Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 24, 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: VID00578
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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.WILL LAPP.EAR.BEFORE! ,and nstaltaL.a number. of private baths will be j GREAT I WEATHER THIS j MUSTCONSERVE.NAfISNOWLEFTO '*( SUt 'laws, authorited"Ca hi<*Young IL r't'

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The Park is located'on a corner that i

CO COMMISSIONERS will always be 'agood'stand for,"a ho. i EVEN'' FOR FLORIDASUMMERTEMPEAATUREREIGNS ,

a ,: > tel!,- and when, the ,house has ''undergone .
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a the remodelling; that, has been ,

COMMIITEE tanned it ,will be'ap, attractive home, I .- ,w .'f,. 'fti} ,

:BOARD., Off. ,TRADE. ''or-,the"traveler.Messrs.r ROAD WORK WILL[ PSOCEEO aE.E.iitt E." r

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''WILL :ASK AUTHORITIES TO REINSTATE simmee Thursday ABSURD STORIES. OF FREEZING BUTICoMMSSIONEIit ILL.RI
and paid the Val. f W1L11:; G11 :,a j:
SUBSCRIPTIONS: FOR ley Gazette an appreciated call. They THERMOMETER IN FLORIDA tYt 1" UPON t SUPT,!. .IIOLQ.EXPENDITURESJ.OO .*
report St. Cloud filled with visitors. TO 4AT ; cams 1,_
FREE DISTRIBUTION TO Every house in town is occupied to NEED NO DENIAL EXCEPT ] N TO, ,I-i iI u STANIk'E13TIdN&

HOME SEEKERS capacity, and St: Cloud is disporting OFFICIAL 'REGISTER.Somebody's ;/LIMIT AGREED)' ON. ; i

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----- by its location on the lake.DUTTONHARRIS P4 !J ''\E ;!__ '

Friday. evening's meeting of the The County Comml.uo: era. have' 4 j,
jealous. rthtNw&vowed
Board of Trade of the best allowance of one thousand dollaVs,;* ?' lK 1 y, t
was GO How
one do you know 4 #,. ,$ r. and s t*'eandi-
month remaining of the road fl.lnit'.t I
jjetoforsorne'tlme) in attedance'and! When a sweet little girl begins to ogo v e hese'"and all 1. '
I through the and
oil by rue-
say mean things about a certain fellow year nno a' rl Ito "'1
interest.Among SUCCEEDS WHIDDEN Jl
ution have the supervl'
they required, acre,
and just keeps it t up-what do 'j ebNary ibe
orse
,the first questions taken up ntendent to keep within a,.limlt.'ifl : Come \ iseutat ,
think You know
how to
you place .
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was the action of ute County Commissioners '800 per month. iftTh4 "'f HOM y ?' a, I q'
her, don't ? Of Same '
you course. ,
in discontinuing the sub- SHOE STORE CHANGES HANDS' thing is true of the weather cranks. > CommiaaitMIers started".(M limits, dri (held,at.lttui"tcourt;

scriptions to the county newspapers.For Three weeks ago! there was an awful year with a deficit of 15,000$ in! this from po V'e r

years the Commissioners have I current year's road fund, canted', V and other e 7
FOUNDER OF TilE FIRST EXCLUSIVE freeze in California, and when I '' meetingof/ ki
by a
subscribed for several hundred copies California was hurt there began a work which was done plow Whltti e, bea/ .
of paper to be distributed weeklyby SHOE BUSINESS IN last year. Because f this work, i hx t ''tit en's'ghaU Thurs-
story in some of the northern and '
Newspapers these lists being KISSIMMEE RETIRES whicK.Chairman was .Bryan'bas issued '
the AFTER western that Florida had been Lesley aye pracically r w
papers
supplied I !'from different sources, and SUCCESSFUL CAREER. ruined by the freeze, too. They ex- Wasted, the I a Comnussiortery a'e' ting ,tha pur._ 'r"rr a e

changed-! from time to time in such a will have to go slow Jwith road im ,. ..' i a
panded and extended California's 'cal-
manner that ihe papers reached probf >--- provements: during ,the coining'' '- Mayo t 114v ,+f
to Florida and it
amity gave to us a : '
ably upwards'of ten thousand peoplein The shoe business founded by L. M. months. A policy pf retrenchnienUwUl i 1u cement' led
anyhow.
the course of a year. This has Whidden three years ago has been And in the meantime the visitorsto J be rigidly adhered f)to, and Wttb I w. 1'' td ly and. -F;; '

been/ such a productive source of ad- purchased by L. C. Dutton; _nrui, ..J. W. Kissimmee mopping their that end: in view, the superintendent a dates. f eB-

vertising for Osceola county that gen- Harris. Negotiations which had brows, and saying were things about heat has been given instructions Jto hold 1' i'rrt' dra' r ,wp+.,i+! .

eral surprise was expressed when the been pending for spme time were expenses down to theflimit, mentioned. i Ar '
that would do credit to a native in St :
Commissioners' failed to renew the, brought to a close Tuesday when the Not *}iThi4 (.uenner- wwi *, ...

contracts. transaction was consummated.Mr. mid-summer. necessary to re- .' does not mean that there?Avll1. .. 1' .,' fir,. mentlonedtasi$t'a; 1
the but for the information ,
peat language, '
Several members of the Board of Whidden started the first exclusive of the world at large the re- be absolutely no work done, for it'is Mayor, but Lab i' ;

the subject after a shoe store in Kissimmee, and of possible to do a considerable-lot fit ant;, Of ttir.csn: ),
Trade spoke on cord the thermometer'readings '
after three of successful work with the road on the,a\k\ > the Council,'Dc.
motion had been made for a committee years opera- from the official records is given be- gang ;,
to gefore the tion of the business, he gives it up to ance fixed by the Commissioners, but! mpeogwbarecseeA, j'
from the Board appear low, beginning the first of the month '
take active of his ranch It means that the work that is undertaken have "dot's ervds'
supervision ,
Commissioners and ask a reconsider- and running through the twenty- hw been noticed ) : .
afd..remarkedupon ; ; : :
servants
near the city. :will\ be more systematic and aCC I tint ,phMio yti ''
the action. The opinions expressed _
ation of second: frequently thatthe jnuiiber jjfjR90
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compllshed with more-alert .
Mr. L. C. Duttenr one-of-the - -- an aye The-ateatitTat'
new
wet'e'W theejfet11.haHhtHaveBtment ; -- Day of Mo. 1I1ax. Min pars in the county is increasing rapidly '

was the best the county proprietors, comes to Kissimmte from 1 76 64 economy' than has been the case. and it is desirable that every own- oped' '.an infdrmat''dleeuseion': ( >t. of the, .

that the value of it had Cameron, Ga., where he has been in The.recent survey used by EngineerF. candidates announced for'. 4 fi'opndl. _
could make; 2 79 62 er shall become a member of the club.
The the general mercantile trade. lie is a Jenkins i i. going to be utilizedby man; and a: number'of namesiwwe ..' 4
been proved beyond question. 3 U M' Art inducement,]is offered prospective :
Commissioners to brother of Mrs. Lillie C. Smith, of this thi Commissioners, and the esti suggested as poksible' :candidates.: V
motion to ask the 4 70 44 members in the circumstance that
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which affords him of mates and suggestions furnished 'by formal action except
Reinstate the subscriptions was carried place, an identity 5 76 48 there is some money in the treasury, There was no ,. s.
J. 11. Reese stated advantage to begin with. lie is alert him are going to be followed in remodeling !, e'Pa'a, ge of a resolution askingMayor' .
it saidto
unanimously. | 6 82 60 enough is : provide a'. respectable
that and clearly 'capable and will make a the KissimmeeWhittierhighway. I Bryan to.call a as-meeting.,
on behalf o(. the Valley'azette 7 83 66 dinner and it is hinted that '
cd.ftinued. to i valuable acquisition to the business It will be several weeks, Something Tbrfj following, correspondence''nukes. .
the extra papers had go 8 81 63 I there ,may be stirring, In "
believed'he community. however, before the road gang will fully,known the object 1 j :ot t 'oalli: i ,
ofnce for he the of if
from that I 9 78 63 way a Jollification, the, mama ,
\ would reconsider Mr. J. W. Harris, the other: proprietor 79' be abje) to start on this work. ; f ,Fermal'Ragaew1'' ". hit. ,
Commissioners 10 61 bore are so i inclinedTuesday 1 1r "Th4,+ 9j
The.' is digging marl .. ./ '..., ,-." '. '" ti
lifter had been given time to 1 left the shoe department ofDanny's .. { .gang on.., '>ur '.Jj 4' zri' ,. "'" ""11
they 11 81 .62. r, >:1gIA 9 e. : ..
store of which he h. been (In TTnfa'rflft\ ) road 'at present, and # f
think. it over. ( }._., .,--4 i >,..-'Si. ', 12 : 82 62 evening, however, 4s to discuss To Honorable OJ"_, Q''Ut r'.t'flaof ,
charge, to become identified with the that joh is finished the gang will go ]
The committee appointed to appear I 13 82 58 the roads situation. There has Kissimmee Fla.,, Frt
firm. lIe has had fourteen to Canoe creek to build the approaches
new
before the Commissioners is composed '- I years 14 .75 60 been a good deal of sporadic good Sirs-At a'meeting of:citizens held ,t '
of and sales ih the to the bridge which has been recently '
of B. C. Miller A. S. Nelson, |' factory experience 15 77 5G roads talk, but very little united ac last evening, January 23, a resolutionwas
1 < shoe business. lie keeps in touch constructed there by the Champion unanimously adopted directing I y ythis
J. W. Lilly and C. 16 77. 57 tion. The members of the auto club
Edward Canning, j with the latest fads, fancies and foU Bridge Cp. Chairman Lesley inspected committee to request you as the I

A. Carson. j''ble of the business by visiting the 17 78 56 the bridge Saturday, and acceptedit are better qualified to talk goo
A committee was appointed to 1 1 big centers, and in addition to his 18 82 56 for the Commissioners. The than any other class, for they travel meeting'to be held at th. eourt, "0***"-, ..r4'

draft and get signers to a petition to ''knowledge i he is possessed of an accommodating 19 80 60 bridge is built of iron, and Chairman the roads oftener and go further than :Tuesday evening, Februaiyat 7:30: ,k. '. 't
of said
20 82 59 other pilgrims the hard o'clock: the purpose, proposed I
the Board to the same end. This disposition and pleas- Lesley pronounces it a ilrit-clasi job. on high ,road. mass meeting being to have the candi- ,{, 4

committee is composed of G, F Par ing,manner which are certain ,to attract 21 83 59 The Commissioners'will have to build President Lesley t'the club' is also dates for.city offices to be filled at i 5' : ,

ker, A, A. Tano andJ., W. Trenti trade.. 22. ,2' 63 the approaches to the bridge, and this chairman of the Board of',County the' election in March appear-"'before I;*'' 'r ,.'

I will Commissioners: and ha can advise the the meeting and make known r their, ,
'Mr. la financially require the time of the road "
W 'A.' Smith interested ; BOARD Of 'TRADEPAMP"LET gang club of the resources at the command views ,concerning the, various questions -' -, 6
and will be-president of thei for several daysbesides costing'considera a with which'
PARK HOTEL IS SOLD of the Comissioners of public concern
: and what
; i Dutton-lI rris Co., which is to be incorporated ble sum. The,price for the be may they will have tp do as city officials, .

as soon as the legal formalities ;- OUT SOON I bridge paid to the Champion Bridge reasonably expected of the Board. in the event of election.&I

WILL BE IMPROVED Co. was $1300. The will be next President Lesley and Secretary T. We take it, Sir, that any man who l
can be complied with. Mr. gang '
M. Rivers are urging a full attend- offers for the office of Mayor or
Smith is one of the staunch youngbusiness employed in renewing the bridges on ance for Tuesday Councilman must have reached some
MATTER IN PREPARATION AND the Loughman road. After this evening's meeting.
workis
men of Kissimmee, and was definite conclusion as to what policyhe 0

PARTIES BUY until the first of the year cashier of WILL NOT BE LONG BEFORE completed the job of remaking the will pursue if he is elected to flu f
BRADENTOWN
the Citizens Bank. lie is now secI Whittier road will be undertaken. PORTER WILL PLANT (Continued on page 12))

I and treasurer of the Sooth BOOKLET IS COMPLETED. Chairman Lesley agrees with the engineer -
retary
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'Florida Lumber Co. that the work can be done with ACRE TO DASHEENS JOHN M.. LEE RESIGNS I
WILL BE MADE AND 1
ADDITION .
little
additional
I very expense above

THERE WILL BE IMPROVE-: ,VISITORS fROM NORTH Better late than never-the Boardof the current expenses necessary to I SHIPMENT OF THE NEW SUBSTI- ,AS COUNCIIL.MEMBER ; ;
: Trade pamphlet will be issued
MEN1S IN WAY OF ELECTRIC maintain the regular gang TUTE FOR POTATOES FROM

!; : soon, and will supply the need for Chairman Lesley is a great believerin BUREAU PLANT INDUSTRY
LIGHTS AND BATHS i ON A LAUNCH RIDE PLACES RESIGNATION IN HANDS '
some sort of advertising matter which good roads. He asserts that
nobody -
\ BE RELEASED
OF CLERK TO t tAT
I may be used handily.The I could: be more in favor of a system There was a great commotion in HIS DIRECTION. ,Ah
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pamphlet will not be an elaborate of,good roads than he is but he Kissimmee r '
Broadway Thursday when several : .
The Park hotel, corner I PARTY WAS ASSEMBLED ----"
|I affair, nor is it deemed best to says that the Board should not be mail sacks full of something were John M. Lee has placed his restgna- '
and Dakin, was purchased this week ,,: IT WAS DISCOVERED MANY I
out this kind. It will contain
put subjected to crjticism for the taken
conditionof the .
to Graystone hotel.It tion in the hands of City Clerk J. R. f4
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Goering, of) WERE FROM: MICHIGAN. essential information, and will be
by j the roads when they are doing the was reported that the greatest Gilbert, with the directions to sub- '.

Brade town. i; neatly put up, and will be of such a best that can be done with the fundsat shipment by parcel post yet recordedhad I mit it to Council when he shall direct. II, '

The trade was conducted by A. W. !I size as can be used in an ordinary their command. He believe. that come to Kistiimmee, and by the Mr. Lee states that his personal busi- '

Law, of the McKay Realty Co., and The launch Lorinda was engaged letter envelope. the idea of doubling the millage for same token Kissimmee would gain a ness demands his entire attention, and "t. I
Wednesday for ride to Shell IJam- '
a
Arthur E.
'I Donegan, chairman of road purposes for a few years would new distinction, and be talked about he is unable to give city affairs the .
for the time being Mr. Law is in I
,mock and return and the with
trip, a |the committee made
I advertising ,
report make it
I possible to all the
charge of the property for the new put the roadsin country over. But it wasn't so. time which their importance call for.
(few trivial mishaps, was duly made by D. G. Wagner
proprietors until they can close out j proxy actingin good condition without bonding the They didn't come by parcel post. Mr. Lee had a continuous service
| and enjoyed. his behalf, to the Board Friday county, and he is inclined On
their business in Bradentown. The' to think thecontrary they were 'franked as i a member of Council' for eight .
After the assembled '
board
Goerlina are iiinning the "Oak'.Grove" i party on evening. -Donegan was unavoid' that the people would approve this through by the department. The years, beginning in 1893. He was ji
,
the launch it discovered that
was from
ably prevented the
hotel in the latter place, but* i attending more readily than they would a large sacks contained dasheens and were elected again in 1912 and his term e
there several from the
were hailing He of his
will come to Kissimmee and takecharge : < meeting. gave an account bond issue. consigned to R. David Porter, of the does not expire until 1914. lIe statedto
i State of Michigan, and a roster of the stewardship, as to the expenditure of It is
likely that the will be Graystone hotel. No Mr.
: of the Park hotel l as soon as subject ; Porter isn'tgoing a reporter for'the Gazette that he
crowd was made, with the following funds and the
issuance ofa
( possible.The suggested informally discussed at the meetingof to give his guests dasheens to wished his reslgnationto take effect tat

I result: small pamphlet for immediate use, the duto club to be held Tuesday eat, that is, he isn't going to let the the'end of his ,first year's service
Park was owned by A. E. Rose, Mrs. E. I.. Westfall, Rose City, in the absence of any literature what-
evening. Chairman Lesley is presi- guests consume many of his dasheens, of the present term.Mr. |p ,
who has conducted the house for the Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Burdick ever. Mr.
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Donegan requested thatD. dent of the auto club, and has called for he got them to plant. He's going tee l is chairman of the Finance, )
past few years. It has been run as a Flint, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hil- B. Potts and J. H. Reese be addedto for
a meeting that date. to
his
put in an acre at grove Cemetery and Charity ommittees.and' ,
dollar-a-day house, and las done a ton, Hastings, Mich.; Mrs. Mary Che- the committee, and upon motion ;
place, and by next season he expectsto he is chairman of tbe'select committee ji
good business. The rates were raised ney, Rose City, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. M this request was complied with. The
have ,
dasheens enough to feed all to supervise the construction
STATE ,;
BANK
Of
immediately by the new proprietorsto George E. Dean, Hastings, Mich.; compilation and publication of the i his guests all the '
season. of the municipal drainage canal. Be--
$1.60 a day, and out of the 36 Mrs. Carrie Spencer, Hastings, Mich.; pamphlet was forthwith ordered by |I Mr. Porter has tested the -- -
dasheen 1ng-a roah ofslrong personality and
gate_.there --were!' only three who ob- Mrs. M L, Farmer, Benton Oia1'bor, the Board, and it will be placed in the HAINES CITY OPEN and thinks it far ; ' a
superior to the potato long experience, he has been the dominant -
cted.: The house is now full, andhe Mich.; MissNashville .:MarKuyente Kellogg, hands of the printers shortly. it is d
I ; according to analysis, figure of the present Council.
Is that the rush will keep Mi.. ''Mrs. Mrfntosh, Hastings '
prospect ; -
OPENED FOR BUSINESS TUES- heavier in food values, and it is more This Council has made arecord for +,
up throughout the season. It is to Mich.; Mr. F. M. Hartley, Jack- I Tampa Times-The Public schools:
than
prolific the potato. The Gazette will
DAY, AFTER EXAMINER public improvements and it
be run as a year-the-round house. sonville, Ohio; Mr. Abraham Caryt of Kissimmee, when they reconvened had time I
some ago a lengthy pass down into the history of the
Extensive improvements are con- Parsons. Kans.; Mr. McFadden, after the holidays, showed a most sur- FINISHED. article on the dasheen as grown on town as an epoch making administra c t ,,

templated by the Goerings. An addition Brookville, Pa.; Ml C. -G. Knight, !prising and gratifying increase in en- the Kissimmee prairie. They readapted tion. It is only natural that the men '

, will be built to the housefrom Waterford, Maine; Mr. and Mrs. Saun- I rollment, 700 pupils entering the first I. Senator Arthur E. Donegan, ac- to this soil, and grow with- who have been responsible for inaugurating "

the Church street aide, which ders, Moline, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Denis day of the term. The enrollment has' companied by State Bank Examiner out any great attention, producingupon the improvements should have r

t will give an increased capacity of a Blenis, Kissimmee; Mr. and Mrs. grown to this figure from a total of Palmer Rosemond, motored over to an average ..of 250 or more received criticism. It is an inevitable Kt }

t number of rooms. There are 33 James' Little, Junction City, Kans.; 526 at the first of e'year 1911. The Haines City Tuesday to open the bushels to the acre. The department I I result of doing, things in public posi G \ a'{

rooms in the house proper and this 'Mrs. Johnson' McKelvey and daughter school attendance is surprisingly largein State Bank of Haines City for busi is doing its beet to introduce the das tion. Whatever' the, occasion Mrv fiiJt.3' '4

number will materially); enlargedtrhen N. Y.J; Mr. J.'E. Johnson, Pitts- a community of a total populationof been and popularize it. Mr. Porter Lee has stood by his guns, denoting, 4" ." ,

the wing is built Steps were burg, Penn.; Mr: R. S. Hixon, Conorsville only 3,600. It is larger than that ness.Mr.. Rosemond checked up the newGooks got Jn his request early. and was sue- ,that,courage of conviction, nd,.action, ''J-

'I taken immediately-to--have the house Pa.; Miss Gertrude.Beckman,. of several other towns' in the state of I in "a short time 'and finding cessful in getting a generous ship- 'which counts for real worth,when '

t't hired all through f electric'_ lights, i Chicago, 111. double'the: number,of people., I everything1-in complfance with the ment. No charge was made for them. I ercised for the! benefit.of the. 'public.1. ::1' .....

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: MILTON' BRYAN> HOME 'I" BETTER PRICES, FOR J i bicon nel"' lot and,Parlington.will always jit is be on a,a good cor- J. "l of; Youth Made a, Greater' J'

stand for business and as the .town a f'I
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, TO BE A "SANITARIUItit .- transaction sum of money represents, but for. ,a business good round reasons ' i Ida Orange ,4 .

4 'I 'BETTER the figure' was not made public.!
FRUIT IS CARRYING ,.. -

: I' VIRGINIA PHYSICIAN BUYS ,j -..:.- ROLL OF! HONOR. ,'tt1;:

'- --:-- (\ INQUIRIES RECEIVED J.o'nOl\I'.f'i.\I i (Forthe=montn ending an.ol ,._1913))L .' He sought'a myth"and ho found, 'reality( =the moat delicious- health: '
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: 'RESIDENCE NEAR DANlA TO BB;; TIIAr.I I)E.. First Grade. He ,,
, WEST INDICATING, 1 Wi11 .O'- ful and satisfying fruit that- ver the earth has brought forth. found ,
MODERN ,, Div. Henry Bellinger; ,
INTO A. -
CONVERTED
DIFFICULT I II
c I HOSPITAL WITH ATTRACTIVE 'II III MAND WILL BE Neal l, Hulin Snyder, Virginia Fansler., a fruit which today is a necessity in the welfare of,the ''American'Joople, ." ,
I' TO SUPPLY. !, Jones, Alma t.
Leona
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GRQUN'DS ETC.: Carriebell JIansell,Kritz. Annie Ruth a potent factor in the national "health. Perhaps you,have,not realized
'"" 1 Kritz, Edna l
R ," Willie Taylor, Bertha Witz, before how important i ia the place held by the orange in promoting the
McLain, ;
r The home x>f the late ,John Milton I :The following Packer!news from dispatch Jacksonville in the ,, B. Dlv.May Winn, Madge Duke Rivers Edna,, health''of the people at large. 'Think,a moment_of .the. number of mothers'of (J.,
York ,
: .,..:....* Bryan has been sold and will be converted I WE CUT THE PRICEYOU New summarizes the citrus fruit'' situation' Cayson Ethel Rogers, Helen, Marguerite\Wilcox, Katherine Miller ]. I your acquaintance( who, under the doctor's direction, give orange

I, into a sanitarium. This will' for Florida: Elizabeth Satterficld, Marie Qut- juice a l leading1 place in the dietary of their babies. Multiply this num.
i be interesting news to the "many and !shippers are encouraged Hazel Outlaw,, iUeaof the .
Growers Flonbel Bass, and will gain some depend-
law, thousands
of you .
lived I in ber by hundreds
friends of the Brians, as they CUT THE MEAT over the outlook for good prieN"I Alice Buzza, Janet Graves, Lucile

Osceola county for a number of years the citrus I fruit crop.) Fully one- Griffin, Lena Harvey, Amon Devault,, racy of the nation upon this golden fruit.
and all the children of the elder Bryan I the ," or more than 3,000- Kchweikurt, Eddie have been enacted to ,establish
CUT THE BUCK half of crop l Doyle Davis, Elmer All over the land, drastic measures!
is COMPETITORS J
now andowing
here. Mrs. Bryan OUR shipped,
t' grew up still to he ,
I V'VT I at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I C. 1000 boxes to the me disastrous freeze in California Bass, Fred Reuben Evans, Bass.David Cayson'I and, maintain a standard of purity in the milk supply. The purveyor o1!j, ,

+ A. Carson, in Kissimmee, and will they believe prices, will ad- Ram Downing Second (Grade.; unwholesome milk is universally condemned. No l less universal shotlfl l ,,"
spend large portion of her time HAMS-- will he l a good: I ,
a
--STAR them
!" and that Elizabeth who by shipping
here. vance fruit. However; there A. Div:Vera Gilbert, be the condemnation of the puneyor of Rieen; oranges;

i i., The ownership of the home passes I are demand no growers for in the state but what Parker Dorothy, Eva Satterficld Sessions, Marl'ieVhe..l Mildred( Getz, artificially colored, unripe fruit, makes it possible for you unknowinglyto

' 1 to that Co.of Ithe corporation Sterling-Worth which Sanitarium will 200TAYL : I: express their sympathy for the .western Joe er, Bryan, Kenneth Bronson, Glen J give; your baby what is little better than poison. The juice of any

a gioweis in their misfortune.Ingmrie Dietz, Jesse Bowen, Leroy the tree is unfit to take I
and improvements Cain, James not fully ripened\ on ,
wherever
alterations ,
received grown
:. immediately begin I have already been orungp,
changing the property from lein Bass, Leo Floyd ? ,I cH. and is poMthe menace to the health of a child.
at-r distributors a
.
by the large Div.-Uly Chapman Kerby into the, human system' ,, tOn

,, into an for up-to-date general sanitarium medical and and surgical hospital ,J![ ceivt'I' markets where Florida Chase Johns, Donald Kelly John Lee. Harry the other hand, t the juice of a mature' Florida orangp, sun-ripened on

j work. THE WEST KIS: _/ruit has never been shipped.for oranges J 1 Outlaw, Arthur Simpson, Claude Tag- the tree which has brought. ; it to fruition, is a combined natural! food-
5$| Co. have had! inquiries | Combs Young, Howard Mat.
block residence gart
l The large concrete II..C. Schrader/ & ,without equal
jm California. locks Charlie Parker, Bessie Crafton, tonic and regulator
will be remodeled and extended, so as ':: inifH ( ,
and
( the demands of the administration xy l inquiries from California, 1 i I.eola Hogan, May Kritz, Cello La When you see the name of the Florida Citrus Exchange stamped in
to meet '_.. for on !l.r tars of oranges Out
prices Pansy
McKoy
building and hospital. The Main Store- from Seattle, Wash Shippers believe Londe, Katherine Margaret Winn,, rod ot> the sides of the box, you may buy with the Absolute certainty
Phone 250 'law, Louise Regero
present kitchen and will butler's be converted pantry, intoa anda North Kissy-Bass Tomer \ the demand for Klonda fruitis Vivian Ford Dorothy Devault. that the fruit was ripened on the trees, and that you are buying the
diet kitchen
Phone 196. going to be general throughout Third 'Grnde.Charles ; fruit in the world. Size for
4 ':. new kitchen built, while the dining- Pine Box-Mabbette Street I the country, which means a good I I'I I Dann Charles Jackson, J hea\iest, juicie-,1, highest-flavored citrus _
will be doubled in capacity, over -10 GO cent more juice, and better
contains to
room builtan price for the balance of the season Walter Griffin, Frand! Reed l, JosephSears size! a Florida orange i jar

( rf'y; the up-to-date new: part aseptic of which operating will be room, .- - . 'I, The growers will then be able to "icIcupeiate >, Horace Dann, George; Reeves, juice at that, than any grown elsewhere. The best way to buy oranges

and Oft the same floor, hospital ward parks, making the place most attrac. I from the losses sufferedearlier Willie Johnson, I Edward: Mattocks, Ella and grapefruit is by the box. Your groceTwill be glad to sell them to
4 i tive and enjoyable, as well as physically because of the !pool carrying' Gardner; Lois Little. Thelma Sutton -
1
and JwlVoUtsfde private rooms On the for campus hospital will cases be, beneficial to the convalescent, qualities of some of then shipments Gladys; Gnffin;. Dorothy Miller, you that way. You will make a consi! ilerable saving in first cost and you

d j : '0 constructed bungalows;cottages, tent patient. The farm also contains five''I 1 The calamity to the ("ulifoima ('1'01''I I Dons :Nichols: Doris Collins. Ruby I will get fruit which is uniform in size and quality. A box of orange in

houses,"etc., designed for the best care acres of excellent muck land, pasture''I will make a great .hi lilTeien in,'themarketing Oliver, IYI'IIBUI'I'r, Margaret Lesley the house is one of the beat forms of health insurance. i
1 of sanitarium patients, and also accommodations and general farming land will produce of the Florida orange 1'01''j Clnud Ha rues, ,
r i provided for friends of everything consumed in the in and will true the fruit a wlth.rtl'l', Fourth (;rad.-.

i the convalescent patients who come stitution, fresh from the orchard, garden 'j bution., A, Div',--Ruth Ashton, Ethel Bass I, I I
etc.COLUMBIA. From some sections\ .m I loiidii :thin Nellie Bowen Hariet
i\\ from a distance. or dairy Huh{ dime; Bass, RP244AMerrillStevens
a A large bath-house, equipped with :; fruit is rarijing well while finni BU//II.: I Kthil: HaI'PI'n Fan"I'r.1
M others it is not 'I 1 hears i h sinn> coin I'hclma j
,
+ every facility for giving every kind BOYS II.i I an-Inr, Glad(;! \ luistine.
I of fresh water and sea baths, electric, ]>laint of fruit -InppcMl under. rrfng. iiilbeit. Edna: llaivcv, Lillian Harris,

Turkish or Russian baths and all DEFEAT H. S ..BOYSl '. iiation not carrying well! \\.th"1 i ( ;lady Howell. I Ruby Lugham, EtclkuMioup

,s kinds of electro-therapeutic and me- conditions are onll'" hat I impros I( Fiance, KiltI. I li/abeth. 1 Linn,

,i chano-therapeutic measures in the this week as there h.is IK'CM undone, KiJith :\1111..... I 10""., (lki) (',street, Irene

t t' treatment of diseased conditions or l \TCH CAME! OF B.\ KET: ami diy (days with cuol 'nights\ in J'lttinan., Main: I PloetDoiothy Ro- CompanyHave

the establishing and maintenance o( BALL RESULTING: 1 IN: StOKK sonic ,seitmiis 'ert., :Nh: | Si hell, Liu lie Whidden,
higher physicay standards by raisingthe OF UNEQUAL: PK.l'KES.(; I The citrus fruit. 'situation, since the Anna :\euport: I a State wide reputation for the quantity and qualityof

resistance of the patients. I huh ibiy.:- has been discounting: ( to H!, Dix',- Harry mold, Frank BalImger work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General Blacksmithing

ji The sanitarium will be under the the grower, Besules. the fruit canting always ;,- , Clinton Buss> Lytton Cosens, and Repairing I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding.
the supplyeemed I
t w direction of Dr. G. II. Benton, who recently The Columbia college team proved Poorly in advance of the demand Johnson Donald :'McKay Ralph White Oak. Mahoginy. Cypress and other Hardwoods always in '
| Call Keidel Bennie Santiago
r came here from Virginia and much for the High School team Plulippo, -
too :
$ Prices lime been low, It ,Is almost! \VIVeidler stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re-
who has had years of experience in of basket ball players in a match Bryan Simpson ,
the management of institutions of this Monday afternoon The score,, certain that the demand now will txcc I Ipieclict :Maurice Wilcox, Ray Young:, Elmo pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence; solicited. '
haled .d i the supply and many shipper .
character. Jt will include the most was fi to 13. I $ box for oranges Griffv; ( Claue Swinnev. 600 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
| $150! to :J Per
.i, r modern and advantageous equipment The contest came off in the presence 'J| Fifth Grade.A I
h possible in every department, includ- of a large crowd gathered on folhippil1J.:' point. the i Div,-Jessie. Bowen, Grace Eleanor ;t-4tpd 1 .

ing an extensive laboratory where the open lot opposite the high school Packing houses throughout I Graves; Peachie Hyman, Cornelia -
4' verified state have been opened, but only a Lancaster, Janette Sullivan Nellie -
careful diagnoses are accurately building. The game was not close
c',: and where such remedies as 'nti- enough to be intensely interesting, small force is employed to fill ordersor Hansel), Lucile Downing, ChristineKritz

J toxins and autoginous vaccines will but the high school boys had the encouragement be on hand if needed,Present indications : Margaret Lee, Ada Louise Set More Fruit
begin
that the rush will
be manufactured specifically/ for each of a large number of are Simpson, Mattie Stanford, Lenore ,
4'4 case in hand. their school mates and friends and about January 20, and by that Van Duzer, Elmer Hinckley. .

i .p The sanitarium will also, ,maintain' they put up a game fight. The Columbia time most houses will be running full\ a Div.-Harry McAdoo, Harry Tee bloom on yoar trees now U the foundation .f year
ship1menta
;; a training school.for nurses(under the team was composed of boys force. It is certain that, ,heavy; Schell.. crop next fall and the only blooms that count are the

management of Mrs., G., W. Action,, much heavier: and in fact they had will be made as soon as cool- Sixth Grade. J'' ODes that "set" their fruit__You'll IOM some fruit by 'dropping

r'' '.; ',.,now one of the teaching force of,,one every, advantage. The spirit of the er weather prevails.ROTUNDO A. Div.-Frank Bryan, Edgar Bryan -' or splitting, so make your trees Ht every orange theypossibly ,

e t' "li.\,.;.;' of the, largest general hospitals in play,'however, was well exhibited, and ,. Allie Mae Cummins, Mary Tiller, can NOW, by proper cultivation: end sArmour'sCitrus

t S the North, assisted by surgical the visit of the Columbia boys was BUILDING'SOLD Sadie Bryan, Theresa Dietz.

t ? nurses. the occasion for a good time. They B. Div.-Murray Overstreet.
'' The farm which contains 85 acres were entertained at the homes ,of C. TO KRITZ Seventh Grade. FertilizersWe

of land, 18 acres of excellent orange A. Carson, S. P. Lupfer and Mrs. A. Beulah McKinzie, Katherine Jackson -
'i: '' and grapefruit land suitable for the I V. Bearden. Margaret Stanford, Mary Howell, make the finest grades of chemical end animal goods Ia

production of any tropical fruits, will 'I The game was played in two twen- SOUTH CAROLINA MAN: WHO BE- Ruth Howell, Charlie Regero, Harold thirteen special analyses for citrus trees--goods to III YOUR

i + be in direct charge of Mr. Robert Hol- I ty minute halves, the first half re- LIEVES KISSIMMEE PROPERTY Hinckley. needs.__Our booklet fully describing these foods .is free.

t I loman, of Indiana, former president of sulting in a score of 22 to 4, in Colum- Eighth Grade. Talk with
the Indiana State Farmer's Institute, bia's favor. Tiller made twelve of GOOD INVESTMENT.The : I, Lynette Hogan, Elsie Dietz, Edna I

'' 4 who is not only an expert farmer but the points scored for Kissimmee. Roy Calkins: Amy Makinson, Phena R. S. FLOYD Kissimmee Fla

:' ; a successful and experienced landscape Culp umpired; Philip Edwards was Stroup.; ,

S gardener. Several acres of referee, and Blitch scored. The gameat Rotundo building, corner of Ninth Grade.
land will be devoted to the lawns and Kissimmee was the last of a series Broadway and Darlington, was sold Lois Linn, Paul Linn, Frank Calk- Armour Fertilizer Works
; r the latter part of last week to J. P. ins Hugh Bush Celeste Moseley. Jacksonville Fla. .
'' ; -----5-- played on the road by Columbia'steam. ,
The line-up was as follows: Kritz. of Cheraw, S. C. ,Tenth Grade.

COLUMBIA ** Position KISSY The building is occupied by Dann __ Harold Buzza, Eleanor Moseley, tl
i1 -I New Park Hotel Hoover Center C. Prentis Bros. grocery business and the up- Nellie Calkins Alice Stute. I

Chalker Guard Stute, E. per floor is being used as a rooming Twelfth Grade. ------- .- -

4 i i'' I Cor. Broadway and Dakin Tribble Guard Bulloch B. house. The change of ownership does Cecelia C;>verstreet. III. (

Kissimmee, Fla. Johnson Forward Johnson L. not mean that there will be any

-Y Hyer Forward Tiller W. change in the business that is now A little girl remarked to her mama

NEW MANAGEMENT The Columbia boys left Tuesday being conducted there. Dann Bros. on going to bed, "I am not afraid of
W.
W. YOUNG
Of LIBRTY
,S' NEW IDEAS morning for their return trip to Lake have a lease of two years on the build- the dark." C NT R, OHIO

NEW RATES City. They were a.fine. lookingset ing with a promise, for an extension 1 "Mo, of course not," replied her
NEW IMPROVEMENTSMeals of youngsters and made a favorable of the same period., Mr. Kritz mamma. Tells the Truth About( Spme Land

Thirty-five cents straight impression. I bought the building solely as an. in- I "I was a little afraid once, when 1

f t Clean Beds and Rooms fifty cents vestment. He regards- .property. in went into the nantrv to gets tart.. Near Kissimmee, Which He
Kissimmee as a good investment, and "What 0(1"
tw, Death of George Donegan, Jr. I were you afraid
'i' ; ALF W LAW, Mgr. has proved his belief by investing extensively I "I was afraid I couldn't find the Has For Sale.
/ ;
George Donegan, Jr., the 14 year here. The sale of the Ro- tarits." ,
old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Done- tundo building was conducted by II. ,

[ AUTOS ALMOST gan, died at the home of his parentsin M. Breaker, who has. sold Mr. Kritz The American-Why did you leave Three years ago when in Kissimmee, I bought several tracts of : '

Bessemer, Ala., Friday of last and his brother a considerable lot of your Italian hills? land because they were cheap. The best at these tracts lies within i(

'I x' : V GIVEN AWAY week, and was buried there the next real estate in various sections of the The Ex-Brigand-Too tame. Whj one mile of the city limits of Kissimmee and on one of the improvedhard '

day.The town. J. P. Kritz is a brother of I only killed two people a month then roads. I'cannot use all of these lands myself, altho I am improving I

1 Used cars taken in exchange, guaranteed lad was well known in Kissimmee. Frank and Arno Kritz, who are livingin but since I became a chauffeur it's t some of them, and have therefore divided the above tract r'.

t: L l,\ l' in perfect condition, and with His father, who ill a brotherof Kissimmee.The poor month when I can't land twenty into 5 and 10 acre lots and am offering them at a little advance overcost

.;, ''I all equipment. We always have car lion. Arthur E. Donegan, lived here Rotundo building fronts 25 in the hospital. the prices being $50 and $60 per acre. I want to lee these
hand. formerly and he had severalwinters lots made into
,
bargains on spent --'-: happy homes. I frankly admit that there will be a
.
"} ,i\I\\ -.-. One ,,1500 Ibs. Lozier for $400.00. in Kissimmee, attending the I little profit in it for me, but I it will be a small one. Men are not
k 'Would make-'fine delivery wagon. public school. always governed by greed.T his land is
as fine as can be found in
BJ..,' One 1912 REO, 5 pass., driven 8200 He possessed a bright mind and SEMINOLE LAND &. INVESTMENT COMPANY the State of Florida, and it lies close to the 'rapidly growing city of '
?' f." miles. $650.00 lovable disposition, and gave promiseof Kissimmee the ..5
county seat of Osceola ..
'r county, and is certain to be .
'J. One Warren-Detroit, 36 h.p. 5 pass., developing into a man of fine char worth doubl or treble the
present in
price two
STOCKI three when
: or if
'S ,J''[ Y5p" 1911, cost.new $1850, driven 4000 acter. The news of his death came in = good I lands close I I in will be all taken but I years "
up, want to so epeople, :,
miles, to go at $600.00. the form of a message to Senator made happy on these small farms. J
i iYI.... We are agents for LOZIER-MICIH- Donegan. Death was caused by ab- can sell 500 shares of the stock of the Seminole Land &: Investment I have placed
; these : :
for
),r ,: GAN,40 and R-C-11 cars, send for catloguea. cess of the brain. Co. Why pays the president or treasurer of the above Kissimmee who IOlltaprl' sale with H. M. Breaker & Co., 01, 'i;:. .
$20 a .share for stock which are fine,
His company they are buying from Il men, and you can communicate ,;'
parents are assured of the at from $7 to $}0 per'share and selling to you at $20 per a are. with them or write direct to me. -I1It'TI''e' .
heart felt sympathy of a host of when you can buy direct from me at $10 share. :
rJ; per *
MICHIGAN MOTOR CAR CO.West friends in Kissimmee and Osceola W. W. YOUNG. "**: ,&,!

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/RIPAY.' ,JANUARY 24 1913 VALLEY' GAZETTE. ,PAeE3'n ':
. THE, ;;KISSIMMEE ; .

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aMY ., extremes of, emotions and theInd'ana'I PRESENTED LEE'S: .
SEMINOLES WERE attributed, their conduct' to having .

been 'bewitched.' John Jumper concluded PICTURE TO SCHOOL -tit. Some Holiday 'BargainsEightroom .$ .

OR HOLT'S SUBJEGT that', he would attend'the meet.intan4 l/: ..
test the strange power himself .
and ha in ,turn became 'be:-, PLEASING CEREMONY COMMEMORATED : two-story house and 50 foot lot on North Main ,

witched.' When he, had found,' peace', BIRTIIDAY OF GREAT street, close In, house'rented for $20 per 'month to good tenant,

Id LECTURE AT COLUMBIA by believing ,in Jesus Christ and accepting .. house is modern,,fine place to.keep roomers and. still have room for =.....-- ,
- -. the. white' man's religion- 1 SOUTHERN GEN RAr. fair size family Price$2,000( :favorable.terms of payment.. w
went before his and a TWO COTTAGES CHEAP W. have a five room modern'.cot,
boldly people
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dN claimed it with such power that. pro-j tags, and a three room 'cottage;) each have, lots, ample room for

PASTOR OF. KISSIMMEE'i. BAPTIST' : were largely influenced by it and: in The Osceola High School was presented 'other house, on paved street. -Owner says sell, and we want an offer .

. CHURCH DELIVERED.. DISCOURSE .: this ,way the Christian.was Introduced a* handsome.. photoengravedlikeness" on these places, and if possible will accept
the Seminoles. The effect of p{ General Robert E. Lee CHEAP LITTLE FARM-19'acres good land less than ,two
BEFORE STUDENTS among
this on the Indians, themselves' was :Monday morning at chapel by the nilea from the city limity of Kissimmee; 8- acres fenced with hoe .

AT LAKE CITY< immediately .apparent, and Juniper local chapter' Daughters of the Con :fence, with:two wires above; about.four acres cleared;''two-room ,

err'MAMA rnskcc the "bctl-i .- and-those who accepted Christ at once federacy.. 'ouse; good 'deep well of soft water;"good soil; will'wrap it up for -
bread
cake and pies owe The exercises were simple* but Im- for $.50. Sacrifice price but sell.. ,,, t u
ever did see, and she uses put all enmity' of the whites out of ou- owner says
A news dispatch from Lake City pressive. Representing the"'rlocal '
their hearts, and accepted the habits, ORANGE ANj) GRAPEFRUIT GRQVE-20 acre one mil. l''
While Clover Hour under date of January 17, says: habiliments and I implements of, civilization camp'of Confederate veterans was rom city limits, all good land, 16 of it ii fine citrus fruit land, bal. ;
The second in a series of lectures Capt. J. M. Gardner, who offered the h
('cause she h ." nee good trucking land, all fenced-16 acres cleared, 5 acres bearing'rove ;
ors ts more bet from men of prominence;' to be given; prayer. Rev. Dr. A. J. Holt made the "
ter than consisting of tangerines grapefruit peaches and --I
egos any other (lour.. "It would have been far better, Mr. oranges, ,
pn' I guess my.mama knows. at Columbia college 'occurred on Holt remarked, "had all the Indians of presentation on behalf of the Will pears, with some lemons, guava., etc 4-room house stable,-well
Satisfaction. guaranteed.A Thursday morning, when Rev. Dr. A. Florida the inevitable and :Bryan Chapter, U. D. C., and Principal and chicken house. Owner is nearly blind and will sell this val. '
trial! wilt convince. J. Holt of Kissimmee addressed the accepted R. M. Evans'of the High School; includes .
gone to the far West. Had they doneso uable property for $3700, on terms if desired. This price ;
assembled student body in the college responded. Among those presentwere (F
"YOUR GROCER HAS IT they would have been advanced in consideradle fruit on trees.
auditorium. The speaker's subjectwas civilization and' enlightened with Mrs. C. A. Carson, president of LAKESIDE FARM AND GROVE-127 acres excellent .land, i
the Seminole Indians, and in a the chapter, Mrs. Milton Bryan, Mrs.J. .
churches, schools and colleges, farms, frosting on lake,.and extending to county road, fenced and cros- ,
most pleasing manner of address he Z. Roberson Mrs. J. M. Gardner
,
fenced about 8 bearing fine hammock Ifowhig'
f cities and villages almost equal to acres grove, some ; #
delighted his audience for fully an those of part of the United States.I Mrs. A. B. Jarrell, Rev. A. M. Chis- wels; six-room house, good stable., fine view of lake and town from ;; '
hour with this subject of absorbing any holm of the Christian church and ...
house banana : hi;
suppose that the Seminoles, referring grove near house, pretty pals and live oaks around f
interest.Dr. to those in the West,have as largea Homer*T. Wilson, the lecturer. the house, fine home and valuable property, for sale at $100 per
Holt is considered one of the The following order of exercises
proportion of their tribe as membersof acre, or will divide place and sell part with grove and improvements.Come s
best authorities on the Seminoles in marked the presentation:
churches of the most se this valuable property. +
the state. His introduction to them as people Opening Song, "America," by the .
f paw favored sections of the United States. HOME ADJOINING CITY LIMITS-23 acres adjoining city
!)
was due to the fact that his uncle, Dr. school..
limits drive off hard look
The Seminoles 'remaining in Flor- road onto farm, can down main 'street
yet
II. F. Buckner, was missionary to the Prayer, Capt. J. M. Gardner. ."
from porchL pretty location, over 200 bearing trees
ida are a mere handful in comparison very orange l;
Creek Indians and the Seminoles. perhaps not more than three or Presentation, Rev. A. J. Holt. and other fruits, six-room house, three room servant's house, pretty @f
During the civil war Dr. Holt was appointed Response, R. M. Evans.
four hundred. With patriotic stubbornness shade, beautiful'place with city advantages and yet enjoy freedomof
..
by S. D. Maxey, who'afterward The of the revered southern
birthday
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they have constantly rejected the country. Owned by a widow in Pensylvania who offers this 5
5-2i t became senator from Texas, as all of the overtures of the American chieftain of the sixties was observed place for $4500, time on $2000, if desired. r,

: courier, whose business it was to convey people," continued the speaker, by the postoffice and the banks, OTHER.FLORIDA HOMES AND INVESTMENTS. ;,
messages over the Indian terri but aside from the exercises at the
"and are still the !inhabitant of the .
tory. In this way he formed an ac- school there was no other public
Why are Sunday dinner usuallythe far, inaccessible interior of the Evet- '
I
quaintanceship with Col. John Jumper action to indicate the significance of NELSON REALTY COMPANY
best? glades, retaining for thu most part ,. Y
of the Seminoles. In 1876, whilea the day. "
student at the Southern Baptist the 'tress, language, manners and cus- Over Citizens' Bank J.KISSIMMEE, FLAt,-

Theological seminary Dr. Holt was toms"of their forefathers of centuriesago. LINES:' ON THE BACK OF

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appointed missionary to the Seminoles | A CONFEDERATE NOTE.
But, in the opinion of Mr. Holt, theyare
the Indians themselves, in their -
foredoomed race unless Y
they
as a
national council, requested that he be Note.-The
following piece of verse.
do accept the inevitable encroachmentof
appointed. lie immediately entered I was sent to the Gazette for repro- .
civilization. The lecturer closed
(. I I upon his work and bettled within one by hinging a song composed by John duction by Theodore F. Martin, El "Let Proof Show thejfroorWe
I mile of John Jumper's cabin, from Dorado Sprines ..10.ReprebentinJf .
in the native vernacular and
Jumper, ,
I 1 whom he received in'person the his- ,
) F'itecauee took his seat amid long, and loud applause are State Representetfves for the .
tone facts of the Seminoles and they
nothing on God's earth '/
[may j be taken as authentic. Dr Holt from the audience. now, BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES 4

ris also pastor of 1\1 rs. !Minnie Moore And naught in thu waters below it, ,
I Wilson, the gifted authoress of the WANTS COMMISION- As the pledge of a nation that's dead All Kinds Stationary and Marine

book called the Seminoles of Florida, and gone, and

and has had frequent conversationswith ERS TO TAKE NOTICE Keep it, dear friend and show it. Boilers ,

the better the day the her regarding the Seminoles. Show it to those who will lend an ear Engines, Hoisting Engines .
Beginning; with the first facts of To the tale that this tell
paper can
better the meal! .
and Carry a General Line of Supplies
their history, the speaker told interestingly Oil. TAYLOR SAYS HE IS COMINGTO Of liberty born of the patriot's dream, t

Meats For Sunday Dinner I how that the Seminoles were LIVE IN:' OSCEOLA COUN. Of a storm cradled nation that fell.\. , for all Purposes i,o

I I originally a part of the Creek Indians Too poor to possess the precious ores,

Our Long Suit! of Alabama. About one thousand of TV FOR KEEPS. And too much of a stranger to bor- THE rf. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO. .

r |, these wandered off from the Creeks row,
20 OCEAN STRE'ET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1: and came into Florida, the Creeks giving We issued today our promise to pay, 'w
A Liberal Amount of Suet With Each
Local and Long Distance Phone. per
"I am back home and make uses
going .
them the name of Seminole, meaning And hoped to repay on the morrow. - -. --, .
FINE ROAST! a wanderer, which has been corrupted I my arrangements to come to Osceola The days rolled by and the weeks be-
the to Seminole. county and live," said Dr. Albert J. ..
I English
: by came ;years, --- ,
"Tho immediate cause of the Semi Taylor of Caribou, Maine, Monday. But coffers still
our were empty ;
That Suits Every Good Cook! nole war," said Dr. Holt, "was the "And I wish you would'say for me Coin was so rare that the treasury'd Distance bs

fact that a great many negroes ran that my decision to visit this sectionwas quake .. 296 .
AMONG OUR BOASTS, away from their owners in Georgiaand brought about through readingthe If a dollar should drop in the till. AdvertisingLong _

Alabama and took refuge among Valley Gazette I want the But the faith that ,was in us was

Are Our Sunday Roasts! the Seminoles in Florida. The ownersof County Commissioners to know that strong, indeed, is saying the right thing ;

these slaves demanded i that the Indiana they have been doing a mighty good And our poverty well we discerned, .:' N .
TIET,tHDULP tlUCE YOU I TAsLEt surrender the slaves thing for their county in sending the the ; :: .:;i'l r i
should ,And this'little check, represented the at right time 'w:: ', v
which the Seminoles refused to- do, paper out to possible' investors. I pay' ''' \Ir.- ,

RULL BASS saying that they had nothing to" do have been getting the/paper and I've That our suffering veterans earned. ,/-t i : ;*: "1.\> , in the. .right kway r ai

with the negroes ,coming to them and been reading it, and as result. I am I We knew it had hardly a value in gold, I

MARKETOur that they would not have to do with here. Not only am I here, but I'm Yet as gold each soldier recieved it; We make a sDeclalt 0' planning, p.1'eparing

their return. going to do what I can conservativelyto It gazed in our eyes with a promiseto literature and conducting campaigns for
of the I get others to come. This is-a fine Land Companies, Boards of 'Trade, Municipalities -
The lecturer spoke attempt pay, and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN .
"
of the United States government to I country, and an ideal place to live. And each Soutb.ern patriot believedIt. ------

treat with the Seminoles, to. give them IN KISSIMMEE HE I .

word-- land iji the West in exchange: for the; .. READS OF ICE But our boys thought little of price [ ADVERTISERS

land in Florida, and of incidents of I or of pay,

May that we be good permitted portraits to suggest ate i the war which lasted thirty years, Aisitor Who in Glad That lie Didn'tSpend Or of bills that were over-due; .

most happy reminders to relatives cost the '"United" States government Winter at Home. We knew if it brought. us our bread TAMPA FLORIDA11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111H !

and friends at Thanksgiving : 10,000 I lives and $10,000,000. Bespoke today,

and Christmas time. The also of the treaty at the end of Welch lives at in 'Twas the best our poor country -- .- '
good portrait carries with it which held the I Mallory Apopka I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 111I +
I the war was .near with about could do.
It I Orange county. Along
is a the world always of good welcome thoughts.and high- present town of Fort Meade, on Peace 30 other boys hi qualified last springin Keep it, it tells all our history: o'er, I Grave Covers and Vaults a .Specialty |

ly prized gift. 'i river. In this treaty the United a coin contest in that county.* A From the birth of our dream till

W ewant to assure you that I States commissioner, Gen. Jessup, few days ago he was awarded a prize the last; WHITE: BRONZE
we are prepared to give you the proposed to the chiefs, Osceola, John of for bushels of Modest, and born of the angel Hope, "
I $100 growing fifty '
best work in the latest approved I(I Jumper and Billy Bowlegs, that they of ground. The boys Like our hope of success, it passed. Is the most enduring .monument
designs! and that your early or- corn pn one acre "
der for portraits will insure, you I cede the land of Florida in exchange averaged over thirty-six bushels to made. Will not get moss-grown
of careful attention for Western lands, which terms were SENATE RECORD INIMI'EACIIMENT
the perfection the acre, most of them following plansof crack or crumble. Is more artisticand
to detail. indignantly rejected when Osceola CASES.
I cultivation laid down by the gov-
i'
Will you kindly phone or writea furiously thrust his sword in the place less expensive.
time for a sitting? ernment agricultural department.While
Respectfully, I where his signature was to be put, fifty bushels is not such an The Senate has sat as a court of u Write me and I will call.
saying "this is mY signature." enormous yield' for Florida, it is big impeachment in the cases of the following -
WILDER'S STUDIO I "John Jumper told me," continuedthe enough to make the Florida farmers accused officials, with the result I JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE O.HtH .

speaker, "that when he was taken stated: I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I

_. prisoner by-Gen. Jessup and under the. rich.And it should be remembered that William Blount, Senator from( Tennessee Y

flag of truce, which Gen. Jessup had Apopka lies way to the south and is in in 1799; charges dismissed: for :

violated, that his blood boiled with not nearly so good a corn section as want'of jurisdiction, he having pre-

If you want a indignation at the injustice, and that Escambia county or any section of viously resigned. r

Ii BARGAIN he bided his time, being determined West Florida. John Pickering, Judge of the United

to wreak vengeance upon the white This contest and its result has bene- States District Court for New Hampshire "The Dixie Limited"t
.
ORANGE GROVE race. These threats of vengeance be- fitted Orange county in several ways ; removed from office in 1804. .

ing conveyed to his children and tribein and demonstrates the wisdom and Samuel Chase, Associate Justice of '
or land to grow which they all shared." good policy of the Boys' Corn Clubs. I I:'the' Supreme Court of the United , The Morning Observation Car

and Here'' Dr. Holt gave an illustrationof The Pensacola Journal has all along States;. acquitted; 1805. I Between < ,
Oranges the bitter antagonistic spirit of the encouraged; these clubs end we again' James H. Peck, Judge of the United ,

Seminoles toward the whites. "Chief I say their importance cannot be em- States District Court for Missouri; Jacksonville, St. Louis and Chicago_
Grapefruitsee
Jumper was endeavoring to light his phasized too strongly. Pensacola acquitted; 1831. "

BUCKELS pipe with flint and steel, experiencingno Journal. West H. Humphreys, Judge of the via .

1_ I little difficulty in the attempt. Dr. United States District Court for Ten-

I Buckner, my uncle, standing )by. 'I A prisoner on his trial, in answerto nessee; removed from office; 1862. ATLANTIC COAST LINE r

.A struck a match and offered it to him. the charge, pleaded "not guilty." Andrew Johnson, President of the
-
-
I. ----House--------What-- caused you The Indian indignantly rejected the The jury found the charge proved and United States; acquitted; 1868. The Standard Railroad of the SOQth. a

Ladyof proffered light, remarking, 'White in passing sentence the judge said: William W. Belknap, Secretary of LEAVES JACKSONVILLE: DAILY 9:35 A. M. j x

to become a tramp? man fire no good!' "But to show the "You're not only guilty, but ye come War, acquitted; 1876. ..... ,.s

Ragged Rogers The family physi-take power of the gospel," he continued, here and tell lies, saying ye're not." Charles Swayne, Judge of the Unit- PULLMAN STANDARD SLEEPING AND COMPARTMENT, ..' V?;*CARS ...
He advised me to tf' p%
cian, mum. I've ,"and that it was neither bayonet nor The prisoner who followed ,next for ed States District Court for the Northern DINING, CARS 1. ." ..
an'
long walks after me meals, bullet that caused the civilization of trial was doubtless influenced by this, District of Florida; acquitted; ....j "

been walking after 'em ever since. the Seminoles-this statement is his- and supposed it would be well for himto 1905. .4 ,i

in the torical-Dr. Buckner began preaching take another course, so he pleaded I For Pullman reservations and tickets call on \.
Visitor-I saw your husband Agent AtlanticCoast Line or {
You sneer at pet I any ,
Miss
rowd in In fact, he was among the negroes of the Seminoles, "guilty, in an almost selfsatisfiedvoice. Passay- may '
towntoday.
oclose that I could have touched hintIlopteseThst's and a great revival of religion sprangup dogs, but they're faithful anyway. I'd A. W. FRITOT, D P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND/D."p" At.+, I syf yti '

strange. At home in which the usual extravagancesof "Oh, ye're guilty, are ye," said the rather kiss a good dog than some men. Jacksonville, Fla.. Tamp, Fla.. .. ;

lie is so .close that nobody can touch the negroes'manifested themselves judge, "and comehere to ,.brag, about Mr. Sharpe-Well, well, some men s' -

','j i him to the extent that they went into the It,.do I are born lucky. 'I"r' .
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r i :: .. UnUnln IUtm: HISTORIAN' OFKU church parsonage as yet.of the He is First staying Methodist at the 14 POUND RADISH ". I


: KLANTAMPA DeSoto, hotel,. awaiting" the Arrival of GROWN BY :EANSLER ,
'
i FOR KLUX 'foods from Chattanooga i (
RENT ; his household .* *
', t '
.
Are Glad'to Announce
.
where
his last .
Tenn. charge,
.......--.!'!, ,<
One KISSIMMEE
: six-room house. he has been stationed for the last ON IIIS'FAR MNEAR Ito ,

One four-Foom 'house. MINISTER. TO' WRITE, four years. .. WITHOUT FERTILIZER OR our many friends and customers that. we. expect to move into our X

.. STORIES ON THE ORGANIZA From the Virginia conference, EXTRAORDINARY CARE.

:, '. ', ,- ,Five and I.where> '1' mPBIP- Centered.! t _the .
{ ten**cre tract"adjolningr TION1 FOR-MAGAZ1NE.\ .: r, {' .
'
4 city limits. ministry, he was transferred to thr- Fansfer1'ront NeiiY'tore;; No. 310 Broadway
Again? ,
First Methodist church ae Little Rock,

Bargains, in Citrus' Groves. The originator of the movement to Ark., After a four years' stay there Yes;, it must done be so.it again.S; T. Fansler He has next week and Invite all to visit us and see cur display. of the largest

hn; he went to the First Methodist church has gone and stock ofFurniture
of
t erect a monument to the memory in all sorts of garden
J Mrs the Ku Klux Klan is Dr. W. E.Thompson at Memphis for, four yearn longer. I been bringing for the last six months

E. E. Wells First, recently Methodist appointed church pastor in this of city the, St.Then John's he was Methodist appointed church pastor at of Mem-the that truck was here grown less than on a a place ago that, and he t and House Furnishings 'f j

year
"' : where ho stayed the full term, opened up
phis, ,
Phone .118 Wilson Building says the Tampa Times. his the Chat- they are all 'prize winners. between Jacksonville and-Tam pa, and make ally suggestions as to"

Dr.' Thompson is an 'authority on before appointment the First Fansler has never used any ferti- J I the best arrangement of the lock. It will pay you to get our
p, the of the Ku Klux, as wellas tanooga church, and then to )
t .=U3mmm: : : : : *: # : :*" * subject Methodist church in this city. lizer of the commercial kind. Ills I II prices before buying elsewhere.Kissimmee.
other matters concerning the I-'out
A h.// I lie II
is home made entirely.
1 1I ulnae
-- -- ,. .- I He has madea: study of the, Ku ;Mrs. Thompson 1 has accompaniedi I it himself and has done the I
ditched j
i. to this city, and' j is I staying wun
{ Klan with the view of writing a nisi i
manual' )labor himself; what fertilizer
tory of it, and a series of artirlci him 1 at the DcSuto ho'Their' / two Furniture Co.
j school ;Mr.I i has been placed on the. land has come
children, however, are I in ,
YOU NEEDOur ; which he has prepared" !, with :i.It.w
daughter studying I wIHal1d..lph.lIIIl'ulI. t : from his cowpen.I ... "
to puhlu-ntion. will appear/ some. time I Thompson's Phone 52
i i- I Monday he. brought in a radish that
; while his hoy in :
during/{ the year in one of the leadnlg/
Brick Catalogue, if you are malrazim' of the country. While ;.Mr.I the ;Mi-fall! preparatory .school atChattanooga. weighed/ 14 pounds and measured! : H {

t' going to build. We handle I : inches in circumference. It was a
I Thompson has not closed an arrange- i ,:: I
every kind of Brick, large or I meat with a pviiodical for the puhji-, -- wonder' but it i is no more wonderful lit II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I > i i I I I tI IM I I I I I I I I I I I I | | | | | .tI
} | i
small lots. i than other things that the name far-!I
Shipments any- I cation of t Hie articles on the. Ku Kl.ix PURE fOODCT IS <
where. I toot has. grown. He has the finest
.| Klan he ha, had offer1from tan
cauliflower. plant, that has ever been
,
GET OUR PRICES FIRST i sources.llr. EffECTIVE FEB. 1 ;, seen. 111' this .section. It stands some I'' I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 II I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 I III I I II ..
S 1 AND ) Thompson. and hi.> interest\ m
SAVE MONEY. I
four feet. tall and! measures three feet
-
. -
i southern 111,101'111,1 southern < miditions I

I are new' to this city l but l unopportunity ',.\1.1. PA< l\ \.KS( );: Ml :ST II."E1:1': : | from the tip of the leaves on one side I
to the other extreme of the plant. FERTILIZER[ [ IS SOLD ON ITS MERITS
:
A. C. Conyers I the man, as. to a 'lieconie speaker a<-and<|Uiniiti-d hitorian with \\IHIII: /; I r or (CONTKNTS: : | Mr. Kansler was a Wisconsin photographer I I

I 1'1. \1\1.\: i-Ki.vri-i: : > I I without
will lie afforded next I :Sunday t"' (-Jung/ ; / previous experience -
i.. If its a Brick I have it : when from' the t pulps of the, I I'irst t tI -. in farming until he came to Kis- :' Distinctive Quality Count For as Much in Fertilizers as Any

simniee, and he is making I Other Article: Efficient Service Likewise Has Its Value.FA.VORITE .
i ;Methodist ihuirh, the I 1 pt-tor" will ,
Dnal l Bldg. Jacksonville Fla: I I ( "mnll"'nnrl' ' "I'! Agruultuie, .. '\". A. I small of land the I
; a patch
!liver a ','('Iu,,' un "Kiihi-it I 1): I.rr." ( icnJ supplying
I MiKinha, sent out to all parties m-
local/ market with fresh
tic-man, I'ntriot. :Soldier"' vegetables I
2-4t pd. (tcn-sted. in' the Slate, the, following/ no- i FERTILIZERSare
_- Iii 'trfOlnng hI t the liituie aid flit i every day of the year lie did this

i jwar, the nuniMri} said: : ".\l 1.fall.. In. i I ttur. I lelutivi: to the going/ into effect during the summer when others were

land eight HIK I Ir- sea four yearIT" of tinI'lorid.i, 1',1F..od, / and Drue; sa'illthat/ a I summer garden couldn'tI. made to give results-nol lo sell at a low price. The difference I

vice on the, ('oiitVdrrati1, -I'll-, ) I wa.ehaplaingeneial .' Ait., on the i ln-t day of February : grown in this clinfalt His HUCvesj in the cost of a good Fertilizer over a cheap one will more
I
: of the ( 'unf'edeutt., ,- "}".."t tau weekfrom this date: should be encouraging to others than be made up in your yield.
.1 TITLE 'I Toholesule/ iunl. retail.. dealers Careful little detail
..t-t'iaiis, fur lilo yeais.! attention to every promptness always
iniinufai'tiirt-i t 1 and consumers of food and high regard for customers'wishes have helped to
llr." Thompson said. .the movement toerert a your
; GUARANTY a memorial to the' KH: KJu\ I" odu, I". canned goods and all foot I, OSCEOIA BEATS THE make us and our famous Fertilizers the Favorite brands in such

? Klan/ fHu' out of a .'I..h'h'l'h he -old in I patkages. The time limit allowed I i great demand.

,3' COMPANY mad two year- ro in, <(< ;it-oijriti J Illhad to dispose, of j good, legally on. WORLD fOR CANE I

r r l |IIa"I"/ ; .| ,. O'g'"ll.lItlOli' ; :and ,its hand August :3!, li'll' I. not in accordance INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER! COMPANY

r- e .) purpose, 'od t nol./ 'it iiaout wollhy with the pure food luw thatlncame

,'I 1 Guarantees (the Title to Lands, of a IIIIMIIIII, ,. Ihr I Id.took hold./ elfertivc August ::1!, 1SU1 "illexpne FINE: SAMPLES OF Sl'CAK; MAKING I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

,. Prepares Merchantable Ab- III the Southtlthougll: in the. ;Ninth; it February., 1 I. I'.ll.! :!, see circular ; ; PHODITT imniGur; FROM Agricultural Chemical Insecticide Special Mixture

''I lt!d .'i'' tracts of Title to Timber and uapicked/,. IMII.' :in,,
; nu-n'hants, wholesale and J. M. LEE, Agent.
!; w Colonization Tracts anywhere ITicat\ .III..f ''I11'I'/II"I \ many pcr retail .

in Florida. l"j 1 J"I,1'/" t ,, Ins 1111'11.) it- llr'" dealermanufacturers and consumers -

-. Thompson'/, tan -lion whose imfannlianty ate hereby notified that on andafter Several stalks of sugar cane were | :
'Hi i brought in Saturday by A. K. Thomasof I i 11 I I I I 1111 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
1 "" with Iht. Ku Klux'soik anilideals Fehiuary 1 I. Ull-'l! : all packages '

r'' I I'I permits them, to conceive' of I the of food must have the net weight/ or the New Eden Plantation and exhibited -'.

the measuie of its Contents correctly flat-' i at II. flay Stanford's storei i
organization III light only of its i( |I .
n -- -
Titles to City Lots last day, when II passed into an olijeetional'le ed in tins of weight or measure Mr. Thomas asserts. that the stalks I

f 1'r EXAMINE PROMPTLY. J extteme."The "conspicuously, legibly and correctlyon were only average of u ,'ror'rown I

the outside of the package." on five acres; they showed :'tl matured! SPRING CITRUS BOOK :
erection of a monument. to i II |
I Also that joints, and the of the
all length I I
average
the Ku Klux Klan would he an admir- /goods containing any I

{ I I able thing to do," Dr. Thompson said. I chemical preservatives such as formaldehyde t stalks was about 15 feet. The plantation rntltlfd I II I J

LEWIS O'BRYAN, Manager salicylic acid, Kalicylates I' company has!' made already I j Full I '
,
4 "The plan as it now stands is to raise Crop Half Drop i {
d Kiasimmre. Office. ] funds for a monument the place for I boric acid or borates, benzoic acid Or 2200 gallons of syrup, and the mill is I I '
benzoates, flourides still running. It is thought that tht.1 I r Which ?
or
I i its location to l">e decided later, after or, if it con- I -
the plan i is well under tains any artificial sweetener such as crop will average (>UK) /gallons to the
way. saccharin dulcin, or glucin cannot be ''acre. The syrup is selling in the local I This booklet gives the reason' for string. fertilizing description of
"I do not know of anything that entered I formulas to be used, the amount time, and mode of Sent
'+{ v Head Office: Bis bee Building, legally sold in the State of Florida. I market for 7.:; cents a gallon. application.

Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches:: I into the saving and establish- Inspectors are instructed to reportto President Stanford of the Board of I on request.

Kissimmee, Fla., Fort Myers, I, ment of white supremacy in the South this office all cases of misbranding I Trade had a photograph of the cane I IDEAL methods have made the banner groves.SEED ,
after the war so much the Ku Klux
? t Fla., Arcadia: Fla. as in which the net weight or measure is made, with himself, Secretary Lewis IRISH POTATOES I
Klan did. A great deal that was done
omitted from the label and to forward O'Bryan and Supt. Thomas in the I'
later is not defensible, just a's much Choice Selected StOCK
samples of picture.
f suspected adulterated
+ -1- that most laudable organizations Write for Prices. '
goods containing chemical
''o+ . -- sometimes do, when they run to excess or artificial sweetening preservatives to this- WATERMELONS JANUARY. Let us send you our booklets Irish.Potatoes and Florida Vegetables, _
I
cannot be defended.
We can office. ,

never defend nlghtriding, yet it grew The public is hereby notified ifiat Rev. J. J II, Derryberry had watermelon WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.

The New from "an organization which had as inspectors have no discretion in the for dinner Saturday, pulled Manufacturer of "
its purpose a most laudable undertak- enforcement of from his garden in Arcadia. The
the law
ing, the fighting of trust and and regula- melon IDEAL FERTILIZERS
a pro- tions. was specially fine, and flavoredto

home Bakery tection of the rights of the grower. W. A. McRAE tempt the most exacting. Mr. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I
"The Ku Klux Klan
tt was originally Commissioner Derryberry is one of our Western settlers -
of Agriculture.R. Local Agent Waters &
formed in the little Carson Grocery Co.
town of
Pulaski, E. ROSE, State Chemist. and is a Florida enthusiast. lie

N s DARLINGTON AVENUE Tenn., directly after the war, for so- I shared his melon with some friends

cial and amusement purposes. The who expect to return Monday to their-
-SEES
} ?" Makes as Rood culture of the young southerners who GREAT fUTURE I home in Kansa.s. This is a fine ad-

{ formed it is shown by the very name vertisement for this section. Ripe

BREAD they took which is formed from the fOR KISSIMME watermelons picked from the open II

Greek word Kuclox. Such men as garden in January will prove interesting -

V1; PIES Gen. George W. Gordon, afterwards chat to take to the Western coun ."

congressman, were among the first HARRY J. ALLEN OF KENTUCKY try.-Arcadia News. .

members of the organization. HAS WATCHED THE TOWN R.S.FLOYDGrocer

CAKES "Then, with the coming! of the "car- GROW FROM INFANCY. True appreciation is something the

I petbaggers" and vesting of certain ambitious never look back to find."
1 as any Bakery in FloHda.J. I -
rights in
p the negroes, the Ku Klux
Pinedale 5-a'cre
4 Klan, in Pulaski, stood for protectionof ,I Harry J. Allen, of Winchester, Ky., Pinedale Tract at is a Sacrifice.

l the homes and of southern is one of the season's visitors who has property advancing
H. REED, Proprietor woman rapidly, owing to the large develop-
hood. watched
The Kissimmee
same need of organization grow from theeighty's.
ment in that
brought about the organization elsewhere lie invested in Kiasimmee: subdivision. We have
one 5-acre tract that has
and the name and ideals spread property at that time, and is still l one acre
cleared
of the stumps and palmetto
--- rapidly, until J everywhere in the South holding some of it. He regrets now
there were many Ku Klux Klans that he didn't hold all that he I which we are offering for a short Get our price on
PURE BRED POULTRY for bought, time for $:aGo. Nice location, good
"Wherever the home the same shows
was threat- property an increase
-
soil and HAY
t)1k ened the of I worth investigating GRAIN FEEDwhich -
Ku Klux Klan became the a thousand per cent. over
Otf H. M. Breaker & Co. ,
protector. the price he
The paid."Whenever .
organizations I
were
k : Minorcas Breeders White of highest type Black ever active, and were successful in a town gets a start like I Orange Grove we make a specialtyhas
Leghorns, Cornish
I... Game, White keeping the white race supreme in Kissimmee has there is no way to I Ten-acre
Orpingtons, R. I. Reds grove, half in bearing orange -
'IQ Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and the South. Only in Mississippi, where stop. it. The growth here is substantial trees, the other half in I )
I Mallard Ducks. High class the fight was the hardest I ; the home youngtrees ;
breeding did the negroes people own the stores just
1 coming !
stock old Chicks into _bearing, consisting - ,
; Day and ---
Eggs. Correspondence business ---
; succeed in houses -- --
ruling at the polls, ,, and the local of ; - - '
oranges grapefruit and
solicited.
absolutely guaranteed as representedor Everything for a time and keeping a negro in the people own their homes; the town has tangerines. One of the ), tprl'pertieR been planted one year trees in ":"' o. otOo+.
e fine
United States never catered very condition, land well drained.!
refunded. Senate. to the tourist This
money patronage, offered
in
When the question of the location of |i nor does it depend upon it, or count j Close! to railroad Osceola county. property offered for $4000,--$2.100 il.il.fOR
THE I station. Price
;5 OAKS POULTRY FARM the monument was put to Dr. Thompson I on it. This is one reason why it is on $5,000.00. Terms on of cash )balance in one and two years at : SALE !!J .

_ h NEW SMYRNA FLORIDA and it was asked if he did not ''a solid foundation. The fruit, farm chase price. part pur- fi per cent. Will increase in value

2-l8t think Pulaski, the home of the Ku I ing and cattle interests are sufficient 5-tf II. M. Breaker & very rapidly.5tf +(o + .
Co. :
'
Klux Klan, should be the place for the to keep things moving if there never H. M. Breaker & Co. FARM j Pi

k memorial, he suggested that one of came a visitor to spend in- Orange Grove.;
I money or City Block for
I the Carolinas, where the vest. You have a Fine Sale. and Orange Grove f
i fight' was pretty town, and 10-acre grove in full bearing, One city block fronting Main
on
hard it
and is
the far in I
DANCING CLASSES most organizations did their I I have advance of its size. You located three miles from Kissimmee. street, North Kissimmee, which we 300 Grapefruit and Orange trees, I,
'. efficient and noblest more paved streets here Good 4-room 70 bearing 25 Acres 40
'kI under direction of than cottage and out-build- are offering for $Goo cash. ; Cleared "
Fine in-
should be the place. my home town which Acres Good Pine Land Shore .
of MRS. J. D. WOODBECKat work'// is two or three ings. Splendid well of water, con- vestment.5tf of East on North k
Dr. Thompson is a times as big, and the Valley Gazetteis venient to school and churches Lake Tohopekallga. in View
railroad H. M. Breaker of St. Cloud Fla.
& Co. ,
the best
..r FIREMEN'S HALL every respect. His home city was weekly newspaper that I station within 300 yards of prop- f
Lynchburg, Va. He have ever seen." D: S
': was graduated erty. Will sell for $7,000.00, on very Five-acre tract adjoining the famous AUSTIN

,Monday Evenings from Mr. ,
- 7:30 to 9.-00 Randolph-Macon and Mrs. Allen favorable
I college in are terms.
Thumay" stopping at See this property. Aultman farm, land cleared NARCQOSSEE. FLA.
- 7:00
to 8:30: 1889, and holds Mrs. Hilton's.
,' honorary degrees They have numerous 5-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. ready for cultivation, under good hog-
LESSONS from
FIFTY CENTS EACH Washington friends in
and Kisnimmee
Lee
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: university, for Mr. Allen proof wire fence; splendid 3-inch flow- TOMATO PLANTS.

Private Instruction. if desired at of of LL.D., and from Randolph-Macon, has been coming here for upwards of Young'Grove, consisting of 12 acres ing well. Adjoining land valued as ..LhB!! have several million Llvln"-.
special rates. D.D. .
twenty years. grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia high as $600 New Globe tomato plants foe ,
.',tJs per acre. We offer this sale ready about .
Dr. Feb. bt. Price U.IO .
.. Thompson is
.. here in the city oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, five-acre tract for $1200 with per thousand. 1.40 for 10,000 lot and
L? but has not taken possession of "I' To be sure of his memory a man on the east side of Lake Tohopeka- part of termson pu: I am al.o )u.adquarten. for .w..._
T must trust it implicitly purchase price. potato .llpa. Write for catalo n",
liga, perfect water
; protection. 6tf
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:Orange Growing' In Florida' average freight rates from ,Florida .1 ACTS ON THE LIVER f JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES "|,
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packing*house,.to consuming point In REFUSES, N. Y. .
carload: lots on these oranges is seven* a' 'l
Makes 1
.. Interestiitg..Stor3First : ty-Hvei cents a box: 'the average *ex- Xxlson's) LJyer Tone Livens" Up the Colonel John Temple) Graves'

pensaSof selling them. In, carload lots Liver. -la More Than a 'of friends In Georgia,. recently

Seed Believed' to Have Been Brought Here By Early should' be twenty-five' cents a box, Mere: L sathf!. ested In, _his ,.rumored, .'appointment. r.
making< cost Ito the grower' of .oratiges :
.., -'* ' the, public .ervlce'commission by Goernor ,u,
Spanish Explorer for these, oranges laid down J.n. .. _
t .. .. . the; hands of the wholesalers of two Calomel for yoate Sufzer, .of New Yo'rk, will \
was the only
r I dollar for a,box containing an,aver- with added !interest. . that, although
(By William Chase, Temple, General ( anges should some time go down half age of fifteen dozen,oranges.. Out of mown.medicine that would'atimulat' office might have been Cot ,k
' Manager of Florida Citrus, EV anent apiece on the tree; even in spits, this two dollars a box the} the liver.: But calomel ,,is often iW chance, in Tampa Times) of all theme conditions, it would make < s fifty cents for his fruit grower on the reoelv !- and people are ;not .to" .tye) for the,;mere, taking,of, it, he has M ''

1"'y A Orange growing in Florida! dates your grove pay you over' 'alx t thousand .tree., lamed for being afraid of It. cided to stick to his journalistic .,,.

'.i back beyond: the memory of ..ny"of, dollars an" acre for' its annual crop; costs from six hundred dollars fIt too Within the last,.few; years, many! and contlnft in his chief.editorial.

l':i \\tho white Inhabitants., ,It; is commonly and 'could anyone find fault with'' this thousand dollars an acre to bringa medicines have been put out to be sition on the New York:American*! '
presumed that the first IncOme t" used instead.oil calomel but their.ef- y
oranges properly cared for to the full public '
grove The ,
feet is onthe bowels-not the liver.
were in Florida from Unfortunately such wild estimates on
grown
orange bearing and the In ;
seed carelessly dropped by the ,early as this are still used by certain classes the state age of Florida average last year crop was The Kissimmee drug store says ship is the biggest plum at A

Spanish soldiers during the first Spanish of yeal estate boomers in certain sec- about eighty boxes to the acre. If that the only real liver medicine to Seller's disposal and It Is a A ''

'occupancy of Florida. Some ascribe tions. But they don't'pan out. the grower{ therefore, gets a profit of actually take the place of calomel Is ,compliment to CoL Graves that tt : ; i i i

it to DeSoto's men; some to the Early statistics. fifty cents a box on his product ttt, these Dodson's Liver Tone a mild, harmless, governor's mind turned first to ,
men of Ponce" de Leon; but nothingcan oranges would have to sell deliveredat vegetable liquid that the Kissimmee former Georgia man as the most I y
S.tat1stlcswlth, any ,degree of accuracy Co. >> ,f
Drug recommend to take the placeof
be certainly known as to the ori- began with the Floridacrop an average of two dollars and. a ting man for that position of great '! '
. 1- J i gin. All that is known is that during of 1884-5, at which time there were half a box, and the grower's fifty cents relief calomel in and of which- gives,, prompt i sponsibility, dignity and trust 1 ''

0(5( I the earliest recollections of any of the six hundred thousand boxes of citrus a box profit would then net to the and cases constipation liver. ; bilious carries a salary of $15,000 per se, .S

white inhabitants of Florida, orange fruits shipped from the state of Flor- grower, on an average of one hundred ness So confident sluggish the Kissimmee for. a six years term. ,,1' u
trees, both sour and sweet, flourishedin ida. This' crop gradually increased boxes of fruit to the.acre, fifty dollars are Colonel Graves and Governor '
the hammocks in certain localities. until 1893-4, when there were shipped per acre net. lie therefore has a net Drug Co. that they give their personal zer are'the warmest of friends, i'
Thousands of acres. of wild grove were income of fifty dollars Invest- guarantee with every 50-cent bottleof been thrown together a great 'f V
about four and a quarter 'million boxes on an i fi
Dodson's Liver
found already bearing in Florida of of citrus fruits from this state. The ment of from six hundred'dollarll to Tone. You can be I both in New York and the"I:
unknown from the earliest sure that you are getting Dodson'sby and when Sulzer ,4
an age, records crop of 1894-5 would have largely ex- one thousand dollars, and this- must was nominated
asking at this store if they are'
and recollection of the white not him for his the Democrats he wired
ceeded the preceding crop-r-ln fact, it only pay profit, his giving the medicine. '
inhabitants. was confidently expected that it interest and the use of his own brains, you they; person- Graves, thanking him for the part'
When St. Augustine was In its early would equal any two preceding years but_in addition he must have the hungry ally guarantee to refund money on If took in bringing about that ': r

age, the Indians used to bring in sweet -but the great freeze of that year, years to look forward to, when unsatisfactory. Adv. tion, and giving him credit for i* t,"

oranges and barter them at the stores occurring first the 28th of December, freezes, drouths, hurricanes, insects major part of the necessary

for goods. When asked where they And the second one a few weeks later, or other pests devastate his crops; SURE CURE FORSCRATCHING nary work. '
got them, they would answer: "Up froze so much of the crop that there and yet, taking all these contingen- I CHICKENS. Colonel Graves' friends in )
the river." Gradually the traders and were only a little less than- three mil.' dies into consideration, the grower I have watched his fine progress in l ; : 'i ,
consumers in St. Augustine becamein lion boxes shipped out of the state in only asks for his net profit of fifty Editor Gazette-In your last issue York with both pleasure and
the habit of speaking of the In- that season. cents a box on his fruit, or little more I notice a communication from "Quill"in No .Southern orator is more in I I ,

dian's "Indian river oranges." Afterwards The devastation of the citrus grovesin than three cents a dozen on the fruit which" is mentioned "annowing at great banquets and on 'j joccassions. : : ,. -1.,

it was found that these or the state was supposed to be com- he produces.And chickens. A Western remedy for He generally is a i j ,
this was to corral the chickens and ber of such committees have i,
anges came from the neighborhood of plete, only few scattering of the fifty dollars an acre net as |
a acres
what is now known as New Smyrna, here aid there throughout the profit repVesents' at that not to exceed to fasten, by wire, a small piece of charge public affairs, and has ,y,+ s'
grove :
total light wood, some 1 in. by 6 in., to their sided at events. lie
BO that the original "Indian river oranges" state escaped this calamitous season, 7 per cent on his investment, many lajge
claws, then when the chickens attempted president of the New York Press :
did not come from what is and almost that without taking into account the risks .,
everyone agreed or- '
known as the Indian river, but from ange growing in Florida was done for, he must run from unforseeh eircumtaniea. to scratch up the garden, and recently was the host at a ,, ;
what in known as the Turnbull ham Nevertheless in the succeeding I etc.this action brought the pieces of dinner in honor of Sir Thomas

mocks. there were nearly one hundred year and Oranges at one dollar a box on the wood into play when they: would act I ton. For his part in 'that, ,Sir .
W. S. Hart of New like stilts, prevent the chickens from sent him an appreciative
had his
Smyrna fifty thousand boxes shipped, and in trees means twenty dollars a ton for I ,I ,
oranges almost entirely from the 1808-9 the crop was a million and a his fruit, and the Florida fruit grower scratching and actually walking them gram, from, mid-ocean, as he fr,

strain of this early Indian river grove quarter boxes, which in 1903-4 arose has to pay thirty-two dollars' a ton out of the garden, as every attemptto toward home.-Atlanta Georgian. I

There was an orange tree about to two million boxes. The three million for the hay he buys, because it is scratch meant a step forward.
This unnatural chicken movement F. N. Pettigrew, of Fox Lake,
four miles from Waldo that stood in .box mark was reached in 1905-6, neither wise nor well to make hay ,
scares the hens to such degree that is spending the winter in -f''
a
the middle of field the
a large near or on in 1907-8, the reached almost among orange trees. ry
crop
the site of old Fort Hurley. This tree four million boxes the At two dollars and a half a box, delivered they will drop eggs in all directionsand aid: he i is gladder now than he
succeedingyear
; the rooster will become so fright- when he first came that he is here, ( .. .4.
was known as the "Fort Harley tree" it passed the five million mark, in the hands of the wholesalers
ened that they will "stilt it" to San- the reason is found-in a
and was familiar to the early settlers and in 1909.10, more than six million I with oranges averaging fifteen dozento r,
before the Civil war. How the tree boxes of citrus fruits were shipped' the box, the cost to the wholesaleris ford. from his home paper, which reads rib

originally got there is no record of. from Florida The crop of 190910was seventeen cents a dozen, and the Skeptic-try this and be convinced.H. follows: r

All that was known in my early childhood the biggest crop ever shipped net return to the grower is little less E. S. "The ice harvest ii i now on and '1 ,

was that that was the biggest from the state and has not been exceeded than seven cents a dozen on the trees --- -- '- --- -- ----- -- --------- - -- ,1
and most celebrated sweet orange tree I since, except by the crop of for his fruit.MORE I itDON'T

(( in the state at the time of the big' the present year, which is confidently .
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. freeze in 1835, at which time it was expected will exceed seven million ABOUT RECENT ---- --- ----- HUG-: ,f
., I frozen back, just as most of th, trees box.ua. m;

were sixty years later in 1895. The California crop in 1886-7 exceeded DEAL IN REAL ES1ATE I
I first this tree 187fi, at
aw in for the first time in its historytwo
which time it had thirty thousand or- thousand carloads, and their outs

anges on it, and I saw it again for the put has increased until in 1910-11, the LIGHTSEY-I'AKSONS TRACT IS : the idea that an engagement ng can be dispensed rc
last time in 1882, at which time there California of citrus fruit exceeded
crop SOLD TO KANSAS PARTIES with. Every girl on earth expects and
were fifty thousand oranges on it, or forty-five thousand cars, and it is
nearly a solid carload of fruit, and estimated that the present crop of WHO WILL COLONIZE IT. ? ?'.r:?t has a right to have one., Our showing of engagement ",

this old Fort Harley tree formed the' 1912.13 will almost equal sixty thou- and other rings will please your taste \ "j .:! ,

basis of estimate' for many hundred sand care from California. Ft. Meade Leader and fit four purse. Come hi and choose one: ate'" ''\ it ,-
of made andsold ( )
acres orange grove
-1894-5 when the California '
new settlers. 0 crop I the jewelry store that gurantee.with:;,*?*1'' t i' l:':
to equalled five'thousand care, and the The biggest land deal in South: Flor" ( -gives a '

One Tree' Crop that was Worth $500 Florida' crop was estimated for that ida in a long time vas consummatedlast r 5 S'1_ 1,,, everything it sells( Uo matter how-modest your: v ...,
I' Orange at that time had a standard year at twenty thousand care, makinga week by the LightseyParsonsCattle be.Jeweler
of cent apiece the expendture may ....
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price one
total of twenty-five thousand cars Company. This company sold -r li
trees, and every buyer in the state of citrus fruits to be handled that year to E. C. Chambers and associates of d
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was prepared to pay one cent apieceon .the growers in both localities were Kansas City, 38,000 acres of fine ham- ,tr
the trees for sweet oranges in the discouraged. Where in the world was mock and prairie land on the Kissim-

late seventies and early eighties, and it possible to market such an enor- nvee river about thirty miles, east of '

the Fort Harley: tree, with its crop I mous crop of citrus fruit as twenty- Ft. Meade. The selling price was_ and
of fifty thousand oranges formed the five thousand/ cars? The industry was about $200,000. The land is one of C A COLE '.

basis of all estimates and prospectuses at a low ebb in both states, and grow the best tracts in Florida. Thesoilis

for such sales. Fifty thousand or- ers were frightened and dealers did rich and will grow fruit, vegetables, Optometrist .

anges at a 'cent apiece on the tree not dare invest their money in fruit sugar cane, corn, hay, anything that J ''' .. t !'
meant five hundred dollars, and if with such an enormous supply and will grow in this climate.Mr. o. .
there were fifty trees set to the acre, such a limited demand. Producer chambers and associates will t

, C it would mean twenty-five thousand and dealer seemed to agree and admit colonize the tract by selling it in small
dollars to the acre; and as the seller I that unless curtailment of new pro- tracts to industrious farmers from the '

would guilelessly say, "Of course, the duction was immediately practiced, frozen North where they raise only o I"I" I . '

Fort Harley tree is an old and won the orange business was done for I one crop a year. When they get Wfiifi! !Ifi !SIS! >fiWfifififififirlfififfi ! ! ! ! Yf! !yl Yili! Yl! yl! !Ii Yi !Ii Y1! !Ii !Ii g;yl;Iifi! yf !yl!Ii !yf'!Ii' 0' ;
derfully developed tree, and we will through over-production. This seems i, down here they can raise from two to ffi
assume for the sake of argument, that laughable now, but it was very real four crops a year and make twice as '
!fi., $
your grove only averaged half as age of fifteen dozen oranges. Out of much money as they can up there I
heavy a crop as the Fort Harley tree, and thoughtful dealers realized that where the winters are long and very Hiffi .

and then to make assurance doubly the thing to be done, and done quickly cold. Mr. Chambers is to be congratulated 'Why Ruin Your Eyes ? r I:
sure, suppose thai the price of or- was to, first, increase the demandfor ] on being able to obtain this I Hiifi .

citrus fruits, and second, to decrease choice tract of fine land located in the I Yi' . $ ','
the cost of production and famous Kissimmee Valley, and those ;
handling in every way, in order to farmers who secure a' small part of: x. The Trust is Busted! x

Desirable Ten overcome the difficulties confrontingthem. the tract on which to grow fruit and l i''
vegetables will indeed be fortunate !Ii $j

There is no opportunity in a brief There is only one other river valley Yi $ f >
article like this to go into details, step in South- Florida where the land ia !!i The price of Mazda Lamps has been greatly reduced under the late
$
4F and Twenty by step, of the methods adopted to considered better than the Kissimmee Yi decision of the Supreme Court. A new plan of selling has been !inaugurated ii'
bring about these results. Suffice it river valley and that is Peace river 1
to say that at the! present time, FlorIda valley in which Fort Meade is located / WE ARE MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. Selling prices !Ifj i

is producing more citrus fruits The Lightsey-Parsons Cattle Company Yi established by the manufacturers. Every lamp tested before delivery. 'j!
Arce TractsFor alone than the combined crop of Cal- is composed of the following !li y;
. ifornia and Florida at the time of the good business men: W. H. Lewis of '

overproduction scare, and California Fort Meade, president; U. A. Light- Prices : x
: Trucking and Fruit Grow is producing three times as much us sey of Bartow, general manager; T

. ing. Our land extends from Florida, or'a combined production( L.; Wilson of Bartow, secretary-treas: ifiif is 25 Watt-___________$ .50 60 Watt,____,:-_______$ .75 !Ii w .

limits nearly to Orlando. today four ,times as great as the ap- urer. These gentlemen are to be commended ' 40 Watt____________ .55 100 Watt...,._____--_ 1.10Don't !.ti ;,
1 city parent disastrous production of for turning loose this large, I ,
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t 19055. tract of good land at this time '
Only! $30 per acre.
ruin with the old-fashioned bulb which burns
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Ii" ( your eyes more Yi
The Tarlll'and the Citrus Industry.The those who will accommodate so !
; Terms: $2 per acre cash and $2 present conditions could not horneseekers who are coming to Florida "juice" than the Mazda.. .. $ '

: <' per acre monthly. have been brought about without a as never before in order to.'escape Sfiffi o. .........' f: ""'",$
protective tariff on citrus fruits, the icy climate of the North and l !!: .... ,.....'.,.... '
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'( WRITE FOR BOOKLET which amounts at the present time to to get to a State where they can make ;ifiHi .

r : about eighty cents a box. It costs the money -easily and be happier than !Ii \. ... $

It Florida grower an. average of fifty anywhere else in the world. Lei I Yi .:t$.
HL: McKOYLand cents a box to raise his oranges and others who have l Urge tracts do likewise r
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bring them to maturity on the trees.It and thereby accommodate; some Hi Company

. costs him from twelve to fifteen of the thousands, who are seeking i

" }: cents a box to pick them and haul homes in our'world-famous climate. Hifi ..
:I I-: :; l Company them to the packing house.! H costs <

1 tel ; him about forty-five cents a; boi t to Repressed childhood: shows iti, Yi' .t' '_ .,.., r. .. .!fi. ,
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*:1 l 1 e .' Mach Building. properly grade sort sleef\wrap, pack blight Some to women life's end'are"' so' careful thai Yili! !Iililifi! ! !Ii!Ii!liYi!fUI.Iililili! Y!$!Ii !Ii !Ii Yi!Ii !fi: .'

i, 4 J. ':; KIS'SIMMEE. FLA. load this fruit the'cars. The 0"" ,., .,." h J
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette' ,DEATH AND DAMAGE CLAIMS RESULTING FROM THE" ... THE BOARD OF TRADE SECRETARY SHOULD:HAVE"' r

LOSS OF THE TITANIC' A SALARIED ; !
PUBLISHED> EVERY FRIDAY, OFFICE IN" VALLEY GAZETTE $171L.DINti

i, KlSSIMMKBl OSCEOLA., COUNTY FLORIDA.. The death jail of those who went down .on the steamer Titanic is being ..eThe :Kissimmee Board of Trade,; at its last meeting, named a., committee 4 jto'consider

x'a' W. B. HARRIS'--, -. Publisher JfJ; II. -REESE- Editor rehearsed;r 'again in -the claims 1 for recovery that havjf beau '.f lea "with""the t critically and-'thoroughly. 'matter'of':. 'employing a. secretary'" .
devote all of his time the.work..
... . commissioner.\ j to ". .

v, :.w. >_SUBSCRIPTION RA.Tssipiia..copy.ji: >n._ 'y.ar,....... K.M..!,.....-s:8'i, . The list excites great interest- The total amount. of the claims_ live While the committee' will not make report until the next meeting'of the!__-' *
"One copy, si onth. ?,.,_:... .76 One"copy,' three month; -40-;<; hundred thor;;; dollars: which aniount/sTnguIdrly t i enough s="was about the B arJ"orTTade. understood t' at ir>rTCommeirds'lthV employment of.,a. secretary -. :;

amount of insurance carried by the liner. The vessel fully equipped cost but suggests that the undertaking be deferred! a few, months, 'The com- '.

...IC.De4 AU by communications the writer. xcept from,' our authorised correspondcnW, must, be 7500000. The insurance was $ .000,000, the remaining risk: being car. I mitt e has canvassed the lieU. and its recommendations will probably-be' fol '
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ks, ReJeet.e4.r will met be returned. unites. called' for" ,- 1 --- I ried by the company's insurance fund.:: lowed. It is believed that the measure which the Florida State Chamber of .;'

Entered at the Postoltice In KUslmroee. Florida an econd-cla man matter. There are a number of death claims ranging from fifteen thousand toa Commerce has endorsed!; providing authority for cities and counties to: levy a ;i'

... ,. ,--- million, the latter being the amount asked for the death of her husband by special tax for publicity purposes will have favorable. action by' the next leg s-: ye

FRIDAY JANUARY 24. 1913. Mrs. Harris, widow of the theatrical manager. Mrs. Jack Futrelle wife of the: lature. In any event, such authority could be given by special act and it is !t.

-.---.-. --..- .---- --- - .. .. -- -.----. ---.. novelist, asks three hundred thousand for the death of her husband. The. likely if not probable that some charter changes will be asked by the City of

......- ....-r... ww, ...."'... wvr..+.. rww-r. cow Smallest i item oflossTor which pay ts i asked was tiTeye-cup; 'valued"artwenty- :KIssTmrnee al the iiTaeis Q'n. Ir s" DV ousl/'unfair( for a few business men. 'r

five cents; one woman lost seventy-five dollars worth of false hair and another lo bear the burden of all enterprises that are undertaken for the benefit of the'

EDITORIALJOE four dollars worth of cigarettes. entire county. To collect a fund sufficient to employ a competent secretaryand

It is noticed that Mrs. John B. Thayer widow of the vice president of the provide means for printing and circulating literature it would be necessary
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\. \ HUGH REESE I Pennsylvania railroad makes no claim for the death of her husband, and this lo increase the annual dues of the Board, of Trade- a figure that would be

,,' I raises a point which was developed by the late Senator lsidor Rayner in his burdensome to the members and this might easily lead to the practical *n.nihilalion .->,j

i ; speech, and this at once among the last and one of the ablest ever made of that body. .
CONSISTENCY THE JEWEL WHY HAVE OUR IMMIGRATION
; I be no awards for death claims, though, it is likely that claims for the loss of The report to !be made by the committee will assist the movement for a

t AUTHORITIES BECOME SUDDENLY SO VIRTUOUS? # baggage will be apportioned according to the insurance. |I salaried secretary, and if the suggestions are acted upon it will not be long
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/) I Senator Rayner made a thorough! study of the subject in preparing his | before this possibility is realized.

l'iI< I It is gratifying to observe that the opinion of the independent press, concerning !; speech, and this, which was one of the last and one of the ablest ever made I --- - -..-------
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I :; the decision of Secretary Nagel.! in denying Cipriano Castro and i by the Senator (ram Maryland, was buried like much other valuable matter is, -
I 'L GOVERNOR BLEASE IS A PITIFULLY SMALL MANIKIN | .
Jr.. i Edward F. Mylius admission to this country condemnatory of the action of in the pages of the Congressional Record. Because of the general interest

)t'I' "s the Secretary. in the subject and further to point ihe good which investigations accomplish, I I "Give a calf rope enough and he'll hang himself," is an old saying of

)\\.1 1 't The crux of the question gathers rather about the maintenance of .an established -I while some contend the contrary, the Gazette feels warranted in quoting from ,i I frequent application. It doesn't always fit precisely, but it conveys the idea
American than about the desirability of the characters :' I _
principle Senator
Rayner'i speech
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"4 f:\ j'. detained. The latter question is hardly t to be considered, in fact. Castro "At present you cannot recover in the Federal courts for the death of a i! any doubled the littleness of soul possessed by Governor Blease

y; ,.: the former president of Venezuela, is a fugitive from his own country by rea passenger. There is no recovery al all by the surviving family or the surviving of South Carolina that doubt! must have been entirely swept away by his most

: I son of turbulent political conditions.) He is alleged to be the victim of asphalt relatives in the Federal courts for the death of a passenger. In these i i recent outbreak. He refuses to allow the military of his State to attend the

r: :.". i interests, and was concerned more or less intimately, with the capture and accidents the British law provides under Lord Campbell's Act that recovery; ,, inauguration of President Wilson !because he fears that Captain Gonzales

l'i' ? t death of .a certain. general. There is not the slightest.1 reason to suppose that can be had ; and in the case that I hale cited in Two hundred and tenth United would" take advantage of the occasion to humiliate the Governor of South

.' ,. his visit to the United States was suggested by any but the most t peaceful andordinary Slates the Supreme Court held that it would administer the French law ; that Carolina.
t'N i' ; !
:; desires-he came to see the country -haply to study conditions and 'the law which governs a casualty of! that sort is the; law of the country to To-do this the said Gonzales would have lo (be more vicious and smaller

1i he came with sufficient money lo pay! his way. It is stretching the authority which the ship belongs and therefore France having a law providing (for recovery than the Governor and such a thing is hardly conceivable. Blease is like the

1 I'r' of his office and misapplying the regulations under the immigration act for. in case of death the Supreme Court in the case I have quoted the La proveibial blustering bully he is at heart a coward and he knows it.

1.1'' .', Secretary Nagel to detain Castro at Ellis Island and subject trim in all events Bourgogne case held that the Supreme Court of the United Slates would administer ..
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::1, .. a distinguished personage, to the humiliation of more searching examinations the French law in the Federal tribunal. This ought l to be changed u
:i than the hungriest Hun receives landing the soil of Free America. and THE (a'ILTJl'IHF; ;. !Iili! 1 !li !yi YiYiYiYiYififiYiIi !
;::1 ,; upon upon we ought to be able to administer American law in American tribunals and I The Institution of Impeachment isnvived

..1 1 ". Let us turn back to the pages of history, and read a paragraph from a volume not have lo resort to the law of the country that owns the ship upon which the und invigorated by the pro- !Ii

f', ; I\\ issued in the year 1847 as follows : accident takes place. Now in the second place I want lo say that you can. ri'cdmjf itjruin-t lioltcrt( \\'. Anhliald] .tNNl'NCEMENTS.;; : YiIi

.' ::1 a :' "Achille, the eldest son of Mural, formerly king of the two Sicilies I i.ot recover at all .if the owner of the ship surrenders the ship and surrenders a < '11'1111 Judge of the United States !Ii

: ,4 is now a planter in Florida. Fleeing from France he came to our country the freight. We have an old statute line thai is a reenactment of an English silt nig in the ( "ommrrre ( 'oUlt.11I'h' !li ! YifiYiYiYi! !fiI
and found shores the of of those Iw resulted in l.i.s convirtion" und removal
+ 1', j an asylum on our place refuge to so many
statute passed 175 and I\l' have changed. it. It passed
years ago. never was from office.
stern and restless that unsettled from her Kings
spirits once Europe repose. I hereby announce my candidacy
and princes and marshals and nobles have in turn been forced to take shelter dunng the reign of George II. in 173-4. It was improved upon in the reign of Impeachment I is an institution l because for re-election to the office of City

r S: under our eagle to escape imprisonment and death at home." George III. in 1786. and again in 181 J is>: That is the hmltl'<.I-Ilahlhly statute. it i I' the method piesicribed' 1 l by :Marshal

In the case of Castro the decision is the more to be condemned because Look at il for a moment. The owners ol/ the Titanic can come into court and the Constitution for the punishment tf-pd F. W. PITTMAN.For .
., of public oftic'l'ho betray their
',t of the suspicion that it was made to gratify the spite of some State Department surrender their freight money the pending freight and there is no recovery trust or otherwise prove their unfit- Mayor.

: x official at Washington. Surely our government should be held above against them in any Stale or Federal court. No matte how many suits are ijess. In the case of Federal Judges \Ve arc authorized to announce the
name of FRED W. HASS candi
11 such animus. brought in the courts the owners of( that ship, no matter how able they may who are appointed to serve during as a
, dale for the office of Mayor of Kissimmee. -
:' I Subject to greater criticism than the detention of Castro is the action of be financially to answer in damages can go into the Federal courts, sue out good behavior it is the only check, .

, ., the Secretary in the case of Mylius, the journalist who dared to print a story an injunction have a trustee appointed, bring the ship r if it exists- -of course asulc from public opinion that may -_. .
be placed upon men whose At the Holintation ,*f
'r.' ,'",, cernlng a morganatic marriage of King George of England. Mylius has' in this case the ship is gone bring pending freight into court, and escape all 'I'derived wholly from the people powers] are fiiendu, I hereby announce my myself many a

.t: ;>' ierVcd a jail sentence for his alleged libel of the English monarch yet the liability whatever for injury to passengers for injury to goods, or for any cause very great.That I. candidate for Mayor of Kiasimmee .

:t: question is open whether he-was guilty of any crime. There are many who whatever. That is the statute that is now upon the statute books of the this institution has fallen into City, and solicit your support.

,% J' will regard his deed more in the light! of service .t than criminality. There was j United States. It ought to be repealed or modified. There is no reason on earth disfavor of late\ has been due whollyto GEO. F. PARKER.I .
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I neirlijrence.1 There has \been negligence -
,> I nothing to be gained by telling such a story, and it Mylius was guilty ot a crime why it should continue. When it was passed it was though' lo afford an invitation
I on the part of the people. hereby announce myself at a can .
there in the United States who to ship owners to take to the sea and risk the hazardous character of
r4 by so doing are many publishers are equally There has 1 been negligence or worse didate for Mayor, subject to the will
f + guilty. for the story was published in numerous magazines. the adventure but I apprehend there is no more danger on (be sea now than |ion the part of the bar. There has of the people at the ensuing election.I .

This decision of of Secretary Nagel smacks strongly of toadyism to the there is on the land ; and if these statutes are not repealed there certainly I I been negligence on the part of the I respectfully ask your support. ;

w little British 1 king, who is 1 king in nothing but the name. and is in fact much ought to be some modification of them." House of Representatives. There 'I JAMES W. LILLY.

more" a slave to silly 'customs and traditional flubdub than any American on This able delivery concludes with a plea for the passage o fan act to make haVe been negligence and indolenceon -
the part of the Senate, : For Councilman. ,
the continent.' Let us indulge the hope that a Democratic administration will the mapagement of ,any and all public''service!' corporation criminally' responsible For many years an effort was made I hereby,,announce myself a candidate , ''i'"

.. :/ .replace such, men as Nagel. with men of redblood", and correct conceptions. for injury or death icted'through carelessness or lack of provision by interested classes to make it appear for the bfTlce of Councilman, s''

v 1 -'---- against accident.If I that impeachment was an attack I and respectfully solicit the support of .

I it transpires that there is 10, be no recovery f for the loss of life occasioned upon the judiciary. The rise of apolitical J I all the voters of this city: I promiseif -
Thu reference to Murat was incidental but apropos. A dispatch from party which holds that elected to give the same careful
by the Titanic disaster there will be one fare for all alike whether the claimwas I
)I'
} } Paris brings the news that Helena Stallo, the daughter of a Cincinnati millionaire for a thousand or a million. { Judges should ic "recalled" by popu- I attention to the city's .interest that I
Ii s is soon to wed another Prince Murat, who claims to bf lineally descended 4. lar vote for decisions possibly] honest [, would to my private business. Elec-
and in harmony with law speedily revealed tion March 29th, 1913.!
I from Joachim Murat. The latter was a brother-in-law of Napoleon and
the of this Respectfully, R. D. WARING.I .
y } father of the Florida Murat. Memories of Florida's only representative of I SOME DANGERS IN THE COMMISSION FORM error position.
Impeachment is the corollary of
h the blood royal still cluster about Tallahassee, where he lived the latter L OF GOVERNMENTThere pointment. It operates under ap the- I wish to announce my candidacyfor

1 years of his life, and where he died and was buried. Like the memories of I same authority. It proceeds to the member of the City Council subject -

. childhood-they are gilded with a grandeur that never existed (for there are is no single remedy that is good for all that ails us. Let us under- same just end. It is the lawful, the i to the will of of the voters of

t l1 such hard headed persons as fail to remember things except as they were. stand well in the beginning, while we are talking about commission govern- decent, the dignified way to correct I Kissimmee in the approaching election -

r' !He is represented to have possessed nothing of that fabled princeliness ment for municipalities that there popular or executive errors and to .
are dangers in it, j just as there are in the dicipline public s.rvanta;) who be j i
may G. H. PRA TilER.
I which his parent is reputed to have displayed, but on the contrary was a aldermanic system. In the end the efficciency of the system depends upon corrupt or op reRRiv/!. i

1 >n> vulgar little Frenchman, a gourmand and untidy of habit. But he wore a the men who are chosen. True it is that the provision for recall may operate' We now see that Robert W. Arch- I am a candidate for Councilman to

1 t ti'' title, and was among the first of his type to attract the romantic fancy of an to the greater safety of the public welfare, but the recall cannot remedy mis- bald never should have been made a'j be elected\ at the next city election,
.
American girl. chief that has already been done, and it is'only reasonable to conclude that the | Judge. lie was a self-seeker on the I I and respectfully solicit the support of
bench. /His relations with litigants || the voters of
Kissimmee.
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would
people not resort to the recall
.s except in extreme cases. Then the in his court were scandalous lie I t DOZIER LEITNER.I .

people are to blame you say if they have a safeguard at hand n'n_ and'____ dn__ _nnt___ accented. _favor_ uu -Ann--- "nrt'>_ut.it'_.'''tuo D. "TT"_
.I I THE WEATHER-AND OTHER THINGSIt I exercise it. Remember always that the pedple are long suffering and are was .interested financially in matters"I I take this means of announcing my
much like sheep they follow whither that came before him. lie exhibiteda
they are led. In small communitiesthe candidacy for the position of Coun-
has seldom seemed worth while to deny an absurd falsehood. A plaus- circulation of a recall petition would be the occasion for engendering bias in favor of the rich and the cilman, subject to the action of the
powerful. He had
no true
ible lie may do much damage, if it be vicious, but when a mendacious/ storyis bitterness that would never be forgotten. The moral effect of being subjectto of the position that he held appreciation or of- voters at the forthcoming city elec-

told and goes beyond the limits of the probable it usually falls of its own recall might operate upon some timid souls, but it is to be remembered thatit his responsibilities to the people. He t j tion. I pledge my best endeavors for"

I weight. is not this type that we have to fear. It would have little effect with de- was a man misplaced. II I i a businesslike! administration so far
it is
Such is the kind that some of the Gazette readers have brought to our termined men whether their acts were of such color as to elicit commendationor The vote of the Senate by which he I'has I possible to control.for one holding thatposition
at' I attention connected with the California disapproval.It loses his office and is forever debarred I ? .J
recent freeze. We are told that a J. W. THOMPSON.
from holding another is the most impressive fJ|
1 certain publication printed a picture showing a figure of Jack Frost spreadingover is forward ; judgment .
rendered
the entire State of Florida and barely reaching California with his fingers. government- body for many a year. It goes by that far'I I In making this my announcementfor

Accompanying the picture was a statement that the fruit and vegetable crops zette favors the submission of the question at the next city election, but before beyond the personal fortunes of the I'(I voters councilman in soliciting, I wish their to promise that the
of Florida had been the is decided it is well I unhappy culprit. It is support
totally destroyed by cold. issue enough to view it in all its aspects. a deathblowto I shall exercise in that position, if ,
;v the
r s We fail to see how this kind of. fiction is going to hurt Florida very mat 0II by popular demagogy! the judicial recall elected] the best judgment I can com
It reestallishesthe
terially, if at all. There never was an investor who didn't investigate with uproar. mand in discharging the duties andobligations i
u II I THE FIGHT IS supremacy of the people by (
ON-"I TOLD constitutional -
YOU SO"The f'o
I
of
a some care, the conditions surrounding his prospective investment, particularly methods. It is a warning the office. .
if he purposed buying land. Besides the to all T. M. RIVERS. ..'"
v ordinary means of publicity there Gazette predicted that a fight would be precipitated between Demo- public servants, notably those "
thousands of winter visitors in the State who who think they have tenure -
,are are writing thousands pf crats in Congress the for life,
over tariff question, and that the factional I hereby .
fight wouldwax that the announce myself candidate
rp letters of power that made them is a
home the
telling perfect weather that we've had in Florida all winter
the for
member of
as warm as party fight has been previously.The alert and able to the City Council ;
: --these visitors keep track of the temperature much more -carefully than first flurry than : unmake them if they of Kissimmee subject to the action of f
verifies this false.
more New
prove
9 apprehension. Majority Leader York World. the electors in the
forthcoming elec-
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the regular residents, and they are the most enthusiastic advertisers the State Underwood told tion. I
William
Chase Temple of the Citrus Exchange that he take this method of pledging.
was
t'' ha*. asking for a prohibitive tariff citrus fruits SPECIAL NOTICE.The my best efforts in the interest of the ,
on and
not a competitive tariff. in the
t city ,
event of
We acquainted with the fact that my election.M. .
are California press agents have been The majority leader favors Kisssimmee Automobile Club
a reduction of the duty. Mr Temple stated that B. WILSON.
$ ; active for several J years in doing their utmost to turn travel away from Florida. he had a quarter of a million dollars invested in the citrus fruit will hold a meeting at 7:80 Tuesday

We wish that there were some positive and conclusive way to deal with these wanted it protected. Mr. William Chase industry, and evening, January 28, in the Council NOTICE.
Temple is like
just other Chamber.
l culprits.: They are utterly despicable and their methods are to be condemned industry-he wants his business protected captains of All members .are urged Notice is hereby !given that.In order -
v*' \ b at the expense of the people. to attend, and all persons who have to qualify to vote in the' election,
t ven't been able hurt city
'JI" :; ;yet they to us much, if any. Florida has a name and When it comes Id brass tacks automobiles invited
,
nobody blames Mr. William are to be
Chase taxes
poll
present.
',, + Temple. But must be paid i
on or before
y1. :; tt fame too well established to suffer any considerable damage from a lot of.hired when the is Business of importance.
question considered
1' of Saturday
I' asa_ matter party principle it looms up ina February 8. .
: :. calumniators. E. L
LESLEY
; different light President. C. L. BANDY,
; T. M. RIVERS,
Secretary.
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THE; IMMEE vALLEY GAZETTB The 'of I PACB', '7. "
Telephone No. 11. I. friends R. DeWitt;; Brown The, pedal display or-auks In :the v
.. will be pleated to learn that he iA) window of M. Kate's store is attract I Is wn.on"ha.a.a n sin in'I life which he ST":.CLOUD. BANK J. cif
I Published EveryFriday sufficientlyrecovered from' his- attempting to perform in njanner
Br recent, ing considerable Attention. a r I sALEJ.
w. HARRIS. illness t. be eat again that excites the admiration.! DECLARES DIVIDEND. .FOR ,

; ...O...... ... oo .o.. Large stock:' of mm dress And' -work will The ladies of the Catholic Church Mr. and Mr R: L. 'Farmerare en '//1, -aere tract for'$500. .*..":-' :-, -
give The ,
.. shirts' just. received. None better In a euchre party and other tertaining at their home Mr. and Mrs St. Cloud "Tribune prints th e 5-apre tracts for'$300. > ?

Weather the city. See them,, at F H. Law- church fcnnsementa for the benefit of their Thornton of Nebraska, Mrs. White of following concerning the First ''Na 4 s..acre.tracts for $1600.;
Report aon's. at Firemen's hall, Tuesday,, Mrsv.Farmer .tional Bank : . ;
.- ..6-lt. January,- everybody welcome Admission (;amaandthe elder" '. -of of- St. Cloud/ "which 18' -acre.tnet. for $1350. '.
25 Arthur E. Donegan, of Kissimmee 70 acres j
Mrs. T. M., Rivers : cents. is for.$1000. '
has .
Following are the daily temperature her home on Mabbett street been !ill this at '' Mrs. Eva Preston Lash, of Tampa, president, and P.. A. Vans Agnew, of 900acres with Ane'oranee and aTape- '
Is
and week Mrs. H. G,. Stanford has been elect- in Kissimmee, a guest of the Kissinmee' director .
precipitation.as'' to the regret of her many ed stone Inn. Mrs. Gray- ( a } fruit grove, $35 per,acre.
'. reported by the Government friends. president' of the Hart Chapter American man of Lash Is a hotel wo On Jan. 9- the stockholders of the 't' .
Woman's experience COTTAGES
and Is
. station League, to succeed looking for First
at Klmlmmee for the Just Mrs. W. B. Makinson, 11 favorable location.. She has National"'Bank held their annual 1 6-room
In big lot of men's resigned. Mrs. been cottage with 2 lots, $800. .
Underwear 'a
. week ending Jan. 23 191X.: .halt a down leading makes Stanford is I'one of the most activememberl prospecting in several Florida cities, meeting and "' -elected the old 1 6-room cottage .with.2.; lots '
with 1500.
A. I I prices to suit of the chapter and the honor but has not found the exact spot yet. Board of Directors: The cashier J. ,
* 'everybody. Also 5-room
MAC men'night a thus She is much cottage with 1 lot, $1600. "
impressed r
HIM. bestowed Is
' .a6ia's robes. P. \ i one of recognized with Kisslm- W. Squires,
: Friday '."..'-" 78 56 I H. Lawson's. 5-lt', deserts.. inee prospects for development, and presented' a'report' of the 1 6-room ''cottage. with""lot*75x147 tt;'"
I earnings' the bank for'
:1:. i' Saturday. ..... 82 66 . Wanted an elderly man and wife The may locate here. months, and the ,the past six electric lights, hot and cold'water, S,
Mexican stockholders .
.. . to. Marimba band and .were barn-nice.yard '-"
. Sunday., . 80 R4 occupy -Tarnished house In Cape Spanish DIXIE well pleased with close in, $2100. l' "
Breeze singers return ,to the Pas- THEATER his,
owner to have report and the .
Monday. . . one room.
82 57 . City time theater HOUSES
Those
Monday for who excellent
water, good garden ground. a week's are not attending this condition of the bank. 4
I Tueaday. .. . 88 59 . very 10.Apply to Mrs. D. E Low Rent engagement. When here in December popular little place are missing a rare The directors then met and 1 10-room house, modern, close. in,' '.
Wednesday . ell. they played to,crowded houses their treat in the re-elee- $3750
82 63 . ; moving pictur ehne. For ed the .
tit! old
officers C
. repertoire of standard, classic and the past two or three for the coming of
Thursday 82 weeks have been 1 12-rOom
63v . house
modern close
in ,
Palmer popular year: president ,.
selections shown
Rosemond, State Bank Ex 'was so well receIVed some unusually fine pictures. A. E. Donegan; rice- i
j i aminer, was in Kissimmee Tuesday that our music loving people Many two and three-reel features being president, E. G. Farris.: __hi.. ..., T. $4250. ,\
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- -,-- Ue went from -hera n'v 4 t t J..-....._ .nu-.... ...._.' could not get enOUJ'h. TllAV Uflll llAUT_ run and prove to be highly"inter- W. Squires: aast. cashier--- --,---O.- 1 S-roort house,' modern, close in, '
>iiiiiiM i represent the State at the ever hear next several of the ndd estinsr. Watta S. something fine, $4250.
'Opening and
I of the Haines overtures they The teller S. Squires.' ,'t< !
City bank. He were unable to play war scenes'are .
. con- especially good I ASK -
i ktinued his official visit to Lakeland) during their short engagement be- and are very thrilling. The mana They then declared a. 3 per cent a
THE LOCAL FIELD iMI : from that place. fore. There are eight people in the gers will soon have on hand pictures I semi annual dividend this being the ,?,:

: The ladles company who make a program of of the Balkan war with Turkey, 1912. fifth since the bank started. Mrs. Mary Summers
of the Spanish
and Also 'i
are Episcopal church i lets. popular songs and play- the great Sarah Bernhardt in La The following well' known y'LAKEVIEW' ''
preparing to present an You will miss Tasca and men con-
operetta a musical
inn treat a
niii great tea
iniiiiiiii entitled "The I'Ilf temperance stitute the board COTTAGE '
Pennant, and rehearsals -\ you fail to hear the Marimba. ture- Alcohol. These of directors: Arthur
Have you seen those pretty Coat are being held regularly. The reels. Another two reel being feature double E. Donegan, P. A. Vans Agnew, E. G. 608 Penfield Are. Near Clyde. '

Suits an Stanfords 60-ttf; talent cast has In been selected from the besf The guests of the Graystone enjoyed "When Uncle Sa mwas Young" is a Farris Emil Graf and J. W. Squires. Clyde, the second street west of court
town and the entertainment an unusual treat Sunday evenIng great American: and The new house leading.south.DANN'S .
W. II. Brokaw story will be bank '
with promises building is
to be
Griffing Brothers one of unusual merit. when the ladies of the Wehrman pleasing to everyone. nearing .
the tree people. Quartet, who had filled Notice completion, and when completed will '- -- - - -------
40tfII. An epidemic of a lyceum en- of these pictures will be *I _
measles Is inter gagement at the be one Of the
school auditorium given the public later. most handsome build-
C. Stanford Co. now have the fering work. .to The some extent with the school Saturday evening, gave an impromptu I The place to spend your afternoons ings in Osceola county. The location n

overall agency for the famous Happgrade ed from such only afflictions comfort is to be gain concert in the hotel parlors. The and evenings is at tl.eDixie---where is the best in St. Cloud for such'an institution. 2
to be
found guests and -
0-tf in the fact that | others who were so for- you see high-class and life size .
pie
the I The old
seem to be Inevitable tunate as to hear them spoke in the tures and always corps Of officers $
Mr. Frank W. Rowell) arrived recently through, and no child has passed highest terms of the musical ability . get your money'worth. s are well known to the visitors of St. .

fcom Berlin, N. H., to spend a him if he the hasn't full course ordained for and graceful presence of the singers Adv. Cloud/ and they will continue to DEPARTMENT
extend -
few weeks with his sister, Mrs. D. E. measles, mumps, whooping run the gauntlet of I I and number their accompanist. The lyceum SPLENDID PROGRAM ATCHAPTER the courtesies of the bank to the
Lowell. the cough, and which they filled is voted to old t
other common maladies. ,I have been the best of the course HOUSE patrons and are ready to welcome
so
Special sale all I I far, and was attended The Tuesday new ones and make them feel at home.
on silks. Cut from Mrs. J. W. Squires, of St. '" by a large au evening reception at STORE
25 to 40 entertained Cloud dience. So far the course has been the Chapter House Safety deposit boxes be had
per cent. Next 10 days. II. a delegation from the Kissimmee .leuccesa a was another pleas may at
C. this season and it should be ant affair in the reasonable rates. .............. .... s
Stanford Co. chapter order of the series for \ \-\ '
Eastern arranged --
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bO-tf Star Thursday of last an encouragement to those who had the .......................-\..-\..- .tr
week. The the season by the Hart +"
Chapter.
Stamping of all work of the I enterprise to undertake the sale Dr. Nina
kinds, D. M. order Reame
C. was Mrs. Smith
of tickets John and l
exemplified to try for McPhatter and Mrs. her \
stranded cotton, all colon, white for the visitors, and three a bigger and bet- H mother
crochet candidates ter
cotton 30, i IO> and 70; punch and were initiated. The Kissimmee course next season.- M. Pfann were the hostesses and a this spent several days in Tampa

embroidery needles, etc. Miss Lord. of the St. Cloud chapter were instruc guests! I Homer T. splendid program had been arranged week. They are much pleased rn
Wilson who with
!Nips. Helen tively entertained, and enjoyed the lures at the Christian delivered lec- which was faultlessly carried out. this section and intend to make ;i iSpecial

Brainerd linen KhflmJMHJIHK trip thoroughly I even in.. .. of fl..... .....aalr '.''_church.__L __every, Miss Blake and Mrs. Bullock side trips during the season until
KuuK and -- - ft rendered -
'MK irvrBiiHK I .uvugn ana In-
hair at their homes. Best references.Jltuitra '1 I On next Tuesday evening at the eluding Thursday, spoke to the upper I a violin duet,, which was warm- I 444004400000000000 \
Mail or phone 36. 5-7tpd j I Chapter House an especially fine grades in the school chapel Thursday ly applauded; Mrs. Earl Lupfer oQo KISSIMMEE M
pro gave PARK:
0
gram will be morning. Mr. Wilson I :
is A.
rendered. I a student a in
reading her
Kissimmee Auto Oarage and Machine who have already consented Among to: those take of human nature, a humanitarian I Miss usually artistic manner 0000000040 ..+<.4 ... G
in ; Ethel Lee
Company will part Miss the best sense'!, delighted the au-
are
do anything in Blake, whose playing a deep thinker O. T. Collins is
dience doing
lathe upon the violin and an impressive with a recitation, and some fencing
ol machine so speaker. He Miss
work
for for delighted those I and _
you charmed ditching for
C.
his audiences Louise II. Blanchaine
present last and what is Thomason on
automobiles Tuesday night. gave a piano solo
boats Also
and
all other better he his
.
ma Miss White implanted prairie land.L.
thoughts
who is a reader that will which won 4
of j I responsive applause.
chinery. exceptional j bear fruit for
15tfTapt. charm good. A public McCallister
and ability. speaker The next is drilling a well for
Brown's
could reception is
hope for planned to bea
orchestra better
will no
R. E. play several results. lie Mr. Zimmerman.A. .
Rose numbers
State'! Chemist, I impresses bit more elaborate
with and this alone will insure one as being in'the business than the pre- '
headquarters at Tallahassee, was a delightful of lecturing for the ceding Nyman is plantjng his
in Kinflimmee; evening. The ladies in charge good that he may ones. More seats will be pro- spring
HOMe lived in Osceola Wednesday. Capt. making every effort to make this are the accomplish rather than for the money vided and a larger crowd be crop of potatoes.C. .
he .county before best program so far. he makes out of it, for no admis- may en- II. Blanchaine is
became State Ample tertained. An getting another
Chemist seating admission of Sale
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and has sion was 25 cents
charged, and it
I arrangements is to be five
friends will be regretted acre tract
made.
here by the Admix will be ready for
score'! who always sion 25 cents, for '! that the collections which charged. The chapter is pay- planting
the were .
him benefit tubers.C.
give: of
a hearty welcome. piano fund. the taken were not of a sum sufficient for j ing for the piano, and the fund is be- ,
any one to cast envious E. Allen has
,I eyes upon. Mr. ing accumulated in this manner. great success killing .
, coons. '

".. / -' T. W. Swindler has sold his place on -

I consisting of 10 acres to Mrs. John

Hauser. Mr. Swindler has recently Y

built a very nice residence on his

Silks place, also has three acres of grape- Towels

SilksMONDAY fruit and orange trees set out. We I.

KATZ'S congratulate\\ !. Hauser on getting
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this property. ,

i I Oger Enge and Joe Enge are .1q'i..

packing'oranges, for Mr. Stratton.

1 ... This job will last about two months. ':

Mr T. W. Swindler and. family Intend Exceptional it t

f tol go' back' to his old home at ,

and Newberry, S. .C., after he has allhis,
TUESDAY
business affairs "'
straightened up here.
' Mr. Sayers is making great Im- Values for

provements by setting out grapefruitand

: orange trees on his beach front
1's
lot. .
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looking Kimber fine and Barnes'. truck farm ia 10eMonday k

Five
colored men came over Tuesday -
GET ABOARD to work for T.-Paris. .
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to MeCool's grove preparing to pack t


It's a question for you to .decide. On Jan 27th. and 28th fruit.Mr.. and Mrs. McKelvey accompan ,1 i i ;
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complete stock of SILKS that in Mr. were here Tuesday( morning ,.t

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It's up to you, thorefore, to decide upon just how much of McKelvey.fortunately tossed which the was. they occupants towing were rescued into astern the by lake Mr.and TuesdayONLY !f 1 ) ,


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I y ; Intinlt-: and Interesting Stories 1) I Bishop Gray Confirms One i z? 1


4: :'i;, About People of the Times J\+,I I, Of -The-Seminole- Leaders II t- What Good Roads Would Mean To flprida _

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) Richmond society is keenly interested money and broken her heart with his !! Teaching, Preaching, Plowing and Planting, Being Taught by (Manufacturers Record.) worth annually many millions of-dol( .

I ed in the announcement that Mrs: I gallantries, he -is now sure the great i. Episcopal Missionary to Remnant of Tribe. In special correspondence in thisweek's lars to the whole state. On the**
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: t:Charles Dana, Gibson' of New York' powers will make him king of Albania -'I issue from Tampa some suggestions I roads a motorist would scarcely ever
;.11 'is to return to her I old home,to,singh and talks of an American heiress are made as to the imptfrt- | be out of sight of 'another automobile

;i ', h" a(t v charity concert, ,: to be given to share his throne From far away down in the Everglades farm, and is teaching the, Indians agriculture ante of the building of a good road for Florida Is pre-eminently thtj
!t ,::1""'."I, thereW. ; ', ".1 Prince Albert is handsome, ': 'scli where dwell the Seminole In- -how to take care of them- connecting Jacksonville and the West predestined great winter-tourist point]

As Miss Irene J.&ngherne, Mrs. ting, accomplished, and comes from 1 diana, comes the story that the rem- selves other than by hunting and Coast at Tampa. The.cost as reported and playground and healthInvlgorsf'j
Gibson was one of the most popular one of the oldest families in Europe. '' nant of this once mighty tribe isugain trading. The tract of land selected is would be exceedingly small in propor- '; ing region for the people of the whole

girls in Richmond. Her beauty and When Turkey dominated Roumama, : turning their attention toward high and dry and is very rich, and tion to the good \.0I..., accomplished; North Atlantic and Eastern section of
j ,charming' personality won her the his ancestors were elected "lords"of the customs of civilization from which contains hundreds of acres, while the but while the state and the (counties the country and of much of the West'
I 1 friendship of the late Mrs. William the country more than once Hence they no doubt have drifted down, surrounding country is covered by between Jacksonville and Tampa are The sooner the business men and Oil'
Astor: then the leader of New York !his: title of "prince," though even the through the ages since the.greaA white water a great part of the time. In considering such a \ as this | counties and state. officials take ups'

society. oldest Roumanian houses, such as the lace faded from the American continent I. fact, there was more water in that attention should ;; Mrs. Gibson has a. beautiful soprano Bibesco and the Vacaresco familiesdo leaving the red man master ofithc section during Christmas time than I East Coast of Florida to a through ( reap this rich harvest. The drainin,'
+ 4 voice. The concert at which not use the titles great domaip; till the white man I. had ever seen before. road Connecting Jacksonville and Ml- I, of the K\erglades: is a great piece of

she is to sing will be given in the Jefferson should: come again to assume his I "I was met at Ft. Myers by I Dr. i ami. There are fairly good stretches I work, fraught with great possibilities
:* I auditorium for the benefit of The Duke of Tallyrand a..,il the' place! on the Western hemisphere Godden, and we drove some seven')'-I I of road between .Jacksonville andMiami : fur the wealth of the state, but th .
c the Sheltering Arms Free hospital, ana duchess de TallYl'and, who was :Miss This time it is Christamuation I I '
( cup-
i five miles across the country to Glade but their value is largely cle- draining of the Everglades is of small1
<. Institution which both Mrs. Gibson Anna Gould, and their little boy, who I pled with civilization that is bringing Cross, the doctor's home. Nearly the xtroyed by *!ic fuel thut they are notconnected important to Florida as ('ompartd
1 and her sister, Mrs.v Waldorf Astor, is the Prussian duke of Sagan, I I, about the change. \
: entire trip was made throug'nwater.. up with theic.suits) that would follow they
have aided for years. reached New York Sat'urday'to at-I I I The Right Reverend Bishop William It wax quite a long and tiresome trip, While Florida is studying the prop- building of these two first-class highh,
Friends of the artist's wife were Gould, which took
place Wednesday
Crane Gray, in charge of the Episco- but at last we were rejoiced to find osition for a network of great highways ways.
a delighted when they learned she would January 22. I
!! pal Diocese of Southern Florida, and ourselves out upon the high stretch throughout the state, these two ti
make the from New 1
trip York'specially
who has the interests of his people at of country, and soon reached our destination propositions are worthy of immediate I I
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k to sing for her favorite'charity.. A New England which
newspaper heart, left his beautiful home and I Ir Godden's home and the consideration by the counties through
While there Mrs. Gibson will stay atc published a little item Sunday about pleasant surroundings in Orlando, and I little chapel which these roads would run. It I This from Senator IFollette tkother "
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. there being $34.72 now tucked ,
Hobson. awayIn I spent the Christmas holidays with theI "Christmas day the Indians had as- is reasonably safe to say that if there day: {
the national treasury vaults for I Seminoles, for the reason that he j serA Lied from ev'ry. section of the were two first-class motor roads, one ""It president Wilson tries to serve:
every man, woman and child, that i could get a larger number of them together country to take part in the festivitiesand from Jacksonville to Miami and one the interests of the people, I'm goinf
In an attempt to discourage the use amount being the divisionof
capita !
per on that festal occasion than religious services. The Seminoles from Jacksonville to the West Coast, to support him, and I am confidestthat ,
of paint and powder by the girls of the reserve fund now held there-
t : at any other time. The Bishop,' discussing are taking on to the white man's cele there would be almost an unbroken other progressive republicans art,
the Erasmus Hall High school, Brook was responsible for a deluge of 500 '
his visit said: bration of Christmas and line of automobiles to be with me.
''' it was seen on $
$ lyn, Miss Kate E. Turner, assistant letters/ received Tuesday in Washington my
yr, principal is making determined ef- by Director of the Mint Roberts |! "On Christmas day I had the pleasure knowledge of this that took me to these roads during the entire winter. "If Wilson hacks down and yield'and

fort to interest the girls in athletics. The writers all asked that Roberts of confirming Hotulcahatsee, or Glade Cross on this festal occassion. New England, with its splendid compromises with the reactionaries
d "There are not really so many girls send them their $34.72 forthwith. i "Billy Fewell," as he is more familiar- From Miami and the East Coast Glade roads and its fine summer climate, I I'll help hammer him to the
c who paint and powder," said Miss One man even specified that his i ly called The Seminoles no longer Cross can only be reached by boat draws tens of thousands of motorists ground." 'I
Turner, Sunday, "but these few are amount should be sent in' $I bills and have chiefs, but leaders, and llotulca- Many Indians came over in their who annually leave in that section So hot, Robert, so hot! Too much!
3l' noticed and commented upon, while" j pennies, : hatsee, who has embraced the ChrisI canoes from that section. I always many millions of dollars. Indeed it strenuosity. Conserve your resourc :
y the 1,500 sweet, sensible, and powder- I tian religion, is one of their great go down on the west side of the State has been carefully estimated by rail and preserve your strength. Tbi)
less girls are'nt counted. The Riding and Hunt club of Washington leaders-one high up in their coun and drive over. road men that the tourist business longest life possible to you. Otherwise -;
"f "Less embroidery and more athletics have sent out invitations to cils. "The Seminoles now number about yields to New England an annual crop what will become of the U. 8.
i' "The six hundred men, and while of $60,000,000. This is probably I when thou art deceased ? Ruin mutt
is the remedy, and we are doing the members of their families and confirmation services took we are a conservative -
k great work in encouraging basketball, their house guests for a club meeting : place at Glade Cross, a little trading ,making some progress with them in estimate. Moreover, it is increasing needs overtake and engulf us-std
hockey and other forms of exercise Friday evening, at 8:30 o'clock, to be station far away from the haunts of I Christian teachings, I hope the Na more rapidly probably than I thy calamitous demise be followed bf''
among the girls. followed by an exhibition drill. (, civilization. tional Government will adopt some any other crop ill the country. New I disaster-following fast and following

'The athletic girl is in bed at 9:30: The exhibition is given for membersand I "Dr. Godden, who is missionary to active measures for taking care of f England does not appeal to the motor- I faster Our liberties destroyed ou';

nightly, has a complexion; that needsno their guests only, and will consistof the Seminoles, resides at Glade Cross, and civilizing; this remnant ot the rat for a summer trip so strongly as institutions subverted, our hop
artificial aid, and enjoys the finesthealth. several novelty events participated '': and is doing a most splendid work Seminoles tribes in our State. Florida would appeal to the motoristfor crushed to a quiverirg pulp benea ,, .

;4 I raise my protest against' in by members of the club, also a'I! among the people. lie has their ut- a winter trip if two main high- the iron heel of oppression. Got vAt:

f, y midnight suppers after the theater I cavalry drill by troop C, Fifteenth ',most confidence and is reaching them Pat (relating an experience at sea) ways, one down the East Coast and Tis terrible 1-Enid (Okla.) Events.;' .
for little'girls who, when they should cavalry, stationed at Fort Myer. The J along a dual line, teaching and -Yes. When he struck the rock h e one to the West Coast. '"I' ,{'

be romping and playing, are receiving band from the above post will play. I preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom, keeled over.on one fide, and his- The tourist business to Florida is Undressing the Chicken.,. ;< J\
calls from the boys and young men throughout the evening. and at the same time giving them a John-But, my dear fellow, don't capable of indefinite development. It A little slum child was enjoying W*t''
and thus becoming old and blase half Among the events in which the club practical knowledge in agricultural you know you should always call is possible by active work on the part first glimpse of pastoral life. t'.
*:;dozen yeari#before their time." members will participate will be the I pursuits best suited to the section in ship 'she T' "a of the people and the railroads to The setting sun was gildIng.th.
French game of Jen de Barre which I which they live. PatAh easily quadruple the tourist travel to grass and roses of the old-f shlon*&.:
sic ::Prince Albert Ghika, pretender to will'be played by three ladles and then "While no special reservation has but this was a mail boat!I that state, as great as it now is. The garden, and on a little stool h.* t"

iv the Albanian throne, is ,looking for by three gentlemen will take part, i I been set apart ;for the Seminoles by It i is just as well to get it most powerful factor in accomplish beside the farmer' wife who .J p!*{,;
I bother wife. Having married a rich ,and as a distinct novelty, it is pro- : the United States, the Government the start, so call it right at"t ing this would be good roads.. There plucking a chicken. .::.
: ,English woman on the strength of his .posedfcogiv indoor "parcel post. ought to be good roads all Florida
an steeplechaserace owns a large body of land in the There is no "a" in it over lie watched the operation'grav&t.
vi"r ,'claim -"Jo the 'same kingdom .fifteen which will be, run 'off in heats, Everglades, and in this tract Dr. God there is no "parcels" officially, and I connecting up every county' seat, for some time; .Then he spoke:. >t
'. ;;.. ;5rr al'9,Sand. having spent all herr"j" and in which professionals, ride. den has,, established an experimental | News. post.3avannah but [in the meantime two main highways "Do you take oft their clothe en.ff;;

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:Many kind Jegumes,,such.:as.the 'Floridians-ought.to' rejoice'and be 'REALTY COMPANY -
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varieties of kidney bean and, cowpea, glad.! Up to the'present moment we ,

have come from crosses. Until crosses have badthe'most open' and 'delight.- :

Not For have been made) we do not know ful weather known to have' been recorded Prairie Land,", Orange Grovel, !'High Hammock Lands" y,

Sale what possibilities are hidden In' any in the history of the?state,,and Timber Land Land at all Prices and on Easy Term 'f ;
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plants. For four years the Experi- the future la girt with bright'-'' and ,

ment Station 'has been crossing and luminous skies. Indeed, we do' not a
2,000 acre Stock Rand, willjeich.nje LaU value
the useful of
selecting most
plants remember
when
there was ever before i
for otter real estate -:. -:- .: -:- ,
T7HE BRADLEY NAME the velvet-bean family, Some of our such' a rich rainbow of promise. How .. ,. t .

cannot. \>& bought results may 'be of use to. those who I, la it elsewhere Along the Ohio"and 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for Half value ; '

it are breeding legumes.The Cumberland) rivers thousands of f for other real: estate, balance easy payment .:-, s
A A except asi, .Appears on. Cross people have been rendered homeless,
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the bags of high grade To cruse legumes ,we usually pull and out \California" the orange aqd .
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA 'kr
fertilizers which it off the antlers before the flower-bud lemon groves have been frozen stiff, I

opens, and,jut pollen from the other and the owners are up against the _
covers and which it plant on the end of the style. An easy same hard proposition as when the or-

guarantees. It has way in the velvet-bean family is to ange groves of this state were swept
cut off the flower which out of existence. Let be thankful "Ml
stood for for tip'of a contains us
quality fifty years,; it is the the pollen, and to fasten it by a and! make ,tile\ best of our opportuni- .

best guarantee you can have; it is crop clip of thin wire like a cap over the ties.-Ocala Banner.A I I DOllED L LEITXEB'S iNSUBflflCE x flGEHGYTh

insurance.; No other brand has endured end of the style of the flower of the

and maintained its other plant. All except the crossed Distinguished Figure. :i I -' .Oldtx and largest iuuranM Agency In O......&County; Ida'i
supremacy so long. flowers are cut away from the bunch, Judge P. W. White of Quincy, a I\I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH.

There is no secret about the wonderful and all flower-bunches which are not brother of Mr. A. C. White of Citra, -;-- ...I-.C>NE ue {

growth of the Bradley trade in Florida; used for crossing are cut off the plant. and uncle of Mr. Chas. W. White of .

it is the natural result of The crossed 'seeds! resemble the ordi- New York and Citra, is visiting Jack- .
Superior meritof nary seeds of the mother plant. sonville at the age of 93, feeling fit C. Ai: CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. i "

the goods themselves. The Firat Generation.The and fine. He participated in the in-

plants whjr'h grow from the augural ceremonies of Hon. Park'' The Waters & Carson -
BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERSI crossed seeds are usually alike. Theydo Trammell), and was present at the inaugural -

not breed true; but though they are ceremonies of Florida's first
state governor in 1845.-Ocala Ban-
useless themselves, useful plants can
has never bee the policy of the Companyto be raised from: their seeds in the next ner. Grocery Company

sell the cheapest goods. The best fertilizers generation.The. a
A DISTINGUISHED TRIO. .
i are the cheapest in the long: run and the best is Second Generation.In .
Florida is now entertaining three I'' i i
Retail In
Wholesale and Dealer ?
never too for this different
I good our trade. Florida soils are generation many t
very distinguished editors: Colonel
i deficient in all the principal elements of varities appear. Most of them are of
plant growth Henry Watterson, the "Nestor of .
I no value; but a small percentage are GROCERIES .
and they must be added in Journalism "
larger quantities than ; Colonel William Jen-
usually better than either of the
in most other states. For this reason 'Bradley's grandparents in different ways. When nings Bryan, editor of the Commoner,
Fertilizers the one of the world's famous men, and
: are fertilizers for Florida growers. the Lyon bean was crossed at the Ex- .
Colonel Thomas Watson, editor ofWatson's .3e0
periment Station with the velvet- 40444000000044000
Write us today for booklet, mailed free. bean, the plants of the second gener- Jeffersonian, and a historianof ,
ation differed from note. These men do not love each WE SELL: WE BUY: r
another in
The American Agricultural Chemical Co. one other more than they ought to, but HAY, la i '
the
following characters: they had .
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Jacksonville Sale. they are all in love with Florida.- ,
1 Department., either purple or white flowers; smooth <. GRAIN, *
P. O. Box 216, Jacksonville, Florida. i leaves or wrinkled leaves; very early Pensacola Journal.A FURS, ., i

early, medium late late flow- > FERTILIZERS, *. (
'= or very Progressive J Jovernor.; > O WOOL \ 1",:'

ers; short, long, or very long vines: ; The new governor of Florida, lion. 4 SHINGLES, *. 7\ ,
short, medium, or long bunches; whiteor <: 4
Park Trammell, in his inaugural ad- .
black shoots; stinging, intermediate / > ORANGE BOXES, 4 AND 4' '
dress, shows himself to be an advocateof 1, 4 M'
coarse downy, fine downy, coarse 1 "
advanced ideas. lie even ORANGE WRAPS ALL a l"
goes so ,
prATE OF velvet, fine velvet, or smooth pods
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; far as to favor the recall, but whetherof 4 .
pods bursting open, or not opening; VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY 4. '.
judges or not we do not know. We
thick or thin hulls; many or few seedsin ..
Oldest Bank in Osceola County the pods; fertile, or mostly Infer- heartily approve of that feature of his I 4 CRATE NAILS, 0 PRODUCE. .
address, t tile flowers; large, medium or small I .....0 t
Depository For tures, in which he advocates giving 44040440004000000 000000000044 .
I :MTll> NTtTKN, (i OII KU: :>.M&.\T I'ONTAL. N %\ I\Y: "'''''1114 seeds; broad or narrow seeds;..roundedor cities the right to amend their charters w
TTK OK Kl.OHIUA. flattened seeds; very large, large,
thus
COl'J\TY 'OK OMCKMI.A: CITY OK KISSIM MKK.: medium, small, or very small crops; relieving the legislature of We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. r '
did that rather troublesome and time-tak- We give special 'attention to fitting out hunting and camping partial.
etc. The characters ) not blend.A .
Capital Stock Fully Paid ______________________ t____50000.00 ing job.-Savannah News. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. #

Surplus ___________I________________--. ___________ 30000.00 plant either had a character and We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars-a a: +
showed it had it hidden and showed S
or fertilizers.
Stockholders Liability ______________________________ 50000.00 ; CATTLEMEN TO FIGHTREDUCTION prices on ,
it in part of the offspring did
Depositors Security ______________________________130000.00 ; or OF TARIFF. --- \ -
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INTEREST PAID IN SAYINGS DEPARTMENT. hidden by the opposite characterwere I Illllll *. ;

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. : white flowers, short pods, one Phoenix Ariz.-A bitter attack.up- '
on the Democratic policy of tariff reduction DANCING !
kind of earliness short vines
C A. Canon, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz N. B. Carton, etc. as applied to dressed meats ,
President. Vice President. Snd Vice Prest. Cashier Nearly a thousand plants were and cattle on the hoof will be launchedat EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT '
grown. About two per cent. prom- .'
the sixteenth annual convention of '
ised to be better than their grand- .FIREMEN TTATAT4, "! '
the American Live :Stock association. .;.'. ,
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parents in certain ways."The : -6 IIIII mi i iimi lnn ii i "
," which will meet in this city January tl'' .,'
following novelties (among 116.. ..... ,,j ,! ;
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The cattle men claim that any at- ,
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT plants, flowering in June; plants with tempt to put meat on the free list will r

short vines; pods larger than those of be opposed by the American organi-

INSURANCE Yes. Best CompaniesWhy larger the Lyon than; smooth those of black the pods Lyon; bean seeds; zation. They state that such a course FINE INVESTMENTp k
would be inimical tb the interests ofa
deep brown seeds short flower r
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great industry and would work irre- .

not use the same good judgment in buying bunches. parable havoc. As set forth by those BUY NOW, SELL THIS WINTER : : r,

Insurance that you do in buying goods for your Selecting the Constancy.The already on the ground, "It will requirethe "
AT A LARGE INCREASE v :
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seeds from the best plants of most diligent and careful work f '...
tore clothe for family ? '
or your r' i p
the second generation were sown by the live stock and agricultural 1 : '

separately. (The seeds of different classes to prevent the rank discrimination :.
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The far-sighted and wise people are buying Real EstaU NOW. r
ARTHUR E DONEGAN INSURANCE AGENCYD. plants were never mixed.) Their off- I contemplated by those who We offer as an investment the following list of property to be sold I ;It,
spring showed whether these plants wish to reduce the tariff 'on meats and
as a whole, at about two-thirds Its actual value, and on easy term I. .; ?
were constant in particular char- "
any agricultural
products. "
of payment. The improved property included in the.list bring a'
G. WAGNER, Manager: acter. To breed plants true to pur- Among other questions which will rental of $69.00 per month. i! tOne i-i-

ple flowers we sowed fifty seeds be considered at the annual meetingof .

separately from each of a number of the association are the following: nine-room house with bath and electric: lights, fronting on I .'

purple-flowered plants. Those that Import duties on live stock meat brick paved street, renting for $20.00 per month. This property i I .' J

produced fifty purple-flowered off- products, wool and hides. easily worth $2,500.00.Fiveroom i .
K.t>blfch.d 1850 Reference. : Your Banker .
spring were true to purple flowers. Control of disposition of the semi- 4''
-J..S. STANTON & CO. The others gave about three quarters arid unappropriated public grazing cottage and bath nearly new, modern In every way,

WHOLESALE PRODUCE with purple flowers, and one quarter lands. on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per '

Oraa..01aa.TY: MEMPHIS. TENN. with white flowers. All white flowered Classification of the public domain month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. rY

Ore.nlir.: Grapefruit: .lireta'toleC. plants were true to white flowers.In and investigation of land conditionsin Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street,
the same way we proceeded with the West by a special committee of
Ywial has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month. This ,
lateness and earliness; long and short congress. I property if purchased.separately would cost $1,250.00.

pods; fertile and infertile flowers; Railroad rates on live stock from

large and small crops; etc. The first inter-mountain country to Pacific Four-room cottage, located on large lot fronting on brick
J.. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER.
A. CARSON.Pr..ld.nt. Vlc.-rre.Ment. Searetarrtr character of each of the above pairs coast points. paved street renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth .$900.00. I '

had to be bred and selected, if it was Cases involving live stock rates .
Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 per month. Worth
wanted; but the second character was pending: before the interstate* com- $800.00.

true at once. merce commission.Rules I

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. governing transportation of One cottage rented to, colored people, renting for $5.00 per '
Do Scotsmen Succeed
Why ?
less than carloads of live stock. month. Worth $500.00.

"Johnny, dear," said/ the visitor. Railway service on live stock.
John McTurk turned around while Advance in commission charges for One-half interest in 144 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00 I 1

a Rough and Dressed! c. the family cat rescued her tail' from sale of live stock. I now, and values are gradually increasing. !

..... his grubby fist. Margin between what the producer .j Two close in resident lets worth $500.00 each. ,

"Now that you are going to school," receives for his live stock and what f -

PINE LUMBERHOUSE continued the visitor, "I want to ask the consumer pays for his meat prod- Investigate, and you will find that all of the above are good I

you a little question. How many ucts. . properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell everything -

marbles would you get if I gave you Sanitary conditions of live stock in the above schedule for the sum of $9,300.00. The person

twenty, to be divided between. you and control of contagious diseases. buying now will reap large profits.
BILLS A SPECIALTYROYAL t and Andrew MacDonald?" Meat
: inspection tax. We also have two well (orated business lots on Broadway, in .

i Johnny thoughtfully rubbed the Tax on oleomargarine."This very best part of the business district, which we are offering for {
II point of his nose where the cat had '
'fli I IIII I I I I I I I II I I I Mil I I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 II I scratched him. dog of mine is some dog, let $5,250.00.We +

"I dinria ken," he said. me tell you. He has a wonderful will be pleased to have' you call and see these properties. i I ;

"Come, come," said his elder."How's pedigree." v
PALMS NURSERIESONECO I
FLORIDAMost that?" "I suppose you trace him away

extensive: collection of nursery stock in Florida or the Gulf re- "Well, mam," said Johnny, "ye see back to the dog Noah took into the H. M. BREAKER & COMPANY j'

lion now ready for distribution. Ask.for copy of our splendid new catalog its a' according. If ye gie me them ark."

which is replete with planting information and descriptions, etc. when we're both here we'd hae ten "Say this dog didn't go into the

1 Fruit trees, decorative plants, ornamental shrubs, etc. from all over the apiece. If Andrew was here and I ark; he had a bark of his own."-Boston -
| World result of our extensive importa tions and experiments for the past wasn't, I'd only hae about five. But Transcript.A ;
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years. !
See special cash discounts under business rules in catalogue. Write if I were to get them when Andrew 'best iUse i-// } '
TODAY to wasna here I dinna ken whether he'd square deal is oftenest ended in For quick returns and results ... .i / '

,REASONER BROS. ONECO, FLA. hae ony at a'."-Tit Bits.. round figures. the "Want" columns in the Oazette.' ,
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FRIDAY JANUARY 1.13
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VALLEY G A Z E 11' E., '
PAGE ,10. 11 TJ KISSIMMEE = : / - 4 j'! :'i- :
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_l1ii-I its bed of ashes, HEARD IN KISSIMMEE I: Habit Physician and
from
111111111111111111111'1f I AN 'and modern city Get the v Surgeon i H :

MILLION DOLLARS California. fruit and vegretahje grow __- 0 SMOKE Phones' '

f WAY PRESSING{ CLUB era will' Phoenix-like rise greater Bad Backs Made Strong-Kidney Ills Office, 197 KissimmeeRes.

scientific protection and production, swell Corrected. Boone's StraightMade ,248 Florid.
HOUR WAS THE LOSS ...,. .
/ One hundred
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: as- greater su.cc 8S.,
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and TAilOR SilO .. :
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: and fifty thousand PSPj are snore or hear It. in Kiasirftmee '
: affected. wMJe the loss All over Kissimmee you M. RIVERS. M., 'D."PHYSICIANOand .
Taste
loess directly With Real T
,I FINE TAILORING Doan'i Kidney Pills are' keeping up :The Cigar the '

AND ..REPAIRING j : WHILE THEFREEZE- LASTED has been verev.re.yetCi11f0rfliafl5stilt and the good work, curing"weak" kldneya-; - 'Box'iradV; solicited SURGEON ":;-= --.
optimists
_ always, ,
OF ALL remain, as correcting Unton' Label.isiIii1i.
KINDS : / 'driving away backache, Look for \Qfllee' otr Osogolt Pharmacy

\ --:-- boosters. urinary ills. Kissimmes people .are .. .. PaONEsa neeldeDce

;*Work Called For and Delivered : TIIE1UTIf' OF THE DISASTER telling about it-telling of bad backs {Office 148

PHONE 61 : THAT DESTROYED> THE CITRUS MANOF TODAY ] I made sound again. You can believe L. WINN 3

FRANK, DUKE I THE IDEAL towns- W .
Proprietor : FRUIT AND VEGETABLESIN i the testimony of your own G8 . : '

Mini i n M nunniii : people They tell it for the benefit of PHYSICIAN

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ CALIFORNIA. If back t4
: By ELLA WHEELER WILCOX you who are suffering. your Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.

aches, if you feel lame, sore and mis- LADIES' AND GENTS SUITS RCaiDBNOB P.OM. 83 .&:sIMa.iI. (J''

: The New York Packer, the official So much is said about the New erable, if the kidneys act -too fre- Made to Order Orrica Prom V7. FLOMP*

4 c. GRIFFIN org-ai of the growers and commissionmen Woman and so little about the New quently, or passages are painful, also 1QB. DBWITT T. LIGHTSEY -- .

W has the following special report Map. Yet Man is a very different scanty and off color, -use Doan's Kid-
Done
concerning the great freeze in Cali- being from the one who used to domi- ney Pills, the remedy that has helped Cleaning and Repairing Neatly OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

Staple and FancyGROCERIES fornialt nate the world.It so many of your friends and neigh- Residence Phone 274

The truth must be told althoughnot would be impossible today to interest bors. Follow this Kissimmee citizen's Office Phone 98

half be made known at this the reading world with a great advice and give Doan's a chance to do Rooms3and4 .

I auii on war, with, such Sprigg FlemingCLEANING State Bank Bld'g Kissimmee, FleA .
time, because it will be several weeks novel or great poem the same for you.J. i s .,,s ,,,.,.>-M B. /

., before the entire amount of damagecan heroes as made history in the days of H. Harris, carpenter and con- ( "
i I the Great or Caesar, or Kissimmee Fla., says: "I B. D. WIENENGA <
Alexander ,
tractor -QR.
be estimated. However, it is a ..__
Free Delivery to all Partsof have nb hesitation in recommenuuiBDoan's I .
fact that the California vegetable and Napoleon.The Kidney Pills for I know from PRESSING .' ,IVETERINARIAN.
has changed
,
of the times I
taste
the City fruit industries have been visited by a past experience that they act just as ..II STOCK TREATED FOIL
of the times havechangl'd DYEING
great calamity. All night Sunday because the men represented. Off and on for five yearsI ALL DISEASE'

'I from butchers to inventors this remedy for my kid-
tr _ _ _ _ ___, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ night, January 6, the temperatureover have taken have always REPAIRINGLeave Day I'hoiM tK '
--- ---- -- of from destroyers to creators, and turn- neys and a few doses : MHht Phone IM ORLANDO. FKA.QU. .
the entire southern portion
.' IsuuulIsIuuuIuIIIIuII I I led from self-seeking aims to altruistic brought relief. This preparation is I .
California dropped slowly to from ten worthy of a trial." word Ft my house and clothts J. W. SIMPSON

to twelve degrees below freezing. The endeavors. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 will be crlecJ lor and returned.
J. G. HOWARD Few of us who read the crimini'l
government weather bureau, taking cents. Foster-Milburn: Co., Buffalo ----- DENTIST.
reeol'dsof each day give a thought! to
temperatures from the tops of buildings sole for the United Satisfaction Guaranteed
New York agents Upstairs la Katz Building.
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wonderful work which! going on
Paper Hanger and Painter in Los Angeles, San Diego and the States. l I ? nt 12 m
silently and steadily) right; in ourn.dst I OFFICE HOURS: ? .
other places recorded as low as nine- Remember the name-Doan's-and ( 1:30: to 5:30p.: m.
-: I for the uplifting urul hel'.t-rmtM' i of aJ 4 Telephone No. 76 Jun 5
teen and twenty above zero. Private lyr
other. '
take
I' no r
Work Guaranteed .
reports taken on the ground and in humanity.Kindness 4-2t: M. TILLER
:Now t'ni\ ersal. TR. W. W. CARSON
the record low as eight in '
us
; If thinking of having; any done, groves I would I i, an ci.cyrlopeiliu I. I ti,
the lemon districts of San Diegocounty ) I It require. Real state Agency.tasssSSSteStSStSSSS
I-\: he is on the way-the DENTIST
\ ; please notify me through the P. 0. and'n. twelveand fourteen 'iiiiriR- and describe all 'he ,iu/l l<>, .-)>I'n. en now

I ;\lantoBe! .... . .. .
of the did unselfish people alul, orpuni/ > I'' Office over Cole's Jewelry Store
in the principal district I I I "
: J. G. HOWARD orange will I I I Inn "mollycoddle I 1
And he i not I
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;:': 42.41 pd state. I lions: which ale ,doing .iu-i-->lul: workfor I I I C Realty bought and sold. ) Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6
'* ::11. n warrior, or a humit emhut a thinker
111111111111 n n n 111111QRAYSTONE All day :.Monday, the tith, the i ternlerature the present day JfiU' the ,'( i- I ,oG Houses rented. Office phone J 158
j.'j j. statesman( and a humanitarian in Residence 23
over the .southern I part of t tin1 i I i t 101)I I to, '1)1111-! a Taxes paid and Titles verified .
tlular 'vst t etc of those words.Here 'I tQ Gas administered for extraction of teethflR.
: ++44 ++++++++++++++++++++t state remained from t twenty-six to I Stall I men urul MJC-'I') i.Ui.l-" of in) i'i- I II I in this new world he will l>ebom I'I tQ for non-residents.
\ inili', ri tlv lini.of!!) i Fire Life and Accident In-
in i I""d'J
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water I :
lingation 1 I "
thirty degiees. i I ; of I G. E. PARKER
and bred. the grandest type I>
\,1 THE 1 1II the grove froze at nnd.day.I"nday: I II I the Alcxaixli'is) and (Ii1'l! 'an, 1 I 4 I 9 surance. .
the world ha" yet seen. '
steilirijr
: man
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night the tempeiaturex giadually tinVaxilitn.| > .--. I 4 Indemnity Bonds. DENTIST
t I The \\oild I i.s just IH'g-innil to know
1111.1)0"1'1 I II It mu-t( -111 eiH'ourajring( to 1 tl1l'1|
dropped to points (''1ulIl to | ( I that thought is the most wonderful I J h.'V"\j OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA I'IIARMACYOffice

's. Oft All THE YUR t I thvin those" of SundaN night. I II I thouulitful} mind when a .i- ior.Miltrhow the It is I I Hours: 8:00: to 12:OO Noon
." :_ fmce in universe.' greater
... + 1 On Tuesday, mnimng i-urus flints- ni'iulj' nioic 11111\1 -a1 the -pint 1 1:00: to 5:00 P. M.
,\ 2.60 to 3.60 per day. + lit lu-i-onie in I the woildlii than dynamite: or gunpowder or dec-I'
'.' hung on the tn..-- :1111..iti solid. He1 of kiiKilK"--' -
Special by week or month. X 1 lemon liuniii'i-il. "l I twi tricity.\ Tho :\Ian to He will r. A. VANS AGNKW W. a. CBAWrOKD
. y )oil iguestion not ai o'ange, !) t yi'.us stand the limitless of rightlydirected DR. WM. HARPER

',. .. W. ,"URIIII!. "Pup R. D. PORTER Up. t vegetable,. in the -talc (" ('alH'eI. The | >-pitr') inn unl'oitiiiiati-, t conditions jiower VANS AGNEW & CHAWlt'ORDATTORNEYSATLAW
+ I and he will i I I not needto
L.+4.f.,|,+,+.1.1 ,|.++,|.4-.!-fr+++,n.w. .+++++ entire rrop has been (damaged and loilat.( I Ihi-n-" \\a- miro i much uni- I thought OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST
be a pugilist or a hunter to conquer -
I probably 7,1;; to !90 I<' ix-r' cent of the fruit | M-i-jil I intelligenci- on earth In-fore, |
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and \egetable emp will IK? unlit for ;I and itt-\ <-r i so many people thinking ' or IN om.... i-l \-CItizen.. (lank Ilulldlnc

: I any kind of use. :Xur-eiy stocK and along I"/grossive" line". --- i CHRONIC DISEASES Kissimmee Florida

l. m. QOZOR, I trees as old a;. three ami four years I I Tlu-ie was never before so btrong ,: Fruit and Truck Land I

I: I Ii Iweaker CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE
probablyill not survive.The J L La iw-Mtiment of kindness toward We have five and ten-acre tracts in 11.u. GEIGER.

total loss to crops and trees i is I i things of earth. i I' Liberty Park, the most desirable suburban KISSIMMEE. FLA

estimated at from $:l W.OUI.OOO< ) ( ()() to I Imagine a society for preventing property on the market, whichwe TUESDAYS. THURSDtI YS. SA TUbDA YS I ATTORN EY-AT-LAW .

50000000.( The battle of the giowei'I I crue.lty! to children, or for redressing i| are offering for your considerationat OFF CE. CENTRAL HOTEL .
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attractive. We
prices that are Office State Bank
Real Estate to save their crops i is one long to beremembered. f the wrongs of animals, in the days of I will be pleased to show these tracts to Building ,

: All I I t through: the citrus :Napoleon! Even at so recent a period ptospective purchasers at any time. PHONE 288 ORLANDO. FLA.IK Kia.lmmee. Florida 'II) /,

districts e\ cry man, woman and child l us that, parents were supposed to be I Do not fail to see this property before (;'EO.: PARKER. ( .

able to handle a smudge pot fought individual, monarchs over their purchasing as it has the advantages >.
Chil-\ of being close in and on the very best
..desperately for two nights but eachI dren, no matter how they mi> \ paved road in the county, convenient C (O"'IO"U'/: /, .ii \I.t: I Atlorney-al-Law.
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KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA I took with it $1,000- them. A priest might interfere I ( Ut: \I. t:"', \ .'t;.
hour in passing leglecfed; i to the city, school and churches. Five l'nd.'r l nn<1 l>ylrtu,> tit n lrr l of I Collections. and Conveyancing
i 000 worth of fruits vegetables.. At with advice, or a child be !i acre tracts $250 and $300.: partition nuil Mali. t 'nd..r.d I l>v ( I.10.JU"II" .
p 24 tf. H. M. BREAKER & CO. of I th. Clicult t',,"rt ..r Ih.. H"-\ Specialties .
midnight Monday night many growersI brought into a convent for succor nth Judli-liil f Florida.' In "ittti)
I abandoned all hope. More: than a through his intervention, but there for tlHC-culU JoUMty:, .1.1'I'I :lHSU,'ll ,:OUt OfMHld I I II I Broadway. :
I Court In a <-HUH<- therein ,,,-," iKwlur
s. U. BULLOCK i million smudge pots were kept going was no organized lawful protectionfor .Big Bargain in a Home ,'lii I l..H-wr-iu- I. I Marlow I Is com-
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iilalnant. and Isadora \ Heard and F. KR1UBS -
little avail in '
I but proved of heatingall unfortunates. Splendid new six-room house Just John J.. Heard her husband are respondents /J.

out-of-doors. The wind was too And an animal might be tortured bya inside city limits, fine deep well, lot loners; In;; chancery the undersigned will sell Commls to the ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE.. FLA. ''

string, the cold too intense. Groves fiend in human form and no one contains two acres o- ground, good hlKhrstand boat at

REAL ESTATE heavily smudged today look as If they could Interfere unless he chose to new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, pul/llo auction at the d1ntrooc.a': ot the 'Examination of Titles' .Special?.

.. ...--...-...................... and all under good new fence. :Fine Court House In Klsslmitiex Oso-olft, .
have been ravaged! by fire., The storjr come to a personal hand-to-hand com County, Florida on MONDAY, THH Notification and payment of taxes of ,;
location for small truck garden or 17TH DAY OK KEUHUAHY. A. 1J. .
INSURANCEExamination nUl; non-residents given careful 'IS
:. from one 'district is very little differ.. bat. . poultry ranch. This is a fine propo- during the hours of leKal sale to the attention. "

ent from that on another. Orchardsin Therefore brute force was a neces- sition, where one will have the free- following: described real estate the '
property of the said Complainant. Lawnnet -
foothill sections, which during the sary element in the education of every dom of the country, yet close enoughto L* Harluw and mil d Itenpondontit.Isadora .
: of Titles a enjoy all the advantages of the A. Heard and John .l.}, Heart). ROBERT G. JOHNSTON
last slightly who wanted to
freeze were only man help right
year young such high school best I lir-r hUHlmml. situate' In said 1 OHri-om'
city as splendid ,
touched and other especially well located and defend weakness. But the age I Count) Florida tu-wlt, ,
markets churches etc. Price
Specialty. Hi'KlnnlMK at the northeiiHt curlier of
,4 groves never frosted before this of humanitarianism has dawned. It 24-tf H. M. Breaker & $1500'j Lot o,.- I lit.I llluck I,. of )Itol.t, Buns' ATTORNEY AT LAWEmSIMEER

time beyond question were frozen. is still dawn but the sun is mountingthe Addition to the T,,\, n of KlHHlniiin-i-.
Corresoondencb"Solicited. any I : ('It.*. Florida. run wi-Ht Hlxt> -Htx ( till> I .
Older trees as well as arc heavens with slow certainty, and feet. thcliff Holltti ,tnt* h..1 I tivi.nfv.llllli FLORIDAI.OUIS
younger Modern Un to Date Home - -' '
... < 12 '> feet: : ti;;:, .;HHl NlXty-MlX: ---..-- "
_ -_ badly damaged. Many no doubt, will casting into shadow the old idea that I i, G,6) f.--t and tin nee ,north one hundredVMII "
:} No. 443500. modern C. MASSEY, T. ,
\ (( riCTOK wAlLow .
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] others will take several manliness. I ( | \ -nine, (12H) t.- I to the place ofiMUlniilnu.
i not survive physical prowess means iiite CounNfl fur Judr of th.Florida .
: six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot , tciK'-th.-r with' the hutldtliKiI It 1 It. I
iMnm. Criminal Court
: years to grow new fruit wood and to The Truly Great. I and cold water, electric lights, beautiful I I xlluiilithereon. with, all and alnKUlur
I Th.ornpson,1 the h.-n illtii.iii.-nlM., t.-nem. inn and, ASSEY & WARLOW
J. "y. arrive at their former condition. Jar expensive mantels, new furniture, ap- Nt
Admiral Dewey was a great : I |iui t. ,n.-ini-es, thereunto hclotiKl'iK. anilI ..1I 3
4 Ih Authentic reports -from central and nice rugs. House furnished complete, C-M-I' > right I title anti Int. r. at..I 1-Kal' oreiiuttnlile
but honor him I :: : :
hero we mOl today ATTORNKYS COUNSELLOS .
FUNERAL DIRECTORand i iI ready for occupancy. Large lot, 8'ix147V : I of the a.ild I l.awniiie' 1. Iliirlow : AND
northern citrus belts are just as appalling bloodless .i l iiloia A I lleaid I anil John LAW
for his ( victories than for an a ii ": I cj AT
feet which is 20 full bear-
on I Iliaiit. hi r r hUHlmnd.. of. I In, anil to tiivj )
r as those of the south. The only I ability to slaughter his enemies like I ing orange trees. Located in three j I suit,.' Practice in all the CourU of the Htato and at
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t I of the is favorable s .H IHILL' ":K. I, the United! Slat... also before the Florida KaUrooil -
; LICENSED EMBALMER hope growers now I an old-time victor. and a half blocks of the post office, I 1 .IAS :M JOHNSTON"XTIirU, : : i CommUilon. and the Int.rotate Commerce
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Opposite Courthouse weather conditions. Tuesday remainedcold No man today stands forth as truly on beautiful Verona street, in the very I I .\ I t:. IMlNKIJAN..: : Coinlnliuiiun.
I the weather mode- I best neighborhood. Call and let I H I I.. (;i-iUKH.. CoininlHBlonerB I 11-U CHAKLKSTUN ULUO. ORLANDO. FLA.
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KIBSIMMEB, FLORIDA Wednesday great who does not include mercy i us show you this beautiful home ('..nipIal iaita, Solicitor Mljr .
I rated, Wednesday night; a general and humanitarianism his virtUeS Terms of purchase if desired. i The irnle of aliove property extended
among on part
I II I I lo Feliruar> ITth. 191 13. !hy ""rn"-1
I heavy cold rain was falling followedby I 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. HlonerH hell-In.I 4-61 ...L.NIJHEJOHNSON

: ----- ---- - - cloudy and rainy weather Thurs During) the next hundred years I II ", ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW

day. These conditions may save a brain and heart will be the most important I No. 464,-It certainly is exasperating -I Notice In hereby UTili'Klven; that the annual Will Practice in all CourU I

; Tested and Proved Good portion of the crop. Government experts qualities in leaders and rulers. to see an opportunity of making '.. ,automobile. I lU-cnni" t tax I In I II onceola State and Federal
. and then be jjnl) Florida, for the > carH 1 131213 -
big quick not
1 say the greatest injury follow- Muscle and physical will money ,,,m.s due and pji> able "ct. let 11112.tind Office adjoining Broadway
courage able hold of it. We can'tbuy
take
to
limit I. 8.. the Hame IH patil on or h.t..n' *'- Citizens
Freshness well high rade quality. | ing freezing is the result of rapid I Bank Kisummee
as as
have take second No
to place. man all the good things we see, and we Feby let 1913 by any person orperHoiiH.
Call for what you want in the [ thawing of the ice crystals in the can have I complete use of his mental are willing to pass them along to linn or "r"o'aU..n owning I.
automobiles whether for hire, for
or r. II. JKNKINS .. .. WooD8.
GROCERY.LINE I fruit. powers, no matter how rare they may our friends. Here's a sure one- pcrxona, , ) use. Khali lie xullty of a mln-
113 acres all platted ani ready for (lenieatior. and upon conviction' shall
Tonight many growers are hopefulof be, unless he is well and full of vitality sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- h,' punlnhed' by a MmThin law will JENKINS & WOODHAM
saving a small per centage. How- be enforced strictly after Jan. 31".t.
ted within l'/i miles of our passenger 1113.) .
Payment thin license tax' shall
ever, the calamity is so great that in But health and force a do not necessarily depot, on and in close proximity to ho made, to the county tax colt cto,.. C SURVEYORS

other countries the same conditions include the of the the best hard road in Osceola county.We I I. Handy, who will' furnish applicant Ill
use gun or with full detallM
would be regarded as an occasion for the sword the fists. are offering the tract in a bodyat M. II. (1flIUER.County : Kissimmee FloridaMONEYBROKER
or
even
relieve a very attractive price. :No:- fur- Prosecuting Attnrnev.To .
to sufferers
general subscription -
Many a splendid fellow endowed ther expense necessary to place it 01 4,21

but Californians are not easily with the strength of a yqung Olympian the market in small tracts. See us. Whom It Mar CnneeriilNotice ",

defeated and just as slowly and surelyas god has no taste for shooting or 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Is hereby. given that on the ':
10th day of .". .hru..r1913. WB sloth
San Francisco rose to a beautiful boxing. I apply by llllnf a petition to the Honorable
I Sale James '\". !',..klnN. Jud"e of the I New York Syndicate will Finance
Farm for
--- --- Good health, good habits a love of 7th Judicial Circuit of Oucvola (Coun Hallrosda.\ Water.'t Uclrtc. Minim Timbn -

nature a love of humanity, and a Located on good road, onequartermile ty. Florida to adopt a female child of -. IrrlntlnaBonds.\ Stocks e. IOU.. ,
tender years. OUMHI) und F. I
EVERY DAY up. Q. THOMA ON.
THEY COME mind filled with high ideals at help- from city limits good five-room I ARTHUR MORRIS.!' Sou. lUpmentatln. KIUJ..... FLA.
ceiled house, large new barn, thirty 3-41-pd MAUDE B. MORRIS. i
fulness to humanity brain alert to
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acres land, twelve of which is cultivated
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ti : 'I understand world's needs-these sixty young orange and i ".;.:))8 KOK KI.OIiinA. ,.,
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are attributes: of the New Man. grapefruit troop, seventy-five peach I Beans Potatoes. Tomato. Cucumber -- ;-
When They Need a Thing and Know I Pepper Watermelon. Cantaloupe. '
Get He may not write essays on the trees, some plum and pear trees, one Sweet Corn. Squash. Egg Plant. If you ,:
if- DIBBLE & SON Where to It.
best way to slaughter wild animals, good family horse, one buggy, one want results plant our seed. Let us LOUIS A. SEARSON '\
delivered
wagon, two seta harness fifty chickens quote prices on first-class Potato
You cannot keep people but he will Heed.' I/lvlnnBton'g v
positively \ know how to slay the wild head and True Blue
ten cattle all tools
_ _ _ _ _ way from the %tore that sells Taylor's neces- Sealed Blobe Tomato $1.10 per lb. de PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT '\
beasts of selfishness
and
lust and
Best Blood Medlcln for people who sary to cultivate place. A bargainat livered. We handle everything In the8e..d

have taken It know that when they get greed in his own nature, and how to $2,500. Write us for terms. Line. Write us for Spring Cata- AUDITOR "
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logue. :
Get the HabitOF those shooting pains through 36-tf II. M. Breaker &
sharp Co.
deal with them in others. : Kllcore Seed Co.. I>l..t City, Florid.
and the
the body have no appetite
SMOKING A rb.umatl.inbesln.. to cripple them up Day of War Hero Over. ---- 1-41 Commercial and Municipal AccountiPK
REAL CIGAR they can always rely on Taylor'e Best .. . .. .. . . .. ..... : _
Blood Medicine to relieve them and However war may be raging on the John VJhU3 & Co. ,1

."OSC'EOLA"Sold make them feel all right again. earth today, yet the day of the war : FIRST CLASS BARBERS LOUISVILLE. KY. Incorporated Accountant of the' '
Come to our store to-day and get ; International Accountant
ZatabUlhad
hero is over.Humanity. 1887 t"t'"'
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a bottle.'and It will cost you absolutely
all claim A. E. FORD + 5Tti.strnirktZektepul4( tMeitcs Society Detroit. ;
do
at all tore who want nothing It does not we calls for a higher type, I "
for It.PrIce. 4 18 Broadway r.1' '''t .
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,the best for their customers $1.00 the bottle.Yonr and it is coming. CIGARS. TOBACCO, ETC. I .. :; ., ;$. , i. ? P. 0. lu 177 MM Otne::. qKISIINUEL. "
:.i&t Mtl'] $. :
Look for Union .LabeL own drugftlst recommends and Whenever the. world demands a
? .* i aruaranteee. aek him Taylor'about Beet It. Blood Medicines new order of hero, he arrives. ..'. . . . . . . . .1 .. '"0".'."<11 3s i. I Ii

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ALDRIGH'S ,BANK :PUN the.rel'ioJlal.banka upon sound paper; -

proffered by the regional banks: I '
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: WILL NOT FAVORED 'This proposal Is distinguished from .M. BREAKER & (0. ..

4Se' the Aldrich plan in ,that the,supervisory .. ,," ,

,"";"- board would be Ina measure a /-' .

'W ASHINGTONJan.l1..A state- governmental body in there direct EG TO ANNOUNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS that they )lau. moved "

ment that the incoming Democratic touch with the government than the B. across the street into the Dew Wearing Building., W. will '
s they favor the creation of chains of
and Democrat- be pleated/ to have you visit,ns fat our.new quarters. ':.
administration the; new .
4- central .reserve association embodiedin I '
-- F is congress,will be unalterably opposed the Aldrich bill.
to the enactment of the Aldrich WE ARE LISTING BARGAINS EVERY DAY: : '

: -' : is plan made of banking by Representative and currency Glass into law. ofVlrl'inla DEATII FROM CARBOLIC ACID. Consult, our list, and should yon' tail.to find therein thelandef .\ ''

..*' property you require, call on or writ as and we will take,pleasure
.
chairman of the subcommittee -
,in looking up such property as yon desire.YOU ., .
x I now Cnqulring,Into,,the subject.- Charles McCrpry, aged 62, 'brick "

: a Mr,.Glass ,says the business Interests mason, well known 'here': in Orlando, CANNOT MAKE A,MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY FLORIDA "
must become'' reconciled: : to ..bankingand Sanford and Kissimmee'a memberof 'r., '

currency legislation. drafted along the local Union'l here'' ,'but who went LANDWELLLOCATED-.e.. ; ..: __..__ _",......__ _

other lines. to Lakeland week ago to'workr wa"s ? When you iCe U1 property advertised by as yen can, rest assured

Mr. Glass points out that the Demo- discovered Saturday .evening in his that It if 1 Dot Low, Flat Land, subject to overflow; We do not ..

SITE SELECTING CEREMONIES cratic platform adopted at Baltimore room at the boarding house, in an list that kind of property, neither do-we offer it'for Jde. ,
OF HIS IMPERIAL JAPA-- last July condemned the Aldrich plan unconscious condition: Dr. C. W. Love I
.
NESE: MAJESTY'S COMMISSION TO THE PANAMA- and.that those* charged with revising was called and worked hard to save ;. "

the banking and currency laws intendto his life, but it was found he had swallowed '

. PACIFIC. INTERNATIONAL, EXPOSITION. proceed accordingly. The reports' carbolic acidit; thought by ORANGE GROVES.We ... ,,;

r i from Trenton, N.< J., indicate that accident. He lingered until 11:30: p. have some of the best Orange Groves in Osceola County listed with', ';. "

i I 1 tt J A.PAN was first of the foreign nations to select a site at America's. President-elect Wilson will ask congress m. when death came. us, .follows: One twenty-five acre grove, one fifteen aero grove, one twelve ',.- ,
\ great Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco: In tOin./ The at the special session to revise The body was taken in. charge by '
l' extensive sere grove, one ten acre grovel; two tlw,'aero troves and one two acre grape ", 4
area which
has been dedicated to the Japanese gnvernI the banking.and currency laws. Undertaker Gentry, of Lakeland, and ''I
ment display.: Ave acres, will permit the adornment of the gmnnda "We are absolutely opposed to.a the Orlando Union notified. Undertaker rail p-ove. All of Ibex are'first. class proves, which can bo purchased'at? ,

surrounding the Palace of Exhibits with wonderful Japanese trees and central bank, or any central institution Armstrong went down' Sunday reasonable: prices and on easy terms. We will introduce_yon to the owners r,

the shrubs attention, presenting of the-landscape effects tbat In Japan have attracted with the arbitrary power of the evening and brought the body to. Or- and let yon deal direct wiila'them.
, tourists and nature lovera from all
The Palace of Exhibits parts of the world. central bank such as we conceive to lando for burial. The funeral took: ''II, P
will cover an, acre, df ground in the center of tbla place this morning at 10:30: from the ;1o. 801-An attractive home in No. 429-Large lot on which is loI I '
Japanesegarden. The Japanese government will spend Xl.OOO.OOO. commissays Catholic : Pinedale. This property is- just outside cated one seven-room and one three;. *
church
and the interment of city limits, on high ground. room house. Large house is lighted'
t disposed to reject what we may regardas was made' in the brick' mason's !lot : louse is two-story and contains eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen

the good points of the' monetary in the Orlando cemetery.-Tuesday'? I' rooms, all plastered and hard oil finish sink, small house. also has sink: and **-
commission plan, but it is my personal RtfporterrStar. two perches, .fine well and large toilet We*will 'sell this property. ] ,
barn. This house Is located on a five- a whole or separately. This propertyIs '' y }
view that there is an insuperable obstacle acre tract, with beautiful view of the well located, will pay 10 per cent, 'N,
z. whether' you call it political or TilE FEMININE JURY. city and lake. Land is adapted to cit- in investment if rented. Price. of both .
; ; what not, to the adoption by the next rus fruits and trucking. This property houses, $2,500. '
ra can be had for $3,800 on very
other time under
congress or at any "Oh! goodness! lie was such a nice favorable terms. Will Introduce'- No..434-FIDe-tract of 40 acres, just 1
Democratic administration, !of the young man-I don't believe he cpuld tomer to owner' and let them deal di- short distance beyond city; limits on
monetary commission plan." be guilty of beating his*wife." rect. Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid, 1
Chairman Glass' statement was pro- high school, churches and market.
"Did you notice how she had her No. six-room Price Terms if ,
wit- 809-Splendid new $30 per acre. on part ;
voked the given by
by testimony
hair done up? Her coiffure was at house, just inside city limits, fine deep desired.
nesses favorable to the Aldrich plan. least ten years behind the styles." well lot contains two acres of ground: <
y* :*wwiiEd* ::* Significance is attached to his remarksfor "He looked like William DuBarry, good new barn, wagon and buggy No. 473.-We suitable for have two eightroomhouses boarding k
the reason that Mr. Glass recently sheds, all under good new fence. Fine rooming or
the leading man in the "Heart Smash- location for small truck garden or purposes; they have electric lights
. discussed the subject .with Governor era," we saw at the matinee last Sat- poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition water and sewer connections; located 4.t
Wilson, and it is believed, therefore, urday afternoon; perfectly grand where ;you will have the freedom in splendid resident section. Call on ,
that he reflects the views of the presi looking, wasn't he?" of the country, yet close enough us and we will show them to you. The ;;
dent-elect. to enjoy all the advantages of the prices are reasonable, terms easy.
"And do you know, Mrs. Smith, I
FINE ARTS PALACE PANAMA-PACIFIC While Chairman Glass and his as- city, such as splendid high school, best "
INTERNATIONAL heard the awfulest things about the markets, churches, etc. Price $1,500.No. No. 381.-A 20-acre tract located on .
sociates have so far not committed minister's wife. You she-" marl road, two miles from depot on t,
see
EXPOSITION.
themselves to any particular plan of 458..Ten acres adjoining city St. Cloud road. Property has good
,
idea that "Your powder rag, Mrs. Jones; may limits, on the Orlando hard road. Landis house and three-acre orange grove in ." r;}
reform the
currency runs I borrow it for cleared and the .
a moment fenced ready for I bearing. This grove will yield from
: Fine Arta Palace will be one of the most beautiful structures through their quotations indicates that "I wonder if John remembered to plOW. The elevation is high suitablefor 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges, each 4

TUB its architecture as well an In Ifs location at the Panama.a regional banks, with a reserve bank in shut up the chickens, put the cat out, citrus fruits and trucking.. This year. Sufficient land cleared and in ,
Kiposition. The building OOO) feet In length from north each district empowered to issue notes the property will soon be available for I cultivation to increase grove to twelveor
to south, will be semicircular In form and will hare as Its central based commercial It is empty pan under the refrigerator, resident purposes, as the city is expanding fifteen acres, and at same time can' , r
motive a low dome arising from a unique base Forming the fore upon further that there paper.shall be phone Mrs. Talkington that I can't be rapidly. A bargain, at $1- be yielding any garden truck desired.''.,'a ;'
Itl'Ounli11\ be a great lagoon surrounded on three tides by Ii sunken proposed at her bridge party tomorrow, order 200.00. 1 I If searchof property that will a'
created in the treasury a supervisoryboard No. 459. Five inside results this fall and at all times
bring
garden which! will be designed In romantic Italian architecture Here some coal, make Willie say his prayers acres city, r
of control which shall keep in before cleared, fenced, plowed, ready for while extending new'*grove, investi- .
assembled of going to bed-I'm afraid
will be the notable! paintings history.
touch with the regional banks and cultivation. This tract is near the I gate this. This property is convenientto
. have under certain that man will forget something; he Auttman farm, on high ground. $1- town, has marled road on one side,
authority, con-
bas the poorest memory." 000 takes it. one end. Price $4,200.

.- "Well, he ought to have beat her -4 .
She's the horridest old- r
up anyway. "
KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST.
"Oh, Mrs. Smith, did you notice '
'," those perfectly lovely handembroidered Here's the opportunity to buy homeiites .in the newest and best located

Japanese kimonos in Sellum's sub-division.
Business and window" "
, Banking PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette treeUoverlook- ..
"Mrs. Highbrow, you. are the only
one who is not in favor of freeing the ing the, City and Lake end is bound to become one of the best resident subdivisions ;" ,

t accused. Do you remember what his in Kissimmee. This is where the: birds sing and not where) the frogs ;

Should always be closely related, and the financial wife said about you at the Ladies''' croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned: for people-

" did! last summer? The horrid thing! who appreciate high elevation pure air and fine views and want eriough land
institution that can afford the greatest accommodation After, eleven hours and
minutes fifty-five to build 'a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell, all these lots 'ift{ ?

-1o'its customers is an assest. to auy community. Jury| returned of "serious"a verdict deliberation ct not guilty.the this winter. Call early and get.your, choice Prices,, ,range" '$70.00 to'$100 per' ,:,MI '

1 ., . ' ."?, ." -', ,, ''..F s'> " ', Kansas Sun., I lot on easy terms of payment. ,\<:'..' i i'v.,-t:," '/\ ,;W 1#
I 0 An institution that has all times exerted"1every ''I''hx ji ,1\ ;; "; :. )" J i "
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effort to accomodate and please its patrons DOESN'T LOOK LIKE W. J. LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. ,

is found in the Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.We .
Senator Nathan
P. Bryan was a have nice high lots, near the lake which we are offering at prices ,
member of the escort'of
honorary the that are attractive' See these lots.set our prices and terms on them before >.
United States Senate y
I appointed to decide on a l location for a home. ,
Citizens Bank you ; 'r
{ attend the funeral of the late Senator

Jeff Davis at Little Rock, Arkansas.A No. 474.-We have two four room No. 475.-Close in home. "This in I Ia "4 .
Little Rock contained the following nice little house of five room and
paper located nice lots
cottages on high ,
of Kissimmee bath, with modern .conveniences, on
" note concerning the Florida 73x147feet each, within two corner lot 75x120 feet Within two

senator: blocks of paved street, in South :JUs- blocks of'Broadway. House furnished 4r

1\\ "Those who expected to find in Sena- simmee. One of tHese houses is ona complete, ready to move in and begin +

tor Nathaniel P. Bryan some resem- corner lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expendi-
(, ture of additional money above the
blance
to the "Great
Commoner"
were these nomes at a very low price, andon price which we offer the property for. a
. doomed to disappointment yesterday. easy terms. Price $2,200.00( including furniture. r
y Senator Bryan is tall and slim and the ,

:' Our past years of satisfactory record in the financial I very oppofefte of "The Commoner" in I IIJllII
't appearance, but something like him in SMALL FARMS: -.
:. world stand out as a tribute to our efforts in this sectionto loyalty to Democratic
, principles. No. 476.-NIce little country home, five large rooms, porch, several outbuildings -
furnish a financial institution that would at all times "When the Democratic Congress consisting of five acres land, good new I such as grain houses, tool I
meets in extra session I don't know three-room cottage, .bam and poultry and wagon sheds stables, etc.. One ,
give the greatest aid to the business concerns in our midst what will be done in regard to Presi- house. This property is only half deep artesian well and one surface }
mile outside city limits, on best hard well. This land adjoins the finest t ?
and at the same time be as conservative as necessary to dent Taft's order placing the fourth- road in the county. :Splendid:: place I orange grove in the countryC'J'Owing.. i Yt Yton
class postmasters under civil service for poultry. Price $800. the same kind of land. All kind. r l j

safeguard our interests. We call attention to our comparative regulations," he said, "but I am of crops grow encouragingly on this
I I among those who hope to see this'or- No. 477.-Close in small farm. This :|I land and it is the prettiest place fora
I : depo.italfor| the time that we have been in exist- der rescinded! I am certain that there splendid property lies just inside cor- :. home in this section ot the country.' +
porate limits, on high elevation over- There is a fine line of forest trees on
I ence. will be positive revision of of the tar- looking the city and lake, contains the outside of the fence with a beau- r'Y
I I iff downward when this Congress three acres 'good land, all cleared'and tiful palm inside of the yard, also

I meets." under good fence. Small box' house. some thrifty maples, magnolias, live ;
'I This property is well located for sub- oaks and several other varieties of
I !I Comparative Statement of Deposits APPLYING THE ADJECTIVESTwo division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrub- + !bv
T r I party that secures it and sub-divides flowers. We want to in- it
> fp V colored brothers t into city lots.. Price $1,000.00.No. ( truce you to the owner of this land
",' Commenced Business April 2. 1910. were appar- and let yon""buy direct. You can buy w '
ently about to come to blows. Rhe- 471.-A 20-acre home. This it at a bargain and on favorable ,+
:1 torical threats had been flying fast, splendid property lies two miles north terms of ,ayment.

; Dec. 31; 1910___:______._--____--___..______- $120,244.43 says the Cotton Oil News from town, is practically level rich
FARM FOR SALE. q ,
dark gray soil with fine chocolate
Niggah, don't wid '
mess me, warn- subsoil; 16 acres cleared and in cultivation Located on good road, one-quarter '1'
l Dec. 31 1911 172,260.28 ed one, "cause when yo' do yo' sho' the remaining four acres mile from city limits, good five-room
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-- is flit-tin wid a hearse." fenced, covered with a good growthof celled ,house, large new barn, thirty ., ,, U
t 268382.44 Don't pestica'te wid me, niggah,'' pine timber with some scattering acres of land twelve of which is in
o
Dec. 31, 1912--------------------------- replied the other, 'showing a great, oak about 1% acres of nice young cultivation, sixty young Orange and
;' I fist thrifty grove in bearing, besides a grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach
"don't
bony ; fo'ce me ter press number of fine Japanese persimmontrees trees, some plum and pear trees, one .
, '. '. dis upon yo'. 'cause ef yo' do Ah'll hit some peaches, mulberries, good family horse one buggy, one
'I;( yo' so hardAh'll| separate yo' Ideas blackberries, two kinds of grapes wagon two sets harness, fifty chickens
,I, fum yo' habits; Anil jes nacherly and a few banana The buildings ten head cattle and all tools necessary ; :
; ; ; are comfortable, but not .of great to cultivate place. A bargain at
knock
yo' fum amazin'" grace ter a value, consisting of a box house of, $2,500. Write us for .rms. I ,. 1.1.. '
floatin
opportunity. .
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1\: ,DIRECTORS. "Ef yo' mesi wid me,, niggah,"' replied "
"WE
SELL HOMES.
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President. f the others "Ah11 jes make onepass
WEAVER
Arthur E. Donegan, 'fI. M. PFANN .>j'raident. is, an' derail be a man pattin yo'
2JdtvY
r C. W.: DANN, :Preeidents in de face wid a spade tomorrow M. I
H.
BREAKER &
s; II Presiueflte F.A. W.W,DILL WINN- L.c. IL ix CARROLL COHOON Cashier. T mawnin" "' ft


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NEW STYLES! : !I employing a secretary to
= Right Up-To-Date. HH[I his time to the work will i

!IIi. HH:I that a'secretary be
j conditions are stipulated. !
m -- TO SEE THEM IS TO BE CONVINCED-- j The committee met

rM W noon and discussed the
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Hi PRICES RIGHT---QUALITY GOOD ifif I conclusion was reached that ;

HiHi I of a secretary, with
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maintenance would be in
x H. C. STANFORD CO. ifif!. borhood of $3,000 a year.
|I Rcssiiitf the active members
+ -HiW !Ii j Board to the limit of what
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r Kissimmee, Fla., January 24, 1913.I I CLERK GILBERT WILL I amount of moiu'y.Jt I
CANDIDATES INVITED i then became evident! that | H T
I HAVE NO OPPOSITION ,
Messrs. E. L. Lesley, B. C. Miller,
J. II. Reese, Committee, Kiflsimmee', It is probable that there will be no 'propriation from t the City
I Fla.-Gentlenlen: Responding to I opposition to City Clerk J. R. Gilbert, help from Home other source
: TO STATE POSITION ;your communication, which has been in his candidacy: ; for re-election. There he necessary to make up the I !
to in I wish to 01"1
presented me person I
j is no announced candidate for the amount. Ax the city ( |
say that I am in accord with the sentiment I
(Continued from page 1') as expressed by the body of I place, and there is no gossip that there place in March and" I the (' j
yS that office. We do not think that any I citizens represented by you, and ;i will lie any. be composed of new men in .
man should be elected to fill either of agreeably; thereto it fives me pleasure i! :Mr. (Gilbert; ban been continuously jority, Ita" thought best
these offices if his candidacy is based to comply with your request in 1 in the office of (Clerk for the past until after that lime before I
i upon no greater concern for the welfare I the subjoined I eleven year, and has made a faithful the matter. further.
of city than to gratify a I
pr. our I
j personal ambition or to please certain I Call for 1Iasll1et.'tinJt.: : and efficient officer. lie has a record There( were other r'-.

solicitous friends. In short, the To the Citizens of Kissimmee, Fla.: | for regularity in his office that is' seldom !- that centered into I the '('(- (r
object of this proposed mass meeting which has I I equalled.) He has been absent to defer" action, one being I
Acting a request
is to cast the campaign for city offices upon I: Only twice during his service' once f-eiiMin, 'is far: advanced, and it e404'i.I
upon a decisive foundation. It is desired been presented to me as representingthe
/ that every man who offers for desire on the part of a consIder-I when he had a spell! of illness and an- lie impossible to do any work I
office shall come before his fellow citi- I able number of our citizens I II other time when it became necessaryfor count !before the season closes l; <; ,
zens and state his purpose and posi- the candidates for Mayor and him to leave' the cil.for. a da) to would l be in a measure I
p tion. We do riot) deem it our province I cilman declare themselves on coun-I \iwit; an oculist. j for a MH'ri'tury to ,how I
;' to suggest or outline the issues, feel- tions of public concern which !
I Ik'int acquainted ano one else! i i- I thus, living in. the nature of un ,
ing that the candidates themselveswill public officials will be called upon to
be aggressive enough to develop consider j in the event of election, 1 : with the ,status of matters" pertainingto ment it becomes, desirable' for
these from taking the public pulse hereby take this occasion to call such 'I the ,street! pax ing and 1 other im- paign "luch would he inuu
and thinking the problems that meeting to be held at the court !, '
upon mass proxt-mcnts' it is fortunate for" the der a paid secretary to l he
confront house in Kissimmee on the evening 1 j l 1
us.
city that he is going! to ,stand for another the Irate ,.,summer so that the flr ;
We trust you will see proper to coma of Tuesday, February 4, 1913: ; and
; ply with this request, which was : each and every candidate for the of- I term. ('ventured by the business (' I
evolved from a discussion of the sub- fices of Mayor and Councilman will ity would be spent to same I :
j, ject in a public meeting of twenty take notice of said meeting, and this I Mr., \.. W. Minis of I Kissimmee in lllt'l''outset, | ,
I representative citizens. Respectfully will be his invitation to be present and company with :Mr. Kiiy of South ( '' Some mention made i
E. L. LESLEY, I' publicly make known his attitude on I' line, visitors was | ; 1
were to Kissimmoe
cal'O-I' measure which will be ,
"
B. C. MILLER, I the questions at issue.
I ;, ;
J. H. REESE. I (Signed) N. C. BRYAN, Mayor. Monday.if" the next session of the Lelr '
authorizing counties to levy a I 1
L -- I I I
tax for advertising purposes. j (
will be a constitutional i|

SPECIAL I and have to be ratified before j

I, under it can be passed, and ; (
Children Gingham Dresses, t require more than two years I I
blue, brown and white, in 1/' v'''" 4 I Ii I anything; of the kind can \>c I I i'

solid piped with blue and ,,' i' I is thought that some way can i

white stripes alzes 6 to 14 i i'fi} 1 1 to provide the necessary funds 1 j

years _____ .______-____ 79ci ( Board of Trade will put itself
lill / to do'this. "
s1 Illttfl( hill i. a i iI I k91f_ I
SPECIAL rm *wn in. "SOI BT3-W 1 WWW fS - The report of the committee I
', .. I :
1 submitted to the Board at the
,'/Ladies 'Dresses-- white voile, -
; ing Monday evening, with the ; l
ak Marquisette, Lingerie, nat.
; mendation that the! members (
.' ii|, ural lt and coloredlinen ""O ,
:. Wi:] ; t : .r business pulse, and ascertain
',1' dresses' laces and embroidery timent of the people 'who \
trimmed all 'sizes__
$7.49 asked '
; THE BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE OF FLORIDA to help the enterprise. I

Ocala Banner-Joe Reese
:;;
, getting in some mighty fine .
i Lowered the Kissimmee Valley :
i gaCost Living

. . . . :

-:> Wanted-To '
i A Practical Demonstration of How WeS .> parties interested correspond in
< lands. Improved or

Intend to Lower the Cost of Livingi ..>> and Oranges all other growing suited on to ;

fruit and vegetables. Pine
i Florida and GeorgiaWe <. or hammock, prairie or '
*. large or small tracts. I,
< and terms right. Near new ;
don't ask you to spend your money with us if you can buy the- lame quality of merchandise cheaper < road and in: new country. I 1 I I
Jas. A.
O'Berry, Whittier I
i I
elsewhere. We are going after your business in a business way by showing you where you can save '
I
and make money by buying of us. If you believe i in buying on rock bottom basis which allows but one 0000404400 *> <>.4.<, 'i J.
DWELLINGS
r I for rent, opply to 1L ,[
l profit, and insures you one hundred cents value for every dollar you spend our prices will surely interest 111ler. a.

you. Look them over carefully, compare them with the prices you are now paying and note for yourself ..... I FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat, ,i'
with all city conveniences. Apply J 1
what we can save you. A. S. GILBERT'SBIG to W. B. Harris Gazette of/lice tf '

I FOR RENT-Good house, six rooms,
bath; close in; Enquire of Miss
THESE PRICES PROVE IT : SALE Splitter, 15 Church St. 4-2p ,;;

. r GROCERIES Pet Cream, large size, 48 cans to case____ 3.95 MISCELLANEOUS.
l Pet Cream baby size 72 cans to caseSwifts ____ 3.90 -
Flour in Bbls.
Pillsbury _____._ $6,21 I WADE the
nun tuner Orlando.
y Jewel Comp. 60lt tub net wt.____ 5.42 ,
Pillsbury Flour in 24tb s k s. by bbl and Swifts Premium Ham 8-IOtt lb. l9'/2'! To ":
av. Introduce
per Our Line of MEET me at Kissimmee.
Large Drag
burlap _______ ____ 6.35 ,
:-uunnn n Norths bellies 23-25 av. per Ib______ 13c and we will get a drink of the .__ \\t.
.; Gold Medal Flour in bbls. ________un 6.10 Swifts Silver Leaf Lard. 12, 5lt pails_ ,__ 7.90 soda water made. 31tf 4
Gold Medal Flour in 24 tb ks. by bbl. and Victor Brand Early June Peas 2 doz.____ 2.55 Embroideries and Laces, Beginning I GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES arise !

8'i, burlap _____unn__ .._.:_____n 6.25 Quaker Brand Tomatoes, 2s. 24 cansi___ 1.93 from time to time to acquire valuable I
t Grattv Sugar, Standard Grade pure cane MONDAYJANUARY27lli. lots and tracts in the growing l)

lOOtb sks. ______________ ______ 5.20 FEED I city of St. CI ud, at bargain prices. CJ
et Gran. Sugar, Standard Grade pure cane Best White Corn. lOOfc sack--__--__-- 1.45 : We will give THREE DAYS SALE Address Fla. A. E. Drought, St. Cloud 2-tf ,

i by bbl. per 100 Ib unnn_,__n 5.20 Best White Clipped Oats per lOOlb ____ 1.63 -
I Water Ground Meal, 92 Ib ska. ____u__ 1.64 No. 1 t. Clover and Timothy Hay ton____ 23.50 i "CHESAPEAKE"-Situated upon f.-\\
Extra Fancy Jap Rice, lOOlb sks______ 4.75 Prime Bright Cotton Seed Meal. 7/2] Per I II I beautiful knoll six miles Bout ->Jp..
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Octagon Soap, 100 bars to box________ 3.95 cent ammonia, ton________________ 31.75 Kissimmee, Fla.ron the east short lyUs';, _
42 inch Embroidery . 50 to 75 cents yard Lake Tohopekaliga, water view>B' ;;tj s;

27 inch Embroidery 45 cents yard fountain miles; is of a ever-flowing six-room bungalow;ul-a ht 1\

Above prices subject to market changes. We deliver foods at these prices to any freight depot inS 24 inch Embroidery . 2S cents: yard phur water that has cured the pure writer: J,

i ... Jacksonville ready for shipment. 17 inch Embroidery - 15 of worst case of inflammatory rheumatism f
cents yard that was thought to be. j.
6 to 10 inch Embroidery . IQ hopeless case; 174 acres of land, 10
Will You not write for our Illustrated Book 1001 Attractive Prices" 24 inch Swiss Baby Patterns . cents yard acres of myrtle trees Qnd'palture;
-. 50 cents: seven and a half acres cleared, plowed .
You couldn't: invest a stamp better 17 inch AU-Over Embroidery 15 cents and fenced, ready for this 'spring; "'

I 24 inch SWIM -. . .. _ crop; fine bunting in winter and f
49 cents: fishing the '.' -*,
JACKSONVILLE year round; good proPosition >
COHEN BROS. THE LARGEST < to. one seeklnor a home for'
VALUES
Dept 103 FLORIDA. EVER: OFFERED IN THIS LINE health profit and, pleasure. For '

-,, .. '.'.-' No. 45 Cor. Main and Park Streets sale: Address owner; Mn;' M. B-''
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