocers charged 40 and
e other Interesting event ofman' People back in Ohio with their j
philandering on this old cities. j 1 60 cents great rivers, their lakes, their abundant Kissimmee Furniture Co. \ \
mud Hundreds of With 150 farmers in
ball. has been complete and thousands our mu- I over bringing rainfall hardly realize// what I .
can
without" the ever recurring tea nicipalities still continue uwler the I wagons and with a business of $10,000a arid and Phone 52 ; ;
region
'pot. water means in an
hw old federal model of a chief executiveand week, the commission decided to .
To make life' battle seem especially when the resort'city of that
a legislative body consisting of : build a real market house for $50,000out '
like
beaut play and to paint a' curren't arid region wants to continue to attract i P. S.See our line of Ladies Desk in Oak, Early English, maple \ *
roe on every page of an upper and lower house. of revenues, and this is "
I ,, history we make, use Since Galveston in 1900 founded in pro"esfof completion now. wealthy residents. + and Manogany--also. our Office Desk's Chairs, Stqols, etc. t /.*./
I' .
commission government for itself in Resent High Taxct.The
i PERIWALLAThe 1 People Jet Water Cheaper. with theirhij'h .

the endeavor to rebuild after a tidal '' 2- -The water company under the voters, their were big disgusted bonded debt, and I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1I
,. Tea of Merit10c,15c,30cPkgs. wave laid it prostrate, and since Des old regime had smooth sailing. taxes I'
Moines improved the plan, some 200 | The commissioners by ordinance with Republican ring rule, but it was .
i
famine that I
r American cities, scattered in all I u threatened water
partsof reduced the price of water to
consumers -
.. 11 SOLD. the country, have adopted the plan, from 30 to 20 cents per 1,000 brought things to a head. I I I I I . Ull . I I .1 I . I . . I I I I I I I IJ I . . . . II' ;,
ONLY BY
The town had spent over three million -
r hoping to cure the defect$ Bryce complained gallons, but this oaf beaten in the ,
THE WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S of.Ward'Syslem. I dollars for a waterworks system.It .
courts, the claiming this cut
is Done Away With. would not company enable it to make 6 percent had five reservoirs, one of which FERTILIZER IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS f '

a What, then, is commission govern- : on its investment. Under a was 12,000 feet above sea level, thenext : .

ment? In most cities it consists of state law, the commissioners are now 10,000, and so on. The people [ '

:it- Main Phone Store-Broadway 250 a mayor and four commissioners. putting into motion steps by which a I wished for a capacity of two billion i Distinctive ,Quality, Count For a* Much in Fertilizers as Any t ..){

:r': North Kissy-Bass Corner I They are elected from the city at valuation will be placed on the water gallons of water. : Other Article. Efficient Service Likewise Has .Its- Value. )

:t Phone 196. I large, thus doing away with the old I plant and it will ultimately become Then came the spring of 1!08, whenthere | .
L' Pine Box-Mabbette Street foolish ward i were no rains in the mountains
system. i I city property.
.." ry1', Each official thus elected" takes :i! :'i-The commission tot after the I round about Pike's Peak. The town FAVORITE FERTILIZERS: | I
.I cut off the sprinkling of lawns III
T charge of a particular branch of the gas company, cutting its price from
city government, thus centering responsibility I $1.00 to !110 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. [ threatened to cut off water for baths, are made to give results-not to sell at a low price. The difference -

upon himself, so that the j: This corporation also] at once rushed I and just when things became very in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will i more
I voter knows whom I serious some life-saving rain came in than be made in yield.
exactly to to ap- into the courts. The htate tribunal I up your

l ,., TITLE ply for relief from a given situation.The ''d.cid'd in favor of the city, wherefore July. Careful attention to every little detail promptness always, I,
Business Gets; llusy.
I
mayor and commissioners make the next rush was made to the I and a high regard for your customers'wishes have helped to

4 GUARANTY the laws and enforce them; they appoint I federal courtsthe claim being that and Hut their the business three organizations men were aroused looked, make us and our famous Fertilizers-the Favorite brand in such

all the officials hitherto elected) the ordinance is confiscatory of theeorporation's 1 great demand.
waterworks conditions, found
r+. by cities and have the power to dis- into
COMPANY ( property. that ]less water was in the reservoirs I | I .
--.,- -- charge them. They run the city for 4--The commission has employed] than was claimed, and recommended I INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANYJACKSONVILLE. ;
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the-'voters just-a-b..u'' rorpQrfltiQn-.c.QunbcJ: a for- :that .tincity hold u_barter. convention I FLORIDA
Guarantees the Title to Lands, ors run a corporation for the stock mar attorney general of the state andis
holders. I and adopt the commissionform t, Agricultural Chemical Insecticides. Mixtures. ,
Special
Prepares Merchantable Ab- trying to show that the street car of -- -
government.
tl tract* of Title to Timber and Centralization of Tower. company, instead of having a perpetual This was done, but in \JOH.! <)! while I J. M. LEE Agent!' '

Colonization Tract anywhere There is thus the greatest centralization franchise as it claims,, has no the matter was still pending, occurred!

of in the hands of rights at all. .
a
in Florida. power a second chapter in the romance of
few, as against the old federal system The company, "spurred' by this, has i! water. j
.
,_ of checks and balances, where one officer I improved its service. Also it was < The little town of Victor needed . ---.- .r,,

was set to watch another. Some kept busy in the last legislature fight- water. One night some irresponsiblemen \
cities rely publicity alone ing a new law which would give the
upon as a
Titles came over to the Colorado restrvoir -
to
..s City'Lots-- city the right to condemn and I
check upon the commissioner '. Most takeover , hound and gagged the cStre- ,I.

I EXAMINED PROMPTLY.. cities, however, rely upon four great the street car systems. 'taker, turned a valve and-and got SPRING
BOOK
checks 5-Dance halls are given CITRUS '
: city rec-
|: 25,000,000 gallons of water for their .f'
The Iniative whereunder ognition. The commission sends '
upon pe- a ,, town. rnllllm
tition of number of policeman and a matron to each for I I
a specified voters | Turn Over in Politics. |I'I
':ii LEWIS O'BBYAN, Manager, any measure they desire can be placed the protection of young girls and* to I But all that was changed when the I Full Crops Half Drops

is KIsBimmee Office. before the commissioners, if they see that the dances are carried on in I people of this Republican town turn- ; Which ? ?>

do not adopt it, can be made the law a proper manner. The dance hall ed in and elected a Democratic mayor I I ay

h by an affirmative vote of the peoplein proprietors pay into the city treasurya and two Democratic commissioners.The | This booklet gives the reason for spring fertilizing, description of I'

a the following election. fixed sum which provides for these capacity of the waterworks was I I / formulas) to be used, the amount, time, and mode of application. Sent j

sk; Head Office:. BUbee Building, The Referendum, whereunder upon special officers. increased. The amount of water on i on request. I l+

Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: petition of the people an election is 6-Over the protest of big business hand was run up from a quarter of a IDEAL methods have made the banner groves. t

a Kiasimmee, Fla, Fort Myers, held in which the people can defeat adopted and over 100 of -these have billion to nearly two billion gallons '
;
Flit, Arcadia' Fla SEED IRISH POTATOES
been installed. '
any measure adopted by the commis- the price to hotels, laundries and rail- .

ulnnera and rinerfted obfaction&bla- hv-w Upon an unused cemetery propertythe .rnad"____: UTall..__ _In"n__._.._._..._"_, ti.aa,..__ :..".&.. .ein. "'__ Choice Selected) Stock
I'- I the voters. city raises corn and oats for its Write for Prices.
i 000 to the revenue; and free water to I
-- -- The Recall,'by which the people can horses, and proposes to mine the coal politicians was cut off..__ Let us send you our booklets Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables" ,
aasst' vote the removal from office of a which underlies this same tract. Little' playful pranks like those of '. \ '

1) commissioner deemed negligent or dis- Streets Clean. the Victor citizens were stopped by WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

The New honest in the discharge of his duties. & the mayor's stern instructions the Manufacturer of x
TJie
: commission
t. has arranged I
if .;.J.-! Test of Merit is Provided. of a guards at the reservoir to shoot at I IDEAL FERTILIZERS '
system street cleaning which really
Civil Service regulations, whereby prowlers first and ask questions after- I \
cleans, the "white ,
wings" getting on JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Home BakeryDARLINGTON subordinates are appointed only after the job early, as do the street sprink wards. I

passing qualifying examinations' and lers. And finally there was trouble for I Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co':

whereunder they are retained in' the 9-The commission secured the the Colorado Springs Light, Heat..&..

AVENUE city's employ regardless of administration building of Power Company. .
r a viaduct from South Des

i, ,, Moines to the city proper, thus eliminating ] Got Water Free.
S Makes Commission government is admit- That concern halt secured ------ ---- - _.
fran- --
., as good some of the most dangerous a '---- -
tedly a scheme to substitute business grade crossings. chise for the free use of the city

;BREAD methods for political chicanery; to water as it flowed from
.... 10-The commission bought tractsof one reservoirto
exchange non-partisan for partisan land fer playgrounds in the section another. The original understanding -

{ PIES.CAKES. rule; to give to any citizen so"minded where the workers live. was that the corporation was to

a chance to run for office regardlessof l 11-Finally there is an achievement use this power to help out what it S. FLOYD

the will of any boss, clique, gangor about which there is dispute. generated by coal. .

_ ," corporation.In The government had the idea of a But while coal was cheaper and the

as any Bakery in Florida. some cities, as in New Orleans, municipal group plan and a city beau new city government found that city

k the same old crowd has retained I tiful. The Des Moines[ river runs water. was'being wasted.

r power. In others, as in Republican through the town. This was stopped and already the GrocerGet

J. H. REED Topeka, Kans., Democrats have come citizens
1 Proprietor On the West Side, near the river are being educated to look

into control of the government.But bank, was located the public library, forward to the time, ten years hence,

here is a significant thingnocity the river itself was shallow and showed when this water franchise expires.

has so far shown a disposition ugly sandbars. It was crossed on Then the city reservoirs in their flow our prices on '

to go back to the old federal form. the way to the state capitol by will turn turbines which, will gener-
I ugly
,4 PURE BRED POULTRY There is general feeling that the | old,, bridges. The river banks were ate electricity for the city's own use. HAY GRAIN FEED

new plan is capable of being made I lined with shacks and bill boards. Recognizing the high cost of living, ,
1 more quickly and honestly responsive I the .
There new government has
was a lawn in front of the'library voluntarily
Breeders of highest type Black to the will of the people, and so to be I{ but people were not allowed to- raised the wages of its day laborers which we make a specialtydid

r Minorcas: White Leghorns, Cornish held on to. linger there. 25 to 50 cents each per day. r
r Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds II. I -
Japanese Silkies; White Muscovy and Commissioners erected on the East For Day of Rest.

pit ) Mallard Ducks. High class breeding THE EXAMPLE OF DESMOINES. (i Side a $350,000 stone municipal build- It has also referred to the people

l*I'' respondence stock; Day old solicited.Chicks; Everything Des Moines, a prosperous capital ing, the first one in the world erected for vote next April a law that will location, good neighborhood. We I+>HoO OH-O

a absolutely guaranteed as representedOr city set in the middle of 'a big corn I for a commission government. They give to every man, woman and child are offering this large lot at the very H UOO U 0.0.00.00'0'''

money refunded. field, which is the state of Iowa, has I secured influence which brought the who works in the city, one day out of

d.,"' THE secured lots ol free advertising be- new postoffice building to the West every seven as a holiday. Close-in Resident Lots. t t FOR SALE !
OAKS
POULTRY FARM Two desirable J
t cause following Galveston, it evolved Side, near the library. Finally, showing how flexible is the lots very close-in resident !
one of which is
NEW SMYRNA FLORIDA the commission a corner lot.
government plan charter, the people wanted These '
{ 2-13t Beautification. an anti- lots are on the water, sewer "4

which has been generally accepted as They removed the shades-__n _anti_ _Kill-;..._ saloon] law. They-, initint_.H______" it.-. T..<. > and electric light lines. Located three FARM
'n n
---t # a model by the most of the 205 cities I boards, terraced the banks, sodded commission refused to pass it. It and one half blocks ,from Broadway

which have abolished the old federal I them' and placed benches in this nat- then went to a vote of the people and I and school.two blocks Just the from pla'ce Osceola for High I and Orange Grove

I'' DANCING CLASSES system. ural park where the people were made was carried by 44 majority.So home. We are offering these lots"a fine for 300 Grapefruit and $
But
more interesting than the form welcome. The old bridges were replaced commission government has enabled a short time at a very low price and 70 bearing; Acres Cle/red', .,
y under direction of of its government, as such, and more with handsome concrete people to have abundant water on easy terms. Call and we will show Acres Good'ix25 Land Shore 40. ,
ones. On North
MRS. J. D. WOODBECk interesting than its elimination of The river and no liquor. them to you. of East Lake : ,
Tohopekall.
was dammed that in View
so the 39tf H. .
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atFIREMEN'S politics, is a record for social service: water covered the sand-bars. BREAKER & CO._ of, St. Cloud, Fla. y,

HALL 1-Under the auspices of Mayor beautiful civic center wag created. A Nice Home Close to Lake. Truck and Citrus Ftuit Land. D. S. AUSTIN '
James Hanna, who used No. 460-A new 5-room .cottage, No. 462-seven and one-half _
Monday to
be
Evenings
- 7:30 to 9:00 a school But with all this two acres ,
splendid record of large lots, 50 x 164 feet of the best:) truck
each. and Y
Thursday teacher fruit land NARCOOSSEH
- 7:00 to 8:30: the town tried out the schemenew achievements in ; FLA. S
splendid
Des Moines also has well of artesian water, fif Kissimmee Park. This land is in = '4 l?!
tp l LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH to Des Moines-of having teen bearing trees. proximity to the
a some black marks. It is 'singularly orange Call and lake. Call on us and TOMATO ,,;
4, Private 'instructions desired at public market where the producer lax with regard to health conditions. see this proposition. price $1,200. we will put you in touch with the 1 PLANT. '
1 ''; special rates. sold his Wares directly to the con- NO vital statistics 24tf. H. M. BREAKER & CO. owner; you can deal direct with him. shall New have.eyeral Globe million Livingston
births tomato .
regarding This plantii for
property is offered Cale "
sumer. at a great re ready about Feb. 1st. '"
'It -., .... and deaths are kept. There is no No. Splendid Residence Lot. duction from what land in this locality per'tbou.an4. 11.40 for 10.000 Price tots.1.10 and ';
It is claimed 20 per cent was saved 463-Fine large, vacant corner! is for. pu I am allO h.adQlJarter.
public selling
for ; ,
sweet
.r, tf.1 garbage disposal system, pri lot, 80x147( *, feet, close to lake, Splen- ,24-&! H. M. BREAKER CO. potato sUp.. Wrtte. lor catalogue" 'f8', .
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'FRIaA\Y'JANUARY\ : '17. '1.13 ,'\ . . THE :ICISS'IbIpiRB., VALLEY, ,GAZETTE'Ek' l! _'lARL; _

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t'' OF FIRE: LADDIESKlSSIMJMEE For January 19th C, E., societies KISSIMMEE< VISITOR I Cough CoHSoreThroat r r"
end Baptist; .Unions' will learn, ""How tY,

This Store Will: Hereafter i we can better, our' prayer-meetings.." -- .

Matt 18418-20. 'Thisja a vitalsubect ---- ... -
VOLUNTEER FIRE ) :'and one,we arc,all personally in- REMEMBERS WHEN HORSE RACING '
DEPARTMENT'rIIl crested in. I. Sloan'd liniment gives:
DS REGULAR ,
Deliver Goods Fr"eeby ; GRACE A. TOWNSEND." AND BULL .FIGHTINGWERE quick :relief for cough, cold, .,
OFFICERS. -,, I., '
ELECTION LEGITIMATE Hoarseness, sore ,,throat,
nterlachen[ Jan. 13, 1913., < :. SPOR9 croup, asthma, hay .fever ,

semi-annual meeting 0KISSUUfEE* *, and .bronch, .A. .

Parcels I Post :; \ Kissimmee The Volunteer' Fire Department of the' When your business' care and, wor- JT,,M.,.Windstanley known by'his intimates Mm, JLLBCBT HERE'S W.Paiom.otJVfdoBU PROOF. ,.

:, .' held' evening and lies as "Dad," now of Kansas, but KtuuTwriM*I M W* tiMBloMt1*L11m.n.1a -''
was Tuesday th.family ana Hod U w.--!
4 II after' the regular;,'Order of business, Almost fell you in the"fight- formerly of: .California,. I. again.in. ..lira* r.U.f torootd*.tnt wdyrm.r...., i
_. ' Days are filled .nth'stocks .u ".toope >ougMn< is
declining
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u. ,
''''' the KissimmeAJDad .Imo
---1.- held1
., , .> 1 election of officers was and Sag &aBu j.
.1", I Dreaming scarecrows all the night .. was California in."the daysof
ollowingjofflcer. ( .elected for:,the
if .. q were '
-. -. -... -Beainnius"uow-o t'friends"who"are""at"a""dutance caB, S th ih cTai:* ensuing, sixmonths: Captain,>Jas. C. Vhen your' ';' are k d to pieces old, the'days of gold cf forty-nine." SLOANSLINIMENT Ii
fettling offers any ease, When the Spanlards still owned vast
tuckets;'1st Lieutenant, J. Chambers; : .
,
Clothing and Furnishings by Parcel Post and we; will prepay pottage 2nd Lieutenant, C. D. Cain.' You need Southward for a tonic- tracts of land, al80'cattle., sheep,and

roil ,everything, $1.00 and more in value, expecting though, if.. good Two candidates were admitted to And KlssimrneVs .yours' to'pleas. Norses galore. He was there when "
horse racing, cock and bull fighting ..
'
membership and the application a ,
are returned, that the returner stand the return expense. third referred to the Investigating If it ever yet shall,happen to say nothing of target shooting and \

Such a boon you may enjoyDo foot racing In the mission San Jose RELIEVED: SORE THROAT..
Committee for action and .
report. .. ...... Mod.IJo,na..
not let some shrewd deceptionAll and elsewhere were the chief Sun- M. L. D. 01
After the Department meeting, the 9riJ "I bough'ox.bottl.peyourti r r t
t. the l happiness destroy I day amusements. Stakes were then' Unlmra*and Udld mall th.good I* \
We Will Deliver Anywherfeany social organization proceeded with the world. My' 'hro*w..wy or ,
their semi-annual meeting and elec : Bide no other course before youLet counted out in, 'gold "slugs" of the andl$..... ou 01 "'J boob:. Ire

package weighing not more than J(1( I pounds by mail. By this tion of officers, with the following re- delight its height appease.Luy .-. ,value of $50 each, also (20 pieces, and COLD. AND CROUP. 1
GOOD FOR
method you can have the tame advantage in your Clothe buying as sult the election of each being unant a ticket for Kissimmee; thousands upon thousands of dollars MB.W.H.*1'aAJco.,*TM EtaJT""*. A
It is always to 11U WrlA tJtl.
v i ,
please. aced blanket
Jas C. Buckels V. yours were r upon a' which <: ATnna Chicago
imous: Prest., ; P.tE. boy n..' door had oroup. I gav. .
your' city friends.THIS C. Roberts Secy., J. C. Chambers; I was spread upon the ground and actedas th. mother 81......'. Unlmwt *o >iT8b > 5
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For Kissimmee, pretty city, the "bank to be for eav. blur thro drop on. afar
Treas.C. D. Cain. I competed' by before nlnf t* bed apd k P tip II
The following committees were ap-4 Where the fruits to golden change, the different contestants.. Horse .I,vlUiuut UM. croup la Uw a orulagPrIoep2ao.woo.s1 ."
Kissed by smiling sun in winter,' racing I in those good old times was'a .oo
to served during the ensuingsix
TELLS YOU WHAT TO DOFill ponited '
months Bathed with ocean breeze the range, fair, legitimate sport. T
: Leave the cold and frigid winter, I Dad is always welcorffed here. He >Sloan'sTreat ',
out the coupon printed in connection with this ad. and forward it Entertainment Chairman A. A. !**
Leave the fret, the fume and freeze is a genial companion, and his talk is on the"Horne
to u*. If you have no account with u., either tend u* tome good Cain Tano,;.J.Ira C. Best Chambers., .Sam Lupfer, C. D. Buy your ticket ,to Kissimmee; .. typical of the early California days, 'aeotfrN. t'

It is always to please. when the raised their stand .
references or enclose money order. When you need anything in our Investigation Chairman, E. C. yours pioneers 7.
ard of the "Grizzly Bear, ," and conquered ] r # Addtw 'I'/ >
line and can't visit the tore, just write or ,telephone u* and we will Roberts; Gr D. Cain. 11 Whetael.: Let no fickle fancy fool if for Columbia the fairest ,
you. gem I
Finance C. D.. Cain
tend it om approval All'goods we tell are'at the lowest possible, prices Edward Newton-Chairman. II. Whetzel.Officers' ; 3r your happiness beguile; J in her diadem, according to "Dad." I '

you can always depend on the quality of Toole Clothing and every- and committees' reports The South is,warmly. waiting..you, I I. !I s1 .. ,
And you need.lts sunlight smile; QUILL' "
where Toole U known a* tke' Home of Correct Dress, featuring such showed the organization to be in ex- i Let no cause thwart the intention, ,

and cellent shape with prospect brightfor Come to sunshine rest and ease- :::: ;:: d
.goods at Christy and Knaph-Felt Hats, Boydea Shoes, Rofer-Peet a better showing: in the futur
Buy your ticket for Kissimmee; I.
Frnkanf Broi., Clothes ,etc., etc It is always yours to please.A. .

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR N. Howell. FOR RENTOne r
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HERE AND ELSEWHERE.We six-room house. f,
Honor Roll for Whittier School.
I One four-room' house.' . ','
SPECIAL SALE PRICES greatly appreciated the kind Bertha Williams, Gertie Bass, Anna I
Bass, Dasie Bass Don Bass, Ruby The Secret Oat. ,
words spokert of the C.F secretaryin Five and ten-acre tracts adjoining' :
last week's number of the Kissimmee Haisden, Bertha Baisden, Leon Godwin \I city limits. "Why are taxes so,high this year!" !,
Tom Godwin Inez Godwin, Otis '! I demanded the indignant citizen.: . !

-- -. -BEING-OFFERED.. Tt cheery Valley I"U"justiYr Gazette. from State-' Spllgrs: ,..Tom Starling._ ---- -.- ;. Bargains'!._in! Citrus Groves. .____ -"WH1 you wiislder-tt-cotafldentiaHf... -mow "

Junior Supt. Ruth Wyandt, reads: --1 r I tell you ,why; T* whispered the clerkin rv

"School has just been fine this year Chauncey L. Hawthorn, brother of ', Mrs. LL Wells the county treasurer's office.
Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown arrived Saturday I "Yes, sir.", .
is full of
so ,far. Every new day ( to spend the winter with Mr. "We need the money."'
pleasant work and time certainly flies. and Mrs. Brown. Mr. Hawthorn has j Phone 118 Will on Building "
Weather is so delightful now." Miss just completed a course at Tjifts Col- London has 200,000 telephones and .

Wyandt is the school teacher at Lake lege, in Massachusetts. Hi. home fs the daily number of calls average one' > wand
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Mt. Pleasant, O. million. '
Mao-dalene. She has a long walk a quarter ..... r#

Fill Ont Thi Coupon and Mail to Ut. ; each day to her scholars and much e

: home work to do besides. But look-

Chest {under coat)____________ Hals____________ ing on the bright side it is beautiful


::r.a.N, Waist (under vest)____________ Hosiery________ .aDd should easy.endeavor This to is live.the way we all OUR GLASSES ARE EASY .t : .#. .. : :,
I The Presbyterian society of De '

Inseam of Trousers __...________ Underwear------- Land joined in the getting of the sec- I
retary's machine. Those contributing -
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Shoes ....__________ Collar_______.___ sent a Christmas booklet with -
their inscribed. Miss Margaret we't!
names
to wear and splendid to see with., When

Shirt ______nnn Gloves________ Taylor Fisk, is president.secretary and Miss Miss Frankie Flora examine 'you for glasses: we also note your-, .....

Shadden is superintendent of their features in order that the glasses we'supply '
the first three.,measurement* are -- "t
Clothe '
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-jn ordering Junior society
; I'll will be at the same time comfortable,' becomei ';, .
Mr. and Mrs". E. Strother and : > i,>f{ \ i f: ,
the latter's father, Mr. Cameron. OP \ mar!and 'helpful.;!' Comes andj bejexsrnine' ;: ; ". \\1 ,i iv

&TS* I when enroute to the Winter Bible :' c Properly: I fitted'glasses"mesa roues; to youj F"";. ,Ii '

at' January ,
school Leesburg; spent \
5th pleasantly in Jacksonville. That -

evening young people of four church wr. .. ,.' h .r
_________ ____ t,
Address ___ -------------------- denominations held a union servicein ;}

their honor and became more interested .. j

in foreign missions as these

employees for the United Society of Jeweler and : .
1
Christian Endeavor told of their experiences C A C OLE' ,
in China. i.JI' I

.Christian Endeavor is flourishingin OptometristIfi 1
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Northeastern district. De- i>
Pomona,
j. ,
TOOLE ,
L. C lightful socials are planned frequently s' .J i

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and programs gotten up with care *

which means instructive services for - *j
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each Sunday evening prayer meeting. '

CLOTHING Miss Mary Morrison is .secretary and 0

the district secretary, :Miss\ Edith !Ii Ii!fi lyY1Y1! ! !Ii trfirf1! !Ii 1y1y1! ! 1y1; Y; !Iifi! 1Y1! !Ii !Ii!Ii!Ii 1y1! !Ii ty1y1y1y1y1! ; ! !Ii 1y'1y1y1y1yfy1!: ; ! !Ii Yi'J..

Krook, president of these Congrega- 'J
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tional workers of Pomona. !Ii. '_

COMPANY "The Star-Reporter" of Orlando Ifiifi ifi . 1
told in its last week's paper of the ,

Sunday school room nearly completedfor Why Ruin 'Your Eyes ? Sfiifi ,
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; 1517.1921 Laura Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. the Presbyterian church in that "'
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Endeavorers, IT .
city. We are glad the ill

11111 11 111111 11 11 f' till 11111 11111 11111 III both grown-up and children will now x The. Trust is Busted ifi :
have a -pleasanter place to hold meet-. ,
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came to Florida, and gladder still that ings.Quartet blank time, for the third I :;n !Ii;{.' + .t'",

NARCOOSSEE LANDS I found this section for I believe i It quarter of the State year came with ft! e', (

DEMANDPARTY I to be the best section of the State. It New Years. Most of our district I tf! .!ifiifi : }.

\ ARE: IN BIG seems to me that things just grow secretaries and junior superintendentshave !Ii decision of the Supreme Court. A new plan of selling ha*.been in- .:J '

here without any attention whatever much bother by local workers in !Ii' : '
augurated. WE ARE MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. Selling price II yt ,. .
I have but one fault to find, and I am .
for
COMEINSI'ECT to these appeals
HOMESEEKERS delaying answers
OF not sure that this is one that can be information. An improvement in !:Ii established by -manufacturers. Every. lamp tested before delivery. !ifiifi; '

AND BUt AND ARE helped by the people here, and that !Yt ,,' o ; f!'
for **
this way.would be a good thing one "
WELL PLEASED.A is the high cost of many things hereas New Year's resolution.In Prices : fI
with the prices in : '
compared up my
the Tavares Congregational sen-
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Aa I going to come hereto ,
party of 33 prospectors which! arrived country.live shortly am I have been pricing ,' Wednesday ior society evening.they hold As meetings Christmascame on !ififi! 25 Watt____________$ .50 60 Watt_--:--__-:____$ .75 ifis; S

the latter part of. last welek i furniture and other things. I find that day their pastor, Rev. ; -.-. 40-Watt_,.________- .55Don't --- 100 Watt-==.:=IIO --
bound for Narcoos passed through that the cost of such articles here i is .
Phillips, who is a genuine C. E. pas- fiffi .
Kisaimmee this week on their return unreasonable- can buy the / Sfiw
you "
quite
ruin with the old-fashioned bulb which
burns
in
the tor, gave them the first Sunday your eyes more"juice" !
iti two of in !
to the North. There were same things for half the money
January, entire evening. Then they than the Mazda. '
invest in the landsof with the ifi;
party who did not Ohio. But I am satisfied .
,
had the Christmas topic adn Miss .
the Narcoossee section, and they country; it's fine, and no mistake." $ '
Marion Duncan local and.central dietrict ifiw
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were, not expected to buy as they ; ,
junior superintendent, led this !yt i"t
came along merely for the trip. Smith'announces the a
Mrs. Llllie C. !Yi')4.
Lfiifi
meeting.
holiday .
Among those who, purchased were engagement of her daughter, Elma, L .i' '
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E.: W. W. Carson This announcement Rev. Geo. B. Waldron, formerly pas -Ii"
O. E. Mitzel, of butler 0., F., Tyler to '
of Bethany, 0., and will be of much interest throughout tor of the! Congregational church in ."
and J... O. Wyle ,
I Osceola Hardware
the State. The social prominenceof but
Sanford, now superintendent for Company :
I
A. W. sLawe, of Hamilton. O. ifiifi
to: the contracting parties causes thjeir! work of ,his Church denomination In ? IfiW ,
"I was Just preparing, togo expected marriage to be an event
"when will be anticipated with pleasur- Florida,'was a welcome guest recently -', "
Mitzel which
CaUfornit, said Mr. "
''Ii' .
some of friends adiyised HM to able interest. Miss'Smlth,Is a young in the.secretary's home at Inter- : '... ifi. '

my I and I saw ,woman of much personal attractiveness lachen. He will attend our State con- t ;Rll.a.- ., :

see and,Florida I bought firsU atarm-anet, came I am corninghere son is and a gentleman individuality t>f,unimpeachable and Dr. Car. vention It' it. date does not conflict !Ii! ilili! Yi Yi Yi Yi Y.; $ !fifi!Iili! ifi! Y1ilililili! ! Yi. ili! ! i! fi !Iii t : ;

to live. I am glad that I character." with field work. planned. ftt-the' foster .A. '" i1 ,/ 11, gfe. "If,.,, \.
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:' t bAtr KlfisiNlfMEC GAZETTE ,
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I 'ifti \LECTURES .. .. .. ........ !Ii!Ii Yi. !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii !Ii !Ii !ffiSI! .': -

*. > \, : KIsstoHflee. Valley Gazette f' H COURSE : THE dAZETTE INDUCED :, !Ii !Ii '

..- 1M ,: ,-- , .- ---_ : 'EDITORIAL ,- CHRISTIAN CHURCH < HIM TO INVEST. !Ii ..ANN0LTNCEMENTS.5 !Ii"Ii
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.PUBldSHEDEVERY FRIDAY ",
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'Office In I : Casaopoiis, Jlich.Jatu: 4, 13.; I !Ii"
Valley Gazette Building -
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"KISSIMMEE, 'OSCEOLA COUNTY; Kissimmee Valley Gazette Kitsimmee !Iililililifi! !
; I FLORIDA. I' JOE-HUGHREESE 1I -- HOMER 'Tr-WILSON.. BEGIN_ > *, ,.JPUa.,__ ?__ .
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Dear Sfr'Yo;;; '* "favor---* '; ))1"
: SERIES' MONDAY EVENING + of the 17th wit. received. I I h--rebY announce my "candidacy'; ,
W. B, HARRIS., ., Publisher. the office of
s 4 thank you for the information for re-election to' City ,
CONCLUDING NEXT SUNDAY.Rev. me and I arn; more inclined Marshal. '
A.li' communications, except' from I The World Continues to Love a Lover < you gave than' ever to investigate <> tf-pd F, W. PITTMAN "

'our' authdrizedcorrespondents:, must A. )I. Chisholm announces an the city of Kissimmee and the < '
be signed by the writer., unusual intellectual treat for the peo 4 surrounding country. Please < For Mayor.\ J
send me the Gazette for three <> :We are uthorlzed to announce th.. < : :
1 ,ReJett.ed' matter will not. be returned Newspaper readers have noticed during thejy tk at least two items that pie of Kissimmee in a course of lee! 4* months. I will be Interested in name of FRED W,. BASS as a candidate ;\
42 unless called tures to be given at his. church by arid <
for. < a farm there perhaps some
for the office of Mayor of Kis .
aroused .that human interest which binds the race-with aUnity.which is equaled Homer T Wilson, one of the most gifted 4 city property. I am superintend-

Entered at .the:'Postofflce in KJs- only by.death, in the reaches of sympathetic embrace.So ' and magnetic men on the lecture 4 ing the public schools here and 4> simmee. 4'
*immee, Fla., aa second-class mail probably can not get down there <
: matter.' long as the happiest and the saddest of events that come to man" con- platform. Mr. Chisholm has heard -> till next June. Thanking you < i I At the solicitation of my many'

-i- tinue to bring around those most affected the felicitations and the condolences. Mr. Wilson and personally knows that < again for your courtesy, I beg to < friends, I hereby announce myself a' ,
FRIDAY JANUARY his testimonials are not overdrawn, -:. remain, < candidate for Mayor 'of Kissimmee- "
17, 1913. that
be
of his neighbors with respect to the nature of the case we may sure and that he is in truth a great speaker. Most sincerely yours, < City, and solicit your support. ",;

4 The current number of the PUb- inherent good still exists and hope for eternal salvation has not departed.In There is to be no charge at the .*> D. M. HALSEY Public Schools. <'C GEO. F. PARKER.

Usher's Auxiliary contains, a hand- the course of the week we have read that Mrs. Grover Cleveland and door. Mr. Chisholm has secured the Supt. 4 ,

: .. some half tone picture of A. Clifford' I her affianced husband were entertained at the White House. and !again that series of lectures on terms that make < 4 < 4 4. 4 < < 'C' 44 4. < < <> 'C' 4 I hereby announce myself aa a candidate 'i
this unnecessary. The first of the for Mayor, subject to the wilt '
Thompson, who Gould and her husband-to-be
incidentally, Is a the previously announced nuptials of Miss Helen
handsome .series will be given Monday) eveningat of the people at the ensuing election. h
; man. Thompson is publisher would be celebrated twentysecond.These WEHRMANN QUARTET '
of the January 7:30: o'clock, and the subject! will I respectfully ask your support. f.;
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Charleston S. C., Review
i and distinguished victims of the tender passions serve to impress and l h- "Sparks from the Anvil." This I JAMES W. LILLY. ,i I
was recently elected to the COMING SATURDAY
of his State. Thompson Legislature operated sustain the ancient aphorism that romance never dies and love lingers even will Lie! followed during the week, a .

a linotype machine on ClaudeL'Engle'a after the roses of youth have faded. There is aji appeal to the' universal "lecture each evening,"with such as the I II'namo SENATE HOLDS UP .'
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of Genius, "America's Un-
'ii; Jacksonville Sun in the fellowship in each case. for Frances Folsom and Helen Gould have been ;
year FOURTH NUMBER OF THE
ciowned Que'nIan's: Eternal] Brotherhood -I
; 1905. It ia no Grander to those who and the people will elllUS-j ALL APPOINTMENTS
for
- national (inures in the affections of the people years. ," "The Sculptors of Life," I
Knew mm tnat ne 'i i AXCHITURK: :
has
won recognitionamong now assert the right of that regard to see them happily mated and started down "If only we knew! ," The la>t lecture, j jTO
the people of his native heath.
.
3 --+- the rose-strewn path of their deferred;! Maytime.Mrs. Sunday evening, will be on "The Man HIGHLY INDORSED. THAT OF FRANK VANS-AGNEW

k Mayor Bryan's hope that his recOmmendation Cleveland as the wife of a former PresIdent. held a social position I of The(jalilee.lecturer" has the highest I POSTMASTER; AT KIS
recommendations -
for a municipal dock will that appealedlo all the youthful fancies of an ambitious maiden ; that she :I from The Wehimanii Quartet comes to \
the best known
have the early and earnest attention and bore all the outward peo- the school auditorium SIMMER AMONG TilE 65.
graced it with a personality of rare attractiveness I pie The late Senator Robert Taylor I Saturday even- ,
of Council will be seconded by all active she called her husband ing. The company is composed of
seeming of being supremely happy with "Uncle Clee as .aid of him, "He is an orator.iniong ,

citizens.that ia This an actual is one improvement argues nothing to support the impossible conjecture that she found orators" John Temple Graves young in women who cities have of charmed the audiences / A special from Washington saysthat I
necessity. country.
immersed in affairs and : say.s of him "He is big of heart, big many the Senate has held 65
the of public twenty
Thousands of dollars have been spent congenial companionship a man of brain They have appeared in ]lyccum and I up appointments -

I on other improvements that were not -vears her ------. All nature rebels aoamct- inch an union and all the arguments : "ere,"' magnetic, eloquent and sin- :j chatitauqua work extensively and have recently:' made by President -

needed aa much. It is impossible to of f convenience, position family fortune and adaptability cannot justify sucha I never failed to win the applause of Taft, and among them were five

c L provide at ,once all that, is needed in a marriage in ,the purview of the funny little God of Things as They Ought to I their audiences appointment Florida poslmastersbips of Frank Vans, one being the to-
Agnew
.' ,r rapidly should growing town, but an effort Be. Now and for the first time Frances Folsom is to be united to the ma..'of NEGROES PRESENTED With the IUartet of singers is areader succeed himself". Mr. Vans Agnew'a -
be
made to get those things I and accompanist, also a woman,
that are needed most and so work her mature and deliberate choice. FLOWERS TO OEEICERS of rare talent and pleasing presence. teim expired December 10. This act -.

: down the scale, beginniig at the top. Of somewhat the same type is Helen Miller Gould. It is quite needless for Holders of season tickets may haveseut.s ion on the! part of the Senate was anticipati.d -

;. A combined dock and boat house anyone of a cynical turn to suggest that a woman of Miss Gould's millions reserved by applying at Rob- in an article appearing in a

; would, it is likely, be a paying: investment could not have effected an alliance of social distinction. That kind of thing ,j i PLEYSING; AM) UNEXPECTED erson's drug store for coupons. recent issue of the Gazette when it
; for the was stated that Mrs. Bessie Bryan
city, and it wouldn't require is admit of discussion. She had reached the 'of I
too common to age unquestioned -,,
.3. any great amount of to rii: < i.MoM: ( 'look PL,VCK IN Simpson was an applicant for the-
build such money and independent spinsterhood before she succumbed to the promptings of I ODD FELLOWS HELD postmastership at Kissimmee. The :
a structure. '
<- Dan Cupid, and whom did she select? Not a railroad president or the head LKRH'S OFFICE. ( 'I'. HOUSE.) other appointments that are being i
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Since the Standard Oil Co. was- dissolved --- --of a large financial institution, >uTa railroad clerk with"a small salary: "a member -'' THEIR ANNUAL held up along] with the Kissimmeenintter -

'; as a trust by order of the Unit- of a church organization in which she was interested as one who has done A pleasing ceremony took place in are asfollow*-; -- -

ed States Supreme Court the prica much to help her fellow man to the perception and enjoyment of a higher I.' the Clerk's office at the! court house FOLLOWING) IMPRESSIVE CERE- John S Abbe II. Gtllecpiu;!at Sarasota in place, commission of Carrie (.
't of when) the officers
new
gasoline has risen county were m-
one hundred life.; Rut -yet A man of her own acre a nerson of similar tastes and trendof ;i' lulled in their offices. A I IONY< OF INSTALLING OFFICERS (expires January 26, 1913.C'harles I
i per cent. The trust problem is the respective
",. real menace, and the country is I spirit. delegation of negroes, headed by Rev. I FOR THE YEAR.'Ihe !' E. Hood, at Dunnellen, in i

eagerly awaiting the Wilson remedy. All the world loves, a lover, and the entire country will take an active interest 1 S, J. Johnson pastor of the A.: :M. r"ilturch :, place of George W. Neville, resigned.

That it will the of these marriages.It appeared with a t bouquet ofIs.s Charles C, Perk, at Brooksville, to :
prove more effective than and pleasure in witnessing consummation two I Independent( Order of Odd Fellow succeed! himself.

z -trust.the Roosevelt and Taft brands let us is the right of every person to be happy provided the means to that enddonot i the presentation for each speech county by official the preach, and II -, Lodge No. 74 held the annual' in- 2<>, 1913. Commission expireaJanuary ;!

transgress the proprieties or do violence to the established creed of conduct. i ciwas made to the assembled oflfiiersin tulliition and supper Wednesday even William C Smith to be his ownhuccessor ,
-+-- i ing.: C. I). Cane N. G., and Ed Rob-
The progressive: editors are going n-O- -- the Clerk's office. at Daytona; commission expires
('rtV. (G; and other officers .
I appointed
in for theira-Editor Claude L'Engle The speech was gracefully worded January 13, 1913.JUDGEMURPHY. f
- ia Congressman at large Editor I and well delneied. The were installed by District Deputy
; minister stated -
(;rand ]Master (J. D. Boone

:- George to Brazil Mathews; Editor Frank wahts Mayes to be consul wants I Pray, Let Us Reasonable I I i' (that'onvtthe he and best his wishes companions of the/ wishedI negro I by a large corps of past. grands: assisted from HOLDS :.

..- something, w., don't; know just what; i citizen!: to the incoming administration St. Cloud, After the installation the fiRST TERM OP COURTMANY
ili"dge repaired to Clayton Bros., ;
restaurant -
Editor; Zim 6f the St. Augustine Meteor und as a token of their good will I
Upon the of Democratic administration beginning to the I where Oacc-ola lodge had
wants ta be'postmaster eve a we are see prepared -
and there they had brought flowers to adorn the -
lines for conflict in and this conflict is be between the | oysters in various styles (or the
may be others. We are for them, no forming a Congress, to I desk of each officer. The speech was '
members and their OF TilE CASES WERE
matter what.they want. forces of a united Democracy, which in likhhood will be. split asunder before responded to on behalf of the county mal smoker guests. An infor- I
was enjoyed
: afterwards
the,first session is finished. officials by Hon. W. J.,Sea'rs, who assured I'.oone's best brands being the smokes CONTINUED BECAUSE WITNESSES .

t Occaaaionally an editor gets something There hat never been in the minds of those single-minded Democrats who the delegation o( colored citizens that wreathed the diners ,in delight. NOT SUMMONED.
I thrown his : '
way Gov. Colquitt that their good will was appreciated ,.
r "of' Texas-1: appointed R M.. Johnston," really believe in a tariff for, revenue only any doubt as to the kind of tariff The delegation was composedof 1 ,

'editor of the Dallas News, to succeed that should be levied to meet the demands of that declaration. There may be, Rev. S. J.'Johnson, James Randall, MRS. AULTMAN GIVEN Judge T. M. :Murphy convened the "

Senator Joe Bailey, resigned; Governor indeed, some hair-splitting as to how much tarii a certain commodity should L. L. Jordan, Pearl V. Johnson andL. first term of court Monday under hia ,

Donaghey of Arkansas appointed stand to make it a revenue tariff only and what difference exists between that Gauldin. I HONOR AS 'TRUSTEE. incumbency as County Judge. SheriffL.

Editor J. N. Heiskell of the Arkansas .' kind of a tariff and and a protective tariff but beyond such a question there is I II H. Ingram, the new sheriff, was

_fat ; Gazette deceased.to succeed Senator JeffDavis the plain and uncompromising demand, that the tariff must not be a protective I I present and opened court after the
Both appointments DR. HOLT PREACHED WILL RECEIVE DEED- TO CHAPTER time honored custom of calling, "Hear
_ !$ are for the interim term and their tariff. When these words are written the writer is aware that the Democratic ye," etc. The new prosecuting attor-'

tenure will expire March 4. They platform has something to say about'incidenta protection. but the framers of TO LARGE AUDIENCE HOUSE AS REPRESENTATIVE ney, II. D. Geiger, was on the job

: will have the honor of having been in that document knew that it were impossible to levy a tariff without giving incidental OF LOCAL OF A. W. L. early, and the new court started in
the Senate for three months, "and will for the grind.
) protection. There is a vast difference between such protectionas
receive in salary and peIuisites= There
t- about two thousand dollars that which must needs be incidental to the levying of'tariff duties and that METHODIST PASTOR ASSISTS IN (' were few cases of much importance -
: each. Editors I I Mrs. S. B. Aultman has been named but the number was considerable -

I all over the country* should feel I protection which inhibits competition. SERVICE AT BAPTIST CHURCH I II by Hart Chapter-of the American Wo- the docket being rather full,-

t grateful for this. The hosts are assembling in Washington. composed of the producers and I ,mens' I--D.n.a-- -- _SA_ trta__ __n._. tn__ .. 4....A but it was found that there were few

--9- manufacturers and their agents to keep the Democrats 'from placing certain SUNDAY LAST EVENING.Rev. deed to the chapter house property on of the number that could be tried.

1...; Oka Dr. has Norman sent the Miller]Gazette of a Durant booklet, articles of produce and manufacture on the free list or reducing the tariff behalf of the local chapter.The The prosecuting attorney was not

tssueI by the Chamber of Commerce from a protective to a revenue bas& The citrus fruit growers of Florida are A. J. Holt preached to a crowded American Woman's League was prepared on some of them and in some
f of his home town which proclaims house at the Baptist church Sun- organized byE.. G. Lewis, of Univer- cases the witnesses were not resent. -
preparing to send a delegation to the capital for the of the
Bryan county, in which Durant is located purpose retaining day evening, on the subject, "Why sity City, Mo., and a large number of Those cases that were ready for trial

i The to be the in Land of Opportunity. present duty.on their products; the pineapple growers will probably follow their Should Man Not Live a Thousand women all over the country were interested received prompt disposition, and the

the country pictures of the Bryan booklet is indeed show that attractive lead and do likewise; the lumber makers will be there too. until finally we Years 7"Because in the enterprise. A part of others went over until the next term.

and the commercial body deserves shall see every industry with which Florida it identified represented before the of the repairs in progress the plan as projected by Mr. Lewis ; There was only one case tried by jury,

$ Kissimmee much credit for its enterprise. committees-,.-all pleading for the tariff as it existed under a Republican administration Of) the Methodist church there were was the erection of club houses that of the negro Leonard for doing

and Osceola county ought no services in that house Sunday, and through a co-operative plan which he' business without a license, and the
to have something of the kind in circulation which was driven from power chiefly on account of its tariff
; worked out and court Instructed
at the present moment. Rev. J. D. Sibert, the Methodist pastor put into execution. verdict of not euiltv
iniquities. -
-4-- assisted Dr. Holt in the evening While the League flourished there

;( : A FATHER'S FAITH. There are Democrats who will stand by the tariff which affects their serviceand a number of the Methodist i were thirty-eight of these chapter +

-' Editor Frank Harris, the veteran respective States and there are others who will stand against anything excepta congregation were also present. houses built, and Kissimmee was PRAISE FOR TilE COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS J

of the the Christmas Florida edition press announced in straight Democratic tariff. Thus will the line be drawn: and we are destinedto Dr. Holt] delivered an exceptionallyable among the towns in the United States i .

of his paper witness sermon, del ing with the creation possessing a woman's club of sufficient .
similar
that
that he had presented his son, Frank a contest to between the Republicans on the one hand -- -
Harris, Jr., with a half interest in the and the Democrats on the other. and constitution of man, picturing himas : enterprise to secure the erection Chicago III., Jan. 14, 1913.
,' publication, and in doing so pays his the lord of creation, emphasizing of one of these houses. Editor Gazette
4 ., boy this tribute: An effort is going to be made to put citrus fruits and sugar and lumberon his high estate and depicting his Since that time Mr. Lewis has reorganized Enclosed will:

"The in announcing undersigned that takes his great pleasure the free list. Florida is directly interested in all of these products and our portunities. The application of the op- his business and has founded $1.50 to pay you for the please Valley find Gazelle (
Frank
,
Harris, Jr., becomes joint owner son of the representatives will enjoy the rare privilege which the office carries of deciding biblical proclamation that man should the American Woman's Republic, for the coming year. After "

: Ocala Banner from this date. He is between the few as represented by these industries and the who have dominion over the earth ,was succeeding the League. Under the receiving your fine for (
many are not ; paper:
j authorized and empowered to sign all most aptly made by plan of the original organization it
between love on the one side, it and recountingtile the last six months free, I would
checks
make all as were. duty on the otSer.!
contracts
;, receive and Wonderful achievement.. nf. o.i AnOA.._ was necessary for the local chanters not have
; oisourse an monies, and do all Pray let be and ---- --- " -r -- the nerve not to sub-
) else us reasonable not hound them. They will have enoughto through which man had to name a trustee to receive deed for
connected with the publication: of the accomplished scribe for it for at least
4: t- -pa"theTsame; as if he were its sole worry them with nothing but their sense of right and loyalty to Democratic the conquest of the earth, the sea! the chapter, and Hart chapter voted y ar. I want to thank and one

> owner."I hope that I declarations to guide without being pulled and hauled hither and yon by a and the air. Dr. Holt was at his best, this honor to Mrs. Aultman, who was through you the County you Commissioners -
may be pardoned in solicitous constituency. It is and preached a truly forceful and effective largely instrumental (in making the
_5i saying that I have watched his career no easy question to decide when political futures chapter the who are so loyal to .
with a father's love and devotion, are weighed against party allegiance. sermon. active organization that the county and town, as -
and it gives! me unspeakable pleasure Mrs. Edgar Oliver, of Savannah, it has proved to be. The chapter people are to send the you
to say that eo far as I know it Is .0-. and Miss Joe Berta Bryan sang a duet, house is a great convenience to the different paper to
without parts of the
spot.or blemish. H. has a THE "0, Twilight Hour town and has come to be center country. I
high sense of honor and business in- COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT. and the- music a of have certainly enjoyed reading
L was otherwise well rendered social activity. There are few towns
tegrity/'and and
though modest and un- ap your paper and have
it
,':' .assuming, I feel that he merits and The Valley Gazette is printing this week a series of three articles on the propriate.At that can boast a woman's club houseof to my friend. We havo passed
will deserve the full confidence. of his commission form of the conclusion of the service such adequate appointments. prop.
government fot municipalities. The Dr: erty in Kissimmee and
fellow-citizens. question is going to Holt urged also on
"In presenting him to come up for settlement in ftssimmee a general handshaking and the prairie south and "
I." the public I probably at the next municipal election. was warmly seconded in this NOTICE. expect to ,
feel that he will'measure fully to Every by Rev. i come to Florida
should
up
voter be informed to Bye
as to what the Mr. j just as
Sibert
the commission form of who
high standard that has been set government pronounced the bene Notice is hereby '
given that in order soon as
? over bin .means. It has meant diction? we can dispose of our
), and If he shall receive at a great advantage and advance for those
cities to
p ,: their hands the stun kindness and have tried it. Kittimmee that qualify, to vote in the ,j. : consideration' that baa' universally may profit by their experience. There is much com poll taxes must be paid on or before again for your paper, ,

been shown me, ,I shall ask for no plaint with the administration of affairs at ,present. The system may be quite To put anyone under obligations, Saturday, March 8., I 'am, very respectfully '

;M ,Jiappier, ''It. -1 New' Year." as, much to blame It as the men in charge; maybe more so. compel him to think up how he can C.. L BANDY R. T. BOGUE. :
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.THE DSIMMH VALLEY'GAZETTE : The.many friend of :R.- DeWitt Ff,,..N. Pettigrew..';and fsmily} 'ot- .'.Fox. -H,, M. 'Breaker, chairman of the Mrs.:. Tten, b PineeasUe, Ky;,'Is theguest 'Cuba He has. watehedhKisafaameJ: ''i {l

:<,' Tel. hon. No 11., Brown-:will regret to learn(that,,he Is Lake, Wls,.are spending the winter.in street committee, has had the, 4treetganW' of Mr.. and' Mrs. 'C. Wr Griffin. grow for the. past fifteen ;yean hvng .., of'J ,

.. ', . -- .. .". confined at home by,.Illness.) They indulge Kissimmee, ,'and ,have rooms it theresidence at work on Stewart avenue this J taken note of 'advancement at, {

", Published .EYer,. FrIda,. By in the hope .that' it will :not .of.Dr.,' F.,G., Thoma n. week,.and the.work has resulted in a'' W. B., Makinspn was] among the! y rly periods, and .he'' '18., prepared"i, I

prove to,be serious. v great improvement in that, thorough visitors to ,.St. Cloud the.first, of the bettor than some of-the oldI.residents'
1W! B. HARRIS. The Hart Chapter' of the American : I week. '
fare. to take pride in its advancement,, fit
Laymen's .
meeting, at Methodist Woman's League ''meets every Monday '
0004044000 church Sunday,'3 br m. Subject,!'John afternoon at 3 o'clock;; -The memo'bars J. D. Griffith;''of'Wichita, Kansas; I No n.wU!. be.allowed to..vote-at' was one_ of 'the, ,shabbiest., looking '

14:15. ;Leader, F.; W.. _Pittman. Geo, of the:League,are urged' to at- has arrived for his regular winter visitto the city election whose poll tax is not looking places ,I ever saw ,when I first 1

I Weather Report ,F,. Parker, president tend, the meetings. There' is always Kissimmee and has taken rooms at' paid by Saturday, February '8th... "and begun now to'come'ft is one here of, the said cleanest Col. Trigg and;

For- -Green Sugar Cane; plant business of'more or lees 'Importance, Mrs. M. F, Sears'' on Main street. Mr. .If you want..to vote in the city'elec- best looking. The transformation

Following ire the dally temperatures ' now; 506 .gallons, of syrup, to acres and it Is desirable" to have"" a. full .at. I Griffith has a peach:orchard at,Park tion your poll tax must be paid on or bas been, :wonderful. In fact, all
tendance. Gardens which
and precipitation asreported New Eden 'Plantation C6., Box '496, .. he, finds has" ;made before Saturday; February 8th. Florida is' growing 'marvelously. and
splendid growth since' he Jeft'in
....t by'the Government' Kissimmee.., :'4-ltpd The' Watson residence, near the i the 'The Shakespeare'Club with I expect to see it become the Italy ofAmerica
. f spring, and he states he will'Bet more met
station at Kissimmee for the .court house, has been ''rented for.\the : ...during,.thej: next few years;* v
F .. ,.Dr,>. S.PhllHpB, of ,JJuffal ,-N.. Y.!, trees this!season Mrs.' H.' .W. Boice-- Friday' afternoon,
week ending Jan. 16.; 1912. season to Mr; and Mr's.NVR.; Patterson 'hour"in' the The at.
enjoyable Waltir.L. .rro..e
was in :the'city this webk on hhrwayt pending an, Moseley ; r
'MAXMIX.. our Lak;'Gem Villa where he has purchased ; of Piheville,',Kyv Mr,, and Mrs. J,; II. Halley of Loughman, Was in study of the ::premier poet's .works. Shingle Creek, one of the finest"groves bin
' I Patterson and 'Mr. .and Mrs.Logan, \h.| 'city Monday. M?.: Halley 'recently '
Friday} ,. ,... 79 61 . property: and will build a winter that section of fin.'groyea, was; purchased -
also of Pineville, "Will occupy the home, returned from Iowa, where he The City Council at Tuesday night'smeeting '
: ; Saturday. .. .... 81 62 . home: I this week,by Louie. Neikirk, ; of.
which is one,of the most desirable in went in the interest of the !Penirisula directed the City Attorney to

Sunday.:.. .. . '82 '62 . IL C. Stanford Co. now had the Kissimmee.C. Highlands Co. lIe succeeded in interesting notify the Midland railroad to put a Canada. @

< Monday- 58) . agency for ,the famous Happgrade I a number of people in Flor- trestle' ovet the municipal ditch. The West Kissimmee Taylor's1 gro- I s'

; .Tuesday.\ .. .. 75 60. . overalls. 50-tf I B. (Crum and family, of Mount ida while'iway! some of whom returned cery located at Broadway and Mid.
J 66' i Union, Pa., arrived in the city last Mrs. Andrew Johnson has returned .
Wednesday 77 .
.I Save money on furniture and hard- with him and have purchased land railroad, has been moved to the
' Thursday . 77 67miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. ware. 20 per cent; off at Waring : Friday, and will spend .the winter en homes from his-company. from Troy, N. Y., where she was called Dickerson building on the opposite, r
i climate. Mr. the death of her father. She ,
Trading Co.!,. 62-tf. joying our balmy. Crum by rand
of and the railroad ,
0000000000..0000.000000. corner Broadway
j has been familiarizing himself with Save I. again at home at the Graystone. ,I
G. C. Oliver and daughter, Mrs J.:'j money on furniture and ,'hard they have arranged their, stockto
this section for some time through ware. "off
20
A. Pinkston, and her two children, per cent at Waring The ladies of the W. C. T. U. are a much better advantage than was

left last Saturday for their home in reading the Valley Gazette. Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. requested to meet at the Chapter possible in the .old quarters. Taylor ; ,

\ THE LOCAL FIELD. Waverly, Ala.; after a visit of several John Carley, of Sharon, Pa., has arrived 'The plate glass windows for' the louse Friday afternoon, Jan. 24, at Is fast becoming leader in his line., ;

f weeks to the family of J. W. Oliver. for his regular winter visit to front of the Osceola Journal office -o'clock.. A 'full, attendance is de ,

The Pythian Sisters will have a Kissimmee and' is again domiciled at were put into place this week, and sired. Mrs. S. B. Aultman, president.S. ---I --r

iiiini inn in i in ii i the Graystone. Mr. Carley' many the-open front affected by the Journal
social meeting at the home of Mrs.. J. of in -
Triplett Narcoosee, was '
friends in this will ., for months will be
P A. Vans Agnew visited-the East city deeply sympathize some replaced bya
B. Miller
C. next Wednesday afternoon- Kissimmee
,Monday.-Mr. Triplett reports -! '
with him in loss of his more conventional facade: The
Coast this week. the '
noon, December 22. Every sister is the season ,at the Runnymede DANN'S :
wife Journal has'proved
who died last summer. to its own, satis-
I cordially invited to attend. hotel He dined at the hotel ..I"DEPARTMENT'
For .men's gloves.of any kind go to faction, however, that' it is quite unnecessary as good. '
F. H. Lawson. Klslmmee Auto Garage and Machine Sunday and says there were some six-
1t.J. : Mrs. Ralph Johnson is entertaining. to have glass in your windows -
Company will do anything in ty guests, present. The hotel is un- .
her .mother and sister Mrs. Blake and in this part of Florida, much
W. Miller visited Orlando on ,,1 lathe or machine work for you for less der the management of.Mr. Yung. and
daughter, of Portsmouth, Ohio. Miss are overcoats or stoves needed.
business Wednesday. automobiles, boats, and all other ma- '. doing a profitable business. ,
Alice Blake is leader of orchestra, i 'STOREWLTT'
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chinery. The Board of Trade is to hold a
}Franklin P. Davis, of Sanford, was and will be a valuable addition to the I Extensive repair .on the Methodist I
I i Next Sunday morning "The Call of special meeting tonight for the purpose -
in the city Thursday. church have been made and the building .
Save money on furniture and hard- China," will be the theme at the of considering the matter of ad- N\N\.NN.N\N\\\MM ANNNNNNNNNN.. -- -
Livingston F. Dunlap, of Atlanta, ware. 20 per cent off at. Waving Presbyterian church. All who are in- vertising Kissimmee and this section.A presents a much improved appear-
Trading Co.'s. 52-t!. I(I ance. It has been repainted and re-
is a guest at the Graystone. terested in the cause of the Master I large meeting is requested. There
varnished, the plastering has been
r- G.- was a fair attendance at the
W. Brown and Mr. Thomas of in this great republic are most cor- meeting
Have you seen those pretty Coat Monday evening, but President Stan- renewed and every nook and corner,
musical circle of Kissimmee. dially invited. As Rev. Snyder spent
Suits an Stanfords 50-tf from pew to pulpit, shows the touchOf ,
the Loughman section, were looking ten years in the Orient he can speak ford stated that he did not want the ,', .
the renovator's hand. The usual ;
W. H. Hurlbert, of St. Cloud, was after business matters in the city yes- from 'personal knowledge. subject disposed of until there was a .
services will be held there
a visitor to Kissimmee Wednesday! terday.Mr. full meeting. Each member was requested -: Sunday.

W. O. Weaver, of Lafayette, Ind., to do his best to have a full Fred Yust and wife, of Kansas who I
Fred M. Dalton, of Tampa, was in R. F. Waldrop, the old winter is visiting his son, P. K. Weaver, cash- membership present tonight. are spending the winter in Kissimmeehave .

Kissimmee Wednesday.W. tourist of Bessmer, Ala., arrived last eir of the Citizens Bank. Mr. Weaveris .
I .
the Rewis
night and is at the home of J. M. proprietor of the granite works in Frank E. Graham, of the Tampa purchased orange I
H. Brokaw with Brothers grove in the Shingle Creek section.Mr. .
Griffiug Tribune, was the guests at the
Gardner, on Mabbette street, for the LaFayette that bears his name. He.pronttfteft""fldiRflilefttialitKeR among
the.tree people40tL _. Yust called at the Gazette office
lle .
winter. ----- ----- - -4s- -' GrAnto.n Wsdnefldny.... calledoa, - -- _
J. A. Cranford, of Jacksonville, isa Iof I his section. He will be in Kissimmee the members of the newspaper fra- this morning to-Trip '
J. W. Oliver has moved his family ternity while here, whereupon he meta per, and stated that he and his wife
guest at the Graystone.Save for a week or two.
from Oliver's. Island to the Moon cot- cordial reception. All South Floridais were both highly pleased with our

money on furniture and hard tage on upper Broadway. This Dr. J. D. Sibert will preach two proud of the Tribune. It is a great climate, and expected eventually to

ware. 20 per cent off at Waring change was made necessary on account special sermons at the Methodist favorite in Kissimmee, and the men make their permanent home here.

Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. of the difficulties in sending the church next Sunday. Ills morning who make'it may be always sure of Andrew Martin, of Burville, Mich., are.I.I.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson, of Mil- children! to school. subject will be: "The Christian their standing when they visit the accompanied by his old comrade and \

ler, S. D., are stopping at J. M. Gard- Save money on furniture and hard-I Wealth;" "evening subject, "Give Goda town. The best we have is at their friend, Henry Pratt, of Armadie,
Chance. All cordially invitedto
ner's, on Mabbette street. ware. 20 per cent off at Waring' are service.
Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. attend these services. A special Mich., arrived this week and have Closing
t ,}, New lace bands, various widths, invitation is extended to strangers. Save money on furniture and hard- taken quarters at the Park Hotel.
I'1 white Anson Swift, of Canton, S. D., and ware. 20 per cent off at Waring __
and patterns, both tan and ,! This,is Mr. Martin's seventh consecu- ,
d C. Vail, of Arlington, Neb., are spending Miss Elizabeth Carson was the hostess Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. > ''o-'I.
F. I Lawson. It tive
from 10 cents up. ] winter in Kissimmee, and he is "
the winter at Mrs. May field's. I of the Sewing Club Wednesday ,
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Fleming, of Kissimmee, made a an untiring booster for this city as a "OutOur '
Frank Fornewald, of St. Petersburg They are pleased with conditions gen- morning. A full membership was flying trip to the city yesterday, at- winter resort. .. .

was a guest at the Grayntone erally and are enjoying their visit present, and the time was spent tending to some business matters. ,

Thursday. here to the utmost. pleasantly in social interchange while While here he was registered at the Mr. and Mrs. J.: Harry Allen, of .

the fingers and the needles of.the. DeSoto. Mr. Fleming says that hun- Winchester, Ky., arrived in the. city
Special sale on all silks. Cut from Mrs Earl feature
Lupfer's'reading was a :
guests were busy on as piecesof last night to spend time .
25 to 40 per cent. Next 10 dsys. II. 'of the 'entertainment, and de- many dreds of tourists are invading: his some enjoy- l'
C. Stanford Co. / I 00-tf fancy work. home town, and jocularly remarked ing our delightful climate. Mr. Allen ,_ "
licious/ refreshments were served. A I
that the hotel clerks has been coming",to Kissimmee.off
F. E. Bridges, of Ocala, spent business meeting'will be held Mon The Ladies' Aid Society of,the Baptist are "hiding their . mEntlreJ \ '
registers.? However he and on for the past twenty : his \ .
states years "
Thursday in Kissimmee. He was at day afternoon at the church, at S church met with Mrs. Hall Wednesday .that .
the Graystone, while here. o'clock. afternoon for a social hour. while there are many strangers last visit being three years' ago.He ?": l 1<
I a Kissimmee there is always 'room for expressed great surprise at the many ; ,

_ ____ ____ _\_ _.n _ __ __ __ more, arid the most competent man- said he Could hardly recognize\ it 'as .
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Friends of Adolph Rosenberg in "Ita" the mentalist, has been the Stock Y

Kissimmee will be interested in a cer- attraction at the Pastime all the week,

. tain happy event which is to take and crowded houses have been the

place the evening of Sunday, January rule, the mysticism of the occult .

19, which has been announced to his which is universal in its appeal to of "

Kissimmee friends through the receipt superstitious nature proving irresistible !- ,

.. of an invitation issued by Mr. in its drawing qualities. The .r

and Mrs. D. Rosenberg and Mr. and young woman has performed featsin

Mrs.! B. Handler, who request the pres- her particular line of work which ,

ence of friends at the wedding cere- excite the wonder and curiosity and COATSUITS. &

mony of Miss Rose Braunstein to1tIr. are quite inexplicable to the audience.

I Adolph Rosenberg to be celebrated -.. She will continue her performances nM
at the First Roumanian-American U i ugh the week, which will have

Congregation "Shaarai Shomoyim." been ..'week of unusually good business 4<

- We beg to inform our patron that on < Mr. Rosenberg is proprietor of the .for the Pastime. ,

New York store on Stewart avenue.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY JAN. 20 AND 21' Dr. N. L. Klsling, of Bel Air, Md., }

Gottlieb Mentz, of Culbertaon, Neb., sends,the Valley Gazette a.chec for

has been in Kissimmee this week pros- a ye r's subscription, and says: "It at'

a special representative of : pecting. Mr. Mentz came to Floridain is with pleasure that I send you check,

_' I October,' and has been travelingover and I yet hope to be one of you in .

STROUSE BROS. .. the state since that time, inspecting the near future." Dr. Kisling is as

different sections, and .he sured of a warm welcome, and it is COSTGet :

says unreservedly that he is more impressed hoped that he will find it convenientto }

'High Art Tailors with Kissimmee ahd the coun- begin his residence as "one of us" 4fi

". try surrounding than with any other before very long. fic fi

full line of Fine Woolensto part of Florida. lie has seen muchto
will be here with a At (
I recommend to his friends in Ne- the meeting of the Civic League V, i

take orders for made to measure suits braska, in whose interest he is here. Tuesday, Miss Estolle M. Brainerd, of '

He is going to return home soon, andit China, Maine, was elected as librarian.A .One'

is likely that several families will goodly number of the new and

move to the Kissimmee section as a most readable novels of the day have

result of his report. lately been placed' in the library. .
These, in addition to' the valuable '

-- II IIa.t. I M. Q. Weaver, of Ft. Meade appeared matter already owned make the collection ,-at

before the Board of Trade Monday very attractive and well'

j( evening and exhibited samples of worthy of patronage. A good library .

CLOTHING CORNER marbelized concrete with a hard finish is a great advantage to any place and I.

KA TZ'S ,. ''I surface, which has the advantagewhen should have the support of all public

If1' -- used in building of making the spirited citizens. There should be ,

I plastering process unnecessary. Mr. more members and Miss Brainera'will

Weaver's purpose in appearing before at once begin a canvass for this pur- .

the Board was to interest local capi- pose. The library will be open from ... .. .
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build houses made of this material.His Saturday afternoon.Col. .**
proposition was referred to a y
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committee'composed of B. C. Miller, H. C. Trigg, president of the

F. H. Lawson, J. W. Lilly,,Arthur E. Glasgow Railway Co., and ex-presi I

Donegan and J. H. Reese. Several dent of the Trigg National ]Bank of ..

4 members of the Board became very Glasgo, Ky., is among the distinguished ; r

much interested,'and it is likely thaft, guests at the "Graystone- CoL
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; The clerk was ordered to draw a ITo I the Honorable Board; of <.ontCommisllioner I lion pistures The Board, after considering ".. M I. f'luitt. i .Fno .' II i 'nl l' r. I' |i A petition having been filed asking
Proceedings of the I 67 M I. I hems.. ii I' -M.1 I iollli6k I. I:: F
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warrant in favor of the First National | this proposition, ordered the for a public road as follow; Commencing
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Bank "of St. Cloud out of the road We, the undersigned officers of Os- Clerk to write these parties that owing I at the Southeast corner of
61 :N eIou l W.I J14 fanli'r M I'
'1 w Count Commissioners fund for the amount of $2,000 for loan ceola county petition your most honor- 'I to the financial condition of the county 70 Tallin. .I. i': Jl"> I'la'Mon <' J. : the Southwest quarter of the South-

for ninety days and also to draw a able Body to appoint Mr. J E. Bass to they are unable to take any action 71 l-fann. II M J III I>a n n. J .1. i oast quarter of Section Twenty-nine

Ms warrant for interest on same. the position of Janitor for the Court I upon this proposition. 72 "Truth'i. II i II 217 HadII H. j', ((29)), Township Twenty-five ((25))
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'"KiBsimmee, Fla., Jan. ;,7, 1913. The Treasurer's report showed the House. From his. past service we The Board then took a recess until 74 Iteddllt J. II 2IU Dibble. J. e.. South, Range Thirty ((30)) East and

I The new Board of County Commjaioners following balances in the various know him to be capable willing and 1:30 p. m. 75 Sharp J. M 220 Ellis. V. 1C.. running: thence North one-fourth of a

in and fop Qsccola county funds; satisfactory in every respect The Board' convened 1:30: p. m. all 76Slmpson. J. \\'. 221 I>ann, E. P. mile thence West one-half a mile or'

met' today for the ,of organization .. Revenue -_...,.j.,.?.....-,*--,$ :,. T. M. MURPHY' preient. 778tofy, A. (.J.' 212 Urhke.' Thos., less to the public road. The Board,
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and Fine and forfeiture _:;??:U.I-: / .762.61 L. II. INGRAM The following list of names were 78 Story. Andrew,, 2t3 Floyd H 8., appointed David Bass, J. M. Sharp
business
transacting'what It IS
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might come.before them, there being School .______Jl: -_:...______ 88.27 S. L. LUPFER, '* selected from the registered votersof Woodall C. J. 225 Gardner J. )(. and II, O. Partin aa a committee

t present E. L. Lesley; W. F. Walker Road _____ ______,-___ 52.65 JOHN L OVERSTREET, Osceola County, to be drawn as'' 31.D'etherhoe.. Ira.226 O" dn.r. Q P. view the said road and requested themto

I A. F. Bass O. R. Bass and RaymondV 'Convict Lease ___nu_____ 108.43S. W. J. SEARS, i Jurors, after being placed in the Jury 82 \\'o"h.lJ\ J. 227 rtulce, It I>.,. report an to the same at the next

S. D. No. 1__ ___ __.______ 400.85 WM. I. BARBER. box 83 \\'hhld"II, 1. t1.22t llrllTIn( J. J.
Lanier and J. L. Overstreet, clerk. I| ,, to serve for the year A. I D. 1913. 841'..atln.l InI .. JJ'i!' lI"rrolI. II e' meeting and also" instructed the County
S. S. D. No. 2____________ 83.54S. .
i The meeting being called to order I 1 AHhton.. 0N' 147 Cud.rh/II./ \\ !. I Irish 2311 lilt"I.. W II. Surveyor to survey said proposedroad

; by the Clerk, upon motion of A. F. S. D. No. S __.nuuu 1,330.29S. January th. 2 Aultmar. S H 148 1"HIt.rhlll. J S h61VIno, .\ US6 .',11 1 Ham 1;.ld and that he file with the Boardthe

S. D. No. 4_____ ._._____ 428.80 To the Honorable Board of CouCommissioners 3 Arnold. N'. 11. 14C!> t'ndi.rhlllV K: U < ath.' ;, l>. 232 1\1. T J. said] law.
yj Bass seconded by O. R. Bass, E. L. survey as required by
4'' S. S. D. No. 5_.___ __. _____- 17.31 I ; 4 Austin. (1 F. 1 Ml'' Sloan. Mi.<. U I 1.:. Jl: :< S\ IM ..I..r.| l II J The Board
ordered
Lesley elected chairman for the the Clerk to
was. ,i 5 Kcainan J. L. 151 Iliilli I ,. Jo'. .h7 \\ooilnll, .1 I InlliiK Ix II .234: U ""I'n. I I) J.
ff Board. I. W. M. Stephens, will take the 6 Hutl<'r. It T. 112 I llllllillil. I'V >% \\ HI' J:t", iiimarlli, . I' li draw a warrant in favor of W W.

Mr. S. J. Triplett in behaJf of the $5,241.51 !! poor farm for $45.00, a month. I will 7 Han N. C 151; .....J"t-II. .1 i .i 8'i! VIII.I'I i ; Jill: ; HlOIIKOM J S I handler in the amount if $' G.00 for

i, \ Valley Gazette appeared before the The Tax Collector's report I take cure of It according to the Com- (S Jtami \\ C I61 1 I Tlioiii.Hon, ,, .\ I.I' I. 8a! y"" II. i I I.: :JIT:: 1'rniiMnn N; ](Iilo( feet of bridge lumber.
ed the following balances to Show-I!. nmsioners! instructions. HUSH. Hull) I56 \\'alk.I. .1 I II :0): I y""nu. "I 1: 2.1' HlollKoll J II.
Board and asked There
that the contract boinjf no further loudness to
\ I. lected: W. M. STEPHENS i,' 111 Ha rbi'r, 1J. 150 1 \\'alii.i', \\' II 'J Val N, .r I \1.I ,:"I HIOIIHOII II| ,
forthe County printing be let to the II Unit ton. II. N.. H,7I"hl., .\ <- I !ill; \inlirHi.n, JM: 24" KroiiKon. .. \\all.r come before the Hoard motion for
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Valley Gazette; as it has been the' $$14,757 I To the Honorable Board of Commissioners 12 Hi 11. .\ II isMi.111.11'l \\'in !"4 \Imatlnntt' .tun 711 1I1I"lk"h: ,.. ) !. adjournment was made, and duly

official organ of the Board for years, School __.__ __n..o____ 21,083.82 Osceola I 13 11..1"1... C Jr.'. 1'"I1IIH, I I'1';. 95! .\n...I.| .,IK.i.. .1 J 11. econded ; whereupon Board adJourned -

Mr.. Road _--.uu..u_ 17,708'19: County: 14 HILI'I'1\I[ .1 .\ 11.41 1 I'UIIIIII'.. .;,IM Mail 242 Kliinnon. \\' IiI
? Triplett also stated to the Board Fine and forfeiture I. John Davis, will take charge of I. .15 HHHK llo".II. 14.1;1 I Iturwru'. 1 F.M I I.r Ml\ ,l ill.n., K \\. 24'1 I Cromnrtli$ I. M }o moot alain in regular session

that he wished they would renew their II ---- 5,902.79S. the County Poor Farm and keep up 16 Hull.i.. K. I'.. 112 1 ; A mold II.HI I. \17 Hilton. s .I. 244 llou.ilil II II on the rule day: in 1-ehruary .
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subscriptions the Valley Gazette; 1,04103: for $40.00 month. I 17 IM.Innd l K, SID 103 I I;:! ItalHilt. .I"hll.) '.s n.iltun. .Hi.oil'l iU. N i': .M J. I.. OVERSTREET.' Clerk.

that it was an unquestionable fact S. S. D. No 2 -."uu_._ per j liana. I-\.O'\t.: I 164 !tins. I.)... ! Hal..b..r. He' 24li l\i.> \\' \\'. By James Johnston, 1). CAn ': ,

that the Valley Gazette had brought S. S. D. No. 3 .--_. -.u.u 215.64// JOHN DAVIS. .Ir. ll hli BIIAK, I ilialit, lUll HaitH, Aai, on. 247 1 l\i q. '1 1' I 1.: .,

a S. S. D. No 4 .. ____ 1.097.3: Jan. 7, 1913. )1'! IIHHH, O'd. Itt l li; lines :Nat; sal I{IIHH. I Ilotn.r 248 l\i v Itolil 'lVi
great n.- -
families to Kissimmee
many and JO 1I".n: If A.. 167 Prllwdy..A.. JO.! liHXM I H C '
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Osceola county'and that it was un S. S. D. No. I 5 uu. .u_-- 146( .46 The Board having considered the 21 Ittn( Hi,nrT.. 168 F,'rtlc. L 1 L 103\ HIIHB. J. i'; 2f.li Lankford, It A electrically driven machine that :

necessary to enumerate the good this The Clerk then called atention to the various applications, apointed J. E.I I 22 IIOKU." .. .\ C. 16'l! Codwln U. It. 1H4 II"...<. i,:. H. 251 l 1\1".1. U'. 1. weighs less than CO pounds has been

,tx method of advertising hell l been 'doing fact that since the terms of office of Bass as Janitor for the Court House 23 linnkir. II M 17(1( HMHS. .\. UU los iiarbi r. J. 1 nJIM. ,, 252 :Moa.1..\.. T. 1U invented to scrub floors.
ft the various appointive officers expires 24 Hl.nlH. B. .. 171 llar\'.y. J AV ., I' Hiuki" s M 263 at the salary of $40.00 per month. 25! Itr.uker. C \ .. 172 107
at the llar\r J J. loather, .I no. i':. 1.. ll.
Mr. II. M. Pfann appealed before pleasure of the Board, and John Davis 26 lloln. U \\' .
dIe upon motion duly seconded 173 :Monlsdoia J M 108 Couil. T. A. 254 O\erntri,, HI
the Board and asked that some actionbe old Board having completed its was appointed Superintendentof 27 Id-own. !H 1). 174 McClelland 101! ,Collllm L '1llii 256 1')11| r. J'. II >
taken upo"n term at the last these offices 28 Huzza H M. ,V. O.. ClaikMon. '.
the proposed road meeting the Poor Farm at the salary of 29 ,... ( 26fiarden: c 1 K
leading South from Campbell were practically vacant. Whereuponhe Hoo (0. II. 175 IBerrl' Jan I I II I Kdwanlit. fl>rtr.257 OQulnn. I!. J.
City. $40.00 per month. 30) Huzza Jo:. K., 176 Uh .. Desirable Ten
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read the > nn n S \\ ParrlH.) I. \\ 268 Outlaw, J. 11.
The Board being without a legal ad- following communications: 31 carrots i;'
Upon motion duly seconded W. J. D. 177 Tumilln. J H. 113 Kr> or. It.I' 269 Partln II M .
viser-passed this matter until next Kissimmee, Fla., Jan 7, 1913. Sears 'was appointed Attorney for the 32 rail. \\'. J. H. 178 Willis. H. K.. 114 CoodrUli, (1. W.,260 Ni'wton. Henry

meeting when the attorney for the To the Honorable Board of County Board. . 34 full C. A., 17!& Young, Itandolph 115 lluiin. Doyle. 261 Stalker. V. \\' f

J ,;i Board would be present.Mr. Commissioners of Osceola County, 33 CraftOJi.: J. M. 116 Harris J.-MS... 262 Mllli-r. II C. and -
Upon motion duly seconded G. W. 36 Twenty
flay J. It. 180 >
C. F. Prevatt Gentlemen:-I respectfully make Acre () 8.. 117 Johnston J.J. 263 Loll A. A.
appeared beforethe Ashton the 36 (Cobb. H.v..
present Superintendentof 181 '
Drown. H U IIa Jour H. I;. \\ 2fi4 Itandy. Then
Board.and stated that during his application to your Honorable Body Roads of Osceola county was reappointed 37 l>anri. C.U'.. 1S2 tlrow}i' :.' K, Itb, K uI. A. :II.. 286 Davis,. J. III.12U .
y term of office as'aheri8' he had for appointment as Janitor! of the 38 Davidson' A. L.1S3 Mronson. '.
pur- at the same salary of \\ I., I 1\1111111. W. II. 266 'n"11I Jo:. t.. f
chased a large bath tub and installed Court House for the next year and i if $60.00 per month. 311 40 1 Dow-nliiK, M.V. 184 }Kronson J. A., 121 tlanl. .. 1\'. 1. 2fi7 (filbert. .\. I' Arce Tracts f.
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the same in the Jailer's quarters in, honored with the appointment will be tlronson. Alfr.d J22 M"kuu., I'. I;.. 21,5 011..1.I '0. A.
Upon motion duly seconded the 41 l>avls. Jno 186
tironson.
7 f"\ the glad to in this J. U 123 3IIkexell I \. .1. I 269 (Iallln' I1.
court house and asked that he be 1 serve capacity for the Board decided to discontinue the ser 42 Klshfr M E.. 187 Uronaon. O. C. J4:! l'tdtcU: 11 'nrt27'

allowed to remove the same or that sum of Thirty dollars per month. vice of a County Physician. 43 Jllbrrt. A. S. 188 Clark. \\'. W 126 "arlln.V, \\ 271 Harvey llxuaell n.C. II.J.. For Trucking and Fruit Grow ;.;

the Board pay him the sum of E'?0 R. D. DRIGGERS. Upon motion.duly seconded the Kis 45 44 ((Urlltln.Urlffln. C.V.. ISO Campbell, J.W. 126 Slmnyrrs A. J. 271 Hyde. JulluH, ing. Our land extends from
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!;} and keep it to be used by the next Campbell. W.L. 127 Irattoll: J. 5. 273 Harris N. n.. 3
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was appointed 8 191 Auvls D. M.. limit
sheriff. The Board this To the Honorable Board of 1:::: seaman Loll 276 Smith J. 1L, city nearly to Orlando.
passed mat I CountyCommissioners I to be the official organ of the 47 (Justus. AV... 192 Hancock.. BO 123
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ter until the next meeting. : County. I 48 lillllard J. K., 193 Johnson I). Y. Oscar,. 275 Smith D. A.. Term.: $2 per'acre cash and $2
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0 The Clerk was instructed by the We, the undersigned Officers at Os- Upon motion duly seconded the 49 60 sunsets 11 M. 194 Johnson Lewis 13Q Tyson \V 1'. 271 MrCalll.ter P. r l*
Hansell. J. M 196 per acre monthly.
f+ Board.to draw a warrant in favor of ceola County, most heartily recom- Board decided to discontinue all subscriptions I 61 Hanklns, W. O, 196 Lamb Lamb, W C. J.T.,. 111 Warren. M.. 278 McCutcheon

Warren Wayman to the amount of mend Mr: J. E. Bass for the positionof to p pers. 62-Iall. EH. 197 Lanier J. 0.. 133 Warren' L II. Peter Write for Booklet. yth

$12.50 for the care' of Cad McCoy.S. Janitor of the Court House. During ,. The terms of the various appointive 53 Jeffords J. D. ,198 Lanier. J. H., lit 131 Farr Whaley, T. .<\N.. E. nil 280 Libby, n. D., -

L. Lupfer County our term of office he has served 64 Joiner. ,V. A. lU Overstreet. H.L. Harvey F. B.
Treasurer officers were fixed by the month to. 66 1J6 Evan.. llnr. 281 Hu hey W. A.
Knight
Will 200
.appeared before, the Board and stated us most faithfully and .has been efficient be dispensed with at the pleasure of. (6 Katx Ed O'Berry. J. F.. 11* Tlndall. Orovnr.282 Johnston W B.
tear. 01Rob..rts. McKOY.
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Alderman 11. H t81
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sum every the Board. Lamb. ti. 202 Heaves J. T., 1S8 Alderman J.T. 2S4 Jernlfcan W O.

$1,000 was now due and payable and R. G. JOHNSTON A proposition to club together six I 68 Lupfer. J E., 203 Itaaves Aaron, ,,119 Bennett Noah.. 28E Maklnson. W.n. I[

that they issue a warrant for the GEO. F. PARKER South Florida Counties for the 69 Leltner, ozler.204 Aultman, }i. O. 1140 Chandl 'r, P.C., 286 Lee. John 11[. 11'
duel' ; pur 60 Miller. J. W., 206 liass, I). A., 141 Chandler Cl.C. 287 Land
aaJcI; amount an "sixty days withInt.resa"t C. L BANDY of giving them Lancaster J. A. Company
pose Campaign 61
a Publicity Mack.
Kmll. 200
Bass, U F.. 142 Chandler: J. L. 288 Lank ford. W '1. 11''
VThe Board 1 :then ordered the C. F. 'PREVATT, was filed wirtf the Board the II Moore: J. C., 207 Carson. C. A., 143 Campbell Chat.289 Lawson. F. H. .

clerk' to-draw'awarrant, for the inter- B. C. MILLER, object of this proposition was to ad 65 Mattocks J. E., 208 Cahoon L. H... 144 Pearce R.I... 1110,Lawson. O. 13. Mach :fculldln:

,; /,pst on f,000 for, sixty: days. E. L,. D. OVERSTREET. vertise the counties by means of mo- .4 Mason. W. H., 209 Cosner. M 145 Pearce. W. 8.. 291 Taylor O. M.14C T,
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FRIDAY, JANUARY, 17,',1913__'*11.-' . >,.01' .." _, .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZE'f.TL.' ,. .J' ', PABt. ,(({...". _
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Insure About' ,People of the Times. I I f CRINER .& SIEVER I r _


your Cropwith Violet Asquith, daughter of been purchased. but probably will ,be REALTY COMPANY (

,British, prime minister, accom- loon Abe Prank a Chicago real : I'
(!'bjrLady-Aberdeenrwife; of the estate-dealer; ,owrier-of;the tract-. '-=--''Of."T'T: : ; - '
Y of Ireland Had her first sight Mme. Bernhardt and'Mr..Frank have .t'. '
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11, American state function when ,not come to terms :on the price. Mr. Timber Land. Lands at all t Prices and on Easy Terms., 1 t'
attended the diplomatic;;reception 'Frank demands $110.000. A compromise -

BRAbLEVS"J"HE White House Friday night will .be effected according to '2,000 acres Stock Ranch, wilQexclanf e half value' '"
Asquith, 'who with Lady Ab her' representative, Edward Sullivan '
'for othr, :real estate -:- -:- ..: .-;-
q. is \the guest of Ambassador t There are several reasons'why she _
.[. Mrs: James Bryce at.the British 'wants the ranch.' 'One is 'the admiration'her y;
,50-acre.Orange Grove, will trade:.for half value
.. ;was one of the honor guests son has for outdoor life.: for'olLer real balance .
how and whento ; ( estate. easy payments, -: >,
the reception; to her ,
Accompanied by According program, he. will "
,use'fertilizers .are tnd Mrs Bryce and Lady spend his time alternately between '
\ 'all' t tdeen, in addition, td other'' mem managing Tver "Parisian theater and .K1SSIMMEE FLORIDADDZIEB / -
A important. First, of the embassy staff', she arrived herding cattle i in Colorado. -i .

decide for what and was art interested guest in ,
QUALITY, you executive mansion. Following attacks which have been x

are fertilizing and then Asquith, in hearing of those made on them from the pulpit and bya IA

work nd her,,expressed delight and ad- newspaper of socialistic tendencies .
to that
end. because of the lavishness of the first LEVEE'S I INSURHHCE' (
the White
at House and the JBENCY f
Second, learn what function, and 'the display of two of the six balls which Mr.and :

certain formulas are made for and the English visitors 'are pleased Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury have arranged The old.t and Largvat IniunuuM Atraey Udaeoola County. s ,
to give during the winter at
the Democracy of the func-. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH '.
when to use them. the Bellevue-Stratford hotel Philadelphia .
Fertilizers rich in '
rM-Pd tie Y
the financier. and his wife ,
soluble ammonia Asquith and Lady Aberdeen "
are made for
rapid introduced the are alarmed because of the receipt ,
to President and ..
growth, while those for fruiting are .Taft by the British ambassador. by i them of letters threatening their C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary."
designed to make president and the first lady of: lives if they do not cease. their display ,, '
.the fruit and of wealth.
carry land welcomed them to America ; Waters Carson'
it through to maturity.BRADLEY'S expressed pleasure at their. visit It is reported in the newspapers The & 'w
that Mr. and Mrs.
Stotesbury spent
White House..
a Asquith wore 'a striking cos- $500,000 on the first of these gorgeous '

FERTILIZERSare of white satin with ,a pointed entertainments Grocery Company : ,

ce body. Lady Aberdeen
wore There were only two peerages
so balanced as to supply the early plant food of green satin'and a diamond among the New Year's honors granted j

for stalk and foliage at the proper time, and laterto by King George, which were announced Wholesale and Retail Dealer la, '

furnish the proper proportions of phosphoric acid a Asquith and Lady Aberdeen recently. .
and potash to formally Introduced to Wash- Those elevated to the are GROCERIES
mature the fruit and improve its peerage . .
quality. society yesterday afternoon at. Colonel' Sir George Syndenham Clarke ,
at the British embassy. and Lieutenant CoIoneU Sir George ---.. ;)
Write us today for booklet mailed free. formal dinner will be given in Kemp. ,.'

honor at the embassy. Mrs. Sir Edward Morris, of St. Johns 00000000000000000 00000000000000000. .'
The'American Agricultural Chemical Co.. Dimoch also will give a dinner I Newfoundland and Sir James Whitney 0 0 O.. 0'
WE SELL 0 .O WE BUYs O" 1 ,
Jacktoavill Sales Department. honor. Washington Ex- I of Toronto Ontario, were made : ;" ,
HAY \ 0 ,
P. O. Box 216. Jacksonville, Florida. knight commanders of St. Michael and 0 0 O 0,1 HIDES, 0' ],, .1 .
St. George. 0 GRAIN 0 0 0. ;

Frank W. Page of the fash- Among the knights were included 0 .0 0 FURS, 0 .
Back Bay district of Boston, John Stephen Wollison a journalistof 0 FERTILIZERS, .0 OWOOL. O. .-

taut May suggested buttons to Toronto ; Auguste Real Angers, of 4 SHINGLES 0 O 0
nguish bachelors from married Montreal, and Francis Darwin a son 0 0 O 0
and buttons to show whether a ftbe late Charlea_Darwin.' 4 .. _ ORANGE BOXES 0 O AND r . O n k
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TATE OF kiSSIMMEEOldest .'.
BANK ; is maid, wife, widow or divor t The Earl of Desert, former solicitor 0 ORANGE WRAPS 0 0 ALL O
recently held a symposium. on the of the treasury, and Sir John Alle- 0 O O O
Bank in Osceola County Cost of Dying" brook Simon, the solicitor general 0 VEGETABLE CRATES O O COUNTRY 0. -
feature was an address by Fred- were made privy councilors. .

Depository For L. Briggs, who issues permits Vice Admiral Sir Percy Scott inspector 0 0 CRATE NAILS, 0 0 .O O PRODUCE.. O O
I'MTKIl !STATES' K01KHMMKNT POSTAL A\IM.H Kl: DII and embalmers do I
to
STATE OF FLORIDA. of target practice received a 00000000000000000 000000000000000000.
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA CITY OF KISSIMMEK. I I' l baronetcy.The .
Perino of Berlin and men liberal government has been >
Capital Stock Fully Paid -_____________1_____________$ women prominent in Boston were criticised so sharply for having pre- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

Surplus __________________________________________ viously inflated the peerage while pro- We Free give deliTerr special n-Tlty-.Hmits.attention; to Phone fitting No.out 12.hunting and camping parties

Stockholders' Liability _________.,____________________ all die. It is the universal fessing to be extremely democratic, We are County agent for good fertilizer .Ask "us for'circulars and

Depositors Security ______________________________$ but you can be burled as cheaply that it caused no surprise that only prices on fertilizers.DANCING. ':'. .'

INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. wish. It's just the same as two additions were made to the list. .

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. a wedding or reception; you I ntiiiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
.b'r spend as much as .you want," Misunderstanding.Elihu .
C. A. Carton, Jno.'M. Lee M. Kate N. B. Mr. Briggs. Root, at the chamber of com* ::,
President. VIe. Pr..ld.nt. 2nd Vice Prest. :
administrators have re merce dinner in New York, said:
to pay funeral bills and the "There are hundreds of thousandsof EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT t: v.

has" referred to me to see people outside the great industrial '
FIREMEN'S ,
the bills Were extortionate. communities who think the chamberof ,

. .' !' fold' do'Wn'th top of the bill commerce a den of theives who M 1111111 u 111111111111111 i HALL'g

FIRE LIFE I shall not know who the think that the manufacturers of the .
was, and then I say that country are no better than a set of ,
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INSURANCE' : motto is 'Don't take'all the in confidence, men." .
Yes. Best
Companies '
money. Discussing this regrettable misunderstanding -
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one case I found the person who afterward', Mr. Root FINE INVESTMJEN.T"l'. f
died! was a dear old lady in the smiled and said: .
Why not use the same good judgment in buying
End who had for
saved'up "It is a misunderstanding that will
Insurance that you do in buying goods for your in order to have 'grand funer- come right in the end; but just now, BUY NOW, SELL THIS WINTER '

store or clothes for your family? The number of hacks is a mat if a rich man ventured to say to a i ..
AT A LARGE INCREASE v /.
great pride to these people. poor man, 'I believe in putting by .
funeral' was the height of something for a rainy day; the poor I .

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. lady's ambition." man would sneer bitterly and reply: The far-sighted and wise. people...) baying Real Estate NOW ,. aw: ,
Smith asked: "What about the 'Yes that's why me and my We offer as an investment the following list of property, to be sold j l 1 J

G. WAGNER Manager cost of dying?" friends lose so many umbrellas.' as a whole, at about two-thirds Urn actual value, and oa easy terms '
don't know." of payment. The improved property included the) list bring4rental a \
A clear conscience isn't enough to *:
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there an undertaker's trust? .
quit one of debt. of $69.00 per month.'t
don't know." 't
do," said Mrs. Smith. I have One nine-room house with bath and electric: lights, fronting on

.t. report on it." brick pared street, renting for $20.00 per month. This property,
r Btabll h.d 1MO Rf rene.t: Your i me in the face, dear lady," STAY. ON YOUR FEET easily worth $2,500.00.Fireroom i
J. S. STANTON & CO. _
Mr. Briggs. I am no George '
bath modern la
cottage and nearly new every way.on i
Calomel Means Home
Taking
WHOLESALE PRODUCE but nobody can do any Staying lot brick for I I'f
large. fronting on paved street, renting $10.00 per
MEMPHIS. for th'lay- Take Dodson's LI..erTone
i"eV"SJl"iTr' or embalming in this month. Would be cheap at $1,800.60.
Oxekxa.gren Gr.pefr .tit "V"'es-.t..'b without' a certificate from me." and Save a Day's Work.If .

...lJL in your lowest price for a Fire-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick pared street "
?" an attack of constipation or biliousness has water connection House renting for $10.00 per month. This

-- dollars for a'coffin, $3 for hits you, there's no need to property if purchased separately would coat 125000. ..
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trip to the cemetery 15 cents for take a of calomel and spend at
Four-room cottage, located on large lot, fronting on brick P Ppaved
C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFRR.Pr..tdent. . plate-when the city for the least a day getting over the effects of ,
Vlo.-Pr..ident. .er.La. ." pays it. Kissimmee Drug Co. sells the street, renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00.

Briggs was about to go but liver tonic Dodson's Liver Tones that Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month.. Worth '
Page persuaded him to stay and takes the place of calomel and startsa $ ,OO.OO. .
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If KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. an address on "How to Die in the lazy liver without any bad after 1I
; of the High Cost of Dying." ,. effects. One cottage rented to colored: people, renting for $5.00 per I ....
month. Worth $500.00. .
a word was said in reference Dodson's Liver Tone does all the ,

fact that the place where the good'th t that calomel ever did, yet it One-half interest in 144 city lots each lot easily worth $73.00 ..
... Rough and Dressed e. was held is a big apartment is absolutely harmless to young people now and rallies are cr.duallylnereaslnK.,
largely occupied by expensive and old. It is a pleasant-tasting i .. r r
and specialists whose bills vegetable liquid that will relieve con- Two close in resident lots worth $500.00 each. '

,PINE LUMBER I sometimes be. included in ..the stipation or sour stomach or other Investigate, and yon will find that all of the above are good
troubles that along with a lazy
go
cost of dying.
properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell every
liver with restriction of diet.
) s meeting postponed'forming habit or thing in the above schedule for the sum of 930000. The person .,
burial league.: You don't leave,off any of the things buying now will reap large profit. ,
1 HOUSE BILLS A' SPECIALTY you regularly do when you take Dod- I'
i l I Sarah Bernhardt has "turned son's Liver Tone. We also hare two well I located business lots on Broadway, In .
Mrs. Harold McCormick of The Kissimmee Drug Co. sells Dod- very best part of the business district, which we. offering for '

Tiiiiminii. inn- -, -IMI III !. Ill I I I I H I who offered "any sum". if she son's Liver Tone and gives it a strong 525000. !
appear at a society entertain personal guarantee. They say, "A
to be given at the Congress ho- large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone We will be pleased to hare you call and see these properties.. -

ROYAL PALMS NURSERIES ')' 31. The madame could sells for 50 cents and we will hand l .- ............ ;
ONECO ,FLORIDAMost be engaged because she is under anyperson back his 50 cerits if he Q

cloD now.ready extensive for distribution.collection of nursery Ask.for stock'of in our Florida splendid or the new Gulf. ,. to play, In Portland' that tries a bottle'and doesn't' say that it H. M., BREAKER ,& COMPANY >
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and does all that calomel ever does and
which Information descriptions, etc.
with planting
is
replete .
jj Fruit trees decorative plants, ornamental shrubs, eta from all over actress, by cable, informed her I does it pleasantly.: .Get the genuine :_.__ - . . '' . ,
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II: world result of our extensive importations' and experiments for the ; Maurice Bernhardt, manager of Do son'a Liver Tone and and if you !.1'--- _'_
w 29 esn. theater in. Paris, that she plans are not' pleased with it we will give -
'' business rules catalogue. '
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TODAY See special to' cash-discounts under. him a 1,500-acre. ranch near your money back with a smile." ..For quick returns and best results- i' f :-- "

REASONER. BROS." ONECO, J'L Springs. The ranch has not 1 Adv.. I Use. 'WDttt"'co1umtts, in the- Gazette, . 4a

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the approval ? one In IIARDINKISSIMMEt Habit'SMOKE .Surgeon "
tancy p every I Get the .
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PERFECT
DRAINAGE the city and county. It I; should I be \ phones ,
: : t t UWAY PRESSING CLUB' vital The 197 KfMtmme. , ;
; Jooked upon as a 'necessity. I Bad Backs Made Stron; .-K dn e1t Ills .Office, "F1oridi ;
citizen and farmer without an 'Interest ; Boone's StraightMade Kes. 248 .,' 'i
aatI, TAILOR -GOOD/ROADS SECRET. 1 Corrected.,. *
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I =, --- with the patriotism, in Kissimmee ,
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FINE over Kissimmee you' hear M.. RIVERS,
TAILORING '" is undesirable citizen. With good All I l Taste
1' an with the Real ,
4- ,... AND REPAIRING-' QUESTION JS. ABLY DISCUSSED roads should not- cost over7: to 8"cepti Doan'a Kidney Pills are keeping up I The Cigar PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
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: + i! .wtlakJdin rl1. joxtradeuoliCltet1a
f pr ATX; Knm t" elon"7a TmileJ""ordinarywroadswill the" good;-r.; correcting! I for UnioiLbeLisii -- --umc =tJveI'"Osceoh.-Pb&r ia 1------'" .;.;.$
backache : Look
,. :L-- cost atleast 25 cents per ton a driving away I Residence U
Work Called For and Delivered BY FORMER OF' urinary Ilia. Kissimmee people are PHONES! }office 148 :
OSCE. v'
CITIZEN mile.. Note the difference and be- !!!!!!!!f .
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,f 4, PHONE 61 OLA -NOW RESIDING BOS-. come good l'Oadsbooster.. telling about it-telling of bad backs __ ... :

,, t f ; ; :FRANK :DUKE;; ,PrprIt 'I "TON" BUT WHO-is STILL: INTERESTED Ityou' cannot build brickror mac made sound again.of You san.own ,believe townspeople iiiai- P PLADIES' W'.L. WINN .

-' 11111111111 11111111111 ) IN SECTION.. adam roads, let them come later, but the testimony your the benefit G PHYSICIAN .
They tell it for of1 ,
; get interested in roads. Fair roads I
4 If 'backaches 2nd Floor Willson Bnildin*.,!
suffering. your Office
who are
-1t' can be built that will be attractiveand you GENTS' SUITS lClII" '
The following Interesting article on give good service all the year if if you feel lame, sore and mIs-- AND Rasinest's. PrONE P uosC 117. 88 rioa ', '"

: the subject of good roads comes fromS. properly built, and by that I mean improve erable, if the kidneys act too frequently Made to Order 0rr>CB -

;: ',C.W.GRIFFIN ." V. 'Godden, a civil engineer of reputation the present roads. Have levelsrun or passages are- painful, also flR.DEWITT'rLIGIIT8T. --,---,

Who was identified with the over all roads to be improved, scanty and off color, use Doan's Kid- and Repairing Neatly Don OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN '

2, Staple and Fancy St. Cloud colony in its infancy. from records make profiles and estimates ney Pills, the remedy that has helpedso Cleaning !
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Editor Gazette: and fills and cuts, as requiredto many of your Office Phone 88
I have been reading with interest make the most practical road. The bors. Follow this Kissimmee citizen'sadvice

.L GROCERIES: the agitation now going on in the one running the levels should be com and give Uoan's a chance to do I Sprigg Fleming State Rooms[Bank 3 and BkTg 4 KUaimmee,, P.1...

matter of good roads. This is an Important petent-railroad surveyor if possibleto the same for you.

factor in the building up of a insure the very important detail, I J. 11. Harris, carpenter and TK. B. D. WIENENGA I l

Free Delivery; to all Parts city, and particularly to the farmer so essential in good road building, tractor have no, Kissimmee hesitation, in\Kla., says: con-I CLEANING

, y of the City and to the relief of the* consumer. such as perfect drainage of road bed Doan's Kidney Pills for I know PRESSING iVETERlNARIAN

The consideration of good roads bringsup under any condition of weather. To past. experience that they act just as I sad STOCK TREATED FOR
_ _ _ _ _ _ Off and for five years DYEING ALL DISEASES
naturally the necessary excess tax. j! note where all sluice ways are required represented. on !

, : - This should be a minimum consideration in heaviest rains; points for long I I have and taken few this remedy doses have for my a REPAIRINGLeave Oay;"Whll'hun"I'hon. 110',7 1M2 ORLANDO. F-.

,, i i ii 111111111 ii 111 u ii i as the great improvement that culverts, open culverts and allow sufficient -!I brought neys relief.a This kId-I

comes from good roads in the way of grade to carry off all water i worthy of a trial." word m'trny house and clolhes J. W. SIMPSON

p J. G. HOWARD enlarged business to the merchant, quickly. The great secret of good I, For I sale by all dealers. Price GO I will be CP I lied ior !and returned. D"-

hotel, boarding house, and'a greater road making is perfect drainage, cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, DKNTIHT.

demand for home products, and a whether surface or under ground. I New York, sole agents for the United Satisfaction Guaranteed Upstairs In Katz Hulldlng.B 4-

c' Paper ,Hanger and Painter strong incentive to the grower what- With such protection a poor road States. " HOURS: I[ It. tSsSoJ m.

ever distance he may be away. Wait- wears well. Consequently it is pos j' Remember the name-Doan's-and r 1:30: : m.
: I ... ... ... -JltaA.- >ftL.-1 Telephone No. 76' Jun 6. IrrI
: Work Guaranteed ing for a town to enlarge its popu- sible in repairing or building roadsto take no other. r.

lation is an entirely wrong and foolish make a good wearing, practical 4-t: M. TILLER
- I R. W. W. CARSON
$ If thinking of having any done, idea. How much quick such popu- road, with material convenient that' I ))
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j!" : please notify me through the P. 0. lation will exist if they know good i will answer the purpose for the time I from the North, is getting/ ready to S Real Estate Agency. Ifl I DENTIST'

t / J. G. HOWARD roads are assured. 1 wish to quote necessary for a growing city to gt build a modern residence on Christian ................................ > cilici) over Cole's JewelryjStore
from my previous letter to the l.a- on its feet so as to be in position to j I Kidgc. -Mr. Ward has some land j jnear I
. 42dtpdIIPIIiiIiuppiuIuiuuulII I 4 Realty bought and sold. rf Office/ Hours: 14-12,1-6
zette on good roads, "The profit that build a brick or macadam road. town. __ rented. ftM Office phon. J 158Residence
Houses
,, good roads would pay the farmers of j Neither sand or clay alone \\ ill M's.1., : K. 1'u nbh baa just arrived Titles verIfied 23 -
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the country were all farm lands on make desirable road. Marl would be from the North to "pl'l1d the (;in* ailniiniHtereil 1 for extraction of teeth
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t.'+ I +I I"I 4 'I"I""I'+++++++++ MHQRAYSTONEI- 5 for non-residents. .
the line of improved highs woald' | better., Such a road with prop.'r' winter with her hon :Mr. C. A. Par- 'I"( Accident Into >

;. amount to the enormous total of'' drainage would be neither muddy nor ,: nsh of the Davenport :Naval Stores Fire., Life-sujd I I ) R. (i. E.: PARKER
surance.
; ' $300,000,000: a year. Think of it! The lusty, if it is properly dragged witha ('t). 4 Indemnity Bonds. r I DENTISTOKH1

*%* coat of transportation to the fat r.ier I| "king road drag" after each rail j :Mr.i and :.Mrs. :M. I n. I Hood of Akron 'V'--\
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.fl. is very important. It is estimatedthat Roads should be built for peoplewho (Ohio) are spending their winter in I .,
OPEN ALL THE TEAl / .. \Hours : HK:() > to 12.OO: Noon
t the cost to the farmers of the have to use them 365 days out of I Davenport.) They own some property -
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2.60 to 3.60 per day. United States in marketing farm pro- the year rather than those who tale heie. and will proliulily build a ,
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S Special by week or month. .t: is about OOOOOOOO annually. themin .
\ ducts $ an occasional flying trip over home later o on.Mr I r A. VAN A
c L W. T8UBMMI Prep. .. 0. !rDIITEl, Mr. \:t' This charge is a dead load carried by u motor car. Road building is ;-. N. \V. Wan en. a noted woikerin I DR. WM. HARPEROSTEOPATH AC.NEW & CRAWFORD .

... I i .- I I I I I I I I I I I .. I I I++++::1: the farmers. It is not lik -& fel'uliul'-' !: like dU'.l'ityIt..ibu.uld; bttfiii.at home- tl e- W.-<-,- '!',- U.--4"*ttV4UuiULiiLJjmNorth - ._ \ANS_ ___ _ __

:_ bill. If you spend $1,200( a year on and it should begin by improvingevery : i is --pending the winter at the ATTOR"N"EYSATLAW'f

fertilizers you may expect to get it dirt or gravel road in the county ,,- I Davenport hotc'l. She i is arcoinpamedliv .
STECIAL'ST IN >im..>- I '-'. l mini* lieu Ii IlnlUtlncKIHHI
back in increased crops." up to its utmost limit by ditching, i :Mr>. Bui r. an intimate friend. I CHRONIC D/SL/4SCS ..
m m. Florida
: L L Vfld DUZOR i' The farmer who hauls his productsten grading, rolling and dragging. Thor- I .
OLD HO\ S.
TWO
miles to market gets no more for ough drainage, raising grades in low CONSULTATION EXAMINA lION ewe I I). GEIGEK.

it than the man who hauls five miles. place, by digging .down hills and! : The :New; Year observation.- .Jot>- KIMMEE.: .FLA I J .

There is very little connection be- I bui.Iding subtantial bridges even ovei 'ph (J. Cannon, of Illinois, whi i:; 7(> TULSOAYiIHliaSOtVb I,A lIJqDA v'; ATTORNtY-AT-LAW

tween the cost to the farmer of mar- small creeks. Road improvement years old und Shelby Moore 'ullom, OFFIC Ct N THAI HO 1C I

Real Estate keting his crop and what he gets for should be planned by civil engineers of Illinois, who is 815, are published in Office State Hank Building

/ it. To realize what is due the far and county commissioners. Just remember Washington Herald. Says "Uncle PHO'NE .Jb6 OWL ANOA : Kiosinimee. Florida @

't, _ mer or producer transportation that good roads mean that Joe": --T - --

charges must be reduced to the mini- you can deliver at least double the I "Some good brother might think G }o'. KRI LiltS::

FLORIDA mum. One principal way to do thisis amount of truck on each load. If you that the best ,te.solution one can makeis Fruit and Truck. Land ATToRNEY! AT LAW KIM.SIMMEK, FLA. "

KISSIMMEE. to make your hauling easier, be are ten miles away, you save one trip i i never to take another drink or to I

i.i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : able to haul heavier loads, and to of 20 miles and keep your horses in I I smoke another cigar, and never to look We have /five and ten-acre tracts. .in Examination of Titles a Specialy.Notification .
liberty l'ark, the most desirable .uburban / '
haul more rapidly. You cannot feed better condition.S. at a pretty woman, while another man'might property on the market, whichwe and payment of taxes ofnonresidents
carefulsttent
your stock less; you cannot drive V. GODDEN, C. E., think, like our good German are offering for your considerationat given:ion :

U S. BULLOCK your animals faster; you cannot load 45 Milk Street, Horticulturist. brothers that a stein of beer is made prices that are attractive. We I )

your wagons heavier on the present Room 602, Boston, Mass. I I to drink, a pretty girl to be loved, anda will prospective lie, pleased purchasers to show these at any tracts time.to J I{OUEKT O. JOHNSTONATTORNEY

roads. The only thing that remains j . .... .. ** *** ** .1 good cigar to be smoked. Do not fail to see this property before : "

". REAL ESTATE is to improve your roads. Note the "My set of resolutions for the New purchasing;, as it has the advantages .

., :* : -mMr following; DAVENPORTV. Year is that I. won't smoke more than of being close in and on the very best AT LAWKISSIMEKE.
i Mm %-**mm **m %
A farmer of a certain county in thefltfiiitlt 1 one cIar at a time, and I won't drink paved road in the county, convenientto
:r i:;: >v 'I N SUR' NeE . Irani rArorri of hit iAtilinir to * * * * * * * * t* the city, school and churches. Five : :. FLORIDA. t
.. A, I more than is good for me. As to the .
---- --r- ------ -- --- --------- n acre tracts $250 and $300. .
+ and from the market town for one 1 I The South Florida Nursery Co. are girls-well, at my time of life:,..'eiy 24 tf. II. M. BREAKER & CO. IX10IS'C.'UAMKT '1'. MCTOM WABbOW'
preparing seed beds for planting] 500- I hat.Counsel for J odn of UM
Examination Titles a 'ear. lie made 120 trips and rated I don't suppose it is necessary for me Florida K. K. Comm. Criminal OvortYl :
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them at $2 a trip, figuring on the mar- 'I'I. 000 trees. This is a new i industry to make any resolutions about fair Hilt Bargain in a Home I l ASSKY & WARLOW '.

Specialty. ket price for labor and team. By just opening up in Davenport. women. I Splendid new six-room house, Just I _

doubling his load he could, therefore I The large new residence of Gen. "I 1 wish for all the people that they inside city limits line deep well lot ATTORNEYS COUNSELLOS .

t CorresDondence Solicited. save $120 a year.It eral Manager C. C. Farmer is about' will he happy, and well and courageous. contains two acres o' ground, good AT LAW :

'. is seen at once that if we can completed and Mr. Farmer's family God can give them the health. I new burn, wagon) and buggy sheds, I I Ir llnttad.ctlr,, in SUilra.all the aluo Court Infurv of the the Htat lorida and KalUnia ofthe 'i
I and all under good fence. Fine
cut transportation charges in half, is expected to arrive soon and take They will be happy if they live honorably new .l OunmUaiun.. and the Intontala T'aamm
location for small truck Burden) or Comn........... 4
for the farmer a very large sum an- up their residence here. I and put forth their best endeavors poultry ranch. This is a line proposition 11-11, CMAKIJUITON liumi. OIU.AKDO.<: FLA.

: J. W. Thompson nually will be reserved to the farmer, Mr. William H. Joetting, proprietorof I where one will have the free ___ _341 f r.
and the Elgin steam laundry of Elgin, |! : dom of the country, yet done enoughto
and all this means the growth "Let every man live so that he can NLKEV\) :JOHNSON(

FUNERAL DIRECTORand prosperity of the town or city and 1 Ills., ill a ,visitor at Davenport.! Mr. j face the world without fear of any I city enjoy, such as all splendid the advantages! high school of best the __\

the enhanced value of the farm, and I Goetting is interested in the develop- ] thing on earth or in Heaven." I markets, ,churches etc. Price $!li)0.! () I ATTORNKY: ASh COIINSKLLOR AT LAW

the increased wealth of the owner, ment of a grove here. I Says "Uncle Shelby": I :IM-tf 1\\. M. Breaker" & Co. Will Prm-tiff III all IxiurU

L LICENSED EMBALMER and all due to the road improvement.It :Mr. F. A. Lahman, of the steel :, "I'm not going to quit anything, I I State and Federal .

: Opposite Courthouse is, then, largely to the increased bridge works, of Annawan, Ills., is and I'm too old to take on anythingnow. ;Modern L'p to! Dale Home Office Citizens adjoining Hank l Broadway

r8SIHMBm FLORIDA. value of your holdings that you should now in Davenport looking after the I don't do any wrong-that is, No. 404.-$3500.: New, modern I Kissimmce ,,
I six-rOom cottage, bath, lavatory, hot
look for the financial benefit of good cultivation of his grove. at least that I
am going to quit. and cold electric r U. JKNKINS a. M. WOODMANJ
water lights, beautiful
.... roads. It is in that direction that Mr. H. E. Brincr, of .Titusville, Pa., j I I'a About all I do is eat mince pie and expensive mantels, new furniture, I

the large tangible profits lie. I large oil well owner and operator, I plum pudding and I .expect to keep it nice rugs. \House furnished complete, J ENK1NS & WOODHAM

Improved roads mean something who purchased the J. E. Bowen grove, ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x:
Tested and Proved Good 'I up."I 147% feet, on which is :20 full l bearing SURVEYORS
has arrived in *ith his
Davenport
more than this financial benefit, for don't smoke. I don't drink and orange trees. located in three I

-4t' Freshness as well as highj\{rade quality. they increase the educational advantages -i family to take up his winter residence I don't chew and I go to" bed early and a half blocks of the pobt office. Kissimmee Florida

., t' Call for what you want in the uplift and extend social life, I here. something"Uncle Joe"like and Lincoln."Uncle Shelby" I on beautiful Verona street, in the very _ .t
and widen the religions opportunities Mr. Adam Schocbertin, manufac- : are best neighborhood. Call and let J
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GROCERY.LINE two dear old boys who 'have led temperate I us show this beautiful home. .4.MONEYBROKER .
in rural turer of the famous Schoeberlin you .
possible a community. lives without
being abstemious
Terms on part of purchase i if desired.
Farmers are everywhere awake to 'I Noodle, of Aurora, Ills., is now in and who are young no matter 24-tf II. M. BREAKER & CO.
the benefits of school privileges for Davenport looking after his orange what the calendar says. If all of us New York Syndicate will Finance
could tamper with temptation as successfully nallraada. Water. Kloctrte.: IIlnl.... TI_
their children, and they should see grove interests here. and live to.be 76 or 83 with- No. 464..-It certainly is I exasperat y-n.lrrimtlnlr Rond.. Stocks a. $100..
the connection between good roads Mr. I. I. Goldsmith and wife of Aurora out suffering any ill effects from our ing to see an opportunity of making owls und. KaprMcntativ up. F. Q. THOMAOON.86u. .

an.] good schools. III., are visiting Davenport now moderate indulgence, there would be big, quick money, and then not be KunMMBB FLAo
that and attending to the cultivation of ro Ni w Year resolutions. And how able to take hold of it. We can't
Any movemept means improved -
I n.uch less misery and buy all\ the good things we see, and we ,
roads should have without hesiDON'T his orange grove here. Mr. Goldsmithis would be in the world! noverty inore are willing to pass them along to \ OO> . . ........ r'!

connected with the Chicago "Tele our friends. Here's a sure cne.-
- phope Co.There 113 acres all platted ani! ready for II : FIRST CUSS BARBERS : >
"''U'I'I'I<:. sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- ;
BE DISAGREEABLE[ is a movement on foot now Not.ic.- IK hcra.hy irlvcn that the HnriilHi ted within 1A miles of our passenger I A. E. FORD :
to install an ice plant at this place in automolillillrcnac tax In Onc..ola depot, on and in close proximity to 18 Broadway ,'I

..... ___________________ the near future. I (':'flinty.WIIH flue I Klurlila and, payable for the(>tol.yearn 1st, 191213 1912.- the best hard road in Osceola county. CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. :

Mr. II. E. Bales and wife, of Aurora, and unions the name l Is paid on or be- We are offering the tract in a body c r Under ,New Management. *',1:
ri" ]11., are stopping at the Davenporthotel fore traoiiH.K,-l>)'(Inn. Int.or 1913. by any (", non or I at a very attractive price. No fur- o. 4. 4 .o 4. 4. . . . .
You Can Prevent It If You Will. automobiles whether corporation for owning ther expense necessary to place it o i i _
and are looking over the landin hire or rorp..r"oII" the market in small\
t us, hail bo guilty of a ml,- tracts. See us.
: $ : .DIBBLE&SON Why be a slave to your feelings and this section. Mr. Bales! holds a demi-anor. and upon eonvlrtlon shall I 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. \
make yourself disagreeable to be punished by a fine This law will i LOUIS
friends. your | position with the Lyon Mfg. Co., of be enforced strictly after Jan. Slut. A. SEARSON
j They are not responsible for i
- I I IBIS. "I'Hynii'ijl of thin I license .
L :your troubles. nor I. It their faUlt that his city. lax shall I Farm for 1
g ._ ,, 1/.. made to the county tax coil Ttor. C. Sale .PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT !
I :you curler dally rrom the terrible pain Mrs. Frank M. Harker, of Wil- U Handy, who will furnish applicant!
: which are produced by rheumatism. I with full details. Located on good road, onequartermile
I
Get the Habit I You have the same body to-day that mette Ill., is visiting Davenport. Mrs. II I.. UKIOKR.County from city limits, good five-room AUDITOR it

OF SMOKING A you had yesterday but not the same Harker's husband has a valuable pieceof Prosecuting/ Attorney. ceiled house, large new barn, thirty ,
/
4. JP f REAL CIGAR'OSCEOLA" ambition.because nor the you tame have disposition.That's not taken. property near here. 4-2t acres land, twelve of which is cultivated Commercial and Mmlclpal Accounting'

Taylor's Best Blood Medicine. I Mr. S. W. Lackey, of Stanton, Neb., sixty young orange and
'
.!' Come to our store and get a bottle To Whom It May Coacersi grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach Incorporated Accountant of the 1
to-da.y. and It It doetn't relieve those ,I who spends his winters at Davenport, Notice Is hereby given that on the trees, some plum and pear trees, one International Accountant'
rheumatic pains to your latlsfactlon is preparing to build a fine modern 10th day of February., 1918. we shall good family horse, one buggy, one 'r
I I apply by flllntf a petition to the Honorable
Sold at all storel.who want take the bottle back and !get your bungalow in town and will hereafter James W. I'erklna. Judge of the- wagon, two seta harness, fifty chick- Society,. Detroit. :
money. 7th Judicial Circuit of Oaceola County. ens, ten head cattle and all tools
: the bert for their customers Price, 11.00 th. bottle. make this his permanent residence.Mr. I necessary -
Florida, to adopt a female child of'ttmd..r to cultivate place. A bargainat P. 0. In 177 Mali OffIcE':.. $
Look for' Union LabeL Your own druicirlst recommend and '. Frank Ward, who with his years. I t
guarantees Taylor's Best Blood Medicines ARTHUR MORRIS $2,500. Write us for terms. U8INNU.FU.fI AUDD*. I.---"
,, ask him about It. wife recently arrived in Davenport. -4t-pd MAUDE B. MORRIS. I 36.tf H. M. Breaker & Co. 1 ;-.C j.

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FRIDAY, j 4li:NUA..t'V'I.17, . ''1913 lIil' '.. THE l*1S5IMMEE. ;, VALLET' GAZETTE., -c YA'CB', ik.

r- .+at rlhM1 . -- -, ':'- 7 ,-"', -- .", Uk. 3
4err of* the' governor's party were:. Mrs.;
B6WNS, -' ,
HANDSOME i
Trammell' white charmeuse over

t white satin, draper of B,9henllan.la e

AT INAUGURAL BALL and jewel. American trimmings Beauties, pearl' and.,sapphires -', H. M. BREAKER & CO.M k F

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t -. Mrs.'Walter' Jenkins of ;Jackson-. u
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yule; yellow' charm euse.' with mari- TO ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS'that they have. moved .

LADIES IN RECEIVING LINE beau and drapery of silver spanglednet BEG across: the street into the new Wearing Building. We Will '

pearls, white roses be pleased to have ain.. .. _h'"
.__: _ .yon jfisit oar:new quarters:
\ .of lav -
.Park
{Y J\rfr ,J-Taylor Tampa, ,.
SMARTLY ender charmeuse with imported Mal.
WERE AS ARRAYED WE ARE LISTING BARGAINS' EVERY DAY
,
kd ta lace drapery, rhinestone trimmings, ,

oG AS THOSE WHO ATTEND, diamonds, Palma violets. ,Consult oar fist and should you fail to find therein the kind. ., ..

WHITE HOUSE. FUNCTIONSOF Mrs. D. B. Fudgeof, .Bainbridge, 'of property you require-call on or Write us and we will take pleasure

.p -KIND.r' Ga.. blucrep.. 'de'chine, jewel trim- in looking np such property as you desire. _

,$ SIMILAR. mings, diamonds, red carnations.Mrs. "
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---- ,Griffin Park,, Alexander'' City, 'YOU"CANNOT MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY FLORIDA,

Ahu,._white,lace over.messaline:"with - "" LAND WELL LOCATED. , '
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'For I many years ina guratlontime' (
trimmings amethysts white Kil- -
rose -
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has been a red letter day in'social circle larneyrouest; **-- 4-1 *When-7oa'.ee'any" property adTertised 'by ,us"yon can. re.f.--

4 ,, i} .*- a*:well "as-.in"the:official[ circles l The costumes'worn by the other ladies sured'that it ii not Low, Flat Land, subject to overflow., We .do. not,, '

at Tallahassee." 'Last week has bean of Mrs. Trammell's house guestswere list that kind of property,,neither,do we offer it for sale
no exception to the )rule but has, witnessed i ,
L'V.t : Mrs L. M. Bennett, Lakeland, 1 'f' '.
Ii functions
the brilliant social
most
yellow cbarmeuse\ , drapery of bro- .
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in Florida's. e
of picturesque
the
history
caded crepe, gold lace and chiffon. ORANGE GROVES.. ''',
and romantic capital city. white carnations. '. *

The crowning events of the social Mrs. W. Graham Harrison, Alton,' We hare some of the best Orange Groves in Oiceola County listed with ;'

activities during inauguration week blue charmeuse, beaded net drapery, us, as follows: One twenty-fire acre grove, one fifteen acre grove, one twelve s ;
are the reception and ball on the .
of inauguration day. These maribeau trimming, pink carnations. acre grove, one ten acre grove; two three acre grove and. one two aero crap*\ ., t, '
evening
v ;+ events were a fitting culmination of Miss Emma Trammell!, Tallahassee' trait grove. All of these are first class* groves, which can be purchased at

..T ; t the imposing and brilliant ceremonies pink brocade crepe meteor with -overdress reasonable prices and on easy terms. We will introduce yon to the owners' ....
1 of embroidered chiffon, pearl
k A inducting into the office of chief mag- trimmings, pink carnations. and let yon deal direct with them. J..
istrate of the state Hon. Park Trammel '
!, the youngest and destined 'to be Little Wilma Jenkins, Jacksonville, No. 301-An attractive home in 0 I No. 429-Large lot on which is located .
: dainty little frock of pink de : '.
: Florida's most crepe Pinedale. This property is just outside one seven-room and one three-
popular governor. chine with lace and ribbon;. of city limits, on high\ ground. room house. Large house lighted' fy

Society allover Florida will feel a Mrs. Joe B. Johnson, Tampa, im.. House two-story and contains eight ,.with electricity, has toilet and kitchen
keen interest in learning that the re- I ported robe of chiffon embroidered 'in rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin sink, small house also has sink and t
:cent inaugural reception and ball were I II ish, two porches? fine well and large toilet. We, will sell this property asa .
I truly most brilliant aft'aira.and society gold and lavender chenille over pink barn.> This house is located on a five- whole or separately. This property f
.
io charmeuse, serguin trimmings, hya acre tract, with beautiful view of theNcity is well located, will pay 10 per cent.F
people who have resided here cinths. and lake.. Land is adapted to cit- I in investment if rented.. Price of both.
for years, and who have witnessed fruits and This houses 1
Mrs. J. Fred Williams, Atlanta, rus trucking. prop $2,500. ;
many inaugurations pronounce this erty can be had for $3,800 on very
the most brilliant of them all. white duchess satin, over dress of favorable terms. Will introduce customer I No. 434-Fine tract'of 40 acres, just
I' one black chiffon and pearl trimmings, to owner and let. them deal di- I short distance beyond city limits on
The gowns to be seen were hand- Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid .
- - pink. Killarney roses. rect.
some creations of great beauty and high school, churches and market. a
Other ladies in the line
charming taste. They were quite receiving No. 309-Splendid new six-room Price $30 per acre. Terms on part if
EAST COURT PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL'EXPOSITION. equal to those seen at the White were most handsomely and charm- house, just inside city limits, fine deep desired.
ingly dressed and the beautiful cos- well ot contains two acres of ground,
House receptions in our national cap- tumes of the ladies, with the conven- goof new barn, wagon and buggy i No. 473.-We.have two eight-room .. "
t sheds, all under good new fence. Fine houses suitable for rooming or board .
4
ital.Chief tional black of the gentlemen formed
of interest were those worn location for small truck garden or ing purposes; they have electric lights .
IE crest Bait Court at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition by Mrs. Trammell!, who is now the a most pleasing' vision to the large poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- ( water and sewer connections;located Jl
1, T Is designed for pageantry surpassing the famous Durbar : crowds who paid respects to the new osition 'Where you will have the freedom in splendid resident section. Call on I'
"first lady of the state, and her and will show them to The i
us we
you. !
of the
his country, yet close enoughto
wife and and
of India. It will constitute a snltable setting for oriental or governor, party, to
", guests for the occasion-some of enjoy all the advantages of the prices are reasonable, terms easy*
modern drama upon s colossal scale from bug staircase or the state officials and their wives, who
whom were in the receiving line with city, such as splendid high school, best I *.
I from the tops of its encirclingwall* (be visitor to thin "Court of Joy.. her and Governor Trammell. Thosein formed the receiving line. markets, churches, etc. Price $1,500. j| No. 381.-A 20-acre tract located on t
" ousne.." will be enabled to witness, the pageants tbat will bft II featureof The wife of the new governor is a i marl road, two miles from depot on .,
the ttiposltlon The main tower of the court will oontnln a (great! pipeorgan the governor's personal party who most clever, talented and interesting No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city}.5cr Cl ud-l'8&d. I'trperty-fisa-gob t

with, echo organs In tbe smaller towers; within the confer of tbe assisted in receiving Were the follow-. -.. .t m-ry-am08t.Charming! JimitSr-en-the-OriaTiditrtiltra\ a-d. Land house and three-acre orange grove In. 1
la&y--and is cleared, fenced and ready for the
from ,.
This will yield 'S
court will lie a basin containing grouping of classic .tatuary. clnji__ ._ ingjGovernor-Pai h"TrgfflTneTT; "Sirs: plow. The elevation is suitablefor bearing. grove
hostess. Society at the capital will high 1 i 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each.
: -wTTrplai-upon Trammell Mr. and Mrs. Walter S.
faun. ,
Attr1LlluLnlmpba.EllCtTlc trucdng.
flgure citrus fruits and This
be all that one could wish for duringthe year. Sufficient land cleared and inI -
-. fountains night Tropical shrub and flowers will contrast with tbe Jenkins, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Taylor residence of Mrs. Trammell at property will soon be. available for I cultivation to increase grove to twelve- a'
; sterner effect of the colonnades statuary and facade of tbe court 4n Park, Tampa; lion. Worth W. Tram- resident purposes, as the city is ex- i or fifteen acres, and at same time can c
Its architecture the East: Court wblcb wUI lie moue tbe main group mell! of Pensacola, Mrs. B. D. Fudgeof the governor's mansion. panding rapidly. A bargain. at $1- I be yielding any garden truck desired. -

, of exhibit palace, will resemble the oriental phase of tbe Spanlnh- Bainbridge, Ga., and Mrs. Griffin 200.00. i lIt fn search of property that will :' .
Moorish architecture. No. 459.-Five acres inside city, bring results this fall, and at all times
Park of Alexander City, Ala. Sayings of Napoleon. cleared, fenced, plowed, ready for while extending new grove, Investigate ,
The costumes worn by the ladies Imagination rules the world. cultivation. This tract is near the I this. This property is convenientto i

Force; without intelligence is noth- Aultman farm, on high ground. $1- town, has marled road on one side..
n _ ___ 000 Takes it. 1\ one end. Price 4200.
ing.No "
man's loss is irreparable; for no

man is indispensable. 'KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST" '. ,4 .-',',
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. They should have knowledge who Here' the opportunity; to buy homesite in the newest and best located* ,-.. ,
.
1: Business and Banking seek Men to are govern led by others.trifles.It sub-division. i

is but a.step from the sublime to PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette streeUjoverlook-, .'. ;

the ridiculous. ing the City and Lake and is bound to become\ one of'the beat residentsub,

" There are two means of moving men divisions in Kissimmee. This where the birds sing and not where the frogs
Should always be closely related and the financial -interest and fear. ,*
croak. Lots are high and well drained.. This addition is planned for people'who
When a man is bent upon public
institution that can afford the greatest accommo- office he has already sold himself.I appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land,

dation to its customer /*,an attest to auy .com .. conquer provinces, but Josephine to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to 'sell all these lots"\ '

munity. 1'>' .. wins hearts. this: 'winter., Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100.per

I .An institution. that has at all time" exerted" ',, -J, ,, ,, ; ''The only victory"' over. love is. found lot on easy terms of payment r :, '."': .:I'\ -; : *'*\'' "

I' ..., \ '" ' In. flight. v ,, "-, " -*- \. .,','r',,.\/". .' ,r ., ,
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every effort to, acccmodate: and please. its ;patrons \ W : ( A faithful, friend. the'true: image
LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS.
of Diety itself.
i* found in the 1.
Death overtakes the coward, but Of course every one desire's a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.; v .

;. \ 1 never the brave man until his hour We have nice high lot, near the lake which we are offering at prices' r

: Citizens Bank has come. that are attractive. See these lot, get our prices and terms .on them before;

you decide on a location for home. _?.. t,

"My 'face is my fortune," said the No. 474.-We have two four room No. 47<>.--Close' In home. This is.

of Kissimmee girl. "In that case I would advise cottages located on nice high. lots, a nice little house of five rooms and ...
you to go through voluntary bank- bath, with modern conveniences, on '
73ttxl47tt feet each within two
,
corner lot 75x120 feet Within two
ruptcy, responded the man, "and then
blocks of paved street, in South Kissimmee. blocks of Broadway. House furnished
take the intellectual '
r up pose. -Pitts- One of these houses is ona complete, ready to move in and begin

burg Post. Corner lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expends }
ture of additional money above the :
SEEDS FOR these homes at a very low price, and price which we offer the property for.
FLORIDA. pn easy terms. Price $2,200.00, including furniture.:
Bean., Potatoes Tomato, Cucumber,
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Our past years of satisfactory record in the financial Pepper, Watermelon. Cantaloupe, W I
Sweet Corn, Squash, Egg Plant. If you +

world stand out as a tribute to our efforts in this sectionto quote want result.delivered plant price.our on>first-class ed. Let Potato us-I SMALL, FARMS: ,.

Seed. Livingston's 'True Blue
furnish a financial institution that would at all times Sealed.Blobe. Tomato $1.10 per lb. delivered No. 476.-Nice little country home, five large rooms, porch, several 'outbuildings -* f r ;
e W handle everything; In the of five land
consisting good
Seed Line. Write us for acres new such as grain houses, tool
Spring Catalogue
give the greatest aid to the business concerns in our midst three-room cottage barn and poultry and wagon sheds (tables, etc* One .
r Kllgere geed Ce. Pleat City Florida. house. This property is only half deep artesian well and one surface ;t
and at the same time be aa conservative as necessary to l-4t mile outside city limits) on best hard well. This land adjoins the' finest e
roadjn the county. Splendid: place orange. grove in the country, growing
safeguard our interests. We call attention to our com- COMMISSIONER'S BALM fpr poultry. Price $800. on the same kind of land. All kinds ,.
of crops grow encouragingly on Wa. k
parative deposits for the time that we have been in exist- OF- REAL E.1TATK. No. 477.:-Close in small farm. This I land and it is the prettiest place-for i' r
Under and by virtue of a decree of splendid property lies just inside corporate -' ''a home in this section of the country.,, '
.' partition and sale rendered by thndire limits, on high elevation over- There is a fine line of forest trees on '
ence.
of the Circuit Court of the Seventh looking the city and lake contains the outside of the
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and fence with a beau
for Osceola County, and Issued out of three acres good land, all cleared and tiful palm inside of the yard also
said Court In a cause therein pending under good fence. Small box house. some thrifty map'les, magnolias live' r-.
,
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Statement of Deposits wherein plainant, Lawrence and Isadora L. Barlow A. Heard Is com-and This property is well located for sub- oaks and several other varieties of . ._Y
i Comparative John 4J Heard, her husband, are re- division. A money maker for' the shade trees and ornamental shrub ,
:
; the undersigned Commlesl'oners into that secures it and sub-divides bery and flowers. We want to Introduce
In chancery will sell
Commenced Business April 2. 1910. highest and best bidder to ,the at t city lota. Price $1,000.00. you to the owner of this land ;k
pu ,llc.duction at the nt.roo".a of the and let you buy direct You can buy
Court House In Klsalrnmee Osceola No. 471.-A 20-acre home. This it at a bargain and. on favorable "
County, Florida on MoNDAY THE lies miles a
splendid property two north terms of "
Dec. 31, 1910---------------------v----------- $120,244.43 17TH DAY OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1913, payment.
S during the hours of local sale, to the from town, is practically level, rich
following described real estate the dark gray soil with fine chocolate FARM FOR SALE. I
b, := 172,260.28 property of the said Complainant.. Law- subsoil 16 cleared and in cul- \
I I Dec. 31, 1911---- ---------- ------------- rence L. Harlow and sat d Respondents, ; acres Located on good road, one-quarter
: Isadora A. Heard and John Q Heard tivation, the remaining four acres mile from city limits, good five-room.' ; F e
268,382.44r her husband situate In said Osceol fenced covered with a good growth I ceiled house, large new barn, thirty '

Dee. 31, 1912-- ---------uu----------- County Beginning, Florida at the to-wlt northeast: corner of of pine timber with some scattering acres of land twelve of which ia,in t,;:hi'r;':. .,, '
Lot one (1). Block L, Jf Robt. Bass oak; about 1W acres of nice young cultivation, sixty young orange and ,"I:" Jf
Addition to the Town of Klsslmmt thrifty grove in bearing, besides( a grapefruit trees seventy-five ,peach ,_S t
City, Florida run west sixty-six
feet, thence south one hundred twenty(66 number of fine Japanese persimmontrees trees, some plum and pear trees, one'
nine (111) feet, thence east sIxty-M some: peaches, mulberries, good family horse, one buggy, one
(se) feet and thence north one hundred blackberries( two kinds of grapes wagon, two-aets harness, fifty chickens "
twenty-nine (IS*) feet to the of
place and few bananas. The buildings
a
ten head '
beginning, together with the buildings cattle and all tools necessary -
situate thereon nt..ltt'e all and slngula are comfortable, but not of great to cultivate place.' A bargain at ki
the n and appurtenancea value, consisting of a box. house of_$2,500. Write ,us for terms:
thereunto belonging and
< DIRECTORS every right, title and Interest legal 01' "\ '

AiLIUI'a.'r t Donegal ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President r D K WEAVER: low equitable and Isadora of the said A. Heard Lawrence and John L. Bar-Q. -"WESELL' HOMES." ''I +r}
I. '11.1\1. PFANN, 1at Vlee-Prealdent I Heard, her husband of. In and to the
w 'W/DANN 2nd Vice-PresWent **m*. II
C. :
.' A. I., IL conOON Cashier JAB.S.-1 M.BUIXOC JOHNSTON.. M. BREAKER cOJII l'
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President.. t Vans,Agnew A Crawford. Co D. CARROLL, Attorneys. H.. Complainant'D. ARTHUR GEIGER JJ.Solicitor.The DON. Coramlsslonera.Ed. AN. I' :

}K sale of above property extendedto .
WEARING
BUILDING KISSIMMEE :FLORIDA.
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ni,, Y;Yi !Ii Yili ifili Yifi !Ii Ifi'YiYili' Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi!Hi ffi Hi Hi!Hi ffi !W Hi Hi HiK W Hi!Hi Hifi IIIIII: i III1II1II11I11 11111 "CHESAPEAKE",Kissimmee beautiful ,knoll Fla., on six the miles ated east south story upon l' '

: !Ii" . !HiHi Classified Advertisements Lake miles;Tohopekalisra 10"a six-room, water bungalow view; '

;.......H?. ; : ,l"l"C.au fountain of ever-flowing nure

I:: Stylish..Shoes. ..Stylish..Men.--"Hi I. ildiirUYewe.b-tr. tr..tea aisd9e iYt. Y..d at tea. nle--er FL". I phur of worst water case that of has inflammatory cured the wrib:rh* .
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--,,-. !Hi Pee Ida. F. Ir.CY: lartloa.- ; 'm U that-was: thoujrht-'to-ber.

---- -:. Hi"Hi . . .. .. .. .. .. 1. 1. 1. 1 I I I I I. .-I I I II I I I I I, I I I I I I I I I ISIS I I I I piIIi-t-I-I I hopeless of case myrtle; 1731 trees acres and of land 11
W W - - - acres pastaseven ,1
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Hi : .. ::. ,Our. New FYi - .L- .- land matI and half '
.. :, Spring Line -'FOR SALF. +F.o1i-.8ALE=Two.bedsteads a acres cleared plow),
.i : .. :((7:'., I tresses, used but<6 J montll-wiIl'sell -l.d and fenced,ready for this spring f
" ,' .. !HiHi Mabbett at. 2-2t-pd -fine hunting in winter '
I. Reds'. cheap 901 crop; : anilAshing
,
Hi '' . FOB SALE-Fiillblood R. l
',-" -.''''''''"' '' \ .. .. ''I ;; for hatching:, 15 for $1.60. C.II. the, year r01lndgood; pro..f. ?
HiHi .; '-. HANAN.. ._ U! eggs. Blanchaine. FOR SALE-First Class Al Restus- osltion to one seeking a home.for
1e --n;; location health profit and pleasure.
r jant doing good business. Best FIIjP'
!HiHi .sellingmy sale Address owner Mrs. .,
for .M.ffS
;
Commodious in town. Reason
Hi aa.:' f :' Low. Shoes are: arriving daily-Do not fail to see them.. . ;FOR family SALE residence OR RENT, wide- verandas, ,undivided time required to look Riggen, Kissimmee, Ela.' SatisfaVtory .
.' -... ... .,, Ask to be shown that 60 after Interests of other reference 4-
HiHi new Tennis Shoe. with outbuildings, fllowing well; property
.....
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.' .. .. :" 'I . '"w !HiHi under cultivation parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- j
land
....... .. ... .,,. acres of Hammock, portion G.ove, Kis- simmee, Fla. 3'tl FOR RENT-Good house six I9omrr
at
Do that I bath; close in; Enquire ,of Mitt
not
I forget A. B. .
simmee, Fla. to
.. Apply
; 15 Church St .!
y Splitter r
billiard 4-fo
size
2-tf FOR SALE-Large
'p Him January 13th and 14th !Ei | Drought. with full equipment. tablel j FOR SALE-Well established l,,'
FOR SALE-A complete set of the Frank Vans Agnew. grocery
!HiHi business, good trade
are the days for our International Cyclopaedia. Very enjoying ; best )
-- -- of for selling excellent
-- -
------ reasons ;
----- location '
x cheap. Inquire P. O. Box 64, or at -
) I cheap rent Full particular
SPRINGOPENING I 15 Church street. 3-2p FOR RENT. i
fi Hi
i to interested parties. Nelson.Realty' .

!w; !iiI FOR SALE $3500 will buy a valuable -; DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. I Company._ 4-tirl';

!Ii Come in and order Your Suit x! i, property in the heart of Kissimmee Tiller. I FOR-- SALE-Ten acres of good Islid'- )
now paying about 14 per centon
... .. .. the above amount. Enhancingin FOR RENT-Two modern flats, with I in East Northwest Vine Kissimmee stree. Suitable fronting?
- on for
Hi = .. === I value every day. II. M. Breaker all city conveniences. Apply at i i
< small fruits, vegetables, generatetrucking I
& Co. 39tfI the Gazette office. 20-tf ,
dairy or chicken farm. If'!

EH. C. STANFORD COMPANY |5i I FOR Miller.SALE-Four good mules. J.Itf.W. FOR store RENT OR SALE Brack-St.Two-story North i I| sold which quickly is less, than will the take city, assessed$750.00.l.!""'
building on I
Stanford 29tfFOR valuation. G. F. Kribbs, Kissim.mee .,
Kissimmee. II. C.
Hi ifi FOR SALE-One' 6 h. p. Gray engine Fla. 4tf., \

Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi !Hi Hi Hi Hi HJ Hi Hi Hi Hi !Hi Hi !Hi Hi !Hi !Hi Hi !Hi !Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi HiHi Hi Hi Hi !W!Hii $00.00$75.00.; one Both 4 h.in p. good Barber shape.engine at F. .RENT-A modern 3-room flat, i I LOST=A bunch of keys. Reward Ifl
49-tf with all city conveniences. Apply
_ Vans Agnew.
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-- --- -- -- returned to Dr. Winn.
----y -- -- -- to W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf 4UWANTEDSecondhand

"FIRST LADIES"; MEET to Kissimmee soan, acting upon Post- I For Councilman. ORDER YOUR trees at once from '
: master Frank Vans Griffing Bros., W. II. Brokaw, salesman office desk,
; Agnew's annual I hereby MISCELLANEOUS.WADE .
''i F I announce myself a candidate room No. 1, State. Bank Build- must be cheap. Any kind of desk.
BRILLIANT COMPANY report, to settle the preparedness of I for the office of Councilman, ing. 40tf Apply) W. G. Durant, Box 673, Post.'
,, conditions for city delivery of mail, 1 and respectfully solicit the support of I the tuner, Orlando. office, Kissimmee. It,
has received verification from the "all the voters of this city. I promise FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein-
i department.The if forced cement fence posts and ::!50 MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co., IIESK ROOM-wanted by a real es.
MRS. CLEVELAND AND i i elected to give the same careful cypress fence posts. A. B Jarrell, and we will get a drink of the best tale dealer Address P. O. Box 683.:
MRS. Kissimmee postmaster received attention to the At Kissimmee ) .
city's interest that I DrugCo.FOR soda water made. 31 tf 4-ltpd .
this Week letter -------- .
a from the Fourth would to
my private business Election : --------- -
HARRISON GUESTS OF HONOR SALE-2 h.
International
Assistant Postmaster General that p. RARE BARGAINS in homes,
an March 29th! 1913. orange
Harvester in
gasoline
j engine, good
AT WHITE HOUSE. inspector would be sent to Kissimmee groves colonization- sites, and
.
| Respectfully, R. D. WARING; running order. Will sell at a sac
trucking land. Send for booklet
i soon for the purpose mentioned. rifice if taken at once. Apply at TI
just issued. Frank II. Davis, Apop- :
j The city authorities have complied Forty thousand wireless telegrams Gazette office. 37tf ka, Fla. 50-7tp
Mrs. Grover Cleveland and Mrs. with the requirements as to naming reached the coast of Great Britain last I FOR-- SALE-Seasoned-----'- -- -----1 grapefruit --- . STEP_

A Benjamin Harrison were the honorguests '. and numbering streets and putting year I trees, two. years.: old:_good condition, j j I'I f| HQMESKEKERS,, ATTENTION .
Send for limit illustrated IwmklptI )
at dinner Sunday of Presi- --- --------- u-KH'iiis.. '
down henry w. mun wau- I BY
sidewalks. It
is confidently expected
I issued, de criptiv--o-f
just
I dend and Mrs Taft. It was the first 'I chula, Fla., nurseries on Kissimmee i Apopka'and
that Kissimmee will
have house River, Bassenger 5.2-81:! pd adjacent country. Apopka
time in the history of the nation that delivery before the summer. Board of Trade, Apopka, Orange :
three "first ladies of the land" dinedI I YOU NEEDOur II FAWN INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS County, Florida 52-4tpd I Step
--at lhe m.uile_ in the White (luse - --- -- -- - .
---- ) The Colonel's Unfailing Calmnews and drakes for sale. White egg variety (GOLDEN; OPPORTUNITIES)
Among the guest.s-re; Chief Justico ="* 'hhri1ra-bnHtd--n+ew piece of infor- $1.00 each. C. I1 Funk, Kist i from ante
time to '
turn to alur
acquire
mation. Everyt who reads Brick CatalnJltl.-if-you ere "Mmm---.Ja.--, __. __. 1i ltf . \ -
will
and Mrs. White, the secretary of ) it -- - --- --- ul.l. Int. iinil, t r..h in, Lhi/ frrnmif) .
going to build. We handle - ----- .
it, because it ----
the appreciate destroys a i RALE-I"ruit city of St. (1 I ud, lit -------- -
and bargain
Mrs.
Treasury McVeagh, Sen- FOR I store, corner of )pric i"Adlress -
fallacy, obliterates mistake
a and annihilates every kind of Brick, large it
; __ ator and Mrs. Warren, Senator and a dE'lusion-all of which is I Broadway and Main htreet Good; A. E. I Draught, St (loud, "',- hast gained i the confidence of
small lots. i I Fla our
Mrs. Newlands, Senator Hoke fine in Shipments anywhere locution Price $150. Address, I P. I IO 2IfidOP4fiv04404P4tY4P40'
Smith, a performance ruination. patrons until we have a very fine Col-f
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln, Mr. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt never Box 594: _ ___:3-"it:_ i ; : let'lion of choice farms, select homes,
excited in all his life. ,I h --
got The lots
I vacant ,
and Mrs.' David R. Francis, Hilary poetic <;KT; OUR PRICES FIRST FOR SALE One good 10) 4 acreage and orange
driving ,
quiet of a summer HM, the dewy mare groves from which those of
I A. Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. John W. stillness of a June dawn, the shadowed AND SAVE MONEY. I one work horse, one exceptional I I' .<> Wanted-To correspond with I II' means, moderate means and ample
parties interested! in ) very
Florida
Griggs Rear Admiral woods rider'horse.! May be
,
A. hush
\4 Sidney of twilight, all these things seen > lands. limited means may purchase very
Improved *
or ummpnned
at 67 Oak
Staunton, Brig.-Gen. William Crozier, 'are tornadoes, tempests, and hurri- street 3-tf ? Oranges growing < satisfactorily Call at the Elite Real.
Brig.-Gen. and Mrs. Clarence R. Ed- canes compared with the atmosphereof I A. C. ConyersIf FOR SALE'::::" Beggar; weed seed 50c I'* and all other suited on to improvedI citrus f ty Parlor, I akeview Cottage, No. 608

wards, Mrs. George,W. Goethals, Henry contemplative surrounds this quiet statesman.which incessantly If- per II). Velvet beans $3.00 per bu., I.0 fruit and \egetalilcs Pine land < convinced JVnfield ave.of, S. Kissimmee and be
I the
White, Mr. and Mrs. John Hays you don't believe it, he will tell Tom Watson and other varieties of or hammock, prairie or muck, in ments truth of our state+
Hammond, President John G. Hib- so himself. you its a Brick I bave it Watermelon Seed 50c per lb., 33\ S. large or small tracts. Prices *
'I
:' years of honorable business deals I'l and terms right. Near new rail- 000
iy ben, President John H. Finley of New "Colonel, are you excited about thissituation' ,.
is
!" Duval Bldg. Jacksonville Fla.24t I ings our foundation for success .road and in new country. Write 4
i3 S York University Mrs. Finley, *tr.' "My dear boy," replied the colonel, and your guarantee of proper Jas. A. O'Herry, Whittier, Fla. ltf+ Mrs Mary Summers It
r and Mrs. Charles P. Taft, Mrs. Thomas smiling benignly, "you know I have pd.GEO. I treatment Girardeau Seed Co., 0
:
Monticello Fla. 313t. < ** < + < <-'o) S fi004+O PpTraveling
F. LAKEVIEW
Bayard, Mrs. Daniel S. Lamont, always been famous for that crater- COTTAGE r

Mrs. Leitner, Mrs. Marshall Field, like calm which is my chief. charac- F. PARKER. ,I FOR SALE-Ten head of good log-.1. Ixcturer for society Co 60H Penlield Ate.. Near Clyde'First ;
Mrs. M. E. Ingalls, Miss Cleveland, I teristic.-Popular Magazine."I I Bing mules. We have only ten left. I I the remaining lirtcner )- 1 should like, -

Miss Louise Taft, Miss Helen Taft, want a nice book for an in- Attorney-al-Law. Selling out mules on account of log- |i, to thank you, sir, for so attentively Hospital Surgeon Well
Solicitor-General Bullitt, Assistant valid." Collections and Conveyancing ging with skidder. Any one want- hearing me to the end of a rather too discharged fourteen : we
patients
'
Secretary of, Commerce and Labor "Something religious, madam'1""Ernohe's Specialties. do ing well gdod to call mules at a bargain will long speech Second ditto: Better be careful today.If
At \
on us. mill
eight Local
Dean Andrew'F.. convalescent."-Bos- member of society: Not at this keeps we'll
Cable ; West. of miles from Kissimmee. up have to fall backon
Ansley all, sir. I'm
ton II the
Transcript. Broadway. second
Princeton, Prof. Thomas J Preston,' Lumber & Tie ,Co 3-tf Punch. speaker.. dogs and monkeys to experiment

"i:, ,:Francis" Lloyd Stetson and EameqMacVeagh. ..... .- ---, -,- _. -- ----- L.. .-_.-.. S pon.--Lit; .
1 -
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Justice White was appointed; the .

Supreme Court by President Cleve- -
land, Senator Hoke Smith, David R.
Francis and Hilary A. Herbert were I

members of President Cleveland's r
,, 4 Cabinet. The husbands of Mrs. Bay-

ard and Mrs. Lamont were members I.
also of Cleveland's Cabinet.
I :
TT Following the dinner there was a

jis r musicale in the East Room. I II I i


CATTLE ON RANGES: i


: ARE( fARING WELL i

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THE 'EAR'TIIAT THE WET SUMMER I QUEENSWARE

WOULD RESULT UISASTK" CROCKERY
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? OUSLY PROVES ERRONEOUS. .

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E. L. Lesley returned this week from

; a visit to the range, and reports the We are going to discontinue

:4, i cattle fn good condition, which will be our line of
,
.
i good news to many who are vicari- ,
ously interested in the cattle industry.It CROCKERY '

was feared by those directly con- AND QUEEN S WARE
cerned in
the business that the excessive -
rains of the summer would provea

bad thing; for the cattle. They were From this date this line will be .
if reduced to starvation diet by-the rains, on sale
and the fear was lodged in the possibility
t of .hard winter. The mild

'weather has brought out 'the grass, REGARDLESS OF

and the cattle are beginning to fat- COST

ten again, and the apprehension that
great numbers of them would die
from their summer's experience has
f turned out to be luckily erroneous. i iL

CARRIER- SYSTEM TO L f I We Mean Just What We Say !I Dont, miss this opportunity to buy '


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=- so uoa. ; ,, 't .. JANUARY 17, 1913 VOLUME',xvi:-:NUMBER 4. ,

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, .. Read About: the Commission Form of' .(Government f on Page 4 of this Issue, tt .. .



r RETAIL MERCHANTS is'established in Kissimmee the post. .I dent of the Mississauga Golf, Club,of '
office ADVERTISING GOLF \ 4
it 'now peoplewilJ., but ] "need'''it-they' peed COM .AND: COUNTRY Toronto.' This, club has a member ROAD CONDITIONS .
they will need it

! FORM ASSOCIATION and then.,the The' court fraternal'house 'orders officials need more need it,' TO REPORT TONIGHT:; J 1CLUB ORGANIZED ship$ of, 350 and and it, is a only*club ten house years worthP75,000 old.The' HINDER BUSINESS ..

full list ,of officers
' .. comprises ,
-, Jt;:the banker need it, and the broker I .
,
p.t' the following: _
_
;!\t', PROTECTIVE, FEATURE'STRONG ,her* call1nc'Ust-need It. The needs-it-the-aundry''young lady with' SPECIAL MEETING' OF. UOARONEW : HAMILTON IriTpRESIDEHTWILL .) President. ,''1...., A Hamilton; vice KEEPING VISITORS- AWAY 1 :

>x fli 1 man needs It, and the clothespresserneeds president, W.J,S.Carr; secretary and ,_ ,
,' treasurer, Lewis O'Bryan captain
>- ; ,,
it -
.. j WILL ESTABLISH CREDIT!: "INFORMATION Everybody needs"it, in fact. J. W. Simpson The 'executive com s
" It was with ,the idea of supplying MEMBERS OF BOARD OF REPRESENTED AT THE : mittee is composed of Col.. J. Hamilton LAND COMPANIES ARE,NOT'' ENCOURAGING "
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this :
need that C. '
F.
tt ', BUREAU TO AVOID before Council Tuesday Johnson appeared. TRADE WILL HAVE MEMBERSHIP MEETING TO BEHELD IN OR- : Gillesple of Sarasota; Frank Vans PROSPECTORS ; r

'ra JIl'BURDEN evening and Agnew, R. J. Meiklejon C. W.: Ward
'.\ AND TROUBLE proposed to issue a city directory if DATE FROM THEFIRST' 1 NDO LATTER PART and H. C Stanford. TO COME SO LONG AS TRIP_

'rt I W% OP; BAD ACCOUNTS. the the', Council information would gathered give him by access R. vto C. OF YEAR. I OF FEBRUARY.Th Those present were L. A. Hamilton, HAS TO BE MADE BY AUTO. ;+ ',

t Lewis O'Bryan, R. J. Meiklejon;
Weldler in taking the recent c r
census. Frank Vans Agnew, Edgar Katz, J. R
Mr. Johnson
The Osceola County Retail Mer. offered to give five copies I The advertising committee of the Kissimmee Golf and Country II. Reese D; B. Potts, Fred F. Hunter The'complahlts of the condition of

It.", chants Association was organized in of the completed work to the city for I. Board of'Trade has been requested Club was organized Tuesday evening, J. W. Simpson, G... A. Sharpe, the roads below Klsiimmee are constant -

., the Board of Trade room Tuesday use in the various -offices. He is to 1 i by resolution to report at a special with L<. A. Hamilton as president and These with the following who were and unless the County Com "

-, evening.The assume all the responsibility of pub- i meeting which has been called' by- Lewi O'Bryan as secretary. The not. present, became charter membersof missioners remove the, cause and

iftt association has as its prime object lishing the book and is to return the I President Stanford to be held tonight. meeting was held in Mr. O'Bryan's' the club: .W. B. CrawfoM, S" H do without delay the road conditionsare

-: the mutual protection of its'mem sheets borrowed from the'office of the The object of advertising was discussed office! number who were unable to Bulloch, W. J. 'S. Carr W. A. Smith going to be responsible for the'
,. City Clerk in ]Condition.
t; bers against bad accounts, the encroachment good II informally at a meeting held be present authorized the use of their Paul Weaver R. $. Woodham, F. II loss 'of many investments that might 4

k. of the parcels post and It Is hoped that the business me,,'I Monday evening, the gist of the opinion names and the club begins with a Jenkins A. W. Gustus, C. W. Ward, otherwise be made. ,

to'n other things that operate to the detri- of the town will give Mr. Johnson the being that some means of pub good,y membership. W. A. ,Doyle P. A. Vans Agnew, E. There may be some doubt concern- '

: ment of the local dealers. support necessary to make the publi- I(licity should be in use and that prompt Mi. Hamilton was chosen to, presides G-:, Vans, _u. Amew.-A. -K., -Dnnoimn_.....-,-., -An--. ing the authority of this statement,. y',

-.., It was decided that the secretaryof cation of a directory possible. It will I action would even yet do some good I I) temporary chairman and Mr. drew Johnson and A. R. Wrenn. 1 but'a little investigation disclose

,s. the association shall compile and contain a great deal of informationin before the season was over. was elected as temporary sec Col. Gillespie who was given a that it li entirely truthful and reason.

keep for the use of the members a addition to the mere enumerationof Some time ago the advertising: com retary. Mr. Hamilton outlined a planof place on the executive committee, has able. ; i

- credit information bureau. There is names and addresses. It will give mittee started to 'prepare a booklet, organization and touched upon the visited .Kissimmee much and is ,well} The'land companies whose holding*

to be a credit interchange so that the' lodge and church organizations the but the expense bf getting out the desirability\ of having a club here. known here. He is the most enthusiastic lie to the south of.Kissimmee are not S

merchants may be fortified against the location of streets the judicial sittings kind,of booklet desired was greater I The l inks, which have been laid out golfer in the Slate and has encouraging any new buyers to, come

Belling pf goods to parties' who are not for county and circuit. corporation thah the funds in hand and the committee on the Hamilton and Meiklejon property beautiful links at his Sarasota home. before the completion of the railroad

considered responsible. directorates, etc., including the went no further with it. south' of the town are said to He writes for the leading magazines through the prairie. The land men g

'. The operation of the parcels post to many things in the way of Informa- ( President Stanford said he wanted a be aa good as could be found in the that make golfing news a feature, andis say they cannot afford to bear the *' 1 {
I tion that are needed in the daily life full meeting of the body natural condition and little in all of their
work
the hurt of the local retailer also came before/ any very senses a valuable acquisition heavy expense transporting
in for discussion, and steps will be of the town and which at present are action on the subject was taken, and : will 'be required to make the course I to the local club. prospectors over the roads aa they

taken to keep as much of the tradeat unsupplied for that reason, would call a special one of the best. I The membership fee was fixed at five are now and have been for some. time. h,

>)> home as possible.The Mr. Johnson expects to begin the meeting, for which tonight was set The club will have representatives dollars, the year to date from Octo- Heretofore the excursions to .the t

- following officers were elected: work without delay on the compilation | as the date. at the meeting which is to be held in ber. Lady members will be assessed prairie have been made by autdmobiletrain -

-' President D. R. Blenis; secretary of this Information and is readyto I By unanimous vote it was agreed Orlando February 27 for the purposeof $2\ a year but the distance is great and

J. W. Prentia. Committee on rules make reservations for advertisingspace. I I to set up the dates for the new member organizing a State association of Eventually the club will have a clubhouse the repair bills are teriffic, and the

,.- and Tegulatiansf'a11 ; Ier+n,-A.-lL Directory\ advertising! is oflhe who came in under the terms of golf clubs. It was this proposed meeting but the building of a home will land men claim that that this,onerous

Jarretl and J. W. Prentis. r>e rma tJrlmIJnr; tnrch'OTcespaces --;the-rerimtrontest.- Eveiy; new 1111-111- yjhlrh.spiirrt.,1: J.he..organization tJae, atternjBtedaa yet. The links expense offsets their profits when they ; C

l Ol-f ur Committee on membership: N. C- will be taken early. Mr. Johnson ( ber will have a receipt issued to him of the local club. are located on the lake and the coun- Tell Iii -amull-tiuets, and the-giuaUg:--- -

", Bryan M. Katz S. L. Lupfer.All is advertising manager for the l for'the full amount of dues paid in, Mr. Hamilton the president is a try club idea will probably annex part of their sales are of this kind. f

: merchants in Kissimmee of all Gazette, and may be seen at this office dating from the first of the year. devotee of the course and was presi- the motor boat feature thus giving a Wait for the Railroad. ;r.'

KT classes are eligible and an effort ill diversity of interests and strengthening The proof that the land companieshave '( r

being made to enroll the entire num- the numerical force and financial adopted this policy is found in S 1

,J 7.! ber. The next meeting will be held resources of the organization. the following "special notice" which

08 Tuesday evening, January 29.!! MAYOR BRYAN MAY : vAn is being sent out by one of the large ' '

be Example of Practical Results companies withholdings in the Kis. ;
"
SEASONS' GUESTSWILL
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HEAD TRADE simmee prairie:
BOARD
From Circulating the GazetteFor "Our present Kissimmee Prairie'

-f CIVIC LEAGUE DOES BE TARDY business is taxing our transportation, f
------I.-- facilities to the utmost. We have '
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r 1ee JOT fAVOR BENCHESTO ANNUAL PiJJNjMNjBJJJARTHE !. several years the CoJunty.Comrmisioners., have been sending'U'1llundreds therefore been obliged to' make a positive y

> ... .. ., ruling concerning: the inspection ,. jk
& of'coples; of the"Vailey \dte"to: prospective invrtor "-.
I SAYS CAPT. FREO-HUNTERr r1'i1Ict- ?

PLACE SEATS IN THE PARKWAYS TIME FOR THE ELECTION | that is to say, the Commissioners paid for the circulation of the paper "Free round trip transportation ;

- which service the Valley Gazette has performed at the cost of production. Kissimmee to Kissimmeo Prairie will w

WOULD) RESULT IN OF OFFICERS BEING NEAR j WARM WINTER IN TilE NORTH be furnished. 1st,-to all bona fide 'I

U I Ick INJURY TO THE GRASS. SUGGESTIONS FOR FILLING I Last week the Commissioners discontinued these subscription HAS CAUSED MIGRATION intending purchasers who are vouched ; .
for by a regular sales solicitor of
I From time to time the evidence forward and without making to
a* came
THEM ARE IN ORDER.
nt SOUTHWARD TO BE POST the company. 2nd,-To all contract:
'" The of the Kissimmee any attempt to produce it, the Gazette has: printed testimonials show holders whose lands, have never been F.

-\, Civic League Secretary furnishes the following The annual meeting of the Kissimmee ing the actual result' ,coming from this method of publicity, and they PONED LONGER., inspected ,either. personally, or by club i'
n Board of Trade will be held the '
account of Tuesday's meeting have been numerous. This week the Gazette i is permitted to'.cite another captain.. ; ", "
second Tuesday in February, if nothing qalready'seen
this ira mind-If have
.'So bear
a The Kissimmee Civic League met happens to prevent: the occur- r example, at follows;i. The number1 of visitors e in Florld-a Is Kissimmee Prairie you, or if .

In regular session on Tuesday'after- rence of this event which is duly pro A. B. Burgess and his' family .have' just arrived from Waterloo. less than usuaLat this season because
noon your land has been inspected by one
Several, January matters 14. of importance were vided for in the organic law of that Iowa. They are here in the flesh and Mr. Burgels tells the publisherthat the winter has been unusually mild of our club captains do not. come to"

before the League, one of.. body. At the same time the annual he is here because his attention was attracted to this section by the and the Florida season last year was Kissimmee and ask to be conducted to q,
brought election of officers will take place. wet and disagreeable.Such .
which was the suggestion in last President II.: Clay Stanford believesin I' Valley Gazette. He became interested, began to investigate and he was the reason given by Capt. the prairie a second or third time by be
will
week's Gazette that we place benchesin rotation of honors and will not be I has purchased'one thousand acres of land at Campbell station and is Fred Hunter who has just returned our company. You shortly
able to make the the entire i
trip way I
I the parks on Broadway Now, we colonize the He is office in Kissimmee frpm month's visit in Toronto for
where- a candidate for re-election as president going to tract. going to open an a by rail and you can then come and ?'

strenuously object to this us will of the Board and it' has been and the style of his firm will be the Burgess Realty Co. He bought the absence of the usual crowds that go nt your own pleasure." "
ever a bench is placed the !grass N. C. be found in Floridaat
that hibernating
bf trodden down and of course/ will suggested Mayor Bryan tract of land through the firm of Waring & Edwards of Lakeland. may A bouble Meaning.A .
would be a good man to succeed him. this season.
die, leaving an ugly spot in our parks, Mayor Bryan is not !going to offer for Mr: Burgess has exhibited his faith in ,this section by investing his "I was in an automobile for a goodly studious reading' of this notice "
indicates that it has double meaning,
which will mar their beauty which is the mayorship again and there are I good money and by opening a business to induce others to invest. This part of the day on New Year's" this admitted a
and was by one representative
-so greatly admired. many who believe that the Mayor will I one example should be sufficient evidence to the County Commissioners, said Capt. Hu'nter. "and I didn't wear of of the .
I one companies.
As it was the regular time to elect officer for the I IDoard. and I didn't cold. Of
make overcoat
fine an
follow- a presiding that the subscriptions to the Valley Gazette were a paying invest- get "There is a class of prospectorswhom
officers for the year 1913 the lie has valuable course it was cooler there than it r
gained some
ing officers were elected: Mis. T. M. ment for the county. It is probable (that they could make no other investment was we must take care of if'they* i
experience as Mayor of the town here bit) it was not disagreeablycold 'but
Mrs. W. L. Winn that would come said he, we are writingto ;,j
Murphy president yield greater returns.
which may be turned to account as and so long as the people there '
Mrs; II. C. Stanford our agents that we don't care for
first -
vice-president; president of the Board. have such\, good weather they are not ,
to until we can show them rat
second vice-president Mrs. H. any come.
; Lewis O'Bryan does not want to be coming south."I r
Mrs. M. Tiller, the land with less expense than is the'
W. Bocce treasurer; and discovered ,that good of 'lit'
secretary any longer a successor a many '
case at present. The roads are in a
recording secretary; Mrs. L. II. In- will have to .chosen.: D. B. Potts MAKES FIEF the visitors who came to Florida last '
CHARMING RECEPTION WAGNER horrible condition and every trip is \
gram, corresponding secretary. has been mentioned for the position.Mr. year for the first time formed an unpleasant -
It is earnestly hoped that the members -I Potts is editor of the Osce- and erroneous idea of its attended with immense repair bills
L. will AT CHAPTER HOUSE INSURANCE RECORD This doesn't happen once in a while, .
of the K. C. help the new ola Journal and has had the kind winter climate because it wasrainy
it time make the tt ttIt
occurs every we trip.
officers to have a successful year and j lof experience that goes into the making and damp most of the time. They ,
would be better for us if we didn'ttry
encourage them by a faithful attendance of work hink that this condition is characteristic
a good secretary. TJie) -
I GETS HONORABLE MENTION IN to sell any land until the conditions -
la the
which
at the meetings, WEEKLY EVENT WAS WELL AT-
I of the Kissimmee Board of Tra'do has of Florida weather, and it is difficult -
are improved, or the trip can be '
in each
second Tuesday afternoon suffered for lack of a paid secretary TENDED AND A PROGRAM OF PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO if not impossible to overcome made by rail. We've done all we. can
month. and it is believed that Mr. Potts this impression. 'Many of these persons -
to get the roads put in condition but
if he is elect- MUSIC READING ENJOYED. INTEREST OF CO. AGENTS.D. will visit Florida
) will rise to the occasion, never again.
we have been unable ,to accomplish
tt! i! ed, and do the work required of the "Since the first of the year how-
anything. We are paying a Large pro-
KISSIMMEE TO HAVE i office in a thoroughly prompt and ef- evening 'ever, the trend southward has begun. '*.
The Tuesday reception at G. Wagner who established an portion of the taxes of the county and >,
fecient manner. I stood in the Union Station at Jacksonville -,
insurance in Kissimmee last think we are entitled to some consideration t'
CITY DIRECTORY Alfred A. Tano has been mentionedas the Chapter House chronicled agency I the other day for an hour, andI

'I good material for a secretary. Mr. other pleasant affair in the series an-I fall, received special mention in the made a rough estimate of the crowds but Complaint we get Is very General.little."r u ',

Tano has taken an active interest. i in Mason's entertainments to be latest issue of the publication: issued that were landed there, and the num- The complaint is general and is not 1"
I the affairs of the town and was high' by the company for the agents of the ber I placed at three thousand, sixty
i
out by the ladies of the A. W. L. I.j limited to the land companies. The ,
PROPOSITION MADE TO CITY man in getting members for the Boardin I New York Life. per cent of whom were new comers to
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and Mrs. T. W. i hope is expressed that the County a
is chief of the state. We are going to have
the lie
recent contest. a
,
FOUND Mr. made unusual' Commissioners will take at the
COUNCIL< WHICH IS Wagner an record steps "
___ the volunteer fire department and Ellis were the hostesses for the even- I good season yet, but it is going to be r
next meeting to follow the recom-
November
for the months of October, -
ACCEPTABLE. has been the vital spirit of the social ing and they had arranged a programlof later than usual.." mendations made by Engineer F, H..

organization connected with the de- | music and readings which was ren- and December, wrijting_.f p.- Jenkins in his report on the Kissim- ;

partment. He is a live wire, and if dered in such a pleasing manner as 000 in policies during that period He Woodall-Patrick. mee-Whittier road, and after that is '

.. Before very long Kissimmee will he wants to be secretary he will re- to elicit encores for each number from came to Kissimmee from Sanford Married at the residence of. the finished to put the road gang to work 'fi;:

have a city directory, and itwill not ceive the support of many members.He where he had lived as trainmaster for bride's brother C. J. Woodall on Wednesday on the road below Whittier. !> '

be inadvance' of the need for it. would undoubtedly make an active the guests. The program follows: the Atlantic Coast Line. Referring to I evening January 15th, Miss r. \SS.....

There are many needs that the and consclentiops! officiaLJu Piano solo--Miss Nannie Reese. this former connection, the rticlf"cpn- Missouri Woodall, of this city to Mr. A letter from Thomas M. Dowell, "

business man finds for a directory; ge George F. Parker is treasurerof Reading-Mrs. Hyatt. cludes, "Better than railroading, eh, Hannigan J. Patrick! of Orlando, formerly\ of Kissimmee, but now of P

such a'volume is needed daily in the the Board, and while he is not seeking Piano solo--Miss Ruby Ellis. D. G.?" Mr. Wagner's friends are Judge G. F. Parker officiating. Pittsburg, Pa.,''fcaysi\,thai'he has soldv ' $4j it

office of a newspaper, and once the re-election, he says he is willingto Reading-Miss Thomason. congratulating him., The bride has a large family connection out his business there'and is'going to,'' *:,.,# :

book is i issued the business men professional -'! serve if the members want him '--&mlC-Mr. Doyle. This week Mr. Wagner was appointed in Kissimmee and is the possessor come back; to Florida:':)He:hope* to .' ..S.f'. rOo

men will' wonder how they again. The work is one for glory and Reading Miss Weckler. general manager for the Arthur E. of many lovable traits of character be in Kisoimmee before very long 'He :3 .

ever got along without It. The min: the general uplift, and nobody can accuse Mrs. John M. Lee and Mrs. H. M. Donegan real estate agency,- vice which ha* endeared her to a thought he would like it in Pittsburg,"'', t '

isters" need it; the draymen need it; the judge:of being selfish when Pfann wilt be the hostesses Tuesday Horace J. Woodall, who becomes city large circle of friend., all' of whom but he says,he can't resist the call. ofj.: (, 'J Ji-+'

the railroad'and express men need'ii; he says he is willing to serve in a evening salesman for the South Florida Lumber will join the ,Gazette. ,in extendingcongratulations Florida.and he is coming back&;to' theV" *

,and after. the city :delivery''of mail, Board of ,Trade office. evening next Co. : .' '". land and, the. ,people- ( he likes best: "..1'' ":
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., '/ . (, ; ''IA ''FaID'A ; JANUARY 17,'. il
..AII VALLEY GAZETTE
(v TilE KISSIMMEE - _ _ _ _ :


. .,-* 'AND' LILLY CHARLES. E. J JONES: PAT MURPHY IS' DONE; -done:charge--of- "'the talent't ,entrust \to. your, 'The Golden Egg and the .-Golden* u

Reader, let it not be you 'or 'me

', IN RACE'..FOR MAYOR TO CAST THE VOTE! FORSWEARS POLLTICS who has wrapped his talent up in a Fruit. An Ancient Fable and "

i napkin, but'rather give our talent an '
'I'' ,-' -.. opportunity to' increase.,, :a Modern Truth

ASSOCIATE ,EDITOR OF CLAUDE, .WILL DEVOTE illS TIME TO TilE : To let us be' of some, little' use to '

1 -w \, ..BRYAN .WILLNOT ENTER. RACE I, L'EMGLE'a- :" P 4r.EIt.wAS 'ELECT! .COMF1 LATIONJF!: ,A.JBUIDE ojur ommunity. Let',--there be less- '- S
let8de.monstrate
talk of whaT we"have but S
ED'PRESIDENTIAL! MESSENGER.. TO FLORIDA. what we the home. peopleare .t '

LE SIO'BRYAN.IS'.AN' AVOWED S doing with the gifts entrusted to 1 Once upon a time, so the fable runs, there lived a goose which ever;: '

CANDIDATE AND SAYS .HE'S The* State. presidential' .l *electors met S Pat Murphy; the all; time Irish poet our charge meted of talking on day, laid an egg of'gold. The."avaricious owncrvnot' content. that hit

SURE TO BE ELECTED in Tallahassee Monday The follow- and erstwhile politician, was in Kis- city corners of errors committeed.by all 'slew the goose) that he \ >
: ,
before the made him the most-fortunate men, . .
Council .
come
Interest' of city up goose
this week in the our
: TO THAT ,OFFJ & ing special fro mthe capital tells! of slmmee II .
4! t.J.-...- .YO."I.._ --_..,,..,,-.. SAt Murphy's Guide to Florida, of which Board of Trade like men and there. might come at the source of the supply of gold, but found naught of

Th;plot thickens meeting of the presidential he is the compiler and publish er. discuss public questions in a public treasure. Thus he fell a victim to his own greed.: So reads thefable ol'f i
-look'who's) here! electors held here today in the office Pat Murphy has been a familiar manner. There is lots to discuss;

.Judge James': W; Lilly:from Blue- of Gov; Trammell!, Chas. E. Jones, of figure at all the political and semi- among other subjects the advantageor the golden egg. '
L
grass Kentucky, 'sahl! is In the race Jacksonville managing editor of political gatherings in Florida for the disadvantages' of a commissionform Not unlike ,this is' the truth of the golden fruit. Jn sunny Florida, t.

.: .for.aaW Mayorof hnmeJ dg" Lilly Dixie, was elected, unanimously, to past twenty years, but things are not of government. The ways and. nature elected to plant the orange and bring it to such perfection '
the.line-up a. printed In last cast Florida's vote for Woodrow Wil- as they Used! to be, and Pat became means of procuring a much needed < .

.. .week's Valley Gazette1 and lost no time son, for president in the electoral col weary of bearing burdens! for others city dock, free to all; the advantagesof could be attained nowhere else, and the great markets of the North

., 'in casting: his hat into the ring. They lege. to: reap the, rewards, and he has for- keeping tagged as well as untag- eagerly poured their gold into the coffers of the Florida growers in re. '. .
have some politics in old Kaintuck, ( the he's in politics god dogs and our neighbor's chickens ,
The electors met at 12 o'clock and[ sworn political game; and
avaricious
and the Judge is prepared to put up 1 ected 'Jefferson B. Browne, of Key no longer, and henceforth he is i from roaming our streets; the turn. for their golden fruit. But certaii growers, short I-'t" ..

a fight of picturesque coloring. I"West, president, and Hugh C. Spark- going to devote his time to making I I necessity of watering our streets more sighted) said among themselves, "If our fruit is the first on the ma.rket)1 1", ,

j The next Mayor: of Kissimmee is to man, editor of the Jackson Leader, his guide bigger and better. x Pat frequently to keep down the dust and it f will* bring us the highest price. We will not wait for it to ripen, buL; ,.
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be a lawyer. Ita, the mentally, said works in conjunction with the railroads I the need of being cleanly as wellas

i so at .the theater Monday night, and j Marianna After the, secretary.election of a for the distribution. of hm I Godly on Sundays relative to our as soon as it is full. size we will pick it, color it by 'sweating,' and the ig. ("

each of the three lawyer candidates I W. Chipley Jones was chosen! messenger as alter- and it contains a lot of bOOk'// public thoroughfares.", Last, but not norant public will not know the difference." '
it jumped to the conclusion that Ita was advertise
form tion for the visitor. The least how to judiciously
nate. The mpptino-- was attended bv and the
of him. So they did as they had planned, ignorant oougnv-once.
thinking all the electors, and they agreed unanimously lication is out of the usual; it contains I regarding. tlu bringing of desirableimmigration
Judge George F. Parker, who stated upon the officials selected.. several pieces of the compile"s! verse among/ us. Then, still being ignorant, it said: "Florida can no longer grow 'good

I. last week that he would likely enter After the selection of .the officers, for Pat is a born poet. A choice bit) I. Neighbor, commence the. New Year fruit," and refused to buy. '
'I the race, is a lawyer; the same is true the electors the of it i is reproduced below: I t by forming this resolution: To give
passed following resolution -
of Lewis O'Bryan ,and Judge Lilly : ------.:. -1. I moral and financial support to the Many of these avaricious growers are still trying to fool the public.

t ; pleads guilty to'the same charge. The un'deTsfgned presidential electors SWEET AUK THE FLOWERS Hoard of Trade and help place it ona But the ,public is no longer ignorant. It has learned that it is as true

1)0-1: ) Judge around Lilly practiced in Kentucky law for thirtyyears and of the State of Florida, on Janu- By "Pat J. Murphy' substantial bu.sinens footing. now as in the past< that in quality of orange and grapefruit sunny Florida

Minnesota. lie up was Mayor of Crooks- ary 13, 1913, at 12 o'clock noon, met i QUILL. )leads the entire world when the fruit is allowed to mature and fully ripenon
in the capitol building in the city of (0 sweet are the flowers that bloomin
II.;, ton, Minn., and was city atorney at Tallahassee and State of Florida and illarney:: !fi! !fiJ5J5Ii5Ji! ! the tree.The .

another time. "fwice' he represented -cast the vote of the people of the And sweet are the waters that kiss !ffi 5 !WIf responsible growers of Florida will allow in their packing housesno
.Gallatln county, Ken., in the State assembly -
her shore KISSIMMEE P\RK.
State for Woodrow Wilson as the green ; ; !tfiHi
and he held several minor I'next president and Thomas R. Mar- Sweeter and dearer, and sure that'sno fruit which is not; fully tree-ripened. A great number of these growers
!ifi
.iJ offices. Judge Lilly is a stern advocate shall blarney, f have united in known the Florida
as the next vice president of a' co-operative-organization as
! ! !fi ! !
:\: of law and order and stands for Is the dear little shamrock, the I
the United States and representativesof Citrus for the of their fruit for what it is
:at ii a progressive administration: He Exchange, purpose marketing -
adore.
plant we |
We thank
progressive Democracy Since my last visit to Kissimmee
'4 thinks'a mistake was made in raising I the people of Florida the the finest fruit in the world. The stamp of this organization, Florida
r greatest Park I find a great improvement at
the .millage, but he believes in making Now this is the day that we all wear I
I trust in their gift, for they have vested the shamrock I the paik The improvements going Citrus t Exchange, on a box of oranges or grapefruit is a guarantee of
I public improvements and doing all
in us the right and without lifiri. } .
f.itutnll til
power '")11 i eIICOUl'liLO ? OW
.: that can reasonably be done to induce I direct instructions To honor the saint from the dear quality. 'I,
qualifications .
or '1of
11" \ piopeityT
I lilt people to invest in Kissimmee and Km'rald Isle; i|
\ help pay for said improvements. to cast the vote of a sovereign Stateof So fill up your "glasses, we'll drink to I 1'. Puns, of Preston, Pn, has When} you buy Florida oranges you are practising real economy' for

< S,,\, Beef Steak Supper in Store. 800,000 inhabitants and 80,000 the lassies. ; I live" '!I'd I II nice home on his fifteen they contain 40 to CO per cent more juice than others of equal size; a

S The adherents to Lewis O'Bryan are voters, enfranchised and citizens, for They au the dear ones our heart1- I .11'je {l'OO, and( i is developing) it and box of them is 15 per cent larger than a box of other oranges. II
president of the
vice president intendto it in fruit .
lan )><'jfiiileI'lie put a jrrove
soon to receive invitations
\ to beef
S a
r
') United States of AmentaJeffersoij W. I 1-'. 1 1-'IIIII'Olll..S I and wife, of Kan-
steak supper to be given by the friends I H. Bro n., Charles. 17. t thistle I lies wit hcpel when winter (Citj :'\10. II.... here visiting :Mr
---- :-KS \ {
S .. that-aspirant--fur .. .
Mr. mayoralty honors. I Jones, LelumT J. TTemlelson, If f S is sn.irTTnff --- 1://ail banks'. ,) ;: other. 'E FT: Faii.banks,"

,\ O'Bryan believes that the city Sparkman, William C. Jones, J. Fed The r1..s of Kngland are not to l I"c t Kissiinmei1 Park merchant, for a PZI244AMerrillStevens
S \ will prosper under a young man's ad- I Oeberry seen; | .
S f W W<- >ks
: ; are ministration.inattentive Not but that the older men I Telegrams of congratulation) weie I I' ))own by the brookside where blackthorns ] Lou Seaman and Willttm :McCool

I they have so many sent to Governor Wilson at Trenton, ale rowing .,rt. building a new launch.
things to absorb their. attention that and Governor Marshall I You'll find '
at Indianapolis. our dear shamrock, John Davis is the new manager of
/ they find the
public service takes too Messrs Chipley Jones and Inland they'ie sweet, fresh and jrieenKISSIMMEK the farm
r much of their time from private con- poor {. iKe"position a
Henderson! presidential electors wetk .
S cerns. The young. men have the time I returned to Pensacola last night. ; BOARD OF TRADKHas /; ago.Henry -
!
and th"e ambition to do something i Sayres has erected a new!
I home on his! beach front which is CompanyHave
that shall be lasting. lie is alive to It Anything More Pertaining To a ,

the needs of the city and has some ANNUAL ELECTION It Than a Titular Existence: great improvement to the beach, and

\ Ideas that he would like to see put in '.I I is also building u new .nnn launrh___ -for-- his_n_ a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality

'Statute form for the good of Kissim- j Of omcERS Meetings, both regular and irregu- 1 1 own convenience.C. of work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General Black-
mee.' It is likely that Mr. O'Bryan's lar are called by order of the pren-! H. Blanchaine has just finished

S campaign will be formally launched dent, through the medium of our city j planting a five-acre tract of Irish, potatoes smithing and Repairing. I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding.

S at a beef steak supper to be given in WOODMEN OF TilE WORLD HOLD newspapers, who fail not when occasion -{ on his property and has made V/hiteOak, Mahoginy, Cypress and other Hardwoods always in

the near'future. offers to help awaken our citi- |\ lots of other improvements on his stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re-
05 MEETING AND ELECT OFFICERS zens to their civic sense of duty in I land at the Park. '
Judge Parker Announces. .' pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited.
: Judge George F. Parker FOR 'YEAR. promulgating principles ,of progressive Mr. Blanchaine has another five-
.. was a j 600 to 654 East Bay St. Jacksonville Fl
'. order ,.
S close second of Judge Lilly in making I through the medium of a acres which is ready for yntlngL.tnd! ;

iS( his formal announcement. Speaking "': live Board of Trade. which he intends to plant in various

of his Meetings are called but' members kinds ,of garden truck. -4tpd
candidacy Judge Parker said. S Osceola Camp No. 79, Woodmen of
fl think Kissimmee 'needs an the .World held their annual election, and other citizens of our community' The 'writeris informed that Mr.. ,
S
economical administration. The Mayor of officers last Tuesday evening' 1 the "cometh not. Rigglns intends to plant a five-acre '11 m IIIIIMIIIHII. 1111 MII MIIII iiiniiii IIIIIMIM
and Council will have the expenditure election being postponed from the The only attraction which, so far tract of tubers on his ,land.D. .

of 'a large amount during the first Tuesday in the month. fas drawn' the masses of the people is S. Paige, of Chicago, is expected

next year, and this money ,should be The following members were elect- when the Board happens to give a here soon to put in his ten acres

conserved with great care and busi- ed to office and will serve for the "tea" party. Then one can hear more of land in potatoes. W. W. YOUNG, OF LIBERTY CENTER OHIO

ness like judgment: While I favor year: bombastic sky-scraping language in a Mr. Zimmerman has made great' : ,

the strictest economy I do not mean Wm. W. Saunders, council com few hours than will take the average improvements on his ten acre tract Tells the Truth About Some Land
to that man a life time to digest; but whenit since his arrival here at the
say I favor a niggardly policy. mander; B. C. Miller, adviser lieut- Park.

I believe in making public improve- enant; R. T. Butler, banker and clerk; comes to actual work, time given / Anyone wishing any plowing or Near Kissimmee Which He

ments, but I think the letting of contracts J. M. Crafton, egcort; G. A. Rexford gratitously to forward city and fill work done call on Mr. O. T. Collins. : ,

should be surrounded with such watchman; James Powers, sentry. county affairs, the volunteers are He has a horse and farming : Has For Sale.

: publicity and safeguards as will The former board of managers were scarce as hen's teeth. tools to do any kind of farm work. -

guarantee the people that they shall unanimously elected to serve again. All praise to those few who endeavor Albert Wyman has one of the finest :

[ have jhe best possible service for the I The W. O. W. is a strong organization in to much keep the spark elf life alive lettuce fields in the vicinity. The average : .Three years ago when in Kissimmee, I bought several tracts of
our advertised
money expended."If in this city, having considerablyover Kissimmee weight of each lettuce head is land because they
I i Board of Trade. Without I were cheap. The best of these tracts lies withinone
I am elected I shall direct one hundred members. Installation participation two pounds.
my mile of the city limits of
Kissimmee
in and on of the
energy first to the construction of a will 1 ba held next Tuesday. its meetings and selfishness I II The parcel post is rapidly transmitting hard roads. I one improved
cannot use all of these lands
manifested in myself, altho I Improving
individuals am
-
city dock. I regard this improvement and our the orange blossom of Kissimmee j
of
some them, and have therefore
whole' divided the above
.. an urgent need. I am willing to HanselJolly.On community collectively, we be- Park to the frozen North.N. into tract
5 and
come as 10 acre lots and am offering them at little] advance
a tinkling brass a
over
1 pledge best efforts etc. Take C.
my to secure a Enge, of Kissimmee Park
Sunday ,
January 12, 1913, Mr. cost the
,
it for prices being $50 and $60 I
dock that will meet the requirements granted that God Almighty wall over in Kissimmee per acre. want to see these
Jolly Padgett and Miss on business
Mayme Han- lots
made
into
has happy homes. I
and there are other things that I sel endowed us with a birthright Tuesday.Mrs. frankly admit that there will be a
united in
may were
holy matrimony.The be little profit in it for me, but I it will be
discuss as the campaign develops."' took justly to proud of. What are we T. Paris is spending a small one. Men are not
ceremony place at the bride'shome a coupleof
Mayor Bryan Will Not Ron. doing to help develop itT days in Kissimmee this always governed by greed. This land I is as fine as can be found in
on the Gee place at week with
:
; Southport, One safe the' State of Florida, and it lies close
and tried to the
Mayor N. C. Brytn stated Wednesday where a 'few friends, including the way is through Mrs. G. W. McKelvey.C. rapidly growing city of
S that he would not seek the office bride and bridegroom's supporting and help making'a live H. Blanchaine is having fall : Kissimmee, the county seat of Osceola county, and is certain to be I
parents, were wire of our Board of Trade. : worth doubleor treble the present price in two
again. He said the office requireda gathered to witness the When we crops of potatoes dug now. or three years, when
.
great deal of time, and a busy man' riage. 'After congratulations happy mar- pass to the other shore it will be I Mr. and Mrs. I. S. DeMent are hereto good 'lands close in will be all taken up, but I want to se epeople
I were I questioned of : made happy on these small farm's.I .
could not give the office the time us, "What have the
__._ __!. __, .. itS given and a few gongs, a sermon was you spend winter. They have' built
.1 have
6 'f......... u n. _10 na one term was ---- . -. .' : placed these lots for sale with II. M. Bleaker & Co., of
.1 1S i jpreacneu on i nnsi's; .
coming bacK
enough to satisfy his desire for the.od'ice. ]j I again to receive his bride unto him- _: who are fine, upright men, and you can communicate
I with them
or write direct to me. .
.
self, in the air.

4 Makinson Being Urged.W. I Stress was laid on ,his speedy, un- Set : .W. W. YOUNG. ''t' ")II
More
B. Makinson is FruitThe ,
being urged by I expected return, and of the necessity I..
many to make the race. It is not improbable of his children being filled with ,

that he will be induced to the holy ghost, which is the essential, bloom 11I1I I -MIIII u mi.I P I P I I I S 111I I II S I I I S I '
run. He is popular with a large element preparation.Mr. on your tree now is the foundation of your 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIllt
.* crop next fall, and the -- -- _ _
only blooms -
. and this considered with his Jolly.Padgett. is well known in that that count are the - --- -C
ones "set"
their
property interests and the success he the surrounding country, and of influence fruitYou'll tote some fruit by drop _
has? achieved in business will be strong { ping er splitting, so make your trees set every orange they
:' factors in his favor. I I is Christian among the young people. He .possibly can NOW, by proper cultivation andArmour's SEMINOLE LAND &
The antiadmlnl.tratiofaction I'' a and has been a member INVESTMENT COMPANY
will of the Church of God, something

probably put out a full ticket, but :,{:over a year. This gives him a good =-- ---- si
; this is a development of the future. :''chance' to let his light shine among FertilizersWe -STOCK = ,

There baa been no positive movement :{his many friends. And we trust his make
In that direction yet, though there is I the finest grades of chemical and animal goods in I can sell 600 shares of the
godly life will cause others to forsake thirteen stock of the Seminole Land
& In-
.I aome talk of it. I sin evil special analyses for citrus trees-good* to fill YOUR vestment Co. Why pay the president or treasurer of
,
communications and evil need__Oar the above
If IL M. booklet fully describing: these company $20 a share for stock which
Breaker make the race, associations. goods i i. free. from $7 to they are buying from others'at
i Talk with $10 share
and will he admits that he may do so, he I I. His wife also has given up the when you can buy per direct from and me selling at $10 to per you share.at $20 per share, '
of necessity stand :'
by the administration

; and will be regarded as the ,world serve the and Lord together in "the they beauty expect of holi-to R. S, FLOYD Kissimmee Fla. Address K. McKAY 7 E. Tremont Avenue, New York cii,.

; } : candidate of that f. :tion. Mr.; Breaker ness. :, .
.
a ,.is a member "of Council and is I We earnestly desire them Armour J ptil;... W.L..._ _ 9...... .__;
a happy u -
S ---w-_' '
/chairman of the Street Committee. continuation in thia beautiful ; ; fl-
Fred Bees is standing pat as being I a life of way; JacksonvilLe. a temporary dock to which they will Wm. H of -
peace and joy, and a bless- I I tie their new launch.It user, Jackson, Mich., returned '
.the. first
..announced'candidate; and ing wherever they go. to his home after a few-days '
ays he is confident of election. is understood that Mr. L. MeAl- visit
: .. .- C. M. PADGETT, Evangelist Iteter will do some more improving ; with his family"here last week.:; ,

on his beach He was very much :delighted ,with i
- property. I '
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, N .. M. 01 BUSINESS FIRE LOSS LAST YEARCHIEF
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'" ...,. Fight; -room two-story houa.: and' CO foot lot on North .Main

'. ....:;.r' ..' street, ''close 1n; house rented for $20 per month to good tenant,

THE"RECORulF FIVE 'EARS TANG MAKES REPORT house_is_modem,tine pl.ce.to keep..roomers and.still hav. room for J: a '

. ... -, ... u. .- I fair size family.' Price $2,000. favorable terms of payment:, d

;, a i< .--,-- TWO COTTAGES CIIJ1AP-We: ; have a five'room moderp cottage -,

1. SHOWS STEADY G.ROWTIIIN THE TELLS OF TilE WORK OF THE DES and a three room cottagej; ,each have'lots/ ample ,room for r

I '"ii' e;. VOLUME, OF MONEY THAT PARTMENT AND SAYS THAT other houses, on paved street. Owner says sell) ) and'we want all offer .

[ '" X WAS HANDLEd on these place., and if possible will accept .-. ,
[ ', AT ,THE ,.MORE_ EQUIPMENT: IS. CHEAP. LITTLE FARM-10' acres* irood' land less than two "I

, ._ ---:-- ,.. .-- ,LOCAL, POST 9TFICE.' NEEDED. niles from the city,limlty of Kissimmee) 8 acres fenced with bog $'

) Otis Most IiteffiMi Economy .----'r' ence, with two wire. above; about four 'acres l cleared; two-room ;

I 1I to B 7 tie Best He >f A record "of.the financial end t of the i During the year 1912" Kissimmee' 'ouse;good deep well of. soft water; good soil; will wrap It up'for '

\ ;,1v.+ , Which M,... Cleape* postoffjce business-::the.sale of postage t I+ has been ,blessed with a scarcity of ou for $450. Sacrifice price, but owner says sell. +

BUY WHITE CLOYfR stamps dmitteiJ/; has,:,' been made t flrea,. and.since.the..purchase. of the,' ORANGE..AND..GRAPEFRQIT..GROVE-20..crea--on..- .

ROORJYOUR by W. L. Poulk, flnancial!,'statistician. ,fire auto and the! reorganization! of rom city limits, all good land, 16 of it is fine citrus fruit land, bal-

nwillnr.h .r.dectbnflSh.art. h.ndaar hoa, of the Kissimmee postoffice. the fire department in June, baa had nee (good trucking land, all fenced, 15 acres cleared, 6 acres bearing li

I1pa'oy erowinIr o tas of l/nhh.d th./ Mla Product rob.d.lql .. A summary of the .figures''shows' but three alarms of fire, the first on rove, consisting of oranges, tangerines; grapefruit, peaches and

Guar.al..d lb. BEST Mon. that Klaslmmee has had! a steady June 22, was for a fire in the old Pil- pears, wlthTjome lemons, guavas, etc. 4-room house, stable,.-well

p retund.4.ctory., U Sol louad hlahlr NIII.-. growth during }hat period. The 'I ley building on Broadway, and was and chicken house. Owner is nearly blind and will sell this valuable

GROCER HAS IT- volume of business done ill a place hasa 17 Year Old Student of Osceola' caused by an overheated stove setting property for $3700, on terms if desired. This: price Includes

number of barometers. Every indicator High School who won State Orator- fire to the walls, resulting damage by considerable fruit on trees.

known shows that Kissimmee ical Medal at Ocala, receiving the fire and water amounting to about LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE-127 .icrei excellent'land, t,

Is growing rapidly, and the amount of unanimous vote of the judges for the fifty dollars. frorting on lake, and extending to county' road, fenced and cros-:

orders issued and paid reached a sum honor. Mr. Buzga is the third stu- The second alarm was for a fire ih fenced, about 8 acres bearing grove, some fine..hammock; flowing

larger! than has ever been recorded dent from the Kissimmee public the old negro shack on Main street at I wels, six-room house, good stables, fine view of lake and town from
the'local 1 house, banana grove near house, pretty pals and livT55ks aroundthe
at postoffice. schools to win a medal in a State con the head of Church street. This
During the year 1912 there Were tes t. fire occurred at 2:40: in the morningand house, fine home and valuable property, for sale at $100 per ri

8,605 domestic orders Issued, representing -' showed excellent work by the department acre, or will divide place and sell part with grove and improvements. 1'

Ter the sum of $43,304.12; there FLORIDA GIRL HONORED. as they made the run, ex- Come so thTt valuable property.

were 32 international orders issued' Miss Isabel Maya of Monticello, who tinguished the fire and returned to I HOME ADJOINING CITY LlMIT -23 acres adjoining city

representing $374.16.: A .number, of is teaching in.the high school depart- headquarters, replaced dry hose on .limits, drive'off hard road onto farm, can look down main street

other items entering the account, like ment of the Ocaa( public school this wagon arid, disposed of the wet hosein from porch, very pretty location, over 200 bearing orange frees! XIi
'
r the fees, etc., run ,the total up to year, and who is regarded-as one of 51 minutes from the alarm. and other fruits, six-room house, three room servant's house, pretty i

$52,903.62. The number of orders, domestic the brightest teachers in the state, The third alarm occurred on the last shade, beautiful place with city advantages and yet enjoy freedomof

S-it paid was 5,057 for the total? Was highly honored during the recent Saturday in November at 6 o'clock in the country. Owned by a widow in Pensylvania who offers this ;

of $ state educational convention. On place for $4500, time on $2000, if desired. r
sum $41,944.11; there were 213 the evening, for a chimney fire in\,the
international orders Wednesday morning Miss Maya reada OTHER FLORIDA HOMES AND INVESTMENTS. '
r paid reaching the Central hotel, which reculted in no ,
amount of 466891. paper for the association which received '
Why are B and P the most important damage.The
I letters of the alphabet? The following gureq show the the highest praise and admira- reorganization the depart- NELSON REALTY COMPANY

the growth for five years:* tion from all who heard it. So"much ment has worked to the advantage of ,

Money Order Receipts for Five Years. impressed with Miss Mays' paper, Kissimmee, and the members have Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.

ABc DE 1908 ______.______I.______$18,847.81 which showed the capabilities\ of this reached an efficiency wjiich compares Lo

1909 ________________i____$27,635.69 young woman, was Dr. Herman Har- very welt with any department of its
t10 n__________________.36805.73 rell Home of the New York univer- size in the South and their work .
FGHIJKLMNO 1911 ______.____________..$49,922.25 sity, that he offered Miss Mays a ,
1912 _-________________-..$62,903.62.Box [ should receive the appreciation and ;to
scholarship in the New York univer- '
which it deserves.
Receipts the Last at the Five Local Years.J908 1 Office. For sity next year. Miss Mays Will, of I!' support There are a number of things whichare 'Let' Ploof Show the ProofWe .
the offered
course, scholarship
PQRST __-n__ ._____u______$ 207.85 accept necessary' to the proper workingof ... .n. ,
1909 ___-____nnuh___ 334.45 her, and although it will take her the department and which the mem- -

1910 ___.__._-____________ 707.10 away from the Ocala school, the 'bers are striving to have the city are State Rep esentetlves for the

UVWXy 1911 _'-n___ __._ _____ 901.60 friends she has made here and her furnish. these hose I BEST ENGINES '. Lt
1912 ______._____ _________ 1,145.05 pupils will rejoice with her in her [ Among are a in PUMPS GAS .
tower for the proper care of hose, as . .. t. .
.Z -Little Interest in Postal 8a inga. good fortune, and hope that she will I no means for doing so- are 'now at All Kinds -- -- 'Stationary and Marine-' -.' -

-. ,-Ista- The record of postal savings for I return to Ocala the following year.- hand; a thousand feet of new hose is and i
U
the first of its operation;; does Ocala Banner.
year
urgently needed, as there is only
Because you couldn't have Beef or not indicate that the system has made When turn from daily 1500 feet of hose in the department's Engines, Boilers, Hoisting' Engines "
we our
Pork without them!
much appeal to the people. Still
tasks to give thanks, it should be with possession and some of this is aboutto
and General Line of
I Carry Supplies
T there have been to take advantage a
some [ the soul as well as with the digestion. pass from its guarantee of usefulness di
of it and the I for all Purposes J
new was
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE Of year and last but not least a set of IMP
begun with a small amount to the helmets and rubber coats for the boys,

Beef and Pork credit to the depositors.; The figures Coming to Kissimmee who have to do the work, is more than THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.
show the following
and would add greatly to
,
ESPECIALLY Y DESIGNED FOR necessary 20 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
Dee.
April let, 1912 to 31, 1912. of the
the efficiency department.
a' Deposited ___.____n_____$. 675.00: The members have formed social Local and Long Distance Phone. ee-aet pdSt
Knife and Fork Withdrawn .::________n__ 573.00 DR. FARROW ARRANGING I a
1
qi Balance on hand ____n__ 102.00 I organization and have leased and furnished .
TO VISIT KISSIMMEE the hall in the Savage building, -
You will be pleased with the 1\Iuchl Work and No J'ay.
I now known as Firemens hall. This
MEATS WE SELL YOUIf The Kissimmee postoffice is of the EVERY 28 DAYS.At .
has proven to be the center around Distance.
second class and commissionon ,
gets no (
it were not so, which the social events of the young AdvertisingLong 296
the money order fees or postal the
people of Kissinjmee revolve, as the
We would not tell you savings. There is much clerical work ,.
I numerous pleasing events taking place
necessary in the issuance pay- GRAYSTONE HOTEL
land
there readily prove. The boys are is saying the right thing
of such number of .
ment a large
i : endeavoring to raise a relief fund, to ,,;; .-
money orders, and the starting of a ONJHURSDAYJ JAN. 23 I at the right time' \' r s
RULL BASS postal savings account cone doUarinvolves , be used in case any of the'membersare .', <\
: .1: '
their "

MARKET the 'clerk more than would work jon be,necessary the, part 'to of Klssl'mme? Is-to, be.,.coIlJrratulated.Dr. duties injured, and.:ate; while this end performing. the proceeds, ',,:. ',!..'i'i4 ',.- Z,' in the. .right wayw, ,., .} 1/"

.. Farrow" .the JacksonvUl Specialist /when thorn are .any) are. devoted. \
------ --- -
.. draw a'million dollars'froin a national We make of ; preparing '
;is-coming'-not for the one visit, is mistaken,idea in the minds' a'specialty planning 1
tank. The work of 'the --postmaster but is arranging to come regularly I.-n literature and conducting campaigns for "t
local public'that the depart- Land Boards of Trade Municipalities
hits grown bteadily during the past every twenty-eight days. This doc- Companies, $
--- tor is no stranger as' he has treated a paid one. The only pay i and Individuals.
few years, the introduction of the I
1h
I and cured some of our best citizens at ceived by any of the men or re-j \
'postal savings and parcels post makI his office in Jacksonville. This fact
dollar
I of the department is one
word-- I ing the responsibilities more onerous. has had much to do in inducing him GLENN-REAGIN[ ADVERTISERS.
Our man per fire attended, and one dollar
I Yet all this will not cause the post- f to come here.
month for practice work duringthe
May we be permitted to suggest masterships to go begging under a per
that good portraits are I I This is certainly an exceptional op- : month-this, one can readily see, TAMPA 1r
Democratic administration. FLORIDA
portunity for the sick and afflicted to I
reminder. to relatives wouldn't for to clothing
damage
most happy secure the services of the foremost pay I

and and Christmas friends at Thanksgiving time. The- Resolutions of Sympathy. / Specialist of the day at their very alone. It should therefore prove a -- -- . -- .

good portrait carries with it Whereas, God In his infinite' wls-"' d*>or. The Doctor has devoted yearsto matter of appreciation to the public '.,I 11 M 11111 n 111 I I n 1111111111111111111111111111111111 I .
the and treatment of chronic
world of good thoughts. It d' has seen fit atom this study to have a department of this kind, con-
a is the always welcome and high- life into tho life everlasting our-.1> en.and special He is diseases a graduate of men of a and leading wom- I{I sitting of young fellows willing to do Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty |

ly prized gift loved sister, Mrs. Melissa Carson, e-,1, college and hospital of the world, and for the pleasure of doing, and asking
W ewant to that
we are prepared ensure to give you you the I Whereas, we believe the God of offers to the sick and afflicted the only the proper equipment with whichto WHITE BRONZE :

best work in the latest approved, dom makes no mistakes, therefore, be I world most advanced affords. treatment that the do the work efficiently and with Is the most enduring monument

designs. and that your early order I' it resolved, the least amount of danger to prop- T
for portraits will insure His has been the marvel of made. Will not get r moss-grown
you I First, that the members of Will I success erty, as 'well as life and limb to the { ,
'the perfection' of careful alten- Jacksonville: He has effected cures '
tion to detail. I Bryan Chapter U. D. C. bow in humble ,I that seemed but little short of miraculous public at large as well as themselves. crack or crumble. Js more artistic ;

Will you kindly phone or writea I submission and deepest reverenceto '' but the Doctor modestly de- ALFRED' A. TANO, and less expensive. ;;

time for a Hitting? I the will of our Father in Houven, l I nies the supernatural, but attributes Chief Fire Department. ---- t9
Respectfully, who it wholly to his mastery of the cause I : ._ Write me and I will call. '. /l
I is alike the God af Wisdom and I
of these old chronic ailments.
WILDER'S STUDIOIf the God of Love. I A TOAST FOR THE NEWLYWEDS'I' JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. : '
U? Farrow treats Catarrh, Eye, Ear, 'rC
I :Second; that we as a body pace on Nose and Throat Troubles; and Bronchial 11. Edmund Swabey, I' 111111111111111 n i MI 1111111111111 n 11111111111 M 11. r C

record this, testimonial of our high esteem and Diseases Rheuma- poet laureate, offers this toast to the -
Lung I
-. q-. for our departed sister and our Headache. newly-weds, who have become numerous t
atlsm. Sciatica, and Lum- =
the close of in Kissimmee recently:
sorrow at a career that
bago.. Blood Diseases, Deformities
want was, the embodiment of honor. That ,I Spinal Troubles, Piles and Rupture "Here's to the brides, the bonny

you a we extend to the family of our departed without cutting.No brides I Dixie'Limited"

: BARGAIN In an sister our heartfelt. sympathy in matter what your trouble may Also their hubbies by their sides; I "The

this sad hour. be, we would suggest you call upon May you in the future years

ORANGE GROVEor Third, that a copy of these resolu- the doctor and have friendly talk Steer safely through this vale of I
tions be sent to the family, also a copy with him, as his opinion might be the tears; The Morning Observation Car
land to means of saving you a great deal of
grow be furnished the local papers for pub- suffering. Hundreds of people have May the ills of life not mar. your Between .

lication. *- found health and happiness in taking bliss
and
Oranges MRS. A. B. BRYAN, I[, his treatment, and so can you.( Is my sincere and heartfelt wish." Jacksonville, St. Louis and Chicago

MRS. L. H. HICKS, w

GrapefruitBee MRS. LULU S. INGRAM, i REMEMBER Farrow's Free Planning a Campaign Slate. via ,j, "

BUCKLES Committee. Treatment offer is good only for this ]Representative Cox was the Harmon .
'visit. He is offering his services free campaign manager before the ATLANTIC COAST LINE

l J Skipping Unimportant Details. I to the first 25 that call during this Democratic convention met in Baltimore -

H George Rothwell Brown worked for ', first visit, charging only for the medi- and his little boy, apr Dd ten I The Standard Railroad of the South. )'
-- cine. The free offer will not be given years, was a great admirer of Miss t
several years as Washington corres- I again. Persons commencing treat- I Genevieve Clark, the grown daughter I LEAVES JACKSONVILLE DAILY 9:35 A. M. .
f John White&Co. pondent of the Boston Herald. Some ment after this will be required to of the speaker of the House. One

[LOUISVILUC.KY.Tffsfril time ago he was describing the Vast pay, but not one cent will be asked for day young Mr. Cox came into his PULLMAN STAN'DARD --SLEEPING AND COMPARTMENT CARS
1887 these first twenty-five cases commenc- home wearing a Clark campaign but- DINING CARS '
work he had to for that I
amount of do
Blplaatrrrketplla. sold. I ing treatment during thin offer, except ton, and was chided for supportingthe .
paper. for the medicine necessary to ef- wrong candidate.
n. FURS.nd "Why," he exclaimed, "they keptme I fect a cure. Those having long "Oh. that's all right, pop," said theyouthFul I V o '
NIDE$. running around town so much standing and complicated diseases, politician. "I have fixed up For Pullman reservations and tickets call on c n
WOOLMHMMI9S that I was on the job a year before I who have failed to get cured and havebecome a winning ticket. I'm going to get I any' Agent Atlantic Coast Line, or .
0. learned how to spell Massachusetts." discouraged, are especially invited the woman-suffrage vote." '
to call, as thousands who have "How is that?" asked Cox, Sr. A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. v

movable Through telephone service between given up all hope can testify to per- "I have laid out a plan,""explained Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla. "
Ball bearings for every New York and Los Angelea la promised manent cures obtained. I the son, "to run Champ for president
Part feature a new electric automo *
bile. by November.4 Advertisement I and Genevieve for vice-president'


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,f. ;+ .t "' ,, f,FRIDAY"J.A'NUARY'17"J.i3'' ,

r'. '1C.J.'C, ;? THE_ .KISSIMMEE,. VALLEY 'GAZETTE.i .. '__. -,--", _u -, '. . _ ,'... _ .:: "
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. vate companies' charging for this. -M- '

What is 'Commission Form There U ,ho' city hospital the ,city

the needy to, private Institutions [
sending
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"T' Government' for ; Cities? And when finally they, up:tapply to. 'November for help the ! We Wish to Thank .

the' Inspection
town bad no laws' regarding ','
of. meat; and milk But; the ,..

?f -CHANGE IN THE'GOVEilNME" or AFFAIRS FOR KIS- properf kind ,of_ ..rdinallcehas__ ,rakedto now :I: ..
willbe
and steps
b SIMMEE IS BEING AGITATED, AND, MAY BE PUT BEFORE THE been passed
PEOPLE FOR DECISION AT THE NEXT ELECTION. IS DE. enforce I itCOLORADO Our friends and'custo rs '

Back, in the SIRABLE THAT THE ELECTORS BE INFORMED ON THE SUB. SPRINGS HAS IT their for the

Musty of JECT.TIIE SUBJOINED ARTICLE BY MILTON W BRONNHR. Colorado Springs, with 2P.OOO() people for liberal patronage 1
Pages MAY HELP THEM TO AN UNDERSTANDING OF IT. and Saratoga of '
past all
the Newport and wishing 'a prosperous -
year
Legendary -- Centennial state, was the first large .

I town tn the commonwealth to adopt and happy New Year.
'History James Bryce, British ambassador to the people. For instance, the day i commission govel'nh ent. And immediately -.t a ,

.and .on_ thro all ages. .up to to the United States, once said the I before the market opened, potatoes, in probing the cause you .

the present time. No story of great conspicuous failure of this coun- I sold for 65 cents a peck. The nextI come upon-the romance of water. H"j

Strife, Love or IntrlKuv--or try was in the government of our I y the same grocers charged 40 and People back in Ohio with their ;,
Other Interesting events of 150 I I Furniture Co. \ \
cents
man's philandering on this old cities. j I' great rivers, their: lakes, their abundant j Kissimmee
in
mud ball has been compl..tewlthollt Hundreds and thousands of our mu- With over 150 farmers' bringing rainfall can hardly realize what II

"; the ever recurring tea nicipalities still continue under the wajonsand' with a business of $10,000) water means in an arid region, and Phone. 52 '

pot.To old federal model of a chief executiveand a week, the commission decided to especially when the resort, city of that I :
-, make life's battles soi-m legislative body consisting of build a real market house. for $50.1100 continue to attract Oak English maple tIi
a Desk Early
to in
like play and to paint u arid region wants ,. P. S. See our line of Ladies -j
r out of current revenues, and thi1is" I
and lower house.
r beauty rose on every page of an upper : wealthy residents. and Mahogany.-al o our Office Desk' Chairs, Stools, etc. >
> history We make, use Since Galveston in 1/OO!/ founded in process of completion now. < Resent High Taxes.The Ii

commission government for itself in I IVopIe Get; Water Cheaper. voters were disgusted with their

; PERIWALLAThe the endeavor to rebuild after a tidal 2-The water company under the J high tuxes, their big bonded debt, and " " " i n" 11111111 MM iliilllll

laid it and since Des old regime had smooth sailing. I
Tea of Merit wave prostrate with Republican ring rule, but it was
:Moines! improved the plan, some 200 The commissioners by: ordinance water famine that ,
threatened
lOc, 15c, 3Oc Pkgs American cities, scattered in all partsof ,reduced the *price of water to consumers brought things to a head. i ' I I , I , , II , , I , , , I IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIItFERTILIZER I :

SOLD ONLY BY the country, have adopted the plan, from Up to 20 cents per 1,000, }( The town had spent over three, million ) l' :

hoping to cure the defects Bryce com- gallons, but this wa beaten in the dollars for a waterworks. system. : : &
THE WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S plained of. courts, the company ('Iaiminlthi\' /! < ut 't '
I I It had five reservoirs, one of which
Ward System is Done Away With. I I would not enable it to make 6 \par< was 12,000 feet above sea level, the [[ [ IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS ji

j: What, then, is commission government' cent! on its invest nnent. Under a The people
and
next 10,000, so on.
In most cities it consists ofa state law, the commissioners. are now
Main Store-Broadway wished for a capacity of two billion Distinctive Quality Counts For as Much in Ferfl zen as Any
mayor and four commissioners.They putting\' intrt motion steps I by which u ,
p Phone 250- t gallons. of water.Then Iii Value.
Other Article. Efficient Service: Likewise Has
are elected from the city at valuation will he l placed on the water
""r North Kissy-Bass Corner ame the spring of 1 U! OH, when
,s Phone 196. large, thus doing away with the old plant and it will ultimately become. rains in the mountains
I I there were no
Pine Box-!Mabbette Street foolish ward I -
system.Each city property. FAVORITE |
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.round about 1'ike's Peak. The town FERTILISERS
1} 1tR official thus elected takes :!.- The commission got aftertlic cut ofT the sprinkling of lawns. It
charge of a particular branch of the : gus company, cutting its price, from !
---- ---------- threatened to ;cut off water for baths, : are made to give results-not to sell at a low price: The differ ,
city government, thus centering responsibility : $1.00 to !90) cents/ per 1,000! cubic fort.Thin .
and just when things became veryserious I ence in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will more
; upon himself, so that the corporation also at once rushed I
some life-saviiM- came in than be made up in your yield.
voter knows exactly to whom to apply into the courts. The state. tribunal
July. / Careful attention to every little detail, promptness always,
for relief from given situation. decided 1 1 in favor of the wherefore ,
a
TITLE : city Iiu I The mayor and commissioners!: make the next rush was made to the But the'4USII1I'HS men were aroused. I. make us and our famous Fertilizers--the Favorite brands in such "

GUARANTY the laws and enforce them; they appoint -I federal ,courts the ilaini being that and ih"I.llr'e organizations. looked great demand.
all the officials'hitherto electedby the ordinance is confisciitory of thecorporation's into waterworks conditions. found

cities and have the power to dis-.1 property. .. the reservoirs.
COMPANY I that I less "ul'ra. in | INDEPENDENT fERTILIZER COMPANY- J
,k, charge them.. They run the city for 4-The commission liaemployed than. was claimed, und recommended
the voters just a board of directors counsel fUI' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
f I as a> a special corporation a li.rl the city, bold a charter conrntion -

"' Guarantees the Title to Lands, run a corporation for the stock flier attorney general of the state( and \ and adopt the commission. Agricultural l Chemicals. Insecticides. Special Mixtures.J. .
holders. is trying" to show| that the street rai' I of .
Prepares MerchantableAb- foim goveinmelit.This ,
,' stracts of Title -Timber_ ani Centralization of Tower. company instead of having\' a peirights was done, but in lIOI! >! while M. LEE, Agent I

--There is thus Tie grealc c7enTrani&ation -t.et..uelfraiiua44.4.u.ILLumarliai iu-TtTl'--nrntt..r-W1t.. .till-t+e,nti+ayt.-eeuu -----. -- - - - ---- -u -. -- - _u . - .- U_ --,
Colonization Tracts anywhere of power in the hands of a at all. a second chapter in the romance of'' ----l
in Florida. The company, spurred l h y this, has I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I H M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
,A 1 1I few, as against the old federal 1 systemof \\ater.The. I
I sr checks and balances, where one officer unproved, its ""1'1'1,0, it was little town of Victor needed . t

i was set to watch another. Some | kept! busy l !:. in the last legislature fighting wuter.ll'() night some irresponsible ] I
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a new law which would give the ..
cities rely upon publicity alone as a i men came over to the Colorado res-
1 Titles to City Lots check upon the commissioners. :Most city the right to condemn and takeover erxoir, bound and gagged the care : I'

EXAMINED PROMPTLY. cities, however, rely upon four great the street car systems. taker, turned a valve and-and got SPRING CITRUS BOOKentitled
5 Dance) halls are (liven city rec '
checks: 25,000,000! gallons of water for their
ognition. The commission sends) ,
a '
The whereunder '
Iniative, upon pe- town. II i
tition of a specified number of voters policeman and a matron to each for I Turn Over in Politics. j Full Crops Half Drop.

j LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager any measure they desire can be placed the protection of young girls! and to But all that was changed when the I

Kissimmee, Office.Head before the commissioners, and, if they see that the dances are carried on i in people of this Republican town turned Which ? 'I

do not adopt it, can be made the law a proper manner. The dance hall in and elected a Democratic mayor j
This booklet gives the reason for spring fertilizing, description of
r by an affirmative vote of the peoplein proprietors.nay into the city treasurya and two \Democratic commissioners.
i fixed sum which for these formulas to be used, the amount, time, and mode of application. Sent
the following election. provides I The capacity of the waterworks was i ,
j Office: Bisbee Building, The Referendum, whereunder upon I special officers. i increased. The amount of water on on retfuest.

: I i "Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: petition of the people an election is I OverHhe protest of big business I, hand was run up from a quarter of a I IDEAL methods have made the banner groves.

Klsaimmee, Flaw Fort Myers, held in which the people\ can defeat ,, adopted and over JOO of these have billion to nearly two billion gallons; I SEED I IRISH POTATOES
Fla, Arcadia, Fla. been installed. the hotels laundries and rail-
r any measure adopted by the price to Choice SelecUd Stock .
., sioners and deemed commis-j Upon! an unused cemetery property roads was increased, thus adding $40- I Write for Prices .
the voters. the city raises corn and oats for its 000 to the revenue; and free water to

I The Recall.by which the people can I horses, 'and.proposes to mine the coal politicians wad cut off. I J Let us send you our booklets Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetable; j
----- --- ...--- which this
: vote .the' removal from office of a I underlies same tract. Little playful pranks like those' of i iM.
i commissioner' deemed negligent or dis- Streets Clean. I the Victor citizens were stopped .by \VILSOSfiS" TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

; honest in the discharge of his duties. I r the mayor's stern instructions to the .nu' fact u ran of -
The New 8-The commission has arranged a i
guards at the reservoir to shoot at IDEAL FERTILIZERS
Test of Merit is Provided. I system of street cleaning which really I
Civil Service regulations, whereby prowlers first and ask questions after ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i cleans, the "white wings" getting on -I
Home subordinates are appointed only after j J! the job early, as do the street wards. - t
Bakery sprinklers Local &
; passing,qualifying examinations, and i And finally there was trouble for I I Agent, Waters Carson Grocery Co.

whereunder they are retained in the I 9-The commission secured the the Colorado Springs. Light, Heat & I I

DARLINGTON AVENUE city's: employ regardless of adminis I building of a viaduct from South Des Power Company.Got

t tration. I Moines to the city proper, thus elimi- Water Free.
Commission government is admit- That concern had secured a fran-
nating of the
e Makes as good some most dangerous
_' tedly a scheme to substitute business grade crossings. chise for the free use of the city

BREAD methods for political chicanery; to 10-The commission bought tracts water as it flowed from one reservoirto

exchange noivpartisan for partisan another. The 'original understanding -
l of land for playgrounds in the section
'; PIES rule; to give to any citizen so mindeda where the workers live. was that the corporation was to R. FLOYD

chance to 1 lun for office regardlessof l 11-Finally there i iCJirt achieve- use this, power to help out what it

f CAKES the will of any boss, clique, gangor ment about which there is dispute.The generated by coal.
But while coal and
corporation.In was cheaper the
government had the idea of a
in some cities, as in New Orleans, municipal and new city government found that city
>w as any Bakery Florida. group plan a city beau- I
,v 2 r the same old crowd has retained tiful. The Des Moines river runs water was being wasted. .

power. In others, as in Republican through the town. This was stopped and already the Grocer

J. H. REED, Proprietor Topeka, Kans., Democrats have come On the West Side, near the riverbank citizens are being educated to look
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into control of the forward to the time ten hence
government. \ was located the public library, years .
But here is a significant thingnocity the river itself was shallow and showed when this water franchise expires.

has so far shown a disposition ,' ugly sandbars. It was. crossed! on Then the city reservoirs in their flow Get oar prices on
to go back to the old federal form. will turn turbines which will
the to the state gener-
way capitol by ugly
PURE BRED POULTRY There is general feeling that the I i|I old bridges. The river banks were ate electricity for the city's own use. HAY GRAIN FEEDwhich

new plan is capable of being made !!! lined with shacks and bill boards. Recognizing the high cost of living, ,

Z 1 more quickly and honestly responsiveto I There was a lawn in front of the library the new government has voluntarily we make a specialty

Breeders of highest type Black the will of the people, and so to beheld I but people were not allowed to raised the ,wages of its day laborers ... ,,,,
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rlt Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish on to. linger there. 25 to 50 cents each per day. f 1,..
Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, II. For
I Commissioners Day of Rest.
erected on the East
Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and
!r Mallard Ducks. High class breeding THE EXAMPLE OF DESMOINES. : Side a $350,000 stone municipal build- It has also referred to the peoplefor ----------

stock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Correspondence Des Moines, a prosperous capital ; ing, the first one in the world erected vote next April a law that will did location, good neighborhood. We I ooo o oo o o.. +.
i' solicited. Everything I city set in the middle of a big corn for a commission government. They give to every man, woman''' and child are offering this large lot at the very '

absolutely money refunded.guaranteed as representedor field, which is the state of Iowa, has secured influence which brought the who works in the city, one day out of Close-in Resident Lots. FOR SALE !

secured lots of free advertising be- new postoffice building to' the West every seven as a holiday.! Two lit J :
desirable close-in
br THE OAKS POULTRY FARM cause following Galveston, it evolvedthe Side, near the library. Finally, showing how flexible is the lots, one very of which is a corner resident lot. t ,

NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA commission government plan Beautification. charter, the people wanted an anti- These lots are on the water, sewer ****** i

1 2-18t which has been generally! accepted as I They removed the shacks and billboards "saloon law. They initiated it. The and electric light lines. Located three FARM

a model by the most of the-'SOS cities ,I terraced the banks, sodded commission refused to pass it. It and and one two half blocks blocks from from Osceola Broadway, and 1

1 which have abolished the old federal them, and placed benches in this natural then went to a vote of the people and Just the place for a Hiehschool. fine Orange Grove

system. park where the people were made was carried by 44 majority.So home. We are offering these lots fora 300 Grapefruit and Orange trees,

DANCING CLASSES But more interesting than the form 'I welcome. The old bridges were replaced commission: government has en- short time at a very low price andon 70 bearing; 25 Acres Cleared, 40 t"

under direction ot of its government, as such, and more with handsome concrete ones. abled people to have abundant water them easy to terms. Call and we will show Acres Good Pine Land, on North Shore: i

4 MRS. J. D. WOODBECK interesting than its elimination of The river was dammed so that the and no liquor. 39tf you.H. M. BREAKER & CO. of of St East Cloud Lake, Fla.Tohop kalip. in View (,'

atFIREMEN'S politics, i is a record for social service: water covered the sand-bars. A Nice Home rl ,
t Close to Lake. Truck
and Citrus
HALL 1-Under the auspices of Mayor beautiful civic center Ftuit Land. D. S..AUSTIN
was created.
No. 460--A. new 5-room cottage, No. 462-seven. one-half acres 1'
+' Monday Evenings - 1:80 to 9:00: James Hanna, who used to be a schoolteacher But with all this splendid record of two large lots, 50 x 164 feet each. of the best truck and fruit land In NARCOOSSEE, FLA. r:
Thursday - 1:00: to 8:30: the town tried out the schemenew achievements, Des Moines also has splendid well of artesian water, fif- Kissimmee Park. This land is in
.to Des Moines of teen bearing orange trees. Call and proximity to the lake. Call and j\
on
LESSONS FIM'Y CENTS EACH -- having a some black marks. It i is singularly us TOMATO PLANTS. .\ ,
see this proposition. we will in )
price $1,200. put you touch with the
public market where the lax I shall i
Private instructions if desired at producer with-regard to health conditions.No 24tf II. M. BREAKER & CO owner; you can deal direct with him. New! have Globe several tomato million Livinar.ton's for- s 4':,
special rates. sold his wares directly to the con vital statistics regarding births This property is offered at a great re-_ aal. ready about Feb. 1st. Prior ll.SO .; I
sumer. and deaths are kept. There if Splendid Residence Lot. duction from what land in this locality per.thou.and. ".40 for 10.000 Jots and j lj '
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No. 468 Fine pu. I .....
large, vacant corner Is selling for. .. aUoJheadqaarters for 'rt
It is claimed 20 per cent was saved public garbage disposal system pri- lot, 80x147% feet, close to lake. Splen- 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. potatb slip. .Writs for catalogue. ,:
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f FRIDAY JANUARY.17., ; T j' .. t.' THE', :tlSIMMBE''YM: '' '' 'LEY. GAZETTt- :IA61"r.:: 4.,. :,

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k BUCKELS' AT HEAD ing of churches. over the great region ' WESTERN, PIONEER ,
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,. Florida..
: OF FIRE'LADDIES Foif January wth C, E. societiesand '1 KISSIMMEE | ;
VISITOR CougbCo$9Sorei'ot
Baptist Unions learn,
II. .This Store Will :Hereafter WB can better our prayer-meeting will, "How: "

/ KISSIMMEE0 UNTEER Matt. 18:18-20. This la a. vital sub i -, '

FIRE; ject! and one".re..all personally REMEMBERS..WHEN HORSE RAOING
DEPARTMENT HOLDS REGU terested'i in. :. Sloan's Liniment gives
; I Deliver Goods.Free. by. LAR ELECTION OFFICERS. GRACE A. TOW, ISENi1. AND BULL FIGHTINGWERE quick relief for cough, cold,
.. throat '
hoarseness ,
: sore
Interlachen, Jan. 18,1913.,, .... LEGITIMATE SPORTS ,
'
lover
croup, asthma, hay -
._ -c. 6 KISSIMMEE -- .*'; .. and bronchitis.Hate's, '
the
The, semf-annual meeting pf -
R i ; Parcels Post Kissimmee Volunteer Fire Depart.. When your' business cares and .wor- J. M. Windstanley, known by hit In- PROOF ,
: lies i timates "Dad of Kansas but Ma.Araaarw.Parcabofl4.doata
4 ment held Tuesday evening and, as now .Lai-.n1
wag
. S '' business Almost fell you in the fight... t; formerly of California Is in _
after, the regular order-of again ..11...,elief tot 1118 aud hay f rt.
election l of'fleers was held, and,the Days are filled With stocks decliningDreaming Kissimmea.. ing attack.mat U.pe 8IAaUf osgWsa.aao1 _
I I following officers were elected for the scarecrows all the night; ,Dad was in California In "the 'daysof I

j Beginning now, our friends who are at a distance can get high class ensuing; six 'months) Captain, Jas. ,C. When your: nerves are racked to pieces old the days of gold, of forty-nine."
: Clothing and Buckela; 1st Lieutenant, J.Chambers; Nothing offers any ease, I When the Spaniards, still owned vast ,SLoAN.SLINIMENT
; ; Furnishing by Parcels Port,and we wilr prepay postage 2nd Lieutenant, C D. Cain. You need Southward for a tonic- tracts of land, also cattle, sheep and

l on everything $1.00 and more in value expecting though if goods Two candidates were admitted to And' Klgsimmee's. yours to please.' horses galore. He was there when ,

' : are: returned that the returner stands the return membership and the application of a horse racing, cock and bull fighting,' ,
expense. If it shall I "
ever yet happen to of '
and
nothing
third referred to the Investigating say target shooting
f Committee for action and report. Such a boon you may enjoyDo foot racing in the mission San Jose RELIEVED SORE THROAT..
not let some shrewd deceptionAll and elsewhere, were the chief Sun.. MB. L. B aawwo.,of Modelln FIa.- l
After the Department meeting, thelIocial bottle or ,
vrltMi I bought on* your .
I We Will Deliver Anywhere organization proceeded with the happiness'destroy I day amusements. Stakes were then I Liniment and lidl n>.all tbe food la. ntaha4Is
Bide throe we*Terr aw*
their; semi-annual meeting and elec- no other1course before you- 'counted out tii'gold "slugs" of the i i vu SQMy of n>y tiooblfc",
; any package weighing not more than 11 pound by mail. By this tion of officers, with the following result Let delight its height appease 'I value of $50 each, also $20 pieces, and I

; ; method you can have the same advantage in your Clothes buying as the election of each being unanimous buy: a ticket for Kissimmee; thousands upon thousands of dollars .GOOD..W.FOR H.BTBJjraB COLD AND,ST21 CROUP.Km wood;,s f.M. 43

' .your. city friends. : Prest., Jas C. Buckets; VP., :, 1 It is always yours to please. i I were placed upon a blanket, which < JLTeno boy.net Chloaio door, HI-....wriest_.... "A I gave little , ,
E. C. Roberts.Secy.; J.. C. Chambers. ; 'was spread upon the ground and acted the mother Sloan JJnlmaut *... try.She .
For Kissimmee, pretty city, the "bank be 11'** him thra drop OB mar
Treas.C. D. Cain. I I as to competed for By before s '1ng to bed, and be fot UP; fl'
::: The following committees were ap- Where the fruits to golden change, the different contestants. Horse without tbe croup la morning.."

i I THIS TELLS YOU WHAT TO DOFill i xmited[ to served during the ensuing 'Bathed Kissed by smiling !sun In winter;' 'racing in those good old times was a Prloo 23o,,BOo,''d 1f.00
she-months: with ocean breeze the ranjre. fair, legitimate sport.. I
out the coupon printed in connection with this ad. and forward it Entertainment Chairman, A. A. Leave the cold and frigid winter, I Dad is always welcomed here. He Sloaa'I'Tr.atue

to us. If you have no account with Us, either send us some good Tano; Ira Best, Sam Lupfer, O.: D. Leave the fret, the fume and freeze is a*genial companion, and his talk i.j is the,Non ,
Cain, J. C. Chambers. Buy your ticket to Kissimmee; i typical of the early California days, Horse aseatiree.
references or enclose money order. When you need anything in our Investigation Chairman, E. C. It is always yours to pleas j I when the pioneers raised their stand- r

line and can) visit the story!, just write or telephone us and we will Roberts; C. D. Cain. H Whet: e1. I ard of the "Grizzly Bear," and con- I Addrw YWr13.
Let no fickle fancy fool you, I iquered for Columbia the fairest
Finance Chairman, C. D. Cain; gem
send it o. approvaL All goods we sell are at the lowest possible prices Edward Newton- II. Wh tael. ; Or your happiness beguile; in her diadem, according to "Dad. Slostn '

you can always depend on the quality of Toole Clothing and every- Off f rs' and committees': reports The South is warmly waiting you, QUILL. i,
And need its
you sunlight smile
where Toole is known as the Home of Correct Dress, featuring such showed the organization to be in ex- Let no cause thwart the intention; ,
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cellent shape with prospects bright
goods as Christy and Knaph-Felt Hats, Boyden Shoes, Roger-Peel arid for a better showing: in the future. Come to sunshine, rest and ease- -:::: I
Buy your ticket for Kissimmee ,a5!
Frnhanf'BrG,. Clothe ;
etc. eta
It is
always yours to.please.A. .
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR N. Howell FOR'RENtOne
HERE AND ELSEWHERE. '
Honor Roll)) for Whittier SchooL six-room house 1 I

i SPECIAL SALE PRICES We greatly appreciated the kind Bertha Williams, Gertie{ Bass, Anna \ One four-room house. II -
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words spoken of the C. E. secretaryin Bass, Dasie Bass, Don Bass, Ruby l Five, and ten-acre tracts adjoining The Secret: Dot.
last week's number of the Kissimmee Baisden, Bertha Baisden, Leon God- I city limits. "Why are taxes so high this year'"
Valley Gazette.A win, Tom Godwin, Inez Godwin, Otis I !I demanded the indignant citizen.'WiHyonconslderit t
NOW BEING OFFERED Bargains i in Citrus Groves.
cheery letter just in from State Sellers Tom Starling. .__ ----c- :. J -..J. rnn5dentiat-if-=---'-
Junior SuptT. '''KutTr' Wyandt, '"readsT: ------ I tell you why '" whispered the clerkin

---- - "School has just been firte this yearso Mrs.Chauncey R.\ DeWitt L. Hawthorn Brown arrived, brother Sat-of Mrs. E. E. WeiPhone the county" treasurer's office. i
"Yes sir.
far. Every 'new day is full of ,
urday to spend the winter with Mr. "
pleasant work and time certainly flies. and Mrs. Brown. Mr. Hawthorn has 118 Wilson Buildup "We need the money. r

: Weather is so delightful now." Miss just completed a course at Tufts Col- London has 200,000 telephones and
: Wyandt is the school teacher at Lake lege, in Massachusetts Hu home is the daily number of calls average one
Mt. Pleasant, O. I -
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Magdalene. She has a long walk and a quarter million.

Fill Out This Coupon and Mail to Us. : each day to n her. _. scholars and much c

home work to do besides. But look-

.v; : Chest (under coat) ____________ Hals_________--_ ing on the bright side it is beautifuland ,
I easy. This is the way we all

Waist (under vest)..____--_____ Hosiery.__-___ should endeavor to live. OUR GLASSES ARE EASY : :
The Presbyterian society of De

Inseam of Trousers ________.:___ Underwear- __-___ Land joined in the getting of the sec- .
retary's machine. Those contributing :

Shoes ________---___ Collar.__________ sent a Christmas booklet with I n. I;
their names inscribed. Miss Margaret !
Fisk is secretary and Miss Flora to,wear and splendid to see with. When we'L'
Shirt ________'____ Gloves.______ Frankie
Taylor, president. Miss examine you for classea'we also note your .,

.. Shadden is superintendent of their 'feature in order that 'the 'glasses-: 'supply +:
In ordering Clothe the 6rst three measurement j&je. Junior society. I we y;
I . ,,:;, '; "" ;.; ';;,!.. ?::!;" '" ',/>'. .- Mr. and Mrs. E. )E. Strother and ;:; will be at the same. time comfortable) becom-
,,IIulflclent.t ',' ,,''I." I"", {:S,}:'.", 'tad, : :\,{: ;E,r:' ::1'\:1'' \: ". ':' ' ' "w. '' '"-*"i i 0,.-.,." .-%..T,.. r ,.*n i: ti ,
;. ; \. ; '(!.tIft'' ," :$'" '1i I, '); : \ \';, J- ,- the latter's. father, Mr. Cameron, O.P fng'and. helpful."Come and be examined. '" 'b ,'
" 'i\\ .' t"rJ'k> \ .ii'' \r..U\1j, \ )' \\i., '}I::,, ';" when enroute to the, Winter Bible -
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fitted
Properly
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"'- '!' \'\" glasses mean much to
NAME :' 1- 'c school at Leesburg, spent January you.
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5th pleasantly in Jacksonville. That x
of four church j -
Address _____________________________________ denominations evening young people held a union servicein ' hft

their honor and became more in- t 1

terested in foreign missions as these .
employees for the United Society of '

Christian in Endeavor China. told of their experiences C A.' COLE Jeweler and '

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Christian Endeavor is flourishingin OptometrIst
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Pomona, Northeastern district. De-
L. C. TOOLECLOTHING lightful socials are planned; frequently 1

and programs gotten up with care H_
which means instructive services for :
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on .. ..
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each Sunday evening prayer meeting.
Miss Mary MornsonSs secretary and o ,0' ::

the district secretary, Miss Edith _;_ !fi!fi !Ii f.Ii Yl! Yi!yl yl! !Ii!Ii 1y1! Y1!y1 !fiY; !Ii Yi y1! Yi y1 y1 Yi!Ii!Ii Yi yf. !yt!Ii !Ii ylyl! !flf Yi Efiy1! \

Krook, president of these Congregational in x. .

workers of Pomona. Ii .
COMPANY "The Star-Reporter" of Orlando I ;n ;a 0x
y;
told in its last week's paper of the X

Sunday school room nearly completedfor Why Ruin Your Eyes ? ;I i

: 15-17-19-21 Laura Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. the Presbyterian church in that , ,
city. We are glad the Endeavorers, y; Yi kdx

. . n 1111111111111111111111WRCOOSSEE both grown-up and 'Children, will now The '
Trust is Busted :
-- have a pleasanter place to hold meet xE, J
ings.
LANDS I came to Florida, and gladder still thatI Quarterly blank time for the third Yi 'R

found this section for I believe it quarter of the State year came with Yi I Yi ,l ffy11
ARE IN BIG DEMAND I to be the best section of the State. It New Years. Most of our district ifiHi The price of Mazda Lamps has been greatly reduced under the late' (

seems to me that things just grow secretaries and Junior superintendentshave Yi decision of the Supreme Court. A new plan of selling has been in- Yi :t
here without any attention whatever. bother local workers in ,
PARTY OF HOMESEEKERS COME I have but one fault to'find, and I am delaying much answers to by these appeals for i augurated. WE ARE MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. Selling prices.- Yi.. ''

not sure that this is one that can be information. An improvement in Yi established by the manufacturers. Every lamp tested before delivery,. ", tfjPrices.
INSPECT AND BUY AND ARE here and thatis Yi .
the ,
helped by people
this way would be a good thing for one !Ii
WELL PLEASED.A the high cost of many things hereas New Year's resolution. !: .'
!Ii
compared with the prices up in my In the' Tavares Congregational sen- : _
As-I going to hereto !Ii
country. am come
party of 33 prospectoi which arrived live shortly I have been pricing ior society they hold meetings on 25 Watt_____-______$ .50 60 Watt------------5.75'x! .

V' the latter part of last week'.J furniture and other things. I find Wednesday came that day evening.their As pastxjr Christmas, Rev. 40 Watt.--_--______ .55 100 Wait_-:_______--_ 1.10 !x':
bound for Narcoossee passed through that the cost of such articles here is 1 I
I. Phillips, who is a genuine C. E. pas- rMDon't
week their returnto
Kissimmee this on the 1Cfi -
unreasonable-- can buy
quite you
I the North. There'were two of the same things for half the'money in tor, gave them the first Sunday in ruin your eyes with the old-fashioned bulb which burn more

party who did not invest in the lands Ohio. But I am satisfied with the January, entire evening. Then they "juice".than the Mazda. !fi p,
had the Christmas topic adn Miss
-- of the 'N rcoo8lee section, and they country; it's fine, and no mistake." '
were "not expected to buy as they I Marion Duncan local and central district S. .
junior superintendent, led this : : : '
the } ".
came along merely for trip. Mrs. Lillie C. Smith announces the holiday meeting. fiffi : .'
.
those who purchased were Elma
+ Among engagement of her daughter, I
O. E. Mitzel, of JJutler, 0., F. E. Tyler, to W. W. Carson. This announcement Rev'Geo. B. Waldron, formerly pas- ; -
0., and will be of much interest throughout tor of the Congregational church in ffiffi
and J. O. Wyle, of Bethany, .
the State. The social prominenceof Sanford but for ffiffi Osceola Hardware
O. now superintendent Company
A. W. Lawe, of Hamilton, their x.
causes
the contracting parties work of his church denomination in
"I was just preparing to go to expected marriage to be an event ffifi ,
Californlt," said Mr. Mitzel, "when ,which Will be anticipated with pleasur- Florida, was a welcome guest recently r w-... : ..... .
Corns*of my friends adirised, me toMe able interest. Miss Smith I is a young in the secretary's home at 'Inter- t *IJ'Yi .

Florida first., I came, and I saw :woman of much personal attractiveness lachen. He will attend our State! con- Yi ,' .,.. .', ,_ ',tYio

and I bought a farm, and I am cornIng son,is and,a gentleman individuality of,unimpeachable and Dr. Ci :
her to lira, J i:, am glad that: I character. with field work planned for the fgster"T I o 4 .,' ..,
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: The' Klsstaee Valley Gazette COURSE Of ''*
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., AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'O' HIM TO INVEST. !Ifi ANNOUNCEMENTS.,. l Ii
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EDITORIAL . _. .
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1 Office In Valley Gazette; Building 4.. Kissimmee Valley' Gazette, Kis- !WHiHiBiSfiHiHiWHiBiffiH.! ! ! ! ! !li!

v 'BJSSIJ4M.EEL. FLORIDA.! OSCEOLA COUNTY . I IOE HUGH. REESE HOMER T. WILSON TO BEGIN A 4 simmee, Fla., -,
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ir Dear SIr-Your 'valued favor *
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I -.--- SERIES'' 'l\tONDAY'.EVENING.' .. .'of the '17th -ult. _received. I. i I: hereby announce 'my candidacy<<
; W. B., -HARRIS .. .- Publisher., < thank you for the Iqfurnation4''C. for---re-eleciion'Jo-.t.ho'ofllee. of. City! :

.. CONCLUDING NEXT SUNDAY. me and I am more inclined + Marshal. .
I you gave
; All communications" except from The World Continues tto Love .a L Vej <> than ever to investigate i tf-pd F. W. PITTMA .

oar authorized, eorrespondenta,-must Rev A. M. Chisholm announces an <8* the city of Kissimmee and the < -
b* signed,by the writer.Rejected unusual Intellectual treat for the people surrounding country. Please > For Mayor.' ,
send me the Garette for three < We are, authorized kf announce th.
Kissimmee in of lectures
matter will not be returned Newspaper readers have noticed during the week at least two items that of a course < months. I will be interested in name of FRED W. BASS as avcandi-h
to be given at his church by *
unless, called for. < a farm there and perhaps soMe?
date for the office of Mayor of KIslmme.p.
*t aroused that human interest which binds the race with a unity which is equaled Homer T. Wilson, one of the most gift *. city property. I am Superintending *-!+ :('i;).
.
I Entered at the Postofflce in Kis- only by death in the reaches of,sympathetic embrace. ed and magnetic men on the ,lecture "* the ,public schools here and .
34\\ immee, Fla., as second-class mail ha's' heard < probably can not get down there .* j
Mr.
; matter. So long as the happiest and the saddest of events that come tomancon- platform. Chisholm till next Juno. Thanking you > At the solicitation of my many

__ tinue to bring around those most affected the (felicitations and the condolences Mr. Wilson, and personally knows that '< again for your courtesy, I beg to friends, I hereby announce myself'A'
his testimonials are not overdrawn, remain, candidate\ for Mayor of 'Kissimmee
_r FRIDAY,. JANUARY 17, 1913. of KIT neighbors, with respect to the nature oT'the case we may be sure that and that he is in truth a great speak Most sincerely yours, > City, and solicit your support.

t inherent good still exists and hope (for eternal salvation has not departed.In er. There is to bo no charge at the D. M. HALSEY 4' GEO. F. PARKER.I
The current number of the Pub- Supt. Public Schools. +
Mrs. Grover Cleveland and door. MP. Chisholm has secured the
t: lisher's Auxiliary" contains a handsome the course of the week we have read that 4''C +

j .- half tone picture of A. Clifford her affianced husband were ,entertained at the White House. and again that : series of lectures on terms that make .OO. 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4' 4'1' 4' 4' 4 4' 4' I hereby announce myself as a
this unnecessary. The first of the tli ute for Mayor, subject to the
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; t' Thompson. who incidentally, is a the previously announced nuptials of Miss Helen Gould and her husband-to-be
series will be given Monday eveningat of the people at the ensuing elect!
handsome man. Thompson is publisher would be celebrated January twenty-second. 7:30: o'clock, and the subject will WEHRMANN QUARTET I respectfully ask your support. I
of the Charleston
S. C., Review, These distinguished victims of (lie tender passions serve to impress and t be "Sparks-from the Anvil." This JAMES W. LILLY.
and was recently elected to the COMING SATURDAY
lature of his State. Legis- sustain the ancient aphorism that romance never dies and love lingers even will!! be followed during the week, a

I "'I a linotype machine Thompson on Claude operated after the roses of youth have faded. There is an appeal to the universal lecture each evening,"with such as the SENATE HOLDS UP
"Dynamo) of Genius! "America's Uncrowned
L'Engle'i Jacksonville Sun in the year fellowship in each case. for Frances Folsom and Helen Gould have) been Queen," Manes Eternal Bro I FOURTH NUMBER OI' 1'111CIlIUS..

1905. It is no wonder to those who national figures in the affections of the people for years and the people will therhood." "The Sculptors of Life," I 0I ALL APPOINTMENTS

.x j knew him that he has won recognition now assert the right of that regard to see them happily mated and started down "If only we knew," The last I I TIAN CULTURE COURSE* IS
among: the people of his native heath. h.cture'l
the rose-strewn path of their deferred Maytime.Mrs. Sunday evening, will I,>e on HIGHLY INDORSED. THAT_ __n (__SL'_ _Fit.INK nn____ VANS' "__'_ _AR1MV1VTO __U_ '

:; Mayor Bryan's--hope-"--- that his recommendation Cleveland. as the wife of a former President, held a social position I of The Galilee lecturer" has. the highest recommendations UK,; POSTMASTER AT KIS- !

4 for a municipal dock will that appealed to all the youthful fancies of an ambitious maiden ; that she from the Lest known people I The Wehrnmnn Quartet, comes to
have the and bore all outward the school auditorium Saturday :S.LMMEE AMONG TilE 65.
early and evening
earnest attention graced it with a personality of rare attractiveness the The late Senator Robert Tay-
c of Council will be seconded by all active she called her husband I The company in composed of
seeming of being supremely happy with "Uncle Clee as loi said of hini, |le is an orator

citizens. This is one Improve- nothing 'to support the impossible conjecture that she found among,) { orators" John Temple Graves young women who have charmed audiences A special from Washington
argues says
iment that cities of the
is an actual necessity. and says of him. "iI" is big of heart, big in many country. that the Senate has held
Thousands of dollars have been spent congenial the companionship of a man immersed in public affairs twenty i '1 hoy have appeared in lyreum and up 65 appointments -
of l brain, magnetic, eloquent and sin-
;1: I on other improvements that were not years her senior. All nature rebels against such an union and all the argumentsof tele" haulauqua work extensively and have I recently made by President i

'i {needed as much. It is impossible to con'enience. position family fortune and adaptability cannot justify such never failed to win the applause oftheir Taft, and among them were five
--- Florida
postmasterships, one being the
provide at once all that i is needed in a 'a marriage in the purview of the funny little God of Things as They Ought to audiencs.With appointment of Frank Vans Agnew to
rapidly growing town but the quartet of singers is a .
an effort Be. Now and for the first time Frances Folsom is to be united to the man of NEGROES PRESENTED succeed himself. Mr. Vans Agnew'a
I reader and
should be made to get those things i accompanist, also a woman,
that her mature and deliberate choice. of talent/ and term expired December 10. This action -
are needed most and so work FLOWERS TO OFFICERS rare pleasing presence.
:k down the scale, beginning at the top. I Of somewhat the same type is Helen Miller Gould. It is quite needless for I I I11 Holders of season tickets may have on the part of the Senate was anticipated -

q A combined dock and boat house I _anw.. nn- n( a rvmral... I. turn._ tn mloopsl that a woman of !Miss\ Gould's millions. SeutH rg.a..rvnt- --l hv_ _nnnlvmcr....0"..... _at_ .PK. __- in an article anDearinir, in- K
--- - -- .n -- -- Gatte.
; would, it is likely, be a paying investment I I could not have effected an alliance--00--of social distinction. That kind of thingis PLK.\SINfM: ; : > t' ;NEXPECTEDKKIMONt ; I, erson's drug store for coupons. I recent was stated issue that of the Mrs. Bessie when Bryan it

for the city, and it wouldn't require too common to admit of discussion. She had reached the age of unquestlOn- I (' : :; (): 'I)IOOK) PL.UK: IN;; Simpson was applicant for the

any great amount of money to I ed and independent spmsterhood"before she succumbed t to the piomplings\( of : ODD FELLOWS HELD postmaRtership at Kissimmee. Th.
k buildsuchastructure. ( I.IJtK'S OITICCT.); 1101) SK.:
? ; Dan Cupid and whom did she select Not a railroad president or the head) other appointments that are being
THEIR
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i4'' Since the Standard-Oil Co.-was dissolved of a large financial institution, but a railroad clerk with a small salary; a member -i held up along with the Kissimmee
one" who has done A pTi.iMiiir'! ,'!'('lI1on1'--took placein- j i matter are as follows:
as a trust by order of the United of a church organization in which she was interested as -
John 11
j t tlu I 'leiks office, at t the louit house Gillespi in. .place of. CJIT-__
States Supreme Court the prica much to help her fellow man to the perception and enjoyment of a higher | I hOLLOWING IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY rie S. Abbe at Sarasota, commission
\\liin the otficeis'
of IIBW counjy were installed -
gasoline has risen one hundred I life. of her of similar tastes and trend of I INSTALLING G
T But yet a man own age. a person : in their lesnectiM* offices. A OFFICERS expires January 26, 1913.
per cent. The trust problem is the .
4: real menace, and the country is spirit. delegation of negroes, headed by Rev. i FOR THE YEAR. Charles E. Hood, at Ounnellen, in

lc eagerly awaiting the Wilson remedy. All the world loves a lover and the entire countiy will take an active interest I S, .1./ Johnson, pastor of the A, M. E. I place of George W. Neville' resigned.

That it will prove more effective than and pleasure in witnessing the consummation of these two marriages. ', ihurih appeared with a bouquet of The Independent Order of Odd FellOWS succeed Charles himself.C. Peek at Brooksville, to

the Roosevelt and Taft brands let us It is the right of every person to be happy. provided the means to that end do the I loVfoi! such county official, and I Lodge No. 74 held the annual in- January 26, 1913. Commission expires
jn eseiitatlon speech by the preacher -
-trust. the do violence to the established creed of conduct. tallation and supper Wednesday even- William
not
transgress proprieties or i was made to the assembled officers C. Smith to be his Osucet"ssor
t 0 ing. C. D. Cane, ,N. G., and Ed Roberts '
The at Daytona commission
progreesIitors are going 0I - in the Clerk's office. ; expires
I
', V. G.; and Other
offi-
appointed
jbi for theirs-Editor Claude The January 13, 1913. _
;[ L'Engle I bpeech was gracefully worded cers were installed by District Deputy ,or'...
1 congressman at large; Editor ,I and well delivered. The mini-ster stat-
: George Mathews wants to be consul Reasonable od that he and his wished Grand Master G. D. Boone, assistedby JUDGE
Let Us Be companions I MU.P"V HOLDS
to Brazil; Editor Frank Mayes wants I T Pray, I to convey the best wishes of the negro St. a Cloud.large corps After of the past installation grands from the .,:

something we don't know just what;. citizens to the incoming administration lodge fiRST TERM OE COURT
repaired to Clayton Bros.
,
: restaurant -
Editor Zim of the St. Augustine Meteor and as a token of their good will
wants to be Upon the eve of a Democratic administration we are beginning to see the where Osceola lodge had prepared -
) postmaster, and there they had brought flowers to adorn the ;
lines for conflict in and this conflict is be between the oysters in various styles for the
may be others. We are for them, no forming a Congress to desk of each officer. The speech was MANY
members and their An 01TnI; CASES WERE
matter what they want. forces of a united Democracy which in all liklihood will be split asunder before responded to on behalf of the county guests. informal -

,,<'Ai,' V P4' -+- .' the first session is finished. officials by Hon. W. J. Sears, who assured Boone's smoker best was brands enjoyed afterwards the CONTINUED; BECAUSE WIT

'';Ji'j :, Occasionally' an editor gets eomething There has never been in the minds of those 'single-minded Democrats who the delegation of. colored citizens that wreathed the diners beiJIg in delight.smokes NESSES NOT SUMAIONED.J
: t.hrown'hls way. Gov. CoJqultt that their good will
believe in tariff for doubt the kind of tariff was appreciated. r
really only
of' Texas ,appointed R. M,, Johnston, a revenue any .ai to The delegation was composedof "

4 editor of the Dallas News, to succeed that should be levied to meet the demands of that declaration, There may be, Rev. S. .J. Johnson, James Randall MRS. AULTMAN GIVEN Judge T. M. Murphy convened the

4 Senator Joe Bailey, resigned; Governor indeed. some hair-splitting as to how much tariff a certain commodity should L. L. Jordan, Pearl V. Johnson andL. first term of court Monday! under: his

4 Donaghey of Arkansas appointed stand to make it a revenue tariff only and what difference exists between that Gauldin. HONOR AS TRUSTEE.' incumbency as County Judge. Sheriff ,
Editor J. N. Heiskell of the Arkansas L. II. Ingram, the new sheriff !
kind of a tariff and and a protective tariff. but beyond such a question there is was
'p Gazette to succeed Senator Jeff present and opened court after the
the plain and uncompromising demand that the tariff must not be a protectivetariff.
Davis, deceased. Both appointmentsare DR. HOLT PREACHED WILL RECEIVE DEED TO CHAPTER time honored custom of calling, "Hear :

When these words the writer is that the Democratic "
for the interim term and their are written aware ye, etc. The new prosecuting attorney ,

tenure will expire March 4. They platform has something to say about incidental protection but the framers of TO LARGE AUDIENCE HOUSE AS REPRESENTATIVE H. D. Geiirer.- was on the---- .lob-- I

will have the honor jot having been in that document knew that it were impossible to levy a tariff without giving incidental OF LOCAL OF A. W. 1.. early, and the new court started in I
the Senate for three months, and will for the grind.
protection. There is a vast difference between such protectionas
receive in salary and peftjuisites: There few
about two thousand I that which must needs' be incidental to the levying of tariff duties and that METHODIST PASTOR ASSISTS IN were cases of much importance
dollars each. Editors Mrs. S. B. Aultman has been named but the number was considerable -

all over the country should feel protection which inhibits competition.The SERVICE: AT BAPTIST CHURCH by Hart Chapter of the American Wo- the docket being rather full,

,1.. .grateful for this. hosts are assembling in Washington composed of the producers and r mens' League as trustee to receive but it was found that there were few

-+- manufacturers and their agents to keep the Democrats from placing! certain SUNDAY LAST EVENING.Rev. ; deed to the chapter house property on of the number {hat could be tried.

,Okla.Df., has Norman sent the Miller Gazette ot a Durant booklet, article of produce and manufacture on the free list, or reducing the tariff behalf of the local chapter. The prosecuting attorney was not

issued by the Chamber of Commerce from a protective to a revenue basis. The citrus fruit growers of Florida are A. J. Holt preached to a crowd The American Woman's League was prepared on some of them and in some
& of his home town which proclaims ed house at the Baptist church Sun- organized by E. G. Lewis, of University cases the witnesses were not present.
preparing to send a delegation to the capital for the of retaining the ,
; Bryan county,' in which Durant is lo purpose day evening. on the subject "Why City, Mo., and a large number of Those cases that were ready for trial .
) The cated, to be the Land of Opportunity. present duty on their products; the pineapple growers will probably follow their Should Man Not Live a Thousand women all over the country were interested received prompt disposition, and the

::;, the country pictures in of the Bryan booklet is indeed show that at lead. and do likewise; the lumber makers will be there too. until finally we Years r'Because in the enterprise. A part of others went over until the. next term.

tractive, and the commercial body deserves shall see every industry with which Florida is identified represented before the of the repairs in progresson the plan as projected by Mr. Lewis There was only one case tried by jury,

' Klssimmee much credit for its enterprise. committees-all pleading for the tariff as it existed under a Republican ad- the Methodist church there were was the erection of club houses that of the negro Leonard for doing

' and Osceola county ought ministration which no services in that house Sunday, and through a co-operative plan which he business without a license, and the
to have driven from
something of the kind in cir- was power chiefly on account of its tariff
culation at the present moment. iniquities. Rev. J. D. Sibert, the Methodist pastor worked out and puf into execution. court instructed a verdict of not guilty

-+- assisted Dr. Holt in the evening While the League flourished there

A FATHER'S FAITH. There Demoeifrts who will stand by the tariff which affects their ; service, and a number of the Methodist were thirty-eight of these chapter

4 Editor Frank Harris, the veteranof respective States and there are others who will stand against anything excepta I congregation were also present houses built, and Kissimmee was I i PRAISE FORk THE COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS.

.:T the the Christmas Florida edition press, announced in straight Democratic tariff. Thus will the line be drawn and we are destinedto Dr. Holt delivered an exceptionally among the towns in i the United- -r--Statee___ f .

that he had presented his of son his, Frank paper witness a contest similar to that! between the Republicans on the one hand able sermon, dealing with the creation ient possessing a woman's club of suffic 'r -- ---

J Harris, Jr., with a half interest in the and the Democrats on the other. and constitution of man, picturing him enterprise to secure the erection x Chicago,' 111., Jan 14, 1913.
publication, and in as the lord of creation of one of these houses.
doing so pays his emphasizing f. Editor Gazette
boy ,this tribute: An effort is going to be made to put citrus fruits, and sugar and lumberon his high estate and depicting His Since that time Mr. Lewis has reorganized enclosed : '.

//I "The in undersigned takes great pleasure the free list. Florida is directly interested in all of these products, and our The application of opportunities the- his business<< and has founded ''f" $1.50 to you for will the" please find.
announcing that his son, Frank :r: pay Valley Ga
'$ cs Harris, Jr., becomes joint owner of the representatives will enjoy the rare privilege which the office carries of deciding biblical proclamation that man should the American Woman's Republic, zette for the coming year. After -

ie'' authorized Ocala Banner from this date. He is between the few as represented by these industries and the many who are not ; have dominion over the earth wa---;; succeeding planof; the League. Under the :I receiving your fine paper for ,:.
and empowered to sign all most aptly made by the original organization it
V; checks,, make all contracts, receive and between love on the one side as it were, and duty on the other. wonderful achievements recounting the was neceSsary for the local 7: the last six months free, I would J
of science : chaptersto
disburse all monies and I Pray. let be :X: not have the nerve not to subscribe
all
do else us reasonable. and not hound them. They will have name trust -
enoughto through which a e-to
y man had receive deed for 1//
connected accomplished
with the z for
publication of it
the for
at least '
t paper the same as if he were its sole worry them with nothing but their sense of right and loyalty to Democratic the conquest of the earth, the sea the chapter, and Hart chapter voted year. I want to thank one ,1

; e ? wner. declarations l to guide without being pulled and hauled hither and yon by a I and the. air. Dr. Holt was at his best, this honor to Mrs. Aultman, who was :& through the you and
; "I hope that I you County Commissioners -
may be pardoned in solicitous I and preached largely Instrumental in i
constituency. It is a truly forceful and ef making the
-, no easy question to decide when '
f saying that I have watched his career political futuresare fective chapter the active who are' so loyal to ,, '
with a father's love and devotion, weighed against party allegiance. sermon. organization that the county and town
it Mrs. Edgar Oliver it has proved to be. The as you "
and gives me unspeakable pleasure of Savannah, chapter people '
;r, to say that so far as I know it is 40 and Miss Joe Berta Bryan sang a duet, I house is a great convenience to the different are to send the paper t o

'., without spot or blemish. He has a THE COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT. "0, Twilight Hour," and the music town and has come to be a center of have parts of the coxintry- I ,
high sense of honor and business In- social certainly enjoyed reading "
was otherwise well activity. There
rendered are few
and town
tegrity, and though modest ap
and un- your paper and have passed it
.. ansuming! I feel that he merits and The Valley Gazette is printing this week a series of_ three_ __ rtid_ ___._._ nn tl.. propriate.At that can boast a woman's club houseof to my friends. We '4
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F will deserve the full confidence of his commission form of government for n va *.UVr the conclusion of the service Dr. such adequate appointments. havcproperty ;"'
municipalities. The in
question is Kissimmee "
fellow-citizens. going to Holt urged a and also on
general .
"In 'presenting him to'the public I come up for settlement in Kissimmee, probably at the next rttuni ipal efection. was warmly seconded handshaking in thia and NOTICE. > the prairie south and expect to '.t//

- feel that he will measure up fully to Every voter should be i informed as to what the commission form of Mr. Sibert, who pronounced by Rev. come to Florida to live Just M ,.:
the government the benediction Notice
higL standard that
'I has been set is hereby
It' given that in soon
as
order ,
'. Jilrn and if he means. has meant a great advantage and advance we can dispose of our
:., over.: shall receive at for those cities that to qualify to vote in
_ ; .their hands the same kindness and have tried it. Kissimmee may profit by their experience. There poll taxes the city election, drug store here.' Thanking{ you '
; i i. must be
b much
consideration ,that baa universally complaint paid on or before again for your paper,
,been shown me, I shall ask for no I with the administration of Affair* at present. The system may be quite To put anyone under obligations, Saturday, :March 8. I am, very respectfully,' T T,
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as men in charge; maybe more so. up he can, C. L. BANDY, R. T. BOGUK. //fo'
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\ .; Telephone, ', No.I 11.' Brown many will regret friend to learn of R.that!>Witt he is r Lake F,,.,N.WIs.\ Pettigrew, are spending arid(family the'winter of'Fox In street H. ,M committee i Breaker, "chairman 'of the-", Mrs.! 'Tteri, of Pinecastle, Ky,:is tguest Cuba. lie ,"has ,watched_ Kisslmmesgrow .

confined has
at home had
the
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I Published in. Kissimmee, and have rooms at 'the work / and Mr*. C. W.' Griffin for the'past fifteen yean, hav.
,Every Friday By dulge in. the hope that" it will not I residence irang.at on Stewart avenue this '
of'Or F.; G ing taken'not.of: its
.Thomason. week, and the 'work W n., Maklnson > advancement at
W. B. uARt .' prove to be serious. has:resulted In a was among th I ,
, great improvement visitors to.St'C1ouc: yearly periods; and ha is prepared "
The in the
( Laymen's Hart Chapter of the American .that. thorough first of ti' .. -
meeting, at better than some of the old
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i. Methodist\; Woman's fare. week. \ residents
church Sunday, 8 p. m. Subject;'John League meets every Mon- I to take pride in its advancement. ''It i
i day afternoon
: 14i16. Leader-P.-W: at-3 o'clock. The mem- J.)n. Griffith' of WlAlttt i WA 'nna 'wlU? KM llAwltfl ontw'at was of
one the .
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Pittmsn. Geo. ben' .... :_ .._. ..' .habblest.looklng
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ReportFollowing : I *> raricer president., tend the-- ---- ---, -- - "' '" has arrived lorl his,regular l winter; visit tie city election whose poll tax la no1| looking places lever saw 'when I first '

" """ ""' " business meetings. There is always to Ktysimmee and has taken rooms at paid by Saturday, .February 8th.. begun to come.here," said CoL Trigg,
L ""," MW .For Sale-Green Sugar, Cane; plant of more or lest importance, Mrs. M.: F. Sears' on Main'ltreet. ,Mi. 'I. "and now it is one of the cleanest and 1

are the daily tern; now) 600 gallons of .P-uP to acre?. and it is desirable- to have. a full at Griffith has'. :peach orchard at Park If you want to vote In the city election best, looking.. ..The'tran.formatloa' '

< : ,peratures and precipitation as New Eden 'Plantation'" Co., Box 496, tendance.* ". Gardens/ which' he finds has'made: your poll tax must b..paid on or has .been'wonderful..- In fact all!
is ,
reported by, the Government KisslmmeV' > splendid before Saturday, February, 8th. .
4-ltpd The :Watson growth since Florida Is
growing
'i station at Kissimmee j ,realdence"', nearthe he'left in the msrvelously, and

'week ending Jan.. 16. 1912.forthe Dr. P. S. Phillips, ,of Buffalo, N. Y., court house, has''been rented for-the. spring and he states he will set* more The 'Shakespeare",Club met; 'with I expect to see it become the Italy of. '

,, was in the city'this week on his way season to Mr; and Mr ;N. R.:'Patter- trees this .season: ., Mrs. H. W.,''Boies-Friday,.afternoon, .America- .during. ,,.the,next.,few. ;years.*"

i .AX .1... son to Lake Gem Villa, where he has pus ion, of Ptneville, Ky, 'Mr..and Mrs. J. II. Halley of I pending: an I enjoyable ,hour in the The Walter L* .Moael. .:
Loughman ,
i grove
Friday ..... .. 79 chased 'and build Patterson and' Mr.._ and was in study of the at
61 property will a.win Mrs. Logan, the city Monday. Mr. Halley ipremier poet' worka.., Shingle Creek;one of the finest"groves
j Saturday. . .. 8162 . ter, home. also of Pineville, will.occupy the home, returned from Iowa recently in that section of fine was N
where he The City Council at groves,
purchased
which Tuesday ,
night'smeeting
. is of
82 one the
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most
I' Monday . . ', . 82 58Tuesday' .". 11. C. Stanford< Co. now have the Kissimmee. desirable in went in the interest of the Peninsula directed the City Attorney to this week by Louis Neiklrk,.of, t
agency for the famous Highlands Co. He I Canada. i
succeeded In
Happgrade interesting notify the Midland
[ .. .. 75 60 'overalls. .. .. railroad. to pat a
60-tf I C. B. Crum and family, .of Mount a number of people in Flor- trestle over the ditch.
I Wednesday municipal The West,
. 1 77 66 Kissimmee
Taylor's
ida while
"I Save money on furniture and Union, Pa., arrived in 'the city away, some of whom returned grocery
hard-
Thursday . last located
77 67 ware. 20 per cent off at Waring j Friday, and will spend the winter with him and have purchased Mrs. Andrew Johnson has returnefrom' at Broadway and MId.. ,

**************+* Trading Co.'s. 62-tf.. iovincr our balmy climate. Mr.: Crum en- homes from his company. Troy, N. Y., where she was call-I. land railroad, has been,, moved to the<*

G. C. Oliver and j has been familiarizing himself with ed by the death ot her un _fath._n.__.__ _' ___ Dickerson building on the opposite
daughter
! I I Mrs. J. this Save money on furniture and hard- is again at home at the Graystone. corner of Broadway and the railroad, .
I I I I ITILE III Illl Illlllllii A. Pinkston' and her two children section for some time through i
ware. 20 and they have
per cent off at. Waring 'arranged their ..toek'to
left last Saturday for their home in reading the Valley Gazette, The ladies, the W. C.
Trading Co. ., 52-tf. 9f T. U. are a much better advantage than was
LOCAL FIELD ii Waverly, Ala., after a visit of several John Carley, of Sharon requested to meet at the Chapter' possible in the old er
Pa. has The quarters. Taylor
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weeks glass
to the windows
.. family of J. W. Oliver. rived for his regular winter visit to front of the Osceola Journal for office the House Friday afternoon, Jan. 24, at I is fast becoming a leader in his line..,
3 o'clock.
Kissimmee A full attendance is desired
The and is
Pythian Sisters again domiciled
will at
have were
a put into place this week -
and Mrs. S. B. ,
social the Graystone. Aultman, president.S. \
P. A. Vans Agnew visited the East meeting at the home' of Mrs. Mr. Carley's many the open front affected by the Journal

Coast this week. B. C. Miller next Wednesday after friends in this city will deeply sym- for some months will be replaced by J. Triplett, of Narcoosee, was in '

noon, December 22.. Every sister is pathize with him in the loss of his a more conventional facade. The Kissimmee Monday. Mr. Triplett reports -
For men's gloves, of I cordially invited to wife, who died last summer. Journal '
any kind go to attend. has proved to its own satis the season. at the Runnymedehotel DANN'S

F. H. Lawson. It. Mrs. Ralph Johnson is entertaining Klfimmee Auto Garage and Ma- faction, however, that it is quite unnecessary as good. He dined at the hotel '

J. W. Miller visited Orlando on her mother and sister, Mrs. Blake and chine Company will do anything in to have glass In your win Sunday and says there were some six- -

business, Wednesday. i daughter, of Portsmouth, Ohio. Miss lathe or machine work for you for 'dows in this part of Florida, much ty guests present. The hotel is un- DEPARTMENT

Alice Blake is leader of an orchestra, automobiles, boats, and all other ma- less are overcoats or stoves needed. der. the management of Mr. Yung, ands I",

Franklin P. Davis, of Sanford, was and will be valuable chinery. 15 tf doing a profitable business.
a addition to the The Board of
the Trade is to hold
in city Thursday. I a
STORE
Save money on furniture and hard- ,I Next Sunday morning "The Call of special meeting tonight for the pur- Extensive repair on the Methodist M

Livingston F. Dunlap, of Atlanta, ware. 20 per cent off at Waring China," will be the theme at .the pose of considering the matter of ad- church have been.made and the build- .....-.. l sR
is a guest at the Graystone. Trading Co.'s. 52-tf. I Presbyterian church. All who are interested vertising Kissimmee and this section. ing presents a much improved appear- .....-..-..-..-.....------

W. G. in the cause of the Master A large meeting is requested. There ance. It has been repainted and revarnIshed. -
Brown
nave you seen those -nr tty- Coat---- and Mr. Thomas of in this _Il'reat--- r..nllhll.--r--u.. _..-_._. ..ug..._.f __._- was a fair attendan__ ,_,,_. .... tho..._ ...._a.. ._ .. .the *.l..a.a._... 1.a. h.......
musical circle of Kissimmee. -u u -- ''' '''IS & unn. ---- --
Splits\ an Stanfords? 60-tf dially invited. As Rev. Monday renewed and y .
the Loughman section Snyder spent evening, but President Stan- every nook and corner, f
W. H. Hurlbert, of St. Cloud, wasa after business matters ,in were the looking ten years in the Orient he can speak ford stated that he did not want the from pew to pulpit, shows the touch 1

visitor to Kissimmee Wednesday.Fred terday.Mr. city yes- from personal knowledge.W. subject disposed of until there was a of the 'renovator's hand. The usual

full meeting. Each member services will be held there Sunday. .
J M. Dalton, of Tampa, was in R. F. Waldrop, the old winter 0. Weaver, ,of Lafayette, Ind., to do his best to have was a full requested -
Kissimmee is visiting his son, P. K. Weaver cash- Fred Yust and wife
Wednesday.W. tourist of Bessmer, Ala., arrived last membership present tonight. of Kansas, who L
eir of the Citizens Bank. Mr. Weaveris are spending the winter in Kissimmee .
IL Brokaw with Griffing Brothers night and is at the home of J. M. proprietor of the Frank E. have t
Gardner granite works in Graham, of the Tampa purchased the Rewis orange
the tree peopje. 40tf.J winter. on Mabbette street-- for the LaFayette that bears his name. He Tribune, was among the guests at the grove in the Shingle Creek section. :

L_.A. Cranford.- of- kviUer-i&, is a prominent and influential citizen Graystone Wednesday. He called on j Mr. Yust called at the Gazette office '. _
a guest at the Grayetone. J..W. Olivrhovedhl family-t T>fMnecTion.- He-"wiirBe i in Kiss m the- members of the newspaper fraternity I thtSTnoTTiing"to subscribe for the pa- --' --- -

Save from Oliver's Island to the Moon cot- mee for a week or two. while here, whereupon ho meta I per, and stated that he and his wife "Weare ,-

money on furniture and hard- tage on upper Broadway. This Dr. J. D. Sibert cordial reception. All South Florida were both highly pleased with our
ware. 20 per .cent off at Waring will 'preach two is proud of the climate and
change was made necessary on account special Tribune. It is a gl eat expected eventually to .ti
Trading Co.'s. sermons at the Methodist
62-tf. of the difficulties in sending the church next favorite in Kissimmet, and the men make their permanent home here.
Sunday. His '
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson, of Miller children to school. morningsubject who make it may be always sure of -
will be: "The Christian Andrew Martin ,
of Burville ;
Mich.
their ,
S. D., are stopping at J. M. Gardncr's Wealth standing when they visit the ;
Save money on furniture and hard- ; evening subject, "Give Goda town. The best accompanied by his old comrade and
Mabbette we have
on street. is at their
i.F __ ware. 20 per cent off at Waring I Chance. All are cordially invited service.. friend Henry Pratt, of Armadie,
Co.'s. 4ri
Trading
New lace bands, 52-tf. attend these BAM*Aa. A BVtAAt nl
various widths, -'
and both Anson Swift, of invitation 'is extended to strangers.: Save money on furniture 'and Mich., arrived this week and have
b1 patterns, tan and white, Canton, S. D., andC. hard- taken Closing .
from 10 cents F. II. Vail, of Arlington, Neb. ware. 20 per cent off at Waring quarters at the Park hotel .
up.' Larson. It are spend- Miss Elizabeth Carson was the hostess Trading Co.'s. 62-tf. This is Mr. Martin's seventh consecu--

Frank Fomewald of St. Peters- ,ing the'winter at Mrs. Mayfield's.They of the Sewing Club Wednesday 'H. Fleming of tive winter in Kissimmee, and he is
are pleased with Kissimmee
conditions made
burg was a guest at the Grayatone gen- morning. A full membership was flying a an untiring booster for this city as a
and trip to the
Thursday. erally are enjoying their visit present and the time was spent city: yesterday, attending winter reso'rt.Mr. Out .
here to the utmost. pleasantly in social interchange while to some business matters. ,

Special sale on all silica. Cut from Mrs.a Earl Lupfer's the fingers and the 'needles of the While here he was .registered at the and Mrs. J. Harry Allen, of
26 to 40. cent. Next 10 reading was a fea. DeSoto. Mr. Fleming Winchester .
that
per days. H. guests were busy says hun- Ky., arrived in the city
ture of the on .
as
C. Stanford Co. entertainment, and delicious many piecesof dreds of
60-tf tourists last
are invading his night to spend '
refreshments I fancy work. I some time enJoy- Our k
were served. home
F. ;E. Bridges, of Ocala! spent business A town, and jocularly remarked ing our delightful climate. Mr. Allen '

Thursday in Kissimmee lie was at meeting will be held Monday The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- that the hotel clerk. are "hiding their has, been coming to Kissimmee off : ,' .
afternoon ,, "
at
the church "
the Graystone, while here. o'clock. , at 3 tist church met with Mrs. Hall Wed j registers. However, he states that and on for the past twenty years, his ; r'J .: \ \ i

nesday afternoon for a social hour. while there are many strangers in last. visit being three years ;,, Heimprovements' '

___"--0-. _ Y -- _ _. KI. immee th"'A----- .fA'- _.1.' .._..ID... AVVIJ___, ,AU,_,_," expressed _neat ..-,. .1-a al: ago.Ls__ ..._..._ Enie:1Stock:: ,:
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, more, and every visitor will be accommodated '''since his last visit, and .,.. ,.f 1, ', ,

in the most competent man said he could hardly recognize it as

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Friends df Adolph Rosenberg in the mentalist, has been the .

Kissunmee will be interested in a cer attraction at the Pastime all the week,

tain happy event which is to take and crowded houses have been the

place the evening of Sunday, January rule, the mysticism of the occult \

19, which has been announced to his which is universal in its appeal to
Of
Kissimmee friends through the receipt superstitious nature proving irresistible -

of an invitation issued by Mr, in its drawing qualities. The

and Mrs. D. Rosenberg and Mr. and young woman has performed feats

Mrs. B. Handler, who request the pres- in her particular line of work which

ence of friends at the wedding cere- excite the wonder and curiosity and COATSUITS 4Yt"'J
mony of Miss Rose I
Braunstein to are quite inexplicable to the audience. r.
Mr. Adolph Rosenberg to be celebrated She will continue her performances

at the First Roumanian-American through the ''t
week, which will have
We beg to inform our patron that on Congregation "Shaarai Shomoyim." been a week of unusually good business -
Mr. Rosenberg
is proprietor of the for the Pastime. l1

MONDAY AND TUESDAY JAN. 20 AND 21a New York store On Stewart avenue, 1
Dr. N.
L.
Kisling, of Bel Air, Md.,
Gottlieb Mentz, of Culbertson, Neb., sends the Valley Gazette a checic ten
special representative of has been in Kissimmee .
this week pros- a year's subscription, and says: "It ;

pecting. Mr. Mentz came to Florida is with pleasure that I send you check, at '
in October, and has been and I 'I
STROUSE BROS. traveling yet hope to be one of you in
over the state since that time, Inspecting the near future." Dr. Kisling is as- :

different sections, and he sured of a warm welcome
and it is ;
High Art Tailors' II says unreservedly that he is more impressed hoped that he will find it convenient COST :

with Kissimmee and the coun- to begin his residence as "one of us" \ ,I ,

I try surrounding. . than with any other before very long. .
will
; be here with a full line of Fine Woolens pan--- 01 -rionaa.- lie- nas seen much .

to take orders for made to measure suitsKATZ'S to recommend to his friends in Ne- At the meeting of the Civic League M
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braska, in whose interest he is here. Tuesday, Miss Estelle M. Brainerd, of

He is going to return home soon, and China, Maine,'was elected as librarian. '

it is likely that several families will A goodly number of the new and Get One -' i.

I move to 'the Kissimmee section as a most readable novels of the day have ,

result of his report. lately been placed in the library. a ,

These, in addition 1'r'
I tp the valuable
M. G. Weaver of
Ft. Meade,
appeared matter at ,
before the Board of Trade Monday already owned make the collection ,

I evening and exhibited samples of very attractive and well $ .
CLOTHING CORNER marbelized worthy of patronage. A good library
concrete with a hard finish is .
a great
advantage to
any place and
surface, which has the
advantage should have the
support of all public
when used
in
building of
making the
spirited citizens. There should be
plastering
process unnecessary. Mr. morb members. and.Miss Brainerd will
Weaver's
purpose in appearing before ,
at once 'begin
a canvass for this
the pur-
Board was to interest local I
capi-
pose. The library will
be from
tal in the organization of open .. .
a company 8 to 5 every Monday, Wednesday and - --_ .*
to build houses made T
of this material
His Saturday afternoon.Col. .,
proposition referred
was to a

committee ,composed of B. C. Miller, II. C. Trigg, president' the DANN'SDEPARTMENT' \T '

F. H. Lawson, J. W. Lilly, Arthur E.Donegazi Glasgow Railway Co., and ex-presi

<. and J. H. Reese. Several dent of the Trigg National Bank, of

members of the Board became very Glasgo, Ky., is among the distinguish

: much interested, and it is likely that ed guests at the Graystone. ;. 5
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if a model house constructed of the new Trigg says .be finds the climate at .

k material will be built in Kissimmee. I Kissimmee the, best of '.'
any
among '
If this )Is
done .
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a company resorts in winter f'
and he V
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P' The clerk was ordered to draw a I To the Honorable Board of County I tion pistures. The Board after considering Kit Mi-l'hHtli-r." Jrx 2.11 ""nl\o.,. C A petition having been filed asking "\\i 1 1I 1i 1i 1t 1t 1t

Proceedings, of the warrant in favor of the First National Commissioners. I j this proposition ordered the 67 McLran, O C. 212 I 68 :N:, Imet 'T E" .213 f-larksoii. J K '
Bank; of St. Cloud out of the road, We, the undersigned officers of Os- Clerk to write these parties that owing 19; Nelson.V J 214 (:,..10.r. M h I at the Southeast corner 'of

Connty'Commissioners fund for the amount of $2,000 for loan ceola county petition your most honor- to the financial condition of the coun- 70 Tart In, I. 10: 215) ('hl> ton. C. J. the Southwest quarter of the Southeast 1.

for' ninety days, and also to draw a able Body to appoint Mr. J. E. Bass to ty, they arc unable to take any action 71 I'faun. H. M. 216 I Imnn. J. J. I quarter of Section Tyrenty-nine ,,\

warrant for interest the position of Janitor for the CourtHouse this 72 1'rather.TJ H. 217 Inle. H. R..
on same. upon proposition. ((29)), Township Twenty-flr (25) ;,
72 Porter It. D. 21D Dickemon, B.
'',' ;.' KIssimm'ee, Fla,*' Jan. 7,' 1913. The Treasurer's report showed the From his past service we The Board then took a recess until 74 ReddUt, J. H. 219 Dibble,' J. C.. South, Range Thirty ((30) East,, and

e ,,4/,,The new Board' of County Commls- following' balances in the various know him' to be capable, willing'and 1:30: p. m. 76' Sharp, J. M. .220 Ellis. V. R.. i running thence North one-foarth'of a '

lonereIn, and ,/or .Osceola County funds: "" satisfactory in every respect The Board convened 1:30 p. m. all 76 Simpson J. W. 121 Dann, K. P. mile, thence West one-half V milt 'or j

*fnaet today: for the purpose' of Revenue :__._,_.:!.+-_.,...-.41,402.G"( > T, M. MURPHY present. 11 Story, A. D. ,222 Drake, Thoe., leas to the public road. The Board ,,3

,,,. 1 fixation: and transacting what business organ' Fine and forfeiture JLJ.:: ___ 762.81 I* H.. INGRAMS. The following list of names were 78 79Woodall.Story Andrew. O. B..224, 221 Floyd Funk. C.It. S.H., appointed David Bass" J. .M.,, Sharpeand |ft,

might come before them, there being School __.__________-___-'-- 88.27 L. LUPFER,, selected from the! registered votersof 80 Woodall. c..1.' 226 Gardner. J. M. II. O. Partite as a committee, to

present E. L. Lesley, W. F. Walker, Road ____nnn______ 52.65 JOHN L. OVERSTRE, Osceola County, to be drawn as Wetherbec.. Ira.226 Gardner. G. P.. view the said road and requested them ,J

A. F. Bass, O. R. Bass and RaymondV. Convict Lease __--_______-- 108.43S. I W. J. SEARS, I Jurors, after being placed in the Jury 82 Woodull J. J. 227 Oulce. It 1) to report as to the same at the next 1

: Lanier and J. L. Overstreet: clerk. S. D. No. 1-------------- 400.85 i i WM. I. BARBER: I box to. serve for the year A. D. 4913. 84 83.hld'I.Weatherliio.Irah. 1..M..228. 229 Griffin.Harrell J II.J.C. meeting and also instructed the County .J?

The meeting being called to order S. S. D No. 2------------ 83.54< 1 Anhtmi. G.V... 147 Underbill. 1' 230 Harris.. W. B Surveyor to survey said proposed r(

'' by the Clerk, upon motion: of A. F. S. D. Nor 3 __-___-_n___ 1,330.29 I'I'fS. January 7th. I Aultman. S. H. 148 Underhill J R. 85 Wlnn., A.V 231 Harrell. Edd road and that he file with the Board $

Bass seconded fS. S. D. No. 4.:_n________.. 428.80 To the Honorable Board of County 3 Arnold W H. 149 rndi-rhlll. W E. 86 Wentherhei.. 232 lv-y. T J.W the said t
by O. R. Bass, E. L. i survey as required by law. /t
S. D. No. 5-------------- 17.31 Commissioners:: 4 Austin G. K., 151)) Pleat; Alec I... 233 R.I\.I..r, I) J. ,
Lesley was elected chairman The Board ordered the Clerk to
for. the 6 Beaman. .. 87 W ';{
J 1. 161 Duller. Joe 00""II. J. n. 2.14'Wooten 1 U J.
; :Board. I I, W. M. Stephens, will take the 6 Huller R. T.. 152 Milliard. CV Ml \\'..rhue. It U 236 Cromartle. P O. draw a warrant in favor of W. W.uJL

1 r Mr. S. J. Triplett, in behalf of the $5,241.51 poor farm for $45.00, a month. I will 7 Bryan. N C. 153 rttdxett. J J 89 While. !J' G 296 Bron "... J fiI'll Chandler in the amount :of: $35.00 for; i"

;t Valley Gazette, appeared before the The 'Tax Collector's report showed take care of it according to the Com- 8 Base \\' (4' 154] Thompson.. ." A 1. Vw. II, C' 10: 237 llrorisiin. A. N 11)1\0! \ feet of bridge lumber. \
:M the following balances to be col- missioners instructions. 9 Rasa Hull 166 Walker J H 91 Young U I.;. 23* Br........... J. JI. j v;
Board and asked that the cqntract lected: W. M. STEPHENS.To 10) Barber. }\'. J.. 156 Walker, W. H. !92 Yales. J :II. 23!) Kronxon. ell. There being no further business toj i} |r
for the County printing be let to the I 11 I Hratton. II N., 157 Wrlllll.i C. !IS> Anderson.. JM 21". llimiKiui Walter come before the Board motion for, !f fadjournment ,
Revenue ___ _________
Valley Gazette u u- 14757.02 12 Bell. A. B '. it 158 \
has been
; as the the Honorable Board, of Commissioners Idprman.'m Armatronx. Jno 241 I'.nulkiilxht. was made, and dyly'econded -I j
r official organ of the Board for years, School _________n_______- 21083.82 Osceola 13 Buckeld C 159 Daniels, K. EI 96 Anderson.. . J J. Ii. sStarr. ; whereupon Board adjourned -, :
Mr. also Road __--_____--________1 17,708.39 County : 14 Ha relay. J A.. I 1M' Durranee, Jas 242 111 uuaouV O
Triplett
stated to the Board I John Davis will take of 16 to meet again in regular session i ion
DasH.
Fine and forfeiture _____. 5,902.79S. charge Ho <-ll. 161 DurraniKM.! !)6 Albrllton. E.W.243 Cruinarlle. L H. !
that he wfshed they would renew their I S. D. No.1 _____ 1041.63 .tbe County Poor Farm and keep up 16 Butler. K P.. 192 Arnold, Bert 97 n"lto... S I... 244 IInw..r.. If II the rule daylin February. I, .
subscriptions to the Valley Gazette; -- -- for. $40.00 month. 17 Ueelund. K; SIS 163 llnlsden, John, 98 1I..II..n. 0..". 246 I\.y. K J\I J. L. OVERSTREET, Clerk.
per :
FI N that it was an unquestionable fact S. S. D. No. 2 un______- 215.64S. JOHN DAVIS. Dasf Everett 164 Dans. Le,.. !.9 I3arb.r. H. C., 246 Ivry \vV.'. By James Johnston, D. C. 1;

that the Valley Gazette had brought S. D. a Jan. 7, 1913. 19 /Huns. <>rd.2ll 166 lie.,,. 101 plp
S. D. No. 4 ____ 1,097.33S. Nat. Itaeu lIumpr. 24M 'Ivr)'. Hobt. I ,
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great families nn
to Kissimmee -
many and /liowiin, It A.. 167 ..
Drawdy. W.A. lug !taus B. C. 249 Iv..yV.. F.. 'jt!
Osceola county-\ and that it was unnecessary S. D. No. 5 __-_nnn 146.46 The Board having considered the 21 Ba..... Henry T 168 10'..rile. L. L... 1u3 Baus. J. 10:., 260 1..kord. n. A,. An electrically driven machine that ,
to the The Clerk then called atention to the 22 //101(..... A. C.. 169-Godwin, 1114 weighs less than
; enumerate good this various applications apointed J. E. W. It., HI" 10: It.. 261 Mue.4ey. W. L. 50 pounds has been)
method of. advertising hud been do fact that since the terms of office of Bass as Janitor for the Court House 23 Breaker II M..,,170 Bass. A. E.. IDS Barber J. 10:.. 262 Moe..I..)'. T. It Invented to scrub floors.Desirable .
the various appointive officers expires 24 Ulerils.l D. K.. 171 Harvey, J. A., 106 Hlakv. H. M. 263 nveretrect. 1
at the salary of $40.00 per month. 26 Breaker C.V.., ,
ing.Mr. 172 107 ,
Harvey J. J. Barb..r Jno.
the I9. 1. D..
at
pleasure of the ,
H. M. Pfann appeared before Board and John Davis upon motion duly seconded 26 Hole-/ II.V.., 173 Montsdoea. J.M. 108 Court. T. A.. 164 Overstreet- 1.
the Board and asked the old Board having completed its 27 Brown It. .
that some actionbe was appointed Superintendentof D. 174 McClelland. lug Collins 1. H.. 256 Tyner. F. H.
taken term at the last meeting, these offices 28 Buzzn. H. 8.. W, 110
the Q. Clsrkson. C.
upon proposed road the Poor Farm at the salary of 29 K.256 Warden C- K.
leading South from Campbell City. were practically vacant. Whereuponhe $40.00 month. 30 Boone G. D., 176 O'Berry Jas. 111 Edwards. Clyde 257 VQulnn.. 1,). J. 1
per Buzza. E. K.. 176 Rhymes; 8. 112 Farrls, ,. Ten
The Board read the following.communications W. I W. 268 Outlaw J. H.,
being without :
a legal adviser motion 31 Carroll. .
Upon duly seconded W. J. D. 177 Tumblln. J. B. 113 I Fr'yor. R.V... 269 Partln. H. .
M.
4' passed this matter uhtil Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 7, 1913. 32 Parr W. J.
next Sears was appointed Attorney for the Mo. 178 Willis. R. E.. 114 Goodrlrh; U.W.260 Newton Henry
a meeting when the attorney for the To the Honorable Board of County Board. 34 Cole. C. A.. 179 Young Ran 116 learn Doyle 261 Stalker. K. W. ,
Board would be Commissioners of Oaceola County 33 rafton. J. M.. dolph. llfi trawls Jesse, 262
present. Upon motion duly seconded G. W. Miller B. C. and Twentyv i.
35. Clay. J. R.. 180
Acree. 117
C. S. Johnston.
,3t Mr. C. F. Prevatt appeared before Gentlemen-I respectfully make Ashton the 36 Cobb. J.J. 263 Loll A. A.
'. present Superintendentof RV. 181 Brown II. E.. 118 Jones G. W. 264 Bandy. Theo.
the Board and stated that during his application to your Honorable Body 37 Da On. C. W..
P Roads of Osceola county was re- 182 Brown, E. E.. llii Ketn., A. \I.. 266 Davis. J. M. .
term of office as sheriff he had purchased I for appointment as Janitor of the appointed at the same salary of 38 Davidson, A. L.183 Drouson.;; W. I., 120 Mann W. II 266 Fennelll E.I L. '

rY a large bath tub and installed I Court House for the next year and if $60.00 month. 39 Downing S. W.. 184 Bronson, J. A.. 121 Slant }\'. \.. 261 Gilbert. A. D Arce Tracts
per 40
the same in the jailer's quarters in I honored with the appointment will be Upon motion 41 Ellis Davie T.Jno.W.. 186 Bronson. Alfred 122 Morgan I'. I':., 268 Gilbert G. A..
duly seconded the 186
.c the court house and glad to serve in this for Bronson J. It. 123 Mlkrsell. ,<. I 269 Uatlln. 10;..
asked that he be capacity the .Board decided to discontinue the service 42 Fisher M. E.. 187 Bronson. U. C.. 124 'admit |J..iir.\ 270
allowed to remove the same or that sum of Thirty dollars per jnonth.R. of a County Physician. 43 Gilbert A. S.. 188 Clark. W. W. 12G Partin.V.. V271 Harvey Hansiill. G.C. B.J.,, For Trucking and Fruit Growi', '

the Board pay him the sum of $20 D. DRIGGERS.; 44 Qrirrin. C. W. 189 Campbell J.W. 126 Simmons 4. J. 272 '
Upon motion duly seconded the Kis 4$ Griffin. J. C.. 190 Hyde Julius, ing. Our land extends from M I
and keep it to be used Campbell. W.L. 127 tit ration. J. : 273 ,
by the next simmee 46 Sv Harrl. N. B..
Valley Gazette Gilbert,
was appointed F. S. 191 Davis
D. M.,
{ .sheriff. The Board passed this mat. To the Honorable Board of County to be the official organ of the 47 Gustus. A. W.. 192 Hancock. B.O. lt ltd! >( Simmons.Seaman. Lou 276 Smith. J. H., city limit nearly to Orlando.! -1 L ,

.,.i ter until the next meeting. Commissioners: County. 48 Milliard. J. K., 193 Johnson D. Y. Oscar 276 276 Smith. D. A.. Terms: $2 per acre cash. and $Z >,, i,'I'.
The Clerk instructed We the Officers Os- 49 Hansell, R. M.. 194 Johnson' Lewis Smith W. A., ,I' i' .
was by the undersigned of Upon motion duly seconded the ISO Tyson W:: p. 277 McCallLster. ..
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Board to draw a warrant in'favor of ceola County, most heartily recommend Board decided to discontinue all subscriptions 61 Hanklns.Hansell. J.W.M.Q. 196 1(6 Iamb Lamb.' W.C. J.T.,, 181 Warren. M.. 278 McCutcheon, per acre monthly. A f:;:

Warren Wayman to the amount of Mr. J. E. Baas for the position to papers. 62 Hall. E. H., 1(7 Lanier. J. O.,' 1S2 188 Warren.Farr.: L II. Peter. Write for Booklet. .' .

:$12.60 for the care of Cad McCoy. of Janitor of the Court House. During The terms of the various appointive 68-Jeffords. J. D. 198 Lanier, J. H., 134 Whaley T., .'\N.. E. 280 279 Libby, R. D.. .L'a t
S, L. Lupfer, 'County Treasurer our term of office he has servedus 64 Joiner W. A. 199 Overstreet. H.4 Harvey, K. B.. I
Irf* I officer were fixed by the month to 66 1S6 Evan. H' n-y, 211 Hughey W. A. ,
Knight \Vlll.
appeared before the :Board and stated most faithfully' and ha been efficient 200 O'Berry, J. F., 16 Tlndall. :
Qrovnr.281
be dispensed with at the pleasure of 66 Kate Edgar, 201 Robert., J. M., 187 Alderman. R. Johnston W B. McKUV f 1Y..
1.th t warrant No. 293 for the mm ofr'1 in' every expect the Board.A 67 Lamb. I. M, 202 Reeves J. T.. 128.Alderman. J.T.H.i8 2S4 Jarrell A. B., ', ..

i : {_ was now due and payable and R. G. JOHNSTON, proposition to club together six 68 Lupfer, J E., 20i Reaves, Aaron 129 Bennett Noah 28S Maklnson.Jernlgan, W VT.B.O. i ".I

,that,.they issue -a warrant- for the GEO. F. PARKER, South Florida Counties for the 69 Leltner. Dosler.204'Aultman.. H. O. 140 Chandler P.C. 2!6 Les John i[. : ,: '"
tr *c t jialdJamount; due in With c: L. ' purpose 60 Miller J. W., 206 Bass D. A.. 141 Chandler, G.C. ' =
( sixty: : da's' BANDY; 6f 1ST Lancaster 1. A. Land :
giving them Company
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+ Interest. The Board then ordered C. F. PREVATT a Publicity Campaign 61 TUack. Emil. 206 'Ba... d. F., 142 Chandler. .LL. UI.L&6ktbt4. W 1. ; } .
the
was' filed with the 62 Moore J. C.. 207 .
Board the .
Carson
C. A.. 142 Campbell. Chas.2it 'r:
,' I:derk,to draw Ii warrant Interact B. C. MILLER, object of this proposition was to advertise 62 .Mattocks, J. E.,3OS Cahoon, U H., j 144 Pearce. R. L., 2 f0 Lawson.Lawson F.q. H.B.' 'Math Buudlntv ,;'.

,on $1,000 for lxty: fore E. L. D. counties 64 Mason W. H.. lOll Coiner M. 145 Pearce, W. ;
.,.. 1ft the by meant of moI" a. ill Taylor,0.;, M. HI58IMDIE1w"FLA4''
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May 110 '
(1/ ,. f OVERSTREET.n Chapman, A.C 141 Raulerson, 'C.B.IU Xats M. ? i
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Insure 7 r L_ _About ,People: of.the, 'Times.: I GRINER & SIEVER ' ,

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your Crop"BRADLEY'S" i, Miss Violet, Asquith, daughter'of of been purchased- probably ,will, be REALTY COMPANY '

: - ..:' the! _. British_ .prime!, ; .minister--accomr: 1 xoonu.. Abe:.Jrankv .Chicago-real ---,--- -,--'--- .--- -.- __ ___ ___ ;, _
with panled by Lady Aberdeen, wife of the estate dealer, Is owner of the tract.
viceroy ,of Ireland, had ketarat: Bight] Mme. Bernhardt and Mr. Frank have Prairie Land; Oranlfe'Grovea, High Hammock Land' '

of on American state function, when not, come, to terms on the price;) Mr. Timber Lands. Lands*at all Prices and on Easy Terms.. ' .' '
.
she attended the diplomatic receptionat I Frank demands .$110.000. A compromise ., ". .... '." ''.

the White House Friday nightMl /" will be effected,, according to half
2,000 sae.Stock wilfcxclunf value
<<
Ranch,
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,
.ir Asquith, who with Lady Aberdeen her. representative, Edward Sullivan. .. i
,'for other real estate -:-. -:-, '-:; !*\ :.
I. ''the'cue.t of Ambassador There tare several realo i''why she ,. 1
and'''Mrs.,; James Bryce 'at the:'British" wants, the 'ranch?. One-is"'the admiration 50-acre Orange Grove,t.will trade for' half/' value ,

embassy,was one of. the honor'guests her Bon has'' for outdoor life. lor-other real estate balance easy .
: . ,. payments. >: ==
atthe "According ha'-will
reception- ;Accompanied by -to-her-program,
to use fertilizers are Ambassador and Mrs; Bryce and Lady spend his time alternately between
all Aberdeen, in addition to other members i': managing' her Parisian theater and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I

1 important. First, of the embassy staff, she arrived herding cattle in Colorado. ,_. ,

: decide for what early, and was an I interested.guest in _
you Following _
the executive mansion. attacks which have been ,
--- ---
are. fertilizing and-thenr Miss Asquith, in hearing of those made on them from the pulpit and by

work to that end. around her, expressed delight and admiration newspaper of socialistic tendencies I
because of the lavishness of the
first
at the White House and.; the BOilER LEITNEB'S INSDBIDIGEJI6EJIGTTh .
Second, learn what elaborate function and the display of two of the six balls which Mr. and I

certain formulas are made for and what the English visitors are pleasedto Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury have arranged OldMt and Lwgrat Insurance Ac ncr In OlmoU County .
to give during the' winter at i
term the of the func-
I Democracy FIRE LIFE'ACCIDENT' HEALTH
when to use them. Fertilizers rich in the &lIevue-Stratlord hotel, Phila- .....iOp : as .
tion.Miss the financier and his wife
delphia,
soluble ammonia Asquith and Lady Aberdeen 1
are made for
rapid are alarmed because of the.receipt
were introduced to the President and
growth i, while those' for fruiting are Mrs. Taft by the British ambassador.The by them of fetters threatenlng-thelr C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary I,
lives if they do not. their display
cease r
designed to make the fruit and president and the first' lady of of wealth. .
carry the land welcomed them to ,America, Carson
The Waters .&
it through to maturity. and expressed pleasure at their 'visit It *is reported in the newspapers .

to the White House. that Mr.\and Mrs. Stotesbury spent I .
$500,000 on'the first of these gorgeo'us'entertainments.
BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERSare Miss Asquith wore a striking: cos- /
tume of white satin, with a pointed' Grocery CompanyWholesale

surplice body. Lady Aberdeen worea I There were only two peerages
so balanced as to supply the early plant food dress of green satin, and a diamond I among the New Year's honor.'granted -

for stalk and foliage at the proper time, and laterto tiara. by. King George, which were announced and Retail Dealers In
furnish the Miss Asquith and Lady Aberdeenwere .recently.
proper proportions of phosphoric acid -
I'' and potash to mature the fruit and improve its 'formally introduced to Wash- Those elevated to the peerage are GROCERIES '
quality. ington society yesterday afternoon at Colonel Sir George Syndenham Clarke
a tea at the British embassy.A and Lieutenant Colonel Sir George

I: Write us today for booklet, mailed free. formal dinner will be given in Kemp. o

their honor at the embassy. Mrs. Sir Edward Morris, of St. Johns, 04000000000000000 040x00000000******
The American Agricultural Chemical Cou, Henry Dirnoch also will give a dinnerin Newfoundland, and Sir James Whit- a 000 >',
Jacksonville their honor. Ex WE SELL: 000 *, WE BUY: *.' '
SaUs
Department. Washington ney, of Toronto, Ontario, were made
0 HAY, 0 i *
P. O. Box 216 Jacksonville, Florida. change. knight commanders of St. Michael and 0 HIDES, 0' .
St. George. < GRAIN, 000 *
Mrs. Frank W. Page, of the fashionable -I Among the knights were included .. 000 FURS, *

Back Bay district of Boston! Jwho John StephenWollison, a journalistof 0 FERTILIZERS < -- *- -
- 0 --- -- 0WOOL, *
last May suggested buttons to Toronto; Auguste Real Angers, of 000 SHINGLES, *
distinguish bachelors from marriedmen Montreal, and Francis Darwin, a son 000 000 ,
and buttons to show whether a of the late Charles Darwin. 000 ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND '. *
STATE BANI OF I ISSIMMEE 000' '* ..
; woman is maid, wife, widow or divorcee The Earl of Desart former solicitor '
000 ORANGE WRAPS 000 AL . 'n
recently held a symposium on the of the treasury, and Sir John Alle- 000 000 ,
Oldest BanK in Osceola County 'High Cost of Dying." brook Simon, the solicitor general, 000 VEGETABLE 'CRATES, 4 000' COUNTRY *
A feature was an address by Frederick were made privy councilors. 000 *

Depository Forl'U"'IoU L. Briggs, who issues permitsto Vice Admiral Sir Percy Scott, inspector 0O CRATE NAILS <000 ** PRODUCE. ** P

:. MTATK GOVERNMENT STATIC OF FLORIDA.CfcUNTY POSTAL. SAVINKN FtNUli. undertakers and. embalmers to do of target practice, received _a 00000000000000000 *** *** ** ** ****'.**
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OF OSCKOLA CITY OK KISSIMMEK.pilal \ business. baronetcy.'The .
Professor Perino, of Berlin, and men liberal government has been
We sell field and seeds of all kinds. ?
garden
Stock Fully Paid ._2$50.000.00 and in
women prominent Boston were criticised for
so sharply having pre- "
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and .
.iSurplus ___ ____________ 30.000.00 campingparties.
: _------- present. viously inflated the peerage, while pro- Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. 3i
F Stockholder. Liability ._ 50.000.00 "We all die. It is the universalend fessing to be extremely democratic, We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and

Depositors Security -._.130000.00 but you can be buried as cheaplyas that it..caused no surprise that only prices on fertilizers..

INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. you wish. It's just the same as two additions were made to-the list.

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR having a wedding or reception; you '. .
RENT.C. M 111 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I 1111 I 11 H 11 I IIII M I
may spend as much as you want, Misunderstanding:
A. Carton, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B. Carson, said'Mr. Brigga."Sometimes Elihu Root, at the chamber of Commerce D. JSTOING 1
President. Vie President, Znd Vie Pre.t. Cashier '
administrators have refused dinner in New York, said:
to pay funeral bills and the "There are 'hun reds of thousandsof ; EVERY;: THURSDAY ;EVENING ,AT .1 fi fi.FIRE

judge has referred to me to see people outside the great industrial ATJT ; .
whether the bills were extortionate.I communities.who think the chamberof , EEN'S' Ti -" ,,I" '1":1
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always fold down the top of the'billso commerce 'a den of .theiyes, :who 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n i i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii l'"J iI:''lj fj" '

that I shall not know who' the think. that manufacturers of; .V"-:,. i'\i,
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT ) the ,". .. .I';t.-.'",: .'
undertaker wasand then I say that country are'.no better,than 'a',set .of ,.f..' ,,' .1/;
my motto is 'Don't take all the insurance confidence'men., :" .. ""t
INSURANCE Yes Best CompaniesWhy '
money. Discussing this regrettable misunderstanding -
"In one case I found the person who afterward, Mr. Root FINE INVESTMENT -
had died was a dear old lady in the smiled and said: y .
not the same good judgment in buying .
ue North End, who had saved up for "It is a misunderstanding that will

Insurance that you do in' buying good fir\ your years in order to have 'grand funeral. come right in the end; but just now, BUY NOW, SELL THIS WINTER

tore or clothes for your family 7 .' The number of hacks Is a mat- if a rich man ventured to say to'a '
AT A LARGE INCREASE
: :.
ter of pride to these people.'A 'I believe in
--- - great poor man, putting by
grand funeral' was the height of something for a rainy day,' the poor I !

ARTHUR E, DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCY the old lady's ambition." man would sneer bitterly and" ,reply: The far-* ehted sad wise people... buying Real Estate NOW. \ _

Mrs. Smith asked: "What about the Yes, that's why me and my We offer' as an investment the following list of property, to be sold '

D. G. WAGNER, Manager high cost of dying?" friends lose so many umbrellas.' as a whole, at about two-thirds Its actual value. and on easy terms

"I don't know." A clear conscience isn't enough to of payment.: The improved property. Included In the list bring a "
"Is there an undertaker's trust?
rental of $69.00 month.
quit one of debt. per
"I don't know. < '

"I do," said Mrs. Smith. I have One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on, ,
brick paved street, renting for $20.00 month. This '
had a report on it. per property
'E.tabll8bed. t IflfiA Rcf........: Your Banker "Look me in the face, dear lady," STAY ON YOUR FEET easily worth $2,500.00.Fiveroom .q ;

J. S. STANTON & CO. said Mr. I '
.
Briggs. am no George and bath .
modern In
,
cottage nearly new, e.el'7wa,,
Taking Calomel Means Home
Staying
WHOLESALE. PRODUCE Washington, but nobody can. do any on large lot, fronting on brick paved. street, renting for $10.00 per .
OOsil.l.a.a7 MEMPHIS. TENN. in this for the Day: -Take Dodson's Liver .
undertaking
or embalming
month. Would be cheap at
A riOIALTYIIIHIIIIMH 180000.
Tone and Save a Day's Work.If .
OranS'e. a-rstpefrvtlt: V.getabl.. state without a certificate from me.
.
"What is your lowest price for a Five-room cottage, on large lot fro'ntlng on brick paved street, ., .'
slttC. funeral" an attack constipation or biliousness has. water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month. This

. "Three dollars for a coffin, $3 for hits you, there's no need to property if purchased,separately. would cost, $1,250.00. ,
-M- the trip to the cemetery, 16 cents for take a dose of calomel and spend at I
A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER. the plate-when the city for the. least a day getting over the effects of Four-room cottage, located on !large lot, fronting on brick ,
Pmldtnt. YIce-President.. Secretary burial." pays ... it. Kissimmee Drug Go. sells the pared street, renting for $10.00 per mont Easily worth $900.00.

Mr. Briggs was about to go, but liver tonic, Dodson's Liver Tone, that Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth i
Mr. Page persuaded him to stay and takes the place of calomel and startsa $800.00. a

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. : give an address on "How to Die in the lazy liver without any bad after Ifl
Days of the High Cost of Dying" effects. One cottage rented, to colored people, renting for $5.00 per r
I II Not a word was said in referenceto Dodson'a Liver Tone does all the month. Worth $500.00. ,

.. the fact that the place where the good that that calomel ever did, yet it I One-half interest in 144 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00

Rough and, Dressed s. meeting was held is a big apartment is absolutely harmless to young peo- now and values are gradually. increasing.Two .
house largely occupied by expensive ple and old. It is a pleasant-tasting ,
physicians and specialists whose bills vegetable liquid that will relieve con- ; close in resident lots worth $500.00 each. '

PINE LUMBERHOUSE must sometimes be included in the stipation or sour stomach or other Investigate, and you will find that all of .the above. are good r(
troubles that along with a lazy
go
high cost of dying. properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell everything f
liver with restriction of habit diet.
,
The meeting postponed forming a or in the above schedule for the sum- of $9,300.00. The person :>
You don't leave off of the \
any things
cheaper burial league. buying: now will reap large profit ,
you regularly do when you take Dod- ,fe
BILLS A SPECIALTY
I Mme. Sarah Bernhardt has "turned son's Liver Tone. We also have. two well l H'aled business lots en Broadway, in

down" Mrs. Harold. McCormick, of The Kissimmee Drug Co. sells Dod- very. best part of the businesa. district, which we are offering for t

1'11111111111 i-HH-' II I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I Chicago,who offered "any sum" It she son's Liver Tone and gives it a strong $5,250.00. "

would appear at a society entertain- personal guarantee. They say, "A Z
ment to be given at the Congress ho- large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone We will be pleased to have you caU and see these properties..

.. ROYAL PALMS NURSERIES tel January 31. The madame could sells for 60 cents, and we will hand ...
ONE CO FLORIDA not be engaged because she is under any person 'back his 50 cents I H he
Most extensive collection of nursery stock in Florida or the Gulf re. contract to pay in Portland that tries a bottle and* doesn't say that.Jt$ H., M. BREAKER & COMPANY g
Clon .,for distribution. Ask.for copy of our splendid new cat.lo."hleh .
now ready
night. does all that and
calomel ever does
and descriptiona etc.
is replete with planting information gn
1 Fruit trees, decorative. plants, ornamental shrubs, etc. from. all over. the The actress, by cable, informed her does it pleasantly Get the genuine "
" rld result of our extensive Importations and experiments for the past son, Maurice Bernhardt, manager of Dodson's Liver Tone arid and If you N

.zt years. her theater in Paris, that she plansto are not pleased with it we. will, &i -.. 1 .-.-- ---- ,
. Write
rules.4n! catalogue.
business
See .peelareaa" discounts under give him a 1,500-acre ranch near your money back with a smile.* For quick returns and best,results-

?BDASONEB BROS. ONECO, FLA. Colorado Springs. The ranch baa not I .' Adv... Use. the "Want" columns. in the Gazette. "

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....1.. ' ", tancy th, approval of every one in HEARD I IN KISSIMMS .-, ..

.' PERFECT DRAINAGE the, city ,and. ,countyT, It. should be.looked I r .Get'the' '

I; NUWAY PRESSING CLUB I upbn.ai.a vital necessity.. The III !:
Bad Back Made Strong-Kidney *
'GOOD citizen and farmer without an Inter. *

",: ' ajdJAILOR! I SHOP) ROADS SECRET; est in good roads fa'in the same boat -Corrected., ,Boone's Florid..

."" 'iwjth' the man without! patrlotism, and -
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FINE TAILORING : 't All Klssimmee heai' It. Made in "* '
: [ is an undesirable citizen "With good over you :""'

'.. AND REPAIRING'' QUESTION IS ABLY DISCUSSED : roads it should] not cost over 7 to 8Jccnts Doun's Kidney Filla are keeping vp The Cigar with ; > r.

. ._ .. ,OF ALL: KINDS. pelf ton. a mile; Ordinary roads the good work, curing .weak kidneys, Box
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",TIT cosf'at,1cast,:)' ntl i 1' ton.. 'dr'Vngoawaybaclfa.hoj'1Orrecting.urinary! ; 'Look for- -

Work,7' Called. For and Delivered' BY FOKMEK CITIZEN-OP OSCE- i' mile.. Note the difference and l>e- ills. Klgslmmee people are t 63

PHONE 61 OLA NOW nESII>ING. IN BOSTON 'I come a good 'roads booster.If telling abodt it-telling of bad backs ... s

FRANK DUKE, Proprietor you cannot build brick or mac made sound ugain. You c'an believe
BUT WHO IS STILL INTEKESTED
M 111111 i 1111 m n i 111 adam roads, let them come later but the testimony of your own towns T T. :
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IN SECTION..The GHJIYSTOJIE
tell it for the benefit of
get interested in roads Fair roads people They I .

can be built that will be atlractive you who are suffering. If your backaches '

following interesting article on and jrivTf good service .aU tjie year if if you feel lame, sore and miserable : LADIES' AND KIUIII.Bali ;

the subject .of good' roads comes from properly built, and by that I mean im- if the kidneys act too frequently I Made I 1< ,

c. W. GRIFFIN I S. V. Goddcn, a civil engineer of reputation prove the present roads. Have levels or passages are painful, I ,

who was identified with- the j ruft over all roads to be I improved scanty and IT olor..uBe Doan's_' :id- al J ,.

Staple and FancyGROCERIES I St. Cloud colony in its infanc '. from records make profiles and psti.// ney rills'!, the remedy that has helped Cleaning and R

Editor Gazette; : mate and fills and cuts, a- ' so many of your friends aifd neigh I

I have been reading- with interest ,,10 make the most practical n" ,.d. The bors. Follow this Kissimmeo citizen's I 274

I the agitation pow going on in the one running the levels shou'' I In- (com advice and give Doan's a chance to do I I

matter of good road! This is an important ,"'tl'ntrail road surveyor .f possible the same for )'ou. Sprigg I Fie

factor in the building up 'of a'''I -. to insure the very important detail, J. 11. Harris, carpenter and contractor I

Free Delivery to all Parts city, and particularly to the farmer I I so essential in :ood 1 road l>>nding! I j Kissimmeo, Kla., says: "I | Ii.

i and to the relief of the consumer. I such of ,mad bed have no hesitation in recommending J .
of the ; as perfect drainage
City111111111i1111111
I II l>oan's.Kidney Pills for 1 know from j
: | The consideration of good roads brings under any condition of we"1 h"!'. To past experience that they act just as j

i up naturally the necessary excess tux. 1 note where all sluice ways ure "re'quil'-| I represented. Off and on for live years i ii I FOR

I This should t-to fa minimum con.id..r... I ,1,4 1,1 K.kui'if.wt rnmu: nnint for Inp.Tcu lint-., taken. this. remedy for mv kidi .
u > ,. '
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n 111 iii ; I '" i ; few doses have always I .
tion )eYlland a j
I as tlie great improvement thatco I verts, open culvuils and ..11"" sufliciciit I brought relief. This preparation is II I Iworthy :. A murk. F&A

me it from good roads! in the way of irrade to cany off all wilierjuickly. of a trial. I I

i : J. G. HOWARD I enlarged busines.i to the mcichant, () The/ frrc-at secret "f >r<>o
I j hotel, boarding house, and u greater 'niakiiiR. is perfect drumaffc" / cent.FosterMilburn] : Co., Buffalo/ / I

I | demand for home products and a whc-thor surface or undei >und.I :
JPaper Hanger and Painter rn New York sole agents for the United Satisfaction (
I strong incentive to the whatever I ,
grower I With kucli: protection a JHMII- road States.Remember. .
I distance he may be a waV..Il.- \\"UI'! well. Consequently ii t la' tO-1 m.
'is pos.silili' the name- >oall'l-und I
Work Guaranteed I ing for a town to enlarge ;iti pojiu-- I . : : m.
LuildinC roads
in VcpairinK
u'
: take other.
no
If thinking of having done lation is"an entirely wrong and foolish to make a jt'"od.arin!:,, |>iacticulrnuii l-i.'t:! r.n..A. Jun o. Iri:30p.
any : I
idea. How much quicker >uch population \\ith material , that '
( convenient\

please notify me through the P. 0. .: will exist if they know good will answet the pmpose for 'he time from' tho =North is gttilln'ad- ', to j jliuild I J Real ( : i I ]

roads are assured 1 wish to
J. G. HOWARD I quote ne<-e--ai.\' fur, a 11:1:' "" I nil: cit\\ 'to Ret! modern' resilience Chris-.
: from my letter! to the iu- a on i f................... I
42-41 |>dM previous on it f'd t so av to /In- in po ition" to tian: Hidge. :\'1''a,..! has some land '
I I I i I I II I I I i I I Ml II I I I :j zette on good roads "The piolit Ihul 'liuilii a iirick, or macadam n>:i
good roads would pay the farmers 01' Neither and or cl.iy aloi.e will :Mrs. :M. K. 1'inri-sh has just ai-i': '{ Houses

+++++++++++++++++++++++++ the country weie all farm lands on male a dcsiraliliroad :Marl would belii'tter. rived from Chi' N'oith to .spend,; thi1
+ the J line of impioved mghv >t.\: nulilj Such a load with 'puiperIi wIntelsith, lie'i MID. :Mr. C. A ..'r.....;I ,i ii j !fled for ( ; : of teeth

THE RAY STONE i j amount to the enormou' total ..( ( innate \\oulil lie. ncilher, nimMy, nor" i II-h. of tin1 (I'axenpoil' Naval Stores i J Fire. Life and

'*' G j $:{<>(0,000ffJO) ()() ()( ) a yeai. Think of it! The ilu,ty, if it is ,propirl.ilra ri'M with ( '". ,,,. surance.. J ) / ;

: cost -transportation. to the :':.111 .l'" I1 .| Indemnity
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a "kinjr roaii dial r"after Ii
cu lain: :Mr. and :\1.\1. : l II. Mood of Akron. ,
arm AU THE TEM $ is very inipoi, dint. Jt it eniim i.-d Koails should he. huilt fot, ,people! j'- .
Ohio, arc spend, 'mi. ; their/ winter inDavenpoil. - -- I ARM ACY

2.60 to 3.50 per day. 7 1 thai the ,'o..t to the farmers of the who have to u>e them '!'"., da.s- out of They.. 0" n"m..' prop'' ........ ; / : : ) ) 12.-tK Noon

Special by week or month. :J:: I United Status in marketing' faim I products the \cai' ,lathc'r, than those MH| take eit 1 I > line, and Kill piohal l InjiM a 6:00: :)( P. M.
is about SMMI.IMIO.OIM() annually.i an oecavional, fl\niLr till) ov.'i, them ;
home, latei I I1
H. W. TNURMAH, "rrtp H. P. PORTER. Up, :$:: Tin.chaigu I is a de.IIlload cairied hyttie on.I
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+ i in a ptoior tai Koatl: hui <0I"1' is I :.MiN, WVaii "I'M, a noted woiTiiin DR V/M C'KAWrOI
++++++++++++++++++ farmers. It like fertili'/ei
+++++++ I is not a liK iharit.v*. It should hejfin al! holnr
,
tin W f". T. t'. movement in I litN'oitli WI-'OHD
i bill. If you spend $1,200: It DII ,
-- jt-ai Mini t should I lie-in I I'.v'
1"11"0\| injr : : , I- spending, the \\intei, t at Ihe,
fertilizers! you may expect to get it ,c\ci\' clut ir gravel mail in ,tin',, '
< < mint. ,
]Ha\"III"| oi I hotel.( :She i I' ai i ompamedliy ' ,
W. L. back in increased' crops." t.\ up to 1 its[ utmost limit, In ,liti, liini;, b 1l OIAI
m" DDZOR :MiJIurr: "IM 'intimate' t frti'inl" llullillnc'
The fa..merho hauls) his products, ;g" ad"Ig', 11.I"n] and d'aIKlnl r. 'Ihorou / (_H/JNIG Ol "Florid

; ten miles to market gets no mole for -h drainage, laisinj: grades in low 1 1\\11 (OLII IIO MS.= . 4 I' '. t X

it than the man who hauls live miles. j places. I'.v' dljJII1gdown hills and The :Neu: War, nlisi. i vutio'is' ol ..loph I ;);
There is very little connection between I litnlihnr/ sulituntial KI"> //
liriilifes >
\en oermall <<< J //11111'
( I'aniiv: of -, \v h > i 7iyems ">
thfe cost to Ihe farmer of ..nmrkeling ciecks. Koail ,c'l JJC. r '" /'''"OA
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] imprus cmonts old ami :: :MoonCullnm., (
Shelhy .
Real Estate lf f fC ( t V J/*' ; W
his crop and what he gets for hould he planned- civil; I
untfineerh, 'of
lllinoi.s. who i I- s't:, anpui>li 11<'.1 in
it. To realize what is due the fari
ami
county commissioners, .lu-t reineml \Va-hinjrton HetaM/ :Says "CnrleJoe" ( ",, .../.60 ,
i I mer or producer transportation i >er that ffood roads mean that ; .
I : :
I charges must be reduced to the mini- deliver ( I|
;yoU can a least double/ the 'SoiiH food lil'othi-r" nili/ht think 1- I
mum. One principal to do this of truck I .
KISSIMHEE I way amount on each load If
FLORIDA.8ULLOCK you thut the
lu"-t
: i 1t.'solution" one can make 'l
is, to make your hauling easier be 'are ten miles Fruit and '
f I' away you saone tupof i 1- ne\n" to take another' / diink oj tosmoke : FL4.
I able to haul heavier loads, and to :'M miles and keep )hursein, ,I
"
you We have five and
,
anolhei
> i'Ia' aii"l neier (t.. 'look
haul more rapidly. You cannot feed I Letter condition.S. Liberty Park, the :;p cialy.
at a pii'tty. 'I 1"r
woijianhile another
S "' your stock less; you cannot drive I I V. GODUKN, C. K., manmijrlit : burban property on .tax s of
think like oui (food (;German .
your animals faster; you cannot load : 15: Milk Street, 11'1/Licultul'i"t. wo are offering for I
..
.\ brothers. that a .stein of beer is made at prices that are i
your wagons heavier on the present Room (>(02: Boston, Mass. will
to drink a pretty Kir'' to l he loved and be plcaied to
roads. The only thing that remains
j' * < * a good cigar to be smoked. prospective /! <
.. REAL ESTATE is to improve your roads_, Note the ]J.> Do not fail to see this
1'1.I. f, r ........................ following:-. DAVENPORT. .> I purchasing, as it has
Year is that I won't smoke than of being close in and
more
Co
"" A farmer of a certain in the
: INSURANCEExamination county
.,' .. one cigar at a time, and I won't drink paved road in the
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.14. \., / "j South kept a record of hia hauling to'and {I' to the city, school
is
more than good for me. As to the FLORIQ.
Titles' from (he 'market town for one.,. The South Florida Nursery Co. are acre tracts $250 and

of a) year. He-made 120 trips and rated I preparing seed beds for planting 500- girls I don't-well suppose, at my is time of .life-*er, 2Hf. II. M. ; WAUA,
I it for ,
i them at $2 a trip, figuring on the market 000 trees. This i i.s a new industry necessary me u.*

Specialty.Corresoondence 'I price for labor and team. By < just opening up in Davenport. to women make any resolutions about. fair I I|I -HiI Bargain in I : ; C urt

.. | doubling his load he could therefore The large new residence of (.,'n. I i|I Splendid new -

Solicited. I save $1UO a year el'alIanal'r: ( (C FWinf-i is about "I wish for all the people that they I I Iwill I inside city limits, tin j ji : : .
,
lie ,,
happy and contains
well and two
i acres
It is seen at once thai if ue can completed and! :Mr. Farmer's family courageou.s. 1 i i
-- -- -. God; can give them the health : new burn, wagon :
Pte.1
and
i cut transportatio'n charges in half is expected to umve noon and take They will )he happy if live honorably i I and all under good ]| l I I Florida KaU of
for the farmer a very large sum annually up their residcnie/ here.Mr. they location for small i Commcrc

,J,. ,\T. Thompson I ) will be reserved to the farmer, i' : William Jl. (;ioctling! propucloiof \ ) .and" put forth the'ir best endeavors. I sition poultry where ranch. This will. :| | FLA
one /
and all this means the growth and the Khxm .sleum laundix I, of Klifin, dpm of the f 14 1 IT
"Let
counlry,
FUNERAL every man live so that he can I Ifaee
DIRECTOR ;
. i prosperity of the town or city and 111,., I i.- a visitor at I )eiiport' [ :.Mr.joelting the. world lo enjoy all the I (
without
fear. of
and the elihanced value of the farm and ( is mli-icsted, in 'the dexelopment anythniK city such as splendid / l

LICENSED EMBALMER 1 the increased wealth of the owner, of a groxc heie.Mr. on earth or m Heaven." I murkels (churches et. ( ; ( AT LAW

and all due to the road : ; Says "Uncle Shelby": :I| 24-tf H. :M. H ..
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F. .
Opposite CourthouHi* improvement. A. Laliinan.. ol' lli, -st..l.. "" .",.. .un'. ...."..'... ....:. ..........L:_ ._ .
1 "' .. "" I
is
H then
'IUI' .Y""K I
largely to the increasevalue ,. I uidife wok"f AiiiiaxMii',, III,., I i.s
I and I'm too old to take .Modern Up: lo "
KIS-SIMMKE, KL.OIUUA of on anything I Broadway
your holdings that .should now In I
you Iavjnp'"it looking' aftel the No. | .
now. I don't do | 4 that
j look for the financial benefit of jjooil cultiNatiun of his jfnne.Mr. lea.sl any wrong- IN, i six-room cottage, I

. roads It is in that diiection thai : II. K. Hriner, of Titu-ville, I'a., ,' at About that I am going to quit. I and cold water, (' i,| .. WOOIIMAI.
I the all I do in eat mince pie and ful expensive
large langible profits !lie. a 'larjje oil well owiu-r' and 'I manlcl.s
opel'aLol''ho , plum pudding, and I expect to keep it nice rugs. House | J
Improved roads
Tested and Proved Good mean something \\ purchased Ihe J. K. Houen prove, I i 1 up. I I ready for occupancy !
more than this financial benefit, for has arrived in
iJaienporl: with his "I ; 147V4 feet, on which :
Freshness well they incroa.se the educational advantages family to take i don't smoke. I don't drink and : ing trees. ::;
as as highjgrade! quality. up his winter re.si-i I don't chew, and I to bed i orange
Call for what you want in the uplift and extend social life, deuce here. '' -something like Lincoln.go early and a half Mocks of FIori''
and widen the "Uncle | on beautiful! :Verona "
GROCERY.LINE religious opportunities' Mr. Aflam Schoebeilin, manufac- Joe" and "Uncl Shelby"al'e '
uesi
j
possible in j two dear old boys who have lej neighborhood l :
a rural community. turer of the famous s, hasherlin tern- us show you this

Farmers are everywhere awake to Noodle of Aurora Ills. I I perate lives without being nhHt..m.ious Terms on part of '(
I is now in and who are
young no matter
'the benefits of school privileges for Davenport what the I 24-lf II. M.
looking after his orangejfrove calendar says. If all of u.s
their children, and they should seethe inlereBts here.Mr. 'II could tamper with temptation a.s successfully l Finano-
connection between : and live to be 7fi or 81' } with : No. 464.-11 ( *. Tlm-
good roads I. J.
Goldsmith and wife of Aurora j IOl.-(
out inK ; ;: ::: c.
lo '
an I good schools. suffering any ill effects from our see an > : : : O -..
III., are visiting Davenport now moderate indulgence, there would bero I big' qihck money .... FL*.
I I Any movement that means improved and V. Year able to take ,
attending to the cultivation of I w resolutions. And how hold of i-J

roads should have without hehiDON'T i! his orano-e irrove hprR. Mr.. Goldsmith__ ____n.. _.. rtiUch less misery nr.fi noverty tnre" I I buy all the good things j .
I would be in the world! are willing to
f,; I i is connected with the Chicago Telephone our friends. Here's pass I . ..

4>i Co.There i 113 acres all 1 I

BE DISAGREEABLE I is a movement on foot now :%0'IK K.Notice sale in five an Slatted I : : '

1'1' to install an ice plant at this place in nuul HUtonx.MI In h..r. h\!II""H.! 1 Kl\n' tux that In Hi.. .It.... ted within 1i' miles of '!
iinei-ola depot ort and in
the near future. ( ''UlIlv. Florida, for th". <
.M.JIIM I'M 2.
I U "aM ilin- and .. :, the best hard road in
imvaMiMet .
$ Mr. H. E. Bales and wife and 'IM l IUI2. I ; ETC.
of Aurora, iinlcHH the mini.' In paid on or I I" We are offering the ,
111., are stopping fore FVhv Int. JM3.!' .lij .uin at .
at the
IM-IHIOI a
or
!I, You Can Prevent It If You Will. Davenport I pemoiiH. n rin or eorpoiaii..ii, i very attractive I
'" DIBBLE & hotel and are looking: over the land automobiles,, whether, for hire, iwiilnu or r"r'( ther expense .necessary .oOo
SON
r I I | THi>rml' UM" Hh..11 I IIP the market in
Why be lnve Killttv I small
\. 1 a lo your feellngi. and in this section. Mr. Bales! holds a anI of a mixilemeiiniir. .. isS.
make upon eonvli t Ion
youraelf dlaagreeable to ''h.. Mhall 24-tf H. M.
friends. your position with the Lyon punlHhed. liv n (In.- This lAw will .
'j i They are not responsible for Mff.( Co., of he nforced Btrlclly Hfler '
'&) I I your trouble, nor Is It Ihelr fault that ,: his city. i 1M.I! : "I'liMiicnt, .f IhlH II''H., Jan. tax sinil 3lat., I ;
: you suffer dally from the terrible pains I"mad.. to t Ui,. roiniu. t tux coll Farm for I ILocat..d
t Get the Habit i which are produced by rheumatism, | Mrs. Frank M. Darker of Wil- :! L "","!" '"' wll' funiiHli nuplleaiil.lor. C'
i i You have the name- body to-day that metle, 111., is visiting Davenport. Mrs. I with full (fclnllxM on good S
I
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you had yesterday but i I' OF SMOKING A not tha sama i Harker's.nusband has I city limits, j >
I'ounty
. '. REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" ambition nor the same disposition. I,| a valuable piece I'roaecutliiK Attorney. celled house, large
, That's of I
ber&use you have not taken property near here. | 4-2t acres land
1 twelve
Taylor's. of
Best
Blood
Come to our store and Medicine net a bottle I Mr.'s. W. Lackey of Stanton, Neb, . tivated, sixty young i

to- rheumatic pains to your satisfaction I is preparing> lo build a fine modern 1 tilth day. of fo't'hruny. that on th> trees, some plum and ,
1913.
Sold at all store who want take the bottle back and get your apply 1 by ftllnK a.pflltlon to the WH Hon-nhall good family horse, )I
bungalow in .
the best for their customers I r money.Price town and will hereafter j I 7th.ral.I V' .J"m f Jl.OO the I Judicial
bottle. C'lrcult
make this his permanent residence. /I of Oarpola Coun- ens, ten head cattle ''
Look tor Union Label. Vnur own flruvu-iKt r -,'u"'m."d.. and I ty. Klorl.lu. to a lopt a female child of I and !
( Mr. .Frank Ward tender to
sary cultivate
jruarant Ta> lor's Best Blood Medlcliius who with his yeaia. place. Offlct:
ask him about It.flHBJfHWtflpw. wife recently arrived in ARTHUR MORRIS. J at '2,500. Write us
Davenport 3tpd S. Ct.
MAUDE B. MORRIS. j 36-tf II. M. ; ,. r;.

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of,,the: governor's'. )Ian,, : "

r A DSOMEiGOWNS$ t i I Trammell, ,white ;
I I whit:satin, drapery of :

,AT INAUGURAL BALL r and phires jewel,.'American trimmings, ,: ::H. M. BREAKER & CO.

Mrs* Walter.:, S. Jenkins 0 :,
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ville, 'yellowcharmeuse' : 1 1'I EG TO-- ANNOUNCE" TO THEIR FRIENDS that they bare moved.

_ wfl-__ ; _ _ IlDIESIN RECEIVING LINEWERE ''I beau and drapery of, B across ths street into' the D'W Wearing Bailclia,., Wo will "
net pearls white roses.Mrs.J. be pleased to have visit hi
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you as oar .ew'quarters '
i ; .. Taylor; Park of : -, td g.

SMARTLY. ender charmeuse. with
AS ARRAYEDAS .
o WE ARE LISTING BARGAINS EVERYDAY
4 sib tl,rMt ta lace drapery, ? .

6Z M :THOSE WHO ATTEND; o diamonds,' Palma' violets. ,Consult our list, and should yon' fail to find ,therein the loss ,

WHITE HOUSE.FUNCTIONS: Mrs. D", B.; Fudge, of of property :you require J call on or write.at and we will take pleasure. w
- 14 ? k14 I r OF :SIMIL KIND" Ga., blue crepe'' de chine, in looking. up'suck property as you desire. ;

mings diamonds, red ,, ,

Mrs:, Griffin Park! ,_ e ; YOU CANNOT MAKE A MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY-FLORIDA '

UM "For many; ;years Inauguration time Ala.rose,trimmings white lace, amethysts over LAND .WELL LOCATED.. ,, ,'. ,

has been a red fetter day; In'social cir ; When advertised a. eu, '
larney, roses. you see any property by yon rest ..-

cles.Tallahassee.as well as. -in Last the,week official has circlesat beenno The costumes worn by; used that it is not Low, Flat Land 'subject to overflow. Wo do not '

exception to ,the rule; but has witnessed dies of Mrs. Trammell's, list that kind of property, neither. we offer.it for,tale. ,
Mrs. L M.
were:
the most brilliant social func- ? ,"!J.

tions in the history; of Florida' picturesque :yellow charmeuse, ., .' i
caded crepe, gold lace ', '.
ORANGE GROVES. ,
M and capital city. "
1 romantic ; white carnations.Mrs. ,
The crowning events of the social W. Graham Wo have some of the best Orange Groves in, Osceola County listed sritb' ," ,:

activities during inauguration week blue charmeuse, beaded follows: One twenty-five acre oDe fifteen ? twelve .
grove, acre grove, one ,
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are the reception and ball on the "
evening of inauguration day. These maribeau trimming, pink grove' one ten acre grove' ; two three acre groves' and one two aero crape h

events were a fitting culmination of Miss Emma Trammell, grove.' .All of these are first.class groves' which can'be' purchased nf
brocade
the imposing and brilliant ceremonies pink crepe prices and terms. Wo will introduce '
dress of embroidered on easy you to tbe owners J
inducting into the office of chief -" ,
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magistrate deal direct with them. -
trimmings, pink you \
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of the state Hon. Park Tram- '
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Little Wilma Jenkins .
mell,.the ;youngest and destined jo beFlorida's little frock 301-An' attractive home In No. 429-Large lot on whlch'fs'' located , ).. j '',
of
dainty
most popular governor. This property .is just out one seven-room and one three- .:, "a
Society all over Florida will feel a chine with' lace and of city limits, on high ground. room house. Largo house,is lighted ; ,; r
Mrs. Joe B. Johnson, is two-story and contains eight with electricity; has toilet and kitchen ,':
keen interest in learning that the recent , ported robe of chiffon, I I all plastered and hard oil fin I sink, small house also bas sink ,and.toilet "1' },

Inaugural reception and ball were gold and lavender chen porches, fine well and large I. We will sell .this property as i, "j;}
truly most brilliant affairs and so- I This house is located on a five- I a whole or separately.; This property 1 1"
r ciety people who have resided here charmeuse, serguin tract, with beautiful view of the'I is well located.wI11 pay 10 per cent., ,#
w for and who have witnessed cinths. : ; lake. Land is adapted to cit nn investment if: rented. Price of both
years Mrs. ,J. Fred and trucking. This prop- houses, $2,600. ;r- ,
many inaugurations pronounce this can be had for $3,300
on very :
one the most brilliant of them all. white duchess satin, terms.' Will introduce cus No. 484-Fine tract of 40 acres, just t' d

The gowns to be seen were handsome black chiffon and pearl to owner and let them deal di.' short distance beyond; city limits onShingle 'J. ;
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pink Killamey roses. Creek road. Close to splendid .
creations of great beauty and school churches and''market. "
Other ladies in the high "
charming taste. They were quite 809-Splendid' new six-room 30 per acre. Terms on part If,
EAST COURT. PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL equal to those seen at the WhiteHouse were mosthandsomely; just inside city limits, fine deep desire ,
ingly dressed and the lot contains two acres of ground: t,
EXPOSITION. receptions in our national cap- barn No.. 473.-We have two eight-room .:' i +
tumes of the ladies, with new wagon and b "
ital.Chief tional black of the all under good new fence. tine houses', suitable for rooming or boarding :, t
of interest were those worn for small truck garden or purpose's; thehave electric lights ,,''
E1 TB great East Oonrt at tbe Panama-Paelee'Interoadonal ,Exposition a most pleasing vision .
water and connections located
ranch. sewer
This is
by Mrs. Trammell, who is now the a fine prop- ; -
Is designed ror pageantry .urpa.i"log the ramous Durbarof "first lady of the state," and her crowds who paid respects where you will have the free- in splendid resident section. Call onus
India. It will constitute a suitable setting for oriental or governor, his wife and of the country, yet close enough and we will show them to you. The
modern drama upon a colossal scale. From a bilge staircase or guests for the occasion-some 'of the state officials and all the advantages of the prices are reasonable, terms easy.

m the tops of Its encircling walls tbe visitor to this "Court of Jojbsnes whom were in the receiving line with formed the line. such as splendid high school, best
*" will be enabled to wltnens tbe pageants that will be II feature her and Governor Trammell. -Thosein receiving ., churches_ etc. _Price 31,60 No.' 381.., A20 aere.tract-loos
The wife..oL1.he new marl road, two miles from depot on
the exposition Tbe main tower of the court will\ contain agreut pipe _thfigovernor's personal-party-! 458.=Ten acres adjoining city Cloud
most clever, talented and St. road. Property; has good .
gas; with echo organs In the smaller towers: within the renter of the assisted in receiving were the follow- on the Orlando hard: road. Land house and three-acre in I 1 "
orange grove
l>art will lie a basin containing groupings of classic statuary dancing ing: Governor Park Trammell, Mrs. lady, and certainly a fenced and ready for the bearing. This grove will yield from
area, fauns, satyrs and nymphs Electric sclntlllators will play upon Trammell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. hostess. Society at the The elevation is high suitable 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges' each ./

buntalns at night Tropical sbruba and Bowers will contrast with tbe Jenkins, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Taylor be all that one could fruits and trucking, This year. Sufficient land cleared and in ,_
Center effwet of the < Park, Tampa; Hon. Worth W. Tram- purposes, as the city; is ex
fifteen acres, and at same time
can
architecture the East Court which will lie tbe main the governor's mansion.
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among group mell of Pensacola, Mrs. B. D. Fudgeof rapidly.; A bargain at $1- be yielding any garden truck desired
exhibit: palaces will resemble the oriental phase of tbe Kpsolshkoorisb .
Bainbridge, Ga., and Mrs. Griffin If in search oif property; that will !
architecture. Park of Alexander City, Ala. Sayings of 459.-Five acres inside city bring results this fall, and at all times }'
fenced, plowed, ready for while extending new grove investigate
The costumes worn by the ladies Imagination rules the This tract is near the this. This property is convenient

Force without farm, on high ground. $1- to town, has marled road on one side, : ,.
.. takes it. one end. Price $4,200. .
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No man's loss is ; -

man is indispensable.They KEEP YOUR EYE ON TINE CREST." -.t

Business and seek to_'govern should others.have i'I Here's the opportunity to buy homesltes in the newest and best located I ,I, ,

Banking Men are led by trifles.It '
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is but a step from PINE CREST is situated between Emr .e"ttund Mabbette street*, verlook- '

the ridiculous. City and"Lake, and is bound to become one of.the best resident'sub' : .

There are two means of :! in Kissimmee. This is where tlie birds sing and where 'the ". '" '. i
Should always be closely related, and the financial interest'and,fear. not frog, i : ., :,'
---, :Lots, are high and well drained. Whirl addition is planned for'people .
institution that can afford the greatest accommodation When a. man is, bent .' t-j,,, :;)fi\ ;t
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office he has already, sold appreciate high elevation; pure air and fine views"", and Want enough'land / ,i- iI
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S to its- customers, is an 'assest to auy com , : I conquer provinces,. real home on at *> moderate 'price. ,We expect to'sell'all' these lot ,.t"" ". Y
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munity.An. '., r. 1, wins hearts. i Call and choice.: ' " ;
early i
\' ,1I"' 1.. T.r er get your Prices"range $70.00 to 4100 per v, c'f r. ,
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only
victory
institution that has at all times exerted easy terms of payment
inflightA
every effort to accomodate and please its patronsis faithful friend is the -

found in the of Diety itself. LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS.

Death overtakes the course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake,Tohopekaliga.. !'

never the brave man have nice high lots, near the lake, which we are offering at prices- .

Citizens Bank has come. attractive. See these lots, get our prices. and term on them before

I on a location for a home. !" "

"MY face is fortune (j
my 474.-We have two four room No. 476.-Close in home, This if "' :' ('
of girl. "In that
Kissimmee case I
located on nice high lots, a nice little house of fiverooms and !
you to go through bath, with modern
conveniences
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on
% feet each, within two .
ruptcy; ," responded the o corner lot 76x120 feet. Within two t
take up the intellectual of paved street, in South Kis blocks Broadway.; .Ileuse furnished ;' ''y'

burg Post CVOH One of these houses is on complete, ready to move in and begin ,.. ...
: lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expendi ,
ture of additional '
money above the
homes at a very low price, and
IIEEDS price which we offer the property for... ,j" ..
Beans, Potato. terms. Price 2200.00 "
Tomato, including furniture.
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Our past yean of satisfactory record in the financial Pepper, Watermelon. ; ':: ,"
Sweet Corn. Squash Egg - e

world stand out as a.,tribute to our efforts in this section tato quote want Seed result delivered plant price I our on s: I -:- SMALL FARMS: _ ..-- i ; ..r_
Livingston's
to. furnish a financial institution that would at all times Sealed livered.Blob We handle Tomato ".10 .-Nice little country home, five large rooms, porch, several' out I' ;l';;.1 1I

Seed Line. Write us for of five acres land, good new 1 I buildings, such as grain houses, tool'
give the greatest aid to the business concerns in our midst logue. cottage barn and poultry 'and wagon sheds stables' etc.. One
KU..ere Seed Cav, Pleat This property is only half deep artesian well and one surface v
and at the same time be as conservative as necessary to. city limits, on best hard I I welL This land adjoins the finest I ':... i
in the county. :Splendid place orang. grove bltb. country, gm' growing: ;
We
interests. call attention
safeguard our to .
our com COMM1SSIONKR-S Price $800. on the same kind of land. Ail kinds. ,

: for the time that OP REAL Hof i I crops grow encouragingly,on this)
have been in
parative deposits exist
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we 477.-Close in small farm. This |, land and it is the prettiest place for'' ."' r ,
I Under and by virtue of property lies just inside cor' a home in this section of the country.1There ;-
partition and y
Bale ,
ence. Judge of the Circuit Court limits, on high elevation over- ; is a fine line of-forest trees on. .-
enth Judicial Circuit of the city and lake contains the outside of the fence with a bean- ,.
for Oscsola County, and acres good land, ,all cleared and tlful palm inside of the yard also '
Statement of aid wherein Court Lawrence!In a came L* 1 ::: good fence. Small box house. some' thrifty maples, magnolias, live .
Comparative Deposits plainant. ; "adore A is well located for sub oaks and several,'other varieties of ,.'
John Q "nrd. her ; ; : A money; maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrub

sioners spondents In' chancery the e.n: ;; I ; ; that secures it and sub-divides truce flowers; We want' to In- t" ,
Comme :ed Business April 2. 1910. highest and best bidder city lots Price $1,000.00. you to the owner of this land .
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public auction at the front and let ,
buy direct.
Court House In .. ;you You can buy I
\ 471.A 20-acre home. This
I I Dec. 31, 1910------ ______________u_______-_ $120,244.43, County 11TH DAY Florida.OF FEBRUARY on property lies two miles north terms it at a of bargain payment.; and on favorable' . j I'

I during the hours of legal town is practically; level, rich '
following described real soil with fine chocolate I FARM FOR SALK: -
gray
Dec.31 1911Dec.31 ______ 172,260.28 property of the said
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ctotred in Located
rence I* Barlow and sal d ; acres and cul on good :roa&one.quarter---r"----- T .,
Isadora A. Heard and John ,the remaining fouracres ,mile-troni7citj> limits good five-room

1912 : 268,382,44 County her husband Florida situate, to-wit In covered with a good growth I ceiled house, large D.W' barn thirty .. t'J"WE
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timber
with
k I Beginning at the some scattering acres of land, twelve of which is in ,
Lot Addition one (1),- Block U. of ; 1V4 acres of nice young cultivation, sixty ;young, orange and. I"" :
to' the Town
of in bearing besides .
grove a grapefruit trees
1 City Florida run west ( eev lty-five peach ..
I feet. thence south one of fine Japanese persimmon trees, some plum and pear'trees, onegood . 1
nine (UII) feet, thence .. some, peaches, mulberries, family horse,< ono buggy : y
(II) feet and thence north ., two kinds of one I .. -
grapes wagon two sets harness
fifty chickens
twenty-nine (IS*) feet to
I beginning, together with : few ,bananas. The buildings ten head cattle and all tools necessary "
situate thereon. with all ., ;but not of great 'to cultivate place. A bargain at
I the hereditaments- consisting of a box house of ":
DIRECTORSARTHUR o purtenances thereunto --2600. 'Write .us for,term*." "
every right, title and
E. DONEGAN, President equitable the said '
Arthur r E. Donegan, II. M. PF ANN. tat Vice-President P. K, WEAVER, Heard low and her Isadora lr husband A.' Heard of.' In SELL H MES." ,
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., C. W. DANN. 2nd Vice-president "*m*. '

President. Vans F.A.W.W.Agnew HILL WINN&: Cra L.ford IL CARROLL COHOON, Aitome,... 'Cashier., II. D.;ARTHUR JA8 s UKIGER.H BULLOCK-E.'" : N. I-. H. M. ,BREAKER: fi, CO.I -"II I IJU ,;; ,

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f!AGE li \ 'THE KISSIMMEE V ALLEY ; i It'I' "CHESAPEAKE"-Situated opo* k
1. = II I I II I I I I I II I 1 beautiful knoll, six miles south 5Kissimmee '>
,\' 'i' 1111 I III I I II I I II I Fla.. on the east short

o : $ $ y1$$yt y1y1 yi$Y11 Yt f. 1 y1$y1 y1 Yt y1 tJ1 $y1 1 1 yt ylyt y11jt y1 yf I 11111 1111 Advertisements miles Lake Tohopekaliga' is a six-room, water bungalow viow .*..

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rr !Ii I t .U\. .,. II :t HiHi! Classified ?!:: fountain) water"of'ever-flowing that pure'' V.phur .

I'I'A' Inflammatory I
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ae. of worst case :
ii: > St {ishShoes'fot: Stylish Men Hi O / art t..ortea. For aa4er.talr taoea I.rd.' ; matism that was thought to i lit ."
c.... Per LI. 1- hopeless case; 17V4 acres of land,M I s

!Ii -'-::--. -:.- = ..' !iiI - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. - acres of myrtle trees and pasta'-
----.-.',' .. ,. !W! Two bedsteads and mat- seven and a half acres cleared, pW,'
Yi I' FOR SALE- will sell and fenced, ready for this
ed
months; sprite
SALE. but 6
: ; Our New Spring: Line of, :. Hi I I.I.I FOR cheap.tro8se1 used 001, Mabbett at. 2- -I>a crop; fine hunting round In winter a5'
HiHi Fullblood R. I- Reds! fishing the year ; a good position

...!..! ."' , , FOB eggs SALE for hatching- 15 for $1.60. C. FOR SALE-.-Flrst busineBIt Class Al Best Restua-10' health,*profit to one.and'seeking-pleasure.a home tp'

: &HANAN&Low !Hi: if. Blanchaime. __ rant doing good for Belling' sale: Address owner, -Mrs. M.
$ . Commodious+ cation in town. Reason to look Riggen/ Kissimmee, Fla. Satis&eT
,; ." 'h. HiHi! FOR SALE OR RENT- undivided time required I
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$ wide verandaswith my of ,other tory references 4.g
interests
..' s "- !Ii'j ... : ....: ,,'- .? '" . Shoes are arriving daily-Do not fail to see them. family outbuildings residence, flowing under well culti;,60'( parties.after property Address F. A. Lincoln, gin 1 FOR RENT-Good house, six rooS;

; y, J 91' .... i .Ask to be shown that new Tennis Shoe. !Hi acres of land Hammock, portion G.ove, Kis- simmee, Fla. bath; close in; Enquire of Mbi,
!: vatiori; at to A. E.I billiard table I Splitter, 16 Church St "z"! .
91 Fla. Apply size
simmee, SALE-Large
that 2-tf FOR
Do Hiffi to
not forget !
Apply
91 I Drought.____ I : 'with'' full equipment. FOR SALE-Well established groeen
M Ii : January 13th and 14th I I FOR SALE-A complete set otth: Frank Vans Agnew. I business, enjoying for good trade; bwt.'
of reasons selling; excellent
Hi Cyclopaedia. Very ___ I ;
the for I International 64, or at I cation, cheap rent. Full partlcuu!
:; are days our Inquire P. O. Box RENT.
Hifi cheap. JP FOR to interested parties. Nelson R
I| 15 Church street._
SPRING OPENING M. Company. i'
x I for rent, opply to
valuee DWELLINGS
will buy a
!Ii HiHi | FOR SALE-$3600 the heart of Kissimmee Tiller. _._ FOR SALE-Ten acres of good 1 1in ,
I in
R property Northwest Kissimmee,
cent. frontlet
Come in and order Your Suit now paying about 14 Enhancingin per FOR RENT-Two flats at hall East on Vine stree. Suitable f.
amount.
= Apply
I on the above H. M. Breaker city conveniences. 20-tf small fruits, vegetables, gemnltrucking
- J 7 '-= ::_ -: -_ -- :--::-: --o---: ::r\ value every day. 39tf the Gazette office. dairy or chicken farm.. U
!f I & Co._ ----- sold quickly, will take. $750.W
I SALE-Four good mules. J. W.. FOR RENT OR SALETwostorystore which is less than the city asseiiJvaluation.
: COMPANY Hi FOR ltf building on Brack St., North G. F. Kribbs, Klul*
| H. C. STANFORD HiHi I !Miller.__ _engine: Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf mee, Fla. 4t .

FOR- SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray -----
Sfi $75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at K FOR- RENT-A modern 3-room flat, LOST..-A bunch of keys. Reward I

,', $ !fi91 $ $ $ $$$ $ $ $ $ $ ! $ $ $ $ !: !: $ $ $$ $$ $ !: $ I Vans$(>0.00.Agnew.Both_in good shape.49-tL with W.all H. city Harris conveniences., Gazette office Applyto tf returned to Dr. Wina.WANTEDSecond 4

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hand office
l1 ---- ORDER: YOUR trees at once from dtc*;
Councilman. Brokaw, salesman MISCELLANEOUS.WADE must be cheap. Any kind of deaf
"For 'I Bros., W. H.
to Kissimmee soon, acting upon Griffing
y "FIRST LADIES": MEET master Frank Vans Agnew's pqKt-1,I I hereby announce myself a candidate ream No. 1, State Bank Build-40tf office Apply, W.Kissimmee.G. Durant, Box 673, pop
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; report, to nettle. the preparedness of I I for the Office of Councilman ing. __ the tuner, Orlando.

BRILLIANT COMPANY conditions for city delivery of mail,, 1 I and respectfully solicit the support of FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- Kissimmee Drug Co., DESK ROOM--wanted by a real.l .
has received verification from the :.II the voters of this city. I promise- forced cement fence posts and :Z.;<0cypres.8 MEET me will at a drink of the best Late dealer. Address. P. O. Box 681,
Jarrell, and get
A. B. we
.t department.The :if elected to give the same careful fence posts. soda water made. 31tf 4-1 tpd .
I interest that 1 1 I At Kissimmee Drug Coo .. .
the ---
: receivedthis J attention to city's - -- ----
Kissimmee -- --
MRS. CLEVELAND AND MRS. postmaster ---
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- Eler-: International BARGAINS in homes, orange
week a letter from the Fourth would to my private business. I FOR SALE-2 h. p. HARE
r HARRISON GUESTS OF HONOR Assistant Postmaster General that ,an lion March 29th! 1! 1H.: I Harvester gasoline engine, in goodrunning groves, colonization for sites booklet, and
order. Will sell at a sacrifice trucking land. Send
r AT WHITE HOUSE. inspector would be sent to Kissimrm-e Respectfully; R. IX WAKINC.: I if taken at once. Apply at just issued. Frank II. Davis, Apop-
1 r mentioned.The -- I' office": 37tf Fla. 50-7tp |
soon for the purpose Gazette ka, -
thousand wireless telegrams --- -- --
Forty --- --
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} city authorities have complied reached the coast of Great Britain last FOR SALE-Seasoned grapefruittrees HOMESKEKERST "ATTENTION; STEPBY
Mrs. Grover Cleveland and Mrs. with the requirements as to naming year. two years old, good condition, Send for neat illustrated booklet
Benjamin Harrison were the honor and numbering streets and putting 1!5 cents. Henry W. Smith Waucliula just iMiued, descriptive of Apopka
dinner of Pres Fla., nurseries on Kissimmee r and adjacent country. Apopka,
' guests at. Sunday down sidewalks. It is confidently expected
dend and Mrs Taft. It was the first that Kissimmee will have house I )River, Ilat.senger. 52-81:--- )pdIAVN I i I Board of Trade, Apopka, OrangeCounty [Stej
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time in the history of the nation that delivery before the summer. YOU NEEDOur I (; :::: INDIAN:: RUNNER PUCKS - -- ---- -
1+ _three "first ladies of the land" dined and drakes for .sale. White egg va- I GOLDEN' ; : OPPORTUNITIES arisefrom
+, at the same time in the White-House. TFe Colonel'slinfaifangralmness.. riely! $l:OO 081'1e.. I\\. HunkrKisFla. time tn timr to "<'<|inr, .' v..lu-
brand of infor- 5 HfFOR able lots and tracts in the growing t
Among the guests were Chief ;Justice + This is a new piece Brick Catalogue, if you are I .1I1111"'C' :
1 mation. Everybody who reads it will ---- city. of St. ("1 ud, at bargain prices. I
and Mrs. White, the secretary of appreciate it, because it destroys a going' to build. We handle : ) SALEFruit; ;;: store, corner of I A.Uress A. E. Drought> St Cloud We have gained the confidence of MM
a r the Treasury and Mrs. McVeagh, Senator fallacy, obliterates a mistake, and an- every kind of Hrick! large or Hroadwuy und Main --treet. Good; Fla. 2-ff' patrons until 1 we have a very fin col&I Ik'ction
I. and Mrs. Warren, Senator and nihilates a delusion-all of which is small lots. Shipments. anywhere I location. Price $150. Address, I I'.j - ----- of choice farms, select bomevacant
+ Mrs. Newlands, Senator Hoke Smith, a fine performance in ruination. 1 (O.) Box flJM- : 4404044.00440440440 \ lots, acreage and eruct

M{ .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln, Mr. got Colonel excited Theodore in all his life.Roosevelt The pqetic never (GET OUR PRICES 1'IRS1'ANA :j 0'i SALE-One- ; good-driving.. 3.Jt.1 >0 Wanted To correspond with fl* I: groves mean, moderate from which means those and of ampLI Ttrfl

" r' and Mrs. David R. Francis, Hilary quiet of a summer night, the dewy SAVE MONEY. I I one work horse, one (' .) parties interested in Florida (0 limited means may purchase
," A.. Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. John W. stillness of a June dawn, the shadowed I woods rider's horse. May be seen < lands I Improved or unimproved. < natisfartorily. Call at the Elite
,, Gniggs, Rear Admiral Sidney A. hush of twilight, all these thingsare I I at C.7. Oak street. : -lfj I II' > Oranges growing on improved ty Parlor, Lakeview Cottage, Ne. <
' :' a Staunton, Brig.-Gen. William Crozier, tornadoes, tempests, and hurricanes I I j' FOR SALE;-=-Beggar-; weciseed: -SOc .:. and all other suited to citrus V Penfield ave., S. Kissimmee an jj L
(
compared with the atmosphere A. C. (0 fruit and vegetables. Pine land *
if Brig.-Gen. and Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards of contemplative quiet which incessantly ConyersIf I' per lb. Velvet beans $3.00 varieties per bu.of, i > or hammock, prairie or muck, in 4 convinced ments. of the truth of our s| f
g. Mrs. George W. Goethals, Henry surrounds this statesman. If I Tom Watson and other (0 large or small tracts. Prices *
I Ib. :33I :
White, Mr. and Mrs. John Hays you don't believe it, he will tell you Its a Brick. I have itI I Watermelon of honorable Seed 50c business per ,deal- "0 and terms right. Near new railroad 4

% l I Hammond, President John G. Hit so himself ings years is foundation for success 100> and in new country. Write Summers
our Mrs.
y ben President John II. Finley of New situation"Colonel?" are you excited about this I I Dunl l Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla. and yoOr guarantee of proper 0 Jas. A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla. ltf 0< Mary

ro' York University and Mrs. Finley, Mr.+ "My dear boy," replied the colonel, I' treatment. Girardeau Seed Co., (0 404440404404404444Traveling LAKEVIEW COTTAGE

i and Mrs..Charles P. Taft, Mrs. Tbom- smiling benignly, "ypu know I have 2-4t pd.QEO.. I Monticello, Fla. 313t. 608 IVnGrld Ave. Near

as F. Bayard, Mrs. Daniel 8. Lamont, always been famous for that crater- I j FOR SALE-fen head of good logging lecturer f
Marshall'Field like calm which is my chief characteristic. F. PARKER. the remaining listener) : ,1! should like
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f { Mrs. Leitner, Mrs. ." mules. ; We have only ten left.
z . Mrs. M. E. Ingalls,. Miss Cleveland, -Popular Magazine. Attorney-at-Law. Selling out mules on account of logging I to' thank you, sir, for so attentively First Hospital Surgeon: Well, '
; with skidder. Any one wantIng hearing me to the end of a rather too discharged fourteen patients todaf.j
'. Miss Helen, Taft, .nice book for in-
:k : "!. Miss Louise Taft, I "I want a an : '---- Second ditto BettAr'be cal'fuLthll I
: Collections and Conveyancing good mules at a bargain will long speech. i I / :
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./ '.. ';::I', t ':<\ Solicitor-General Bullitt. Assistant. valid.''"Something .religious_ madam?" I Specialties. do well to call on us. At mill, eight Local member of society: Not at keeps up we'll have to fall i

'.'p' '. 1.:1i': .rIo' :'Secretary, of Commerce and Labor "Er-no-he's convalescent."-Boston :, miles from Kissimmee. Ansley all, sir. I'm .the second speaker- on dogs and monkeys to expert
''/I. ; Andrew F. West, ofAv. Lumber & Tie Co. 3-tit Punch. upon.-Life.
r.' 'i:, ... YF: 'a V.1: Cable, Dean ; Transcript., I 11 Broadway.
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'. -Prof. Thomas J. Preston,
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Princeton -- .- -- ,...
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Francis Lloyd Stetson and Eames -- -

: Mac Veagh _
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r Justice White was appointed to the ,

j t< Supreme Court by President Cleveland

( j Senator Hoke Smith, David RIll I

, Francis and Hilary A. Herbert were
members of President Cleveland's

t, f;; Cabinet. The husbands of Mrs. Bay
T
il ard and Mrs. Lamont were members
; .y also of Cleveland's Cabinet. i-QUEENSWARE ;

Following 'the dinner there was a

i -. musicale in 'the East Room. I I I



.,r CATTLE ON RANGES

f t ; ARE fARING ,WELL t .

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CROCKERY
jt TilE FEAR THAT THE WET SUM- I

i MER WOULD RESULT DISASTROUSLY

F', PROVES ERRONEOUS. ]

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41 E. L. Lesley returned this week from We are going to discontinue our line of .
I
a visit to the range, and reports the ... It
cattle in good condition, which will be
'
good news to many who are vicariously' (
CROCKERY AND ,(
interested in the cattle industry. QUEENSW ARE"l l ,

It was feared by those directly concerned

in the business that the excessive
I

1 rains of the summer would prove' .. From this date this line will be on sale I'' ,. fI
i .. a bad thing for the cattle. They were
reduced to starvation diet by the rains,, "

d b ,, '. and the fear was lodged in the pos },

, sibility Of a hard winter. The mild REGARDLESS OF COST dI

ga .. weather has brought out the grass,, ,' I
a'' and the cattle are beginning to fatten 1f.ni. \ i
ilt
J'' again, and the apprehension that i.,; 1 ,

great numbers of them would die
+" from their summer's experience has 'f' \


ee ) turned CARRIER.out to be SYSTEM luckily erroneous.TO We Mean Just What We Say Dont miss at this your opportunity own price.. to buy DISHES 'tl.'t1' ,I II b u I



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POSTMASTER RECEIVES LETTER "-

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MAKINSON
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The announcement made in the
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Ic Valley Gazette_ several weeks ago that 1't.
.n inspector would likely be ordered. 'j '4
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