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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 31, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00579
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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I 'You Are ,Concerned in -the Mass' -'Tuesday; '" : X: !

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; GRAND LODGE' OF P proposition, which was acted upon"ad- I I' other'road ,is so near the coast that ."
versely- LIGHT FINGERED KISSIMMEE TO SEND the tourist can obtain but a.:very -inadequate NEW'CONSTITUTION .. t
The local 'field, limited to Osceola and incorrect idea of"the

't KisSIMMEE'S'' GUESTS county:|,by lathe: the merchants'field that;will association be'cultivated .. GENTRY ARE SOUGHT :SEVERAL :DELEGATES country'The purpose by taking'of that his 'Visit route.to' Kissimmee IS MUCH NEEDEDl.l.,.

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:! ._, Kissimmee. merchants ,
are going to '
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:: MEETINGS, TO BE HELD MAB.12 unite trade in of an the effort town's to territory get more coming of the VISITOR LOsfuRGE- AMOUNT TO .:flJSTlS"' GOOD ROADS MEET through the Osceola highway county connected portion up'of, and the REVISION MUCH-" IN' 'FAVOR' ,

this and it is probabUHhat .
way some be was interested also in the cross '"
action will be taken "the"way of offering country'road from Klssinfmee to Meld --:...--' ,

LOCAL COMMITTEES BUSY PREPARING rebates Sn railroad fare in AS HE ENTERED PULLMAN CAR MEETING HELD AT GRA YSTONE bourne. He, brought assurance from OSCEOLA, REPRESENTATIVESa ,', r
TO ENTERTAIN DEL- cases where the purchases reach' a
the Brevard commissioners
that
they *
AT KISSIMMEE ON HIS WAY AT WHICH GOOD ROADS SUB-
THINK TIME RIPE FOR
stated amount THE ; >
I stood ready to co-operate with the -
EGATES WHO WILL NUMBER '-r-T
The committee on constitution and I BACK HOME TO. SIOUX JECTS WERE DISCUSSED Osceola commissioners in opening PEOPLE TO' OTE CHANGE IN "v i F'y<

1(, SEVERAL HUNDRED bylaws was given more time, and will CITY* IOWA.Dr. WITH GREAT INTEREST. ;hat road at'the earliest possible time.! FUNDAMENTAL ,LAW. '
.. .. report at the next regular meeting "1 found''' that the road from Or- y r
which will-be'' held Tuesday evening, -r-- (Continued on' Page Twelve.) .

The Grand Lodge Knights\ of February 11. e George S. Park and his wife, If there is a person on earth who "If constitution Is as* bad as it +, tJ sis

Pythias will be entertained'by Friend of Sioux City, la., were robbed on a actually exudes 'enthusiasm on the Bald to be there can' be no doubt rr
ship lodge of Kissiirimee when that Pullman)) car between Kissimmee and subject of good roads that particular' CHAUTAUQUA COURSE that we are in need of a new one,"'
body assembles here March 12. WHITE PRIMARY FOR Orlando Monday, being relieved of person is. Fred B. 'Smith, of Bridge- said Hon. H. Clay Stanford, Osceola's

The local committees have been their tickets tb Chicago} baggage town, N; J., who wale the central figurein FOR KISSIMMEE representative in the lower branch of , ?
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busy for some time making plans for CITY OFFICIALS checks and $300 in cash. ,, a good roads meeting held at theGraystone. the next Legislature; : *, 5 '?/ '' "

the entertainment[ of the delegates, Mr. J. A. Barclay also of Sioux last evening.Mr. "I am not only'in favor of' it, but I ,F
and arrangements are taking definite City, who remained in Kissimmee, I Smith is an unofficial boosterof shall introduce a measure to carry the '
shape. accompanied Dr. Park and his wifeto good roads -throughout the coun I POSSIBLE TO ORGANIZE question to the people and'let them I + .
W. J. Sears appeared before theKieeimmee COMMITTEE TO FIX DATES the train and went aboard with try. lie is a retired business man 1 decide it. I suppose there are other ' '
Board of Trade Monday them. who has taken up this subject as an i members who are. thinking :'of doing '.

evening and asked for an appropriation As the party entered the car they object of interest and fruitful endeavor : ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO the same thing, but no one has 'announced y' .
to decorate the streets. Mr. ELIMINATION O> TilE NEGRO ; he pays his own way and is such intention, so far as I I?
were met by half a dozen well dressed SELL TICKETS ENOUGH TO
Sears stated that the decoration of VOTE FROM CITY ELECTIpN men, according to Mr. bound to nothing except his hobby- know, and I do not intend to take any '' 9
Barclay'staccount '
the individual business houses wouldbe good roads. INSURE APPEARANCE OF chances on it.

attended to by the business men WILL BE LONG STEP AHEAD" who as crowded they were them going in the in. passageway Mr.- I A number of citizens met Mr. HIGH CLASS FEATURES.An "Our collection laws are about a.bad ,t ,

,individually, but it remained for the FOR CITY KISSIMMEE.. Barclay that he felt some one's I Smith at the hotel and discussed the as they could be, and I am informed .
Board of Trade,to look after the dec- hand dig says down into his coat subject for a couple of hours; He --ow-..... that it is' necessary to change yt r

oration of public houses and the rail- but attached no importance to pocket the incident knows all the roads in Florida that attempt is going to be made to' the constitution before we can get t"
road station.Mr. now come within the scope of a nati- the kind that we need. 'This one
The idea of having a mass meeting at the time. It became significant organize chautauqua course for !
Sears.took occasion to that onal or state highway project, knows be to warrant the .. Ji
say Tuesday evening February 4, at the to him after he had received a issimmee to run through four days, thing would enough
the success with which this conventionwas court house to give the voters and the telegram from Dr. Park dated from them better and more minutelthan: beginning with Feb. 19 and continuing calling of a convention, for I verily f'believe
entertained would count largelyin candidates an opportunity to discuss Orlando, stating that he and Mrs. I any one in Florida, probably, and through Feb. 22. that capital'is I kept out of the '
securing other conventions for Kis- city affairs has met with widespread Park had been robbed. no citizen of the state could take any' John W. Wideman, representing the State that would be invested and '
simmee. lie felt certain, he said, that approval, and a lively time is assured. Mr. Barclay thinks the robbery took more interest in the subject than he Alkahest Bureau, was in Kissimmee otherwise ventured here if we had 4
Kissimmee would take the part of host I While the meeting was suggested place in Kissimmee.The does. More than that, Mr. Smith Tuesday and Wednesday making ar- different collection laws. It la al- ., j r'.
and and that it knows the roads of the other states to force the collection \
liberally graciously, primarily for the purpose of gettingthe subsequent finding of the pocket rangements for the course. He suc- most impossible
would become In time a, conventioncity candidates to declare themselves books containing the tickets and the and fhe old world-he has traveled ceeding in interesting a number of of a debt at present, and every*
with a reputation for its hos- them oil and studied 1 them, includingthe ( their business man will tell that ha ?F
on questions of interest to the voters, baggage checks about a mile up the citizens who are going to do you
pitality that would be envied by other it has taken on a greater more important railroad track from Kissimmee estab- r 4 d.r of the Pharnc-lis Napoleon best to sell a sufficient number of experiences about the same difficulty. ,"'
The Board granted the v.ci the Appian Way, which was con- Yes I'm heartily in favor of making 4 4the
towns. ap- significance. There is a decided lishes this conjecture with some cer- tickets to guarantee the expense of ; .' ,
propriation asked for. _. sentiment to eleminate the negro vote tainty.. The local officers were nut on structed by one Appiua Claudius 313 the course.' They will) be assisted bya constitution over, and I shall work ,t '4'
Friendship lodge__ _.will tear the bulk from city elections, and this will be notice, and the railroad officials were U. 0.Five;. professional solicitor who wilt be fo have ''it done."
of the expense incident to the gathering I done by holding a white primaryThe also made acquainted with the facts I Thousand Automobile TouristsFor sent to Kissimmee by the bureau, and Senator Donegan Favors Revision.
of the lodge. The lodge is in session plan of procedure which will and asked to exercise vigilence in at- Florida.Mr. it is believed that the guarantee can 'I haven't given tHe subject: much '

usually for two days, a banquet likely be followed will be the electionof tempting to apprehend the thieves. Smith has just returned froma be made, if the citizens respond as thought, 'but from what I have seen 'al
'(and a reception having place on the a city executive committee, which trip down the East Coast, over the they should. The course\ proposed ia as of the need of a new constitution, I' i
',program.V will report dates<< for the primaries. follows think that I should favor the callingof
OFFICERS Flo\ lda-po-won: I/ of the Quebec to : ,- '"
An order has been placed with W. As there are several candidates for SAME Miami highway.: He says that 2100 Feb. 19-Chicago Ladies'Orchestra.Feb. a ''constitutional convention -said I'.

G. Hankina by the local lodge for 250 mayor and councilman it will be necessary miles of the 2400 miles of the road: ,. 20.-Walden, the ,Magician. Senator Arthur E. Donegan, when approached
delegates' badges, and this indicates to have the second primary, unless FOR CITIZENS BANK have been and'that the Feb. 21.-..William Jennings Bryan. on the mater. "It will haveto
completed
the number of delegates that are ex- the race turns out to be m'ore rest will have been finished before .1 Feb. OlivetUrConcert Co. be decided by the people any way, t1 J ".

pected. The crowd in attendance, one-sided than it promises at present the opening of another ,winter sea All of the attractions listed above and I'm ia, favor of submitting the I '
be calculated at a BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS REDUCED question./!? S rI
however, may to be. eo son. are high class and high priced, but '
larger number, for many of the dele- While this suggestion not been FROM\ SEVEN TO FIVE lIe claims that Florida has done her by bunching them and getting themon Homestead and Exemptions.c"
gates will bring their wives and the discussed to any great extent, it is of part this great work well, and has the dates stated it is possible to C- A. Carson.,said he favored a re-,
crowd of visitors will be otherwise believed that it will meet with general MEMBERS, TWO RESIGNING.The less than a hundred miles of road to put the price of season tickets at $3 vision of the constitution for, several t j,,

swelled. t approval and will establish a precedent build in order to complete her ,portion each; $$5 fordouble tickets.'Thechautanqua'has reasons. "One thing that suggests '.
that will be adhered to for all annual meetnig of the stockholders of the:.great, highway, 'which is helped to buildUp itself to me," he''said,, "is the desirability .

[DEN PLANTATION time. It will be in' the nature'of' A long and directors of the Citizen's destined to bring hundreds of thousi many places; its a good thing for of having a change In' the, < ,
step*ahead, for Kissiirimee' and the Bank was held Monday, resulting in ands of dollars.Into the State. any townie' have,. and through.It the homestead and exemptions article. It ,1" ,," :;'1 ''rja
TO BUILD SYRUP.'MILL day of:Its adoption should.be markedas the election of the' same, directors by "We are going to send five thousand opportunity is afforded to enjoy high possible for"a' man.toexempt'half. 'rL 1- -,'?:-"'" I.)$1",<:' i' 4
an. epoch maker., e the stockholders 'with the exceptionof automobiles to Florida'over this highway class'entertainments'at'La small cost. a million dollars or even more from '
two who resigned, and 'the direct next season," said Mr. Smith.In William J. Bryan has.never spoken the claims' ofhis creditors at present, a ,,
FIFTY ACRES OF CANE AT FIVE J. M. WILLSON IMPROVEDThe ors in turn elected the same officer using the plural pronoun Mr. in Kissimmee, and it is likely that if he is so inclined. The article provides
condition of J. M. Willson, Jr., The retiring directors were C. D. Smith had reference to the American many would be Willing to pay the priceof that a homestead to the extent "
HUNDRED GALLONS TO who has been critically ill, is consid- Carroll and A. W. Winn, who had disposed Automobile Association, of which he the entire course just to hear him.It of 160 acres of land in the country, ,
ACHE IS NECESSARY. erably improved. lie has been ableto of their stock to others. The is a member. He then entered intoan is hoped by those who have interested or half, an acre with improvements I r
take .solid food, and it is thought directorate as now composed is madeup interesting calculation to show how of Arthur E. Donegan, F. W. Hill, much money that would mean for the people will subscribe readily, a town, may be set aside aa a home '
The New Eden Plantation Co., will WILL C. W. Dann, L. H. Cahoon and II. M. I Florida if the automobilists spent an for if a limited course is made pos- stead. See what that might. amount '
put in a large syrup mill to be ready MASS MEETING Pfa n. The officers elected were average of only $100 each. lIe con- sible for Kissimmee this season it will to. Consider the value of a ISO-acre

for next season, the experiment with BE WELL ATTENDED' Arthur E. Donegan, president; II. M. tended that the calculation was not : mean a much better course for next orange grove, or a half acre of ground . .
cane this season having proved so' Pfann, first vice-president; C. W. exaggerated in the least when he'said season.If in the center of a populous city witha
satisfactory that the expense of put- Dann, second vice-president; Paul K. that five thousand machines would the course is obtained the entertainments skyscraper on it. This provision .;
ting in a mill is 710 longer regarded in CANDIDATES: AND CITIZENS ARE Weaver, cashier; A. W. Gustus! assistant come. He told of counting an auto. will be held in the school was made primarily for the protectionof r
the light of a risk. TAKING INTEREST IN EVENT ; cashier. mobile for each minute of the day on auditorium, arid 'a free ticket to the the poor, but it is sometimes used 'f'
The Valley Gazette told in last The bank is in flourishing condition, I one of the popular touring roads of entire course will bp given to the one by the rich to avoid the payment of i
week's issue about the crop of cane SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY. as the recent publication of the an- the New England States, and he said hundred! pupils making the best aver just debts. Its actual operation, is \

that was grown at the New Eden -'-- nual 'statement exhibited.' A good that Florida would become just as ages for the next month, dating from against the poor, for whose protection .. s, p, ,

Plantation this year. There were The mass meeting called by Mayor dividend was declared and a goody:: popular in winter as the New England the time the last honor roll was madeup. 'it was intended. This is only ore a '
aix agree of it which will average 600 Bryan to be held at the court house sum placed to surplus. The bank was States were in summer, if good roads thing in the'constitution tt{at peed +
gallons of syrup to the, acre. The en- There is little probability that any changing, but there other and
Tuesday evening, at which the candi- organized in 1910! and &is one of tho were provided. are ,
tire output of the plantation has been dates for city offices will make known strongest institutions in the State KiHKimmee Highway Will Be Popular. profit can be made from the course enough, I believe, to warrant the call ,
sold so far in tho local market for their views on the various questions considering its age. "The road from Jacksonville to by those who are promoting it. The ing of a constitutional convention1/: 'I

,,75 cents a gallon. affecting the city's welfare, promises I Tampa, by way of Kissimmee, in the good to come from it is of that kind The Judiciary System.
Supt. A. E. Thomas, of the plantation to be well)) attended. The Ladies'Aid Society of the First { opinion of Mr. Smith, is destinedto which affects tjie) community' as a "There Is so much the matter with 4. '' '
says that the cane is being ;rh' candidates are cocked and Baptist church will hold its regular to become' much traveled whole, and.for this reason the enter- the constitution that I think an entire

grown on a spot that was formerly a I primed and ready, to discuss public business meeting next Monday, Feb- I' highway, for the tourist wants to see prise should' be supported. revision of it is necessary," said W. ? re
gum swamp. There are about fifty matters from their individual angles. ruary 3rd at 3 o'clock. something of the country, and the B. Crawford. "The judiciary system I, fjt tl

acres of it, and this, is all the cape I The most of them will welcome: the -.- -- ,- -, --- '" ,--- FLEMING TO BUILD of the State should be revolutionized ,.',
land to be found on the twelve hun- I opportunity to thus get before the I am not prepared to say offhand just

t dred acre -tract owned by the company people, and it is possible that there ON DARLINGTON AVE. how it could be bettered, but it could ,' {
o so Mr. Thomas says, and that I will be some to make their announce- n't be much worse than it is. For -ny .
there will never be more than fifty ments at this meeting.The WHA HAS HELPED (Continued on Page
; STRUCTURE WILL HAVE GREATER 12)'i
acres of cane grown on that planta-
forth the
week has brought
tion. But he thinks that 50 acres at formal announcement from Lewis KISSIMMEE TO GROWBy FRONTAGE THAN' DEPTHBY DETECTIVE SERVICE S f fCOMES

600 gallons of syrup.an acre Is enough O'Bryan that he will be a -candidatefor REASON OF LOTS SHAPE "

to satisfy one proprietor.tMRCHANTS mayor. Heretofore Mr. O'Bryanhas Avery G. Powell, in the Starke,! Telegraph RATHER NIGH I II '1
merely allowed the use of his J, Hub Fleming will erect a brick
TUdT: name as a possible candidate. lie structure on his lot near the inter
I Advertising is the keynote of the success of South Florida. Its
\ says now that he has received assurances section of Darlington and Stewart 1 EMPLOYMENT OF SLEUTHS TO people are awake to the advantages of the judicious of printer'sink.
DOWN CREDIT MAN sufficient to make his election use avenues, and divide it up into four I IIUNT TIGERS AND GAMBLERS t
1 I In the city of Kissimmee, the Valley Gazette, which is the lead- \
practically certain, unless somethingof shop,
ing paper of Osceola county, sends out over a thousand copies of the COSTS CITY $634.85.
a revolutionary character should The building will be one story high,
paper weekly to prospective buyers of Oaceola county lands, the papers *M
LOCAL FIELD ONLY IS TO BE take place.. I'! being paid for quarterly the commissioners of that county, the 65 feet front on Darlington, and 24 An its mentered on the minutes of
The campaign has .been moving feet deep. This will afford ,room for the Council, reads thus;' "Service.' x
BY .ASSOCIATION names being furnished through various exchanges who track of
COVERED keep *y
along smoothly without anything of small shops only, but: Mr Fleming
: Metropolitan Detective Agency, $63486. -
settlers who
are contemplating locating in this state. The result of
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RECENTLY ORGANIZED. an exciting character, and all are expenditure thinks they will be taken readily, and ." ry
this small by the commissioners the
amply compensates
looking forward' to the mass meetingas he is probably correct It'will be an 'Sleuths of the detective agency in
--'-- county over and over, as dozens of the new 'settlers are located and '
the real launching of the campaign. building homea, ,new soil;I is tilled and the taxable: value of the land, is odd shaped building, with a greater question were employed >y 'Mayor )
i .The Kissimmee Merchants Association City Clerk Gilbert has the reiarlstra- front than depth; but'thl is causedby Bryan to secure evidence against persons
increased making the investment a pure matter of business and a
at a, meeting Tuesday evening "(on book open and Tax Collector triangular shape of the lot. who were suspected of operating '?i
very profitable one.The merchants of these towns are alive to to the
the to into Bandy'' ia ready to receive poll taxes. A shed now occupies' the and blind
turned down proposal go value of advertising and the weekly that come' to notice space tigers and'gam iinc houses. ,
association which has for The limit for paying poll tax in orderto papers my the new building while nothing ' '
, a national of pretentious Mayor -Bryan stated recently: that '
-from South Florida towns brim full local advertising I
: of vote in the city election i is. next are snappy ,-will-be.in the ef improvement .-"' '
its chief object the furnishing commercial that"speaks'ln terms that'can not be mistaken by the outsider, aa to, 4 ; way an it was n o".mploT.detectlTtla: ;' ,,
, ratings covering the entire Saturday, February 8. This is an important the progressiveness of the towns) in question. '' B, Dickerson: has, been, in order to'obtain the -necessary" ,evidence '.'.I.'' .,.
" ;" country, A Mr. Boyd appeared before matter that should not be for I" *' awarded'the, contract and will push ; the job was too,difficult :for.the
the association and submitted his gotten: it to completion-! ? local force.". I/ ;\.
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-I Osceola! was ( 'as a cap-> : LEATHER HELPSCITRUSJMVEMENT. Legend of the Golden Goblets i -
'E :OSCEOU'S should rest in the Boil of the land he At length seized the Indian : COOL The

:BONES, TO. passionately adored. She cites ,the in 'I hive by chief General was at Jessup a conference, under C and the Predicament of "j

fact that there, are Jmany people act that has ,received ,
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of true -*n '
REST' INjdSSIHMEE.MOVEMENT E Florida who,do not look"upon Osceola a flag hearty'condemnation. But'the thei, .Knight :
the and bloodthirsty savage .
as tricky himself by asserting i
II, belies been so often pictured,.but as General excused :
deed toll\ cap- INCREASES
that .iL was a righteous TEMPLE PREDICTS ., ,,
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' a .hero-the :"Hero of the Seven ::.(:r atureatji.-. --,- r' I'
:..., .IS SET AFOOT, Vpars:War"" "One county has already 'turetIlFbloodthtrsty- circumstances. '-' J.

honored him by taking hia name, and ceola Osceola under was any first confined ,In Fort SAYS THAT GRAPEFRUIT WILL It happened, in those days ,when stranger things than this occurred, :
: it is at the county seat of this county, and then
Fla. BOX
SEMINOLE, CHIEF IS BURIED ATFORT' Marion, St. Augustine, BRING THREE DOLLARS
Klssimmee, that Mrs. Willson would Moultrie', on Sullivan's that a worthy prince, whose blade and courage were tempered true, had

MOULTRIE) IN SOUTH have his remains. receive a final rest- Island sent to, across Fort the harbor from Chateston. TREES AND, GRANGES won his way through' difficulties passing all belief, and in a pal ce"o(,
's 1 ,CAROLINA BUT MAY YET But a deeper reason is later OVER A DOLLAR. ,
Ing place. Here he died a year enchantment faced the crucial test which he should win all
LIE IN' NATIVE' SOIL. disclosed. It is believed that by thus lIe was interred directly by : things tof

i.', t) .. '-'-- doing honor to their long-departed the from quinsy.In front of the main entranceof The following news letter under be desired or ignobly perish. Before him were placed two goblet' ot' \

f "John W Wideman .' i, chief, the Seminoles, !who be adore brought the fort. :A neat slab of marble date of January 24 from Jacksonvillewas hand-wrought: gold, so like that none .should jay this_,were__that or that, ,
of DeLand, was memory of Osceola, can gravewhile a strong iron!: in the last -issue of the
-it -in-Klssimmee-this: j Tvith the I mark.tb. printed : I this. Each contained draught of golden hue. The'one ''
i'' } "' and became Into amicable"relations it. The green award were a sparkling;
railing encloses I New York Packer: I
t much: Interested' in the movement to whites As it is now, because of the the I I is worn away by the passage of many if taken by the prince, would give him power realize all he most '1
reinter the bones accorded Osceola by I
of the Seminole treatment Florida Fruit Shipments
Semi- !i feet. desired The other subtle and most deadly poison. The '
no was a prince I
chief Osceola in Government
f KIssimmce and erect States So persistent has been the efforts ,Cars shipped last week :_un 1,041 {
mole I that ,
a, monument to his memory. Mr. will listen to any proposition Thus ''of Mrs. Willson to have the remains I Cars shipped week before last_ 680 made choice,. and reaching forth his hand- '\

1 Wideman* interest was aroused by I|come from that Government.their condition, (II of the Seminole chief removed to Total car shipments to last But which he chose is quite beside the mark. The point is this: .cL,

reading the book of the Kissimmee 'every effort to better Florida that she has finally secured Saturday ________ _________ 12,623
author, Mrs Minnie Moore Willson I to settle them in comfortable homes is from Robert Shaw Oliver, Acting Sec- Every time you buy a grapefruit or an orange, you are likely to find.J *\ ,

on the Seminole Indians. lie said heI I even to hold a parley with them 1 retaryof War, permission to the effect The citrus fruit crop is moving ata yourself in a predicament unlike that of the prince of yore. Thousands ,It

would lend whatever aid he could toward I i successfully frustrated. factsbo j that there would be no objection to lively rate, but in most sections .
( at the chief i, of boxes of unripe grapefruit and oranges, colored by a "sweating"
tak-I let get
having the necessary action I Now, us the_ removal .provided it could be done weather is too warm and damp. Sun-
;, en by the next Legislature to this, I'of Osceola's history lie wa a of rn '! in u proper form and with no expenseto shine and dry weather is needed to process, havp been put upon the market. Not only are they unfit, for :'
an
end. '(about 1K03. and was the son 1 the the Government.; dry out the groves and put fruit in human consumption, but they are actually dangerous. By appearance ,',
Powell "
Ind
The is considerable i English trader | ,
( subject receiving Hut will the people of Charleston better condition for shipping.The .
attention, as the following story daughter of a Seminole; chief. Shortly you cannot tell this fruit from the healthful, delicious tree-ripened fruit a
removal of Osceola's
chief of the' object to the re- movement last week totaled
from Charleston, in the Pittsburg I after Osceola had become be To all intent and gambling with fate, as did the legen- (
f Dispatch will indicate Seminoles, his wife, to whom he was mains ? That is yet to seen. 1,041 cars but will be considerably purpose you are
,
: !
Doubtless, far as they are concerned heavier this week and ;
so
as
growers
gk The question of the removal of the devotedly attached, was seued HS a dary prince with the golden goblets.
I her there is little sentiment involved. shippers have begun to realize the importance -
I II
:remains of Osceola the ill-starred slave by the white family to whom Citrus fruits never can be ripened off the tree. In this they differ-
t I'l'he main question is, will the contemplated of the under refrigeration -
This so enraged moving crup
[belonged
Island | had
mother
Seminole chief from Sullivan's I .
opposite the, city of Charleston, I I Osceola, whose, heart was also honor to Osceola's memory for the rest of the season.A from other fruits.: The stamp of the Florida Citrus Exchange (you will

t4 v S. C., to Florida, is now having considerable ;j torn by the separation, that he madethreats bring any recognition from the sulk- prominent shipper in conversation find in red on the sides of the box) i is a positive guarantee that every ,
the head of ,ing Seminoles? As matters now with the Packer said "We
:
The leading not only against man
discussion. i i stand far removed from fruit in that box was ripened on the tree, und 1 comes from one of the best "
they are as
agitator of the, matter is ]Mrs\ ]Minnie\ (the family who had made captive his have been shipping under refrigeration -
--- influence on the part of our Government of the best fruit in the world Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.The .
$ Moore Willson of Kibsimmee, Fla. site l hilt also against other whites. I any and we have reports from all growers

Mrs. Wilson is the author of the book, I'oi this, General; Thompson, then in as though they dwelt in a cars that fruit is arriving in good best way to eat these delicious fruits is to drink the juice. All the
"The Seminoles of Florida," now in command! of the United States troopsin foreign land. They are a nation unto shapt and giving much better satis-
$ all the flavor food and tonic qualities are contained in the
goodness
themselves, having their own laws, ,
4 its third edition She hah made an 1'lorida, placed him under arrest :faction." We are positive that if grow-
17 exhaustive study of the question: She :, and Kept him a week in irons. Shortlyaftciwaid their own, rules, and recognizing no !(ers realized how important, this year juice. Serve a glass beside each plate at breakfast! and at other meals.

,; understands thoroughly the dialect of having matured his plans, I other authority. They now numberbeh..en especially, it is to ship under refrig- Not only is Flori .a./ruit best. but buying it in practical economy.
the Seminoles and has prepared a vocabulary Osioola lay in wait for General five and six hundred. eration, that there would be a great
t9 i for the latest edition of rer {Thompson, and with the aid of a small many more cars moved under ice A Florida oranges contain 40 to 60 1 per> cent more juice than other oranges

1 book.. I band of warriors, killed not only the CONTROL:' OF INSECTS great many of the shippers do not size for size, and this juice i is a sweet, invigorating tonic that will refreshthe

t It is a fad but little known that i General, but four of his officers.. This AND DISEASESA I I understand the importance of handling system and make other bracing beverages unnecessary
there is still a remnant of the Seminoles precipitated the second Seminole war, I their fruit right when it is to be

v rr living in tl'.<' Kvei glades of i which lasted seven years, cost thou- neat 100 page book has recently I shipped under lefrigcnition The tars

k Florida After the capture of Osce I sands of lives and millions of dollars, been issued by the Wilson & Toomor should 1 lie> half tanked before shipper

ola and their final defeat, they were a war which is often alluded to as "the \ Fertilizer ('0., Jacksonville, Fla, giving -' I begins to load He should then open I CITRUS: : GI 'A)

I n r driven further' and further into the I|bloodiest Indian war in American his- concise but complete directions'for doors only long/ enough to properly i

t 'I, fastness of these swanps Since coming I tory." Laying another ambush Os- I' prevention, remedy, or control of load his fruit and then, have uui iced

;ir nearer the bounds of civilization, ceola alsomassacred Major Hale and ( all insect and disease troubles occurrinK at regular "tlltIUIIS.ot: ; only will

} 4"s unlike other Indians, they have not I a detachment of troops. I I in Florida groves, guldens and I II the fruit airi\e in hettet!' ,condition hut 1I 1-----
'
sought alliance with the white race, I Under Flag of Truce. fields Though absolutely[ ,'orrel't' can 1 be> held for dugs for a better market I '
I
but have kept themselves rigidly sep Lead by Osceola, who displayed not according to the latest scientific researches and also gi\e receivers plenty' of 1I

p cluded. only cunning, but remarkable ability j it is in everyday words and time to dispose of it to the best advantage I Set More Fruit

11t i A Florida Patriot. as a warrior, the second Seminole war I as easy to read as the local for all parties concerned The

I Mrs. Willson makes eloquent plea continued, from year to year, to take I I per. Every grower should nl'wspa'j refrigeration charges/ are about 1.1; to I
its fearful toll of human lives. Massacre fifty cents 18c box, and fruit will net the
for the removal of the remains of -, copy. Paper covers ; per The bloom on your trees now is the foundation of your
-
Osceola on the grounds that he was a I followed massacre, till. the cloth bindings seventy-five cents. 'I growers .r 0c per box more or upwardsand crop next fall, and the only blooms that count are the I

Florida patriot, and that his body whole civilized world stood aghast Advertisement. I give better satisfaction to the con- I ones that "set" their fruit_,You'll lose some fruit by dropping '

. suml'rs." splitting make trees,set they ,
\\i > --- - -- - or so your every orange
I It is reported this week that thereis I possibly can NOW, by proper cultivation aDdArmour'

$/ a shortage in refrigerator cars at
G SPECIAL Tampa and other points, and unless

l r equipment is rushed forward by the sCitrus Fertilizers
Childreng Gingham Dresses, P '
transportation (companies there may
blue brown and white, in
be serious losses! sustained by shippers We make the finest grades of chemical and animal goods in
solid with blue and
piped,
i I The continued warm weatherhas thirteen special analyses for citrus trees-goods to fill YOUR
white stripes, sizes 6 to 14 I
l made the demand for refrigeratorcars needs__Our booklet fully these goods is free. .
years _i-_______________ 79c k describing
greater than had been anticipated Talk with

by the railroads and unless more -

SPECIAL wl v cars are available, it in feared quantities R. S FLOYD Kissimmee Fla J

Ladies' Dresses,, white voile, II f of fruit will not leave the state. .

: ','. Marquisette, Lingerle'flat.. ,r ...-- Owing to the unfavorable weather Armour Fertilizer Works ",
e ural and colored linen n M < conditions some of the large distribut
i dresses, laces and embroidery ers again closed their packing houses Jacksonville.! Fla.!

trimmed, all sizes.$7.49 last Saturday. Fruit is carrying poorly
,aya THE BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE OF FLORIDA and arriving on markets in bad shape,

M showing from 25 to 50 per cent decay.

Cool dry weather would mean thou- .

ya The Cost of Living Lowered I sands growers.of dollars to the citrus fruit

It is estimated that 70 per cent of
( Gazette's DIrectory of Produce and Commission Houses
the fruit in \he red lands of the East .. .
Coast has been shipped, but as a large
A Practical Demonstration of How We
part of the shipments have been

grapefruit this section is cleaned up ORANGES, Potatoes, Onions i Cabbage
Intend to Lower the Cost of Livingi ,
better than in Other citrus sections in APPLES and all other Fruits and Vegetables wanted in carlotn. We .

liF : i Florida and Georgia the state. The packing houses on the have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and J

,| ri" East Coast are either closed or only satisfactorily. Write or Wire '

| We don't ask you to spend your money with us if yon can buy the same quality of merchandise cheaper working with half force and takingthe C. H. JAMES Charleston W. Va. ;'
l entire: section probably 60. ,.per cent ,
t ; t elsewhere. We are going after your business in a business way by showing you where you can saveaid of the crop has been moved. Ref: The Packer, Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. 613tGALLAGHER -

make money by buying of us. If you believe in buying on rock bottom basis which allows but one W. C. Temple of the Florida Citrus
exchange said: "The markets duringthe ;
profit; and (insures you one hundred cents value for every dollar yon spend, our prices will surely interest past week on oranges have advan- BROS.Produce ; Connnissloa I ; Merctafr

yon. Look them over carefully, compare them with the prices yon are now paying and note for yourself ced steadily from day to day, and the 115 w. L Nitsr" It. CHICAGO '
consequence was that! Thursday'ssales ,
what we can save you. SOUTHERN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OUR SPECIALTY i
of January 16 were practically '
i'
Reference: ASK YOUR BANKER. :
double those of ten days or two weeks

ago. Good grapefruit will yet net the
THESE PRICES PROVE IT :
I WE SOLICIT TOUR
growers not lets than $3 on the trees F FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE
I GROCERIES Pet Cream, large size 48 cans to case____ 4.15 and good oranges should not bring SHimEITS OF '

Pillsbury Flour in Bbls. ___________u_ $6.35 Pet Cream, baby size, 72 cans to case____ 3,20Swifts less than $1.25 per box if cars are __ MEM'lI Ills TENN. 6-13tpd tI tII
Jewel Comp. 60 Ib tub net wt.____ 5.78 iced during the warm weather and
Pillsbury Flour jn 241b ski. by bbl. and
i
are
Swifts Premium Ham 8-IOtb av. per lb. .21c they carefully handled. Seedling
r burlap ----------------------- -- 6.59 K.Ubli.h.d 1800 Reference
-
Norths bellies 23-25 av. per Ib______ 167-8 fruit will begin to deteriorate in the : Your Banker .i'
Gold Medal Flour in bbls. ------______ 6.35 Swifta Silver Leaf Lard. 12, 51b pails____ 8.20 next thirty days and should be shipped J. S. STANTON & CO. ;

k,' Gold Medal Flour in 241b sks. by bbl. and Victor Brand Early June Peas 2 doz.____ 2.03 so as not to get market over I WHOLESALE PRODUCE

burlap ______________________b__ 6.51 Quaker Brand Tomatoes 2s. 24 cans____ 1.93 stocked but Hart's Tardiffs, Valencia OONSIONYUNTS A er.cla.TY| MEMPHIS. TENN. "C

,t ;c Gran. Sugar, Standard Grade, pure cane FEED Late and other late sorts can be held Ora.33.gea: ; Ora.pef.rva.lt ""VeOIF1 &". :&'b1..

t lOOlt .k,. ____________________ 5.48 till April or May as also can most of l lI..t ItTEACHEFcS

s; Gran. Sugar Standard Grade, pure cane Best White Corn lOOlb sack__________ 1.60 the grapefruit. Go slow and we will - 1'\

$4' \ by bbl. per 100 Ib ____________,,____ 5.J4 Best White Clipped Oat, per lOOlb ____ 1.67 in a great measure retrieve the losson .

; Water Ground Meal. 92 Ib its. ________ 1.78 No. I, Clover and Timothy Hay ton____ 24.50 some of our earlier:: shipments." : :: FLORIDA j

js J Extra .Fancy Jap Rice 1001b sks______ 4.75 Prime Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7/2!] per Buyers in some sections have offered -

Octagon Soap 100 bars to box________ 4.20 cent ammonia ton________________ 33.10 this week $1.25 for oranges on Stetson Opens a Spring Normal Review Course '
"
the
trees and $1.50 f. o. b. The pre-
I, Above prices subject to market changes.. vailing opinion of the majority of ,"AIIC'U 3HTH TO MAY/ 30''U. \
i growers and shippers is that the Send for bulletin. A special low rate Is Klven The State test book. i
On all 100 mar- at any Um. better I. IAddrvin. .
perYwVCk.nornm II'rade Cost
,
FREIGHT PREPAID pound* oremore.f ket will gradually improve and priceson light'< and tuItion. Bond.00 for for picture the n/we bulletin 8Thfi Includes tabi. boaI'd. j
all citrus fruits will be better
:t t and tCrKTNON UMVHHMITY. I>rL...... Florida. )
4 ..r if fruit improves in carrying quali- 8poctal attention Is called to The .III.al'7 hi Botany, 4,
Con.e
Will You not vrite for our Illustrated Book 1001 Attractive Prices'You ties that! prices will be the best ever Biology.1.. Agricultural. Ora-an Ch"mlstry and Inorganic Chemistry Qualitative and quantitative aaaly ;1,
Mineralogy, Geology, & .. ;
:0. Tha ""-" V.-
obtained during the spring months. Physiology Biology' Anatomy, Bacteriology General '
couldn't invest a stamp better Chemistry. nor gall 0 Chf'mlatry. Qualitative Hi.tology and Quantltatlve Zooloa-y. Cbeml.try.Botany "S\.i
i eeruel of :::Frla"1.tPIPe or.an' Violin' Voice harmony and Chorus Work. j
t France has just elected aeheor
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a new presi- 1'aLtinK t
In Oil. Water Color. Ao. "'la p''
\ COHEN BROS.JACKSONVILLE, dent also, and the world will have an --- ,

DEPT.: '1. opportunity of comparing the two The value of husbands lost on the r now consider that they are worth $25,. /.
presidents of the greatest republics Titanic increased
wonderfully after 000 to $100,000.-Spartanburg Jonrt -
X in the I
world.Binningham Ledger. the vessel went down.
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not,, HORIDA[ .,
t 4 may be.Chipped TOASTED 'AT: that the party of Jths "outs," of which 'I c '
tutfAS '" perishable 'nature, it ,Is, little,, ( he was about to' become''', a', member' r : )s\ l' "id. '

: :' ei VA.'OAY"Ytl ; outside climates of tropical, and WASHINGTON H DINNER "would live 'on,hopeand, in .'famis.1ied P' "L'U''J' I1Lps"
$ f.
I |, .- \\ + .. condition,..fight more valianUyvSenator .. . .W;
Fletcher set forth his Idea ,',
The Value of ---'"- "
Guava Da -

TAMPA TIMES,!! .., SUGGESTION- . If the .\suggestion the BROWN ,WAS HOST of a wheatfield comfort in in life Wisconsin as the possession for the site of :WORTH PICKING, ;
adopted and '
a is .
day
set -
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of a summer home, and an orangegrove ? vjr

1 I NEWSPAPER PROPOSES_ Tq guava dustry day will.,in have Florida received, the its& J in Florida for winter, and a Six-room house.. L, D GIVEN IN, HONOR OF bank, account in St Louis for accommodation '
+ START A DEMAND FOR THE Impetus. Let the people, of good out-buildings. Lot 64x150 ft. 18 lafee'learinc orange; treWhoiwei
r GUAVA WHICH WILL 'GIVE take an interest in what cep. SENATORS FLETCHER AND nals. He while also going declared between that t rml- practically new and well built.'- Cheap at $7500.. 'Only two, .bkcks?from
Floe
< < INDUSTRY JIN JMr.ETVIk! _ an industry on a scope. with\\ I BRYAN-GUESTS TALKEDABOUTTHEIRSTATE ida "has soil an'd..climate and blue business part of town. Terms if desired '

.. rus will'--fruit have Industry,been and "the' skle. FARM AND CROVE _._..__....:-' ',' y
made.. --
-
: -
'': The Tampa Times proposes Guava what the Florida and Presented as a Florida "cracker," 42 acres of land and about 8 acres of bearing grave mostly oranges

for Florida, as follows: ducts needs. guava Florida's 'chief booster, lion. :T. J. Senator Bryan discussed' lightly the of good: varieties, with 'several fine grapefruit trees, and some, tangerine
Day industries of his State,*telling Senator Fine flowing wells six-room house stables and.tqme of the finest hammock
Here Is the' Times' Brown; give a dinner in Washing ,<
+ Why not,a guava\ day for Florida? aside a day-say February plan' : n the other night' which is the'lead- Stone, that the.well. known brands land I iff-the country Land fenced and crossed fenced.it.; J prettiestt place :' ",','
s e whole purPose of such' eels Guava of Missouri salmon were catfish when to ,build, ,with fine ,evergreen shade land adjoin a beautiful.lake-an3 '--1' M _
day. On .
that date of conversation, : '
'ona it topic congres taken from the' rivers of Florida.,.He ' '*
,, ra to. foster an"industry that housewife in the fronts on county road. 4 ,11 __ \t. J li* ff r
I f is being J established or'to 'arouse additional see and buy guava state.Jelly go"to or circles. The Colonel, who Is a told several stories of Florida life. Price $7500. Time on greater part, making it possible}for,grove to help
of hosts, is doing great work Monticello, home of Jefferson, was make payments, .' ',1.I r
interest in one that has been preserves:-a ,jar:' o't ,more._ that ,
topic Jefferson
a Representative
well established.The grocer doesn't carry: it in behalf'of his state at the.;cauitaL M. Levy, of New York, declined to dis- VILLAGE RM AND GROVE 1

guava\ is peculiarly a Florida out why and urge him to do Washington Star says of this din- cusss. The subject had become Irk- 60 acres of excellent land about half splendid''citrus 'fruit land balance /. - 4

fruit, so far as the United States is the grocers make a display of : some, he said, ahd he didn't want to in the. artesian belt, very fine for farming;;and trucking+ IGtoT, of !
culiarly Florida product and A jolly informal party of Senators hear any more about it. He was letoft about 10 acres, half in beating, balance young trees thrifty and nice. Thisis
concerned, more particularly a South way help to advertise to qur Representatives gathered at din without a reprimand. a splendid place- located! one block from depotlhatidyrte.schooland: .
Florida fruit, for it is grown in quantities friends, who will be in the last night at the Continental Ho The tale of "Joe Bowen, Miser," and church. Price $5500, on favorable term ., .. .. .
only in' those sections of theefrfte tens of thousands '
that
I by to do honor to'the two Senators verses telling of the goat that flaggedthe .,
where there Is little fact that Florida SMALL FARM .
: or no frost. produces a .-
1 Florida, Duncan U. Fletcher and train were the contributions of
J:.LtlTpite the fact that the raising of peculiar merit. Also the work."l; P. Bryan. Representative H. A. Barnhart, of In 10 acre about three mile from town nice nearly level land rich new. '

"guavas is easily accomplished and the and restaurant keepers see .to Col. Thomas J. L. Brown, of Tampa diana. Representative "Phil" Camp- soil, small house, deep well of loft water.(land fenced.and about half,in'

returns great so far as a big crop of guavas are on their bills of Key West was host of the occa- bell of Kansas, deplored the deca- cultivation, can be bought cheap and on terms, owner will make- 'an' attractive '

fruit is concerned, and that the fruit day. Col. Brown was one of the par': dence of oratory, and did not know price to purchaser. 4"j , .- : -'

makes delicious jelly, jam or pre- A Field for AIL ty that accompanied the President on what Florida wanted, but was "fur't." I SUBURBAN LAND '
serves, and may be used in a hundred This is a field'for all. The recent Panama trip, and many of Love for Florida. ,
different ways, there has been, thus pers, and particularly those guests had met him on that oc Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota, 50 acre quarter} of a mile from city limit\*?:mOlt of land fine for citrus ;

far, but spasmodic efforts in Florida Florida, should take a hand. Ion. He was designated by the explained how he came to love the fruit*. balance good farming land fenced on one side land owned by a \-
. to utilize this means of producing man or newspaper can from Florida in their speech land of Florida and why he has retained non-resident adjoins land held at one hundred dollars per 'acre,.thi can t

wealth-little real effort to concen- Florida guava as famous as as the "ambL8Rador'from Florida," that affection for it. It seems be had for $50 per acre, on easy term .. ..

trate and make it into an industry. to be. All are Invited to the title stu<:k and was repeated that Senator Nelson, as he told it, 1 1Over
To be sure, housewives throughout the the job and help turn the other speakers. Representative was seasick on a ship off the. Florida NELSON REALTY COMPANY
.
state anxiously await the coming of Clark of Florida was toast- coast at one time in his youth, and .,

the guava season each year and put CITY WILL HOUSE wanted to land. When he did landon Citizens',Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. t .
:
up much of the delicious fruit in various President Taft was lauded by Sena- the Florida shore his affection was 11

ways; some put it up for sale ina FIRE APPA Reed Smoot of Utah as a high- given, never to be taken away. '
small local w'ay, and reap good patriot whose labors as Presi Former Representative William B ;T.Ir T.

profits. Leas than a year ago one of had been directed to the end that Lamar was presented as Florida's I :'.:
the largest canning concerns in the CONTRACT LET TO H. N. should find no fault in him, : cabinet possibility. "How Delightedto #"

country began the preserving of gua- TON TO CONSTRUCT I than to his own personal in- Be an ex-Member of Congress," 'Let Ploof Show the Proof"

vas In)Ja small way here and is mar- FOR MACHINERY. t in furthering! hix_chances for was a theme elaborated by Mr. Lamar. =, a
keting the product-feeling its way i Senator James A O'Gor-- Representative William F. Murrayof --- 1

to a larger field. j| of New York, declared that the Massachusetts, who was one of a We are State Representatives the I

Last year thousands of bushels of Council has let a contract that could be said of President number present at the opening of the BEST in PUMPS GAS' ENGINES :
guavas rotted on the ground in South construction of a shed for 1 I would find an echo and endorse- railway over the Florida keys into

Florida, because they were a drug on ing or the auto fire truck in the breast of every Demo- Key West, recited incidents of the All Kinds Stationary and Marine ,
the market and the means of preserv- machinery to II. N. Bratton. I| celebration, yesterday being the an- and t
ing the fruit on a large scale not at I The structure will go np Ii I niversary.
hand Even had all of the fruit been city property near the | Pledges His Vote. Representative Jesse L. Hartman, Engines Boilers Hoisting Enginesand

utilized through use of the preservingkettle I plant. The material :'i Senator Boise Penrose pledged his of Pennsylvania, declaring he was a ,
it might not have been sold razing the several fire hose I to confirm Col. Brown as ambas- victim of the bull moose, told of his Carry a General Line of Suppliesfor
quickly, because it must be advertised I will be used. The Council to St. James if he could get the purpose to be a good loser, maintained all Purposes
For while the guava i is appre- I pay Mr. Bratton $200 for his He referred to the de- until the thrrd day after election,

when the accumulated condolence of MACHINE CO. :
THE H. E. 'PLOOF I
hill friends made,him realize how bitter -
is defeat, whereupon )I'e becamethe 20 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, 'LA. i ii
i worst loser in the world Lecal and Long Distance Phone. 46-zct pd 8t +
Stories of the \Ve"t.
Stories of the Went were told by
Senator Coe L. Crawford of South,

Dakota.Senator-elect Broussard, of: Distance

The ARTHUR E. DONEGAN; . Louisiana Representative, eulogized Clark the, and toastmaster spoke of, AdvertisingLong 296 w wis

him as a possible Senator in the eventof

any future vacancy. Champ Clark, the \
saying right thingat
Speaker of the House, was also sub- d

ject of compliment, and was toasted the right timein
as a coming President of the United Yc.

Real Estate and States Senator O'Gorman's- delight in the right wayWe

twisting the tail of the British lion, make a specialty of planning. preparing I
the only matter that could ruffle the literature and conducting campaigns for *
dignity of the Senator from New. Land Companies Boards.of Trade, Municipalities ;,
and Individuals
York, was commented upon by Senator -. '.... .. ...
: usa '
. ..' Insurance'r Agency r Atlee Pomerene of Ohio.
Those present were Senators G. M. GLEN ADVERTISERS'' _
Hitchcock. M. Simmons, Boise! Pen- 1

rose, B. R. Tillman, B. F. Shively,
Joseph Johnson, W. J. Stone, Ja. TAMPA 1 FLORIDA "
A. O'Gorman, Knute Nelson, T. H. r
5
Paynter, Hoke Smith, Jno. R. Thorn-
Second Floor Citizens Bank Building. '
r ton, !Mark A. Smith, Charles F. John- 11111111 in 1111111 I ii 1111 ii i n n n I 111 iiiiiiiini i n i >

son, George T. Oliver, Wesley L.
f Grave Covers and Vaults
Jones, Thos. S. Martin, Reed Smoot, a Specialty j *

'John W. Kern, Coe I. Crawford, Jas.
E. Martine, D. U. Fletcher, N. P. Bryan WHITE BRONZE : !

A, J. Gronna and Atless Pome-, Is the most enduring monument
We attention to the fact that
invite rene, and Representatives Chas G. Edwards -
made. Will not get
,Jefferson Levy, S. M. Sparkman moss-grown, ;
Our Real Estate and Insurance Departments A. W. Gregg, H. A. Barnhart, A. A crack or crumble. Is more artistic :

F. Lever, Philip Campbell W. G. and less expensive. ,
Brown, J. S. Simmons, E. R. Bath-
have been consolidated. We have
now a rick, John L. Burnett, L. P. Padgett, Write me and I will call. '. : '

W. F Murray, J. L. Hartman, H. S. JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. 6. :
,
number of first class homes and listed DeForrest, W. A. Ashbrook, George
groves I I I II I I I I I I I III I I I II 11 M I I I 11 11 1111 11 I ,
F Foss, D. R. Anthony, E. S. Candler, .. .
S. A Roddenbery, J. E. Ellerbe, Frf>k
also a large number of vacant lots, as well as Clark James L. Slayden, A. L. Bates, !

and 1). H. Mays Senator-elect R. F.

an assortment of undeveloped lands located Broussard, Walter Vick, George rf
James, W. W. Price, J. M Cathcart, "The Dixie Limited"The \

Jr., Tampa J, L. Kelley, Marianna,
; .
" in different sections of the State to select from. Fla.; Cromwell Gibbons, Jacksonville, \

Fla.; T. V. Moore, Miami, Fla.; J. C. Morning Observation Car (
Chas, Jacksonville W. C. Temple,
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ex-Representative W. B. Lamar, Mayo. '
Jacksonville St. Louis and Chicagovia y
Dudley and P. II. McGowan. j
Leading Fire, Life, Accident, Liabialityand r

An Ambiguous Answer. .

Bonding 'Companies in the World. For "That's a"swell umbrella you carry." ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,
"Isn't it?
: "Did you.'come by it honestly'!" The Standard Railroad of the South.
further information call
on or correspond "I haven't quite figured it out. It
LEAVES JACKSONVILLE DAILY
9:35 A. M.
,J j started to rain the, other day and I

't with stepped into a doorway to wait till it PULLMAN STANDARD SLEEPING AND COMPARTMENT CARS
rv stopped. Then I saw a young fellow DINING CARS

; D. G. Wagner Manager coming along with a nice large um- G
brella, and I thought if he was going .

r as far as .my house I would beg the For Pullman reservations and tickets call on r
shelter of his humbershoot. So I any Agent Atlantic Coast Line, or
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'.. stepped out and asked, 'Where are you A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
; going with that umbrella, young fellow . Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla. 'a w
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EXPENSIVE

>I ,\" 'I t DOES, NOT FAVOR'1, r'' the event amount a deficit needed I.1 apparent and the betweer aoiouni' CONSTITUTIONAMENDMENTS Stops :Bac $:a b e: .


PAID .SECRETARY possible to be raised under such! UP Sloan's .Liniment is a splendid remedy for:,backache, stiff

plan: of get ;joints, rheumatism neuralgia and sciatica. ";You, don't need to

J We discussed the probability this '' rub it in-Just laid on lightly gives comfort and ease at once.
( what.was needed to make up ARE EXPENSIVE
SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS S I difference tiff from the-.land companiesand Best for Pain and Stiffness i

\ the,tlty council.. Because of the ML Omo. BcoiAHAi.of Welch;;Okla.,writes_"I 1 haft aNd your tin.Iment .
.' ", lit'the personnel of, 'ON FOOT TO 'HAVE for the past ten years for pain la,back and stiffness and find ft the beat
change MOVEMENT
fact that a Liniment 1 ever tried. I recommend it to for pains of kind."
t anyone any
PAID
J PUT ON
TIME NOT RIPE TO la Imminent,
? '., the' city administration CONSTITUTIONAL, CONVENTION
' SECRETARY FOR BOARD OF election for mayor and councilmen .OVER- i'
.. an : -- = -'''Olt' :MAKING :
.--.---.-- -"TRADE"BUT) IDEA SHOULDBE being near'we did n t'thi Iilta
LAW OF STATE
approach the councilto ORGANIC : SLOANS
time to
: ,f ENCOURAGED.If pitious be-
/ and
'. t ask for an appropriation,
.' cause'of certain reasons that were developed been
in
organized
aT -'" ,L tY MAMA makes recommendations of the 'n a discussion of the subject A movement '
constitutional
the to have a conentioncalled
-
x"" : 'f:, 11:.' fcst" bread, cakes and pies 'id not think It wise to Reproach Tampa
V3 (
to canvass for the of
ever did committee appointed purpose revising -
see.and she uses' special! LINIMENT
.
l land companies.
, the lars.: !
the organic law of the State.
carried out, the :
the matter are the conclusions of the committee -
a JWiitc CIover'Hott? Kissimmee Board of' Trade will have Hence were that the matter of making lIon. C; B. Parkhill, ex-justice of

<.<; : : rause she it is bef of the the Supreme Court, is president :of
more of secretary
lays ) I
the belflnningr I the position
," ' lerthsn njosfany other flourWW a paid secretary by ot Trade a salaried the New Constitution 'League of Florida Is good for sprains, strains, bruises. cramp: _or soreness: of the_ ?.....
_--,- | I guess my mama knowSalUlactlon */ thenext season. Kissimmee Board and in and J. E.: Worthington, city editor muscles, and cell affections of the throat and chest. ,
at the regular while being desirable
c guaranteed/( The committee reported office,
of the Tampa Times is Cot ]Entire Relief
,
//A and the could not be successfully secretary.
trial will convince Monday evening, the line of progress
I meeting I at this time and The League is sending out a leaflet R. D. BUHOOVNK, of May.villo, Ky., RR. I, Box
>fOLR GROCER IJAS1V Kist of it was that the present wasinononrtune taken up containing the following interesting 5, writes,-"I had severe pains between my&houl.der \
this
I an time to take up the the committee recommends that i I got a tattle of your Liniment and had entire ,
= I([ mlilt.el'of- employing a secretary, sing lie deferred until after the election information: n relief at the fifth application" j,

J = l hut that it ',"hould !he done "* soon us I I .1 of the city officials; that the report To the People of Florida: On the Relieved Sever Pain In SbooMermMR. I

the business community could !he(, [ of the committee be made public th day of December in the City of J. UNPFRWOOD of sooo Warren A".., k

1 brought to a realization of the benc- to the end that the business men may Tampa the New Constitution Leagueof Chicago. 111., 'I'riteaJI am a piano polisher' ',

fits to come to the town from the workof know what the employment of a secretary Florida was organized at a mass I by occupation, and since last Spptembjer ha".-"fllufTered ),I
with/ In both '
severe pain shoulder
'The meeting of citizens. It has for its \. ,
an urtiviman\ in that position. I will mean to them in .increased r I could not rest night or day( One of my (
I report of the committee which was duesand: that all members of the object the submission by the next legislature I friends told me about your Liniment.

R.JK! before the Hoard, follows: I I Board interest themselves in the agi- of a proposal for a revision of Three applications completely cured

QA 1 Kissimm.-c, Kla.; Jan. :20, '1913.: tation for a paid secretary and that the Constitution of Florida to be voted I me and I will never be without It."

To the I'ro.-i.li-nt and :Members of the j the matter be actively taken up again on by the electors at the general. election I I i atf Pries Bio.at AUDMlan.Bond Me., and.$1.00

KiMimnu'iBoa, id of Trade, in the summer, that the Board may be in 1914. L for Skxu.free book on harm.
Gentlemen; : Your\ committee ap- ;'ill a position to begin the next season The present; constitution was adopted A4dreee .

I point,'" under! resolution passed at a 'I with a secretary in place, and with by the people in 1885. If the prop- Dr. Earl S. Sloan

. [,.21 L I special mooting held Friday evening, | advertising matter well placed in ad- osition to revise it is voted upon favorably Boston. Mass.

den 1 17. sots, to consider the matter : vance, so that the experiment will by the people in 1914 the aWe

; I' of employing :a secretary for the have the best possible opportunity to legislature that assembles in 1915 will .

I Hoiml' of Trade I had a meeting this show results which we think wouldbe provide for a convention to revise the --- -.

''afternoon in the office of .Mr. Lewis impossible if the assumption of Constitution, said convention to meet

TITLE ,I O'Bryan. Present were N. C. Bryan, such an expense and experiment at within six months after the passageof

A. S. =Nelson, Edward Canning and J. this time were attempted. Respectfully the law creating it. This convention -

5 GUARANTY ],, II. Reeve H. C. Miller, the remaining submitted, then, /cannot possibly be held
.
member, of the committee was absent. J. 11. REESE, Chairman. before the latter part of 1915. Thus:

1 :Mr O'Bryan, the secretary of the o thirty years or more will have passed Are Glad to Announceto

COMPANY i i lUiiircl], was present and entered into since the adoption of the present Constitution -
EXPERT SAYS
the discussion.The GOLF and the formation of a new
our many friends and customer that we expect to move into our
fiuaranlee; I the ?rill Itto Lands meeting laste TSWrnore than
one.The
Prepares ;Merchantable' AbHtrarlH I an hour and the subject was carefully COURSE IS GOOD Constitution under which we
\ canvassed\ and earnestly discussed. In \ live has been amended 23 times and New Store No. 310 Broadway
I of Title. to Timber and ,
I' the opinion of the committee it wouldbe Iii propositions for amendment have I

Colonization Tracts anywhere necessary to raise $3,000 annually( been voted down by the people. These '. next week and invite all to visit us and see our display of the largest

y in Florida.Titles in order to employ a competent man BEST IN THE STATE :111 efforts to amend the Constitutionhave I I stock of

I to perform the duties of secretary; to cost, according to the Secretaryof

Il pay for printing and postage, office I State, $:.51lii.!': The convention ofINS t
\\l lI rent, and incidental expenses. To IIAKR1K COWIE MAKES AN)'; INSPECTION :; l ;! only cost US19.: : Furniture and House Furnishingsbetween

to City Lots raise this amount 'of money it would OF COUNTRY CU'H\ Last fall the people amended the

r be necessary to increase the dues to GROUNDS AND PASSES OPINION :; I Constitution to provide an additionalcircuit Jacksonville and Tam pa. and make any suggestions as to .
; EXAMINED PROMPTLY.LEWIS \ the best of the stock. It will to
arrangement pay you get ourprices
judge for the
such a figure that the committee did ON ITS ADAPTABILITYHarrie county of Duval. I II
I*' I.I I...' \ before buying elsewhere.Kissimmee.
I At election
one
t not think it would be wise to attemptthis. some years ago they

A graduated scale of dyes was I voted down a similar proposition for
Cowie, golf: \ professional,
then discussed and tentative list the relief of Escambia
a of I county. Later
O'BRYAN, Manager employed by the Orlando Country .
the members under they adopted it, at the
possible such a same time, Furniture Co.Phon
KiMHimmee Office. Club, visited Kissimmee the first of I
I plan was made out, as follows: Wat the week. adopting another amendment which .

i ers & Carson Gro. Co., $10 per month; After playing over the grounds permitted an increase in the numberof 52 ;.

Osceola JIdw. Co., $10; II. 'C. Stanford, Mr. Cowie gave it as his opinion that judicial circuits, as a result of
$10; C. W. Dann, $5; the banks $10 which Escambia county now has more
Head Office: Bisbee Building, the local club had the best ground for
each; Cole $5; Katz $5; Makinson $5Waring ; of this relief than is desired.
if Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: the making of an ideal golf course f
r $5; Aultman $5; Lawson $2; One objection to the present Constitution 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 fh
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Klssirnrnee, Fla., Fort Myers, that he had seen in Florida. h
Blenis $2; Griffin $2; barbershops $I is that it contains so much -
Fla.. Arcadia Fla. "The land is naturally adapted for i
each; newspapers $2 each; 9 lawyers golf" said Mr. Cowie "and you can legislative matter, and enters so much '
$2 each markets each into minor details of
$2 PhysiciansI
; ; government. This
make fine
with the
$ each; Downing real estate $2; Nel a course' expendi- was made necessary, perhaps, by kiSSIMMEE
ture of a little money. This has not pe- TATE BAN ( OF
son real estate $2; Willson real estate been the case with other golf courses culiar conditions existing when it was ( ; ;

K $2; McCool $2; Ward $2; Breaker that I have seen in Florida. On all framed but which are no longer to be

real estate $2; John M. Lee $2; bum of the well known courses the clubs feared Oldest Bank In Osceola County
ber mills $2 each ice company $5. In 1885 Florida had 358
; 406 people J
have thousands of dollars ; I
spent to
The ;New These fi mires are (iriven only to show I. get in 1910 its population was 752.619. Depository For "j
wnat you nave already-that is a UNITED STATES OOVKHNMBNT POSTAL
SAVING FUNDS
.i what basis it Today it
upon was proposed to turf. probably has 850,000'people.
= good STATB or FLORIDA..
raise the necessary funds. This 'assessment Good Turf Counts. Thousands of these people came here COUNTY Of" OSCBOLA CITY Of KISSIMMKB.: i

Home BakeryDARLINGTON amou\is to about $150 a "Now 'at Orlando we have been from other states or are of a new gen

month or $1800 a year. The committee that eration and had'no hand in the for Capital Stock Fully Paid -_____________;.____________$50.000.00
boasting have
we the best turf
did'not think it possible to collect. in the State, but the turf there does mation of our organic laws. With ''Surplus .:________________________________________.' 30.000.00Stockholders'

AVENUE more than the amounts designated, not the progress of events great changes Liability ______________________________ 50000.00
with-the turf
compare that
r I and it is likely that it would be diffi- I have. A good spongy, springy turfis you have taken place in the public mind Depositor Security -----------------_____________130000.00

Makes as good one of the greatest essentials fora .upon governmental affairs. INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
..
fi BREAD j good golf course, and you have it. This organization does not intendto SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Why would Jack Spratt's wife push
any particular ideas for
They would
thousands
give of
dol-
eat no lean? I I lars at Palm Beach and Miami for the amendments preferring to leave the C. A. Carson, JDO. M. Lee, M. Katz N. B. CSTSOB,

PIES turf that you have without spendingany writing of the new Constitution in the President Vice President 2nd Vice Pre L Cashier

hands of the Constitutional Conven-
money whatever; then you have a ,
F s ; CAKES i good many hazards provided by na- tion, so wisely provided for by our .

ture, besides that there are other ad- forefathers. The problems of muni-
kr a* any Bakery in Florida.J. vantages in your favor. I am glad cipal government alone are, however, I
that worthy of the attention of the
te I had the opportunity to go over conven-
tion. When
the
the course, and I hope the club will bea present Constitution
a+ H. REED, Proprietor great success." was framed! there was not a city in n
Florida with R. S. FLOYD'Grocer
Mr. Cowie returned to Orlando as. many aa 10,000 peo-
ple. Today there
are several
Tuesday evening but he wanted to return com-
Monday. He hopes to be ableto paratively large cities bringing with

come every Monday to give instruc- their growth perplexing questions of

PURE BRED POULTRY tions in the game, and will do so if municipal government not touched
upon at all in
the'present Constitu
he
succeeds in making up a class of

sufficient size to warrant the expenseof tion.We
v l Breeders of highest type Black Simply because she didn't lean the trip. lie expects to get a class believe the people of Florida

g; Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish that way. of eight or ten members, and it is desire an opportunity of''creating a
c Game White Orpingtona, R. I. Reds, thought that this new Constitution; and we know at
will be
J Japanese Silkies White Muscovy and Jack easily arranged least that Gel our prices on
r$11 Sprat Would Eat No Fat the representatives of the
Mallard Ducks. High clasa breeding ,
stock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Correspondence Besides giving instruction, Mr. people in the legislature should give HAY GRAIN FEED
I' solicited. Everything His Wife Would Eat No Cowie is prepared to furnish golf out- them an opportunity to speak on this ,

absolutely\ guaranteed as represented fits. He served an apprenticeship of matter. We want all who are of this
or money refunded. mind to make their wishes which we make a specialtyand
four known
in and
the
Lean! So Thus Between The years manufacture of
to aid in
us this
THE OAKS POULTRY FARM clubs, and all the goods sold by him movement. Commit.
i are hand made after his models. Mr. tees will be appointed in every coun- .
Two 01 ThemThey'd <.. <_ .L. __ .. ,
Cowie is *.f w me ena mat an
NEW "SMYRNA. FLORIDA responsible for thp State. easy method --- ----

a ,; 2-m. Eat A Meat Shop Clean! place tournament at Orlando which and is it soon was to he take who may may make be adopted known whereby their desires.the people We on beautiful a half blocks Verona of street the post in'the office, I O OO''HoUOOO.O'.U.toOOU. ;


;v1 +Hr 4 The LongAnd Short Of It Is I golf suggested association the organization, at which the of Kissimm a State- are solicit interested correspondence in this cause.from any who us best show neighborhood.y fart this Beautiful Call and home.very let FOR SALE !

' e club will be represented. I NEW CONSTITUTION LEAGUE Terms on of purchase if desired.
DANCING CLASSES That We Have The Fat And OF FLORIDA. 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. .iJ'i

7" under direction of .Big ." *******
Bargain In a Home CHARLES B. PARKHILL, Pres.J. Nauen, Germany has built a wire- FARM ;

MRS. J. D. WOODBECK Lean Of! III! inside Splendid; new limits six-room house Just E. WORTHINGTON, Secy. less tower 1,000 feet high. Ought to
4w; city fine well
atFIREMEN'S deep lot
Care Tampa Times. be able to see as' well
1 contains as hear all and
two acres o+ ground good over Orange Grove ?
p HALL Is Your Choice, Fat Or Lean? new barn wagon and buggy sheds Modern the world from that height.-Memphis ,

Monday Evenings > 7:30 to 9:00 and all under good new fence. Fine Up to Date Home CommercialAppeal.TOMATO 300 Grapefruit and Orange trees f'f',

% Thursday - 7:00: to 8:80 location tor small truck garden or No. 464.-$3500._ New modern 70 bearing; 25 Acres Cleared, 40.z ) '
w RULL poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition six-room cottage, bath Acres Good Pine North Shore rlX
LESSONS FIFTY CENTS EACH BASS where lavatory hot PLANTS. Land on ; ,
one will have- the
free- and cold water, electric of East Lake
Private instructions If desired at dom of the country yet dose enough lights beautiful aton hail have several million LlvlnB'I I of TohopeluOiffa. In View ft
expensive St.
Cloud '
special rates. MARKET to enjoy all the advantages of the nice rugs. House mantels furnished new furniture sale eSeyw: l.'tb'Fe: tomato, let. I'rtce plant$1.50 forDAVIS FI. .
City such as splendid high school, best complete per thouaand. $.40 for 10.000 !
ready for tota and I
y. markets churches occupancy. Large lot, 83x pu. I am also headquarters
eta Price for
24-tf H. M. Breaker $1500. 147V4 feet on which is 20 full bearing potato slips. Write for catalolrue.sweet D. S. AUSTIN
&; Co. J. It
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,A PIONEER ,CITIZEN : Your love and kindness.will never b. .49000PP00 0000000 pending- few weeks her.. While: .

forgotten and most especially do. we 0 \ 4 1
hero' he is conducting revival service
'' .
D.l.fp'lUfSDAY NIG"f want,to publicly thank Mrs. Langdon, 9" DAVENPOI Te AA for,. ,the Methodist church. ]

who was so loving and.kind to Mil. ,A C A. Parrjsh and d Carter' '
. We know that to her'belong all ,+ of; .80.440. +OP,0040000 < Jasper ROYAL
BELL are covering about one half acre
,REV: T. J. HAD LIVED, IN the:plaice we can bestow. We thank I.' I. Gold ml hy Iwhp: is connectedwith of ground and arranging.to irrigateit

KISSIMMEE'. FROM? THE LIME her,' from our hearts,, and may God the Chicago Telep'h ne Co., and in which they are going to plant

IT WAS 'TRADING, POST.! I bless her.always. wife, and Adam Schoeberlein; manufacturer About $500,worth of rough lemon and "

;-- W.; T. LANGFORD, and..F inil.c -=of the famous,-Schoeberlein. sour seed'to"make"nursery stock;

:: 1' DEATH noodles, and wife, who spent come The South Florida Nursery Co, of BAKING POWDERAbsolutely

Rev. Thomas J. 'Bell died at his OF MILDRED LANGFORD. '' time In Davenport left Wednesdayfor this
place, are daily expecting a consignment ,
,
horn in North Klssimmee Tuesday, -
their home in-Aurora 111.
Mildred of about 30,000 one year old ,
at 9 o'clock. ,Lahgford, after a long aid Pure .f; s
The'
evening deceasedsustained ;: painful sickness,. died at the home of J. E:?, Bowen formally opened his sour stock which will be followed soon :
fall '
injuries from a several -'' Mrs..Langdon,Friday, January 24, at hotel Just,east of Davenport Tuesdaythe with about, 100,000 :more., This .is a

and! ,weakened weeks. aeo,,from which his age noon.. She was: born in Madison, '28th. The guests of both hotels Dew enterprise and promises to be one The only. Baking Powder matte, ,

''t.eove1'7. - physique precluded're- county, ,Georgia; 'on March' 28, 1888., with many other.?;, ,of Mr.' Bowen's of', Davenport's.foremost industries. from Royal Grape Cream olTartar' 'I .

I I.Mr. The funeral was held Sunday, the friends were present. A''Ve1'7 fine A gentleman' from Bartow called .
Bell to Kissimmee '
,came 'some Interment being at Rose Hill. dinner was served to, a' large crowd upon Postmaster Hitchcock some days 'PHOSPHATE'e
thirty'years aeo',.when the place wan NO ALUM ; NO LIME,
and a good time reported by all. C. ago with a view to establish a bankin ,

.atrading..poat,_and..hardly" a...villag.He -- "
A DISAPPOINTED BULL. C. Farmer'addressed assemblageThey Davenport; At present''the onlyried
was born In 1840 in Harris hotel Florida
dedicated the Bowenvilla. on by the 'Development

county, Ga., and was reared In' that Last week a solitary bull wandered I connection .:with this hotel Mr. local ,banking business here la carCo. f" r, Ir

State; in 1861 he was .married to Miss in from the range to visit former I Bowen has a swimming pool and ba- be a bit surprised to hear of the gov- LAUNCH: RIDE GIVEN '

Susan Chapman, of Coweta county, scenes along what in times past was i' nana' grove .and a perpetual garden. Rev. J. Guy Printer went to Taft ernor taking -up his winter quarters '

Ga., who survives! him. There were known among bovines as the "Milky 'I He expects to make this a very attractive -' last Sunday to fill a preaching ap- here, which is saying quite a bit. COLLEGE TEAM "

three daughters and three sons, the {
resort. C. C. B.
Way ( but which i pointment.Rev.
whey), is now j
all
dead but
former the latter still
are (
known to members of the human family .I Frank Ward is assembling material : Clark, who for 27 years has it ,
> live, and were present at the funeral.'J FOR MAYOR.I ",
been a missionary to the Indians! in 'VIHi
as "Broadway. on the ground for a beautiful new MOONLIGHT RIDE ON RAKE WAS
.l\e daughters ;were Mrs. G. B. Wood- I Oklahoma is with his -
A more disappointed, dazed, bull residence on -Ridge.. family spending PLEASANT EVENT IN HONOR
Mattie hereby announce candidacyfor
all, Mrs. Harper and Miss my
could not have been found the A few of our folks went to 'the winter in Davenport.
,. as young
,
Mary Bell; the sons are W. B. Bell, I milky way IM'hlch formerly was a cat- I Lake Hamilton last Saturday even- I Mr. E. F. Chambless, secretary of Mayo.r of the City of Kissimmeeand OF THE VISITORS. ,t

A. B. Bell, of the ''Woodall CypressCo. tle paradise, had been transformed, ing with W. J. Rush in his automobile | the Florida Development Co., with his if elected will work .for the best It sr

., Kissimmee, and Helen Belle, of transfigured. Succulent grass side returning the same evening. i i family is spending a few weeks at I interests of the citizens. .
in honor of the '
.
Georgia.The I' A launch ride given
walks had given place to cement, and I S. W. Lackey, who recently came Clear Water, Fla. LEWIS O'BRYAN. '
deceased had been a Baptist Columbia college students who played
the length and breadth of the milky j here from Stantqh, Neb., and who Twobicyclists'! riding an old fash-
minister forty years. He was the first a match game of basket ball with the j
way had been paved with brick, on I j owns a grove here as well as town ioned tandem, arrived here Tuesdaythe O. T. Usleman, field secretary of the l '
pastor of the Baptist church in Kis high school students last week. Miss
which not a spear of grass wherewithto I property is preparing to build a beau- 28th, after having wheeled all Anti-Saloon League spoke at the Bap-
the hostess.
simmee and during his career serveda Elizabeth Carson was a.,
tempt the old bull's appetite was 1 tiful modern bungalow on Christian the way from the State of Michigan. tist church Wednesday evening, and
.
number of churches in this section.lie The .launch Lorinda left the city : ,
left. No more shady hooks by doorsteps II Ridge.A They are known as the Texas Mascotts. took a collection for the League, work. '
was a preacher of the old school, ( dock with the party at eight o'clock ,'j'
or church edifices were now left movement is now on foot to build Already they have covered The crowd was small, but a goodly
and possessed the natural gifts of pul- and a delightful ride on the lake was ,
open to be defiled by him and his fellow -t an ice plant here in connection with more than 5,000 miles of their jour- amount was contributed to the cause. . .. J
pit dissertation that caused his min- I enjoyed. The weather was ideal I, and
kind; not even was left a placeto which there will be an electric sys- ney. This is known as an Athletic I The speaker stated that money was
istry to be remarkably successful. lie none of the delights of the occasionwas
paw up the ground in witness of II 1 Endurance ride. The ride calls for needed to keep a man at Tallahassee 4
was staunch in his beliefs, and earn- tem.The missed by the jolly participants.
his disgust-and all around him showed directors: of the Florida Development two diamond medals and the worldsall during the next session of the Legis-
est and even at times eloquent, and Composing the company were: g
the earmarks of progress and pros- I Co. recently held a meet- distant tandem record. They go: lature to work for the passage of
Misses Fisher Marie Huddl
served his pastorates acceptably and Dowayne -
perity, BO much so that it extractedthe I I ing in Davenport at which time they from here to Jacksonville, thence to several measures that were vetoedby
Carson Jo Berta Bryan
ston, Mary ,
well.The wild vim from his nature and he i !' decided to make some extensive im- New York, through Canada to their Governor Gilchrist. He said that s'
funeral was conducted from the Angle Makinson, Nannie Reese, Ver-
became docile. lie wandered down i provements. starting place which is Grant Rapids, local option elections in several coun- I '
home by Rev. Dr. A. J. Holt Wednes- na Holt, Chlorine Amos, Katherine
Broadway snuffing at the livery stab- Thomas Jefferson McKnigM has Mich. Through each stae3: they ties on the East Coast called for I ? "
day afternoon. The deceased was a Derbyshire, Fling, Martha King, Elizabeth
les, whose smell was at least somewhat | been appointed station agent 'at thispoint. pass they call on the governor n.jid funds. He made a strong plea and
member of the Masonic order, and the -B. Carson Messrs. Philip Ed- q
familiar. lie admired the hypo- secure his signature, also each city was given an attentive; hearing. The '
fraternal wards Landis Blitch, Lewis Tribble. ,4
rites were pronounced at the ,
crate plants that were planted in the Mr. and Mrs. G. Klink, of Aurora, they visit they call on the chief of singer who was advertised to appear ,
by a delegation from the local Johnson, L. H. Hoover, Charles Hlg- Io 1
grave south 111 several here. for like While with the speaker did not arrive.
park plot by .the Kissimmee are spending weeks police the purpose. ',
lodge. The interment was at Rose ginbotham, Blackburn, flyer, E. C. '
Civic League, but appreciated not t They are ",stopping at the Whoolery here they secured the signature of E. '
Hill. The funeral was attended by a I Absent.A Duzenbury, G. C. Bryan, A. R. Wrenn 4'
their significance. lie felt sad and 1 (louse.F. T. Hitchcock and left on the morning s
large number who took the last : Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, Mrs. ,
lonely and concluded the "milky way" A. Lahman, of Annawan III, of the 29th to report to the chief of very prominent man recently. $
C. A. Carson Mrs. J. M. Bryan. !{
chance ,
to tribute to this good 1 I h
pay had become no place for him. is spending the winter in Davenport,. police at Kissimmee. A I'l'cl1liluityabout died and shortly after a friend of the

man.. So back to the woods he attemptedto 1 i looking after his grove interest hire.i this ride, there is no wager family came to condole with the ., '
"If New York waiters murmur
wend hip way, but before he could i i The fine new residence of C. C. connected with it. They are making widow. J
CARD OF THANKS.We something about 'cheap skates' when T
accomplish his object he was gatheredin Farmer, resident manager of the Florida expenses along the road. Tho Mas- The caller had been a very warm .
of half dollar
of them
one gets a tip a
take this means of thanking the by our vigilant deputy city mar- i Development Co., is nearing com- cotts say that Davenport made quite; friend of the deceased, and'as he was of
for
I serving a party three, why '
many friends and neighbors who so shall and was deported to the old citypound. pletion. This is a beautiful new a hit with them for the size and the about to depart he asked: "
not save the half dollar? asks the
lovingly and for HO long contributedto 1| home located on Bay street extension courtesy of the citizens which were "Did Will leave you much?" 'r
Boston Globe. No good reason why } ''
the comfort of Mildred, in her sick May this be the last bovine curiosityseen : near Lake Davenport. shown them which they appreciated "Oh, yes, indeed," responded the not-unless another visit to that' res- -I

ness. We cannot find words to half on our streets. I Rev. A. C Koser of Topeka, Kan.,,, very much and in the course of eight widow, "nearly every night.Harper's is contemplated.Chattanooga
taurant
express our thankfulness to you all. QUILL. who owns property in this colony, i is I tr ten years the Mascotts would not Bazaar. Times., '


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a ? PDbL18I I .'EVERY' FRIDA4..OFFICE! IN VAlljST GAZETTE I tnt.DINa \ YOUNG-} JOHN Dv ROCKEFELLER is not a chip of the: old block,,,for

;, .: '. XI88IUMBE1.; OSCBOLA.' COUNTT. FLORIDA. LULU HAYES LAWRENCE,, which let-u be, thankful. He.is i a serious young person who! appears. to be I
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W: 'B. HARRIS, .... Publisher. J. 'II. 'REESE .. .. Editor The Orlando Reporter-Star 'is fortunate in having 'Mrs.' Lulu much/ interested in the ,welfare of his fellow man., "
"...:..... .. ,. Mrs. Lawrence never writes except en- which inveiti-
. : I -- :'; Hayes Lawrence on its staff. Young Rockefeller served on a grand jury undertopk'an

SUBSCRIPTION: RATEB'oa.: I copy, 'one Yearr.......____::___._._. ...:U.U ., well informed, active and alert: daring but not"flight" gation of the, white'lave,traffie in JSew York* :The d disclosureslfrom.,in-v l
_ . 0..PY.. .t xraonth.,u-....-.....' ;T>' 'n.' opy..,th..e"montb..' '- -- ,..0 ILugVbut; dot'prosaic. "She"once had charge of the'societyand vestigation led him to organize 'a permanent movement to lift up the fallen.
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All communications,,except from, our authorised correspondent' *. must belmd household department of,the afternoon paper in Jacksonville TTiii movement has been centralized and christened with the name' of the' Bureau,
,by the writer.,. during that period that particular paper enjoyed a hey-day of popularity of(: Social l ,Hyg ne: Mr. Rockefeller has) issued l a prospectus of the 'work
Rejected IlUl.tt..wUt; not be returned unless called (or. recently returned fron .,
"" *l- WI *HB MAc flMMMHMM M rtlf < **Hf. Hll** IT I never before experienced. Mrs. Lawrence which it is hoped to accomplish through the energies ,of this bureau. It may ,
in writingher
Entered at, the Post.fflee In Ktwlmmee.! Florida a* .econd! -clan mall .matter.. ,a journey: abroad,, which was spent in aight-aeeing. ; and be saidto, .his credit.that he is"an,adive.member of'the: .bureau and is not '
.;...,...?... ,,. i ,,., .....___.-.- -.L-M. -t-3-J'.c.i_"i--= ._ i Orlando i paper. These article were not of the :
,W' impressions for the of old merely 6nancing the foundation for.others to do the work. In this part of the,
FRIDAY JANIJAARY] 31, 1913. hackneyed, guide-book type, but were sprightly pen picture world' we know little or nothing'of the needs (or such a bureau, but in the i
,, Mr,. Lawrence
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scenes presented in a metropolitan centers ,it i iS different All credit to Mr. Rockefeller.. His example -*
.......... ':t does local work on"'the Reporter-Star and has recently inaugurated' !a to other young millionaires is most wholesome.
ronlnbuting ,matter that will
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cow FLORIDA MOURNS THE DEATH OF AN EDUCATOR AND. EDITOR ', {
1 JOE HUGH REESE WHOSE LIFE WAS AN WORTHY EXAMPLE :, j I
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,1 Jt OLD MAN! ON THE BRINK OF THE GRAVE GENERAL :
EVERGLADES I POOR HATER. FACES DISASTER AND DISGRACEThe The announcement of the death of W. B. Hare in Jacksonville Thursday
THE OBLIGATION OF THE STATE TO DRAIN THE ; SICKLES, SOUTH I
i MAJOR WRIGHT WRITES A VALUABLE PAMPHLET night of last week carried a shock to all and sorrow to the.hearts of many. ,

I newspapers told a pathetic story Sunday, a story of real life, Yet. Mr. Hare was editor of the DeSoto County News a paper long recognize ft!k

t MAJOR J. O. WRIGHT has --written and is now distributing a pamphlet colorful enough to have been taken from the pages of a romance.At as one of the strongest in ,the Slate. He was also superintendent; of the public !t

entitled "The Everglades of Florida." Major Wright wa Chief Drainage (the age of eighty-eight. General Daniel E. Sickles sat alone in his Fifth schools of his county and had gained distinction as an educator quite equal ",

Engineer in charge of the Everglades drainage work until December when hem avenue home in New York City awaiting the arrival of an officer bearing a to the standing he had achieved as editor. It is not often that one man does ; s

.. resigned on account of the political muddle that had grown up about the en- warrant for his arrest on the charge of misappropriating a large sum of money more than one big thing well but in this respect, as well as in others, the deceased .

terprise in which he figured as a central object of attack. entrusted to him as chairman of the New York Monument C9mmission. : was unusual. The testimony of those who knew him best including

t The former Chief Drainage Engineer is undoubtedly well qualified to write The desolation of the aged soldier was complete. Oqly;> an old negro retainer his competitors proclaim him to have possessed a strong spirit mellowed by the ,j

about the Everglades. For the past six years he was intimately concerned. attended him in this hour of severe trial. Sitting there amid his rare I influences of a beautiful Christian faith. 'Ii

t with all the problems connected with the drainage and reclamation work. The collections of war relics it is reasonable to conjecture that he spanned with swift I We shall miss his editorial counsels and the entertaining\ chapters of political :"i

," only actual survey of the territory was conducted under his supervision, and men-tal calipers his long career ,of activity, filled with such febrile happeningsas reminiscences that he was wont at times to write. The Gazette wishes I..4.

t the'ereater part of the work was inaugurated by him as the engineer in charge. come into the lives of but few. ( to be counted among his friends, by those who are bereft in his death. '

4 ''" It is fortunate that Major Wright should have taken the pains and expense He combined the iron of the warrior with the milk and cider temperamentof I -' -- - -- _= ---= == ,'J

I of publishing this pamphlet for the contribution n one of uncommon I the troubadour; his affections were lashed to surging furies by jealousy and I GIVE I College boys-Albert Bearden, Harrin ,.

,I merit. Reams of literature have been published on the Everglades but no his obstinate temper made unhappiness his lot and forgiveness impossible. AMATEURS TO Downing., Clarence Johnson, Bob I i'
It Bullock.
one has presented so clearly and concisely the entire range of the subjecr. Twice married, he espoused first the affections of an Italian musician's PLAY MONDAY NIGHT College girls-Florence Canning !(.j
should have eliminated from the work any Jeannette Lewis )1'0:;
does honor to the writer that he Margaret Preble, ,
and shot United States district to death in Washington
daughter, a attorney .
Sarah Annah Fowler Anna I '
and should have denied himself the oppor- Mary
v' suggestion of personal grievance because of the latter's unwarranted attentions to her. Next he married the Lewis, Violet Bullock, Beatrice Mu.d:
assaunted his professional WILL HE SCENE OF
tunity to reply to the critics who so venomously I'ASTIME cat.
and this also and
daughter of a Spanish nobleman, venture proved unhappy, PRESENTED
BE
the and OPERETTA TO MUSIC
reference to controversy
incidental
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standing. There is only the most resulted in. an estrangement that has never been reconciled. The fidelity of in LOCAL TALENT."The Piano _? -__- -Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon I .'.
this comes in as an essential part of f the story lie says : liis. last wife to him. in spite of separation; was made apparent, however when Violin ___ _______________Miss Blake I'
'When the drainage was commenced, the public had but little confidence Pennant," is the title of a Ih'c ACT I. ;I, .
f a in the success; of the undertaking, and it was difficult to sell the land at any she went the length of parting with her private fortune and 'selling her jewels to be presented! ut the Pastime Kah-Hah Boys. ____--__Chorus .:
The Trustees however finally succeeded in selling about 700,000acres to help him out of financial difficulties. The sacrifice, though noble and com ly operetta We'll Stand by Captain Jack._ -
price. Monday evening( for the benefit I I _________ ___ ____Boy's Chorus
When pending suits which had been brought enough to the hand of the law and the veteran in the end
at $1.25 to $2.00 per acre. plete, was not stay : of the paving fund of the Episcopal You'll Hear Right Smart from
j against the Trustees to restrain/ the collection of the drainage tax were dIsmissed was left to meet face to face and unsupported the gaunt spectre of debt that I thunh. The ladies of the church are i Verdant Green un______ Green
r and a contract for the excavation of 184 miles of drainage canal was bad haunted him for years. responsible for the enterprise of I The Girl; with the Boyish Ways__Trio>
the Everglade land advanced to $12.00 to I RahRahRahGreen ndChorus
let to responsible firm,
f4" a price location. It then seemed that the Trustees When the War of Secession began it was he with that open handed magnificence planning the entertainment and rehearsing I Pennant Chorus ___ nh_ Chorus
\ $20.00 per acre according to I the play The members of the Tell Me, Doris ___________ _____Jack .t
needed that the glint of regal splendor to the who
; }j would have no difficulty whatever in raISing the money that would be gives past generation I I cast have worked hard and with Rood I Answer ______ __ _, ___ _______ Doris I
rya; to reclaim,all the land in the drainage district. This, however was' not the raised and equipped at his own expense five regiments of volunteers and led results, and a rare evening is guaranteed I'm Attending Strictly" to Business
seemed have been and I __ _ _ _ __ ___
"' case. Just when all the difficulties to met overcome one of them as colonel to the front. He was no sunshine patriot or summer all who patronize the Pastime h n Levi Lender
within and without the State that opposed to i Finale. '
a powerful interest both was soldier. He managed to get into most of the big battles and wound up at'' Monday evening.; A synopsis of the ACT II. i
the drainage, set out to injure or destroy the project by circulating false and I
'i i operetta and a cast of the characters Twinkle I Twinkle Little
Gettysburg with one leg less than he started with. General Grant as President ,
", malicious reports concerning the character of the land and the efficiency of I : _Candle.Chorus L
r the work being done. The old adage-"a lie travels faster than the truth"was tent him as Minister to Spain and it was there that he met and married his iv given belqw SYNOPSIS: Be Still.O Heart _. __ ____ ___ Doris "1-

. \ more than verified in this instance. Within a very few months it was pro- present wife. Having been born to wealth and lived in ease, he was unable i Levi i Lender, a Jewish pawn broker, I Come, Let's Away --__Doris A: Jack '
claimed throughout the country that the Everglades was nothing but worthless to holdhis own with the commercial jackals of the day, and he found himself offers to finance Lord Would-be-rich, '' The Kiddo and Widow ..Green A: .
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peat and the d.ainage.waa a failure. The effect of these false and pernicious I an impecunious English nobleman, _Mrs GrassWe've
the of the currents.of necessity. Lost Our ____ :
anon at mercy who is endeavoring to win the hand. Chaperone
and the demand for I
reports created distrust in the minds of the public impaired _
3 He remained the implacable of the South and was given now and and fortune of Doris Bond. Mrs. hun_ Double Sextette :
9 land. These unwarranted attack have jeopardized the enemy
Everglade resourcesof I Bond is jubilant at the idea of improving My Daughter Is to Marry a Peer t\\i
the Trustees, and will no doubt retard the completion of the drainage work. again to public utterances which showed his unbending spirit and impetuous her position in society by be- ___ _______ ___Mrs. Bond Ii
"Although a lie travels faster than the truth, it is not so enduring. In the nature. But now that he is broken and bitter deserted and desolate, hamstrungand I coming the mother-in-law of an Earl.! I'm a Self Made Business Man u "
the will Mr. Bond, self-made businessman 1 -_____-. ____________--Mr. Bond ;tj f
of few these false statements concerning Evexglades a
course a "
years heartbroken there is not one who would not drop a tear for him. Poor Finale. t !
have been disproved and public confidence fully restored. It is a remarkablefact rebels, preferring a rising young '
old man I What a monumental mistake his life has been. American to an impecunious .,English ; .
that practically all the derogatory statements relating to the character of + I Lord. Doris herself who is in love ROMA THOMAS PLACE
the Everglades and''the plan of reclaiming them have been made by persons ---- -- with Jack Lawson, the captain of the BOUGHT'BY DONEGAN :
who have no personal knowledge of existing conditions. These criticisms are football team, refuses the proposal of .'
.. based on :vague rumors and "hearsay evidence." that would not be accepted OSCAR UNDERWOOD. MEASURES SQUARE WITH THE DEMO. i the Lord and suggests an elopment. Arthur E. Donegan has bought. the
s. in any' 5uft inquiry. These false and misleading statements, that have beenso CRATIC PRINCIPLE. A TARIFF FOR REVENUE ONLYWE : He is assisted by Verdant Green, the Roma Thomas place which' was .
college freshman, who palms off Mrs. bought last week by R. D. Waring
assiduously circulated, are the creatures of an inexcusable ignorance or
Reno Grass, a recent graduate of the 't.
else, they have been circulated with malicious intent bt for personal gain. HAVE A DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS; and a Democratic President, divorce courts, on the Earl, who never from Mr,:,Thomas. The lot.la< ,one of

'' Thus ,without the exhibition, of ill temper or desire to be avenged. Major and Florida i is a Democratic State. The Ways and Means Committee of the having seem. Doris, is easily'deceived the most desirable in the down town '
; until after the elopement, when Mrs. district The consideration was
a Wright has stated the matter fairly and squarely. Elsewhere he discusses the House has been having hearings on the proposed reduction of the tariff duties. Reno Grass shows decided preference about (5,000.

obligation of the State to drain the' area. This burden he claims, must 'be The representative of one of Florida's protected industries appeared beforethe for Verdant Green. Levi Lender, whois "

borne by the land to be reclaimed under the terms of the Federal grant. committee last week. He pleaded for the retention of the present tariff. I always," has "tending just succeeded strictly in to convincing business -- 0 0000000000000 . .. .. 1\\ ,:

K i While thiS is known to be true, it does, not necessarily prevent the Trustees Oscar Underwood who Was assaulted as a reactionary told our Florida citrus Mr. Bond of the necessity of hav- LOOKS ANXIOUSLY ,",

from taking steps to finance the proposition, for ready money is needed. In fruit representative that he was contending for a prohibitive and not a com- ;I, ing when an the English lovers Lord return in and the are family forgiven -, C FOR TilE GAZETTE I 14.;

all events, even in the case of a bond issue, the burden would fall on the land petitive tariff. Mr. Underwood held the present*tariff to be prohibitive.It and all are happy "in the final 0 4228 Fifth Av., PittsburB, Pa. ),

for that provision would have to be made, and the land is amply rich to. stand is stating only a recognized fact that Florida producers would like to I end." CAST OF CHARACTERSJack C Kissimmee Valley Gazette + 1'1
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t 'a the ,cost of its own redemption. see the present duties retained. The issue in the last campaign was against a Lawson _ Chauncy Hawthorne find check for $1.50 for renewal ,;.

tf Jn concluding the first part of his pamphlet the writer says: "I have protective tariff, and the Democrats won on that issue. Vet there has not beena Lord Woodby RichFred Jenkins of your weekly paper. Have enjoyed + ;'
Levi Lender _______ _
;: ' studied the reclamation and settlement of the Everglades from all view points, Florida congressman nor a Florida newspaper, to take a stand against the Verdant Green ____ _-_-_ _Tony Dr. Simpson Rogero reading it so much that I o .;

.& and an fully convinced that within a score of years it will be one of the most already evident determination to stand by the duties fixed under a Republican Jeremiah Bond ___u_- _Chas. Jessup look for it anxiously every Mono j
Bennie Owen ___ _Leroy Kulp Thanks for the o .
day morning.
productive in the United States. u u u '
areas policy of protection.It '. Tom Mason ___ __ __ __ Russell Cole 0 t. ,
the
it has afforded ,
li The second part is devoted to a discussion of the adaptability of the is begging the question to say that if other States are going in for protection Bob Harding ___________Joe Butler C pleasure me o";
lip Doris Bond __________Lillian Harris past year. .:
Everglades to the growth of sugar cane. In this connection he says that thereare that we should do the same thing. Other States are looking to Florida Mrs. Jeremiah Bond __Ariadne Preble Respectfully yours, .\"

two million acres of land in the Everglades and adjacent thereto that are just as Florida is looking to other States. There will never be a downward Mrs. Reno Grass _.Mrs. W J. S. Carr < ANNIE J. PARCELS ,:

especially adapted for this He calculates productivity of revision of the tariff to a competitive basis until our representative and newspapers Daisy Sweet _____ Margaret Preble O ''
# crop. a thirty tons Maude ______ ___
Young Ifelen Jones
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k to the acre, or a possible revenue of one hundred and eighty millions a year have the courage to stand firmly by the Democratic preachments and .1

IS which is more than twenty, times the value of the greatest citrus crop ever proM principles. The Democratic administration will be a failure if it does not keepits

; duced in the State. The figures are not haphazard, but are carefully arrivedat covenants with the people.It .

based on actual experiments. Major Wright has contributed a work of is good to see that Oscar Underwood is showing that same type of fine PASTIME .THEATER

,l value, to the Stale in his pamphlet, which we hope to see duly appreciated. courage that he did when he voted to reduce the tariff on iron while. hailing

from an iron producing district .
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t. JACKSONVILLE WILL HAVE MUNICIPAL DOCKS AT AN ENORMOUS
COST; SMALLER CITIES TAKE WARNING. PARCEL POST SAVES THE PEOPLE MORE THAN HALF A MIL- THURSDAY FEB. 8
r, LION IN FIRST TWELVE DAYS OF ITS OPERATIONIT ,

Jacksonville last week voted for city docks and a bond issue of a million
j "and a half to build them. If Jacksonville had taken the necessary step ten IS A REFLECTION on our Congress that the interests of the express

.. yean ago she might have had municipal docks at this time without any considerable companies should have been able to delay the introduction of the parcel post

cost Younger cities with water front on navigable bodies of water for such a long term of years. It becomes apparent now that it was the lobby THE MOST TALKED ABOUT i

: should take a lesson from Jacksonville's experience, and get hold of all the maintained by the interests affected that kept back the passage of the measure. PLAY ON THE STAGE' .

water front that is needed for future development It is observed; incidentally, While such _a contention was made from time to time by those who espousedit

.' that Claude L'Engle's' paper. Dixie, claims the credit of stirring up the munici- ,. the people were hard to convince. The :6, '

pal dock question in Jacksonville. Dixie should have all the credit coming to A few days ago Senator Jonathan Bourne, author of the parcel post law,

\ it, but we wonder if it is to be credited with the organization of the Dock introduced some figures gathered from the leading cities showing that betweenthe

Commission with Walter Corbett as chairman ,and Phil Dell Cassidey as secre first and fifteenth of the month including twelve working days, that up- : from x

.' tary. What's that. ? wards of five million packages had been ftandled at an average cost of 7.7 GIRL
ii'" of'- 00o cents for each package. Remembering that the minimum charge of the express -

.t r t No doubt remains now that the times are progressive--Savannah has in- companies is twenty-five cents, the saving even for this brief period, 1

; : .l.rfgurated a progressive mayor and abolished the secret caucus system of amounts to more than half a million dollars. RECTOR'SPrices [

a --legislating;: which the city council has held to for'many years They have at If the people could have realized what a saving the parcel post would

,s "' 'J *come to the conclusion in Savannah that the publics business 'should be bring them it is certain they would have urged their representatives to work II

'':transacted: in public. Strange how-,'lonjl it takes some communities to recognize for its establishment Now that they have it they would'nt be without it. So it I of ,

A-' b a fundamental. tenet of demo racy. is with a good many needed reforms. I
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THE-- M ,hAft"lL: TE" :Mr;'&ft4'Ktl. .t;,8.: .Hl,. of 'Illinois, Iiw B..,},9tubbl.fl.111, hbipp.d': bit P. A VansAgnew returnedy.ster{ ,Raws: ;: D'gberti'i;:' [ subject for'themorning I +< \ '. "'
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are:' occupying; their cottage' for the household goods to Bartowwhere he day-'from'' 4 business trip 'tq, Jackson* service at,: the, Methodist "

Every Friday,- By l I seaeen., : will .make ;hb. home in future. He villa. church' next:Sunday is "Divine, An .
W. HARRIS.., .s connected 'with the Wright drugstore % notating"; evening "A 'Greater Thing VOTES: FOR: '
Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Cook of Port- Mrs. J,' R. Holt and little daughterare "" ,
.in thatthriiing town. )lr, and than Praising the Dead. ,.
land, Maine,, are the'gue.t.. at thi Irs.' Stubblefleld have many friends &'IIelt. at the home of Rev, and

home of. Mrs C. V. Bearden. Mr. in Kissimmee who regret their departure Mrs.. ,A; J. Holt, Mrs. Harry 'Roeero ,and two litttle
Weather Report
Bryan' of Jacksonville,, is also stopping -' but the Warmest wishes for .Mrs. Mattle. Prevail..Byrd,_of J Cody. one arrived in the city last night WOMEN' ? p
at ., Bearden's. from St.
Mrs been
Augustine'having called
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their welfare accompany them in 'their !is visiting her parents; Mr. and Mrs:
to ,the,bedside_of.her.brother. Earl .
Following the dally teno-' : William"" K Sargent 'and 'family, -of new 1 0me.- tt. F; Prevatt. >
Lupfer, who has been, quite, ill for
peratures and precipitation: as ; Nebraska, have arrived In the'] city. S. B: Aultman: and N. R., :Patterson C-oi... Andrew Johnson and Attorney several days., CONTEST NOW ON
the Gonrnment'.tatlon and
reported by > expect to make Kisaimmee their :
went out Monday, and brought back R. G.., Johnston have been'attending
at Klssimmee for the Mr. and Mrs. C. '.'
home, "Mr. Sargent has been reading A. Carson motoredto
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two deer. They 'rather proud !
were court
circuit in; Orlando this week. 1
week ending Jan. 80. 1912.: the Valley Gazette the past .three over their success, It is not usual Ashton Saturday evening' and were Registration r Free. ,

,MAX. ....' .... months... .- -, for.hunters to have such good luck in ';.Dickerson: ..left, this- .week for among:. the; gorstsat \the Runnymede '.'t-

Friday .H,. ,., ''83 65 'r", )Mrs. Belle Fletcher, of Forsythe. a single. day. Mr;. Patterson (ts from Fitzgerald. Ga., where he will' be Join- hotel for supper. The'Runnymede is Everybody l} Eligible .
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Kentucky and is making the most of ed by his son and together'they,will enjoying a prosperous season, the capacity -
Saturday.. 84 ,66 Ca. is, ,her .
,,* ) ..y visiting sister, Mrs. M. J. "
v, unday.:,.?. ,, '82 66)' .",,. Sears, and her:.nephew'W.J.; ; .. SeArs.; his outing tIn Florida, and Mr. ,Ault.man attend Mardi Gras at New ,Orleans. of the house_ being taxed .$3.00 BOX OF, ..

Mondaf.H. ,.s "76.68; 13Tuesday.VMJU.S Mrs. Effie'McCowan, of Forsythe, and fa doing" his best "show" him a r :Fred Hill, son of Mr. 'and Mrs! F. ::11. N.: Braton returned home yesterdayfroma.Jt -,

.'6 .52 'JiA.:. Mrti.QussIe,, G.reeiwof JPavolGa.arealso -good- .-! -time-:-......... _.. W..UIU-of: ...Narcoosseer and student >ualn...trip-through- CHOCOLATECANDY. _... -

Wednesday. 67 45 1 guests of Mrs. 'Sears. j.Fred'ryaiit': who came to Florida at the University of Florida, has'been Ohio,. Illinois, Indiana' and Missouri. '

Thursday..w, 75 42 ;. I Tax Collector C. L. Bandy took a about six years ago: is missing and his visiting his' parents for the week.J. He encountered some''cold weather; ,

+ ..... ... ... ..... few' days off last week, and attendedthe relatives in Ohio would like to receive E. Ward, special agent for .thq to while get away back and to the states land that of.sunshine.M. he is glad. I -FREE't' .L ii
information that would': lead to
Grand of, in any \
Lodge Masons Jacksonville. leading fire insurance companies, was
-I-u I I I I I I U I I i hlL lie .had 'an,enjoyable; time, finding hiM A letter received by the In Kissimmee' Thursday, calling on Tiller left yesterday for Jack- i We will, positively\ give away ; : '

the few of editor of the Gazettefrom R. W. Me representatives a '3.00 box of tine candy ,Friday ,
days recreation proving an the of his .companies sonville'where he will meet.hla mother I ',,
THE LOCAL FIELD i ; agreeable change from office routine.; ntlre, Weaver Station, Ohio, gives here. and sister, Mrs. V. A. 'Tiller and I February' 7th,; at 3:30: P. ."'.,. I I II r
the following description: Black hair, .
; Capt. and, Mrs. H. M.. Breaker have brown> eyes, height 6 feet, 6 Inches; Mrs. Mary J. Hinton and' her daugh- Miss' Mamie' Tiller, of Chattanooga, I M., and every Friday' thereafter -, '

H as their house guests,Mr. and Mrs. J. weight, 136 pound ters, Misses Lucile and 'Grace, are Tenn., who are coming to spend the I! till 4'I '
winter with him.
pits-for your feet add your purseat A. Barclay, of Sioux City, ]a., Mrs. J. I .guests for the winter at the home of I CONTEST CLOSES i r. i.

F. H. Lawaon'B. 6-lt D. Eagar and her daughters,) Misses Mr. and 'Mrs. Nick Thomes, of Arlington I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilder. The ll n- President H. Clay Stanford of the 1 It's :worth .while to investi i i ,-

Mary and Sarah Louise and Miss Gus- Minn., were in Kissimmee tons are from Hinton, W. Va. local Board of Trade 'received an invitation i gate, we make no idle promises ''t
W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- lie Barefleld, of Lookdut Mountain, the; firllt'of the week, having come to' }
Dr. W. W. Carson has let the Thursday to attend a celebration at ,
erg, the tree people. 40-U Tenn. inspect a farm that Mr. Thomes contract .
for the erection' nt. a handsome meeting of_theArcadialioard '
bought some time They were -
Ira Bass and Miss Margaret Bass Among the guests at the home of well pleased with the ago.purchase, and six-room cottage to be erected on the of Trade, und address that boll.President ; i j.. WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S i'

spent Sunday In Tampa.: Mrs. E. L. Westfall, on Mabbette regretted that they had not made arrangements lot opposite the Baptist church, cor- Stanford had ,beun urging I .,

those Coat street, are Mr. and Mrs.. A. H. Mc to remain longer. They ner of Sproule avenue and Church the Ariidia Hot id to join the State i ''
pretty
Suits Have an you StanfordsT seen 60-tf Fadden, Miss Jessie McFadden, Mr. returned Tuesday,' but expect to become street. J.: IU Smith is the contractor. .Charmsr fit (Commerce, and ho was e\ I -:

Hannon McFadden, and Mr. Harvey pected to tell them .more about it. I t
winter residents.
11. C. Stanford Co. now have the King of Brooksville, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. regular Misses Ruby Ellis and i Marietta Pkoii250. --' Quick DeliTiry
agency for the famous Happgrade ; Pfann went to Lakeland Thursday to R. W. Cobb and wife left this morning < -.
60-U<> W. F. Burdick, of Flint, Mich. Leaving Kissimmee on the steamer \,
overalls. take in musicale. This for Pensacola to visit' Mr. Cobb'ssister. 4
part a recogni-
Lillie Capt. If. Clay Johnson, a hunt-
Special sale on all silks. Cut from Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Triplett, of Nar- Ing party composed of H. R. Goforth, tion of Kissimmee talent is a compliment This is the first vacation Mr. : : i
Next 10 II. in Kissimmee. which the friends of the Cobb has taken for a long time, and r
26 to 40 per cent. days. coossee, spent Wednesday J. E. Hickman and Dr. D. H. Williams, yonug are expert and play anything from
C Stanford Co. M-tf Mr. Triplett has one of the of Knoxville, are having a two week's ladies take much pleasure in. he is prepared to enjoy it thoroughly. rag to classical selections with equal qi
finest citrus fruit in the state Ills presence at the Roberson drug ..
groves ease and facility
M. Lee is visiting her hunt in the region of Lake Okeechobe ,
Mrs. John Olin Sibert, who U a student at
It is heavily fruited and he sold the store will be missed but his friendsare
daughter, Mrs. Malcom Waring, in and intervening points. This is Southern college at Sutherland, 'is at "
crop on the trees at a fine figure. He wishing a mighty good time for,, "GIRL FROM RECTOR'S"Manager
Lakeland.Mrs. the twelfth season that these gentlemen the home of his parents, Rev. and
him. Woodbeck has secured '
has just begun to have It shipped.
have made the trip, and they -
Mrs. J. D. Sibert, having been forcedto
of the season's "The
left to one best offerings
Lillian Nail Tuesday
Fla. and J. C. Gordon and wife are stopping were in fine spirits when they left relinquish his studies for the timeon Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Funk and Mr. J. Girl from feectorV* to play an en- i
visit relatives in Pensacola, ,
Miss. at the Osceola hotel. Mr. Gordon is in anticipation of the excitement: of account of illness. I T. Dillon, of Ohio, are visitors to Kis gagement at the Pastime Theater,

Kichton, a commercial salesman, and will make the chase, having experienced some simmee, being 'the guests of Mr. Thursday, February 6th. .

Capt. D. G. Francis is having a his headquarters in Kissimmee during fine hunts during their previous visitsto Prominent among the guests of the Charles FunkK on East Lake. The This show has played over a one solid :
week at the Central John W.
pleasant outing at DeLand Orange the winter, which is equivalent to Florida.A were Beverly paper contained the following year at Weber and Fields Music Hall
Wideman, DeLand W. H. Baker, Savannah
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and saying pleasant things about notice of their departure: "Dr. and .
City Daytona. many of Dr. where it created a veritable furore. .
hunting party composed G. H. Baker. Kissimmee
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the town. Mrs. II. H. Funk, and Mr. J. T. Dillon ,
the
of this attraction Jour-
Among the season's .guests at Mrs. E: W. Beebe and Ira Lorenz, of Mil- Park; F. M. Brunn, St. Cloud; P. M. Speaking ,.
of Lowell, left this (Thursday) nal says: "The theater held the u t
D. A. Hilton's are Mr. and Mrs. Allenof The Park hotel has a commercial waukee, Henry Middleton and Mr. Henderson, Lakeland; Emil Graf and :
morning for Florida where they will '
Kentucky, and Miss Courtner of sample room now which has been Whitbeck, of Princeton, 111., F. N. wife, St. Cloud; J. T. Boyd, Macon; largest audience 'of the season last ,4
(maha. provided for by Manager Law, who Pettigrew, of Fox Lake, Wis., and W. C. T. Peters, A. Roderick, Jackson- spend the remaining winter months night to see "The Girl from Rectors," .
beneath the balmy skies of the Peninsular -
there l left when the
assumed charge of the hotel last week. B. Harris, of Kissimmee, returned ville; L. H. Turner) Tampa. being nothing
Cap and Mra. J. M. Gardner haveax This will prove an attractive featurefor Monday from a week's hunt in the State. The party will leave (Cincinnati .Curtain rose but standing room. And;

guests at their home Mr. and Mrs. the traveling men. The Park I II I region about the headwaters of the _In n a n match mun game played on___ the_,__ Thursday evening over the ladles vied-with men In gaining' enterance -

Nelson, of South Dakota and Mr. R.H. the only hotel in town that\ has one.; St. Johns river, in' Brevard county, home grounds Saturday afternoon the Queen and Crescent, arriving at Kis into the theater to se theplay ,

Waldrop, of Birmingham. and in the east central portion of Os basket ball team of the Osceola High simmee, Florida, Saturday, where they ; ,

The awning In front of the State ceola. They had a fine time and School defeated the Sanford team bya have engaged a comfortable cottageand One of the best cacts of the season ,

Mrs. Lillian G. Magill, Palmist and bank building has been extended the mall game was numerous enough, but score of 21 to 19. Beuter and Bullock where the hunting and fishing : appears In'the "Girl' from Rectors.? ,> e

C irvoyant, located at the Central entire length of the Darlington avenue they failed to bag big what did the strong work for the home are exceptionally good. Messrs.. Naturally the best ''would be saved" '
any game
I, h\:%1, room No. 7. Past, present and side and the whole of the awn- ever. In this they were disappointed, team. The Kissimmee boys will playin Funft: and Dillon have wintered in Kis up for the "Girl from Rectors." She-- 1

f future told. Charges $1.00 6-ltpd ing and front of the bank is receiving but upon the "whole were pretty well Sanford Feb. 8. simmee before and pronounce the was the embodiment of just what the .

Kissimmee Auto Garage .and Machine a coat of paint, all of which adds satisfied. town an ideal resort, delightfully located author wanted She has a beauty. ,

Company will do anything in much to the appearance of the build Among the gUests registered at the near wood and stream, where marked beauty, too, roguish' eye, a- ..... ..
of machine work for you for ing. The market partnership which existed Graystone are C. H. Rivers, W. A. the '.rigors 'of our northern winters bright: winning smile, a figure divine ' '
lathe Anderson, H. A. Mooney, J. L. Joyce, "
unknown. Bon .
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other for the past seven months between voyage. and a personality that charming. t
and all ma-
automobiles, boats, There was an error lp Tax Collect- of Jacksonville; J. D. O'Hern, Tampa ., ,. .
and while ahes
15tf. Henry T. Bass and Joel Tales Her work was artistic '
chinery.: or Bandy's notice as printed.in Jan. has been by mutual agreement dis ; A.. Rosenberg: and wife, Jackson- The Firemen's hall has been the overlooked no 'opportunity to be be-< fir

Miss Helen Canning, who Is attending 17th issue of the> Valley Gazette. The solved. Mr: J. M. Yates' purchased ville; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sands, De r scene of several dances this, week, witching 'or look naughtily; the sting
Orlando last_ day for paying poll tax for the Land; Miss Helen Foote, Daytona; he Mexican Marimba Band, which .
the Cathedral School in "he interest of Mr. Bass and succeeds was gone in her capable hands. And .,; ,. I c
'spent Ltt. week end with her Parentsin city: election is February 8. City to the business. Mr. Yates has been Mrsj l. H. ''Fe.nton, New York; Oscar bas been filling an engagement at the the audience left the theater after''':' '. ..it.;j;" i .
to Orlando Clerk Gilbert I. holding the registration Kulman,; Savannah} G; A., Barton, Pastime theater, furnishing tha rcusic.londay 'l'' '.I ". -
Kissimmee, returning. connected with this market for eight having laughed themselves \\ind.i 'f/ ,,; !. ,
books open. All voters are urged Tallapoosa, Ga.; J. L., O'Berry, Tampa evening the young men ten. ''been .
have ,
Tuesday.. I or> .ten years and is well and favorably Special prices arranged J. ; ,
.... I .to register and pay the.' poll tax., known by' everybody. Much of its ;' C. H. Gross- wife, and daughter, dared the young ladies, a"dance, and for,this day and date only.NOTICE. ., ,, ", ,!'f.'f! $ !wtoi':" /': '
better few as good : King la. William C. McClure '
None DesMoines, ; Wednesday. the young'ladies returned v
former has been because of
wife of success
and
O. F. Edwards
and Julia Marlowe shoes: Oblong, Peoria J. L.; Price Fort Worth Tex. '
Quality ; ; the compliment. paying for the, ,
III., are recent arrivals in Kis his untiring labor to see it kept up to J V1ft
Other kinds .if you want them, for simmee,among and will remain for the win- the full standard! in every particular. J. W. Lawler, Lakeland; F. E. music. Thursday the Firemen's Association To the Tax Payers of Osceola 1 County:

house, work, or dressy wear. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards spent lie: takes over all the assets and liabilities Bridges, Ocala, and J. L. Lawrence, gave a dance. The marimbaIs I will be at the following voting precincts "

6-u F. II. Lawson.Mr. several winters here in former of the partnership. Mr. Henry Tampa. a novel instrument, although it Js on dates named below, for the yrpurpose
years one of the oldest known on this con receiving returns of taxes. .
and Mrs. 1. R. Farmer are entertaining and made many friends who are extending T. Bass will devote his time entirely The guests at the Park hotel include -
tinent. It was invented by the As- both real and personal:
at their home Mr. and Mrs. them a cordial welcome. Theyare I to his cattle interests. the following: Henry Pratt, '''I
tecs and is than three hundred No. 't
more Shingle' Creek, February) 10.
;
Thornton, of Nebraska, Mrs. Whiteof stopping with Mrs. E. O.. Tatman Armada, Mich.; Andrew Mart Armada -
Mrs. Fred R. has old. It is constructed entirely No. Campbell Station.f4 12.
Stephenson recently years ;
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Tampa, and the elder Mrs. Farmerof in North Kissinumee. Mich.; G. R Divelbiss, Keats, ,
Georgia.Rev. sold and shipped two pretty Iowa; Mrs. Kate"L. Boarder, Ashland, of wood, the key board being of ant No. 4-Si. Cloud, 14?.. '

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Buchanon, of Chihuahua dogs to purchasers in.. Ky.; Paul l C. Goddard, Woodbine, Ia.: wood and the vertical sounding boxes No. !6)-..Crab Grass 18"- ',

A. M. Chlsholm will preach at Smith Center, Kans., called at the Gazette Pittsfield, Mass., and another to New P. O. II. Hubler, Woodbine la.; J. /. being of rosewood. It is played lay No. Whittler, 1Y' .

the Christian church Sunday morningon office Tuesday morning and or- York, receiving $56 each for the two Karp, Minneapolis, Minn.; James Harris four operators with drumsticks It No. Bassenger, 21. 4!

the "World to Come." Every one dered the Gazette sent to their address and $60 for the other. Mrs. Stevenson Toledo, Ohio; Roy W. Freeman, produces rather crude kind of mu- No. Narcoossee, I M 26 .

welcome to both morning and even- for the next year. They came was proprietor of the Shady Dayton, Ohio; Mrs Al. Anderson, New sic, much like the xylophone though No. Klssimmee/all, through March.: -
homeseekers' excursion Brook kennels Lincoln N. J.and fuller and melodious. The WM..L BARBER -
ing. services. down on the at Orleans,,La.; Paul l T. Davis, Tampa; more musicians r
the Kissimmee has taken at bench shows who play'the instrumont Tax Assessor Osceola:
and visited prairie prizes many Walter Oley, Tampa; Aug. Richter, queer County,. ; t1ifi
The Guarantee Investment and Loan country. They! expressed themselves} with her dogs.. The Chihuahua is a Dell Rapids. S. D.: Chas. Hanson , ,
Co., Curry Bldg., Tampa, Fla., lend II highly pleased with our section of peculiarly attractive dog for a pet, .
Ord Neb. T. P. Lakeland C.
; Berry, ;
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money at 6 per cent interest, payablein Florida. and the strain bred by the Kissimmee E. Adams, Lakeland.P. y1ytY1yty1yl 1$1y1 1 f fy1 y1Y1$1y1yfy111 1.1

small monthly installments. Write fancier is the pure blood, all registered .

for particulars. *-** Mrs. Eva Preston Lash, of Tampa, and all command good prices. A. Vans Agnew, Arthur E. Done- ,

is in Kissimmee a guest of the Gray- F. R. Stephenson has been visiting gan and F. H. Jenkins returned the Sfiffi

Attorney Andrew Johnson went to stone ]nn.: Mrs. Lash is a hotel wo- at Plainfield, N. J., for several weeks first of the week from a trip to Fells- I
Orlando Monday to be present duringthe of and i is looking fora tfi NEW
man experience Kissimmee
Ills friends in Kissimmee will be glad mere made from by Whit- ARRIVALSt
session of the circuit court sitting favorable location. She has been t
"learn that he is recovering from his tier and from that point to Tom Ca.SO'1' ifis
in that city. lie was accompaniedby prospecting in several Florida cities, ,
recent illness.G. on Lake Wilmington. The trip .
Mrs. Johnson. but'has not found the exact spot yet. was made from Cason's to Fellsmere $ w ..f._

She i is much impressed with Ki slm- Mascott and wife, of El Paso, r
Mrs. Pease and Miss\ Agatha Blak- by launch. The distance from Kis ifi '25cYARDx ;
esley and Master Donald Blakesley, of mee prospecfs for development, and Tex., were in Kissimnvee Thursday on simmee to Cason's is about 61 miles I
:
1 Elgin, 111., are stopping at the homo may locate here. a bicycle tour of the country to .cover which materially reduces the lengthof Hiffi .

I'jpf Mr. and Mrs. G. W. MsKelvcy for The W. C. T. U. held its annual election 10,000 miles in ten months. They the trip by the other route. The Fancy Corduroys x' , t

> several weeks.WANTEDrAn. Friday, Jan. 24. All the officers started from Grand Rapids, Mich., road from Whittier is an old one which ffiffi .
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of last year were re-elected. Teacake October 1, 1912, and are proceedingback has but little travel over it, and is in .

elderly men and and were served, and*the afternoon to the starting place. They have need of considerable work to make i It< Piques x '.
'kite furnished hoaaa in I traversed the States of Indiana Illinois ffim
to occupy made Interesting by the presence easily passable. There is no immediate '

Cape Breeze, owner to have one room.I of strangers, who are always welcome. Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, probability of its being improved, Fancy Marquisettes x f

City water' food garden spot, rent The Union hopes to secure Mrs. Ma- Alabama Mississippi! Louisiana and however.
Lowell: CtfI f will add Florida the list be- and
low. Mrs. D. E. i bel Stevens of Southland Seminary, and to Fancy Stripes Plain Colors
I fore the week is out. They had traveled Dr. A. J. Holt will preach Sunday
Vodge George F. Parker spent, the Gainesville\ for a lecture sometime in 6,050 miles of the distance when morning at the Baptist' church on' the t -. .. -- !Ii-
meet' of last week in Jacksonville attending February. Kissimmee. "The Conclusions of Love '" Ififfi
they were in Their vehicle subject, ,
the Grand Lodge of Masons. Attention i is directed to the 'professional was*an old. style Rambler tan- being the'last of a series of sermons Dress Linens from i x 1 {

lie had an enjoyable time, and says card of Pat Johnston in This dem, weighing 886 pounds:when loaded on Love, and in the evening he will

the meeting was one of the beat in issue. Mr. Johnston Is formally with their baggage The womanof speak on the subject, "I go Fishing." I; 10c' to ,SOc Yard

the history, ; of the Grand Lodge. known as Robert, G.' Johnston, attorney the team has a record for walking Dr. C. T. Thompson, field agent of: ifi t y .. 't
.
J. A., Cranford, of Jacksonville, vis- at law; but his friends call him from Chicago to Los Angeles,, a distance the Foreign Mission Board of the $ : !Ii :
"
ited Kisslmmee and Ashton Saturday,, "Pat," and he has decided that sinceso of 8,678 miles itf 171 days, The Southern, Baptist Convention, 'spokeat S.. _. .l'' i

looking after his turpentine businessin many people know him by the name prize for which they are 'competingn the Baptlahhurch Thursday evening !x A. 4GILBERT.Ii! ., ,

that section. Mr. Cranford is presIdent : that is not; his own, that he will le>. present .tour Is a diamond medal \ on the subject of missions. Dr ,
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Florida Shows Materiai' Growth Na'i
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Hion. Tourists from eM>ry section ,
Desirable Ten
-- the country come to us in the winter:
P' GREAT INCREASE IS SHOWN YEA BV YEAR-FIGURES
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FROM REPORT OF STATE COMPTROLLER.By '
from the rigors! of the colder latitudes :

I and oxery season witnesses large num- and
(By W. V. Knott State Comptroller) consequence the advances made in I tiers of I the visitors locating here and I I Twenty

1 It should be a matter of just pride material prosperity of the State, I i! making Florida their permanent

and great interest to the people of the turn to a comparison of the hanking [I home. If we may anticipate a proportionate '

> State 'of Florida to note.the' progress institutions of the State at the beginning I growth for the next decade, : Arce TractsFor

i of their State-tn_a material way during of the ten years just past and as I and there appears no reason why we I I&- .

it **',' the.pazt tenyears.. That, such : of this year. Banks are necessary j should not, then Florida offers! at-

growth has been'phenomenal is easily' factors in business development and .j/tractions second to no other state of -- Trucking *.d.Fruit Crow, ,
o shown ,by a comparison of statisticsin their strength and growth are < /len- the nation. .

almost any line of ,business to did criterion comparing the"mlTease" Inc. Our lead extend from

"' ,which one may turn.' it'would be too in wealth of the State for the period DON'T TAKE THEWRONG city limits nearly! to Orlando.

' .k 'tedious for the reader should endeavor mentioned. ,
Only (30 .
to take up for comparison In the year 1902 there were operat- MEDICINEIf per acre.Terns

f many lines of business. For the purposes ing in Florida twenty State banks and : $2 par acre cash and $2.

of this article a few comparisons three savings banks (state). 'Today I I
only will be made, but they will there 11i0( state banks four four per: acre moalhly.WKltK .
are savings I
n Liver Gels Lazy You Need a PRESIDENT CHARLES C. MOORE OF THE PANAMA-PA I
be sufficient; to indicate the wonderful banks (state), and five banking and I ; FUR BOOKLET
; development-of the State, and the trust institutions under state super- Liver Tonic, Not Merely a Laxative CIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION PRESENTINGDEED

source of information from which the' vision. The increase, therefore during ..
; for the Bowels.Most TO JAPAN'S SITE TO COMMISSIONER -
figures for'the comparisons are drawn the ten from
.t past years twenty-
being official they will be accurate, three to Iii!). That their financial \ GENERAL HARUKI YAMAWAKI. McKOYLand
w thereby making the showing of
one has with their
strength kept pace I people take a simple laxative 1
4 fact and not one in which fancy has growth in numbers is attested by the when their., liver gets sluggish rather I I I Irnprlfil' I .J pnncse tIIajt>sty'* CommlHslunvra. I the Panama

to playa part I following figures.December than take calomel, which they knowto HIS I'acllic I International I position dedicated .lapnn's Kite In the! CompanyMach

w ,i Property Valuation in Florida. 1 i I 31, 1910; Deposits in be dangerous. But a mere laxativewill Pref>l 1lb IteHervatlou Wednesday, Sept. 18. In the! prrwpuceof I
more than 1U.OOO( people. The ceremonies were Impressive
r0 While the figures based upon actual State banks. $4,782,193.72. not start a slavish liver. Whatis highly Building.

valuation are not accessible the prop- ] December 5, 1911: Deposits in needed is a tonic that will liven up ( nnd were deeply appreciated by the representative of the Japa KISSIMMEE. FLA.
I nese. fJovernmont COlllml".ltlnerM. Elarukl Yiinutivnkl. Gulch; ) Taeda
' valuations the State banks the liver without forcing you to stayat
! erty as given on assessment $24,741,060.08. and Yashlkiitsn Katnyiima. The dyed to the site was presented by
'' rolls will show relatively the Increase The deposits in national banks in home and lose a day from your President Charles C. :Mooro to Commissioner General Yanmwakwho

that has accrued during the Florida during practically the same business. accepted It In behalf or the Inpnneee government.; FOR RENT-Two modern flats with
period mentioned. Beginning the I period have increased as follows: You have such a tonic in Dodson's all city conveniences. Apply at
the Gazette office. 20-tf
year 1912 the following table shows December 10, 1901: Deposits in Liver Tone. Dodson's Liver l Tone
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returned for assessment in the State December 5, 1911: Deposits in national they guarantee it to take the place of .

.yew' of Florida up to and including theo banks, $29,707,071.05.! ) dangerous calomel and agree to hand

r' .,I present year: The total resources of the banks of back the money with a smile to any THE MORE YOU

$ 1902 ____uuuu_. $103,047,937 Florida, both State and national in person who tries Dodson's Liver Tonean READ

'1903 ________unn_ 111,333,735 December, 1901, amounted to $18- dis not satisfied with the relief it

1t 119M uuuuu__ 117,064,840 300,251 and in December, 1911, they gives. . I l

1905 __________________ 131,436,593 amounted to $85,300,506.22. I Dodson's Liver Tone is a harmless

j 1906 ____'-u__ 142,018,871 In the present age interests of the : vegetable! liquid with a pleasant taste, ,

1907 __uUUn____ 154,553,078 people and the banks are so inter- and is a prompt and reliable remedyfor the more important it i ia that
your glasses be
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adjusted
1909 _____uunuUn 165,763,467 measure upon the prosperity of the ': stomach, and the other troubles that to your sight with absolute accuracy.

,,yt 1910 uunu__. 177,723,981 other. come from a torpid liver. I They must not only enable you to see perfectly

1911 __________________ 186,805,441) The' large number of industrial cor- I The Kissimmee Drug Co. give it d' ti\ but must also be comfortable

'r 1912 _---_______--____- 201,481,176 porations which have been formed their personal guarantee and if you and non-slipping.
It will be from the within the few in Floridais F You can have just such glasses
seen foregoing I past years will ask about this guarantee you will by coming here
+t figures that the valuations as returned another indication of business activity -'' protect yourself against imitations :'-- for them. Expert examination and

.' for assessment have more and prosperity of the people of j i that are not guaranteed. Large bot- iI g L are here assured.C' expert. !fitting -

i S than doubled in the past decade. The this State, for a very 'large percentage -,j tie of Dodson's Liver Tone is 50 cents. :
increase in population for the same of our incorporated companies j' Advertisement.
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period, while much greater than in in Florida 'are composed of home peo- I

some states, was only about fortytwoper pie and their capital stock owned I Official powers may be enlarged,

cent; the increase in property largely by Floridians. even with the restrictions of a written

fi ". values amount to more than one hundred From the more tangible and evident I constitution, as the experience of the

a ,. .fI.'}!' per cent. This is a good showing sources of wealth of our State, which '[, United States has shown. It would A. COLE Jeweler and

9 "1)4') for the thrift and industrial prosperity alone are sufficient to make it one of I I not be surprising, consequently, if M. .

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ti, EDITORIAL- FROM THE LOUISVILLE: COURIER JOURNAL'' & SIEVER

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Bright Isidor Rayner,. whose death occur* student His death Is a distinct loss

/ red J recently, was one of the few bril. to hie State, his party'and Ms coun REALTY COMPANY .

r' pant Jews who hare, figured prominently try. It calls attention to the fact that

I in American politics.,The Jewsin the Jew'in America has asked as little

America, like the ,Parsees in India of his country In the way of,political Prairie Land," Orange Groves High Hammock |j>nd. ,"

Heavy Fruit"THERE have, as .rule, contented them-' office as the Parsee has asked of In Timber i Land Land at all Price and on'Easy Term.
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'Where Jews have been conspicuous : : '-

< Consolations :-of prlnte-ute., They I in politics( -their'"record has been 2,000 acre Stock Rand, wilfesdunf( half value, ',: '

have, like the Parsees;' played a prominent 'one of loyalty to.public welfare. Il .-fi....,,'t.Al
,101' other real estate -:- -;- -:. -: ,
I h and honorable part in the business t : ; ,4

,\ is :no quest affairs of the country, in philanthropy TEACHERS' EXAMINATION 50-an..[ Orange.Grove. will trade 'for,half value v "4 , 'j,

{on,but that : and 'intellectual' life; Tallahassee'-Fla.. Jan. 8 '1913 for. other real estate; balance easy. payments -:-
on oUr The history of ,America and the ,, fi
The following texts will be used
A A Florida history of the Jew from.the fifteenth asA
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soils
the fertiIlZer '
I century to the present time are closely basis for the questions In th "Flor KISSIMMEE! ,FLORIDA
ida' Uniform: Examinations for Coun: er<
..applied has a decided interwoven... ,By a singular coincidence .
"L'' the Jews were expelled from ty certificates: :in June, 191, ,. and m.ybe w
obtained from dealers in the State
influence on the Spain In the year that Columbus --
or front the publishers at prices stat "
started his first of discovery -
upon voyage
quality of the ed:
fruit. and of the last
one Spanish
Algebra-Milne's; High School, A, DOZIER KIN'SURIINOEJIGENGY
vessels exporting the exiled Jews I .
1 $1.00; Theory and Practice-White's .
passed within hailing distance of the

Bradley's Fertilizers little fleet bound In search of a new Arithmetic Elements of Milne's Pedagogy A, $1.00; Th.Oldest and LrgU Coontr 4P. .,
Progresuive.book
I, world that was destined to give the old FIR&LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH IQ
III, A,41c; Grammar-Hyde's two .... ..
world an example of religious tolerance .c.NK: -
f and give the Jew book course in English, book II.SSBD, I .+, M
equal -
opportunities
'stand at the head of the list 46c History Our SSBD
as ; Republic, ;
crop with the settlers of other racial . .

I makers. No other goods have endured extraction and religious beliefs. 65; Civil Our Government Government.SSBD-James 50c andSanford's ; C. A. CAKSON,'President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.', -,


and maintained their supremacy so long. Jew Louis, accompanied de Torres,Columbusupon a Christianized the phy Geography-Frye', B, 88c; Agriculture. Higher-Duggar's Geogra-; The: Waters & Carson r

voyage and in 1500 settled in Amer-
Write us today for booklet mailed free. Agriculture for Southern schools,. SS -
ca. The sea-quadrant used by Columbus -
BD, 60c; Florida HiltoryBennettand
was the product of Jewish Inventor a
a -
Brevard's, A, 54c; Physiology
The American Agricultural Chemical and was called "Jacob's Staff." Grocery Company
Co., The astronomical charts and tables Ritchie's Human Physiology, SSBD,
Jacksonville S.Us Department. 60c; Composition-Huntington's Elements
were the work' of another Jew. Jewish
P. O. Box 218 of Composition, SSBD, 60c; ..A ytl r
Jacksonville, Florida. financiers of the Spanish court Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Reading-Any Text; Physical GeographYMaurySimond'I -
were his patrons, and Louis de San-
A, $1.20;
tangel, Chancellor of Aragon, and Orthography-AsweU's New Century GROCERIES
Gabriel Sanchez Treasurer _
Royal ,
Speller, SSBD, 18c.
HUH were the first Spaniards: to receive .
"Books
marked "A" may be gotten '
letters from Columbus narrating in l
from the American Book Co., Atlanta J
detail his experiences.The Ga.; "SSBD," from the Southern 000000 .0000 . 0000 ..00.0000 ..00..0.. Fit

commercial acumen o!_ the School Book Atlanta Ga. 0 .
Fertilize I Depository, '
Your ;
0 WE SELL: oOo. WE BUY: ? w
Dutch caused the New Netherlands to I "G" from Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga. 0 HAY, 0 0 c0 -'?

welcome Jewish settlers upon Man- When thought advisable, books have HIDES, e .
hattan Island in the seventeenth cen- been chosen from the list adopted by 0 ,GRAIN, oOo.'

Orange TreesThe tury, when all other European coun- ; the State Uniform Text Book Com- 0 0 0 FURS, "' k ,
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0 FERTILIZERS, oOo.
tries were forbidding them to become' mission. Isi
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o- 0 WOOL,
mild winter has caused the spring growth to start early. colonists, and when the Spanish In- W. N. SHEATS, 0 SHINGLES, oOo. .

Don't t delay fertilizing. Favorite Fruiter! Manure will give quisition was hounding them upon this State Superintendent of Public In- 0 O 0 ',
re-
side of the Atlantic wherever they struction., 0 ORANGE BOXES, O 0 AND r ,d"
sults and will
die-back. ;
not produce 0 0 t }''
professed; their religion. AlthoughJews
0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 ALL .
were forbidden at first to hold Gen. Wood complains that we are 0 0 0 .

Your Truck Garden Cropsneed public worship' and to sell at retail, spending more money for automobile 0 VEGETABLE CRATES, + O COUNTRY ' n
their rights were finally and gradually tires than for war. But a lot more 0 0 9

fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. recognized, so that by the time of the fun can be gained out of automobile 0 0 CRATE NAILS, 0* 0. PRODUCE.' .. ' t

Our special crop formulas are made to give big results quickly. devolution their emancipation in New tires.-Philadelphia Star. 0000 0 0 0000 0 . .000.00000000..... 4 }

York was complete. It is interesting Fruit and Truck Land .
WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. to recall the fact that prejudice We have five and ten-acre tracts in

against the Jews manifested itself Liberty Park, the most desirable su- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ,

M. LEE, Afcnt more persistently in Baltimore, the burban property on the market which We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. 1 l "
wa are offering for your considerationat Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
: home of the late Senator Rayner, than prices that are attractive. We We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and <'k i

INDEPENDENT: FERTILIZER COMPANYJACKSONVILLE. In any American city, and that it wig will be pleased to show these tracts to {trices on fertilizers.Illlllllllllll. '

: not until the second quarter of the, prospective purchasers at; any time.
: ,; l PIOF ,IDAIMMItlllllMHIIIIIIIIIIIini Nineteenth century, only twenty-five Do not fail to see this property before \!. '4 i. '
Iv : purchasing, as it has the advantagesof I IIIIHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
years or so before the birth of Isidor being close in and on the very belt '
'! : Xayner., that they acquired their full paved road in the county,. convenient a
linn political and civil in the Stateof to the city, school and churches. Five DANCING i

Maryland. right,I acre tracts $259 and $300. AT I I
1 EVERY TIIURSDAY EVENING
24 tf. H. M. BREAKER & CO. ;
i The first Jews who were permitted tfFIREMEN'S .

to settle in America were welcomed Pinedale S-scre Tract at a Sacri ee. HALL '

I I upon condition that their poor should Pinedale property is advancing 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it

i j I SPRING C BOOK not become a public burden, but rapidly, owing to the large develop

1g 1 !.RUS. should be supported by members of ment in that sub-division. We have :
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their race. The conditions made by one 5-acre tract that has one, acre w.-...... Fn

the government of the New Netherlands cleared of the and .
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Full Crop, Half Drop. stumps palmetto
'" I viewed in connection with the which 'we are offering for 4 short FIN INVESTMENT:
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', Which? commercial and industrial history of time for $350." Nice location, good l jBUY' j\\ ;

,1 the United States, provide what the soil and worth investigating. '
I J This booklet gives the reason for spring'fe'rUllzi g, description of dramatists calla "comedy relief" in lit! 11. M. Breaker & Co. ,

formulae to be used, the amount, time. and mode of application. Sent the tragical story of the oppressionof NOW, SELL THIS WINTER

on request the Jews by Europeans. Orange Grove. AT A LARGE INCREASE V /. r /

IDEAL method. have.made the banner groves. Hayman Levy, a Jewish fur dealer Ten-acre grove, half in bearing orange ---

I and Indian trader by whom the first trees, the other half in young i
SEED IRISH POTATOESChoice The far-sighted. and wise people... baying Real Estate NOW.
into
bearing
John Jacob Astor was employed as a trees just coming con. .
Selected Stock We offer Investment the list of to be sold
of and as an following property,
clerk; Aaron Lopez, of Newport, who. sisting dranges, grapefruit
: Write for Prices. had 'a fleet of thirty trading vessels tangerines. One of the very best as a whole, at about two-thirds Its actual value, and on easy terms ; 3' ..t

Let us send you our booklets Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables. plying between the American colonies properties offered in Osceola county. of payment. The improved property included- In the list bring a 3

i I and the West Indies, and others who Close to raiJroad'station.. Price rental of $69.00 per month. ;1 :

-- WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. were prominent in business in the 500000. Terms on part of pur- One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on r' lr

I Manufacturer of North when the French "Code Noir" chase price. brick pared street renting for $20.00 per month. This property'

I' IDEAL FERTILIZERS prevented them from settlement in 5-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. easily worth $2,500.00.Five.room .
Louisiana of the I t
were pioneers epic i
I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. migration of the Jews from Europeto Orange Grove. cottage and bath nearly new, mode.... in every way: .'

America, where they were to be- Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per '1'
Local Waters & Carson Orocery Co.
I Agent, come an important factor in developing located three miles from Kissimmee. month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. 'I

the Good 4-room cottage and out-build-
country. Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street, ;,.
well of
Jewish culture is reflected in the ings. Splendid water, con-
has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month! This
venient school and churches railroad
disproportionally large number of dis- to \ '
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tinguished Jewish educators, lawyers, station within 300 yards of prop property purchased separately would cost $1,250.00. I i "'

111111111111111.1111111111111111111111., scientists and writers in America, erty. Will sell for $7,000.00, on very Four-room cottage, located on large lot,, fronting on brick ,

c. A. CARSON. 7. A. CRANFORD. S. L. LUPFER. where despite the tide-of immigrationthat favorable terms. See this property paved street, renting tor $10.00 per month..sily worth $900.00.Two .
Pmld.nt. VlM-PmUrnt. Secretary 5-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Ml
seems to be augmented every I ,A
I bringing in rental of $14.00 month. Worth '
cottages a per "
year, only one American irt ninety is \y
Jew. Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres $800.00. _. :

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. a In the various wars that have tem- oranges grapefruit, located and 3 in acres Kissimmee late Valincia Park, One cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per \' ('

cursed and blessed .
porarily ultimately month. Worth $500.00. ,
the east side of Lake Tohopeka-
on .
America, Jews have made good v
I soldiers and capable officers. In do- has been planted one year, trees in One-half interest In 144 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00 I"r '

fine condition, land well drained. This now, and values are gradually increasing. "
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offered for 'I
$4000, $2500
4 property -
list of Jews is short because their
cash, balance in one and two years at Two close In resident lots worth $500.00 each. i .
disinclination rather than their lack , i.Investigate
6 cent. Will increase in value
PINE LUMBERHOUSE of aptitude and opportunity. The per and you will find that all of the above are good I

names of Judah P. Benjamin, Oscar very rapidly. properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell everything i .
5tf H. M. Breaker & Co. I
J---" Straus and a few others are upon the in the above schedule for the sum of $9,300.00. The person
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roll of honor as a result of distinguished City Block for Sale. buying now will reap large profit.

BILLS A SPECIALTY /public service, but to discoverthe One city block fronting on Main We also have two well located business lots on Broadway, in "
activities of Jews in America a North Kissimmee which '
street
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very best part of the business. district which we are offering fOil
student unacquainted with the historyof are offering for $600 cash. Fine in- -
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industrial development intellectual H. M. Breaker & Co. will be pleased to have you call and see these properties. x ; }

achievement and philanthropic enter- ., "r
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ROYAL PALMS NURSERIES prise. Five-acre tract adjoining the famous -

ONECO FLORIDA Mr. Rayner was one of the few Jews Aultman farm, land cleared .' "
Most extensive collection of stock in Florida or the Calf region H. M. BREAKER & COMPANY
nursery who', have made the arena of poll ready cultivation, under good bog- ,\
Ask.lor of our splendid new catalog e
now ready for distribution. copy tics the of their activities and wire fence splendid 3-inch flowing '
which is replete with planting inform atlon and descriptions, etc.FrnttTfees. :. scene proof> ; ;'!IL' (
decorative plants, ornamental shrubs, etc from all over' the the discharge of duties of public of- welL Adjoining land valued as 11\

I world ,"result of oar extensive Imports tlons .experiments. for the past fice their contribution to the world's high as $500 per,acre. We offer this 1 +

e. 29 yeah r. work. He was a hard worker, a loyal five-acre tract for $1200, with termson i'
8eTODAYsppeclal cash discounts under business rules in catalogue. Write Democrat, a sincere advocate of good part of purchase price. For quick returns and best results r

.' nE SONER BROS. ONECO. FLA. government, a keen debater and a 6tf H. M.. Breaker & Co. Use the, "Wont" columns in the Gazette x

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NOWAY :PRfSSWG!>CLUB i >.7%/ IVirS. I Boone's Straight, Of ce, 197 Kisiimmee-'It. .. '-

Broadway 'and Dakin PRESIDENT'S WIFE WAS R.L'248 Florida '
- audTMLOR, SHOP WOMAN WHO AS ;
CHARMING
Kisslmmee Fla.NEW =:___ ,
AND'
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"" RETAINS HER YOUTH Made in Klsslmme ..
... GREATLY ADMIRED '.. .
; FINE TA.iLORING'AND' GRACIOUS MANNER. The Gear with the Real Taste T M:, RIVERS, MV D..
MANAGEMENT S
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REPAIRINU
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solicited
trade
OF NEW IDEAS Box PHYSICIAN and SURGEON S
ALL *
= KINDS : cratic college, life at, Princeton. He Look ,for Union .Label.jRYSTOHE oer
Office Oooeola
NEW RATES Parma
engagementwith y
.
not keep my' .
"I could and
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!_____ .. Work. Called For and Delivered : ,IMPROVEMENTS 'ytju," said* newspaper'' woman was opposed. to woman.suffrage circulated. article in P ONES'- 1 I ResIdence 63 .
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.HONE, : Meals'Thlrty-fire rents lralht "because Mrs Cleveland eame.to. wrote a widely I ( Office.48 i,,

: Clean Beds and Rooms fifty cents opposition to women's clubs. .
RANK sufficient reason.Justtoreadji ,

Ml 11 M 111111111111111'DUKE, Proprietor : ALF.WtZWMgr.: = .... town. It <<:was>f the the a honored social! events"guest that 1s j herslf Mrs.as Cleveland against )suffrage! while -she r"womenb"lomrs : records, } | TfllLOR SHOP WL.. .. . WI ? -- -, .'.

center about PHYSICIAN
-- ..n__. to"the Colony Club of New

., _ _ _ _ _ _,_ _ _ _ -- enough to keep on, pusy.her. functions. '.10. .::10/10'must" York,"and' the Present Day Club of LADIES' ,AND GENTS' SUFIS Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. I Ia.'Da..oa
_ _ the
and write up PBONB M KaHMOrrica
and .
Is Presbyterian ..
: the Princeton. She a Made '
endutflCOOf, pen to Order i
,
Indeed tax the Prollall1" .I' .
'If want a
you identified with various religious,. 'so

: C.W. GRIFFINStaple BARGAIN woman. Mrs. Cleveland herself cial! and philanthropic activities. She :'also 1 C JR. D :WITT T. LIGHTSEY S

.. ,,, an :And to yet know no weariness. Mrs. is soon to marry Mr.\ Thomas J. Preston Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Don '

and FancyGROCERIES ORANGE GROVE seem lI mmond's reception. professor of the history of art at OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
John Hays
have.been'one of the4arfirest'ever I Wells .college, Aurora New York, t Residence Phone 274 ;"
or land to grow her'must residence in I from which Mrs. Cleveland graduated Office Phone 98
,
'in private "
held a I
,
in 1885, and of which she is Sprigg FlemingCLEANING Roomi 8 and 4 *
Diplomatic. Judicial, now a
Oranges and Washington. State Bank Bid's: KII. mmee, Fla. "
congressional circles, together with r trustee. Mr. Preston accompanied

of wealth and Mrs.\ Cleveland and h f-a ugnter'to
all that inner group
..Grapefruitaee U. D. WIENENGA
Free Delivery to all parts1'i fashion constitute a great assemblage. Washington, and has shared in the PRESSING DR. .

of the City BUCKELS The Hammond palace faces Sheridan social honors. He is a tall, fine looking Sad IVETERINARIAN

t! Circle. A marble stairway leads from | man of about fifty, who is said DYEINGREPAIRING STOCK TRKATBB FOR :'

_ ,..-_ ____ L the entrance hall to the receptionrooms to have wealth, culture, and. social ALL D1SBASC8 :S'.
--- -- on the second floor. Mrs. gifts. ,,

i Hill 1111IIIIII Mill III t .... . .... ..+. .. .. Hammond received her guests at this -- --- Leave word i>t my house and clollua NII1'htIthOneJSS ORLANDO, FJ.D' .r'"

The Damming of th Dam. will be orlted lor and returned. I
J. G. HOWARD I: :/: TilE BOV CHAMI'ION : landing. Mrs. Cleveland stood on the J. W. SIMPSON m\
first step of the stairway leading to
1. I; There was a time in I
joyous Satisfaction
youthI
Guaranteed.XVj !
: I the floor above, which placed her in DENTIST f
. . . . . . . .r pride yet with some whim .

Paper Hanger and PainterWork Richard Miller of Baker, Santa Rosa a little higher position!! than her hos- When we would dam the "Old Jack'sBranch" S Upstair la Kali Building. S

Sj* tens and her daughter, Esther Cleveland ja.jda '' '' '' '' ''. t"
f LJ '' ' '' '' OFFICE a. m. to 12 m.
TTnitxa-.
declared the champion :
hai been -
) County, who stood at her mother's right, { 1:30 to 6:30p. m.:
Guaranteed boy corn grower" of Florida for and made it possible far those goingup To raise a pond to swim. &_ M. TILLER > Telephone No. 76 Jun 0, InDR.

1012! lie produced from his acre
II thinking of baring any done, ". 12JIV4 1 bushels 1 of corn, at a cost of 26cPCI. and down the stairs and for those But sometimes when it rose too high J Real estate Agency. I W. W. CARSON "
gathered in the parlors and corridorto Our efforts went in vain
please notify me through the P. 0. .: bushel Hastings' Prolific Corn
; ,:1 better observe the muchadoredwoman Some break our cherished flood let by f ................................ DENTIST
j I' : wa1 used for seed The land wasplowed -
'j. G. HOWARD all had come to see. Until we dammed again. -
.* 42-41 |.rt I: I 18 inches deep, the rows were f Realty bought and sold. Office over Cole's Jewelry'Store

IIlIIpIIIIIIISlIlIIIIl j i 4'2: (miles apart. and the stand in the She made a beautiful picture from And hard we tried to check (thc How 0( Houses rented. Office Hours: 8-12, 1-6

__ about 10 inches any viewpoint; slender, graceful, Ijow- Taxes paid and Titles Office
L "row With muscle strong: applied tG ver- phone J 168
lag, giving each caller a smile and a Residence"
ified 23
+*++++++++++++++ ++++++ The Champion Boy Corn Grower With many a clod Me threw below .JI for non-residents.
t
gets a free trip to Washington, decisive handshake, that while it does And damming we triedIf Fire, Life and Accident In- Gas administered for extraction of teeth

ri? I thioujjh county contribution, and $50in not suggest haste in passing! admits I way surance. /II./I

4GRAYSTONE1S l, i cash from the Hastings Seed Com- of no delay. Her brown hair is touch- w ,. had hut have )Known tinI..nth 4 I IfiF'V Indemnity Bonds. D] ) G. E. PARKER

of Atlanta, Georgia. ed very lightly, if at all, with gra.1 That damming must h{' dot: > S .. .. .,
pan) I 'F .. .lye__ ., .,...... \ DENTIST
,
I and her face is free from any noticeable To have elTci for I I.t I.
It would out
correct
111 THE m. I I! I not only be well for our I ; I OFFICE OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
S l boys to note the high yield at a low! lines. Not knowing, you would Where first, the break) begun
1 2.50 to 3.60 per day. :I: perhaps guess her to be thirty-five. t I Office Hours! : 8:00: to 12.-00: Noon
cost but also for our farmers to
consider -
S Special by work( or month. ."toj. Fine-looking at liny time, she is I A nd let tile i lods up tarried last I IKK: ) to 6:00: P. M.
seriously the matter of low cost DR. WM. HARPER ---_ _ _
;t .. W. THURIU" "hip. R. 0. PORTER Up. :+: of production. Corn can and shouldbe more beautiful in Evening light and Above the dam let fallWo I P. A. VANS AUNEW w. .. c&AwroaA
might I }iae ve.I! the dam at last. S
dress. Some who were at :Mrs Ham 55 OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST I
S +++++++++++++++++++++++++ produced in Florida at so low a .. TANS AGNEW & CRAWKORDATTORNEYSATLAW
mond's Anil saved the l loss \\ ii liil.! ,
reception expressed' disap- -- --
cost that the farmers producing it '

---- - would not only receive reasonable pointment when they saw her at I the ''1'i" so with t I I evils I now we br.'eMoie IN

daily wages for all the time employed Congressional! Club in high neck gown : 'onxiiKpd I CHRONIC DISEASES ,..... .
him ( an1We (>m I H '.e Clllirnn lUtnk
; W. L IK DUZOB and hat. But I reinr-mbrr.. hearing nnlldlDC'
in making the crops but in addition II i :: to stop, the l ieaks-ol sin KiHsirnrnt-e Florida
those same comments when she w.i* CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE
: a reasonable profit on the in- Hy damming neath the dam.

vestment. a bride of twenty-UN KISSIMMEE. FLA GEIGER.
11.D.
Richard Miller has made good not It was in June IHHl!!, two weeks .if \\ e stiong proclaim with great con- TUESDA VS. THUHSDf VS. SATURDAYS

only in securing a high yield but also ter they were nianu-d. that I'fiist sis *'*'inI OFF ce. CENTRAL HOTEL

Real Estate what is vastly better, he has made I Mrs. Cleveland exercise that ;womlii, I FI'I'11Hrt'.t i and stump and pit ATTORNEYATLAWOffice

good from a business standpoint. lie ful charm of hers in receiving people!. The 1 soul that i1.ey!!! make hell burn PHONE; :1t1 - ORLANDO, FLA. I State Hank Building

has paid for his seed fertilizer time There was no mole" self-consciousness! I'And yet we license it. Kissimmee. FloridaGEO.

for himself and team and has in her manner then than now. And' ---- -
a -
splendid profit to show for the "brains now, as then, she has that same magnetism. / V\c punish people for their sin 0'1'1"10'\1':11'' ' Ntl.KOK / PARKER.

_ KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA mixed with the labor." The I'residl'nlaR almost' :Sometimes amid applause IIK A I. K1TITK.Undor "' "

thirty her .senior. lie '' .1'he law which sees the verdict in and by virtu* of n 1i ,.i .r. of Allorney-.t-Law. ,, '....:
Santa years was .
Rosa carried the .
county away a'I partition and sal rtnl"MMl (.
I Has licensed v th
them the I Collections/ "
championship for 1912. What boy I pondcious man ; kind, no doubt, l but caul e JU<|KP of the Circuit Court of the 11\- and Conveyancing j ',
I cntli Judicial' '
Circuit of
Klurldn i In ntul
Specialties.
will carry away this spicnciiu prize to the casual observer no mate for 'We long lament the fallen girl for Oncvola County and Inaurd out nf I i 'dl'.' <.
this radiant sAId" Court In a raunt' th.*r,'ln IM tiding, '' I I '
\
\'ounwoman. Yet
Broadway.
S..H.BUftOCK for his county in 1913 ? I no Her practices condemnBut wherein Lawrenc !.. Harlot !i. com

There are already about 1000 boys on! could look at her and believe she graft upon their underworldAnd John plainant Hleurd., and Inrfdura li,*r UbR A. tap anil __ *

enrolled and other names are comingin I had not been influenced by her af- take the rents from them. .pundentM the underpinned CommlBBlonera i'-- (J- K. KRIBBSATTORNEY 1'

daily. Who will win? feition. She could not have held that |Iii; chancery will aell to the .
hlKhpat :
REAL ESTATE high place in the hearts of the Amer- We pity people who are poor public auction and best at the bidder front for door ranh of th at. AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FL.&,

i ..%%..***m%.**m***.-%*. RECLAMATION EVERGLADKS if she did But raise their tax each year Court house In Klaalmmee oacfola. '
ican people
not inspire
con- County. Florida, on !\IONVA Y. TilE Examination of Titles a Specialy. \
INSURANCE S fidence in the essential truth and sin- And drive the wolf up to the door 17TH hAY OF FKBHUAHY.: A. 1) Jltll.l Notification and
during the noun of legal sale to the payment of taxes of
"Practically every citizen of our cel' ty of her character. With her To cheer them with a cheer. following described' real estate, the non-residenU given careful :
_ State who is familiar with the Florida great natural for properly of the said' Complainant.. Lawrence attention.
l of Titles gift pleasing was We pass the hat for charity I.. Uarlow and sal d Respondents.
Examination a Everglades realizes that it in J
Isadora
one combined a rare maturity of judgment -i A. Heard and John W. Heard *
of the States most valuabl For sickness deep we sigh her husband situate In aald Osceola
'Specialty.CorresDondence I assets. which enabled her to meet her. Yet add two dozen County Florida to-wit: ?ATJOHNSTONATFORNEY.AT.LAW
; to
: profits .
: Under more or less financial ombarirassment responsibilities with wisdom much Bell nnlnJ!' at tho northeant corner of
S a The drugs the sick must buy. Lot ono (1), Block U of Hobt. Uass'
a very marked progre'uh akin to genius.! Perhaps this fo why Addition to the Town of Klsslmmee *S "

I ,Solicited s been made toward the. reclamation she is so' little changed. For with all I We waste the time, the cure is wrong' City feet thence Florida south, run one west hundred sixty-six twenty-((66) 10-11, Citizens Bank Building "

six of this territory within the past its brilliant success Mrs. Cleveland'slife : Brand plain the fake and sham nine((66) feet(12k and feet thence thence north east one sixty-six hundred" Kiisimmee Florida . \

years and your officials u>" nowpU8hng has had *a share of sorrow and I With purpose true and will full strong tnenty-nlnn ((12'J. feet to the place of

S that undertaking .is lapidly! strain. Even politically there was We yet may save the dam. Mtunle b'KlnnliiK.thereon.tug,'lbcr with with all the 4 and hulldliiKH Lst L-OUIN. C MASSEY T. riCTOM WABL W
singular
; J. W. ThompsonFUNERAL ) as the finances available-! "ill p"j nut., disappointment. Two years after !I the.. ht. 'r,'dlt. amenls, tt.m'merits and ni"| Florid.On1 K. K. lnm.l fur CHmlnml Judo* of Court1' the
; l ui I* nann thin
I have great faith in Ihn Let every act or thought or deed) M unto bilonKliiK ,and
not iiious they were married the President was. i-\tr>' rill. hi. title and Intt rent. 1 isz&i I or \ ASSEY & WAULOW
* DIRECTORand enterprise, and will. with mv .,-111>oi- defeated for re-election. Our prayer sincere forego eQultablt of the mild LrtMrtiKt. I. Itnr- .
Anti when ,
low
i all Ixudorn A Itiuid
.tlH' John <
ers, do } I Above th-e dam one clod will do 4 ATTORNEYS
;
everything possible' to actonipli&h he was inaugurated in 1803 the panic Iliiird. hwr husband. of. In and, to the AND COUNSELLOSAT
the What forty will saint'. LAwPractire
drainage and ii-cliiiiiaimn I I
LICENSED EMBALMER was on, whichuiast its gloom over his below.A. 8. .11 JlL'I.J.o"K.)
In all
Opposite Courthouse I of this va.t area of .i'h ::nd fertile second administration.Mrs N. Howell. JAM A ItTli M tilt JOHNSTON'K I 1'OM.lSAN.: ; the Unit) HUilr.thfl.lm Court. Ifor.of the the *Florida tMt* and KkllxMiil of-

I land C'Jeveland is the mother of Two parcel post! packages mailedin II > < ;''nl<)Klt'. CoiMinlHslont. .rs CommbuilunIlIICllAHLKHTOK Com""n.'. And the Interstate C.mn.ree:

j ; KISSIMMBB. ri.OHII\ i "I ht'hexe one of the needs in ronnection five children, Ruth, the eldest, l horn in Yonkers were a brindle bulldog and : Tht Complainant,. .Mill'* of aI.H| ,.Solicitor>\ (. |irop. ..rt\ ..x/t'II'd, 1 I lIuoo. ORLANDO. FLA.

I IS with the project is the e tabhxhiiH'nt 1891 died at the age of thirteen; Es- a piece of meat, both of which were I to Pt In nary heroin' 17th.I ]1111:1.! : li\ ( oininlHBloncrs .-f.1- 34 I yr

; -_. -- '- I I farn of one or two uxpei, 'iniontal i t Vlur- -- .. who-- --- "_sfin___m.Yina.__fit__Arl__ .\-\ttt._.* .rvu-ti..v..Kiv. finally delivered in one bundle.- \_N1)KEV\' JOHNSON
To Whom
It
Mmy
here, was born in 1893. She is fair, Washington! Post. loa..ra'
NotUe
IH h'lib i
I ) "I\'n that on the ATTORNEY
yi* Tested and'Proved "Within a short tune we should endeavor tall and blunder, well poised, and resembles :I 10th/r.> "f K.l.Mi.u' 1'UI t I;i. s .- nhull) AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Good I to have the Federal G.er'n'ment her mother in feature, but No. 464.-It certainly Is < xasperat- orable L I JaintuV) MlliiK ft rirkliiH pi HI.lo., to 1 the Hon: Will Practice .n all Courts
JudK- of
assume the maintenance and ing to see an opportunity of making 7th Judicial , the State and Federal
Circuit of '
OH
has 'ola
Freshness not her mother's Coun
as well as high'Krade; quality. I magnetism. big, quick and then I ty Florida to ., Office *
care of certain of the drainage canals money. not be adopt a ft :xiai child of adjoining Broadway
Call for what you want in the I Marion is two years younger. The able to take hold of it. We can't lender )ealH Citizens Hank Kissimmeef
for water transportation across! the boys Richard FoTsom buy all the Annum MORRIS. I S
GROCERY LINE : is now sixteen, good things we see, and we 3-4t-pd MAUUIJ Ii MiltitIS'
State.-From Gov. Trammeh's Inaugural and Frances Grover, ten. are willing to pass them along to H. JKNK1M* a. a. WOODHAH S
Address. Mr. Cleveland our friends. Here's a sure one.- ,
died in 1908.
June
113 acres all platted ani ready for J ENKINS & WOODHAM
He Meant the Historian. His Jreat[ strength with the peoplewas sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- Our word--
their faith in his independenceand i ted within 1 % miles, of our passenger

Controller Prendergast hale and robust honesty. He was a man of strong depot on and jn. close proximity to May we be permitted to SURVEYORS
the best hard road suggest / -
with his old-world air of stateliness will and judgment, but without vis We are offering the in tract Osceola county. that good portraits are I Kissimmee Florida
in
blended with ion. He looked a body most happy reminders to rela-
vivacity guid- ,
was upon Bryan as a dem- at a very attractive price. No fur- tives I - .
and
friends'
ing a group of distinguished visitors agague and destroyer and regarded ther expense necessary to place it 01 ing and, Christmas at Thanksgiv
through the marble of Morgan the market in small tracts. See time. The I
splendors the as a patriot and saviour. lIe us. /good portrait carries with it :
New York public library, says the was against President-elect Wilsonin 24-tf H. ,M. Breaker & Co. a world of good thought It MONEY BROKERNew

Philadelphia Times. his effort to establish a more demo-: Farm for Sale is the always welcome and high I I York Syndicate will Finance

"Some odd incidents happen here," Located on good road, ly prized gift. H.lIl"O&o1a. Water. l''lectric Mlnla. Ttsher. .
; onequartermile W. Irrigating H"-1. .
ewant to Stocks. $100. r.
..assure thatwe iMiJiii c.
the controller from you l .<
said pausing in one of city limits good five-room I.nd up F. Q. TMOMA.ON.
the ceiled house large new barn are prepared 16 give you the 8"U. Kepresentstlre, KuslMMCC. FlA.
reading rooms, with its ceiling CAN thirty > bent work in the latent
YOU ASK
painted to represent white clouds MORE? acres land, sixty, twelve of which is cultivated S, designs, and that your approved early order a._ -
young orange and j
afloat in a blue sky. "An odd incident grapefruit trees seventy-five for portraits will insure you

DIBBLE & SON happened yesterday."A trees, some plum and pear trees peach, one The tion perfection of careful atten ,
3M to
e young lady, after searching the You Risk No Money I and It Is Free If good family horse, one buggy one Will detail. I f
It Falls. wagon two sets you kindly phone or write I LOUIS
__ card catalogue, went to the desk and We are eo positive that Taylor's ens, ten head cattle harness and all tools fifty necessary chick- a time for a sitting? A. SEARSON
-
said: Best Blood Medicine will cure rheumatism Respectfully
4 to cultivate ,
place.
S no matter how bad It A bargainat PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Get the Habit may be. '
'Can you tell me where I can find that we agree to furnish' the medicinefree $2,500. Write us for terms. WILDER'S STUDIO f
OFSMOKINGA I the details of the Jewish rebellion of If it should tall to do the work. I 36-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. AUDITOR. F-
HEAL CIGAR"QSCEQLA" A. D. 60?' It I I. absolute folly for you to expect :
I
'Consult Josephus, miss,' the attendant harp to be able shootingpalm to do your work through with those your ,j I + 'Q'4l' . + .O. + O. .. *5 Commercial and Municipal Accounting I
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answered. head and back. or when your feet ache i ohn"Jh tJ& Co., S

__ __ '4 "Oh thank you,' said the and Come throb all day long. I : FIRST CLASS BARBERS ; LOUISVILLE. KY. Incorporated Accountant of the '
young to our store to-day and geta Established. '
1887 !9. International
Sold at aU store who want lady, and, turning to a little old man bottle. and It will coat you nothing; A. E. FORD I Highestmarlefpricepaid! Accountant ,

the best for their customers ,who was approaching, she began: If Price It doe.fl.CO not the do bottle.Yourown the work.. . 18 Broadway I Si: FURS f71l Society Detroit.. S 1

S Look for Union Label 14 '1 have a question for you, Mr. Jo- druggIst recommends; and '4< CIGARS Under New TOBACCO, ETC. + I end CIDC3. ..,. -j P. 0. In J7ISSIMHEI. Mill OfficE: "'
Management.
Kuarantpea Taylor' np. <>
t Blood Medt- '
d na., ask him . oOo. . WOOL ( / fU. !
about It. . . . . j'I WI "' ''.....,. ALLHD.LE 1 C., .
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Y;.. .....S. $ $$$$$$$$$$ SS. $ YYYY; ; ; ; ., NEVER WAS'A"' FISH .-. ,I': -

$ .y $ HUNG LlKfJ"IS BEFORE I"
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!Ii r. 1'I Yi H. M. BREAKER &CO.

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!HiHi GEORGE O. DEAN .HOLDS ''THE .
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. !Ii : ,, .,,' . .. RECORD FOR MAKING CATCH : FRIENDS' 0
: "" "-=:== =; =-- cc.- = '- '-. THEIR that key l. coved
: :='=< < ="'=::'='-=-:'''' = ="''-'''= '=;-0" :- --';'''''' '- HiHi ' !
!Hi '' ::. : ,, : ; IN UNUSUAL MANNER. 6acrouibesfreetint& the new' Wearing BuHdiaf. We will .

;I.I;n! .'.. :'.. f I . ,' "r . ",f'", ;'I'i'>\\i";,'\"{"r'. !Ii ,, _ be pleated.,to. bar. yon visit M In our, new'quarter*., r,

!Ii '....-.-.. : " ,' .. .. ., ,: . '_ ,_., ..1o + ...'i J,,. : !Ii While George O. Dean was fishing .
!Ii ;' '. EVERY'' ;' off the city dock Tuesday afternoonhe WE, ARE LISTING BARGAINS, . EVERY. DAT., ,
is
day / this '
a bargain day at !HiHi perceived a strange sight, the same Consult. -
fist and
our should fail find "
1- being'I. jack fish' making its you. to therein the kind
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way

,,. .: .... store. Our stock is complete :in.. .1; a ,;. ' Hi! perch rapidly.in through its.mouth the. water with a in of looking property np you such require property call on as" or you write desire... and we will take pleasure'. ,


!x ._z: every- HiHi Mr. Dean at.first mistook the jack'. YOU CANNOT MAKE A MISTAKE YOU ,. b
'-' -" '- department.We.can :........ WHEN BUX FLORIDA
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: ;- for'an-alligator,- but1 he discovered -- .-----,.. .. ...-
!x. his mistake later. As the fish LAND WELL LOCATED. ... f

supply .everything to furnish x; neared the waters where he had been When you see any'property.advertised by at yon can Kit as* ..

HiHi .. the !Ii casting his hook, he drew in the line sired that it is not Low, Flat Land, subject to overflow. Wo do. Dot. 1

!1C home or .run .. : !Ii and and threw hauled the it hook rapidly out in.over The the hook fish II list.that kind of property, neither do we offer it for sale.. '

!x the farm HiHi caught in the body of the perch and .
or grove ; he drew both fish to land. I "
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(4' .. I Though he considers himself some ORANGE GROVES. .
!Hi t
" I =n fisherman, Mr. Dean says he never Wo hare some of the best Orange Groves in Osceola County listed with, .

.,, !Ii HiHi caught a fish in such a way before us, as follows i One twenty-fire acre grove one fifteen'aero grove, one twain
"!Ii. ; and he doesn't think that any other
sere grove one fcn aero two three
grove; acre grove and one two aero
fisherman grape
HiHi !HiHi ever did. Therefore, he
thinks the incident worthy of public fruit (Tore. All of these are first class groves, which can purchased af .

x Osceola Hardware Company record, which is here made. Neitherfish reasonable prices and on easy tm.... We will introduce yon to the owners \ '

HiHi caught the hook in its- outh, but and let yon deal direct with them. : ,,{
the hook caught in the body of the .
; !HiHi fish which was held firmly betweenthe No: 801-An attractive home in No. 429-Large lot on which is located
Pinedale. This
property is just outside one seven-room and one three-
jaws of the larger fish. Mr. Dean
of city limits, on high ground room house. Large house Is lighted
HiHi asserts,' moreover, that he wouldn't douse, is two-story and contain. eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen t
dare to tell such a story if the catch rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin- sink, small house also has sink and .
tt ; hadn't been witnessed by half a dozen ish, two porches, fine well and large toilet. We will sell this property as i
!fi Hi persons who will vouch for its truth- barn. This house is located on a five- a whole or separately. This property '

oliYY! ; ; ; ;!xyylxtf'x; YYYYfiYfi; ; ; ;! ; !fflxxxxxxxxxxylxxxxxxY ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; fulness. acre city and tract lake.with Land beautiful is adapted view of to citrus the- is in well investment located if, :will rented.pay Price 10 per of cent both,

fruits and trucking. This property houses, $2,500.
A Pennsylvania family has been can be had for $3,300 on very
found every member of which has two favorable terms. Will introduce customer No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just '
to owner and let them deal di- short distance beyond city limits '
on
ALMOST : No Longer Interested. somebody else gets his place then hearts apiece. The first authentic Shingle Creek road.. Close to splendid r
Theodore Lane, who resided at the some other revolutionist will\ rise up discovery of a case of twd hearts beat- rect.No. high school, churches and market. p,
GIVEN AWAYUsed I home of his parents, 7349 Holton avenue to want the place of the man who ing as one, as often as we have heard ., 309-Splendid new six-room Price $30 per acre. Terms on part if P
house just inside limits --
city fine
deep desired;
takes Madero's place. That is the about It.-Richmond Virginian.liYYiYYYYYYYYYY. ,
had a toothache the other morn- well, lot contains two acres of ground, ..
ing. It was a bad toothache, too, and way revolutions revolve down that good new barn, wagon and buggy No. 473.-We have two eight-room
cars taken in exchange, guaranteed Theodore let the neighborhood know way.-Philadelphia Press. sheds, all under good new fence. Fine : houses, suitable for rooming or board- .'
; ;
; ; ; ;
in perfect condition, and with ; ; ; ; ; location for small truck garden or'' ing purposes; they have electric lights
all equipment. We always have car all about it. But when his father got "While the government is appropriating !Hi 1 Hi poultry ranch. ;This is a fine prop water and sewer connections; located k
hand. home that evening (this is accordingto funds and inland' !Ill ANNOUNCEMENTS. osition where you will have the freedom I in splendid resident section. Call onus
bargains on developing 'Ifi
his father) the 00:- was calm and I of the country, yet close enoughto and we will show them to you. The
One 1600 Ibs Lozier for $400.00. seemed at waterways," remarks the Orlando Re !Hi Hiffilfi ; enjoy all the advantages of the prices are reasonable terms easy.
Would make a fine delivery wagon. peace. porter-Star, "why not ask for an appropriation city, such as splendid high school, best
"Has your tooth stopped aching, ! !Hi Hi !ifi Hi; Hi; Hi !Hi !Hi !Hi !Hi Hi; markets, churches, etc. Price No. 381.-A 20-acre tract located on '
$1,500.
One 1912 KEO, [5) pass., driven 3200 to connect the St. Johns
Teddy!" asked Theodore, Sr. marl road, two miles from depot on
miles $650.00 river and the Kissimmee river, using No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city
St. Cloud road.
One Warren' -Delrolt, 36 h.p. [5) pass, "I don't know," answered the young I Ithe chain of lakes by way of Orlando I hereby announce my candidacy limits, on the Orlando hard road. Landis house and three-acre Property orange has grove good in ;
for re-election to office of
the City cleared, fenced and ready for the
1911, cost new $1850[ driven 4000 ster"Don't I ? The Reporter-Star declares that Marshal.. bearing. This grove will yield from
The elevation
mileR, to go at 60000.: know. Why, what do you vessels of light draft would then havea tf-pd F. W. PITTMAN. p4ow.for citrus fruits and is trucking.high, suitable This 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each
mean 7""It's very fine inland route, via the St. year. Sufficient land cleared and in ,
\\e are agents for LOZIEK-MICHI-]\ property will soon be available for
I out." Johns, the lakes, Kissimmee river, For Mayor. cultivation to increase grove to twelve ,. ;
resident
CAN; 40 and R-C-II send for purposes, as the city is expanding .
cars, cat Cleveland Plain Dealer. Okeechobee and Caloosahatchee river, or fifteen acres, and at same time can
, alogues. I I to the Gulf of Mexico. This it declares We are authorized to announce the 200.00. rapidly. A bargain at $1- be yielding any'garden truck desired.If .
name of FRED W; BASS candidate in search of property that will ,
would not only be a pleasant, as a -
MICHIGAN MOTOR CAR CO. The situation for Madero in Mexico but a shorter route than at present, for the office of Mayor of Kiee No. 459.-Five acres inside city, bring results this fall, and at all times
41West Adams SL Phpne 4787 doesn't get any better, and it looks and absolutely safe. The idea is on cleared, fenced, plowed ready for while extending new grove, investigate -
more and more as if his time Were i that will no doubt be discussed in the simmee. cultivation. This tract is near the this. This property is convenient .

:, -C. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. limited. The difficulty is that when I State.-Jacksonville Times-Union. At the solicitation of my many Aultman 000 takes farm it. on high ground. $1- to one town end., has Price marled 4200.road on one side,

friends, I hereby announce myself a 4 .
candidate for Mayor of Kissjmmee'
i City, and solicit your support. KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." a

GEO. F. PARKER.I Here's the opportunity to buy homesite in the newest and best located''I"' ";

i Business and Banking hereby announce myself as a can- sub-division. ,

didate for Mayor, subject to the will PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette street*.verloos.. i ;

't of the people at the ensuing election.I ing the City and Lake, and i i. bound to became one of !the best resident' subdivisions -

'i .. respectfully ask your support in Kissimmee. This ii where the birds sing and not where the frogs ,

--*--- Should always be closely related, and the financial JAMES- W. LILLY. croak. Lots are high and well drained, This addition i i. planned for,people .

.t institution that can afford the greatest accommodation For Councilman. who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough !land : '::.d!t,1-

to build a real home on at a moderate price: We expect to sell all these lots '
"
I announce ;
to. its customers is an assert to auy com I hereby! myself a 'candidate ,
, . ., for the 6ffice of Councilman this winter. Call early and get your choice., Prices range $70.00 to $100 I<>! per'Y i.:y '. '

. munity. and respectfully solicit the support of lot on easy terms of payment. ' '. ,

I An institution that has at all times exerted all the voters of this city. I promiseif 0 2 .

I every effort to accomodate and please its patrons elected to give the same careful LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS.Of -
attention to the city's interest that I
I is found in the would to my private business. Elec- course every one desires a home close to beautifu) Lake!; Tohopekaliga .

tion March 29th, 1913. We have nice high lots near the lake, which we are offering at prices E

Respectfully, R. D. WARING.I !that are attractive. See these lots, get our prices tmd tenet on them before.

Li_ Citizens Bank you decide on a location for a home ,

wish to announce my candidacy No. 474.-We have two four room No. 475.-Close In .ho.... This Is
for member of the Council subject a nice little house of five
City cottages located on nice high lots, rooms and
of Kissimmee to the will of of the voters of 7SHxl47V4 feet each, within two bath corner, with lot 75xt20 modern feet.conveniences Within two on

, Kissimmee in the approaching elec- blocks of in
paved street South Kls- blocks of Broadway. House furnished
tion. simmee. One of these houses is on complete, ready to move in and begin ,: ;
G. H. PRATHER.I a corner lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expenditure .

0 am a candidate for Councilman to these homes at a very low price,' and price of which additional we offer money the property above for.the ;...R\: ,
on terms. '
easy Price $2,200.00 including furniture. / ,i
be elected at the next city.. election,
Our past years of satisfactory record in the financial and respectfully solicit the support of >111
the voters of TCi* iinme - SMALL FARMS: _
world stand out as a tribute to our efforts in this sectionto "
DOZIER LEITNER. No. 476.-Nice little country home, five large rooms, porch savers outbuildings
furnish a financial institution that would at all times consisting of five acres land good new I such as grain houses,.tool ,
I take this means of announcing my three-room cottage, barn and poultry and wagon sheds stables, etc. One,,
r five the greatest aid to the business concerns in our midst house. This is only half deep artesian well and one surface +
for the
candidacy position of Coun- limits
mile outside city on best hard well. This land adjoins the finest
and at the same time e as conservative as necessary to I cilman, subject to the action of the road in" the county. /Splendid place 1 orange grove in the country, growing .
voters at the forthcoming city elec- for poultry. Price $800. I on the same kind of land. All kinds
: I safeguard our interests. We call attention to our comparative tion. I pledge my best endeavors fora 'of crops grow encouragingly on this }
No. 477.-Close in small farm. This I land
and it is the
the time that have been in exist businesslike administration( so far splendid lies inside prettiest place for
i depo.itslfor I we property just corporate ""a home in this section of the country. i
; I as it is possible for one holding that limits, on high elevation over- There is a fine line of forest trees on ,.
ence. position to control. looking the city and lake contains I the outside of the fence, with a bead z
i'' J. W. THOMPSON.In three acres good land, all cleared and I tiful palm inside of the yard, also
'under good fence. Small box house. 1 some thrifty maples, magnolias, live
This property is well located for sub oaks and
several
: I Comparative Statement of Deposits making this my announcement : division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental other varieties shrub-of ;
for councilman, I wish to promise,the' party that secures it and sub-divides bery and flowers. We want to introduce 1
f voters in soliciting their support that : t into city lots. Price $1,000.00. you to the owner of this land
i Commenced Business April 2. 1910. : I shall exercise in that position, if I No. 20-kcre and let you buy direct. You can buy :
471.-A home. This it 1
: I at a bargain and
: on favorable ;
elected, the best judgment: I can com- splendid property lies two miles north I terms of payment ;
I Dec. 31, 1910-------------------------------- 120244.43 mand in discharging the duties and from town, is practically level, rich
I obligations of the office. dark gray soil with fine chocolate I FARM FOR SALE r
I subsoil; 16 acres cleared and in cul- Located on good road
T. M. RIVERS.I one-quarter ,1 .
I II Dec. 31, 1911----------------------------- 172,260.28 tivation, the remaining four acres 'mile from city limits, good fiveroomI ;
fenced, covered with a good growth I celled house, large new barn, thirty ;a
j 268,382,44 hereby announce myself a candi- of pine timber with home scatteringoak acres of land, twelve of which is in
Dec. 31 1912------------------------- about Itt of nice
; acres
young cultivation sixty'
date for member of the City Council young orange and
thrifty grove in bearing, besides
a grapefruit trees
of Kissimmee subject to the action of number of fine Japanese persimmon trees, some plum, and seventy-five pear trees peach one ,

the electors in the forthcoming elec- trees, some peaches, mulberries, good family horse, one buggy, one v;
tion. I take this method of pledgingmy blackberries, two kinds of grapes: wagon, two sets harness, fifty chickens ",i
and a few bananas. The buildingsare ten head cattle and all '
best efforts in the interest of the tools necessary
j.rsas..ass. comfortable, but not of great to cultivate
place. A bargain at
city in the event of my election. value,,consisting of a box house of, $2,600. Write us for terms. .
M... Bt WILSON. .
DIRECTORS .. I .

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President P K WEAVER NOTICE. "WE SELL HOMES.
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Arthur E Donegan II. M. PFANN. tat Vice-President ;, ,1."
Notice is hereby given that in orderto ? I
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C. W. DANN. 2nd L.VicePresidentA. II. COIIOON qualify to vote in the city election, "
W. WINN Cashier I H. M. BREAKER CO.'Vf
,President. d F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL poll taxes must be paid An or before fc

J 4rr Vans Agnew & Crawford Attorneys. Saturday, February 8. I _

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; AT GRAYSTONE: HOTEL :: Classified Advertisements ,

Ready-to-wear GarmentsGrowing I, _

IN GOOD SPIRITS **WHEN .HE .*t, *dverti.eatU .r* luvrted ...er tkU.k.ad art.. mte .f Fi..

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More Popular"Ladies AWAY SHORT TIME AFTER. : ':' !
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t .: I FOR SALE.: SALE-* One good driving ; '
one work horse, one exceptIons
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.Col. II. C. Trigg died in his room at.. WINDMILL steel tower, also woods rider's, horse. May be
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the-- Graystone( hotel at 9:30 Sunday cypress tank 2200 gallons also on at 67 Oak' street. a-il

find it, Cheaper: to Buy Dresses Ready Made, evening. Death came unexpectedlyand retired. This tank outfit with walkway U in perfect around conditionand tank. FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Fawn. -
after Col. had
soon Trigg cost $300.00, will Bell. for $125 White' Indian 'Runner Duck '
than to buy material and then make them. Also there He had been in-happy spirits duringthe cash, or will exchange for anything $2.50 for 15,'. by mail 2.75; I

. day, and oat on the front veranda useful. Apply Durant Mercantile orders at JR. 8,. Floyd's grocery

is not so much worry in trying to select the Styles in of the hotel after the evening meal, Exchange, Kusimmeeu 0-lt, Kissimmee store, or ,address Fla. Lock,,box 6-4t 4-"L

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and upon leaving to retire to his room FOR SALE--Fullblood R. I. Reds'

We make of Ready-to-wear he bade the other guests of the housea eggs for hatching, 15 for $1.50. C. I FOR SALE-Well established grocery

vogue. a specialty cheery goodnight. He ,was accom- IL. Blanchaine. business, enjoying good trade; bett

to his by his nurse, Miss of reasons for selling; excellent lo.
panied room
,j Garments. Call and see them--Silks Serges Peque FOR SALE OR RENTCommodiousfamily cation, cheap rent. Full particular ':
Lillie ,May Craig, who has been in at- residence, wide verandas, to interested parties. Nelson Btaltr!

tendance upon him for several years. with outbuildings, Blowing well; 60 Company. '4-tf
: Percale and Lawns. The veteran called good night to the acres of land, portion under cultivation -
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woman after" he was in bed, at Hammock G.ove, Kis- FOR SALE-Ten acres of good ?
young simmee, Fla. Apply to A. E. in Northwest Kissimmee, fNfntii.,
and shortly afterward she heard a Drought. 2-tf East on Vine stree. Suitable

i'H. C. STANFORD CO. gurgling sound which alarmed her. small fruits, vegetables, ceDe,,! I
She rushed 'to his side and found him FOR SALE-13500.will buy a valuable trucking, dairy or chicken farm.)

gasping and in a few minutes' was property in the heart of Kisslm- sold quickly, will take t.760.
I mee, now paying about ,14 per cent. which is lets than the city asses
_II. / dead. on the above amount. Enhancingin j valuation. O. F. Kribbs, KlsslmZ,

r _ Col. Trigg was 82 years of age, and & Co.value. every day. II. M. Breaker S9tf I mee, Fla. 4tf'

although he had been subject to se-

SEND 'I thY DICRECTORY county judges pass on probate mat- vere attacks for some time, he was FOB SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine .FOR rant SALE doing-good First business Class Al Best Resttu"10.",
KISSIMMEE TO ters is absurd if not hazard
actually usually in very good health and his $75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at cation in town. Reason for selling

.a i TAKING SHAPE PAST ous. In some counties the county good nature was unfailing. lie had $60.00. Both in good shape. F. my undivided time required to look

SEVERAL I judge knows nothing whatever about been a regular winter visitor to Kissimmee Vans Agnew. . 49-tf after property interests of other

a DELAGATESj i law, and there is no more abstruse; for a number of years', dating ORDER YOUR trees at once from parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kissimmee

i j 1 1' WILL BE HANDSOME BOOK law than probate law. The .ystani back to the time when the old hotel Griffing Bros., W. II. Brokaw, salesman Fla. 3-tf.
should be I room No. 1, State Bank Build-
such as to Insure the most
Continued from Page One.) OF THREE HUNDRED I'AfiES: stood upon the site now occupied by ing. 40tf FOR SALE-Large size billiard tabl,
.4 ( competent judicial determinate: of I with full
j the Graystone. He was a guest in equipment. Apply to

lando to Kissimmee is a very good probate cases, and at present. this tan- the house at the time it was drstroyedby FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- Frank Vans Agnew |
In the hands of C. F John.on, of not be. forced cement fence posts and 250
It road," said Mr. Smith. "I came in fire and he and his wife were well FOR SALE-Four good mules. J. W.
the Valley Gazette staff, the city directory "I believe the constitution should cypress fence posts. A. B. Jarrell,
over that road and made the distance I be known to Kissimmee* residents lie At Kissimmee Drug Co. Miller. lit ,
t for Kissimmee is fast taking
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In an hour. All the road needs is to | ii'i 1 elastic instrument under which the had tOnic this tune with the purpose -
shape, and it will not be lone before 1.I l ht could k I b FOR SALE-2 h. International FOR RENT. l'
, ( gol> Uf ( WQI wit griMlMfisortopi and p.
& be dragged with a log drag, and it j of ivmainmg) through the winter,
the data for its will harvester
j compilation beI gasoline engine, in good
; : will be a good road. I made the dis- ready for the printer. 1 so that letorms inuIJ l he in It was only a few days ago that he running order. Will sell at a sac- FOR RENT-One store building on

tance in an hour tonight." He then I j Mr. Johnson made 'tituied from tin'!" to time- "l. ttuiiieet I told ;\fll nil g'"I' David R Porter that he rifice if taken at once. Apply at Broadway; one 9-room house; 'one
I \has a "dummy"i ''H'rmps aji'i'Mit: W)I hout tin Gazette office. 6-room residence 4-room hOUlt '
showed a cut of a log drag, which is expected) ( to he in Kissimmee until 37tf ; one ..
I i the book to be printed. It is two "'xpinse and trouble of upsetting/ I I to; I I MI S. E. E. WELLS, Willson
simply constructed affair and inex- j ;Mu. lie had tried other
}Jreaort
i or three times the size of the usunl I I FOB SALE-Seasoned grapefruit Building. 6-tf ,
>11t.(1'
. pensive. lie said that it was one of : directory for towns of Kissmme: 'sl I : tiuctute"How ,plates in Honda but he regarded Kis- trees, two years old, good condition, I

the most effective road Working de- l! class; Kissimmee will do this better, Revi'i .' i i. /PbIhtertuo I si lml11l'l' a- I the best location of any, 25 cents. Henry W. Smith, Wau- !{I FOR RENT OR S A LE Two-story
vices that had ever been invented, and constitutional! rnovisioti, fur ri! and took an evident delight in his; chula, Fla., nurseries on Kissimmee ) store building on Brack Nona
I was so simple and so cheap that just because it has acquired that \ismjr"' the lonstitution I is that two- I \'I isithen) .. River, Bass nger 52-8t pd ,I- Kissimmee. H. C.' Stanfo.J 29-tf
habit. The book will contain throe thirds) of the c-ntin ni'-niltel 1 1',1., or I '
counties the it : DWELLINGlTfor
of
,i many rejected use hundred pages, and the advertising ('()t. Tl'lj'gIwnw was in Glasgow, I FOB! SALE Beggar weed seed 50c j i rent, opply to x.
both I 1
I luniuhe1 of the I I Legislating t ) I 1
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I P ,because they concluded that Hie mak- space in it will soon be at a PI''',) lum, : liiutucky. He reared a large familyand per lb. Velvet beans $3.00 per bu., Tiller. .
;: ing of good roads', could not be done vote for it. and that it shall linn !I" gI'ewl.althy therellI' Tom Watson and other varieties of ---
BO easily. if orders continue to come m as they "submitted
: ,, have Directory) advertising is *\al- at I the .next. genoial elettion If I a 'in.ijontv : -I recently president of the Trigg years of honorable business deal- with all city conveniences. ApplY'to '

The Good Road. Meeting At Eustis. I I uable because it is permanent and is vote in favor of levmi'ii, I he :National Bunk. of Glasgow, a'nJ at ings is Our foundation for success W. B. Harris Gazette office tf
: *"* ", 'before the time of his death was president of and your guarantee of ,
I Mr. Smith urged that a strong delegation constantly the people. Mr next I legislature shall} ] puss a luu' 'I proper
I Johnson has decided 1 piniding the dlasgow; Railway Co. lie is survived treatment. Girardeau Seed Co., I I MISCELLANEOUS. .
; be sent to Eustis on Feb, 25, | not to crow< the \' for constitutional v-on i,i't'on'; Monticello, Fla. 3-lSt. ...'. '
feIff where the annual meeting of the book with advertising, ani those;; who within six months after 'h'3 : by a large family In additionto ___ I I WADE, the'tuner, Orlando.

; Good Roads Association was to beheld I get in it will find it more attractive on' I of the law ]pa"ag-e I his wife there are ten children, ]FOR SALE-Ten head of good log-j!1
;Mrs. John Vreeland ging mules. We have only ten left. WANTED) -Five acres of land, iroI
this He had been to Eustis this account. There is to be no mun.-in.: of Louisville; I
year. It IS likely that branch. of I
a the Selling out mule.s<<: on account of logging I I proved; must be cheap. Addr.ut
he said and found that making al advertising, a thing which the Mrs. C. U. McElroy, of Bowling Green, 1
they were :Xi w ('nll titutllILl'ague of Florida with skidder. Any one wanting C. M. G. care Gazette. Itpji]
I Ii
to' modern directory has introduced to Mrs. J. W. Kruger, of Glasgow; Mrs. '
treat preparations entertain will I I lie 01 gui n ized in Osceola county to I good mules at a bargain will i
l the delegates, and were ready to take the detriment of the book's appear: further the movement for H constitutional W. Morgan Schuster!' of New York; do well to call on us. At mill, eight I I I MEET me at Kissimmee Drug 1
. :Mrs. T. I'. Dickinson, of Glasgow Dr. miles from Kissimmee. Ansley'1 I and will drink
7 ouo of all corners. He said it was ance. I ,convention. The ' ; we get a of the be%. ,
The Kissimmee } movement was Louise B. Tngg, who Lumber & Tie Co. 3-tf soda water made. Sltf .
to bills that directory will contain i is a physicianat ,
+ necessary get were going ; started c to be introduced at the next session I full information concerning the !liua-1 organization which was designed the iiopKinsvine asylum; tlanson,1 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES arise

,. of the Legislature in good shape and organized life of the town and county,,' to be state-wide in its and Ballard and Paul D. Trigg, of Glasgow -' that a great many cattleowners, cojiI I from time to time to acquire valuable

all agreed upon before they were pre- as to the official and- court calendars,, effort will be made scope an: and Herbert Trigg, of Los :An- elude that the tick does not hurt their lots and tracts in the growing

sented. Two bills looking to the building lodges, clubs, churches, etc. It will'I in to have local leagues geles. cattle; the fact is that.they are nearlyall j*1 city of St. Cl ud, at bargain prices.
eve"ry county. Address A. E. '
: Drought St.
Cloud
r of good roads throughout; the be the first publication of the kind In addition to his prominence in infected and are dying of'what is Fla. 2-tf
i
2 T. State -will be a bill to establish the ever issued in Kissimmee, and the aim business Col. Trigg was noted all I known af Texas fever, caused directly i .,

..- t ,office of State Highway Commission- of the publisher is to make it so complete I WEEKLY RECEPTION over the country as a fox hunter, havIng by the tick. An imported cow at- "CHESAPEAKE"-Situated upon a

:: . ', J\er and another to abolish the convict that no subsequent edition will been engaged in the sport for tacked by the tick would develop the beautiful knoll six miles south of
be able ,WAS WELL ATTENDED fever'in acute form the natives have Kissimmee, Fla., on the east shore of ,
.' r lease ,aystem'and put the conviction, improve on it. many years. His kennels are famous ; Lake Tohopekaliga water view fix
;
r, ,:'thepublic roads.; lie believed that all over the country. Col. Trigg \ in its chronic form." miles; Is a six-room !bungalow> ; a ,

,tmiboth'bills, were going to pass at this CONSTITUTION j UAp.ER; ing ,been ecpecailtook much interest The war against the tick has. just fountain of ever-flowing pure sulphur 1
cession and said that a' strong lobby NEW HOUSE FILLED WITH I took much interest in al lot' the' Fox begun in Florida, and the State Boardis water that has cured the writer J

would be sent to Tallahassee to campin PEOPLE WHO HEARD MUSIC Hunters' Association meetings, haying trying to get the owners' of tattle of worst case of inflammatory rheumatism ,

front of the State House until AND been in to co-o)Qrate in exterminating the j that was thought to be a
they IS MUCH NEEDED READINGSThe especially active<<: the sport hopeless case; 17% acres of land, 10
v were passed since his health began to fail and he plague. Dr. Dawson called on a number -I acres of myrtle trees .and pasture; I

) Before ha had finished his talk Mr. was forced to give less time to his of cattle owners and two of then, seven and a half acres cleared, plowed -';;
; Smith had aroused much interest (Continued from Page 1)) Chapter House was the scene active business affairs. I K: L Lesley and Capt F F Hunter and fenced,.ready for this springs i

., nis of another pleasant affair Tuesday agreed to build vats for dipping, Thi crop; fine hunting in winter and;
among hearel1l. mere were a own part, I think all inferior courts The remains were shipped to Glas-
number I evening, when Mrs. W. L. Winn and tick is killed by dipping the fishing the year round; a good prop. \,
of prominent in cattle in
< men the I should be abolished and that each Mrs. S. II. Bullock as hostesses entertained I gow Monday afternoon, being accom- ; osition to one ijpeking a home for
crowd, including Representative H. county should have a judge with cir- with a fmusical I panied by Miss Craig and Mr. Frank an arsenical solution. The Slate health, profit and pleasure. For!,

.i'' Clay Stanford, Chairman E. L. Lesley cuit court judicial authority, and that tamed with program o I Doyle J. W. Thompson, the undertaker Board furnishes the blue /priT>',s for sale: Address owner, Mrs. M. E.1
-of the a program of musical the construction these Riggen, Kiesimmee Fla., Sattsfae4
County Commissioners, Supt. I this judge should sit the / of( v its; they ,
round. the
prepared for
year numbers announced Mr. body ship
by Verner
V tory reference. 4-tf'
rot Public Instruction, W. J. Sears, n.1 I mean to do away with justice courts, Ellis. ment. The funeral was expected to 'are easily built and are i.t'\: :ensive. ;
C. Miller, C. W. Ward, R. David Por- are easily built and are inexpensive ,
county courts and county judges' The program was more elaborate be held in Glasgow Wednesday. : 0' + + + + + + + + + . + !
ter, A. B. Wrenn,. S. B. Aultman; S. courts and courts of criminal recqrd,, than usual, but it was not too long to 13y this /process one bundled, cows can I I fl

1 Edmund Swabey and others. Mr. and let everything be brought before be in the least tiresome be dipped an hour. The bath is sure I > Wanted-To correspond with +.

Smith's visit will be fruitful of increased the circuit judge of the county, then an hour for its rendition, requiringjust MANY CATTLE DYING death to the tick but it takes about parties interested in Florida +

I interest in road building, and we could afford to three days for it to do the work lands. Improved or unimproved. + ";
pay a good lawyer The Brownie orchestra, with B. Ie WITH, <- Oranges 4
TEXAS PEVER growing on improved
,g .i a good delegation will from Kis- thoroughly. If the extermination of
.. go a big enough salary to make.the position Witt Brown, directing, gave two num- the > and all other suited to citrus .I
nimmee tick
.. -. to attend the convention at worth while. 1 bees and responded to an encore. This is undertaken systematically, fruit and vegetables. Pine land 4, .

Eustis "The present custom of having was .Mr.: Brown's first Dr) Dawson says. the State can bend p or hammock, prairie or muck, in + .

,. _._ I appearance STATE BOARD OF HEALTH INVESTIGATES of the tick in a short time, com- large or small tracts. Prices 4 I'
since
--- his recent illness and this
-- .. 1"... n" ,..io.._ _..,>:._,._.__, ...L_ '._1.was'n"t _ AND WILL CONDUCT naratlvelv. The tick U' doeR__,_ nnt n._ Havolnn__ ._._,.. *> and terms and in right. Near new railroad 4.
I w" vu auu. "", WI'" LOOJ< occasion new countrY. Write +
the
1: to express their appreciation WAR ON TICK. except on cow, and it cannot livein 1 Jas. A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla. It!* 1
I water. It develops on the cow and 4
_ Pino: Quality Ladies' Oxfords I of the.young director in generous applause. after reaching a certain age it dropsoff + + 444 + 44+. 4. 4 .64.++",

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\
That hundreds of attle
- this
-- in
and
--- - sec its
-- - - -- lays If the '
eggs. tick is
.
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The hostess for
,; next Tuesday tion
even- with Texas
,; are dying fever caused killed on the cow the of
j -- : ing will be Misses Ruby Ellis and from the ravag of the cattle tickis is'nipped in process the bud. reproduction FOR SALE .J'
Marietta
Pfann. the conclusion reached 'Dr.
by Dr. Dawson

.., 4- 1 -.- I(: The following. program was given: Charles F. Dawson, State Veterinarian State before recently the committee representedthe on 1 5-acre tract for $500. \\ ,
J l Orchestra. 2 5-acre tracts for f300. ;
after an investigation.Dr. ? ,
agricylture of "
Congress
& i L Vocal solo Miss Berta asking for 4 5-acre tracts for $1600."I.
Bryan, piano Dawson came to Kissimmee yes an increase of the /f

t f :4 - fJ accompaniment by Miss Elizabeth terday after a visit to the St. Cloud fight the cattle tick. appropriation The annual to 18 5-acre tracts for $1350. )
-1' I Carson. appropriation 70
acres for $1000.
district
-: I having been sent there by the for this purpose has been$250OOQi iff
| Reading-Miss Marietta Pfann. State health officer upon request of ; an increase to 900 acres with fine orange and grap :'

1 Violin golo-Miss Blake, Mrs. S. II. cattle owners. asked. Dr. $750,000 was I' fruit grove, $35' per acre.COTTAGES : "

:'r : Bullock, accompanist. "The State Board of Health is go- received Dawson the delegation says the committee .. $:'

-1 L : I Vocal solo-Miss Buzza, Miss Amos ing to make a determined fight to rid and he has reason to hope cordially that the, ,,1 6-room cottage wIts 2 lots, $800. j ,

j accompanist. this State of the cattle tick," said Dr. appropriation ,will at least be doul !ed. 1 5-room cottage with '2 lots, $1600., "

.) tL\ I Reading-Mrs. Earl Lupfer. Dawson to a reporter for the Gazette. He attaches great 1 5-room cottage with 1 lot, $1500. 3
importance to tick
___ $.3:50:_ i Orchestra. "We are going before the next Legislature eradication, and thinks if Florida can 1 5-room cottage with lot 75x147'*!

; 4. I Reading-Mrs. Blenis. and ask for authority to spend show a clean bill on this score that electric lights, hot and cold wateiP,

-. For the latest Piano solo-Miss Florence Canning. money for this purpose. This does the cattle industry will begin to grow barn, nice yard, close in, $2100f, ,::1.;
Vocal solo
:a -Miss Derbyshire, Miss not mean that we are going to ask and
.11 PUMPS AND I Amos bring better returns than has HOUSES L C))"

i ._.9 ,,1 OXFORDS accompanist.Miss for an appropriation; the State Boardis ever been known. Southern cattle and 1 10-room house, modern m close WJ.;

\ Ladies' button Oxfords in cloth well provided with funds; but it is their products have $3750. "'
t Vema Holt was the hostessof always been at a r, ,
w top. the Sewing Club Accessary to get the Legislative authority discount on account of the tick, he 1 12-room house, modern, close 111,',
i" Patent short Ladies'Pumps Wednesday morn- to spend it. and ",1' ,
i
vamp ing. These says, no one thing has retarded *4250- o,
Cuban heel. weekly events are a "The C ,..
:
movement against "
Large assortment of Misses thecattle the
and development of the business 1 8-room house modern close I h",
source of much more. f.'
pleasure to :
..;, I Children's Pumps and Oxfords Ladies Gun Metal Pumps in I the members tick in Florida is only about a month :
p ". -all sizes.Ladies' Cuban heel or low English heel. I, and in turn each member is old. The amount of mon'ey that the W. O. W.-NOTICE. Something fine, $4250., ;Z

genuine Buckskin Pump, Ladies' medium, heel, short vamp given an opportunity!, to entertain. the pest has cost the State Osceola ASK "i'.t"
cannot be Camp
w short vamp, Cuban heel, in gray flexible sole, lace Oxfords. circle. Mrs. Livingston is to be the Woodmen of the ff."
A1 white or brown, $4.00. Ladies' Velvet Pumps., I hostess for next calculated. Any cow with ticks is a World will hold a meeting next Tues '
Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs Summers 1
,Georgia R. Wrenn is sick cow, and the tick is so commonin day evening for the purpose of Installing Mary :
BROADWAY I 1 a guest Florida that this,is responsible for the newly elected officer '
Pulton-Harris at the AU /
Graystone. LAKEVIEW
Company She is visiting her stunted .. COTTAGE "
.. KJS IIrIMEE I our cattle and Is the reason Woodmen are especially .
requested to 608 Penfleld CJTd":
: son, A. R. Wrenn, local manager for that the native be Avf. Near
cows have
never the present
on this
the occasion. Meeting Clyde the second treet..e.t of coU"
McKoy Land Co. :
fever in its acute form. Thus I called at .
it is. : 7:30 house' .'
leading south.
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