Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00580
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,' MEETING: 'guarantee ed thwtfon that the'of protection'against, :a present;:new .suit' Vault.lft.does fire;sloes, :not and: '.FIRST= ::PWMARY, :WH.LBE ;..'5*..',IO'',BRYAN""Wjt'HORAWS R b.''. success' to* confess i'as. .ji,.polHician however";"after"'tH.: hav-waswilling I,BOARD. 'SlAPPElL'A"r, '.


4 o : TRADEWflCEkm in,,' the' event f.of'low -county'-clerk\ : MAJO ng'tried It, that he hadn't the 'nensarysppurtenincea "
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WARDJF' would'be'responsible.; ;.. : --J + ,' FROM... 'MA. .. ;RACE, & ': ul in municipal, as'it;poitics.Therewasn't were;; ;: to;beuccessf LOCAL;; N WSfAi'flki $ ,<

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: BE ,rw,1E-M I ,from' their>present'.height extendingniw;, of shelves"aboutIcht'feen"the'top. ;MITE, MAI'S'.' PARTY AT ,COURT' '''HOUSE" .MEETING huslaitlc wouldn't ,haye,reception received'that'k' that-more' 'which'en- I ATTEMPT, 'TO, ,'MUZZLE.. .P EiS'o" : .

of the vault, but .
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had greeted his .: ,
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'NEW PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY It'does not, solve] the problem ' ----"" ; 'He 'f bfi
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W1LL.:BE ELECTED'AS : .against fir*: The' present EXECUTIVE.. COMMITTEE BLECTJED CANDIDATES FO : OFFICES achieved 110m.,.could.rable' popular. PASSED. RESOLUTIONS. ," ,

)r : OFFICERS WISH modern vault, lacks linealQREORPAUPERSTO much 'of' -being. '::;built. on> TO SERVE *.FOR YEAR. '. ,ORATE AND TELL THE)OTERSWHY'THEY ty; but since.: ,coming out he had,wandered '. CRITICISING WORfL:,' OFa -NN..1( G ?
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< RESIDENT EDITORS"' '
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'. WHEN WILL the streets lik. lost '
'TO RETIRE. SUCCESSORS :+" WOULD LIKE TO spirit In '

..I 'BE., CHOSEN.. BE ELECTED TO OFFICE: cy',disapproval. From, this, time on, :.ED' ,BX:' 'CH'DcN.' :LLEY.Smarting ., "

!, ; said Mr. O'Bryan he would devote his
fonday- evening the" ,annualelec 1 tlql.iD ''criticisms which" '*
'.trying ,to' coax' back' to the under, ,
tiofi,of the. Kissimmee Board of Trade' 'HAVE" ATTENTIONCOMMISSIONERS 'The ,White duty of'KiRSimrmee -< races .of his friends the smiles that have C appeared in :.the' local' newspapers &.

'. will .take place, and new set of officers was orgonlted Tuesday eveningin the circuit, court room was pretty once were' 'his., Stating: his' resons concerning-: -', road ''conditions, ;>..
will be chosento 'supplant t, mare meeting 'at the, court house well filled, with.- oter.'Tueeday eveneing'wlien count 'Con '
: ", seriously for withdrawing?, Mr. olceoi! ; Y .the; Dty., ..CommissionerS --!
;those,,Who are'now In the caddie." : NAME:', 'COMMITTEE -' "Mayor N.:C.. Bryan called the\ meeting ; MavoiBrian': called .the O'Bryari said,that it would be a busU ;-'clapped back 'at. the' papers ti aid l

President JL;,C. ,Stanford .ban said( ',TO CONFER WITH ,'which had been' called for a politfr( {= meeting to order'and announced that ness. drawback for him to make the Monday;; by passing a resolution sharply -., '
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that be didn't expect to acceptthe' COUNCIL, ON SUBJECT:. cat discussion,' to:order.. :In i doing'so the meeting' had been assembled for ; /, "' condemning ,-the ,local'.'',;prints. ;'sad. : '
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"'anotherterm If It *' tie stated it' to be his opinion that the the'purpose of allowing the candidates raceMarshal. '' *' "
position or ; ,even -r-, F;, )v' Pitmanwho' is a the men who edit",them. : 1
were 'tendered him, 'and. Secretary n. 'care' of '' has been dies time had arrived-when the organization fot:/'elty,olficel ,to discuss.matters affecting candidate for re-election was,the next i The- resolution .was1' introduced: by' '

Lewis'" OTJrysn resigned some time cussed'' in City paupers Council and 'by the of 'a White Man'* party.. for the the,welfare of the.. city. of Kiseimmee. speaker;.. He 'said that' the Marshal Chairman,'E':,L..Lesley;after' .some-;;; ) I

''ago. ''but wae induced. to''serve' : his County' Commissioners'with, ,the result control ,of:city affairs:/'was desirable.Mr said the ideaof could have no;platform, except to' do what*lengthy\ .esalon.d.voted..bY"'th.:( i ' ,,; t" -

time out.. While, It U likely that that a committee has been) named : Bryan1 was duly elected chairman The Mayor he thought his duty;:he;:was. given,h11 ordersby Commissioners 'to';' hearing on the ' ',

,'there will be :no .shifting' Otherwise by .th.'latter' to '''conter/with 'the'former , of the meeting.--, D. B.. Potts and J.' IL 'coming together/ :: to'' ,, ,discus's1 city the ,Mayor-';and, was, guided: by" the subjectof'nntlnuing:; the subscripVtioita t'

it'\is In ordeirfor an,"entire. change and arrive' at'a settlement 6f the' Reese were/:elected secretaries' K.' affaiR in. an amicable 'mAnn.r'was a ordinances.',' Mr. ',Pitman said,he bad to ,the ,papers, ';w ieh were':'dis- P'
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take place.; s matter.; Clay Stanford spoke to this question good one'' ,-and he believed' the meeting i done, his. ''duty. .with 8t--fear'or favor font jnued.,the first Of the ,,year.. ,The'
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i There has been |io agitation of the The"city hasbad; to.icare: ,for in' :which he voiced,, like'entlmenta, would;be. productive of beneficial: ,, re- ,and, would" .continue to,do so If elected.F1oyd.Tlson ,subject'was revived by the appearance
and far there ; pau and. ,C. A.-.Carson made a motion,' soltprp.He introduced the candidates of : 'committee;'from the' Klaalmm.e.
abject, so are no avow pers-from tlme'.to tlmo ; al\er l the attt. ; ,, ; ,, night policeman who ;a: ,4 ,
ed candidates! for'the' position with tude'of 'Council'.i."tlustthe: ,, county which 'wascarried' thatthe_ meeting In the'.order of,their announcements.. ; II isa, ,candidate, for' Marshal .solicited Board,of Trade'to; Urge the, Commissioners '.' rMt ."

the exception' of, one announcement should bear this"burdb.: resolve Itself'Into a meeting for theorpnizatloft' l leading with.Fred M.Bass., candidate the.faro -of.the voters on the ground to reconsider their, former action ; f t
purpose
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made ,informally,,for'the ,position', of ; of the conference:is to arrive at .or'a White Man's 'party: I I'(;toy;JMayor. I that he, was .native,. son, that he believed and continue.the" subscriptions, it,". h ,

secretary*,*Alfred A. Tano who his some agreement as, to the, treatment for Kiisimmeei.. Mr., ,Stanford then' '*.-Mr. Bass's. speech was brief 'b'utm..17. : Inlaw; and order and'a 'square being 'represented that'this: bad.been' TI
mad. motion- which Was ... He. eald'that a number of \ h''"
most active a duly sec. '
+been'one of the .,members of paupers., The committee named deal, nd'that he had performed his 'profitable advertlaing'3vedtuorl
has ended and carried that t' a committeeof young'men' and a:/ew. ,older citizens the".town and at
of tha Board of Trade, indicatedhis by* h. Commissioners. is,composed of duty. in his:present' position.. 'county"an.d present
to bern In'that '' five be appointed by the'chairman! had 1 asked him'to run fon'the office, was absolutely the 'only, form Of pub*. '7
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\\willingness- capacity EM; L. Lesley, A-'FVliags: and lUymond Dozier,Leitner-was the .only-rand- ,
\\It', elected.' Mr 'Tano has been Lanier to retire and report five names, to be end) )lei had' authorir.ed'them to an< date 'foir Councilman pr lent.- 'Je licit,in' use. since the Board>> of Trade
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present at all' meetings :and has been ,- presented 'to the meeting for-' election nouace,him. .He said there! ;were some was out of funds and unable, to do. 'any-, 4' '

faithful when assigned to any,sort of as members'of,the' executive committee , people Who"regarded his candidacy,asa (Continued, DI'8'Six.) advertising: of account,. '

committee work,: and. deserves, the.. GROUND BROKEN FOR of the. proposed party. Chairman Joke;; 'L-I'm here'to'tell;, you," 'sald i H. ,.Clay-- Stanford,.:'president' of' the Ir

honor.: \ " Bryan appointed' II.; :,Clay ,'Stanford,- Mr."Bass,;Mthat it's, no Joke,'and I'm HILLIARD WANTSREWARD Board': of ;Trade j:' W.:,Lilly'C.' W"",, d# '

B. C4Uler: has been-suggested asa Roma' Thomas, .Dozler' Leitner,;;R.iT; in t&e race to win, if I can.' If. I don't Ward and,A.. B. Wrenn weds, among,,

goodman ..for president, of. 'the' METHODIST" CHURCH Butler!' and EL L Lesley'1' the 'com' win, there. will be'no harm'done' and tho.."'"who ;'addressed the: Board;; ad-f% ?' 1
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Board.' ,Mr., Miller,Is::another member -' ,, ., mittee, ."Who/reported .the .followingnames no bard feelings1/ '" Mr.: ''Bass', con .OFFEREDFORSUYERoTwRLHIlllARO vocating the'continuance of the newspaper 1,

who never misses a metlngTand" it '""--' to 'compose the,"'executive "committee ttnu >d .by, saying that it had .been report : ) ',patronage.) When they: had' r

is:,believed':that 'fidelity';of' thb'kb d WILL COSTCOMPLETES20.000 'for,the White ,.Man's/llarty; to sd that,he was in favor of gambling'and.blind i fllsisliedtChalrman! ) E., 1..., Lesley; drew, a''F'4i

should be reward ''' serve for'one; "year from the,date;'of 'tigers.. He.,.denied a- 'typewrittenresolution from his 7?", T
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: $ '--- the city election J' ''B.. C. Miller, C.,A. thleeaylnSthat:; ; he, regarded, .the ,pocket,' which it, is understoodhad '' 4''

Carson,'W. C.Bass, GH,1' Newhouse, .., blind tiger as ono of the greatest evils, ,11 .., been .prepared 'several days, ,In','advance -' , 1
I !j'j'UILDIN6 I BOOM ,IN ,EDIFICE,WILL OCCUPY .CORNER' ,1. II. Smith: and, Defected; would :-do" his'part as FATHER OF YOUNG of the meeting,'and.presented'. ., '4
ON, CHURCH STREET ;AND. MAN'.WHO
This committee,''h ld'a' meeting/ Mayor toward doing away, with,it. 1t, as representing his "views..* The ...-' ; t;
{,rfi KISSIMMEE!< : LASTS 1_* 'DAK1N; AVENUE, W1LL"BE't. Wednesday'evening/ and. organized by He said he favored a city:dock' : and "LOSS!; HIS "LIFE IN DECEM4, '' solution waspassed in the following .'

'FINISHED BY., SEPT., .... electing B.' C. Miller...chalrman' and art-j\b1 C!,:'ImproVementilong: '.as ,::1"BER" .-yAPEEARY..BEFORECO.'COMMISSIONERS. 'i'modified form, '''th..1' /origlnaE>;being\

.- ; !!. ,C, Bass :..ereta'l7. A :call 'for",. the money lasted; lie did not believe much, more severef s ;

STRUCTURES, ..';:SOON. : TQ( BE IN ,Ground'' was broken this week to primary election was formulated and' in" burdening 'the city: ;with. debt,,,be :- Whereas for J some" .time ,put the' J
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adopted. The first prim& 7 will, beheld said, to'',get the trnprovementyJames Board of County Commissioners :Iol"Oaceola.county : '
COURSE'OF CONSTRUCTION the foundation 'Com
work possibie
prePare for uponwhich' It is that the_County
have for a" ,'"
jntrO- subscribed \,
Lilly next
March- 8 and the 'second primary W< was ,, ,
MEN 'BUSY. will rest .pew Methodist missioners will offer.a. reward for the t! :,
WILt. KEEP. ,, a certain number of."papers both of the .t.
w church., This contract was ;let Monday March 15.;; The. election. takes place duced. H. 'said he ;was presentJn'response capture of'the slayer of Carl Hilliard, Kiaimme.Valley Gazette 1 and !the, '
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evening by the Board of Stewards'to ,March 29;, to a'proclamation of the Mayor who, lost his life while'' returning by Osceola Journal for distribution, to] I': :-fj; t

.Th{building boom which,started In Sona.i The'primary '.lectionl'' thus'called, calling upon ,the candidates. to};,,come water from Miami to- Kissimmee' prospective settlers 'outside 'of : the; ,"< "
S, S Buzz & Contracts.1 before Christmas.J. .
shortly
'" : and of .their deeds State,of,, Florida, with a'view o.n.) t ;:
Kissimmee'about two years a&'O'has will'be awarded ,will be'the- first ever held in KisstaV 'give an account JO Hilliard, father' of ..CartHilliard ;; :
for the superstructure ; couraging.immigration. whereas "t..
not been affected: by'conditions of. de later,, and the building! he readyfor mM',,fol.th.t; nomination of city officials. and; actions ft the, past'and, hop.ior, ,i appeared before the Commissioners these papers at one,
pressionreported to exist in other sections , ,, :1., . .* ,The'official call for the prlmaries the. future,: to enumerate', i their' age, I Monday and asked that an effort the a.d'M.u.p.' : !!'" 4
occupancy September I and condition: of //servi be'made to clear up the mysterysurrounding Hate efcov ; '
steadily and as this sex previous '
=-It has kept up The from' which .church appears elsewhereain': of the I
death
plans [she .the tragic .. """ ,
then of'tMlMmt'
gave
tude. 'Jle comprehensive
,one piece of' :work completed thenare'others will be, con.tructed'were,furnished. by:, paper. ;, .. I ,, his .a young man and that a reward of one also:11M ), .',:
to engag.,,the time of theworkmen. : \ history of life, beginning/ with his thousand Dollars be 'offered for the ; as',to : .
;> wayso :a ;
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:pbis.; SIDEWALK( CONTRACTNASIBEEN birth place': in Kentucky, aaying..tiat capture of the,,murderer.: other" States thereby ,enhancing the J ',
Laatweekthe'Gazette told'of the he"Tvas not consulted about the p ee Mr. Hilliard stated that he was willing value.of all property' by reason of \ .
which'the of the Methodist := l five hundred dollars if the .
to
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'J.'H.'Smith for from: pastor of his nativity'but in-viewof the fact pay the new comers to our'community: 1
contract.being letto church,-Rev..J./D., Sibert, had'a COMPLETEDWORK Commissioners would offer a similar and;; .'
.Jefferson Davis .
of Dr.; 'W.. W Car thatbe-Lincoln}: the to 'make Ka
"construction < amount, being
the; : church when he'waa'.rvlri 'the purpose / for'.om'( ''
workhasstarted : built ; ;-". Champ: Clark'nd'other distinguishedmen' the amount sufficiently attractive Whereas, time;paztthese: Ky: ,
foundation
son's home The, church 'at Wynne Arkv:: Buff brick newspapers ve.notshown the' ua1tormerl7 ,
.and ,the: building ;wilT go ups ,: WILL1'iE' CONTINUED.AS had not kicked about it,'and having ' cause,, persons 'who..might' 'concern displayed In advertisingOaceola : -, "
; will be the stru'ctural: mated used, ; i sition to }know"" something '
good :workmanshipwillallow. l : been'; born'ln-}' the,, same, general .c county;::and.. " "r: ' \I, .,; ; -
rapidly as and the building.will be trimmed with .ANOTHER, SECTION .HAS the affair .become active in searchIng r \
.,' : cost ,,' vicinity' he concluded that if he, had down the criminal., ,' .. Whereaa, the Osceola :Journal\ I has ,; lit
'I Preparations" have;begun this week Kentucky granite. ''It will $15- ,p 'OtUERED..IN'. .' ". to*' be 'bora again that .he would, CO' The Commissioners'referred' the! seen fit to.. devote a' considerable portion --,.,.- tfi"li'\\ : '
000 for"thebuilding'alone-and" / $5,000 ,. fi j of its columns to unfair criticism' ,, : ,
'clear for the brick building \'- 'n "_", backj-to; ; Kentucky; :Judge Lilly'1 reaviewed matter.to Attorney-Seats the request n V;
to space 'furnishings bringing the to:; I of. the ..conditions ,in the county;:andthe ', ;': .... '
for the ; ; to,give an .1>opinion- 'th", next -
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FlemIng 'his''JlGUue '
which Is to be erected: b7'JIub'; Practic'auyalJ ,career.havingbeen ,; official acts,of its officers,thereby t : t"tenderil"e.
The of the Commissioners to
tai cost;.up to $20,000., ,, 'Jaudon' Engineering/ Co.' -completed meeting, as -
,triangular; block; between ; mayor:city'attorney and member /the , ,
on the ,; : be =; '' otthe'weelt'thecontractfor what ''authority they, would- have in paper; ratberadetrt.;\
Stewart and Darlington Avenues andwln. of;this;amount'has subscrib-: .the first: : of, the legislature' before''' coming;;''to' offering such',reward.. "*' ment than an advantage to the county., 1i' ". ,
ed, and there, will;be po delay Ju,.thebuilding laying,sidewalks,'\.which "was discouraging than '
active ; operations Florida. He aaid'be'had'arrived, inKiasimmeefour''years 'Though nearly two' months .haveelapsed / rather: encouraging. ,,
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few'days ,building "
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and
of .It lnOctober.i The Immigration !
fojck ;funds/ awarded by Council since- Carl' Hilliard and '''his -
: that .
wUl'begitti cr : : ? ago,and; ,' Whereas 'both"papers1: J i r...."''"'now '
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be' pushed through the summer aciufl work) bec"n.lnoove? b an'dWas l companion, Raymond Harris, lost
has let the contract : he was npwf1 making hll'lalt stand for edited or
X y{., Thompson ; time' for confirming their lives no', 'clue has been found by 'non-residents; atleast
"-' for the erection of ttla,undertaking" will' be;.completed' in ample .. finished this'week, public off ice. lie wanted to be' Mayorof which gives'hope that the 'murderer ', by persons; who have but; ,.recently"moved i
establishment on. Stewart avenue 1 the dedication)In i"" the fall the.forecast ,made: by the Gazette .that\ Kissimmee he said,"because he was ,will be apprehended > i Into,'the-:community: and who .., \ & i iare
,The.liit which the:church will ''would be done in about twomonths not imUIa.with'the conditions" ,
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the work1
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upon ; , . 'said he
the then
buildings.Phlsitructure of town he
Stanford-Miller proud ; '
next the ,Is the northwest> .corner, 'of andw.ats.of; the'community'there--;; . .';
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tand -
'stories 70 :; woaldn't'wantto: 'be"Mafor of'a town KISSIMMffiSTIU; '* ' ,
Will be two
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Meet:4ong by V25" fet:; wide, and: will, Church street and 'Dakin'av.nue.Th.' : The.contractling -company. movedits that ,!he'wasn't proud of, Judge j Lilly Resolved by 'th."Bo, rd ofj".County: .' by Frank; li lot .is::75 f .front ,by' 148,feet' deep.: ;force, on"to. Auburn.dalei;, where', a. told'several:" anecdotes that amused KIDS OTHER TOWNS Commissioners of Osceola County; .'A hl
be built It\frill lot sidewalk work,isto thatthey do not deem it wise to "
considerable,
'.' another'column stor7 of the The; building will b.r55x105. ; Of ; ? the crowd and concluded with -an ap eo. 'li,, ,
In ; contain' 1,6 Sunday school ',rooms anda 'be done, bunt (is probable that the '--- tine the' subscription-'to': newspapers -.'' 'i/ : ., >
Methodist church;,contract nor; peal.t: the,votersto upp rt.him:for under existing circumstances. f"--,. .. '
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new \ .4 , :
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been ,1 large.,auditorium), The, old church company'will; enter a bid for the otherwork LAKELAND:DELEGATION, COMES .
which has the office '--
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foundationrork ; ; ,;
the _
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at'a.. o.tot'$400'wUl which is tbl."eek's"pazette ? )
'' being advertised in
war repaired
let,*ta'.toldrThis( is \the largest jobrecorded which recently :' It : 'which George F.- Parker'' followed Judge 'pYEE':TO' SEE TUB"AUTOS FIRE WORk'ON'CITY: DITC"' ;, : 7
salfc
offered'tor .' .' ;
afford ; be Thecontract .: ..Judge Park.r'.ald lie' 1.
:"so me time and,will Lilly. J favored IN' OFERAJ'ION.A : "
in will.be.used for worship untll,,the newbuilding : t has:just ;been;cotajft&d ;Was done, at ': TRUCK" ; .. / / ,
work for a number of men all through/ .. the white primary for he,thought:! MAKES; 'P PROGRESS; : .
Js ready-for-service.' a considerable seMng to;the taxpayers that >t 'I' '' .. . .. .
, .p, ,the1'summer; .Thll' does not complete a good thing., ,He believed a.Atan "
'Joh M: Lie'; is, chairman, ,of the tbe; figure;Vt"wfhich it was'' donebeing the i..keJUd ,, tit 4ABO1TT "
\ 'the tist'of building operations in Klslmmee'r -, I' f J in,charge-of people's fund abould delegation 'came' from. + :, J
? ; of Stewards--whIch let the contract my4 ,1.lower1 than the :prices( .' , ,
' :. ' $ some of'themoetrecent Board : ppend money With,the same carethat' Tuesday to"Wttn.III'' a' demonstrationof ,' \,,,"
? theft ,
but
oalq'enumerate i .. t
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; : 'ONFFTII'OI'THEEN. '
contractsCONTRACT . and' ,H.V M., Pf ann\was'.elected that..had. .been? paid'previously., 'Thecomjiletioa'of he"would'hi, 'own.-- ,He''believed( ''the' LaFrance auto fire -.truiknop.ration :; : : ,,. tFf!

I ; : t to superintend ;the- tr, building' for, the. this;"contract efv..,Xb- that the public business should be attended 'with'a vieW' to recommends .TIRE ESTIMATE: ;;}HASV ''BEEF ' .-'" ., ,. S "

.' Board.- . .. simnjee' about, 14 miles'of- ,concrete .to"-with the lame thoroughness 1 ing the purchase>> ',.such ,a, fire,fighting ', COMPLETER; ,'BY'CONTRACTOR:, : "fp, "
GIVEN FOR and the end is not .: Ki- .1'. ,f,,"
: sidewalks yet. ;
Jn a bowling match at.the alleys' of that private business, affairs, weregiven. apparatus: for Lakeland;; J ,?

'c. ; 'B. F., Miller Jast< night between Orlando . !simtnee, will hold-Its: 'placets: the ,best ( .. He pledged himself, to.a policy 'The party .waa,'composed; of "ILL Contractor J;+c P.., Mlddlemas i(Diak- <;." ?
the Kis the'State for : / t
'SHELVING'VAULT Kissimmee teams its'sice
and' paved town In of.i: if .'eIect d,-,find 'said hi l Sw'atts, fire:chief Jos. LeYay, assistant iing"good . '
simmee team, won being :the first there .is :.1 indication' that the.'demand economy ,) ; :progress\}6n; the municipal:: ', 4x
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k match won by the home team Of three : : didn't"think' that a dollar should be H., Dl'Mendenhallr etary'of. drainage.:.canal l..'aqd'. ,his l ,;reports. to ,'; ... .
.. for Walk. will suffer abatement '
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; r, played.' ''Bowling, 'is ..comparativelynew good e -.|, epent-that ther tax. levy, did v not pro the'Lakeland Board of Trade,;and W. Council, ,how 'thatvabout;one-fifth" ;, r I',;,

L ylliL BE E x TENbBpJp f CEILING in.Kissimmee and the town and the,.isdeveloping ,'jrith'them until.'the; ; ,town.). is''thoroughlylined : :wide for. ,Judge Parker, reviewed his 1>'. Pillans. Chief-Alfred 'A."''Tano, 'ofthe1. the';"' atim ted. excavation. i ,has' been) ,: ,,.,, ;, ,
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some expert showed increasing 'careen: :!ae a citizen 'of;KissImmee.Hesaid \. Kissimmee"'Volunteer Fire Department completed.According. 1.'X..ru ;,t
J : MAKING'ROOM' GREAT'ERNUMBER -made, in the match 'i
S't' scores
bad'' jiving; 2dV ordered hlsv men out and 'tdtheestimate".made:
games .werethe OUNCIL..ACCEPTS' J.' M,' ', here ars ) ,, by I ,
;i& ' ; OF BOOKS.., ,1 played with. Ayeyplsyerrss,, to side, ', LEE'S RESIGNATION and had' always worked for/the:,ad. made.'a run;'for'the benefit of.the'.yisltors :. City-!:Engineer:'':R.,'H..,.. Lndlam ::1 it<;wilt, 1

,.- resulting as follows.. : Kissimmee i jCquncil''actedon'theresignation< of vancement of. the;,town-; ,and 'woul( ;'whot expressed,?themselves as require aa excavation'of; >> 65,989,cubic .
... 6'71' 710 John'M., Lee chairman of the finance, '
"' v. >1744.Orlando = }. 696j1062 : ; .
contipueYto'da's& liexecognise&the well pleased with the) : ''complete the.
Conreloner. have let : ,, } ;: 'Showing-made yaMaf material to"; a
.e Capnty:; ; 'la@-692; \.Th. ,home i team committee,:!r Tuesday/)evening, and ,;.
,fOI ty 1I.I' 1'.tnet'to"W: ; G. Hankins "for 5exrrjshelying '"defea .,.the0otherf .- : ame"ofthe elected him0'\; fihl his place.until the I need of:eitablishing'lndustries: :. ,In'Kii No:attempt"was xnade'"at; (tlme_.teat" ditch, ,The'contractor: 'reports,that be '

; ; ,"inthecounty: eve except the last.'and the score I' city"'ejection,,March 29, when his-sue- simmer that would produce a payroll. The visitors were' more" interested,to has''taken'- out 10,295.2..cubic 'yards.The' ., t

l' .... c to' tbi: psilinthui: \ ? prpvidln! g 'soar\-close in;thafct Kissimmee;'won: naeorerif: ,be,.named ,byltheseletto' ra., and, expected to",work :'to have. l 1 cbnterprt.eI see''how,-the truck;went througkfsandas .contractor: has been ,paid '$I.-! k, '
: the match by a majority of 566 points; 'u't ,' r : located here. ,vione',of the "problems In 'all, .'eaiaUcities 737.92, being the amount due him less .
\' ':.!'oafor', .lip books .tat.. ,are not;:pro- The v(Kisslmmee-'i team kwas composedof , 'C mln "February 11. : ; ; IV per'; cent. retained until the com'
,'\, ...... .....wt- room'. .m. Weaver; 'ThomasE1H ;' 'Lwpfer,. -J.: .'Shrevt., urham"oflChicago! ,, .Lewis 'OBryany ,.being the 1n.xt is! the protection of the suburbs;. pletion';of, the work.: The'estimated ,

a't.hspTaU .inWxaelenVkit ,,,].,.,'., -'>! Ovstus.1; playing"'lot;; ; Orlando'wer*I superintendent of. the home'visitationi : speaker/;gook occasip i 9 to announce his I The trade,proved'aatiat etori'-to them cost of'.the ditch\(is 10847.87: the ,

. .. ..misWion! I Wienenga; Dunaway,i, 'Barlow. ,Ben+. --of the,International Sun: withdrawal;from the race in a clever' In' this; particular' *C.: 'Bl/Payne: ,,''ofAtiantay.representativet rate qf,, 19%; cents per- euWe yard., .'*
. \ . f tttaigvetud".tha> ; Bet; 'Sweeringer.; 'v.Some of' tL.p: beet i, day ,School AjModeMen, will apeak sj'.ree t speech ; iA'siid:; tliatahe. bad", been 'of, 'the La :" ,,The blc;traction ''ditoherr.! : epe
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B; -h .. 'iALPCITRUS-; I, ting out.money for which h. receivesno ha* 'put 'the crop from three to four

CROP benefit, not even interest, on his VEGETABLE CROP weeks In, advance of the- \reguUrseason

money., Then again, his crop Is per- .' and growing1\ plants "never Set More Fruit

HAS :BEEN "MARKETED 'product i;hable.'which It la not can like'a beheld manufactured indefinitelyand THE. BIGGEST. EVER '.showed yield.'Report better., outlook for an ..abundant 1Th. ,
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y V J, from'"different' points to the 'bloom Is the foundation of
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put on the shelf ,, necessary on your trees' now your ,
1, sometimes months' at a time, for a Packer follow. In The Packer Week- crop vest fall, and, the only bloom that count art- the ;
-'BETTEP"'PRl Er 'OBTAIN'. NOW rise,in-the marltels'or a"demandPf' o'r CONDITIONS .:ARE-FAVORABlE ly.I3u11etartQLJanusry2'J) ;will: be und oneiU atuset"? : .their-fmiL.Yoa'll: loie.*ome' fruit: by drop. t

ym 1 ,_ ,' the''g ods;' When fruit is ready'! must names of vegetable growers and ship- 'ping or splitting *o make your tree set eve oro,."the, '
: move and take its chances on a 'high pers at different points in Florida. 1 possibly can NOW, by proper cultivation'andArmour'sCitrus ,
,l' , OVERLOADING IS, BEING AVOIDED or' low market and the grower has to' REPORTS }'ROM'VARIOUS SECTIONS Crops at Dania.' ; -I);,\

u '. AND FRUIT IS REACHING, be satisfied with what his fruit, brings. TO TIlE EFFECT TIIAT Dania.-Conditions are very favor 1
I He may have his entire crop destroyed able for good vegetable crops In this , Fertilizers
r DESTINATION IN BETTER BUMPER HARVEST: WILL ,
section weather !is fine and
;: in one night, after spending years ;
tt; SHAPE THAN FIRST DID of labor and money getting ready to BE REAPED. thing is growing well. There everyj j We make the finest grades of chemical and animal food in -A.1

: ,- -reap his reward. When citrus fruitsor '. i acres of Irish potatoes 4 compared= wtyh \ thirteen special analyse for citrus tree*-food* to All YOUR .
\ pineapples are ready togo they 75 acres last year, shipments of which j need*...Our booklet fully describing these food I* free.
.. _, Florida Citrus Shipments. The Florida correspondent of the (i
A- /I must go tot the consumer or the will be made in February and March. Talk with ,
Car *ll1pped"last< week ___.-h'l'03f: dump." NewYork Packer sends the followingto Thereare about 900 acres .of tomatoes -, '
Cars shipped the'-week' before___1,041 his paper concerning the vegetable, with last 1 'I
The representatives of Florida also compared 1,300 acres R S FLOYD Kissimmee Fla. , 1 1f
Total shipment of cars to last worked hard to have tomatoes, egg- outlook in Florida] : year; shipments will come' on in the ;

t Saturday _______ __u__ ._.- 13,656 plant, peppers and okra taken out of From present indications the vegetable regular time, from February to f "
of Florida will be the Mays Armour Fertilizer Work L
the "not otherwise specified list" at crops There are about 50 acres in II {
Jacksonville, Fla.-The citrus; fruit in the state. Not Jacksonville Fla.
largest ever grown I j ji
is 25 per cent ad valorem, and placed on peppers, squash arid ejtgplants.lIardee fc
crop moving at steady gait,butt I
and of
only will it be large, but early McFarland Hunt. i '
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the class lint, Ic \
at
is not being rushed to market and it specific per pound. weather conditionshave I ,
good quality as
Reports from different sections of Spuds Beans, Melons, Etc. \ '
is
predicted that the movement this I '
in almost t'
been ideal for :
T., week will be light. The larger dis- the state; are that prices have taken a every section. crops Wauchula.-About 30 acres of Irish I i! : :

tributing firms are not hurrying to i decided upward tendency on fruit on The largest!, increase in acreage is potatoes are planted here Seven i - \
market with their holdings the trees and f. o. b. with demand acres of strawberries are averaging ,' Y'
in Irish which

I// der H.Co.C., made Schrader the statement of the II. C.this Schra-week doubt steady.as the Growers season foci advances that there but what i is no sections now probably going of the into state.the potatoes ground The Hastings in most are are 2,000 now quarts moving.per acre Growers and shipments will have :' (Gazettev Directory of Produce and Commission Houses i'

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that they are only moving fruit under prices will gradually improve.A ,potato belt alone has 9,000 acres 200 acres of beans which should av- |
refrigeration and have requested all conservative estimate of the fruit erage 125 crates per acre, first ship- j i i11'I'LES
ti The tomato will ii
1 left in the tate is 3.500tK)0 boxes planted. acreage ORANGES Potatoes Onions i
their on ments beginning about March 15. !
house
packing managers to take Cabbage
also slo) a considerable increase over '
their time as there is no rush. February 1. last year, particularly on the East There will be abut 150 acres of cucumbers I and all other Fruits and Vegetables- wanted in carlots. We

W. II. Mouser, sales manager of Coast. Points on the West Coast will with an average yield of "i:!OO have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and
,I Chase & Co., said: "The citrus fruit Omar Up To Date. also have a substantial increase in crates per acre, shipments of which ..II tbfactoril)'. Write or Wire
i( movement will be much lighter this A Western man of affairs, in New will begin about April 10. From 90 to .
tomatoes. The celery and cabbage
,, week and we are shipping entirely York on business, was invited by a acreage is not as large as last year. 100 acres of watermelons will be ,': C. H. JAMESCharleston, W. Va.
F, under refrigeration. The decay under friend of similar interests to accom-- The celery crop at Sanford and in the planted this: year. The yield should ,, Kef. The I'acker, Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. 6-13t .
him to dinner be about :HO car, shipments' beginning I 1-
refrigeration has been compar- pany a large public Manatee sections is about onefourthless I -: -- -
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atively light and fruit is giving given in honor of a literary luminary June 1,0-'V. S. Shelton! I
e gen- than
last
Shipments art-
year. Produce
eral satisfaction. We are not rushing visiting the metropolis. Despite the moving in carlots and quality and lioans and I'Incapplcs.Jensen. GALLAGHER BROS. ; Commission ;:Meitinftus

matters, but taking it easy. a. Our Westerner's protest that he wound prices are satisfactory. Last week's i I IJe.in-s: ore now moving w. s. wittr st. CHICAGO

l packing houses are only getting out probably discredit both his host and shipments of vegetables from Palmetto I- I 'from Ins( point and shipments will SOUTHERN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OUR SPECIALTY

ft a reasonable amount of fruit as we do himself in such alien surroundings, he broke all records, 150 curs going to i i continue through February and I! Reference: ASK YOUR BANKER. ).
not intend to crowd the markets." finally went. northern marlt-et* March. Then1 arc 200( () acres and the

J. C. Chase returned from Washington His misgivings!, were justified when, The fall and !spring lettuce crop. |; yield' \\Tl? probably roach 30.000/( /I WE SOLICIT I TOUR

on January 24, where;: he appeared during a brief lull in the general con- throughout the state will cover t the 'crater' We have this year :too acres I SHIPMENTS OF FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE. \
before the Ways and Means committee versation, his vis-a-vis leaned across largest acreage ever planti-ii. Prim>. I' ,of pineapples' the yield of which will ,
of the House to protest against the table and inquired if he was however, have been unsatisfactory UI'|> 'he' 4;. OliO dales Heavy shipments will [ J. W. WRIGHT & CO. 6.l3tpd Memphis, Tonii. '.

i' the reduction of tariff on citrus fruits, "fond of Omar Khayyam." to the present time. The] bt-an: acrcnt'r 'be iiiatlt during flay, June and July. |
: pineapples and vegetables. In interview I There was a brief but painful ( fruit, ,
\ an is large in the Webster and (t'em.' i Citrus is piactically all shipped' E.ubll.hedis00
with The Packer man, Mr. pause; then the Westerner rose far about ." boxes Krfrrvnro Your Banker
gamely Hill sections also in tinlaincsviilc( ;: --.MI >,00l( have beenuuu6rtrd i
I Chase said: "It is impossible to state I! to the occasion and replied that he I and East Coast sect,ion,* I'lir. irop r I i- l Tin' crop' should be large I', J. S. STANTON & CO.

just what the outcome will be regard- didn't care for champagne of anykind. i now moving( from the. 1 Ea.t: t C'na-t. I next'' year: \Ve have had no cold I I WHOLESALE PRODUCE
ing the tariff on citrus fruits. No I I while condition rue fii\ninl, '>, and weather, and crops will be fine if CONtiaNMBNTB a aracur.rvOrgrsge. MEMPHIS. TENN.

doubt the Ways and Means committee i ifeel A yet more painful pause ensued, I plants are looking, 'fine at .--hipping! I 1 <'lit rather conditions pres-I C3-rajiefr-u.lt V.getabls. II
under obligations to reduce thtariff. I ,and the Westerner's impression that points in the rcnti.il and \\''tern 1 p.ut 1 Hlue! I humond Fruit Co.
t I believe present citrus fruit I he had somehow blundered sadly was I of the state lYppei-, raulillowri ;500 Acres \'egeta blell. I "-''At -

conditions are satisfactory to the vast .confirmed when, at the first opportunity -I squash and eggplant J ale 'now moving 1>.ld-Weather/ conditions are I tmount of stuff. Beans have been I this section, this being -l -
a in-
large
t: : majority of the
American people, so I II his friend led him aside to lament 1 The cucumber arreugo Wilhston, i is most favorable in this section and moving; for some time, but returns I crease! over last year. The bean/ tomato -
why not let well enough alone. It "Old man, you made an awful i j ]larger/ !than Must year ami! this, is also there will be about 500 acres of vegetables have been so small lately that ship- I 1 1 and cucumber acreage will also
takes a citrus fruit grower several I break just now. Omar Khayyamisn't I true at other/ points at which, cucuni- planted in this immediate vi- ments have fallen off. Practically no Tic greatly( increased and all Indica-
years to bring his into '' tions |K>mt to a record
grove bearing j champagne at all; it's a salad hers are a ;specialty., cinity. Tomatoes will lead with beans citrus fruit is being shipped, but there breaking.
spring ] :
vegetable .
and ( << '
cropI1.Miami
during the entire ,
.; period he II put- dressing!I" I rairal! weather fur vegetable' second.
I < There is also an acreage of 'I is a considerable amount yet on the Condition
eggplant I It peppers and a few acres of trees, chiefly grapefruit. ,A small! Miumi. The tomato crop is in
t I Irish potatoes. Weather conditions amount of peppers, okra and other splendid condition and the quality J
_ promises to t Iw better than for
are favorable and will be I vegetables raised several .
crops early. are here, but toma- years. Acreage is about the same >
-M. A. Robinson. toes are easily the largest crop with an last year, but the yield will be )
Luck Bradentown.-Celery is now mov- beans second.-P. M. Iloenshel. larger and quality much better The
ing from the Manatee section. The Tomatoes are Moving. crop is now moving freely north of
Miami and they expect 60 cars to ,
t crop is very fine and prices are $2.60f. Dania.-Tomatoes in roll
are moving next week and from that on it
e vs. o. b. There are abou io acres of carlots and quality is good and we I will be increased each week. The
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Irish potatoes planted and 25 acres qf expect to move about 200 cars dur- crop !south of Miami will not start before i
,, cabbage, which will be cut during ing the season. We are putting out March 10, as field were damaged .
1 / 1/ 1 lA E our Pompano brand and are finding by heavy rains in November
"" , : : ,..' I GYi Y + I I I March. There will be 100 acres of .ready sale for them at satisfactory back -considerably. However,and set
I' ,j fj tomatoes or more to be shipped dur- prices f. o. b. We expect' market have several thousand acres planted growers
t g and There 15 or 20 car: of fancy Red Bliss Triumph and
:/ ing May June. .will be 60 should have a good crop lateron.
!?" ,''W'f 'Wt'. i.f1;iM \. ; acres of cucumber) and about 10 potatoes in February and be- There are of peppers, "
lieve we will begin squaw
shipping about the eggplant, and, moving daily
a er of
'water nelonL
1, '' acres Everythinglooks ; 20th. There is every prospect of a by express, but prices are ruling
Prices -= a* if there would be a heavy prosperous season on the East Coast quite low. There is also: plenty of
p as FLORI yield of vegetables in all sections. The and crops at the present time are grapefruit left in this section which
dd' THE BIG MAIL ORDER II OUSE1, OF weather has been dry but we have artesian looking fine.-A. C. Marshall & Co. is selling around $2 f. o. b. Not many: '

UCK does many things out of the ordinary, but when one store in a town outgrows all the other wells to take care of our crops. Plant 320 City.-About Acres Potatoes.320 acres of celery oranges grown to be{in packed this 'IectfOn-R.here and no O. 1

$ [! stores that started at the same time and had the same opportunity there if something more Shipments of grapefruit and oranges Irish potatoes are being planted in Applegate.
) ; substantial than luck behind it. are moving daily and trees are bloom- -- -a- - '
ing.-G. W. Tyler.
The reason that Cohen Brothers'establishment More Tomatoes at Homestead. TEACHERS:: : OF FISORII .A.
y' today covers one whole city block, has 550,000Iquare
feet of floor space and represents an investment of $2,000,000 is because have from the Homestead.-The tomato acreage
we very this is much larger than usual Stetson Opens Normal
ri first made prices which year Spring Review Course
attracted the business.
Cohen
I I Brothers have always sold for less and this principle and with a favorable season we should
' which has caused us to grow so rapidly in the tyast. stands out more prominently now than ever produce around 100 cars of fruit here. I, before. Study carefully the prices given below and if find and One packing house is making unccl.Send You for can bulletin.enter at A uprdal time low" rate. Is fflvtn. The State text books are \
you they are right mean a saving to preparations '..60 not) Prepare for a better grade. Coat !I. only
s you, there is not a firm in the South that will appreciate your business more or will give you more satisfactory to care for 50,000 crates. The light per and week tuition.or Send 13900 for fur picture the nine bulletin.weeks" This Include. table board, room

service or better merchandise -,. ., crop will begin moving in about thir- Address VTKT-tON: I:*IVKHHIT V. .......*. Klrl4a. "
f fi ty days, but the majority will not IJloloKY Special ,attention Organl l and IB rallrtl Inorlllnlc to Tae r..III..r", 5'..._ I. AlraIt.Botany,
Chemistry
i come in until sixty days. Most ..III. AKrlrullural Chemistry. Qualitative and QuanUtatl" anAly-
grow- AllnrraloKY. Geology Ac. T". "
1 GROCERIES Pet Cream, baby size 72 cans to case____ 3.10 ers prefer to sell f. o. b. and good Ch..ml.try.Physiology. Inorgaulc Hlology, Anatomy Ch"mlatrv.. BacterlologY III-tology."zooloKY Pr.-ll.aleal, Botany,v.--General I ('
Pillsbury Flour in Bbls. houess should be able I _..,.. or M.alPlano PIpe Qu.lltatlve. and Quantitative Ch.ml.try.
to organ TIOIID
$6.35 get a large Volc. Harmony
---------- and Chorus Work.
---- Swifts
Jewel Comp. 60 Ib tub _ School of Fine
net wt. __ 5.78 Art.--ura.vg l i-iuntTnst"l"n"btl. Water Color, *c. ..at
Gold Medal Flour in bbls -___________. 6.25 .
Swifts Premium Ham 8-IOIb lb. :
av. per .20c .
Gran. Standard '
Sugar, Grade, pure cane

lOOlb sLs. ----________________ 5.35 FEED

1t, ? Water Ground Meal, 921b sks. ___ PRICES on AUTOMOBILE TIRES.
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_ It n 1.74 Best White Corn lOOlb .sack--________ 1.48 ....
Extra Fancy Jap Rice lOOlb sks______ 4.75 CUT
Best White Clipped Oat, per 100 tb __ 1.65
Octagon Soap 100 bars to box________ 4.00 n ,

'< Swift Silver Leaf Lard 12. 51b pails____ 8.10 No. I I. Clover and' Timothy Hay ton,.__._ 24.50

t Victor Brand Early June Peas 2 doz____ 2.03 Prime Bright Cotton Seed Meal 7]/ per For SIXTY DAYS

Ili Quaker Brand Tomatoes, 2.. 24 cans.*__ 1.93 cent ammonia, ton________________ 32.75 .

d /. I Above price subject to market chanfes.FREIGHT To get the Consumer more fully' acquainted- with'NASSAU '
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1 On all of 100 TIRES, the Factory has allowed us to make ."

t : PREPAID u ShipormenU::; ::re. the following prices for SIXTY DAYS. : ;

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u= ' Why Shouldn't You Wear Stylish Clothes When Price is So Reasonable? low NASSAU the Standard TIRES are price.guaranteed for 3500 miles and are at this 'time, the only fully. guaranteed tire selling!! be-

We are offering the famous NASSAU TIRES are built of the best fabric possible and high
; Hart Schaffner & Man iine grade Para ;
of Rubber
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Clothing at prices which have been Wr'PPcd.Tr"d and
; never for 3500 mile and are
guaranteed make
r; equalled by dealer we adju8nen,7,
any anywhere. Note the extremely low figure at which any necessary here at home. .
we are making this Send
I '. 1 T Car line of Men's most popu- us an order and you will use no other. Note
i Clothing. All wool Hart Schaffner & Marx black and! blue s
l serge. regular $22.50 value at ---------------____--_________.___________ P 11 .48 28x3_ - 9.70---- 2.65 31x4 Tires Tubes -"-- -'-'- Tires Tubes,, .s

c .:' All wool Hart. Schaffner & Marx blue serge Norfolk coat 1-2 lined, with or *. d* 1 f\ 30x3 11,15'f 2.86 32x4x 23.40 22.65 5.00 4.90 35x4J436x4 31.906.75 {

1 without cuff on trousers, regular $25.00 value at ____w______.______-_________ '4* ''
We have variety of 3.95 34x4 24.60 33.75 I.. ,*,!
a Styles and
r Materials for young men at $17.00, $17.50, $18.00.. Write for pricesI' 32x3 x 16.25 4.16 35x4x 25.20 6.35"36x& 40.10 8.15
A and description of anything you may. want in men's clothing. We guarantee to please you. 84x3 Hx 17.65 4.30 36x4 26.00 5.60'6.45. 87x5 41.80 8.40 4
1 80x4 21.76 4.76 34x4% 30.90 Tires marked x are 'made in.
.). Our Booklet "1001 Attractive Prices" Sent Free Upon Request All food are ,..,anteed.__W. ship C. 0. D. the day order is receired.! 6.60 straight side. '
'State Distributors for Swinehar. Tires and Tubes. Any thing' for'the automobile.
i Will be pleased ("
\ to have rder'R.
your.

Dept, 103. COHEN BROS.JACKSONVILLE, W SWEARINGEN 10 E. Duyal St..JACKSDNYILLEt'tLA., : '

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" MELBOURNE AND ST was finable to secure either conflr I was particularly well cast!' he' 'acted : -
matlon or a denial of the SISTER CARI.OTTATO
We
were informed; however report.that the ,. 1 the part of the.percent. chasing moneylender Ill

company expects to continue its logging MEET DAUGHTERSSTATE with a happy conception of the

\ICLOUDJ, R, LINE, railroad,through the swamp, as character and sang his, solo parts PLUM ,
fast as necessary)' and In the end oj. clearly so that the audience was not
would' be considerably nearer' other '
PRESIDENT!' leftto;wo'oder'what"It'waa'all'about;
TIiE'V.:'
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lines of railroad than it now Is. Fur-
TO 'MAKE- THE-MISSING' LINK ther,.than.this.theyiol..tJ e=Tim B -C...TOBE-VlSmR.AT;.CHAFiTER < The trio in "The Girl with' the. Boy ;WORTH\ : :PiGKINgr :
man they had nothing to sad at present bh.Ways..composeIFof"'Mlsse.. Florence = .. '
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---.- HOUSE SATURDAY. Canning, Lillian Harris and Helen 11, ',.
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AN 1NTE.RESTING'RUMOR WHICH company'It-is the is opinion now formulating of many! that. plans the) Jones, was pleasingly' renderedand Six-room house. L..per, floor all in one large roomnice_, porches,. 'j s 1ft', t. :4

THE KISSIMMEE for the extention of its line of rail Sister Esther Carlotta, State president -I landed a decided hit. There were good out-buildings. Lot 64x150: ft.. 18 large bearing orange .trees, bouse "
;BOARD OF road as above outlined sometime before of the United Daughters of the numerous choruses that showed the practically new and well built. Cheap at $2500. Only two, blocks from ,',.iii; '

TRADE WILL BE LIKELYTO it will be necessary to do so for Confederacy will be a guest of Will result'of painstaking work. Those in business part of town. Terms if desired. ..) .' J
INVESTIGATE, logging purposes, and In some man- Bryan Chapter Saturday afternoonat the cast were .Chauncy Hawthorne. ,- I '\l

ner and formed the information a base for has the leaked out At 3 o'clock., I Fred Jenkins, Tony Rogero Dr. J. W. FARM AND GROVE ; 't
report.
'1 any rate it is generally believed that A special meeting of the Will Bryan Simpson, Chas. Jessup LeRoy Kulp, 42 acres of land and about 8 acres,of bearing grove, mostly oranges 1< '' t
The construction of a connectinglink the report is not without foundation.As chapter has been called to-meet Sister Russell Cole, Joe Butler Lillian Harris of good varieties with several fine grapefruit trees, and sometangerines.;, . ; ' fi
of railroad between the East above stated there Is now in Carlotto. An interesting program has I' Ariadne Preble, M.'s. W. J. S. Fine flowing wells, six-room house, stables and some of the finest hammock t.'

Coast and the Coast Line railroads la operation standard nearly railroad twenty miles of been arranged in honor of the guest Carr, Margaret Preble Helen Jones, land in the country.. Land fenced and ,crossedJgnced-rejqpplace_ ___.. ' .
a probability that will arouse great.. Company's guage plant in'from South the Mel-Cypress bf the occasion, and the 'chapter will i I Albert Bearden. Harris Downing to build with fine evergreen sh'ade, land adjoins a beautiful ,lake and ; -' x

interest in Kissimmee and St. Cloudas bourne across the St. Johns river and be entertained by an address from the Clarence Johnson, Bob Bullock, Misses fronts on county road. .' 1 t '

well ax Tampa, for such a line into the swamp short distance. The I State president. :I, Florence Canning\ Jeanette Lewis, Price $7500. Time on greater part making it possible for grove to help, ,
would afford the outlet between this company has at present two locomo- All members and others are Sarah Ann Fowler, Anna Mary Lewis, make payments.

section and the East Coast that has with tives the and log makes trains.two trips People each living day urged to be present. This will be the : Violet Bullock, Beatrice Muscat. The VILLAGE FARM AND GROVE c

long been desired. | along the line have already found it first visit of Sister Carlotta to Kis music was in the competent handsof .
60 acres of excellent land about half splendid citrus fruit land. Sal
The news of this proposed road a great convenience, as the company simmee, and it is especially desired Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon at_) the piano ,
from is extremely accommodating in the I ance in the artesian\ belt, very fine for farming and trucking.: .Grove of .. .
Melbourne in
,f '|IC cous the form off that a full membership greet her. 1 and Miss Blake with the\ violin. Mrs.S. .
matter of handling such freight and about 10 half in beating, balance and nice. This
acres trees, thrifty l
young ;
in issue I (
a news story a recent of the 1 II.! Bullock, Mrs. Edward Canning
passenger business as it has been i is a splendid place located one block from depot, handy lo school and!
Melbourne Times. The Times and Mrs. White had general directionof ; .(.
says called upon to take care of. "THEPENNANP'WASPLEASING I
church. Price $5500. on favorable terms. , ;
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the Union Cypress Co. is to build the Whether the above report is trueor the production, and received many i t

road, by extending a logging road/ not, every encouragement should SUCCESS'''congratulations on the 'success with SMALL FARM .'

traversing its properties in the vicinity bo given the company relative to sucha which .it was conducted. 10 acres about three miles from town nice nearly level land, rich new ; (

of that place. Th? Union Cypress project Besides Melbourne and The attractive poster advertisingwas soil, small house deep well of soft water land fenced and about half in .

Co. is a rich corporation, and is undoubtedly the East Coast country, it would be OPERETTA GIVEN BY LOCAL a feature attending the event cultivation can be bought cheap and on terms owner will make an attractive ,. "

able to finance the enterprise of great value to Kissimmee and to TALENT FOR CHURCH DREW which deserves mention. Mrs. White price to purchaser. .i ., : f{ ;

without asking for any assistance Tampa. For the former place it LARGE AUDIENCE. was responsible for the idea and much :\ ::?,

of that character. However, would open a retail territory for development of the handiwork was hers. SUBURBAN LAND ,I .

the commercial bodies of the three that has heretofore been i 50 acres quarter of a mile from city limits, most of land fine for citrus;, ,. I ,' s

places mentioned will probably take almost inaccessible commercially, The Pastime was well filled Monday : RURAL ROUTE NO. 2 -fruits, balance good farming land fenced on one side, land owned by a i f

active steps to encourage the building while it would place the entire East evening when the operetta "The non-resident adjoins land held at one hundred dollars per acre, this can ;

of the road, which is told about in the Coast within easy reach of Tampa Pennant" was given by local talent i LAID OUT BY DEPT. be had for $50 per acre on easy terms. .i'. .
Melbourne Times as follows: and Give it an excellent opportunityto for the benefit of St. Johns Episcopal & '-

A most interesting rumor that is compete with Jacksonville, which church I ;
now being circulated in and around now enjoys a monopoly of the wholesale The cast included many of the loral ANOTHER 1 EXAMINATION FOR NELSON REALTY COMPANY,
Melbourne is to the effect that the trade of this section dramatic and vocal stars, and the Over Citizen Bank KISSIMMEE '
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Union Cypress Company is planningto I CARRIER AS SOON AS BOX
extend its line of railroad that now As the matter now stands, there is tuneful little piece was received withmuch ; j.I
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HOLDERS ARE SECURED.
runs nearly twenty miles west of the only about thirty-five miles of trackto applause, which evinced the appreciation I I
town of St Cloud over in Osceola he laid to bring the line to St. of the audience. 1 ___ .
county and connect with the Atlantic The play dealt with the love affairof i
'loud and this amount is ,
(oust Line at that place growingICSH Obccola:: county will soon have Ru- < .
This will Itiv Melbourrw and the as fast HS the Cypress Company a football hero and a college belle, ral Route No.2, if the signs don'tfail : r:, 's i
'Let Ploof
Show the Proof
country round about UH a direct line extends, its line in the swamp From complicated by a social seeking mother I Vi
to Tampa through Kisoimmev, Plant a fortune hunting English lord anda i
the general appearance of things; the -- -- -- -- --- \
Vans
\Postmaster Frank Agnew receded -
<<< 'Ity and many other important husband! hunting widow, and enlivened I d 'Ce
limes is milinc'd to believe. that trains I {
points. By this route the distance this week notice from. the Department We are State Representetives for the : \
Tampa will be in the neighborhood of will In running from Melbourne l by the presence of a village : that the second route for i
1 r)0) miles not u half day's journey, St. ('loud before next full It would wit The 1 !leading characters thus rural delivery had been arranged.Starting I BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES ;
as against the' present round about outlined, were taken in the order: stated 4'M
doubtless
J.rlU' "sum encouragement; I II
1 at the posloffite! the (carrier AH Kind Stationary and Marine
trip that requirc-H more than a full at this end of the line if Tampa unitKissimmee 1 l hy (hauney Hawthorne, Miss l.il I' will thence r,
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day. him Harris, Miss Adriadne Preble, go and
This proponed direct route will \ boards of trade would take Miles
op'nup I
a vast and valuable. country between this mate up und help boost! It. Fred, ..h.nkinsIrs.! W. J, R Carr and i Northeast and north to corner of Engines Boilers Hoisting Engines
1)r..1.l W. The Bruck and Vine streets - 78 ,
St (loud and the I big> cypress Simpson parts were ,
swamp that will doubtless t te> quickly All the while she's abroad a woman interpreted with cleverness and ability : East! to Thurman's corner 228j and General Line of .
I j South to Ki':simmee Garden .25 Carry a Suppliesfor
Tilled with neltlerH
keeps imagining?: the (experiences she's each storing with the audience as I .72
A representative of the Times called Southeast to Bass' pasture - all Purposes
upon the officials of the Union Cypress going to tell she had when she gets the movement of the play gave oppor- I South to Sugar Belt railroad 1.18 :
Company a few days ago but, home. tunity. Tony Hogero as Levi Lender | Southeast to I'rentis' Corner 1.:31 Iia
East to I'cghorn corner - .81 THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO. ,
l'artin 1.24 *
{ North to corner - <
t. 1 1 West to Donegan's - 1.03 JO! OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '. l} '
I Northwest to Bass' p, sture 1.28 Local and Long Distance Phone. e-26t pd 8t !
!1 Retrace from Bass' pasture to Thurman's I 4
corner - - .97 Ij' 7
East to R Bass' coiner' - 1.21 L ------ -- I
I Northeast to Boggy Creek 2.94
I West to Myers corner - 1.53 Distance r.
Southeast and south to the Storey k +
corner - - . -.73 AdvertisingLong o 296 '

The ARTHUR E. DOr EGAN West South to to Carroll's Donegan's still corner- -- 3.80 1.14

West to Donegan grove - .25 is the .
saying right thing "
)) South and southwest to Kissimmee
- - 1.95
, ,. postoffice i
Total - 25.40 ;
When the examination for the appointment *"
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of the first rural route ,
Real Estate and'
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make a soecialty of ,
1 applicant who qualified, and. it will be planning preparing U't-
literature and conducting: campaigns for : : "
necessary to hold another examination. Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities f r
A canvass of the families on and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN ,a
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I the route was made this week to get I
Insurance Agency the required number of box holdprs I

to obtain the route. In this instanceit [ ADVERTISERSTAMPA

was necessary to get; eighty signers
establishment of the j ,
to insure the '

onto : J .FLORIDA t ,t'. iI.I
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Second Floor Citizens Bank Building. \S IO PROTECTION I I FOil i I +-HMIIIUMI' -
I HE U"IU rillE 1RUCK. ; I'i''

I I --- rG: Covers and Vaults I a Specialty : : ?

| Editor (;azl'lte--In: your last issue -

I you !stated as a fact our ('ity'' : \VJlITlfl 13RONZE h' 'lIs 'l-

Council had let a contract for certain ;
We invite attention to the fact that buildings to be erected on city properly the most enduring monument '\ 1 "
made. Will '
in which to store machines owned not get moss-grown, ;: ,/i' :

\ by the city Among other machines crack or crumble. Is more artistic l' 1''J'
Our Real Estate and Insurance Departmentshave
,iiou mentioned the "chemical auto"iranted .. .
and: less expensive. :, !
G the present building hi<:h :?

been consolidated. We now have a was erected! for the auto house last .... Write me and I will call. "\+ "yf s/;,
j is not< situated in a central
year or
JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. : 'h;
convenient and
on place, the
number of first class homes and groves listed, .. I' lo\cd, new house is erected by pro-the ,;

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electric and water power plant, would --- -- --- -

also a large number of vacant lots, as well as II not this be a case of "out of the frying \I
pan into the fire? As every time Ii
f rth, auto crosses the railroad tracks i P

an assortment of undeveloped lands, located it is! very apt to jar it to its ultimate. f fI
: ,: trimpnl. "The Dixie Limited"The fI

I FUI.th"r. if car" are: )being shifted. ;
in different sections of the State to select from.
.it the time a fire alarm is turned in l!
I I the fire in any building would get I I Morning; Observation Car r "4.

i headway which would be avoidableif I Between
The Insurance Department Represents I h
the auto house were placed] on the

s "right side of the railroad tracks Jacksonville St. Louis and

the Leading Fire, Life, Accident, Liabiality I If the city would acquire, by purchase Chicago

I "GIFT" or condemnation the via 4
41 : triangular piece of land situated'

and Bonding Companies in the World. For across Broadway east of the Waters ATLANTIC COAST LINE

& Carson Grocery C'o.'s (tore, it

further information call on or correspondwith I I would meet with all requirements. The Standard Railroad of the South. ty' x

necessary. LEAVES JACKSONVILLE DAILY 9.35 A. M. L .
The city has purchased the auto F
truck at a big expense and by not PULLMAN STANDARD SLEEPING AND COMPARTMENT. CARS ;

using forethought it may be placedin DINING CARS .( .

.D. G. Wagner, Manager a position of a useless: toy. ,

QUILL. "l, i
For Pullman reservations and tickets call on
I President Taft ought to be able to any Agent Atlantic Coast Line, or kyf

demonstrate after March that a man A. W FRITOT, D. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P.. A.
can drop from $50,006 to $5,000 a Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla f t i iv
year, and live, despite the high cost
of living.

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1 -- -- LARD \ '''What 'U: the main' dlt'lerenclt'be-

SENT LIQUID \ Itween a porterhouse steak and > I
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GOLF BEFORE BUSINESS I .BY PARCELS POSTI Rheumatism I pork-. hop T_ .

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ROGKK WINTER. IN TIIEATLANTA.JOURNAL I :

. I 1 NeuralgiaSprains
of Golf. WERE KATJIEU$ t
The Eliquitte THINGS
"If gutt interferes with your bust 1 ( AM:

,ness, -cut.-out. your .business/ _j When- ---3'0\1-- beginner,: .startpu!/ .SLICK AT .LOCALrOSTOFFICEWHEN I I 1)U

Having been unsigned to furnish a with a friend; not a beginner, he tells: : THE, .MAIL CAME I 'iNl :
fl loads and cords about "the- ,ctiquetto Mm C. ')1 UI01C\", of 270S K. !'t.,
I e with the headline, you
I story to go along I W. W..lu..itt..II.lJ: .,wr.luin: "i suffiiixul -
[ went to .see .a ,'promin nt Atlanta of the game. I >*Uu ilioumulfrm. fur live )tsars .
feel in telling au.ll hero lust|got hold cf your UlnU !
business, man who is authority on lie might some delicacy local pos\office force are havirjg I muni, and ft; It... Juno 1110 so innc'tiUy
you about the etiquette of an- The I 11..1. ,. km'vede' out laiD unU< the
golf. though ) their navel experiences in handling .,,'uWIIII";{ "" Cm.u." .
you
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He was out, .but the non-golfinj other pI'oCl'dure-green postoffice Quiets do Nerve
just as
the parcel post
frielithough\ you I \
sincere
member of the firm was in; and had were, and of the country At 1"N.A.\V v IpaANofi13'Jhompemt( ..
might be--ba.t in golf he is troubled! employees in other parts St., Miiryvlllo M>., write. : 'J"ho
himself.
I ideas' tm the subject There have been no babies nerve hi luy, Ion, wits,d...Iroy( 'N| II'a
;! fgolf.. eh ?'" with no such qualm. are. I I Iclt iin mltlia Jock: ius
for lope yuur ago : ;
"looking] I : .
to shipped by parcel post yet, but Postmaster ; ,it 1 . i,M net rlonr A 395
MAMA
4Y makes the "besl I IJltl.ld He very frankly gives you un- 1r1..111.1.1.. our l..iuiiH'
ti'ity )
iesrt bread.-rakes and pies y 1 he, ; -'boOier_tend JersrSTio! that the <,tiqu..tteof golf iprimarily Vans Agnew refused application iiinl imvfl emi il art tlu. u.Ii..."ut It 1 The size!
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(Tver did see, and she uses'While 1I "Well, you needen't for permission Uuii ,,1101'its use I can sloop
You'd11a..t" ami! supremely important. a few days ago :
the got ferhi
him meaning
Clover Flour I ((1 I.ake You if try long enough" to send a bull dog\ by mail. It is pre ,
k' ; 1l toO go all the way to East 1; ('all. you SLOAM'SLINIMENT
notliitiglikcn
of that some person There's
mid that tuke.s :"II; minutes. 1 1 ('an learn the { omit itself. The etiquette sumeil course
cause she saps it is ; and if it wasn't male dog, but
ter than mos any other flour l tell you all about gulf you want tu< you must have with you always will ask a Porterhouse, or

an' I guess my mama knows know: right, from" the jump. Without, ctiUKtie i such village wit being inexcusable>l Sirloin if you choose,

Satisfaction guaranteed.) I \be. olf than i II will not be allowed in the record. A'
1 don't) play \ you'll \\ur-e
for Instance, ; (
'Pake
mo, I it on A cut of Flank or
A trial will convince. thing I hacked loosler., You will incur tin it, is, the post of lire clerks are haling' "Isapobd,; 1 I.inimcnt. keep ,
golf! and l I reckon it's a good! band ill .the lime. M tI.hlt'r, slice of Round To
'OUR GROCER HAS IT ,, don't. We've got to lut"ol1lt.hoty!; contempt und profanity,, of the play their. iA 1/1 trouble) with the parccpost. suiint| .; d her wn-t, and <1'.1' )" ur' ,

,I lo Mick around and l look after .the <-i, '. The caddies will, make remark: \. l.iuitit'.' and it h.isoi 111"" bun her drive away thc( ,

II I business. aloont011. in audible whispers and A few days ago a mail ,sack u'I',1' 11I'' ." Blues ,H.,
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"My; brother plays golf.) My three giggle'' behind, our back. You will hose eoutetils had lin oleapinoiiconsistciicy 11 MI, III ti.

suns play !golf. Most of the young be a pariah" a nuisance.' not provided for in tin nf ..... I IM.-I.,>,. S"S e.C.l..l'M 'phcr.s nothing like

1 men in the office play golf.' So As a matter of course you pet un regulations' frees by pieie ,it wr Al All Ih.ilcrii25c. \ a tender Chop of

you'll ail nut I know something of the easy hating' this etiquette\ still 1 picked out. -oaked through" ,,nil
haven't 011 banded,; to outo Strang.ou beseech ili-- $1.00 Veal, Mutton, Porkor
game. even if I got corns > ( ; with grease' ;iod it wa- 60c
friend for the love of louhlcwa ,. ,... Lamb To make
handb. your the of the I " n ,
co\cred that muse .
my ) .. ... , ..
i -'Yes. it's a great game. Did you :Mike(, to ,save yo.u from making any; a (Uin: of lard that had brut hip| "..,.r."I ,..A.",I.J''..'.. "., ntIf' you say, when stow-

e\er shake hands with my brothel, breaks, ; to .pu over.the, whole matte pad from "Coluitt| (1,1.; II had 'iii. ,-"| Dr. ed away

I !I'y the way?! ]Ill"'" pot corns in i them thoroughly I and in simple language out all over, the other content- lh>'

of the toil of technicalities, so thaT you I I .. Earl S.Sloan. Satistied I Am"
)like a blacksmith.! Think purged ,sack, ai.d caused it all lo l I..>c unlit l I" "Quite

and! sweat required to produce. that may: be sure to understand."Don't use I'li-tniastcr, VanApi.ew" i Mported Buy Them Here !
buy nballs, from the caddies tdallowing e
callouK.'He'll i
tile) < ;ieoipia' po-lnia-tt-i: Boston,
: : 5-2t- \ play around! the rourst'. I ," ho tells )'011. "That's! one uf Mich a pa' kape to po ''Ul IO fthe Mass. I

rive miles. Then he'll draw the worst tilings you can do. Yoi pioxidcd ib.il. ,i'l'
It"i i-
) lirturn ; RULL BASS
breath and play around ugain. may not think a ball is worth 7cents ', such aitKlc-. must I b.,,. ,h.'i. .i MH 11.. "il.\
real but) that's \* hitthey
miles. money
That's! ten ralcd, :
MARKET
"Yet if he has to walk fi'om hereto ost, and there are no baiiransales. : der "cal: 1,1. a-' 1.1\, be" ., It t .
TITLE busineshe The golfers will think you fur. ,
the Candler building on ,
'lei
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'I\.d I \I.\ | .I"J" I pli-t. .I''' p.Uir
kicks like. steer. .Just oblige, cheap ,if you buy from the I caddiel.tside i
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a :, ,i.f| ilk, ,' -I.I' t II" ,i., ulrnn
GUARANTY to take a street car, or, make the 11'11';' .. it's apuinst t the Mile' fm' ni-i< i ., ,l ..dl".I l.i tli 1t1.,1, I.. !I.e.>!

liy automobile;; though probably hi' them to sell! balls Their Iou-i, .'" i I Ili! '.ll.ll-l I.n.,,, i t .>1 th, I,, 1',1. I , I JHI- '
:New'ork to tote clubs\ The .ii" (ne'!<, I DANCING CLASSESunder
here to '' )
could! walk from your .,
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COMPANY 1111'
( t! i | I t"I I loo-r' t l urn i M:I |I'
v without much effort. All he'd need dealeis ,in spoiling good 'i ,,01'1".1- II hula. and left the tree alone and forgot ill reel ion ofMItS..1.
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r would be a little time." Probably, you never" knew 1..1'1'that -hipped! I b .hillll bout it. A few days ago he hail D WoonHKCKat ( ) )
lilt
I Guarantee the Title to Lands, halls) toulil be I hnughl, I 1 nun, , ieu.>, puu.i' j{ I i'' I ciapt: I I >
The Grip; of (;olf. \ I 1'''inn, .1, ,"' ..-lm". tn,: ,, ,ieek.. to a 'e..a.ioii' to inspect the tree agar.

it Prepares Merchant a hie Abstracts Coif; is like, a wire Charged' will dies, and hadn't peeled I" pa\ le- ...I..i'. M"( I Ilie. pu-t.tgr/ turd, 1 found! to his greaturpiise' : alld KIKKMKN'S): :: ; HAM.
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than ;;, rent-- i > 1."'' ''In |I"I.K i i"
of Title to Timber and an alternating, current t>f electricity aJ"I"| 1.1. -9':' ". I dIdt, that the wound had h'al.J Monday !lAemnpM: 7 :10 to \.IH:( !
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lint: iib.I.-I l \}
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Colonization TrutH anywhere I If you take hold of it you; can't letgo. hnie-- and: the tree wa- again CIIJONIHJ good' < 'IhurHiliiN!> 7 (IN) to K'Uirt.srs ::
t lend'adxic, i > impie'stou. with thefact e.lltb.Tbeie.
in Florida. ( "" .. .... I I't I IOK J. J. I INd XI.I.'S I lss'INS Per's KAII
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hands that icijt-" i i- i I'"1 i PKIC .
So long as keep your -- -
you safe.Likewise change! to be. need at. .ind' I you' d!, !IMMOIUM. I'OKM:: t ., I'nvatt instructions" ,if d"H'r.at' \
away from the "A. C. you're seems' to be no doubt in anyicxly's rates.
l'I'1 --- ..,,. !I., . pared
t tcinnne l I to be cai ful e.I -( to--" ;
the only way not to fall i a mind that lresident'lect, 1-

victim of golf is to let it alone. many halls.. .l I.hn| .1 11gulls once was u senator sun is boss. l J
Titles to City Lots It looks, So \ou take a lap
"a -y'
1; IVople who've I never played gulf I f''i.in. tin uondeifultate, of Kansas.

t' ; EXAMINED PROMPTLY. are pleased to make fun of the !gain. ,at a )brand ,new ",];1.\, ,'." and il -hcv- 11 l< it \\11"' who said 1'urily in politics. 111111111111I111111111111

: elf ,into ,lh' "rough' and hid, in a holt "
i They say it will do fairly well foY'oh Iill, : descent( dream, but times,
I and puN) the hole), in' atti-t it ; 01 els*
like Mr. Rockefeller or fat met forward
men lian !(' and men keep going
-lIhll, I beautifully I :acioss' tlu
1 it :
poe-
l luke Mr. Taft. ,aid purity in politics I is fast )becoming
i I who lake: then change -, mind all of ;i
LEWIS O'BRYAN, !Manager, I There was a fellow in Atlanta i possibility., J.
. Office. I his bulk and ln' Midden and dm Us down, kerplunk out
yI Kiwsimmee prided himself on All !good dreams come true soonerr We Are Glad to Announce
his of the world of ipht in' the water.
I ro muscle, on knowledge later.
) :Maybiou\ h.i\c. one hall left bI_ the.
from luidgt
", -- and his knack at games Had! Senator Ingulls' chosen hter-
football. tune von 'lamiile t hick t to the flub ,, 4* to our man) frtt'luIlIII\ rutulner. (hat e expect to mote into our
whist to atur(' as a lifework he might have ,
:! Head Office: Bisbee Building "No, I'm g'l'ttingpretty well along,, house. or maybe you ha\en't. I shined! with, the immortals. Some ofhis

f i' Jacksonville, Pla.; Branches: but I've not been measured, for golf' The caddie picks his chance. HeI'atthes his
on New Store
writing, notably essay Np. 310 Broadway
I Kissimmee, Fla., Fort Myers, ctubs-YET," he would! "a)'. I you when nobody is looking."Here's I Grass will bear comparison ,
: ; Arcadia Fla.PURE friend inveigledhim / six, as good as new," he5'huper.4 Blue ,
Fla., Then, one day a with the finest product of our lan- 1 next week and invite all lo tie il( us and .see our display of the largest
n, "Want 'em for 75 cents ?
driver into
to East Lake, got a I I stock oft
his hands, and persuaded him to swingat One hand is at the .mouth of your guage.'
.A the other held out for the One day he wrote a sonnet. Now I
a ball. bag:> money. :
.l The caddie is ready to close the trade 'onnets are difficult to write-that is,
Golf had him-from that moment Furniture and House Furnishings |
good Bonnets And as was to be expected :
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on;; just as it gets all the rest. lie and be off.When / ,
BRED POULTRY the senator wrote a good one
forgot everything else except that after playing awhile, you ] | between Jacksonville and Tam pa, and make any BUCKestlon as' to

little white baJL begin 'to notice other things on the -from the standpoint of rhyme; meter the best arrangement of the stock. It will pay you (to get our'
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r Breeders of highest type Black Like many beginners l he showed I, course b<,,,ides'the ball on which and form."Opportunity". 1 prices before buying elsewhere.Kissimmee.

l Minorca, White Leghorns, Cornish (or thought he showed) quite an ap- I you're, trying to keep your eye--or i.s the title of that'

Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, tjtude for the pame. He could hIt'' hich, having hit, you are trying to sonnet, and it has been passed along I

r Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and find when begins normally from land! to land until now it girdles I Ii
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the hall in the middle of the nose and I II your I i
,, Mallard Ducks. High class breeding You know it by Furniture Co. I IPfiont
atock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Cor I send it straight toward the preen. I to observe other objects within range, the earth. may ,
see unemployed caddies kicking ieart. If you do not, here it i is:
1 respondence solicited. Everything Of course he "got himself measured. I you

absolutely guaranteed as representedor ." And thereafter he spent his about in the rough for lost balls which 52
refudded.f Master of human destinies am I I
money have and
players abandoned fishing
spare time and his spare money in I
I Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps
them: out of the water in various
f THE OAKS POULTRY FARM pursuit of the great pastime. He '

took lessons from Stewart Maiden- 1 ways, some with long poles, some wait I walk I I I i I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I.I. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I M I I I I I I I I I
in waist and Cities and fields ; penetrateDeserts
wading deep lifting them
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NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA after realizing that his seeming aptitude ,
2-13t was a delusion and a snare. lie from the mud with their prehensiletoes. and seas remote, and, passingby !

. rt, I You see them washing and
read the golf news in the papers and I

: :-: :-:-:-:-: :-+ acquired golf\ literature galore. He polishing! the balls, to make them look hovel and mart and palace, soon or I

talked golf to the men in the office; all ( like new. late TATE BAN OF SSIHHEE

TOR SALE the time. lIe even lost .interest in And you wonder in this wise: If I knock unbidden once at every gate! .

.' L dances and dinner parties. lIe de- it's against the rules for them to If sleeping, wake Mf feasting rise I ,

1 464400 veloped the golfer's tan, began wear- poach on the sporting goods dealers before Oldest Bank in Osceola County

' $ .. 0{ ing soft collars and used a belt instead and if no player ever buys, why do I turn away. It is the hour of fate.

FARM of suspenders.The they go to all this trouble ? Especially .And they who follow me gain every I !Depository For
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Fervor of Golf. I since you may have observed',: state
and Grove ; 0e' .
y Orange Golf is like lots of other things be- also, by this time, a more or less general :Mortals desire and conquer every fot't ( OF OS( iol.A: Ki.oitiUA.OU.M'V ( ITV OK K ISJtl MMKK.

indisposition on the part of cad- Save death but those who doubt or''
300 Grapefruit and Orange trees, sides a live wire. It is like religion,, ;

70 bearing; 25 Acres Cleared, 40 for instance. The first thing a man dies toward physical exertion. hesitate, I Capital Stock Fully Paid _h______u____h__ _ h___$50.000.00

a { Acres Good Pine Land, on North Shore does after gettingrtltj'ion is to quit The Expense of Golf. Condemned to failure, penury and woe Surplus --- - -_ ____ __ _____ __ _ ___ __ __ _ _ ___ __ 30.000.00Stockholders'

1, ) of East Lake Tohopekaliga. in View his meanness-that is, if it really A man's sense of economy, if he seek me in vain; and uselessly Im- I Liability -_ __________ h ____- _u_ _u 50000.00

Y, of St. Cloud, Fla. "takes." The next thing on the program has any after golf gets him, may tell plore- Depositors Security --- ---____- ____'__ - _ _ .! !30.000.00

\ is 10 give religion) to everybodyelse him he can't afford the game. Thisdoesn't 1 answer not and I return r nor '. INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPAfiTi.1E.NT.

:.: D. S. AUSTIN, in reach. It is so good that he I stop him. It doesn't even ----- --. SAFETY CEP031T BOXE.; fOR RENT.
cause him to hesitate. The grip of J. \Volh..I! :, p-.anaper: af the
to divide it
wants with his friends
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k I and the world in general. I the game very promptly stranglessuch Pastime, hay r<"' 'i\cd.! a letter) from C. A. Carton, .fno. M., It!', M. Kat', N. D. Carroa,

:, . i And the first thing a man does af- trivial rons'dprat'ors. the DoKnrd B-of, '.ness I.ea'v, as: king 'J I'liHlJtiii., . \n-i I li.mJ, "t. tad Vit I Ir.at. OmliUr

;'.1 tIT ter g'ettinlg'olf\ -which, differing, (Continued on page 9)) I if any hal goc would!:!b' inid by -_. ,.. . -

{:'J.' forsake his old ways, and then go the local inovinj; pictur" th-atcr, ro': ._ -----
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WILL\ TRY ITIt machine. Mana >Woodiicvk z- -
I to every creature.lie ,,; topli"d .x -n..IL"--L: _' L'L _
hy sayirg'that' he would be gla' i ito '
: I gets as much, if not more,
; P.o(1.tti} p tJ I pleasure in making a new convert to use the film without cost: : to I le .

'' the as in playing it himself. arid. This is a piece of enterpri
'I' game Make No Difference What It
J. II. I end's The other day an Atlanta lady Cost. undertaken by the Del/and) liusines R. S. FLOYD

called up a gentleman who plays golf League to advertise tho town, and Mr.
That's what a mUll said 1 the other Voodheck thinks all such
U1 HomeBakery and said she wanted to make a bargain day when his friend, who had suffered enterprises
should be cricouraged\ and ho willing
't with him. for years from rheumatism told
"I want my husband to play golf what Taylor's Best Blood Medicine to do his part. lie suggests that
did for him. .
and want wife I it t would be a good! thing for the Kis-
a you your to play, she If you take Taylor's Best Blood
GrocerGet
rrllde said. "You play and I play. My Medicine you will recommend It to immee Board of Trade to take up.
I your friends because when you are
proposition is this: If you'll get my relieved of those dreadful pains In the
husband to play I'll get your wife to I back and limbs you begin to feel like M. Tiller relates an interesting experience -

+ play." I'' life Is worth living and you want in doctoring: a sick tree.
I friends to be happy with
your you.
t A'r TOMATO PLANTS. "Good," said the golfing! husband to I Come to our store and get a bottle Some months ago he noticed that one our price on

f I shall have several million Living the; golfing wife; they made the bargain to-day and when you have tried it of his maple trees was looking puny,
,' ston's New Ulobe tomato plant for If you are not satisfied with the result and found a big hollow at the bane GRAIN
,It ale ready about Feb. 1st. ITIce I1.6O ; and thereupon they set to work take back the bottle. and get your HAf FEED
per thousand. $1.40 for 10.000 lots and with a degree of zeal and fervor comparable I money. of the branches. lie had heard that ,
i t pu. f. am also headquarters for aweet Price, $1.00 the bottle. Gold Dust washing
II potato flip Write for catalogue. to that of missionaries en Your powder was goodfor which we make a specialty ..1'Ir
.J: R DAMS DAHTOW .FLA.44pd. own druggist recommends, and. such tree afflictions and he r
*. route to Christianize the heathen. tuarantcts Taylor's Best Blond Mi dl- poured 1 1i 1t

( Msr eln"e. ask him about It. ..... two packages of the powder in the 'Ir'Iret


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LONG' AS',THERE'IS N6 ACTION :. WITT BROWN ,IS MAKING: EX- BAKING '

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in 'order to tecnro. seeded loom fortheir.Hardware; and Builder s Supplies, wo NATION. .UNUSUAL FEATURE.. 'I' :

4' will pnVoa: **!. their entire stock of Furniture and'HouMfumisbinp. : :-, ;....:.- 1 1 1 POWDER. : -!;',r ..'. : ii; .

.. + WHITTIER; Feb. 4.-Rex has,beenin The school board made'a visit'of 1 .: ,
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this classic"l locality since; Christmas inspection'to the ,Osceola High school'!: Absolutely Pure > '
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and as 'reports''seemed'to' Indicate .. Tuesday afternoon* under;'the con], ., \ fs
|hat one of our worthies'was to ductorship of Supt W, J. Sears.: All +
assume( the of correspondent members of the board present Economizes Batter nour.f*I. ..:- .
A Reduction of 30 Per prerogative were. j '." ,u t
from our town, waited* patiently Including Chairman W. C. Bass, W. Eggs; makes the'food more ,
.''or an item to. appear Patience W. Chandler and) George D. Over- ,
laving been exhausted, we have con- street. As special guests were Mrs appetizing and 'wholesome '' Ord
--Cent. Will Be Made cluded to acquiesce with .some of our W, J. Sears, D.B. Potts, editor of the f
people and recognize the Meting necessity Osceolu Journal; W. B. Hards and J.H. . made' '/
that the county should be Reese, of the Valley Gazette. The only Baking team
'1 "' From This 'Date. capable of understanding something Principal R M. Evans in the role of from,Royal'. Grape of Tartar ,1
about Whittier. The railroad prop- Host evinced pride and interest in ,
osition' is being discussed with an showing the visitors over* the build f, r
earnestness that shows how Interestedour ing, and in providing Impromptu exhibitions -
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people are i;this enterprise. The on the part of the students "
track has been laid ,to within a few which left no doubt of the'thoroughness }
Tail store I b absolutely BeW. The prices are plainly marked Yon, can miles of our berg and we expect in of the training ,received at the turn was made as quickly and with The orchestra' will play at,the school, s
the no distant future to hear the school. as much respect, for orderliness as commencement, and then'the,general
save 30 cent on,the dollar by baying bere.AO marked the evacuation. public will;'have''.an opportunity, ,; '
whistle of the locomotive and the rumble The first department visited was the .,
oar Fan tar. was boafbt direct from the'factory. We first give yon of the car wheels. first grade In-charge of Miss Emma The visitors were next led to the pass its own opinion.' .: ; ;L +
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The postoffice question comes Yowell. The little fellows were not auditorium where the high school orchestra The visit1; of'inspection' was' eom: ': '
the saving of a middleman's profit and now we save you 30 per cent more. next in the list of items. The present i in the least abashed by the presence was assembled. A concert pleted by round-up In laboratory, I vfil
postmaster (Balsden) has resigned I I i I of the strangers, and wJnt through I under the direction of R. DeWitt where Mr. Evans,;performed ,several "''s, '

and a new a aspirant (Randolf Young) I I(I I their exercises almost perfectly. They I Brown was -given and the applause interesting' .experiments.,, The, lab-t g .
forwarded a petition about three 'I,, read their word lesson from the blackboard which greeted the numbers was .not oratory' is well equipped and the t *r
r I months ago for the position, the usual I and with that completed drill- lof that character denoting.'polite" recognition high school student are'taking great 4 '
We Lave a large and complete stock of the best furniture. We havedecided acknowledgment of the receipt of the I I ed back to their desks with military only'it; w/is given with spontaneity interest in this department I, of their v'
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to discontinue this department It awaits your inspection. Wo lane application is the only notice thus far precision;' they recited a Psalm In and enthusiasm. The show work. Ec
received. This and 'other circum- unison and sang a gesture song. The ing made by the orchestra ia little The school board,,and the ,school.
anytbinf yon might want WHY PAY OUT DOLLARS WHEN SEVENTY stances connected with postoffice affairs pupils in this grade average six or less than remarkable.: It was organ- superintendent aDd; teachers have 1. '

CENTS WILL BUY AS MUCH lead us to suppose that the pres- seven years in age, and the exercises ized only a few months ago, and Mr. cause to be'proud ,o(the'KIssimmee: f '
V ent administration intends to throw given were those of their daily routine Brown was engaged to give C'nlY'one schools., The building is one of,the '
-.... these burdens on the back of the incoming 'I and without special preparation. 1 1I lesson a week. The regularity of the best in the State and the student '(a 's '
0000000000 ********* political power. Civil service I The superiority of modern methods instruction was broken for several body' is above thi average in''' many ./ '
examination, as we understand it, scored at once with all the visitors. weeks by the illness of the teacher. respects. ,', ' ly u '
FIRST CUSS BARBERS I
If you wan I under President Taft's order, includes I It was quite different when they at- The school board has arranged with :.' I
BARGAIN A. E. FORD the fourth class offices; if this be the I tended school. Mr. Brown for two lessons each week, The stock. exchange thanks the government ; i y
18 Broadway case (while we acknowledge the necessity -I I The fire drill was next given. Prin- and it is believed that with this help just the same, but 'says' 'It: i ', ""t
ORANGE GROVE CIGARS: TOBACCO, ETC. to a certain limit for such ''cipal Evans sounded the fire alarm, the organization will have advanced would rather not'be incorporated. -I
Under New 7!; r.
Management. action) it will be a drawback to manyof I' and the exodus started. The house enough by the end .of the term to con- '
000000000.0000000,00 The things a girl wants to tell her' "
or land to grow the aspirants for fourth class positions | was vacated by seven hundred pupils tinue without the teacher. The or- ," ,
mother because she ought to she forgets -' t t r
tJa.hnWhit3&CCo.LO as it has been the custom in ''in two minutes and a half. There chestra is composed of Helen Jones, to. '
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Oranges stnuc. KV. the past for retiring postmasters to'I' I was no disorder and very little noise Lillian Prentis, Tony Rogero first.vio-
fie hen 1687MlglMSliiisfhilprkwpsM instruct the incomers as to the duties i'' except the steady tramp-of seven hunI lins; Katherine Carr, Prator Gilbert All men'may'be equal but women ', x
'Grapefruitaee j 'I' devolving upon them.A I I dred pairs of feet in the corridors and second violins; Mae Graves, first cor- are superiOI'-lO says a suffragette. \ ..>'
BUCKELS & FURS"and new church is the next thing in i -on the stairs. On the campus the net; Bert Wells, second cornet: Law- 0' h ''i
HIDES 4 I order, as old things are passing away pupils stood in platoons as'they drill- rence Griffin, trombone; Cecil Pren- odubt, that when it comes to athletlca ; n n'i j ti
l ,p woo S. usuaoe (Continued on page 8)) ed out of the school house-and the re- tis, clarinet; Harold' Buzza, piano. Yale Is still some university. ,
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:. Valley Gazette.ItTBtJSHHD'BVKRT and Marshal, and(to make; the, office !Hiy ,t ,' It.
THEjGAZETTE'1S HALL,OF FAME;}] of Marshal appointive. Ho thought II /.

,., : :: 'FRIDA.T.'OFFICE. D'! IN 'VALLEY QAZETTE'BUILDINOXIS8IMMEIlL . t it operated to the detriment of the ; ANNOUNCEMENTS. ''!IIi.; ,
welfare for the "man UP t.
general
: 08CKOLA COUNTY. .FLORIDA, PAULINE" BROWNE HAZEN big the position of Marshal: occupy-- !Ii. .. .(

'The Tampa Blue Book" has just been issued at the work of Mrs fore the people for election when I it !ififfiifi! !Hi!Hi !Hi !Hi Hi!ffi !W Hi !W!W! .
1."W."B.. : p"; . Editor in the of his
r- HARRIS .Uaher., J.. 1L .REESE, I became necessary courso -
---- .. h' Pauline Browne Hazen.. The compiler introductory note say. Thi duties. for him to'make cases against 1 t":
: '. volume i i. not claimed to, be simply an elite directory but is something 'voters and thereby excite their a n- I hereby announce my candidacy y
8t1D cIPTIONRATEs, : One cop,.. one' year ,.--.?_.."._?.-_._.._$l.60 '..7*: which will be found much u.eful-a book'of reference setting He thought it would be for re-election to the "office of City "
P ODe I ... ..._._.. .. One copy, month .._. .. .40 more tagonism. Marshal.
copy ( xmontbi "* three ,( ,
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: ."" .' .C h .. '.." ".r zneed forth_organized! t social life'of Tampa,:and it will :meet :a long ,felt elected much better by the for, Council the or appointedby to tf-pd' .F., W PITTMAN.I .,.
in hoter""and'busines'housesriKcontainJcon
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Irned bjr the writer.. cise information given in a brief way which will be of practical service Council; -.*' hereby i yeelf-a; candidate .

Rejected matter" fill not.be return edi unless culled for. saving hours of research and proving'invaluable to the thousands' This suggestion. seems to meet with for, the office of Marshal, and .

. 1 who will consult the book." The. book i is all of this, and even more. general approval, and it is likely that Tax Collector for the City of KJs-
simmee to the action
Entered at,the o.to< .. . -_-- n" .._ . It is Tampa's first Blue Book, and marks an era. Whenever a town the next Legislature to include 'this While T Primary.
!'j reaches the Blue Book stage it is making strides toward that elevation end other desirable changes. FLOYD TYSON.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 1913. of its social life which reflects dignity, protection and Disposal Important.A '
I _.... __ .. . .... encompassep Garbage ,
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H stimulates good behavior. Mr*. Hazen has done her. work well and speaker who was 'not on the program -

ha accomplished something for the go d 'of! Tampa. She i is a news not' being a candidate, was J. We are authorized ,to announce the
v.--rwWYV". W M. Taylor. Mr. Taylor addressed themeeting.after name of FRED W. BASS as a candidate .
j w paperworker in the ranks having conducted the society departmentof the
the Tampa Tribune for a number of years which equivalent 16 been scheduledjroaramhad for the.-office- ofMayor of-Kia_

EDITORIALH. ] saying that.her work always measures up to a high standard. had listened attentively and had heard simmee., ...
; none of the candidates say a word
. .........!.o._...._._._... about the important matter of sanita- At the solicitatton Hof myi, many- /1

H HUGH REESE P - - -- tion. "I. heard a good deal," said Mr. friends, I hereby announce myself a
- --- Taylor, "about the knockers. It is my candidate for Mayor of Kiseimmee .

opinion that if you ,don't want any City, and solicit your support .' .y

1'\ THE EFFORT TO ERADICATE THE "CATTLE TICK A MOVEMENT knockers that you shouldn't give any- CEO F. '
THE GOOD WORK OF DEVELOPING OSCEOLA COUNTY CANNOTBE III body anything to knock about" Mr. PARKER

STOPPED THOUGH IT MAY BE HINDERED. IIi THAT SHOULD HAVE HEARTY COOPERATION.. Taylor then talked about the unsatisfactory .
manner in which the garbage I hereby announce myself as a ei I i''

J;, I wits disposed bf, and suggested that didate for Mayor, subject to the will f
The State Board of Health has undertaken the
When the County Commissioners discontinued the first of the th a campaign against deadly there
at year should be some reform in that of the people at the ensuing election ?-

r distribution of the county newspapers among prospective settlers the belie f I cattle tick. A representative of the Stale Board in the person of the State dnection. He was warmly applauded. I respectfully ask your support. \

L with that the had been considered the Veterinarian visited Osceola county last week and inspected some of f the cattleon Marshal Pitman arose and said that JAMES w. LILLY.
many was matter not thoughtfully by : for fear that some might think that
{, Board. the ranges. It did, not require much inspection to satisfy his accustomed eye the regulation of the garbage matter I .

.... came under his jurisdiction as Marshal I For Councilman '
The. effectiveness of that; bind of advertising had been so well establishedwith I that the cattle were infected. that he wanted it understoodthat

;4 r those who had watched it carefully that it was recognized! as the best I Cattle raising is one of Osceola county's leading industries. The broad the matter was entirely in the I hereby announce myself a candidate
for of
hands of the chairman of the streetcommittee thebfTice Councilman, /
sf ,Dorm of publicity yet tried, the cost considered. The technical objectionthat I ranges of this territory are stocked with thousands of cattle and the report "the Honorable H. M. I.and respectfully solicit the support of I

the expenditure was not authorized by law was offset by the fact that the' of the representative of the State Board is that hundreds are dying with Texas I Urcukor" all the voters of this city. I promise >>

'( policy had become ,fixed by several years of custom. and there had been no fever caused by the ravages of the cattle tick. e..:-}s-: ;-:-:-:.
I complaint, whereas commendation was general. It is estimated that the cattle tick is coiling the Souh annually from .:. DEATHS. 0 attention to the city's, interest that I \
.... ..
:-: : :-:-:-. would to
The of Board of Trade committee Monday to the fifty million to one hundred million dollars. The cost is appraised in various my private business. Election \\c
appearance a urge con : I '
\ 'Wilrox March 29th 1913.
; 1l fi i'f. tinuance of the subscriptions and the refusal of the Commissioners to do so ways. Aside from the death loss the cost is counted in the stunting of native Franklin Franklin Wilcox died Sunday evening Respectfully,, R. D. WARING. 1 1

i i !. brought about a development however, that was unexpected and makes it cattle, the reduced yield of dairy products the inferiority, of beef and hides at K o'clock, and the remains were "
-
and the of bred stock the blood. Thus I sent on the noon train the next day 4,
clear that the Commissioners have beeniiursing a grievance which. found vent danger importing high to improve to Wayne, Ohio, his old home for I wish to announce my candidacy ,

,v' in a resolution introduced by the Chairman. The editor of the Gazette discussed the price is paid in many avenues. burial. for member of the City Council, sub-

the resolution in the presence of the; Commissioners and said all then The State Board is attempting lo obtain the cooperation of the individual I Franklin Wilcox was born in Ject to the will of of the voters of ;;
Wayne, Ashtabula Co., 0.
1 cattle owners and the authorities to establish dipping va 15. The i I : July 27, Kissimmee in the approaching-
that he had to say on that subject. county 1839.: grandfather came from tion. i

,t, The Gazette will continue to work as earnestly and conscientiously lor arsenical dip is known to contain certain death /for the tick. It- is more or i 'C['onn.ticutt and was among the first 4
settlers' in that His G. II. PRATHER.
'1 b the good of the town and county as it has in the past. It is a poor sort of I less expensive when undertaken indiwdually ll may be established in a : :",HS the first white township.girt born mother there. 1"

4 patriotism that quails or halts because of soreheaded criticism. We are certain n public manner at a smaller proportionate cosl These steps to eradicate the I 'Ho was one of a family of nine chil- I lam a candidate for Councilman to-
f $ d:)In.n of whom five
' that the resolution represents nothing except that which was conceived in pique ick are being taken to exert an immediate activity in gelling cattle men aroused. : He was married to are Elsa living.Wilder, and be elected at the next city election,, I :J'

I and put forth in bad humor. We do not believe that it represents the sentimentof The State Board will apply lo the next Legislature for authority to expend t their home was without change untilthey and respectfully solicit the support of .

in the work winch lieing started the callle districts The came to Kissimmee two years the voters of Kissimmee. )'
in
,{ the other Commissioners nor of the Chairman himself. money assisting is ago because of the health
4 i failing of DOZIER LEITNER. 1
;4 Stale. Board has ample funds at its command, and it will not be necessary to i, 1 Mr. Wilcox. There are five Children

--- -- ask for from the four of whom are in Kissimmee and r
Legi alure
,I an appropriation me married- fiaiivlifAi----8----. {I.... .li.,.rn.... .I".. I take thin means of announcing my \\I?
.
The Gazette urges the cattle owners in this county to get in touch with I Washington, I). C.Mr. Wilcox was a :I candidacy for the position of Councilman 4'

I THE LONG FIGHT FOR AN INCOME TAX AMENDMENT HAS I the Stale Board of Health al Jacksonville, and learn more about the work consistent member of the Presbyterian j I subject to the action of the 1

BEEN WON; NOW FOR THE LAW. which is just now being inaugurated lo nd the State of ths| serious hindrance I Savior.church and died ,trusting his i I I voters at the forthcoming city elec '

His body will be buried tion. I pledge my best endeavors for
lo the development of one of its most hopeful activities. at the old !r
: The State of Wyoming ratified on Monday the income tax amendment .. home, Wayne, 0., the remains being a businesslike administration so far "
----- : --- accompanied north ty two of the as it is possible for tl
I one holding that
" to the Constitutution of the United States, making the thirty-sixth State to children. The funeral services were
I II position to control. '
; take such action. Thus the required three-fourths of the States to approve t! I conducted by Rev. S. S. Snyder of the i J. W.
IF PRESIDENT WILSON WANTS TO MAKE UP A PROGRESSIVE I Presbyterian church. | THOMPSON pIn '
\\1., t the provision has been secured and a law will be enacted to make it effective. -
I CABINET-HERE'S HIS CHANCE. I Miss Bennie Story. I
, '; It is possible that some will regret that Florida did not have an essential Bennie, the 17 year old daughter of j making this my announcement '{,';

)Ir. and Mrs. S. II. Story, died Tues- for councilman. I wish to promise the
?f part in making the amendment valid but this sentiment if it exists is mere I
President-elect Wilson has said that he wants to have nothing but Progressives day forenoon, and the funeral was I voters in soliciting their
sentiment. The that number of States acted before the conducted I' support that if
fact
the
3'l .necessary Wednesday at 9:30: .
his : by Rev
'. about him yet he seems lo be having a hard time in making up J. I shall} exercise in that position if' ..if
D. Sibert.
Cta Florida Legislature had an opportunity to ratify the provision is rather a cause i aljinet. The death of this lovely I''elected, the best judgment I can coot t

a for mild rejoicing for it will enable Congress to become active earlier on the< i If the Progressive President wants to have a Progressive Cabinet throughand woman was a shock to the: young entire mand in discharging the duties and

5 measure to levy such taxes. town and the cause for deep sorrow ,obligations of the office.T. +
ihiough and wants to give the country a genuine sensation as well we i for many. She was a student of the .
I It i i. said that the Democrats M. RIVERS. ;
have been calculating the amount of revenue suggest that he, fill his Cabinet,as follows: Osceola High School, in the ninth
.I\ .. to be raised by the levy of income \ that the grade and the funeral services -
4 an tax.and < revison of the tariff is Secretary of State. William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska. attended by the members of the grade were I hereby announce myself a esadi's
to be made with this in view. It if estimated that one hundred million .dollars in a body accompanied
Secretary of the Treasury, John D. Works of California. by the teacher. 4 date for member of the Council

will be turned i into the treasury from the collection of income taxes. There Secretary of War Thomas Watson, of Gedrgia. honorary Mrs., Bessie escort Bryan Simpson. An 4 of Kissimmee subject to' the action of

f seems little doubt that such a''' law' will be passed but there is opposition to it, Attorney General l. Robert M. LaFolIette. of Wisconsin: . Bass, 'Annie Cromartie, composed, Estelle Helen Gilbert the electors in the forthcoming election.

a and it* passage may; be obstructed and 'indefinitely, delayed. The history of Postmaster General,._Joseph L. Bristow, of Kansas. .' . Maurine Dann, Mattie Bell Har I take this method of pledging 4
the fight for income indicates that the ris and Rose O'Berry, all fellow stu- my best efforts In the interest of the
an tax measure will not have smooth sailing
Secretary of the Navy James A. O'Gorman of New York. dents of the deceased, marched in the city in the event of my election.M. .

.( altogether. Secretary of the Interior. Jonathan Bourne, of Oregon. C.procession.W. The pall bearers were B. WILSON. :
Griffin, F. W.
t It would'appear to be only prudent to delay the revision of the tariff Secretary of Agriculture Charles Barrett, of Georgia. : McPhatter, Lewis Whidden Pittman,, James John :* l;;

unit the income tax law is passed, or to revise the tariff as if there was no such Secretary of Commerce and Labor, Luke Lea, of Tennessee.By Beaman and Ji. Clay Stanford. I am a candidate for the office of ',
' probability the collection of The floral offerings were numerous City:: Councilman and respectfully
as a revenue from incomes. The
wisdom of the Ii
1 making such selections the President would have men whose progressiveness and beautiful chief them be- solicit .
among the
support of the voters at
I Democratic leaders may be trusted to avoid such unwelcome ing a flower '
any complication. pillow and-
violet
could not be questioned and he would have moreover men representing a anchor the approaching election.
designed by Tampa florists, and t, ':
---<00 every sction: of the country whose talents and abilities recommend I sent by the students of the ninth E. H. HALL.' ',.:.1 '

them peculiarly' for the portfolios for which they are hereby nominated.i grade.. ,
: I Death was due to a relapse of NOTICE. hI Ii
THE :HONOR OF THE STATE IS NOT measles of which there has been :'
CLEARED BECAUSE COL. an Notice is hereby given that in order : ;.
epidemic in the ,
town. The
j f WAILES ACCEPTED THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED FOR HIM of the community sympathy to qualify to vote in the city election ; ,* '
goes out to the ?
I LETTERS TO THE GAZETTE EDITOR :i members of the bereaved family. poll taxes must be paid on-or before ,1'

x p \a; , The public conscience is asleep if the representatives of the people in 11 E. J. BROWN Saturday, February 8.

office are not urged to pay the full amount of the claim held the Stateof E. J. Brown died Friday at noon and C. L. BANDY, $
against
Comptroller's Office, State of FlorIda -I with flying colors. The bond issue I and was, buried j the following day at 5-4t Tax Collector. };' ;
Florida by Col. Sidney I. Wailes. The simple circumstance that\ Col. Tallahassee. I should be of ample proportions to I Pleasant Hill. Mr. Brown came from ;

"'- Wailes recently accepted the appropriation of twenty-five thousand dollars I received your letter of the 4th complete the entire system of main Alabama to Florida a quarter of a cen- OOOOOOOOOA00004404 ', ',
inst, and a copy of the Kissimmee : canals. Just how much would be required tury ago and settled in the 4 ,. "
does not relieve the State of the moral obligation to pay the balance.Col. Valley Gazette containing the edi- for this purpose should be de, station neighborhood. lie lived Campbell there 0 THE GAZETTE ANACTIVE O Io

Wailes is an aged man, and is poverty stricken. He spent ten torial referred to in your letter.I termined by a Board of Expert Engineers until a year and a half ago, when he AGENT 4 ,
have read the editorial with care and not felt to the moved to i
\ judgment Kissimmee and
years of his life and forty thousand dollars of his own funds in collecting a and greet pleasure as it states the of simply one man. of his death his home; was at on the Brack time 0 B-r-r-r Cold, 4 below zero, 4 _

r, debt from the Federal Government for the State of ,Florida that the State matter fairly. I thank you for i Thanking you for your kind in-I street in this city. Mr. Brown was o north-west wind. O 't u<,;

would never have gotten if it hadn't been for his writing the article and for earnest, Uj
W f untiring and painstaking attention thereto. your able pen, I am, with best wishes, health for some years. lie (10
work. Yours truly, Yours I of was one Please find $1.50 to renew my 4
the
\ very sincerely. oldest of our citizens, and 1
W. V. KNXTT) V. w. HELMS: highly respected by all. He was 0 subscription. Gazette which i\ ,
The actual amount collected by Col.! Wailes 1089000. I is sur- $
was He had Comptroller.State vived by his wife and two sons, 4 has not expired as yet for some O

a contract with the State for fifteen per cent. of the total amount turned Department of Agriculture, State of Messrs. E. E. and Horace. The for- 4 time,but I do not wish to miss a 0 1

d through his efforts into the State treasury. Tins contract was. made with of Florida, Office of State I.I Florida, Commissioner's Office, Tal- mer was until the first of the year a (10 number dt your able paper. O lAt
member
of
Treasurer, Tallahassee.If lahassee. the Board of Public Instruction i'J'
Governor Drew. It_was recognized and ratified by every succeeding Governor we had more men like This is to express my thanks to v 0 I would like to add a rd O :

and the Legislatures under them UNTIL the money was collected; it was you in the State the pubic would be you for your able editorial in the Ga- a against the Commissioners discontinuing .
repu better informed as to the correct zette of Dennis E. Lowell. Co the O '
diated Governor January 2nd. I feel sure subscriptions of :
by
Jennings and every Governor succeeding him and the Legis- status of public matters and would Resolutions of
4
that article will be of much good to respect by KiRsimme. the Gazette that has been sent. 0 ,
latures under, them AFTER the money was collected.In lso have a more correct idea of the the people of the State. Chapter, R. A. M., U. D. a broadcast over I f
honesty or dishonesty of public of- With kind Whereas it has pleased the country, for 0
the name of common honesty and manhood, ask personal regards, I am, Almighty (10 I believe ;
t we if Governor Park ficials.! Editors like you will have a Yours very truly, God to remove from this life our and know that this has 0 ,i
Trammel] and members of the tendency to raise the standard of worthy Companion 0 been }
J Legislature think this right? W. A. McRAE I Dennis R. Lowell, a good plan to influence 0 \
Fighting a' brave battle for his rights, refusing journalism in the State and place it Commissioner of Agriculture.] t therefore be it resolved that in the 4 settlers to go to Florida' and ; '
to
the
death of
accept sop thrown to upon a higher plane, where it shouldbe. Companion Dwell we have 0
' him until forced by dire need to do so, the amount voted to him not lost a most faithful and consistent ticularly to Kissimmee and pare"f

'! .. the actual amount spent by him in securing the State's deserts even covering Yours sincerely, O'BRYAN' WITHDRAWS member, who in all things reflected 0 Cloud. I have property
Col. Wailes J. C. LUNING, honor on our ancient order. j (10 ests in both towns. 4a
presents an extraordinary figure It is the figure of old State Treasurer. He was correct in
an man tottering upon FROM MAYOR'S' RACE deportment, The Gazette that have been 0 .1
the brink of the grave a figure stooped with age and with earnest in his labors, gentle in his 'a sent out travel from hand to O ':::1',1;;,
wrung disappointments Vance W. Helm, 1204 Majestic manner, faultless in his life. 0 hand and have 0 .
a great influence 1 ;:t;
,
a figure with palsied finger reaching to the Building, Chicago.I Resolved therefore 0
part impenetrable veil (Continued from Page One.) that we commend in inducing' settlers to go to your 0 ';<
whose lips hare been hushed of protit by the talon clutch of Greed and just recently learned that you are of his bereaved widow to.the care 0 part of Florida. I am In touch O ;J.J -1,
supporting connected with the Kissimmee Valley said the God of the widow, o with '
he
didn't think the Illinois
it assuring her
'r quite Central railroad :
this 'vulture stands the State, regal iq its investiture Gazette. I would like proper of our-. : .' :
: of power splen very much to for him to make speech in the absence rmPathi and our assistance, 0 and keep informed on the genO
did hi'endowment of strength, but repugnant in the eye of honest men a* lubscribe for your paper. Kindly of the other candidates. Ha we should will she ever need the same. That o eral trend of travel to the South.t, j 4"jt a
put me on thelist right away for arear's tcok spread these resolutions 0 and the
occasions however to Kissimmee
0
the murk of Repudiation wreathe its outlines. pledge himself on ValJ."Gao -' h ,
majestic records
subscription and send me a to a thorough business administration Sw of' our Chapter furnish a ette has been a very active'4. ; :

Remember oh remember, you to whom is given the opportunity of righting >ill. I if, he was chosen to serve in SSTn.to 'the widow .of our deceased o agent to influence settler.to the .: t'M ,
That
was a splendid article that the Companion, and furnish o
Council.At .
t youIVJ'Ote another region
} thgreat: wrong that it j i' excellent to have the strength of a giant but it to the Legislature recommending : the conclusion of the papers f9r ubllcatlon.copy 4 around Kissimmee. O .r .
I', if it use'it a bond issue for the meeting B. S. SNYDER ROBERT A.. SHEAREtt 4 :
tyrannous to as a giant Everglades. Mayor Bryan suggested that the o Box '
city 236. Lewi.
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sincerely hope this will go through charter should be so amended as toT 1L- N. BRATTON o N '
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'.THE, jC> Bf t ll6B.VAJ.LEY GAH"I"I"E4feIepbODeNo..l1. scriptlon l and stated that, J. ., ,.. .. .., I -. .. ', ... .... '"_ 4 ," _. ,I >" : ,1 ..
;$;: : It.awa. de+ Hv Cj: Avant, of Hastings is spend: lI.claI'8tb.11'\ I fkdheMnee' rte"'th.Vprln" ..'(1 I' ,
lighted to And so.many substantial 1m-, j jtog;a few days }n'tbe| dty./ ' JAPANESE TEA AT eipll 5 and oriranlaatlon of c the .,
provements since his last visit. He is "Jft's. "' Party. In the joUr of KJslmm.C

Published W. a Every HARRIS.'Friday ,By an enthusiastic booster for this nee-' Dr.;., J. .W, Simpson visited Orlando. .. -. 'CHAPfER., HOUSE .' lawful b/the laws elector of the., who. City have of Kl-on I' ; ,r

tion, and Is looking forward. to the Wednesday.W. or before February tth. i51$. paid their VOTES FOR,
= .. .
.OOO..O.O.' . ...... .. ... time permanent when he home.can, make this city' his H.. Brokaw, .of Apopka, '.was' who taze.have registered for tn. years up- to 1(and 1 c ace: a

among the guests at that Graystone} THOSE WHO TOOK PART 1N PRO the March Tth, Kit; and who pledge
Weather ; themselves to abide by the result of
Report Mr. \L.Means4of, Oxford, Ga., Thursday aid primary election and vote for the
GRAM WEI B ARRAYED IN AP. WOMENCONTEST
I. in Kissimmee tor. a visit of some nominees 'thereof. at ta.n.ufng city ;
weeks Mrs. Hall 1 of )it. Vernon' Ohio, is lection*
to his daughter. Mrs R. M. PROPRIATE COSTUMES.
....... .... '
visiting her song J. W Hail{ of the f Ca dl _
Evans. ,
are daily
the Those,
Following tem. I Gem studio. and only those person, shall '. ,
i bo permitted to become candidates for
< peraturei and.pr ipltatioD.."., offices to be voted fOI'
PleaSerremember an4'don't n.e"4
The r.ceptbrcTues'day primary
'. .' reported by the Government the ; -forget 'Itel' 1C W": 'Carding; "of' Pittsburg. ; "Pa;, Chapter-Hous lections who "pledge themselves,, In ;
strawberry festival at the Chap ,arrived in the city last week for his) J evening. took the form of a'Japa. writing to.abide .by the result of said NOW 'ON-
X itatlon at Kissimmfte. for the House Tuesday evening from five regular winter visit. nests tea, and those who took part in primary election* and support\ the nom

week' ending Feb. 6,4913.: to ten, o'clock., No admission. : the program were dressed In Japa- the inee law.thereof' of )the who 8tat are of qualified under''' ''I' p

I Mr. Paynter, of' the Gem studio, has nese costumes, while the house decorations city of Klsslmme to hold Florida.office. and Registration Free .' -{

MAX. 'HIM,. BAM Business of especial importance will :returned from an extended. trip carried out the scheme.A Candidates for all office shall sign .. III
be discussed at the meeting of the through the north and number, of musical numbers a stipulation or agreement to the effect x
Friday .,.,... 76 63 . west. that If they are one of two candidate Everybody Eligible r' It
.
.
League Monday'afternoon. at- three the
'of the
composed
greater part for office ,
any th
receiving highest
Saturday,, .., 73 59 . *
,o'clock. Every. member, is urged. to Mrs. Anna Jordan will arrives in program, and some of.these were ei4 number of the first primary

;iunday.;, . 77 51 . I be._.present. the city, tomorrow from Tampa to >e ially delightful, among the num- election to tt'h.el en March 8, 1811, .. 3.00 BOX OF
,
Monday ,,..: ., 82 61 . visit here sister;,Mrs... .' D''Boo;; ., ' bers receiving distinct comment 'be they under will the ill city their laws petition as candidate to qualify.,for ,

Tuesday,44J\ JB3. _65 I ,Hart Chapter of the American Wo- T.M..Murphy.was ing the singing of. Mrs. Geraldine any office and that If they receive the ''
3- -* "' Jude wa.-confined lowest unmber CHOCOLATECANDY .
1 man's League will 'have r businessand ? Norton-'with-cuitar' -of vote* In the second
accompaniment:
I. W Wednesday . 77 71 ..081- social this to'his' home by illness for a day or primary election to be held on March ,
I meeting evening at The Brownie orchestra its usual '
made ISth, Kit, f or the office. for which : '
the
two :
- Thursday . . 77 f>9MM 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance. early part' of the week. happy hit. There were numerous they ,are candidate. they Twill .withdraw _',::I ,

-0.0'000.0 oo...... oo.ooo.. the' members is desired, "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" other-numhere' which were delightfully from the their city candidacy election to for be such held March of flea '

_.______ _. will be here Monday; February 19 at rendered. S9; 1911, and will In writing request -FR E- 1We
r Mrs. W. B. Morgan, 'of Louisville, the Pastime, under auspices of the After the program tea was 'served, the City Council to omit their name
t. I I III HIM I I Mill III Ky., la the guest of her school time Ladies Aid ahd the social period enjoyed. Misses from the ballot to be used In the gen- , ;
Society of the First 'will away'
Baptist eral positively
city election and support that candidate give ,
friend, Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. She .
church. Ruby Ellis and Marietta Pfann were for that? office receiving the "
ii THE LOCAL FIELD i will be here for several weeks and the hostesses. highest number of votes In said second a |3.00 box*of fine candy. Fri: .. c
during the time .will be the honor The primary election to be, Meld March 16 '
newly installed officers of the Next Tuesday evening there will 7 w ,
Kit . I day, February 7th, at 3:30: P / t'.1
guest at a number of social affairs. Pythian Sisters are: Vera Miller, P. be a strawberry and ice cream festival Lid of 0........ t. be Killed. '
i3Emm.i C.; Maude Thomas, M. E. C.; Mayme at the Chapter House and there Each elector In the City of Kli.lm- I M./ ahd. ,every Friday thereafter ' :: .>,, ; ,_

The Ladies' Aid Society of the Jeffords, E. S.r Ruby Roberts, E. J.; ..will be no charge for admission The mee qualified to vote In said primary till '. .
Presbyterian church"will have a pie Ola Griffin N''; Elizabeth Johnston League will election shall have the' right to vote. i ./
W. H. Brokaw with, Griffing Brothers ; keep open house, and In said primaries for: CONTEST CLOSES. '
the 40-tf I social at the Manse Wednesday even.. M. of R. and C.; Pearlie Bryan, M. of there will be no. special hostesses, but One Candidate for Mayor '
tree people. I ing, beginning at 7:80. Everbody in F.; Ella Gardner P.; Ha White, G. every member of the. League. will be One Candidate for Clerk .I it'. 'worth while to investigate I 'II'
: One
' Born, on Friday, Jan. 29th, to Mr. vited. The ladies are making preparations A from on the reception committee, and it is One Candidate Candidate for for Treasurer Marshal and Tax we make. no idle promisesat e." ' )
for crowd and party Germantown Pa. i
a large do expected that the affair will be one Collector .. : *
and Mra. H. D. Geigef, a daughter. J not want to be disappointed composed of Thomas Hornsby, William of the most pleasant of the season Three Candidate for Member. of .1. ,
Fling, and Mr. and.Mrs. John City Council for Two years eaah. '
Have you seen those pretty Coat The Valley Gazette wishes to make Brooks will start for Kissimmee tomorrow One Candidate for Member of City I
I
Suits an Stanford.? 60-tf I Ij amends! for a paragraph appearing, in over. the Merchants and CHAUTAUQUA COURSE Council for Tina One for year.q.alifyl.g. ,' :WEST KISSIMMEE' :' I! i,

I II a recent issue which stated that the Miners' Line. They have engaged 'accommodation Each person desiring to have his
j H. C. Stanford Co. now have the at the name printed on the primary election; ,i r ,'
Park hotel was the only hotel that hada Graystone for the j
I
FOR a candidate for
for the famous KISSIMMEE any city of*
I, agency.. Happgrade 60-tf sample room. The Graystone has remainder of the winter. flee tIT file with the chairman I of this TAYLOR'S .. ; : f.I f.
I overall committee, /
always kept a sample room for the on or before February 16, --i'
Thos. J. James, representing the 1813. his notice of candidacy and application -
i accommodation of the commercial .
sale all silks. Cut from tohave his name so printedupon Phone 250. Quick Delivery 1.1 :
Special on '
Josia Pearce A Son's amusements
travelers. The in :: LADIES OF THE CIVIC i I
LEAGUE blank
\ paragraph question a to be furnished by the ,
t 25 to 40 per cent. Next 10 days. 11.i did, injustice to the Graystone, of New Orleans, was in Kissimmeelast chairman of this commute, and accompanied I i '?'
i Stanford Co. 0-tt CANVASSING FOR TilE SALE 't t
C. which is week and made arrangementswith by the amount of hit assessment x
regretted.It a* specified below, and no I I
Woodbeck to exhibit
Manager OF SEASON TICKETS. name of any such candidate shall be I II .,
Mrs. Annie Cumbus, of Macon, Ga., I I w :
Daniel Froaman's great play, Mme. printed upon or counted or returned If ..
had been announced that a Sun- I I: shall .
II la this committee
of her aunt Mrs. R. T. mary necessary
is the guest printed ,
Sarah Bernhardt and her all star upon any such ballot unices <'
day school teachers' class would be- this meet at t o'clock P. M. on March 16. ., 1'
t Butler. gin Sunday at the Baptist church un- company in the great spectacular The Kissimmee Civic League is with.provision hall have been compiled I,|i I and likewise canvas the return of ..'
the said second primary and Uk.wl.emake 't'
,
Rendlen at law der the direction of trained Instruc- photo-play "Queen Elizabeth. One making a canvass of the town for the Form ef Ballot. I I I I certificate to the authorities of
t C. E. an attorney tors, but Dr. Holt received a tele- of the strongest stories! history has sale of tickets for a season of chau- The voting. In said primary elections the nolneen1iTtreof.! ; .
of Hannibal, Mo., is spending a few shall be by ballot. In ,
compliance with
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tauqua The ladies AMMMlSgeBt !
Thursday that the instructors who II'
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days would be unable to 'get to this original play-4000 feet- have undertaken this commendable laws, und the name of the candidate For the purpose of defraying the es'I. '
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Kl eimm.*. Dr. Holt the pastor, will which will be properly advertised, enterprise are being assisted by Miss for each office to be voted for hall be I including the the payment two primary of Inspector election ,,'. ,, J ,
Mrs. W. L. Poulk and children are preach at both mottling{ and. evening giving date, etc. The New Orleans Lena Jackson, representing the Alka- order.arranged on the ballot In alphabetical I,t and clerks printing of ballot., etc., .: ' ,.,
the of C. W. Hill in I
visiting family hours, at usual. States sayS: "Queen Elizabeth" is hest Bureau.It ..say..f) Retvrs).. I| the following assessment;: are levied >,: '
Miami. shown this week at the Trian- This against prospective candidates for the j< : t 4various
being is proposed to have a course of committee .hall meet at eight be filled .t'" t i '
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Th KKnmmee Library is located ion 'theater. No photo-play ever attracted four attractions o'clock P. M. on the tth day of March I Three Dollars, .
Miss! Mae Graves left Thursday for now including the Chicago 1913 In the City Council Chamber of Mayor :I '
Americus, Ga., for a visit of several in the Ch ptcHouse, annual more intelligent crowds than Ladies Orchestra, Walden, the the City of Kissimmee and publicly I I Clerk.Treasurer.Three. Three Dollar.Dollars, t 'I'
/ weeks to friends and relatives. memberahip $2. No.i-rroidents, alter those which have daily seen Sarah Magician, William Jennings Bryan canvass the returns and declare what Marshal and Tax Collector Three 's "

deposit of |1.00 as guarantee< niiim.t: Bernhardt in the leading role of this and the Olivette Concert Co., to come majority candidates vote have for been each nominated office voted by for a, \ Dollar, .i \i

Wood Wood, Wood. Phone 168 loss of books, can tit ka out books lot charming masterpiece. The rest of on Feb. 19, 20(), 21 and 22, respectively and In what cases the second primary Member.. City Council. One Dollar, i ,r tl
i for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per five cents each. Said dollar to be returned the cast, made up of some of the most election will have to be held and the t.speetor.. .
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trand. 7-tf when depositor ceases to noted actors and actresses in the The course is high class in chairman and secretary of this committee The following Inspectors and clerk '" '
every respect within two day thereafter are hereby designated to conduct the .1. , f "
make use of library. The library is world, were each paid sums amount- and if taken singly would be shall certify the name of those candidates aid primary election: .
See our pretty new tub skirts, white open on Monday, Wednesday Saturdays ing to a king's ransom. Many dramas higher priced. The opportunity to get receiving a majority vote for INSPECTORS :J. M. Gardner Hy M.Bratton \;

and colored, best styles, from $1 up. 3 to 6 p. m. have been depicted by moving them is offered only through the any KlBSlmmee office to a* the the city nominee.authorities of this of Van. Agnew. J. A. Lancaster; Clerk B. Q. . ' VIHiifitfiyiHitfiiiiyiUiwyrafra 1'

F H. Lawson. It pictures but critics say that the I means of the chautauqua plan, and it party for the office to be voted for at B. C. MILLER 1 , .
The regular dance at the Firemen'shall "Queen Elizabeth" is the limit. of pho- is encouraging that the people of Kia- the general city election to be held W. C. BASS Chairman. i'' t ,' y..
We can fit out a man from his shoesto was postponed from last night to-play production." simmee are responding to the effortsof March 29, Kit. In case a second prl- Secretary. ., ., i f j
his hat in dress or work clothe. till The Mexican Marimba
tonight. the Civic
League .
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Come and see us. F. II. Lawson. It band will make the music for the The most entertaining attraction of- is hoped that the generally.will It ,'. lor :

The Kissimmee Civic League will dance. This will be the farewell appearance fered at the local playhouse duringthe as the work course primarily and be madeup ultimately ! ! ! Yi !Ii! Yi!Ii!Ii!Ii! !IififiIi! ! .J'!. { I

( in of this band in Kissimmee, season was the "Girl From Rec- is for the good of the town. '
V m Litt the Cheapter House regu- tor's" at the Pastime last evening. .>
and for the the
season, as company
tar awslon next Tuesday, at :3 p. m. will disband here. They will have The play lost much of its smart flavor Mrs. Thomas Hornsby and '1- ; !
two
' 'The Pythian Sisters will have a played for four dances last week and by lack of stage settings and appurtenances children, are expected to arrive this I ,

e r social meeting at the home of Mrs. for three this week, having played but the company was good evening from Germantown, Pa., for I

; Conrad Bryan, next Wednesday, Feb- Monday and Tuesday Evening, also. and(gave an evening of hilarious fun, several weeks' visit to Mr. and Mrs. I NEW ARRIVALS

ruary 12, at three o'clock p. m. in spit of the poor house and the difficulties Harry W. Thurman.
S Misses Ruby Ellis and Marietta under which they worked. It . I, i
Mrs. C. A. Carson left Wednesday Mann went to Lakeland Thursday should be'interpolated that $1.60 is yx "!

A for Jacksonville, having been called evening of last week to take part in too much to charge. for a play in Kis- Lost-A pair of nose-glasses with ,e : I

y there by the illness of her son, Attor- a concert arranged by the Lakeland simmee. The house would have been gold hair-pin and chain attached, be- 25 YARD 1 'J ; Ii
band. The of the tween John Lee's and the railroad. < ., \
ney James Carson. playing young I filled, no doubt, at a -more.moderate !'
ladies was the occasion for much figure, and the company would have Finder please return to Mary Carson !Ii U! .,I l 1.

The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., pleasing comment. Miss Ellis's cor- been better paid for'its work than it and receive reward. 7-lp. -" I, :1 .

Tampa, FUu, lend money at I 6) per cent net solo was voted a sthe,best in the was, and more people would have 1Cw .
interest, payable in small monthly installments' series of concerts that have been giv- I \been able to enjoy the play. Some ancy Corduroys \ J:: ;

I Write for particulars. 6tf en by the band, through which it has I were probably deterred from going.by CALL. FOR AVHITH PRIMARY !Hi :: 'f :, :. :

; of been the custom for the audience to the reputation which the piece achiev.. The City Ex--u: 'Committee i of the -,. > Piquesif' '. :i : : ;.. .
Dana Summers Chicago, purchased !Ii jjjm ,\
vote upon the merits of the pieces ed soon after it went on the road several White Man's Party In the city of Kli- \ r a
through the Elite Realty, Parlor rendered. Miss Ellis and Miss Pfann years ago, having been enjoined holdingltei reby call and provide for s ;; !,: f : /'IJj'V\' 'yl! .kSUwVYYt \': !: t.\\. f ,: .
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) the concrete bungalow and two a' White Man's Primary / ,'fl.Fancy\ : Marquisettes . '
Cloud for recital ; J.
Iota of Penfleld and Bermuda go to' St. today a from appearance in some places. It election; to be held In the city of KIsImmee m : A' '. : . .
corner : there tonight, which is''to, be given deals with a certain phase of modern In compliance with the law -" > ,". .

avenue. under the auspices of. the Florida life, exaggerated as are all portrayals to of be the held State during of. Florida the hour, Bald fixed primary by law i Hiffi Fancy Stripes anciPlainColors ':: ?

'Miss Livinla Kuhn, of Urbana, Baptist Orphanage. which carry a moral or convey humor. for the holding: of election; on Satur- H; 'e: .
ti The Girl from Rector's comes under day. March 8th. Kit. for ,the nomina- '
and two
Ohio ,
purchased a cottage The Valley Gazette acknowledges the latter head more properly, for tion of candidate for city elective of- !Ii. ;
lots on Penfleld avenu through the of invitation to attend the fices to be voted for at the general
. agency of the Elite Realty Parlor, receipt an in Lakeland which while the lesson is in the story its city election to be held In .ald City of : Hi Dress Linens from ww )f .:: y

i Mrs. Summers chautauqua season chief object is to make fun. There I Kllmmee, on Saturday, March X9th, I HiHi .' :'\ ,'
manager. runs for ten days from Feb. 18 Is plenty of action in it and a lot of 1913. .\

Rev. A. M .Chlsholm will preach through the 23. The program is a breezy, not to say naughty, situations, Provided Seroad that a Primary.second primary, ,' We to SOc Yard x! V- ; )
and C. Rucker Adams themanager
, ) at Christian church Sunday morningon fine one, and the audience exhibited its enjoyment where necessary under the provision .
I At deserves the unanimous of said law, shall be held on Satur- .. !u; '
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the Challenge. night ,
of the town of Lakelandfor day. March 16. 1018, to choose betweenthe !Him I "e
patronage t
;i the subject will be .the "Recompense highest candidate. where nominations !
Y of Reward." his enterprise in securing such a The things a girl wants to tell her shall not have been made by a GILBERTI.!ww :' IFx
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class of attractions. Chautauqua is majority vote In the first primary elec- A. S.
4 mother because she
to she forgets ;
ought tion. and at the second primary election :
Henry Vaunier and wife of Neely- bound to help a town. One of the to.The only such electors a* were qualified - !m > ,

l vlll!! III., .are among recent arrivalsin best indications that a town can have to vote at the first primary election MAIN-STREET !w : : ';
Kissimmee for the winter. They that it .i. a progressive town is to shall be permitted to vote. I ,
1' stock exchange thanks the QBallaeatlOM o. Eleetora.Those m! } .
are stopping with Mr*. Copeland on have a chautauqua assembly gov- !
and those "
ernment just the'same, but only persons shall
Beaumont avenue. says) be permitted to vote at or participateIn }R a.s ,1'Il -
Willis W. Chandler, of Bassenger, would rather not be incorporated. the y '
''a' Adolph Rosenberg is back from attended the school board meeting in election management, who are white of said Hector primary, who !Iilililililililifili! ! ! ! ! > ti Yifililililifi! ! ! ifilifi! ! ,J ;

New York with a new stock of goods. Kissimmee Tuesday. Mr. Chandlernever 4044404444444446400 .
lie Is proprietor of the New York misses a board, meeting, unless 0 4 ..
simmee. He is making preparations there is tome obstacle that cannot be STANFORD WILL' FATHER 4 I I I I I I I II I I I I I I HI II I I II III I I I I I I It I I M I I I H I I Illilllll r

: to attract his share of the spnpg trade surmounted. He is one of the pio- CALL FOR A CONVENTION .

rat''. and predict a prosperous season. neers and retains that determinationthat -. 4 .
makes for fine public service. The 4 Tampa Times:-Capt. H. Clay *
1 Mrs. V. A. Tiller and Miss Mamie people of Bassenger are expectingmuch Stanford of Kissimmee a well We Are Now in Our New Garage :

' Tiller, of Chattanooga, mother and from the the railroad which will known merchant of the lakfe city *

sister of M. Tiller, are guests at'his be completed to that town before and a member of the legislature, <

home, and will remain here for several many months. When Bassenger gets is heartily in favor of the proposed 0 Just Off Broadway On Posslell Avenue. "

we'eks. They are receiving many the railroad it will not .be so difficult *. constitutional convention *
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pleasing social attentions. for him to make ..Jiis monthly visitsto I 4 to revise'the constitution of the 4 And Carry U Stock Casings Inner Tubes Blowout Patches Security Patches '
the seat. I state, an end for'which the New "
county
"I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan are I Constitution league of this city 4 Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs. Terminals, High \ r'
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now at home to their friends in the The epidemioe of measles which has' 4 is working. < ,

+t, handsome cottage recently built by been prevalent for some time is inter- Captain Stanford was quoted and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing, Batteries .i ; t1

Mrs. John Milton Bryan. Mr. O'Bryan fering considerably with the work at 4 in the Kissimmee Gazette as 4 ,

I, tJMi purchased the place, and is now the public school. About fifty pupils,I Co much inf avor of a new conatitu- 44'tion Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, Gaso- -v i

permanently domiciled. The home is are out of school as a result. The av- to take the place of the worn < \ lene, Oils Metal and Body Polishes : i
one of the most attractive in Kissim- erage time lost by a' pupil is two 1 < out patchwork which has been : ; j,

t ,..mess weeks. Several serious cases have i < worked over and over so much Ammeters, Fire Testers, .; "j . ";

been reported, and the parents are !I that little semblance of the original Y
the, Sewing Club was entertained 1 Auto Clocks Etc. t ; .
taking care not to allow their chil- remains. 4 _.... ,ra i
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dren to out too As important 4No{ only did Stanford 4 'it
' go soon. Captain t
Livingston at the home of Mrs. BessieBl'7an x
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f' as the schoorwork is, the health of declare in favor of a new'consti!- " .
Simpson, where Mr. and Mrs. We are also prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats Motor Boats .
:.t. the child is much more to be con- tution, but he declared he would < !'

be]ngBton present.are There making was their a home good for at- sidered. |I.* submit introduce the a joint resolution" to Automobiles, Saw mills, in fact all kinds of Repair Work, LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY. ,; I : S
matter to th people. 0 ';,
I' n flee, and a delicious salad course Stevens of Southland .i
Mabel
Mrs. *
Captain Stanford thus takes the 0 Our Livery Cars are First Class and We will give good Service When in 'want of '
was. njoyed. Gainesville will lecture at an
Seminary, bull by the horns in great* shape 0 ; ,

W {It. D. II. Correll who with his wife the M. E. church Sunday afternoonat and will earn much credit for Auto Trip give us a Call. ,

and son la spending the winter months 8 p. m. An invitation is extendedto 0 himself as the father of the .
The Sarasota Times has this "
all. *
in measure. 4
Kissimme. Florida will please accept -
to say of her: On Sunday, 29th, Mrs. The constitution requires that 4 .. '
1 our thank* for a copy of the Gazette .
of that city. It i. evidently a Mabel Stevens addressed a large audi?; the resolution shall be passed by .4

gold i mine publication. It carries : once in the Palm Theater. She spoke 4 a two third .vote of the legisla.ture ;. Agent for'the famous friction driven 1 I Also Agent for the OVERLAND Car

thirty i columns'of home advertising : very forcefully and earnestly As an and must then go 'to the s

[ -The merchant are up-to- :, organizer of missions' Mre. Stevens people. If the people vote for a !

date buatAess men.-Marlon, la., RegJster has worked in every state in the Union *: constitutional convention, the* . ..

;"". .. and.in many foreign countries. She convention will be called into being 0
is now State evangelist and is 'also' 'within six: month from the 0 A

Albert H. Wessel;,bf Pittsburg, Pa.is ., principal of Southland Seminary'ofGainesville date of the election and formulate 4 Kissitumee.Alu'toCo
in the city to look after some property Pis, an institution for 1 a. new constitution. 0 {

interests. Mr. Wesse, called at girls which 'she. and her husband recently 0 0 .

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DRUGGIST ENDORSEDODSON'SLIVER some trouble in securing the rem- for six weeks, indicating thatbad 1 /

nants. i weather will follow, but if he fails to .

TONE: Our school is progressing. Prof. see said shadow, he remains out, an /
I Desirable
Morrow seems to be the right man in indication that fine weather will fol I a I Ten.

< .- the right place, and Miss Bessie Lawson low. I

," is certainly Instructing' her' little / Autos continue pass and repass ;
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It is a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable people, who fail to remember that I going: to and from your city, their ft and

Remedy that Regulates the' sLiver a_few fault finders amond the older'' destination oh this end of the line being STOCKPLANERS Twenty

Without Stopping your' ? i youth must have its enjoyments, those I' land thar has been exposed for '. RKSAWS STEAM FEEDS J

,, I Work or Play.* dift'erent'land' MATCHERS! SELF' FEED RIP i
?' who would throfe a cloud over the sale by the companies

'( '11,, d--, common,: ordinary pleasures of life "between our city and Bassenger. TOWKR PERKINS EDGERS!SI1NOLK!! MACIIINKItV TRIMHKRS Arce Tracts ,;it itFor :

indulged in by ,any save themselves. ; John Drawdy,;;'accompanied by a ENGINES!!!, ap. .. "O .. SAWMILLS ,
A dose-of calomel may knock you The shot gun brigade is about to 'gentleman 'whose name we did not BOILERS, ups'4O .. Llckl and llraTy ".

completely out for ,daysometjmeetwo I I disband; the strong arm of the law learn, closed the season Friday even- U"D1I"T! _CONVEYORS! ....AO CAN\'F.YORs Trucking and Fruit Grow. '

or three days. Dodson's Liver has now encircled the larger game, j| ing by killing two deer after a fourdays' I CAROLINE KM(JIM.H TEAM r-Kici ing. Our land extend from

Tone relieves attacks of constipation?, they will soon be as fat and saucy as i t hunt. LATH MILLS NTA\K MILLS ,

i biliousness and lazy liver ever, comparatively few of them have Hello, Gov. Cobb! What's the"news 1HSSTON HAWSI city limits nearly to Orlando. :
headaches'j)I I HAW BITS For ......
and you stay on your feet. been slain but they have retired to the down the river? Let's hear from all .k. o' Only $30( per |cre. t '
8HAKTIMJ IlLLIflMIIKI.TI IIOXES
The Kissimmee Drug recesses of their secret..coverts there' Cobbtown and Rosalie. You must be I '
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Dodson's Liver Tope and guarantees to remain until satisfied that perse- I driving the fish:! up in this neighborhood I LOU CIIAINN. (ANT! IIOOK Tn'u.s Terms: $2 per acre cash and 1C

v + it to give perfect satisfaction. If you cution has ceased. Hunters' para- , our people are hooking them by I F:\ FIII'TIIIFOIL IIIK per acre monthly.WHITE I

' buy a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone dise is still a disputed territory; the the score. SAWMILL I
SAi it and do not And it the safest, most I. i Write' for FOR BOOKLET
) hunters are bold but thedeer is timid. Hurrah for the Valley Gazette! The
pleasant and successful liver remedy II j < TTMh Pricesmonia
The irrepressible Miss Beulah is \ trio that keeps up this fight are doing j I II I
,t you ever took, this store will give you Too much>done for
service.
I still in the mercantile business with yeoman
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back the 50 cents you- paid for it without ) a fair assortment of goods; the firm the material used. All right, I'm off. ,I / II I McKOY.Land
a question. .
the line.
r Williams & Williams, with the
This guarantee that a trustworthy HEX
I aforesaid. Miss Beulah at both ends.W .
druggist is glad to give on Dodson's
(;, McClelland, our leading merchant I --
Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as Out of the Mouths of Rabes.I I CompanyMach
i is disposing of his goods at a I
set in, and two days later he
the medicine, and that is saying a lot Too little money is just enough to
reduced figure believing in quick died.". Building.
Advertisement. It hard, and the make most people spend too much.
was snowing {
sales and small profits, and the patronage The deep silence that followed this '
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his teacher sought 'to impress upon 1 ter Some will KISSIMMEE FLA. l'f
accorded him shows that tale was finally broken when I people deceive the government -
an aggressive -
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method of ,dealing is satisfactory to charges the abvisability of avoiding looking ul>out that income taxifwe '
I colds. youngster in the rear I FOR RENT -Two modern flats, with
POSTMASTER MIXUPAT our people. Randolf Young is likewise of the room stood up and inquired have ot either by swearing they all city conveniences. Apply at ':
"This is the time, she said, "when
receiving his share of trade, his "Where's his sled?" I have too little or too much. the Gazette office. 20-tf f fI I
boys and girls should be very careful
OLD WHITTIER politeness to customers having a T---
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little brother, eight years old. One
roods merchant is likewise patron I
", day he took his new sled and went ,
ized his friends.
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The real estate market is buoyant. BUY THE
and more modern ones assuming I Rex has been called upon to execute ing, before going to bed, he complained BOY A .WATCH
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of in his chest. The I
severe pains
shape, our people think they must several deeds since his- arrivaL ,, ,
; the track of latest I next morning he grew worse, pneu- ki
q Our Democratic rooster's tadpole;
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plantation is not in a thriving con- --- -- ts
, scribed for its erection, an acre of land I % and teach him
; dition and our Mormon friend is not punctuality. With a watch in

has been donated on which to buildit in the best of spirits, and is looking his
pocket he
and our new saw mill has prepared I forward to the 4th of March for all\ Our word-- ,I will have no excuse for being i slate

S a greater part of the lumber. Those these to be rectified. Politi- ++ for School
things May we be permitted to suggest or staying out too late because:
who have not been able to donate cally speaking we are well pleased that rood portraits are he 4

money have put in a working agree- with present conditions to use a most happy reminders to relatives rdwj "didn't know what time it was.. We have i

'; ment so that all things are working gambler's full house is and friends at Thanksgiving boys' watches low ,\ I
phrase a a and Christmas time. The as a* $1.00 each and up as '
together for the good and welfare of strong hand and Woodrow Wilson and good portrait carries with it '

our neighborhood. his associates in government control a world of good thoughts. It high as you want to go. Men' watches too of

.1 At the Drawdy mansion all is se- may have some hard wood to saw is the always welcome and highly course and all kinds of jewelry y'
prized gift. as well.
Iw rene. Miss Jane has recently returned through, yet we believe that the coun- W rwant to assure you that s

from a visit among relativesin try in its present prosperous con- we are prepared to give you the -. 4.4I

Georgia much improved in health dition offers every opportunity for best work in the latest approved I II

by the trip. The Patriarch is at wise legislation to effect wonderful designs, and that your early or- I

home, a fine crop of oranges is still results. 'I der for portraits will insure you '
the perfection of careful atten- ': "
on trees, the highest offers thus :far Ground hog day (February 2)) was tion to detaiL C A COLE Jeweler and 't

not being sufficient to induce our people not calculated to cause that animalto Will you'kindly phone or writea aa t

to sell; their delicious flavor become frightened at his shadow time for a sitting? ,
Respectfully, Optometrist's
forms such a strong temptation to and the old saying is that if he comes 1 1f
Eve like propensities that if they are,, WILDER'S STUDIO J . .
1 out of his hole on that day and sees , .
not .sold, soon the pickers will have his shadow he goes back and remains I \ ,) .... 't.f. +e

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Daughter? : "
,RH The program for the missionary I ,. I, ,."

(Continued from page 4)) conference .is 'almost ready for the CRINER &' ''t.,I'' r'
Yet golf, notwithstanding a pop- printer. entertainment at the first- SIEVER .i 4:

-H What ular idea- "non-golfers to the contrary class tourist' hotel"Heights,' next: 'door ',' -i
is is after all not so expensive as to the Winter' Bible school auditorium REALTY $
which' COMPANYV
as other in
numerous pastimes
where the conference is to be held,
men of jnoderate.jneanat.wiU freely, : ,will-be:at-the-reduced: rate f.25-cti.. 1: r
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. i Indulge.If = Prairie Land, Orangeo'Gro'VesHigh'Hammock' -Land- --r----"'-- '- ".'- '
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for meals same for lodging. The I i
YourBrand ? a golfer i Is a man of limited income first session Is on Friday afternoonand :Timbtr Lands. Land at all Prices and oh Easy Term *,j

he will make little sacrifices' in the closing one' Sunday evening ,. ; y
order to balls six bits and :
caddies'buy fees. at per All kinds of missionary and benevolent 2,000 acre Stock Rasch'wilgeich.age LaU value ':, t t 1

pay If: he's'a man of"ample Income but'a work is to be brought up, duringthe for other real estate .:- .:- .:, -> 'f .
take conference and those interestedin .;i
certain t t'I'
you a business to look after, he very soon such activities should be sure to' 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for half value .

pride iri shipping discovers that business is not the only attend. }for other real estate, balance easy payments -:- I' '5,1M
thing in the world, and that he and a ,
j fruit under your own business geLalongmorosmoothly.an&: '_. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. j '"
Interlacheny Fla; Feb.41913. '- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I ,.., t tli
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El brand. You are care- more profitably together when a modicum '------ 1

of outdoor exercise is'mixed in A Poser for the Court.A .
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ful to see that the' fruit between.For colored woman was on trial be

golf does not take all and give .. ,- ,
. runs up to a certain fore a magistrate, charged with inhuman -
nothing in return'-like a losing poker treatment of her child.

standard of size and hand. I Evidence was clear that the woman

p quality. We take the same pride in the It Golf yields pays an enduring a dividend profit that of is appe-sure. had severely beaten the youngster, DOZIER LEITflEB'5 INSURANCE$ oney.G t '

aged some nine years, who was in
production ofBRADLEY'S tite and sleep and health. It ,emptiesyour
v court to exhibit his battered condition. i The Oldest and Larircst Innurmnce Agency in OnceoU County ,.
head of aches and brainaddlesand
Before imposing sentence his honor I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
inflates your lungs with ozone.It MONK: US -
asked the woman whether she had ''r
FERTILIZERS. tones down your troubles and tones
anything to
,-. .....-. ...- up your liver. It reduces your flesh "Kin I ask say.yo' honah a question?" _,_ __ ____ ___ _u __ __ ___ ,

No business will his and increases your efficiency. It j inquired the prisoner C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, ecretar-. ? .
man put name clears
complexion, brightensyour
your "Go ahead," said the judge, and the "
on a poor article any more than he will eye and puts a spring in your ,,court room listened. The Waters & Carson 1
stride. It transplants you from a "Well, then, yo' honah, I'.d like to
on a poor check. The Bradley name stifling steam-heated existence to the ask yo' whether yo' was ever the

means quality, and has stood for that I fullness of life under God's own sun- chile parient?"Burlington of a puffcctly News.wuthless cullud
shine and wind and rain and boundless I Company'
for thirty The Bradley I I' Grocery
years. goods are sky. No. 464.-$3500.-, modern o

for sale but the Bradley name cannot be And being such a good thing as all six-room cottage bath, lavatory, hot \
I this, golf is on the increase-as mightbe and cold water, electric lights, beauti- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
bought. expected. ful expensive mantels, new furniture, :
I nice rugs. House furnished complete, 1
There is said to be an epidemic of for lot 83x:
ready occupancy. Large : GROCERIESafi4aaa4
Write us today for booklet, mailed free. it throughout the civilized world. i 147 Vi feet, on which is 20 full bearing i
_ It is even pushing the turkey trot orange trees. Located in thrvt !
a close] second, which is some pushing and a half blocks of the post office, ,
The American Agricultural Chemical Co., at this writing. on beautiful Verona street, in the very 6 r" "
| best neighborhood. Call and let + + + <- + + 4044 I 4aa4444444404 .. 0 i'
Jacksonville Sales Department i I In fact it has forged! ahead of the us show you this beautiful hom<>. j. 4 1I I 0 'B

P. (X4Jpx216, Jacksonville, Florida. turkey trot in the Atlanta Athletic Terms on part of purchase if desired. .> WE SELL: *: !, + WE BUY: ; I \

-'-", "'4"'""' \ clul,*as the governing hoard recently 24-tf II. M. BREAKER & CO. HAY, j 0 c cfi 5 ,
**- fi J I I HIDES, r 'f
ruled the turkey off the club's trot
.Big Bargain in a Home .> GRAIN, *: 4 0v I ,
: I ting course. Splendid new six-room house Just I <- 4 FURS, i 1"a I,
I I I I I 11 I I I IM I M I I I I I I H H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I inside city limits, fine deep well, lot FERTILIZERS<; <. > :
aafifir: .;. fifi4 <. .> .> .;. 4044 contains tw'o acres o* ground, good <- a WOOL :J, ,
: new barn, wagon and buggy sheds, \ .> SHINGLES, *: .1 '
I.} CHRISTIAN. ENDEAVOR; : and all under good new fence. Fine y 01) .t\ I:
'
Fertilize Your location for small truck garden or I' .> CHANGE:. BOXES, <:. AND : :
<- ACTIVITIES *
0 0 poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition a 'C 0 I,
where one will have the freedom I ORANGE WRAPS, ALL '
0.0.Ofi: +ra40 > 040004 : : ;
of the country, yet close enough'' fi 4
Orange TreesThe The kindly meant write-up of theSecretary's to enjoy all the advantages of the .:. VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY % ''f.
city, such as splendid high school, best. < '- -1
new typewriter and other markets, churches, etc Price $1500. CRATE NAILS, 4 PRODUCE. ;
I Florida news in the last Christian Endeavor 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. *5* 4 '" 1
mild winter has caused the spring growth to start early. World was prepared by friendsin i : fififi444440404040 ; 4fia40400: ** ****** '

Don't delay f fyiiihzing. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give. results Tremont Temple office, and not by j, Fruit and Truck Land I II o ,;
and will not I ptoduce die-back. : I We have five and ten-acre tracts in I $
"Secretary Grace. Liberty Park; the most desirable suburban We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. L

The following message is being prepared property on the market, which We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. I ,." +
Hour we are offering for your considerationat Free delivery in city limitn./ Phone No. 12. I .
by the State Quiet super ",
Your Truck Garden Crops prices that are attractive. We We are county agents for goad fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and .
intendent, Miss Margaret Lewis, of will be pleased to show these tracts to prices on fertilizers.DANCING'. _
need! fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. : I Mt. Dora, and as she is an extremely prospective purchasers at any time.

Our special bop formulas are made to give big results quickly. : busy woman it acrificc on her Do not fail to see this property beforepurchasing

part to write a special letter to each as it has the advantagesof I I I I I 8 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I II I I I IKVKRY
WRITE FOR BOOKLET : being close in and on the very best
.. of our nearly sixty Young People's paved road in the county, convenient !
societies. to the city, school and churches. Five !
J. M. LEE, Agent : 1 acre tracts $250 and $' OO.I I k
Dear Secretary-The State Con- I
TJIUKSDAY EVENING
| 24 tf. II. M. BREAKER & CO.
vention to be held in Winter Park is I
FERTILIZER I COMPANY : L.
INDEPENDENT IIAI
to be very early this year-March 7- Pinedale 5-acre Tract at a Sacrifice.L FIREMEN'S .

UAOK8ONVIL.L.E.III FLOAICA : 9th, so that means a little bit of hust- L Pinedale property is advancing 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111FINE

.. ling on our part. 'I rapidly, owing to the large development v

.. When you receive this won't ;you in that sub-division. We have ,'1 ,

Illllllllllllllll I Illlll I Illlllllllll IIISPRING please get right to work and secure 'one 5-acre tract that has one acre:

as many new members as you possibly 1!!cleared of the stumps and palmetto, >
can, then fill out the enclosed! ''|I Which we are offering for a short I INVESTMENT '

d. blank and return it to me not later : time for $350.Nice location, good r

I than the last week in February? I soil and worth investigating..r .
I ; I
will appreciate it so much if you Will. H. M. Breaker & Co. I BUY NOW, SELL THIS WINTER ?

CITRUS BOOKentitled If you are not now secretary, please I i 01
this. Orange Grove. I AT A LARGE INCREASE v .'.
see that the right one gets
I Ten-acre half in bearing or-
Very sincerely, Margaret Lewis.| grove I --
ange .trees, the other half in young
Half
Full DropsThis
Crop The blank sent with the above mes- ,
trees just coming into bearing, consisting The far-sighted mod wise people are buying Real Estate NOW.
contains the following three
Which ? \ L sage of oranges, grapefruit and I We offer as an investment the following list of property, to be sold .,
active
questions: How many memo tangerines. One of the very best ,I I as a whole at about two-thirds Its actual value and on easy terms
booklet gives the reason for .erring fertilizing, description of bers of C. E. l'How many comrades of '
: I properties offered in Osceola county. payment. The improved property included In. the list bring a
[ formulas to be used, the amount, lime, and mode of application. Sent of the Quiet Hour May 1st, 1912 ? Close to railroad station. Price rental of $69.00 per month.
I yti i
On request. How many comrades of Quiet Hour | $5,000.00. Terms'on of I iv. .
'I part pur- One nine-room house with bath and electric
IDEAL methods have made the banner groves. now ? i chase lights fronting on
There are ninny thousands of Quiet price. brick paved street, renting for $20.00 per month. This property
POTATOESChoice 5-tf II. M. Breaker & Co.
SEED IRISH Hour comrade's now enrolled in the easnr.Jorlh; $2,500.00." r ,

Selected Stock records kept by Dr. Clark in Boston,
Orange Grove. Five-room cottage and bath, nearly new, modern in every way, ,
Price
Write for
but not are there from Florida. ton
many do' Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing, large lot, fronting on brick paved street, renting for $10.00 per {
Let us send you our booklets Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables. Not because our Christian people located three miles from Kissimmee. month. Would be cheap at $1,800.00. I- ,
not most of them spend "fifteen min- Good 4-room cottage and out-build-I "

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER to. utes a day in quiet meditation and ings Splendid well of water, Five-room cottage, on large lot, fronting on brick paved street,

Manufacturer uf I direct communion with God," which venient to school and churches, con-I I, has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month. This .

I is the pledge promise we try to do; the road station within 300 yards of prop- property if purchased separately would cost $1,250.00. r,
IDEAL FERTILIZERS j I ,
reason cither our district State superintendents erty. Will sell for $7,000,00, on very | I s
Four-room located
JACKSONVILLE FLA. cottage on large lot fronting on brick
i Dr. Clark do not know
or favorable .
terms. See this f
property ; paved street, renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00. ,
how many comrades we have is because 5-tf II. M. Breaker & Co. i
Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I I I Ii !r
they arcs not reported by the Two cottages bringing in a rental of $11.00 per month. Worth ,1 ;

t local secretaries or some special member Young (;ro\l' consistirg of I.:! a?r.'s $800.00. i.
I
of the society chosen fdr that important grapefruit and .1: acres late Valincia

I duty. oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, One cottage: : rented to colored people, renting for $5.00:; per 1 ..i#

-- - I I The following are the District Qu.et on the cast sid'; of Lake To"'pka-; j montli.: !! Worth S'.())0.00. I 1. 14+ ;,

t.1V/ [ TISIhG IN THE GAZETTE BRINGS RESULTS i Hour superintendents: For Orange has been planted one year, eats in j ; (Nnr--rlf! inlore-l: in 111 city lots, each lot easily worth $73.00: '

j j and Osccola, Ronald Muirhead, San- fine condition, land well drain-.d. Th's I now, nr.ililuc: > are (gradually: increasing. '
otTcrsd for ?1POO( :OC.IUO:;::
-- -- ford; Routh-Wcstern, Mrs. Abi Nut- property ,-- i
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fi444f+-++++++41 I I I 1C I I I H-H"Pl4i44I' I I I tt14'ifI H I4++ t ting, Auburndale; Central district, cash, balance in one and t-vo j'sars!: all I '!I'vo dJ': c in resident !its worth $:>00.00 each.'F'

f'Miss' \\ Lila K. Griffith, Mt. Dora and G! per cent. Will increase in valje
J- A. CRANFOIID. 8. L. LL'JFEK.Trvaldent. j ;
A. CAISSON. I estimate; and you will find that all of the above lire good
Vlc.-I'.ldenl. Seero..ry for North-Eastern district, Miss Mar- very rapidly. (
ti-I properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.0'' We will nell s
5tf II. M. Breaker & Co. every- ,
Gibbs St. .The
garet Augustine.
I thing in the above schedule for the sum of $9,300.mi. The person +
v* other sections of the State Union !
'
City' Block for) Sale. buying now will reap large profits. i if
have'no district superintendents of I I .
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. !lOne city block fronting on Main
I the Quiet Hour. I We also have two well locnted business lots on Broadway, in
street, North Kissimmee, which we
How did our Young People's and ( are offering for $600 cash. Fine in- II I very beat part of the business! .district, which; we are offering for,, r' ;

Junior societies observe Christian En- vestment. $5,250.00. '

4t Rough and' Dressed <. deavor day, last Sunday? l 5-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. We will be pleased te have you call and .see these properties! j '( '
The wide-awake Congregational so-

ciety in West Tampa pays the traveling -''f Five-acre tract adjoining the farnpus -

PINE LUMBER expenses of one of their churxh Aultman farm, land cleared

who is to be a prominent speaker in ready for cultivation, under good hog- H. M. BREAKER & COMPANYFor : :

,- the Inter-denominational Missionary proof wire fence; splendid 3-inch flow- l
Conference to be held in well. land -- --
Leesburg, ing Adjoining valued as -- 3 f

HOUSE'BILLS Feb. 14-16th. This worker is Mrs. high as $500 per acre. We offer this

A SPECIALTY j jI Julia B. Greenwood and the topicsfor five-acre tract for $1200, with termson ,

her addresses will be, :'tThe: Great part of purchase price. quick returns and best results-

Christian Opportunity in West Tam- Etf H. M. Breaker & Co. Use the "Want" columns in the '
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-t "\' \. \ ,,: \\1 'J I \ FRIDAY.. FEBUARY 7, 1913.

10.' . VALLEY GAZETTE. .
PAGE t THE KISSIMMEE \ _
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-1 iimini iMilin iimni ,, ".I t Wanted a Real Do,.. lI D Physician andI

: ,r' Champ Clark admires lawyers and Get the HabitSMOKE I Surgeon\

NUWAY PRESSING CLUB has great respect for the legal mind; Phones '
Klsslmmee'
1Lz7 t1t; Ai but'Ts 'hot'tlifepos6d"to'Ton! ider Blade- .. DfflS! .,!9L... .."..._,-. ... . Florida ""
-"B ; ne's Straight!
HLIAoRsI1oPF1N ![ .2 stone's disciples as so many angels ell. 248., ,

_... oiiearlh.:! IJeHSh- tells tJ.is_ as a .
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TCinSlmmee-! ----.
TAILORING favorite story: M nde M'- M. I KI IvElsThci! ; ; .=

AND REPAIRING "We need a boy," said a lawyer Ida The Cigar with the_ .)Real Taste. -I- '

OP ALL KIND3 youthful applicant. "You Jive at Cox trttJo solicited I 'plIVSICIAN and SURGEON

--------.-- -- -- home 1""With .. Look for Union Label. I Iu. Olllco over, Osceola Pharmacy

Work Called For and Delivered ,-'\ my dear Ma." replied the II I PitON ES: 1 Iltl."sldence 53
OJllce 148
PHONE 61 I, boy ... {

FRANK DUKE Proprietor I "What will. :you\ dowith your ..-- - ----


I. III MM Ill-M-,M I II I I I I -+ 1 I I y : 'pYl9rij;, &J 1 wages"Give?"it to dear Ma for the church ; G GRIIYSTONE TAILOR $SHOP i A\7\ > L. WINN PHYSICIAN: ,,.. >, -C

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j _ and the .
poor. I
--- -. i Office/ 2nd Floor Willson Building
I _ "What do do SUITS
?
you evenings LADIES' AND GENTS' |C
I 4' i K 1'iioia ::11 I II ; XiasiNU
KW.II.KN. S
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"Read and dear VIAIIUDA
hymns to I ;
verses Made to Order j OF"'(-'' I'I'ON"1
C. W.GRIFFINStaple Ma." I C

also l R. DEWITT::: T. UGIITSEYI '.
"If you should find a dime on the I i I ) :

and( FancyGROCERIES. floor, how would you spend it ?" Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

I i4ff-2H "To spend it would he sinful," the
l Kc' ilnce Phone 274
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boy replied." "I would try to, find the OlliccPhone 98 .

.we owner. Kuiiin.M :3 and .1
.i "When I send you on an errand Sprigg Fleming(utl' Hank Itld' { KntBimmee, Fla.J .
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I I would you stop on the way to fight or j jIL

Free Delivery to all Parts I, play games ?" CLEANING J I, ) H. I 11.) WIKNKNGA: : if J (

"No, Sir. My Ma says that to play
pnESSINGDYEING V
ofjthe City; II | games leads to gambling' and that ,iVKIKKlNAUIAN: ,
J "d
our little fists were never made topun..h SToCK THk.ATH) :: Foil V

each other's eyes out." I REPAIRINGi I ALL IIISKAbKSl
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111111 it 1111111 n i n i n ij The lawyer pondered and then said, i! i vI .,,1010'\ I linne 1'1..".2VIK...' OILAND0i"EA."

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"Little boy, you are too agonizingly I word PI nu" IKIIISI* inn) c-Imln. I' u

j J. G. HOWARD'Paper good to work for a lawyer. You will h. cl'l".Ior, and) n-turncil, 1 ) H. J.V.. SIMI'SON

should step right hack into the Sun- I ,

day school class, where you evidently Satisfaction (iiiuruutccdtL DKNTIST.1'listTtus) !, ,,

; : Hanger and PainterWork i rumo from. I
i .ii) Km Iliiililin:.
'I he hoy was disappointed.! "YouDort't I I \ a.. 111. to 12 m.
JW jfk.rfVJfcJ-XV. rfkrfVWXVXVJ-u i' 'lid''. lIt. : } ?
I v\ant I me ?" hequeried.. II III { 1ltlt"r.IOp.:; :: ( m.T :

Guaranteed "No." 3 M. TILLER > ,:!'I"cine" No.'.:. 7h t Jun 5. IvrI '.'

If thinking of having any done, .. "Why ? I \V.V' CAKSO.S'( : :
I i I )
I. please notify me through the P. 0. You are too good." Real Estate Agency..S.S.SSSSSSSSSSSSS.t. ; :

I "Shake, then I I'll go home ami I IlllX'l, : 1ST t

J. G. HOWARD gi I\t. the old woman fits! She .stuck ,

42-.II* pelI ,I to the stoiy like glue and mudo nll'l I f Realty bought and so:id OilircCIMT < '"I,*'n Ji-uclry.Store \ l

I siiiiiaaii I I I I I I liii III I F leiiin all that gull" I!. knew you didn't Houses rented! } 4 IIlIi,'"- I Hours I : x I ll'!. 1 6 i',
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', < (Mine. phone I 1'iH
( wand no measly 1 ltl, tTe mi ffHifeVuiid Iheffice I tQ Taxes paid and Titles vcrs Ili-siili-m-c-; ;23!: ,

++++++++++++ f +++4 +++ ; hut she would I have her ified for non- rebidentb ,
way. I > 11.Miministei 1 i.'i"I for ext ract 1 t ion cif \teeth
L3pire. Life and Acndont IP i:
SO'TY.' i Hoss ; :
TOWER OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. PANAMA- r I rsurance.tQ .
fi "Hold/ on !" cued the lawyer. "Youa.1' I ))1 i l.: I ;. I r:. "I'AKki.u': : '
CRAYSTONE i . "(j Indemnity Bonds P l
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: PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. I a lioj aft, mill! He h.-" tonior-

I'OW' morning/ ."-Hoston! Post 1 .... -U. 'U' MI' """,F ..... yo..' 'V" Y I IHIN'I h :: : 'I IS'IHI ::1

:X:: OPE ALL THE ret 4f --- --- I 1.11 I t" i'1 1 Iii list., I + ItOM( : nn iir<'hii'.Mt m!'al \'!tf'" point the doininatitid' t'1''tun ., '.' otl t 'IM-( :No.; 4i4It(; i is ".
1t certuinly xnspeiating "'iI(In, ,. !Hours >.
::: ; INI( t in IV (M) N
:t: 2JM to A.1)0(> per day. + II F l inn l'IIC'II""- IlIt'rll"tloll.,1, l'I.: | <> .iMnti \\ ill ,Uih". 11111"" t tow el i 1' to "see an cppoitunity of making I ito III. rl .fl4h(: I'
+ Special by wcc'k or mOil: I h j. of th. .XilnmiKti' i1iM ("Mjilihii) Kisin: ;{7.;i t t..t t i Iii 10/:1'1, ninlinnIs Itig:, ijuicK. money and I then not ]be I ..

:* + flnnUorl: mi ..,ithor' shh* l It> 1 tn* 4l'iiHs\ io\\ ,-is! nmlyi "' of t h.elht ". I able) (to take hold of It. We can't DR. WM HARPF --' t I'
f H. W. rNURMtn Pup R. D. PORTER. Wgl. + all the t WIl..H'\.oaD
\; ; *'jil i <*tiililt |>nliu' i.*. Hit* huK': io\\ ..t' \\ III I In. i t nil I 11 lIii f** t ho "must buy good things/ we see, and weaie I p :

:t+++++++++++++++++++++++++ ('01'1"0"' '". fc'Utuic* 01 I I hi' ,\ |.,." ," ('II). I 1'1'011I S.i n I 1".1"0. | Imrltiirrei willing/ to pass' them along/ to OSTEOPATHi.7t \ 1\N": .UMCIJAWKIKD; : : : ) C I'.
fn"I1b. I Heie's
our a sine CMC*
It will iipjiciir ns tin' iMitrul, feotnre In the, gol."t: tiumle, of exhibit I'-i'' 1
115: acres all I All I > ; '
j platted an I eady for ; IYAT.LIf: : \\
aces. w hose sk; > line.- \\ III b,- 11O teet In height.; hose iloimv" \> 111 rise I IIliu I sale in live and ten acre tracts;, located s / IN/

W. fiM't HiullioBp,, I lesseci'iitrnl 'o"'r will 17;) li'c-t. in heljjlit 4..e..i.es .itfnr tienr ti- within 1..4., ,miles of our pusMingerdepot CHKUNIO/ Dl -,l A/ S (I'll.- I ., i .ll/im.. Pin' ,; k HiillillliK

LYON$ DUZOR urutip;: will ni > iiliiioM .'is i n ,llIgh' pal.ue.. four lit I lis <>l II mile, on and in close inoxiinily! to I K issiinini-e Florida C
the best; hard roud in Osceola COi s.i 1'ATI">"J t .NA %', %'" I
101lg' and' 1.2OO( fc'i-t t In width" 'nearer'' III I h.'ind' It "ill lie fnunil tluit: I lie county ----

exhibit palaces lire I Interspersed t ; wllli i I ji 1"11 I open (0 II rt... ""c'h I ikslfiMMlby 1 I "i I Wo are offering the tract in a body I I ll ': :
at a attractive IcISSIMMLI I III.I II 1 t''t:1'1- .
very urice. No further :
notable troup of '\.I1"II'H, foremost. arihlteets t The I inner < ourlswill I I I .
I expense lI..c."y, to place it rut vOA y i J n ji-f ..IAt ., .
I cipress the highest I i nlenl I .,r the II hitoc-t.t I the sculptor i the c-olorKl I I the market in mall tiacts. Secus 0 i. t if t <.1.5 t ".7 .. .", '. ,vl-riRNly-ATl.Av: : :

Real Estate nud the limdsciije| K'lrilener' The r.xpohltlnn 'Mini en will lie the loftiest( 24-tf II. M. Breaker & Co.

e' er constructed! the cninplnu', /: ol line) hllllIII1go8111 Klre nil eOect( of I ( )llit-t. Si,itiltunk litlililitig
p.O"'L dt,6 '. A ,.
t I I A
almost 1I'nn.I"hl,, ,. 'inissi\'' eness am) Kranil.. nr At the luise of I the 11 Farm for Sale K''i.si flhIite. FI"n' .,

tonerhlih will occupx' nn in're III extent. will Ix* n huge arenili* .lie Located on good road, onequartermile ---.

u..olh \\'hlihinltois in.ientir Irnin the niai exposition' entl.Mii.iinto from city limits, good five-room ( ;JkO. f f" IWKKLR.

the trrnnd Court of I Honor JhUioiirtlnoti will be TOO bj' IXX feel III Itsurenlest celled house, large new barn, thirty t uFti MIHSIIIM II'N. sn' \ 1.1 I :
KISSI.H.HEE! FLORIDA acres land twelve of which is cultivated < 1t1\I.: i ;" i t II"i Altorlicy-dt Law.
CIIIII<'II..101l8. was dei.lune, In Mrlvlni. !Mend At While' $
sixty young/ orange and I'mli,. .111,1 ii\ xni III' ,,t .i i i ii.u I
grapefruit trees, seventy-five | ntiiin nml s.il. ,i. i,.I. i. .1 i.\ 11. C ollcc lions, and Conveyancing
peach JlldK. of flii I, i 'I 11' 'Iii 1 < .Mirt, ,.f f II"". -.. vi
trees, some plum and pear trees, one nth .lu"lllal rin nil ,.il, I 1.1-, , i n, ,"i,.I Spe| ( i tallies.I .
General Sickles And good family horse one buggy, one r.., tiN''i ol.i ( 'onnl,. \ ."..1 I. su, 01| ,. J'i ,'Iit '
SUHUBUftOCK an Absurd wagon, two sets harness fifty chicks Id. .i nut, t I in, u, i .1 i UK. 11 I t In MI, i I" '..I 11 i"", It I I Broadway
t III I I III 1.1t\\ _
k. '111 I I. I ::11'I 'VI I IS inn..,
ens, ten head cattle and all tools neces. ----
,,1..IIIuIII. and 1".111"I.- ... ,. and
Offer From A Southerner sary to cultivate; place. A bargains U Heard, hi-r 'hu"I'''"<1. a" "- re'pondetits '. KU1UUS
: at $2,500. WHte us for terms. ; ;; the undera'lKned; : ConinilHBlonem GF.
in 1
chancery will Bell to the
ESTATE 36-tf II. M. Breaker & Co. hlKlH'Bt i and belt lildili-r for e5sh nl ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE FLA.'
tEALj/
pUblic auction nt the front door of thu _. ,
... .. I I The movement in the South to raise Furthermore Court House In' KI Blmmee Ot*<.*4nla --
***** m%* %%*** m** if General Si kles Examination of Titles
got !\U'I'U'J1 OF ATTAfHMKVr. County, "Florida on JlftlNI>A Y. TUH) / a Specialy.
fNSu'RANCEExamination I I funds to keep General Daniel E. Sickles I $23,47fi: from the South, how much In County. ( 'our** llM.*cola Cffcunty Flor 17TH UA'k': (H" FKBIUTAHY. A. I Ii. 1913.I Notification and payment of taxes ofnonreKid'nts
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out of u felon's cell may be philanthropic less. would the Confederate soldiers; r.l..-II. II. llnurk a. Owen Ic4.Ii.. durtnjr roliuxx4iiK.I the,h di-Bcrlbiil hours of )Io'K"1 r.al! ) iHlnli v.ib, t. ,to th lii.plopirtx .,.. given' careful' I '

I It may Rive the ir1)JIeIot1to get ? TH "w i'n :Mifiiln t '. l ',.Timlin, !. nml ti, of UK. K"'d' C'ollp"1, , l.m, al t<'nt ion.
Titles I .\ll l's.i,.. InliriHliil' In. ui,.. Al>oiCtilltl.il 11.m." 1. I 11.11( low a ,nd. sit. 11 i I;, t-n it...I'hh
of a some fiat the rp is no laiuoi, I in the I If (i neial Sickles is deserving of ; . I C.IIIM orn. \ of tin. I .nilI 1 i IH.ii.,1.1. .X /ll.iii.l, ,.mil,,, I .I''J,', ,, tt. ,1,1!
j I II. ii In.ifti i ill i,'rlliiilX i IM, i huNli( ,mil,, HIIU' .it l in,, snl i iv. ,,i ,
bteasts of ionut
the ConfecliM ate \eteians aid arid Ins years appear to be the mi will I i.ik I .".II I, iii.it. ,.'I n, I ii. 4th''< ,, x I-"lot Id"" In.- xx it I >AI JOHNSTON
Specialty.CorresoondenceSo1icited.. I affain.st the man who has bei-n ,,"adi '' 01Ij" extenuating circumstances rtH\i of Kt..111 Illll, \ I I'll .I ,Mill, VMIH, III, I I :. ImiiliK :,it' ,tli., ,,,.,, 'ti., .isl, > ''.'in,,. r I ,,t
an '.,ltu'' ii I LOuis, \tiii. i II" i n :Mii'nli' I in I.nt' inn. i I i H'"oI:' Ix I. nl, I :: 'I", I : il'IHin _ A'flORMX.ATLtW! > :
S i lug/ at them and "sneu-uuig at then lost : o/rei/; of help from his old comrades I liu. l'oiint\' C'MIIII of osriolit I'liuntvI \, l,, 'ti 1.., 'I 1'..xxn, ,.l, Kissimii, t ,. .
/ cuuse foi the last I-'I liu 'il.i 'In iitt.u'I, , lit. ,li\, I II I I II I '' 'iti. "Ii'rit.i.. tun,, xxtst ""X" ti I 0-I. I C'lli/cns liank [Building:
I ( fifty jears i in aims. and their sons und( daughters H.IUI I I. anti t V.i, I a t\I It' ..r a ti m''h in, nl.' |' I I. t II In, tI, > .si i u tli i MI,,, hum, I 11, il. l I" Il, i KISM I
It ] do) of i \. flu Id lie. j 'h better ilntiil lilnii.ii.x. 'ml. l 1":1.< : : '''HH IHKIH, 10''ti". i.I IJ'i ) fill Hum.. 1-1, ," 1' _"; x in nice Florida
I1i.kV. 1'1)' a lot I things' | in mu< taste than i I . .. ,
f ,,
I In (Hi i'l. I Ic ill tin( I, < 'iiiinl\, ,( c'1' t nn j, 11,1 i l mid I II h m i l"11, "'," i himlt, ',, 11 -
but it ("Clainlis'a i ( misfruKled elfoit! on. I from the people he )has cursed ill 1 I .... 111 Of .111.1 < 'oil I I (III I I'. 1,111.. I V I xi I nt;'' iilm I i/1 1 -'11 I f. t l I", I tii I,. ,,I i i. "| --
:L'nil, I I'll, 1:1:! nml, und,,., nml, I.\ \ntii" ,.r I I.- LI",III., I .nu lou-tliil,; ,iii, ,lii l.tnMiii" ,." v I "I, h'' NII..l| X 1 I.II.TON WAHIOW
(;.eneiui Sukles. : is accused of misappiopnuliiifr -I for i ,so many years Mild. . \\iit) ol t .HI.u linn, ,1.1. I lotS 1,1,1't 1 "III.t .11., It In I on i "It It, ill .i'.I, i. I s' ou,, u I i I.I.I.. ( "?? | |I.., .J"d..r the
I ,.. i I I hi hi I "Ill .urn. Ills. I i n,. m. nls. ,,, ., 'l-l'inlu I I K I. i ",'',,111, *
J.Y. ThompsonFUNERAL ) ; ; !$: :!.4itj(; entiu>1'd) this I However, if thou \\eie. reason (up.'I x.iii < iiili\| I I in th i lullu I I I lou .1"1 , , , ,. ""I| "lintnjil' I'ciurt
jniy .s, i II.( cI] I.IIH, trmlB in' ...11" I" ..r I.. I I" "'1 "" II"( I.I I"I. II.L. .",01| ASSM:;
laic-I lie I \\as to have /gone to jail ''III t the offer fiom the South, Sickles. ,''Iu." HIllK. .in.i, ,I.. Illl Ill,' II. ',,tiIi\, I X .1\I il4ht Illl. ..iml,, "llI.l.t" t |, . i | ,, \ I \ \\AKIt\\)
DIRECTORand I if,. I 'i.. .,it llllll., Milt of II.., Iota to. wit ]! ,'ilI'i.tI'i'. ..I 111." i"nl,I I I. i .si i i" |I. liu
a few days ago, when Im lawyer selined i ,, o..Id.l.fu,.. it if Iheio I is any Jvceny I I..'t s I .111(1. 4 I ill I 111". I I. I II.I I,. I Ilii I 'luxx :.mil 1",01.., ., \ II.11.1, .,mil, .liilm. 'J ; A..I..I\I\I.I t X.S, ASI: C 01| iN.S|,,.,
.. i III .11(1. ,Ill, I ll"IJhh.Illll,, 'nl' III, .1,1,1, ] t j03Al
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I I hoiid and h.la" I lilrasid!. .\1. ( left in him I He still i lather prides slll.dix IKidll I of ( I lal.; of \\lll s > IAUII..V""v"
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LICENSED EMBALMER though} the state of New Yorkallll.) .. himself! on) having done mole than s, itlonx I U I 1:1.:! :22: 24 To" II,sIi', ,. H. SU.uiKi : II 1:1'1.1.: I ". Ix I!' 1 ".. """.. "f Hi"t.le.iHl ol
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i '/ :J't t I.: ii.i) rr'II.,1 I Mition IS.mil I 1 'I..rld.I Rail.
Opposite CourthouMfKISSIMMEK. t the iase against I him is perfect he"will an.v other living/ man to keep alive I .p.ill. of K,.itlin, IS. Tunshli. , 21;. s .\11'1'111'1 K( I.I I"\\. :' ; ; ; 'rni...;;!. '.;:"";::;''h"".." "".' "I,,' ititt'ttj.te. I.om.roe
I II I I ll ; t .
Ii 01'11:1-I ;h ; ; : i ,. '? "
the/ itall' ',
not 1 lie piosecuted ,if the :$24l7il!,: :! ; factional feeling/ between the i -, :In. i: In. i IHI < ol i < >untriol ( '0"11'1.iinmil, ,, .si.li., .iniiiilssmi' I IN
: iiI Ii .iiiiinlliiu, to. , oflli'l.il tint ...r 1 | h ni' 1 i iI II l-I II I ( lllcl tstoN' t Iiiiii.
Ninth i an '
ail the .
which} iml.AND" F'LA.
South hundredsof .,
Vl-clltll'A 'I I h. .d ,, .
l I.paldba..h. .- s,'hi SIllllllVlHlllll' ttt...I III, I III, oril. (.,. .,..r ol il."\ |ii."J"| nt xi. ,"01,1| | HI I
thousands of t In I I. 01"I"I t I : , yr
good men and women till I'lllU 1 I Of till. I'tMllit 1'Olllt. llf N.lllli l> -
Heiu I LiFe I the f.nisabout GeiuialSu fir,' half a century have been doing/ all 'iillnton, tin. 24tli( dii\ of \ uuustI'l I Hiom' tit 1".1., I 'I t t'I I \ :MKiJOHNSON(

:; kles! : 1 they could to eradicate.--Atlanta 1 .iI', .mil i..mil.il. In. l-liil, llooU I mlIHIKI -- -- -
( ; i ' t II I IV .1.. \\ b.n It lint ( t."....r,, .
I lie "almost nmetj and moie, than Vom LIUII. ..ii .III m i Ih.l.foli ., I'qul.| I .1 to I a"1" !Notli. ',' IM I 1"1; l i i lix, t.n ;ii, t II...ll, "II,, tli, i| ATKlll.M-: ANI CotJNSI; .I.I.OIt i AT LAW
||, .II III till .SI .II .., I loll nil, It," Mill 1 loth' tl.ix of ,I-'. t 10, .II..il \ |I"'i| < ., Will I'riictu'e
Tested and Proved GoodJo'reshn..ss half I of fun life. ham \been hpent ill villi- .: : : : : : .: > .: : .:. .:. : : : I (I.IN III \i'i..' II. I i.tt.:! till' "."n.' I III, i Illli till. I .,ipplx, lix nllnt,"i. i p. "tin.n" ,; i I., u ss,, Hh Hun,|II.| Statt in all Courts
fyintr tho .South for he | 7th: ..t.i'i .\ .i.' ii. I '.III.I : ;.mil. t lh.it In .1.--! olalili; .Imm; H \\ I', I I Kins, .1 InIK,. of I Ih,, and KcilcrulOflic'e
; years fattenedI I fiult t I.it.'t.t J"dl as well as"highKracli': | quality. on )I'ederal appointments and .stood .:. TilE \\IKKLKSS GUN; <. "' IllllHt > OU .1 t IX. I 'I,11,1. .i to .iilupt .1. f, ,,,.d., i )lnld; nl I ('i tizeuis' Hank Itrondway
Call for what want the ;: .;> \\itlllHH: MIX ll.ltlll"I .Illll i Hl.l) til 411)) t til.iv 11 mli. l \i .ttH I KiHHimmee'
you in high in thi.- councils of the (I. A. U., iif I-i"III "." x A I II I I'll I :II AltTMI'l: \; :MOHIMS.
GROCERY LINK: foi most of whose members the : 0-- ':" > ---0> > O> jfov-I ] ul.i' ft. H. WoonilAM C
Hit; Mn till 'imiiol.i I C'ounlx. I"I"I. -- - ,
eminent pjovides pensions. He hash j We now have the wireless telegraph

<]uandered his money and much of And the wireless telephone NO'IKI,: or A'i"J'l ii 'II.:,\.r. I 'I 1 K I.: UK \ I"I' \I II >,,i\: 'p.. | 4 J I KINS & WOODIIAM

hrs wife's, and if his wife and And ships that fly thru the airy sky- In t 'aunty Court. 1t..I. <'.,uni>. |.'l<>rl III < .tinl> 4 ourt. .........1.. I minl. > I."lor- I
money I Thru .starland sail unknown. ....-II. II. lloui'k in. \\ ..,. "..} .r. Idfl.' -II. II. lloiickM I \. H ..".TM. SUKVKYOKSKiaaimmeu :

son are to he believed his lack of We've the dictaphone and phones that ToXin !'i.-\ .-r. I 11,'f""la,1. nml) to All T.\ MIUMIS' I', f. ui.t., ,, .mil In All r
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morality hah been disgusting. Many talk, IVIHIIIIH t t CUUHIor int-r.st'd. I III III', AllOM. Klllltliil i INIHOIIH Int"I' ,'i'h, 'III, III, \I"." I 1,1); ) Florida
\11)' of I thi I ,
La n,1 lltltd' C'IIIIHI ,
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times/ he haw been involved in Various And cars ten millions strong, ] I Ii't'clnii fti., I 1"'H"lh'e I III.,.. lll.lfll, l', s, I ,ii","ll nl. Id. l.md. i ,
And the movi s' day will give away ton \\lll I I I take nollcc, t I tout t I tin. Von. .. 4tMONEYBROKER
sorts of scandals, but his wife. a fine on 4th will "UK Hutu; ' Unit... nn tin.
4th(
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To the thing that sings the song. ila\ of "Kclii' uai \ 11)13) KIIII t \\IIH In.llul'd ila\, of( l'i..hi inir\; I 1':1.' I' : ,sun, inHllllltid .
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", woman has> always come to his rescue !Many the changes time has wrought,, aKHlnut' > ou. \\tii. Mi I .iii in \ , i JIlfHillHt \litl. I' .\ Sts| \ ,Is 'in; '
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In: C'ounty; : c'ourt: (if ;:IMI'i i I'otiiitv .t tin I < 'i'"11,1\ Coil 111 I I (if llmilo.i < |"
: .I'I't
IMIIIKloilda. ;
Any day that you prefer Florida. it, itttatIiui-nt I t l\ II; IIink I ''lnml I I In all.t .. 'hi",";. I"t t In. II I t 11 I ll.n I I I. | New
Mrs Sickles is still a rich woman Thc 1 parcel post; will take almost i that a writ I of IItllI'h",1 ilali-! and, lli.il a Hilt( of ,,tt.i..... ,nt' ilnfiil I I York Syndicate' will Finance
"KtblllalX 2llll I IHI3.I V\LH! iHHIllll' i l h\ till I, |.'iliruar2nd, !tIll 3. ".ilromlH' \\ .'n. P Hrelrle.
like her. w '
Anything you'd to I H IHHUI h. Mining
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and womanlike, she will hcjp him I t'ltlU Of I I till. C '.ouiltv I 'olll. Ullllil t t H.al 1 1of 'I ', 'l'i. k of ( tie' '..11..1' ( Mitiit' iindii ." rirf1"'nit H'.h.' 1'I"' ,> :Stiange; .inventions ..101, ',, H .ilif i ,, c. ( .
surprise
/ are no ut. 1..1",1\ . |
on
Her for . 2nd pil.tand : ( HIlVl 'onlt t. (Ml, V, I lull,11 % 'Illl 1 ?? F. Q. 'T H 0 MAsON.
again only reason letting Who knows. what can be done . undi. t and I l II\ \litui I of I naid I .\\ rltof I and( under nml', l is> \lttui I I nf Niiid I 1:1.win: :I t S"" Itrl'r'.n''..".... KIHHIMMKE.: Fi_*. C
him. approach a cell is the hope that l"er long some mind of the genius ,. atlndlll'ni I liavi )i.v li',d noonoiir nl''atllll'l"1O',1 I , I 11".1,1.; I it t UIHJII xmii
lllil.\| 111 (fliuit'AtiUc. ll.-H, '
| Illfll lotM i liull\ 111 t I he 'folliiwlllK, diHIMliid.
I I lolK
he may come to his senses and changehis > kind IliictH or luirri'tH of land.. Hituati.. I' tug, I{ rats nr pin.KI I IM 4,1 1 lallol.; nltuiit",..
mode of life. May dream out a wireless gun.A and hcliiK In tin* ('..uiIS of ( IMCI ol.i. I 1> ItiK and i IM.I UK, I In the 4 'ount \ nf i IHI., -
and Stair of Florida to-wlt | ,riln and, P .stall' of l-'lnt
wireless Ida
load with t to-wlt
DIBBLE & SON It i ill all very good to talk of forgiving gun you can l.otn 9 antI! 12 In Ilio( k 12. I.Inn, a. I.iitH 7 and, X In Illoeli. 12. l".IIIK H Hiili- .. - - -
I stuff, HUlldl\! 'iBlllll Of Ccrt, lll, I lllllM, of \\11I .V I j 'li\lHloii of ("ill a in, ImdH or Win, -
your enemy and helping him,, And hold with an aim that's fair, Sr lo.wltnil fiiKtlonal M, 'I''I'lfeCnol. :Mi t Coo.1.! Hr. I. -wi all fractional, A LOUIS A. SEARSON
And fell with t ion.. I 12 13. 22. 24. TowiiHhlii, 20;, H tloiiH I 12 1 13, 22. 21 c'-
\ and it is very commendable to do it, ease anything,. you ItaiiK1 211.oJ.. and fractional ..,.,.tI Iin, Is I HanKe Ztl. I'; and fraillonal TowiiHhlii Hec'llon( 2ft.I, IK:
but neither the golden rule nor any please, and pint of Neillon IN I TO\\IIKII| ( 20 I and .part of Hectlon I Is. TowriHliln' ( 2i PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
That flies thru the misty air. H KanKu 30. I';. In ( Jill'.ol.l Countv. i KnriKe 30 i K:. In OMOI.ola CountKlor H
: Get the HabitOF other sensible rule advocates doing A gun you could shoot round a mountain Florldlt.'cord I ilK to an official plat. i da. acMordiiiK, li> Hn ofllrlal nlat of AUDITOR .
more for than do for of Bfild IIuhdlvl"lon filer I Ill thr nfflr. ,Maid HulidlvlKlon fill',d In thi. office of
your enemy you curve of Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the Chile of
SMOKING A i the CIrcuit Court
. HEAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" your friend. Or with ease the wild goose fell Bald County on tti.. 24th I In the South there homes Or sailing soon take aim at the moon I 52 0. arid recoidrd In I I'lat I Book I Silt. and ncordid In rial Hook I. tin; f
are many I. on 41.
paw I'''''''' 41
i for Confederate veterans. By the Or the stars bring down pell mell.! You arc-. therefore niiulr. to nupciir You urc. thin.fore, required tf* npar IflcorporatejAccoufltafltofthe
A gun you can shoot in the game law i 3 to the Bald action on i the rubdin- ><' to the Hald action on thin rule'dav.
hardest kind of work, the people who face In April. 1913. the Biinn' In'IIIK the 7th !I In April I 1III3 1 the ;,nmin.' helnu I the 7th International Accountants '

: Sold at all store who want are asked to give money to keep General And the warden standing by day thereof of April.judgment 1913. anil Hill that h,. In inttredatfalnBt default I day thereof' of April JudKnient. 1''I!I 13. and will' that.he In enttredI default Society, Detroit. S : -

the best for their Sickles out of jail raise enough And him not know how you killed you. I 'RfralnHt you.Vhiiqg ;
cnilomers quail no %V1tiit5a I my hand und Beal this 4th I I' my hand and Heal thin P. 0. In 377 .
Look for Union Label. funds to furnish these old soldiers the Or prove how the deer did die. clay of February U It INtlKAM.U. 1913 I',, ',day' -.5 of "' hru..ry. A I). 1913. 4th I KISSIMMEE. FLA. tLLEMD Hall Office: ,;
t U H INHKAM. LES CI. '
necessities of life. -A. N. Howell.' 7.9t Sherli, Osceola County. Florida.','J.9t Shcrlfl Oscc-ola County .Florida.

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...$. -, ,,. ._. "," "" ""' '''''"'''.'' ',' "CARTOONIST. ,WILL' BE, ;THE. j\ acrou the street into the mew W'arint .BuUdia,.. We will "
'\\u:: \ V" !1 1EVERY ' be pleated to fcav' visit in ae. y' '?'
you as our quariers. '
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'day"'is'' a bargain' day .atthis.," : : ,, ,* ;The patrons of the lyceum ,course Conndt. our list, 'and 'should you fail to find 'therein:, the kind % n

>* sn are anticipating'an evening of un- of property you require, call on or Shiite us and we will take pleasure .i

x '" store. Our, stock is complete in usual diversion the r evening of, Feb.. in looking up sock,property; yon desire., hr
15, when the Rowlands will appear

:x; ,'31 t'at.the.'cboo1.: auditorium In ,a,cartoon .YDU.CANNOT.MAU.A' MISTAKE WHEN,YOU BUY FLORIDA ), k
_, .-' every .department We," can !* Illustrated lecture.. .Orie: Rowland\ LAND WELL LOCATED; ] i

.!Iifi : -. ., ,m delivers Ihe.Jecture; _.and Pearl:.Bow. ., .' '," .. -
: '-'---:- -' '-' 'supply everVthmgtol'fu: ": -t- y- land drawn'the cartoons in'the presence r. ,Wn a you sec may property advertised by us you caJi'rest assured yF; ,

; "of the audience .v that it b not Low, Flat .Land, subject to overflows' We do not / :;;} +

uj nish the home or run ; '" . .S 31; l These by lecture-entertainments the,Rowlands, have formed,.originated list kind of property,'neither.da ,wo offer it for: aae. I i '

C a new addition to' standard lyceum; .., ..'
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| . the farm grove !jjj and chautauqua attractions and are ORANGE GROVES.-; '
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.! .. intensely interesting,' 'They are designed We hare some of the best Orange Groves in Osceola 'Couatjr*listed with
fi for popular courses.One . '
) .. .t I fact 11"apparent'to'' audiences us, as.follows:, One-twenty-five'acre grove,:one fifteen acre grove, oat twelve

Hi .W hearing these lecture-entertainments. acre grove, one ten acre grove; two three acre groves' 'and one two acre grapefruit ' .

They are built around' a ''vital theme "grove. All of these are 'first class groves,. which ,can be purchased: "' s ' ,

and are portrayed in i a garb of humorin reasonable prices aad oa terms. We win Introduce Joa'to' the owners
1 easy ., ,t\\
Hardware ,
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.Qsceola Company the main) mirth provoking to the end let yon deal direct with them:: "
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extreme-yet carrying a vital influence ,',' ,, ., ,' .
HiHi I in the direction of the theme No. 301 An, attractive home in No.. 429-Lugo'lot' on ,which ,Is" .Io-, ;
Hiffi ; presented. Pinedale. This property is just out-] cated one seven-room and one three- u
I Orie i Rowland is-not on the lecture side of city limits,''on high ground room house. Large house is lighted ,,';+ ,.,
S j House is two-story and contains eight with electricity, has toilet and kitchen, t r
!* !S platform because of of a reputation rooms, all plastered and hard oil fin sink, small,, house also has sink,and ;,
Hil I !IiYiYlYliYliYiYifiYi possibly gained' elsewhere., Of? the : ish, two porches, fine well and large toilet. We 'will sell thJsproperty aa,I '
platform, however, he has been living barn... This-houae is located on a five- a whole or separately. This property ?' ,-
acre tract, with beautiful view of the IB well located will pay 10 per cent;, W '
in somewhat
heroic school of 9
jour.
t ''!:;!IififiYifififififififilififi/ilifilifilili! ! ! ! ! ! !/ ! ! ! s,1 !filili! ylYtlb l nalism.a city fruits and lake.and Land trucking.is adapted' This to property citrus - .on houses investment, $2,600.if rented. Price of.';;both> . xrt,y '

l-i, Pearl Rowland is an artist born; 'can be had for "$3,300 on very I . p
-I not made. Although she ranks favorable terms. Will introduce cus I. No. 434-Flne tract of 40 acres,'just t
artists among tomer to owner and let them deal di. short distance .beyond city,limits on' .. '
ARTHUR DENNIS IS ANINVENTIVE a member of the same firm of printers auto riding, and he has developed into I the younger platform she is Shingle Creek road. Close to. splendid i
GENIUS has developed as an inventor. A an inventor. : today considered by eminent lyceum rect.No.. high school, churches, ,and mark.t.i '
recent issue of Dixie says: In fact, Mr. Dennis'has secured a'' critics as one of the greatest American S09-Splendid new six-room desire 30 per acre.Terms 'on part. if '
Some month aeo'Fred Dennis Jr. house, just inside city limits, fine deep t
"Arthur W. Dennis, the wellknownjob patent for a device which will settle cartoonists. well lot ,
to Kissimmee to set the Ga- contains two acres of groungood r J '
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came much information
up out
many disputes, give I '
thinks of other besides new barn and No. 473. -We have two eight-room .
lette's linotype machine. 11. is a me- printer, things device which' has wagon buggy ,, -
chanical genius and his brother Ar- rushing out booklets, posters,i many letters-a seeking information brought and' 00040,0000404000000 0 0 sheds, all under good new fence. Fine< houses, suitable for rooming or,board' 4f, ;a i' ,
thur, who lives in Jacksonville. and U etc. Arthur Dennis' mind went to !i a device which promises to make him 0 VALLEY GAZETTE 0 location for small truck garden or water inC purposes and ; they connection have electric lights zh; ; W 1
poultry ranch. This is a Tine prop- sewer ; located.: Et,
j forget that there is such a thing as 4 BRINGS ANOTHER 4 osition where you will have the free- in splendid resident section.. Call on ;
trouble over the high cost of living. 0 dom of the country; yet close enoughto us and we will show them to you. The I ; sou
I Mr. Dennis' invention is a speed- enjoy all the prices are reasonable terms ; ",
4 The Bradford Bank W. Vermillion 4 advantages of the easy ,,
ometer-recorder. Autoists carry the 4 Cashier, Bradford, Ohio. 0 city, such as splendid high school;best 5 .. 'R .S 9 M
Merrill-Stevens Company speedometer, but it only tells you )just markets, churches, etc. Price $1,500. No. 381.-A. 20-acre tract located on F'
how fast you are going at the time. 0 Kissimmee Valley Gazette: marl road, two miles from depot on ; ,. ,
The new invention records the speedat No. 458.-Ten acres adjoining city
My Dear Sir and Editor-I find 4 St. Cloud road. Property has good '
Have a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality certain times. If you want to know 4 the Gazette on my desk this 4 limits is cleared, on the fenced Orlando hard road. Land house and three-acre orange grove in
and
how fast the machine ready for the '
was going yesterday bearing. This grove'wi11-yield from ;" '
of work done. Expert Mechanics sent 6ut. General Blacksmithing II at 10 o'clock, or any other time, 4 morning. I certainly have enjoyed 4 plow. The elevation is high, suitable 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each '', ,..' t i
and Repairing. I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding. the instrument haa it recorded on a -eo your paper. Some weeks 4 for citrus fruits and trucking. This year. Sufficient land cleared and .in ;
register. <, ago I noticed an article stating 4 property will soon be available for cultivation to Increase grove to twelve r4.T': .,
White Oak, Mahoginy. Cypress and other Hardwoods always in I If at 4 o'clock today there is an accident 4 that the paper would be discontinued 4 resident purposes, as the city Is expending or fifteen acres, and at same time can

stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re- I I and you are charged a week or as the Commissioners''; 4 200.00 rapidly A bargain at $1,-' be yielding any garden truck desired. # &
month after with the If in search of property that will
pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited. I 1 a limit the machine will breaking tell the truth.speed <( fund had exhausted. I notice in 4 No. -459.-Five acres inside city, bring result this fall, and at all times .. . ,

600 to 654 East Bay St.', Jacksonville, Fla. The policeman cannot prove you were < this issue that you are in hot pursuit -0 cleared, fenced plowed, ready for while extending new grove, Investigate ' .. .,.
I II going thirty miles an hour at. a certain 0 of the Commissioners.; Well 0 cultivation. This tract is near the this. This property is convenient '
I 1 time when the machine says dif-' 0 I must say it certainly is a good 4 Aultman farm, on .high ground $1- to town, has marled road on one side a t '
'l-4t pd 000 takes it one end. Price $4,200.
4 way to reach the people. I wish 0 _,L .
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:M I 4; to say that I have been a .'booster" -

4 for Kissimmee ever since 0 KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." "

0 your paper has been coming to 4 Here's, the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located Y I 1
0 me. I certainly, feel grateful to 4

I Business and 4 the Commissioners for t+ie act 4 sub-division.

BankingShould '*. and will say further, I know of 0 PINE CREST i i. situated between Emtr.eltand Mabbette streetsjoverlook-, ,. y t

0 no better way to:advertise your 0 i ing the City and Lake, and is bound .to become one of the bat resident: subdivisions -, ? -f T P

0 town and county. I have learn- 0 in Kissimmee. This is where the birdi-Xtng and not_where:the 'frogs , a"
0 ed much of Kissimmee and 0
always be closely related, and the financial 0 country by reading surrounding 0 croak. Lots are high and well drained.. This addition is planned:for people I 'u' ;;.

institution that can afford the greatest accommo- 0 your well directed plans of bring- who appreciate high elevation', pure air and fine views and want, enough-land .. {\"'," 'I. 1'

0 .ing people to'visit'your progressive .- 0 to build a real home on at moderate price. We expecf sell all these''lots ,: ,

h dation, to its customer. i*' an, **ut.o' GUY community k O city, 0 this winter., Call early and get your choice Prices tango.$70.00"to'$1 00 Per''I''I'';. '-<

t ; \, ; 0 I expect to visit'you some" time ,,. lot .onie..y. terms of 'payment. ?, *' a. "' \\V'W ''..'..N\V. ""I : '. .,".' !!: "',J
.Ir 0 in March. and walk Into 'a 1.'r\f' ,
your "
Ir An institution that has: at,all-times exerted }' 4 ' r rrJp 0 Sanctum; Sanetorum and take 0 . 1 .. i 1f

, effort to accomodate and its LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. 4 .I
every please patrons < the Southerner by the hand as 0 ;

is found in t'he' though I knew him for a half 0 Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.. "' '

0 century. I am southern blood- We have nice high Iota, near the lake which we are offering at prices i"'

O born and'grown up in old Virginia 0 that are attractive. See these lots get our prices and terms on them before 'JJ4.i.; '
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J Citizens Bank I 4 the greatest state in the O you decide on a location for a home. ...t li ';
:, 0 Union-my wife is spending the 0 : 81
: = = 0 winter at Clearwater, Fla.; likes 0O No. 474.-We *have two four room I No. 47 .-Close In ,home. This 'I* ?
I located nice a. nice little house of five rooms and i ;t
the place Very well. I hope to O cottages on. high lots,
of KissimmeeOur bath with modem conveniences, on
0 see much of Florida during the 0 73Vixl47tt :feet each, within two corner lot 76x120 feet. Within 'tw > ,,, '
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0 month of March. Very truly(, 0 blocks of paved street, in South Kis- blocks of Broadway. House furnished '
W. VERMILLION. 0 simmee. One of these' houses is on complete, ready to move in and begin,, rh
4 0 a corner lot. We can offer either of housekeeping, without the expenditure t4
of additional money above the' '
000044000000000000 these homes at a very low,price, andon price which we offer the property for. i ' '

NOTICE FOR BIDS. easy terms. Price $2,200.00. ,. including furniture.
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I N' *.l..* far Bid far ......... .. .f ..... ..' "

1 .' put years of satisfactory record in the financial Sidewalk I. City' *f KII__ FI. I SMALL FARMS: ._ ''.. .;, .'J :,.1 .;'"ii 1'1

.. world stand out as a tribute to our efforts in this section Notice Is hereby given that In pjruance u .__ _. ..... '. "
of a Resolution adopted by the MO. 4o.-Mice little country nome, five large rooms, porch,several out- '
to furnish a financial institution that would at all times Council of the City of Klsslmmee. on consisting of five acres land, good newthr..room I buildings, such as grain houses, tool as' t 1
February 4th 1111 the Council of sal cottage, barn and poultry and wagon sheds, stables, etc :ZOne ' ;
five the greatest' aid to the business concerns in our midst City will recelve'bid. for the construction house. This property is only half deep artesian well and one surface 1
I of sidewalk. a. stated below at mile outside city limits onbest hard well. This land adjoins the finest
and at the same time be as conservative as necessary to' II the Clerk's of nee, In the City Hall at road in the county. Splendid place orange grove' in the country, growing: ,
Kissimmee. Florida, at 7.SO': P. ft) .. on, for poultry. Price 800.., on the same kind of land. AU kindsof
I'' safeguard our interests. We call 'attention to our comparative Tuesday, the 18th day of February, crops grow' encouragingly on W-
A. D 1913. No. 477.-Close in small farm. This land and It is the prettiest place for
deposits|for the. time that we have been in exist Park Street from Main St. to Brae splendid property lies just inside corporate a home in this section of the country. > l
St.. both. aides. .. __ limits, on high elevation over- There is a fine line of forest trees on 1
1 ence. Bans Street from Main, St: to'Brae looking the city and lake, contains the outside of the fence, with a beautiful -
St., both (Idea three acres good land all cleared and palm inside of the ;yard, also '"
f Lake Street from Main St. to Royal under good fence. Small box house. some thrifty maples, magnolias, live
St. both !aides This property is well located for sub- oaks and several other varieties of .
: Comparative Statement of Deposits Oak Street from Main St. to Brae division. A money maker for the shade trees and ornamental shrubbery ; '' '
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\, St both aidesPoaalel party that secures it and sub-divides and flowers. We want "to In- ?r
Sumner St.Avenue both aide from, Church St to t into city lota. Price 100000. troduce yon to the owner of this land ;'
Commenced Business April 2. 1910. Sumner Street from Bermuda Ave. and let you buy direct. You can buy \ e
I to Posslel Ave both aldea, No. 71.-A 20-acre home This ''it at a bargain and eon favorable x "
Drury Avenue from Broadway to splendid property lies two miles north terms of payment .
Ii :. .. $120 244,43 Right of Way of Atlantic Coast Line from town, is practically level' rich
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Railroad Company, Northeast aide dark gray soil with fine chocolate FARM FOR SALE. i ;
I Deduction will be made from the. subsoil; 16 acres cleared and in cultivation Located on good 'road, one-quarter a
i j Dec. 31, 1911------------------:----------- 172,260.28 above frontage or under for any contract sidewalks for constructed con. the remaining four, acres mile from city limits good 'five-room a " i
structlon ... filed with the. Council by; fenced covered with a good growth: I ceiled house large new barn thirty ;
t h r
tt.'' 268,382,44DIRECTORS property owners. pending tho publication of pine timber with some scatteringoak acres of land twelve of which is in 4" a
: Dec. 31, 1912- -------------------------- of this Notice. ; about 1% acres of nice young cultivation, sixty 'young orange and '+
Said sidewalks to be constructed of '
thrifty in bearing besides,
cement, according the specification grove a grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach
made by the yto Engineer I aa approved number of fine Japanese persimmon trees some plum and pear trees, one
by the Council and flied In tlofSce trees, some peaches, mulberries, good family horse, one buggy, one d
; of the City Clerk. blackberries, two kinds of l
grapes wagon, two seta harness, fifty chickens -
Payment to bOlt made In Certiflcateof and a few bananas. The
Indebtedness* Issued under Chapter buildings ten head cattle and all tools necessary a vhl
SSfl, Laws of Florida, Acts of ItU a t .are comfortable, but'not of great to cultivate place. A bargain at r Lt
par value Interest.drawing-' eight per cent. annual value, consisting of a box house of .$2,600. Write us for terms. ,''f m,; :7 ;1 ?'

,,' ." , : it. ' :. ''*. t Certified. check for Two Hundred dol S 1'
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; lara payable" to the City ,
C" ': ARTHUR }C.,.' DONEGAN President D V U/FAVFR/ shall accompany each bid.
,'i'Mt1hllr' Li' ,:0"UOllBRani IL M. PFANN; 1st vice-president I RI- . All bids.to'be' addre..ed Tr..urer'l
"+\1 . c. W..DANN 2nd Vice-President *' KPresident ft .the City of Kissimmee, II
s R. Gilbert, ,. ,, BREAK R
City Clerk Klsslromee
A.W'HILLN: .. & II.:COHOON -, ,Florida." ,1,sr' T H. M. CO.
to" Cashier
I 1, ( F. : C.D. CARROLL , '. By order ot' Counoll.

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= for a permanent, >renter South/:
close In. Address, P,, Ov,, Boil; |\
ClassifiedAdvertisements Kissimmee. 7tSt '
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= GarmentsGrowing I I LARGE 4 CO-OPERATIVE Colony noW" ,

Ready-to-wear: Adv.r ......t. ....-....rl 4 l a4er'-tkU fce a. ftt"the pt.-..* ...*.. { |. organized town being near built;Tampa Iou -and* Fla..land, new-at r

C!... Pen i.... F.r Back Im..rtl..., a fraction ot usual cost. For.infori i

; I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ". .. T.. .,.. ..'. .. .. .. .. ... ..... I. I. I- .- .- I. I-.- I- I- -I I- I- .- I- I-..- ., I- I, I I tal mation Springs address, Fla.N,, R. White, Cr ys.,.
7-8t, "
; More Popular FOR SALE. pd. .:
FOR SAL&-one good driving mare J
one work ,horse one exceptionalwoods FOR KENT-: 11% acre of land baJ .!
rider's horse. May 'be seen the city, 6 acres of which has been I
Fullblood)) R. I. Reds' I
FOR SALE
: farmed, good 6-room )house
3-tf on Place
at 67 Oak street ;
for hatching, 15 for $1.60. C. .
i eggs new stable. C. II. Strouck. lie
'A' f Ladies find it Cheaper to Buy Dresses Ready Made, 11. Blanchaine. .* I FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Fawn and Vernon Ave. 7.1 j J

FOR SALE OR RENT... Commodious White Indian Runner Duck Eggs. WANTED-Dining I
x '; than to buy material and then make them. Also there" family residence, wide verandas, $2.50 for 15; by mail $$.711; leave ; white girl'preferred.room helped Applfrto'W n.1('
orders at R. S. Floyd's
with outbuildings, flowing well)]; 60 grocery Park Hotel_
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of land, under culti- store or- address Lock .box 435, 7-lpd .
portion
,. is not so much worry in trying to select the Styles in acres vation, at Hammock G.ove, Kls- Kissimmee, Fla. 5-4t HOUSE: FOR BENT-Special prices J'' f"
,simmee, Fla. Apply to A. E. established to all summer or.all the year round
SALE-Well
vogue. We make a specialty of Ready-to-wear Drought. 2-tf FOR enjoying good trade grocerybusiness ; best occupant 116 Mabbette Miss St. .Dalma'; (;raham 7-atpd.
FOR SALE-$3500 will bay a valuable of reasons for selling; excellent lo- '
Garments. Call and see them--Silks, Serges, Peque, property in the heart of Klssim- cation, cheap rent. Full particulars MEET: me at Kissimmee Drug Co- ':
to interested Nelson Realty
parties.
mee, now paying about 14 per cent. and we will get a drink of'th. beat ;
I on the above amount. Enhancing Company. 4-tf soda, water made Hitt0004'04040040d000
Percale and Lawns. H. M. Breaker
in value every day. FOR SALE!-Ten acres of good land f
i &: Co. -. 89tf 0 '
in Northwest Kissimmee, fronting ;
FOR SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray engine East on Vine stree. Suitable for 0 f i ,
H. C. STANFORD CO. $75.00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at small fruits, vegetables, general 0 Wanted-To correspond wi t1
$60.00. Both in good shape. F. trucking, dairy or chicken farm. If parties interested in Florida', ,
Vans Agnew. 49-tf sold quickly, will take $760.00. 0 lands. Improved or unimproved. 4'
which is less than the city assessedvaluation. Oranges growing on improved
ORDER YOUR trees at once from G. F. Kribbs, Kissim and all- other suited to citrus..' '\
Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, salesman mee, Fla. (tf. fruit and vegetables. Pine land .
: room No. 1, State Bank Build or hammock, prairie or muck in 4'
ing. 40tf FOR SALE-First Class Al Restua- large or small tracts. Prices 4
rant doing good business. Best location 4 and terms right. Near new railroad 0
FOR SALE FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 reinforced In town. Reason for selling and in new country. Writ' *:
cement fence poets and 250 my undivided time required to look 4 Jas..A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla.,Itf.
cypress fence posts. A. B. Jarrell)), after property interests of other . 4''
1 5-acre tract for $500. ADVANCED 'SPRINGSTYLES At Kissimmee,Drug Co. parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis 0000000000 000000000. '
t 5-acre tracts for $300. simmee, Fla. 3-tf
4 5-acre tracts for $1000. FOR SALE-2 h. p. international -j' -
for I Harvester gasoline engine, in good FOR SALE-Large size billiard table CARD OF THANKS. '
18 5-acre tracts $1350. FOR LADIES I running order. Will sell at a sac- with full equipment. Apply We take this method of extendingour
;rid 70 acres for $100n. rifice if taken at once. Apply at Frank Vans Agnew. 3I I sincere thanks to the good peopleof
/ 900 acres with fine orange and grape Gazette office. 37tf Kissimmfe and Osoeola county for
fruit grove, $35 per acre.COTTAGES FOR SALE-Four good mules. J. W. the many kindnesses shown us, In our
FOR SALE-Seasoned grapefruittrees Miller. Itf. recent bereavement.S. .
Just a few Style. shipped ahead of Season two years old, good condition, STORY and Family.
25 cents. Henry W. Smith, Wau- FOR RENT. FLOYD TISONi
1 6-room cottage with 2 lots, $800. in following;; description chula, Fla., Nurseries on Kissimmee 1
River, Bassenger. 52-8t pd FOR RENT-One store building on
Officers of Sedgwlck Circle ,JNo.
r. Broadway; one 9-room house; one 6.
,i, 1 5-room cottage with lot 75xl47'/4; FOR SALE-Beggar weed seed 60c 6-room residence; one 4-room house. ] Ladies of G. A. R.
GUN METAL, LOW HEEL, BUT. OX. at $3.00 MRS. E. E. WELLS, Willson President, Miss Bertha
electric light hot and cold water, per lb. Velvet beans $3.00 per bu., I Twitchellj;
Tom Watson and other varieties of Building. 6-tf Senior vice, Miss Lucy Whitman,
barn, nice yard, close in, $2100. GUN ETAL BLU. OX. at 3.00 I ;
Watermelon Seed COc per lb., 33 Junior vice, Mrs. Marie Cosneri, S.e-
FOR RENT OR SALE Twostory'tore ,* Mrs. F. J. Van
years of honorable business dealings retllry ; Treasurer
HOUSES TAN BbT. and BLU. OX. at 3.50 is our foundation for success building on Brack St., North Mrs. Mattie DuzorC. ,
1 10-room house, modern, close in, and your guarantee of proper Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf Mrs. Jennie Co well; Conductor; :Mis.Marric .
$3750. PAT. BUT. OX. at 3.50 treatment. Girardeau Seed Co., : Stanley; Assistant conductor,
1 12-room house, modern, close in, I Monticello, Fla. 3-13t. DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent, opply to M. Mrs. Sarah Cohoon; Guard,-lra. Mary
Blanchard; Assistant Guard, Mm.
$4250. I FOR SALE-Ten head of good logging - Lena Steen.
1 8-room house, modern, close in, mules. We have only ten left. FOR RENT-A modern 3-roo.n flat, .
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I Selling out mules on account of logging with all city conveniences. Applyto '
A fine
something $4250.
See WindowDUTTONHARRIS with ekidder. Any one wanting I W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf Fred W. Stalker visited :Apopk the +
j lint of the week. lIe ,
was favorably
ASK good mules at a bargain will -- --- --
I I do well to call on us. At mill eight MISCELLANEOUS.WADE :impressed with tne country about that ,
miles from Kissimmet*. Ansley) thriving town, and Bay the people. ail! -:
Mrs. Mary SummersLAKEVIEW Lumber & Tie Co. 3-tf I the tuner, Orlando. teem to be prosperous, and lIa S P7.
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CO. FOR SALE.Horse, buggy and wagon I GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES arise The Phantpm nor VS. '
COTTAGE and one 2V4 h. p. Marine gaso- from time to time to acquire valuable 1 Le Rouquin, a feature film in four,y
608 Penfield Ave, Near Clyde.Clyde line engine! motor and reverses I lots and tracts in the growing i reels will be shown at the Pa 't
gear. One 120-egg !incubator. city of St. CI ud, at bargain prices. atuitday; matinee and evening. 11!
the second street west of courthouse ply II. M. Sprague, R. F. D. AP-I Address! A. E. Drought, St. Cloud, i r. one. of the greatest spectacular's ,
i leading south. I t 4 miles S. W. of Kissimmee. 7-lp I Fla. 2-tf t I;:ure films ever made. q

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New Jabots \ The Greater New York Store I;, HOUSEFURNJSHING DEPARTMENT' ,,,,.

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\ 15c Towels large size; these J> /
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points very nice; sale price____.. OC'J'IJ ,
and nets. Absolutely the latest jabot .
f c style.. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA I : 25c Towels large size Flesh

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Beginning turdIlY, February 15. the Entire Fall and Winter Stock Consisting of ';!
New patch Collar, with attached Net Sale price __________ I J[ Ji C '

Jabots, complete _-__________, _25c DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES, LADIES' GARMENTS ESPECIALLY I ;
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Wonderful at the price. 35c Large size Bath Towel and.LineQ i k,
will go at the Close Out Price of 6O celtts'on the Dollar. \ Fringe. i

Natural Linen SAILOR COLLAR with THIS IS A BONA FIDE SACRIFICE _Sale- Price __________ 14'c. ,',,
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ties, complete ________________ ZSc 50c Extra large-Bath -- ,
With the new square effects just the Towel. Sale price __ --3' 3LCf.
ti thing for Spring wear.WOMENS' 500 Men Wanted at Once at The' Greater New York Store where you can _' -' ',.

n_ ___ SecureALCO" Clothes 15c Pillow Cases, good C' ':'',

SKIRTS Sale price ________ quality9, "
and old all the from $20.00. $22.50. $25.00 $27.50 and $30.00. Must be sacrificed !
$3.50 Skirt for. which are Nationally advertised over country at once at $11.75 -- '
.Sale,Price _go u___ $1.49 I and $13.75 Now is the time. Don't delay.) Come:, early and avoid the rush! We guarantee perfect fit and satisfaction. Biggest opportunity on earth. 55c Sheet ?lull size, '

'. Sale price __________ ,44 C. ';'
$5.00 Skirt for
go 2.49 JUST UNPACKED, ALL THE NEW NECKWEAR FOR SPRING ..
Sale Price ______
Novelties. by the dozen, in charming little conceits which will make this.coun ter a center of attraction. Inexpensive little pieces at well as the hand- 89c Sheet, extra sue, best quality'' >
r' $7.00 Skits go for, 3 49 made lace A display all Kissimmee women should come, in to see. Sheetin .bleached Sale Price -::Li-- I ., Sale Price ? 69ct<,
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$10 Skirts go for. I In justice to yourself you should shop here for Spring Wast Good I the stock to suit you. Our White Goods. Wash Goods and Linen Depart- -- ----- - ;.iY"t "

Sale Prices ___'-____ 4. 99 k Easier i i. coming soon but, no matter whether you wish an Easter Dress, a I meats are stocked to their full capacity with fashionable fabric for every $1.50 White Bed Spread., nice' qu WV''
5 $12.00 and $15.00 Very Fine Silk !White Dress, a Wash Dress< a Linen Dress, or a Wedding Dress this store has I| occasion; at price so moderate as to surprise you.DON'T full .size "QrtW .

Voiles. Serges. and Panamas. MISS' EARLY EASTER OFFERINGS OF DRESS i Sale Price ____,_i_____ O7. V "
;' to go for. THESE, GOODS ..,,:..' "

Sale Price _.,____ 6.98Beauty II .,j- We have a few pieces oLer.Dicit;i

,____no ___ .. Linen Table Cloth that formerly as ,':

I- Aids and -Toilet Articles- - REMEMBER THIS CLEARING I- SALE .COMMENCES SATURDAY V, FEB. 15TH, AT 800;. A. M. SHARPTHOREffiR I offer for 50c in and.this 75c sale yard at.._we_.,','25.a,, ,.;'' II';'

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P .I Reifs Fairy TOILET Cream SPECIALTIES________.? 50c LOOK AT; ':THESE,

+ r .. Massage Cream ___*______?___ 50c ... I
Beauty Cream __,__?___*___I_. 50c : .NEW[ YORK STORE[
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Myrrh Tooth Paste _________?. 25c Trunks* ; Suit :Cases, .
Shampoo Jelly _________,.i'ta. 35e ; < "' -- ,

k'' Deodorant.Toilet Powder' _-,_? 25c ., '* . .., : ,1' and'Haxid Bags
lO-oz. Can Talcum Powder __ 25c I : : r'
s Bath Powder (peffumed)__.__?_ 50c. ".." 'Next ,Door' 'to Fraternity. Hall, Kissimmee, ,Florida At 'C0 i!,

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