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 14, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00581
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L l'i'. _Kissimmee's First Chautauqua: Begins Wednesday- -Get- Your Ticket! _. ' :: ':.::1

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gro voters .having qualified at ,40. I ; ------ ill; business and farming:- Mrs.I1i
TO BUILD 100 HOUSES making a total of 60 to bedeductejfrom NEW LINE OF BOATS .I l CHAUTAUQUA SEASON 'son is eighty-three years'old." They P LJASHED'TO: DEATH .

this number, or 360 white voters have four children r Jftfteen grandchildren '

ON OSCEOLA PURCHASE ded within to:' this the; city number being will about Ad.125''', TO BECIN SERVICE' BEGINS WEDNESDAY.WM. ,Thins and their five great-grand thirteenth winter IN FALL FROM TRAIN .\ t '

voters who are not subject to poll taxI I' Florida",- where theyhave;: made many _, .
, ----- including those who have become -' __ friends. We trust that Mr. [Hudson "
. voting! age since the first of Januaryand I' may celebrate his 100th birthday in

4IJEYES IN THIS SETIONJEID of 55 those since who that have time,attained placing the the! voting age-II FOUR VESSELS ARE SECURED ; J J. BRYAN HERE FEB. 21 this Those same present"Su ny at South.this joyous" dinner FATE OF PHYSUIAN': **"""E., \ ,.".;

strength at 485. tarty were, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hudson :
OF THE MODERN LAND It is anticipated that the vote will ,
Lincoln -Ill. C. G. Keon Lincoln -
be the heaviest ever polled in a muni. TilE KISSIMMEE t !
; Ill. Houston Lincoln Ill. Mrs.
cipal election. There is considerable i BEE TRANSPORTATION CO. ENTERTAINMENTS SECURED E. Masters and Mrs J. K. Hilliard, ofMilliard's HUSBAND BY GOING FROM ;- -
AT TURKEY interest in the race, though! it doesn'tappear IglandtMr -' J. I
Mrs C.
much on the surface, and it WILL CONNECT AT LAKE FOR
Mr. Mrs. II. Cohoon
HAMMOCK. I Fouts, and L.
is thought that there will be a few |I I'I OKEECHOBE WITH R. R. FROM FEB. 19 TO 22 and F. H. Lawson Kissimmee. ON MOVING TRAIN. l'Mrs.
I'I who will not exercise their right of I .

Dr. E .C. Chirrnbers, of Kansas City, franchise when the time comes. i I '

wKMOd.. ,. went down the river Tuesd tive canvassing/ the voters, and it is bee Transportation Co. would begin I chautauqua !season in its history next Donegan was a visitor to Orlando Atlanta physician, fell to her death ,

,wwith Capt. Clay Johnson on a I a pretty safe wager that most of them on February 26 the operation! of a line week. It will be a short season but in with from train No. 85 Tuesday night at a I I
He recently wiH have been seen before the date of Alkahest yesterday, coming up company Bell's shingle mill, six
trip dI. general inspection. of boats, was the statement made byJ. it will be one of the best that the point near
purchased the Lightsey-Parsons 'the first primary. Both Mr. Bass and W. Ward, of Floral City, who was Bureau has to offer. Mr. W. Hale, who has charge of the miles south of Kissimmee on'the At- '

ranch in Oi'ceola and Polk Counties, Judge Lilly feel that the roundup will ''in Kissimmee Tuesday.Mr. The sale of tickets through the past construction of the spur of the East I lantic Coast Line railway. j '

and is now obtaining an intimate I i be surprising to the other. The con- Ward was on his way to Rosa- week has continued and through arrangement Coast Railroad, which is being con- I I Dr. Kime and his wife were on the' '',' .
knowledge of the country surrounding test for the places in the Council is arrived a't between the ;I way to Lakeland to..visit their son, C. ,t .i i
lie, where he a turpentine structed from Maytown to Okeecho- t
it. I I not exciting any fervid interest and having succeeded! to the ownership of Bureau and local parties Kissimmeeis I"B. Kime, who owns an orange grove -- M .
the candidates not active themselves I, bee. The gentlemen were here to The a student .
Dr. Chambers is president of the are held the late A. P. thus assured a class of entertain- there. young man was.
Modern Land Co., which has recently I: but the next week or two is property. ments that it would 'otherwise impossible testify in the condemnation proceedings at Gainesville and took a degree 1, ,
which heard before the CirCUIt -
to enliven this race, and it : were there.
been incorporated in Missouri for expected object in establishing to obtain. i '
I would not be surprising to see some primary the evening Court. Some time before the train reached .. -
the sale of the forty thousand acres this line of boats was to provide trans- The season will begin
of land that the company acquired; ginger injected into the campaign before ,- I portation for the naval stores ship- of Wednesday, February 19, with the Kissimmee the physician's services I 4 't
it i5closed.TOWN Orchestra. This is had been called to the day coach 4 .
bv ourchasine the Lightsey-Parsons Chicago Ladies'
: ments originating at Rosalie, but _the \ t'
tract of land. William Kent is secretary -; opportunity awaiting the an organization whose: reputation: is ELECTION WAS NOT ivhcre an unknown Cuban was suffering --- , '
of the The literatureof sufficient guarantee of its ability to arwl'ln, need of medical atten- -
the-company now in preparation WILL BE GAILY ;ment Kissimmee pf an and adequate Lake service)deVeIOP-\\ please. It has r.ever played before I' tion. When the train stopped at.Kis t I .;

and the sale of the lands will begin -connection with the r Florida audiences until the present HELD BY THE BOARD simmee the physician's wife was heard .;

about April 1. It will be sold in tracts I which is being constructed throughthe season. There are eight pieces in the to remark that she was going to look i"' 'r, : : ., '
12 : I
DECORATED MARCH and each member is an \ for her husband and soon after the. 'f"
0( 40 acres and over, and it is the Kissimmee prairie to connect with orchestra, :. .-
artist insuring the completeness of train left Kissimmee on its way to !,
plan of the company to build a houseon the boat at the mouth of the Kissimmee ,
tract aold. Dr. Chambers the aggregation as a concert company ]I TIMEr Tampa, she started from the Pullman .. j .
every river, offered an opportunitywhich I MONDAY NIGHT THE '
merit. I forward of the train. : t 'lI
calculates that in this way the company the of the enterprisewere of unusual car to the part ,
will build some seven hundred WHEN GRAND LODGE MEETS quick to see. Walden, the' magician, will be the I The train was running; nearly an hour r i '

houses before the enterprise is put The has secured four attraction Thursday evening, Feb. 20. late Tuesday night and was going at Ii.-;
company has the title of successor to WHICH THE MEETING FOR of the J', .
through as projected.The boats which will be put into service' Walden a high rate speedwhen tragedy ; (,' :

sales .headquarters of the company MERCHANTS HAVE RESPONDED along about the date mentioned. They Hermann the Great. lie is reputedto THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF occurred. The unfortunate woman ," 'Jcarried
in Kansas City Mo. and be the cleverest of legerdemain two time tables in one hand ,
will be are small boats, but as the demand for
the prospectors' headquarters will be GENERALLY TO TilE REQUESTOF larger vessels becomes apparent the artists now before the public and his OFFICERS OF BOARD OF and a black knit hand bag in the other '$ ,
on the land itself, at Turkey Hammock TilE COMMITTEE TO USE needs, will be met. The Kissimmeeand performance is one of rare interest TRADE DEFERRED. thus both hands were engaged ,,.j-\I.! \
which will be known hereafteras Okeechobee Transportation was and amusement. when the lurch came that unbalanced ; 11; '. "
BUNTING LIBERALLY William J. Bryan will deliver his her. she unable to herself .i,
Headwater. A store will be established I -- I was save
I incorporated in December, shortly '
of therimes"
famous lecture "The Signs bdutchinganysupport.; .
Headwater without delay .j
at after Mr. Ward purchased the Cov-
of February Because of the attendance
the afternoon poor 1
who will be in She was missed soon after the ac- ,
F. W. Harper, at Rosalie. Mr.
infrton holdings has never which was due in some measure to a
branch of is to blaziN/ortli :21. Mr. Bryan II cident occurred, and the husband left 'i
of the
charge inspection Kissimmee going of the
Wan) I
'is president company, and this misunderstanding of the time for the
the work has already taken up his in a bewilderment! of bright colors )his wife 'is vice president, and I). II. spoken in hear him should, be seized opportunity annual meeting of the Kissimmee the train at Haines City and started ,
abode at Headwater. lie is living in along about March I 12.:! when the : to I to walk back over the track in search 1 .
McMillan< a wealthy turpentine man has held the Hoard of Trade, the election of officers -
the house on the ranch about a quarter Grand; Ixidge Knights: of Pythias convenes Jacksonville/ <.', is secretary andtrtasurei. by l all. Mr. Bryan for at-I was def..rn'cuntil\ Monday of her. lie notified his son at Lake't '
world longer
of the a :
of a mile from the boat landing. here. t (I. C. Livingston, who was tent ion than other man. He evening of next week. I land, and the son joined his father as ,, ,

The house i is a large", one and will The local committees are already) ll '>ciati-d. with Mr. Covington, will tinuous international period any figure, and if he Several members assembled and quickly as he could. Railroad officials : "
accommodate guests so active, and the merchants have been is an were apprised and at 1 ::30 Wednes- *
some twenty In- *
in charge of the transportation should take place in the cabinet it discussed matters of interest to the v2
that there is no irnn1'dlatH.ed for requested by the committee on decorations company's, office in Kissimmee, tcmpoiary is that a the opportunities of Hoard, though the diuciission was of day morning a searching party started I M *'
likely t
additional although, I Dr. to provide their I i pait. The out from Kissimmee, composed of
quarters "
( headquarters' having been es- hearing him III the future will be few the most informal sort. The subjectof
Chambers that another I business have responded( with i one V. E. Hailey, road master, T. G. Duke '
cottage men ,
says laljli-bril! I the and
< III telephone exchange.\ This be the last time, in fact, advertising Was brought up, #
will be built Mr. I Harper I has accord, and the prospect is that Kissimmee may section foreman, Frank Duke, Eddie'
soon. folder ,
:Mi. :McMillan's: \ power launch, the that KiHsimmee will ever have the I). B. Potts reported that the -
been manager for the Chambers Land will display more bunting lianu will !lie brought: to Kissimmee, chance to entertain Mr. Bryan or be which is to be issued by the Board, Duke and Mr. Bradley, of Lakeland. '? I I

C'o. in the sale of fifty thousand acresof than has ever before seen the light in and used
Everglades land with headquartersat the old town at one lime. I In ad simmec' and Rosalie. The Diana has should make the most of it. would be ready for delivery, in a short and though they looked carefully o f

Ft. Laudcrdale for the past two dition to the decoration of the individual i- I reputation of being one of thefa.lest The concluding) entertainment: of the time. I along the track between Kissimmee

years. -, stores and residences the public launches in Florida waters, series will be Th Olivette Concert W. .1. Sears, who is to leave for and Haines City, they failed in their '- I.

The LilChtBey.l'a rsonH company have buildingn will he properly wreathed and haj- won class in several races. Co. Saturday evenini. J'h company Philadelphia Feb. \'Ki!: to attend the an- purpose. They stopped at Campbell ,' 1 I'<***

(out six thousand head of cattle on i in color by the Board of '1'1 a.I" An --- ---- measures up to the' h'tf.i: "' indard of nual meeting of the National Educational Station and notified Section Foreman ;. .
IC ranch which will IH taken ..iff asconvenient. appropriation for that purpose was others in the series -.nil all who at- Association, stated that he Bryant at that place, and asked Mm I -

.. The sale of the property recently made. KISSIMMEE MEN WERE"PICKELTJN tend may he as"ure.J! that they will be would be glad to distribute any liter- to take*up the search at day-break. '.' I Ify
did not include the live stock: and! the The souvenir piogram I is being compiled. well repaid for their trouble. ature that the Board might put in This Mr. Bryant did and he hadn't .I .'

ranchmen will have all the time theynpotJ H. M. Evans principal of the Season; tickets are on sale at hit; holds for such purpose. lie sue- proceeded far when he found- the- wo--- ; '-

to dispose of the rattle The plan high "school, is. chairman of the committee { TAMPA son's drug store aril those Rober-I, j'pH.d) thut a'i, illustrated .,iiai cnienv, man's body. .u. ,

of development as laid the bead in charge of the program, and season tickets may have seats reserved sU' h :a tl.(> St Clout) paper: has been The force 6f the fall had hurled her ,i' '

of the Modern I Land ('0. is the most he has gone about his work diligently.An : ; there will be no other reserved :, pi ni; jog, be i"".>-je.l by the local papers fifteen feet from the track, and it is 1 t
extensive attempted in Florida. It effort is being made to present an I" ''"he' ', formal taken. supposed that death was instantaneous.
yet ( UL :Nl'Y COMMISSIONER: LESLEY seats. Those who \tare admitted by WUH no a.:! mr. .
is intended to sell no lesse than forty unusually attractive souvenir this paying at the door will have the choice !,i I the. courb-.1 of the .!i1-t; ussmn the Her forhead showed a bruise -.,
acres, and! the construction of a house year. Th<',-,\'alley Gazette has been AND: OTHERS LOST MONEY!\ of seats not previously taken. Single 'name of Uozier Leitner was put for- probably caused by striking a steel 4

for each buyer is a new departure in awarded the contract for the printing TO) DEFT FINGERED: KIN I>. tickets for the season are: $3; double ward as a candidate for secretary of rail that Jay alongside the track, and ,
the plan of land selling.", The land is and especial care i is being taken tickets $5. Door admissions for the the Board of Trade. Mr. Leitner said her clothing was badly torn. She was '

to be developed for general farmingand with this piece of work. Souvenirs Chicago Ladies Orchestra will be $1 he was too busy to accept the position dressed in a blue silk waist, blue .'* -o -

the growing of citrus,fruits. I issued in other towns have been beau- each; for Walden 75c each; for Bryan i but his supporters -believe that serge skirt, and wore a. narrow ,.
Accompanying'. Chambers on his tiful examples of the">rintef's art, The Tampa Tribune of, Thursday $I each and for the Olivette ConcertCo. he would make a fine .secretary and brimmed blue traveling hat. When ,r: .'.

trip were 'J. A.'Jackson, cashier of the and the Kissimmee souvenir is de. contained a letter from two mon of ., '75 cents each. I pressure'will be brought upon him, no the body was found the right arm was -" : _ _

,. Gate City National Bank, of Kansas signedtd bo as good as the best and dated from Kissimmee complaining,) Onehundred tickets will be given doubt, to allow the use of his name. outstretched and the head* rested on"f';;: ', ,

City Mo.; I D II. Foust, Anadarko, much better than some o' them have having had their pockets picked whilein to school children, ..twentyfivefor I President Stanford is one of Mr. Leit. it, and the lower limbs were doubled : -" !t'i'J: ,,,. _
Okla.; E. L. Russell, Murphyslroro, been. Tampa the first of the week stating each performance, and those will be ner's advocates. lie said Mr. Leitner beneath. Such' time had elapsed' '', .>" .

111.; J. M. Pheasant and I 1) W. :Mor- I Kissimmee will be doubly honoredin that among several who suffered distributed by Principal R. M. Evans was well qualified for the place, and since death ensued that it was impossible ,

ran, of };,'ulth'. Wash. These gentlemen i having the Grand Lodge! this year. was K. I. Lesley, chairman of the The entertainments will be given in his office was located! convepiently I to straighten the limbs. The '"., -

are capitalists: and ,prospectors, i It is expected t that I Hon. W. J. Sear Osceola)
jmcl I all uere I impresed with the advantages \\ III 1 I lie elevated! to the Grand (Chan The Tribune I interviewed'the sheriff ---- the secretary. It was proposed again the searchers on the motor car, arriv- j
of this. "section( l'II i <(< ''ham ,cellor's chair. :Mr. Sears has been and the chief of police who admitted I to pay a secretary for a part of his'i ing at 750:: o'clock, and was taken in 4; .,

l>ers had many pleasant., thmjfs t to say active III Knights of Pythias wolk forman that pickpockets< were operating, DINNER PARTY TO I time .so that a business man might I charge by Undertaker J. W. Thompson. '

about the future of tins. ,'oullt )'. "This y years and I he has fairly i won the in) Tampa just as they had been in I be induced to take the place with- I The husband and son came to -o '-

I M a line town," he said. "and I've dl-t "IIittiofl. He has achieved t the hon- other doing southern all they cities.could They to apprehendthe said theywere A WINTER VISITOR I out incurring loss in doing the work. Kissimmee and accompanied the remains .
Alfred, A. Tano's alsosuggested to Atlanta.
name was
I di-\ition the
to fraternity and
ni '
looked over t the entire State and 1 I
criminals, but found it most difficult
a and it stated in his The Atlanta Journal, giving .
I is deservedly regarded as one of t the, I -- was an account i !
have found no' Mich land I in <(CentiaJFlorida <
) Several had been
task arrests
I best, I mfoimed nienjn j the order whosetaliMs I 'behalf that he was willing to take the I of the accident, says: -
as you have1 heie I l ltli.this \ I lit him peculiarly, for the made and the suspects had been mad j :\\1\ (. T. L. HUDSON; : CELEBRATED\ place. :Mr. Tano has been one of the News of the tragedy was received I ,,
has post
entire section "'iil futuie. I
) a ); leave the The chief simgge.sted
to city. BIRTHDAYAMID most active members' of the Board, in Atlanta in a telegram from Dr.
and I'm to do what I to
going: can that if those who had suffered from i Kime the Atlanta
and there are who think that physician, her hue's
(Grand; Lodge will )bring, ant many '-
bring good l people) here tobare in it. t the operations of the crooks would aid IIAI'l'INESS.; / band who with
: I'III' of \isitors to Kissinimee' and<1 1I he would make good in the positionof ,, was her at the time, '
------ the officers Instead of writing letters the couple I
being on their
I t the of entertirrmncnt will secretary.The way to .
program inI -
| j hat more good might be accomplish I name of Claud .V. Johnson has Lakeland, Fla., on Atlantic Coast Line -
I bidseveral I I ThebobI ,
JUDGE PARKER OUT I I u delightful i events. ,.01. The letter appearing in the Tribune A delightful: dinner party was given also been mentioned in connection train No. 85. _k ,
I << accominodat ions) will Inample. ,s
,". follow-: on Tuesday last by T. L. Hudson at with the position. Mr. Johnson is engaged The telegram was addressed to Miss '
I I'm' the "OIllI'lIlt i arrangements. "Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 11.1 Tampa the residence of L. II. Cohoon on Bass in compiling a city directory, I I Agnes Kime, his daughter, who was f' ' .
will that is made for all 1
OF MAYOR'S RACE I see provision Daily Tribune, Tampa, Fla. Dear St., the occasion being the ninety- and is otherwise interested in the progress I at the family home, 281 North Jacki *- '
I I \\ ho may come. Sir: What is the matter with the fifth birthday of !Mr Hudson. Eleven of the town. II-. is energeticand i son street. It conveyed the facts of \ t .
I The local I I members i of the order and, .
,. Tampa police force ? They better get guests were present, seven of wHom enthusiastic anti possesses the the matter, and said that Mrs. Kime's '
I I.
thc's well reali/.e deal
as that a great
busy. were over seventy yearstold, the combined necessary qualifications to fulfill the body will be brought to Atlanta and _o
| i.'i-pc'tds:, upon the success with which between f and t; of the eleven aggregating will ' _
evening arrive here
"Monday ages place well and acceptably. .It is possible Thursday morning
ONLYTWO CANDIDATES the -rand is entertained far
Lodge so _
I o'clock four parties were touched in 79'2! years. that there will be other IIvailahlecandida" I Mrs. Kime was formerly Miss Hope I 'F . o
I.. K; ssimmee's future as a conventionis the crowd at the union depot. I After the bountiful prepared Davidson of ,,
,.', large I repast !.''' brought to the front before Ohio, She was a mem ' '
v I I concerned.) The spirit of th" "I 1 had taken from my pants pocketmy by Mrs. Cohoon, letters were read the meeting next Monday even- her of the Grace Methodist church _

FltE1.\ 1. BASS AND: JW'. LILLY "' 'ei I f tiimment will therefore assume pocketbook containing close to I from Mr. and Mrs. Hudson's two sons, ing.: I Atlanta, and for a number of years, : .

WILL KI'N: IT (01 T I I'NLF.SS: i Inoader'.. scope than that of a rest'cted SNO. George (i. Hudson; of Decatur, Ill., The suggestion: made in the last has lived in Atlanta at 281 North

fraternal utTair. KissimmeeA "J. B. Brinson, also a traveling: man, who was formerly a missionary to is ue of the Valley Gazette that B C. Jackson street. She had hosta of ,' ,
lllEHEIE I : OTHERENTRIES.) ; II put its best foot forward! in exnding had his for $37.;! Mr. G. banker in friends here r
pocket picked Japan, and F. Hudson, a Miller was in line for the presidencyseems i to whom the news of I
a :: t a welcome and a good: time Lesley oT Kissimmee, some $57 and Charleston, 111. Also a letter from to have met with favor on all I her sudden death comes as a great ( ,

i to the visitors. checks all done in ten minutes almost their daHht.11'0: : ;. Arnold Flairler. sides. While Mr. Miller does not seek shock and sorrow. She was about I _, I ',

-- I right under the eyes of one of of Delavan, Ill. the place it is known that he would forty-five years old.

Judge George F. Pinker has announced : HEATH OF E. C. GETCIIELL.K. Tampa's fat police stationed at the Mihudson" was the recipient of make a faithful and progressive; president She and her husband were on -a I

4t withdrawal from, the racefor depot.I seveial gifts, among which was an and his frienda are urging him their way to visit their son, Charles '
his i:. C. Getchell; a ,carpenter, died! at "Is Tampa getting like New York ? I umbrella from F. II. Lawson, accompanied to accept.TIIKEE Kime, who owns a large -'
Mayor, and this leaves, llucontest the home of Mr. and !Mrs. Jack Chambers orange grove r.
all the road
J. W. "It is the talk along by the following appropriateverses near lakeland. They left Monday '
anil .! Ige
to Fred M. Basxs 1 in the Niemcyer apartments, and I am told this tame gang has written by Miss Lena Lord: night. Besides this son and the _
Lilly. Tuesday evening at (i'Jli;::! and was ; \ 1'01(10'OU: TEN NOT one
I been doing this work for two weeks. daughter, Miss
Agnes Kime
Judfip/ ( Parker, handed jwal i his Thursday formal 1 buried Thursday afternoon at Rose .,1 f your police can't catch these : You've traveled far upon life's way TOO OLD FOR \ROMANCE) couple has another son, Virgil, the M. :
withd -
announcement ol I Hill, the funeral services being: conducted ) fellows get "some that can. And found all sorts of weather, --, Kime, of Indianapolis, Ind. A telegram i /- '
morning. I In- said that because he was of I Imaulveul I I i from\ the house by t the I local "Tampa will 'get a fine reputationif Some days all sunshine, some all :Marriage License. Issued for CoupleEach I has been dispatched to him and- ,
this action
take I '
to Masonic' The deceased came
the of bus.nss.: There lodge., this keeps vip. .loud, of Wh(\ni is Over Seventy I, he will reach Atlanta at noon Thurs- _
press private Kissinirppe about and a half
to a
"Remain yours, And some were both together.And ; day. c _
announcements .
Yearn of
have been no other Folkston Ga. and beyond Age.
from I
ago ( Signed ) : straight ,
have left off now ninety-five you're : I II
and the political gossips known of him his -
this little was or "A. A. GLASS. And smart and brave and hearty.There's i Deputy Clerk JIm Johnston
discussing other possible candidates.The I I I connections. lie had broth -rliving was I I ROY T. GEIGICK I
family B. BRINSON. AD..ilTTEn
.. { likelihood is that a heavy vote in but the .1. not a better looking m in )kept busy by Sir Dan Cupid Saturday. '
, will I be polled in the primaries that funeral Medford held without" --- ----- ---- In all this brilliant party lie issued licenses for three couplesto i I TO PRACTICE LAW. :''

have been set by the executive committee his blood was being: present.any The personof pall' Mr. and ;Mr.i. Krskine Smith. of Toronto As further on yon travel friend< be married and performed the ceremonies Roy T. Geiger, of the faculty of I
in Kissimmot1 prospering) May this umbrella shield you. for two himself, saving time Columbia College Lake
for March K and 15, respec bearers, T. L. Curry Thos. N.Clark are at City is in ,
tively. If there are no other entries Robert were Riedel L. R. Farmer, being guests for th. tirnat Mis. And may "your path in sunshine lie, and trouble for the contracting par- the city to spend the week end. The .... :
Jlr. Smith is builderby And it blessings yield ties and making double fees in the friends of Mr.
for this contest will be settled Hansell andC. A. Cole. Roma Stephenson'; a may you. Geiger will be interested -i ''v 'k
mayor J. M.
in the first primary. Master trade and lias; such experience: bargain. The record follows: to know that he was recently licensed ,
con- -
Saturday.. was the last day for the Thomas the as last Worshipful rites. LC would make him a valuable: acquisition A social hour followed with musica F;. E. Sylvester and Miss Edith Col- to practice !Jaw, having stood I, : "
payment of poll taxes, and CollectorC. ducted to the town. So far he ha! I'.'ton d many good wishes and congratulations lins, of Campbell City, Fla. C. A. I his examination in January before the

L. Bandy issued 429 receipts up to nothing except suc'i as afford sub.-ect; to the host of the day. Farris and Miss Elsie Allen Nord- Supreme Court. lie expects to re- ., ,,,. .i
the close of that ay. While he a. W. Cobb returned Sunday aftei- for pleasant commen, and it is hoped Mr. Hudson was born in Elbert Co., stron, of Lake Mary, Orange county. turn to Kissimmee when the present --

doesn't know the exact number of I'' noon from a visit of twv weeks" to that he will booomi so well pleased Georgia, in 1818, and moved to Southem Rev. J. B. Santee and Mrs. Nancy term at Columbia College is finished, .iJ;

voters living outside of the city limits relatives in Pon acla. Mrs. Cobb with the conditions here that he will Indiana in 1826. In 1839 be wentto Wadsworth Bass, of St. Cloud. and enter the practice of the profes. o "

i included in this number, he places it'I Ii will remain for a visit of some time decide to enlist as .\ permanent resident Lincoln, Ill., where he has since resided Both of the latter couple are over sion with his brother, Attorney H. D. -

roughly at 20, and the number of. ne- before coming back to' Kisbimmee.T : being engaged in the mercan- 70 years of age. Geiger. _ow


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\;4 I" :, PROPOSED" DEAL. TO ..' i 1-done Hearts"by a il master a marvel hand jln ff. ,stage stage adroit.crfcft,...,GREEN FRUIT LAW IS conflict reasonable with.* in any it.valid,terms act, and of \1 '

I ness. The author. has'-poured out his I U not uncoqatitutlonal because It

entire store theatric knowledge in CONSTITUTIONAL Incidentally, affect interstate nge Trees

,BUY 'GLADES IS TOLD this play. He.has produced a vrofki I HELD merce And that' no' state' i ,
. j of magnificent, possibilities for a '
incidentally '
t ,..... ---- 1 melodramatic public. The characters which 'even\, affects are your money-
I the is terstate commerce (s valid if it .it belt A
are finely"drawn, dialogue crisp, good
GOVERNOR( ;EXPLAINS! MATTER the human _interest.. all\ absorbing, SUPREME COURT DECISION pugnant to the federal food and will help make :-
the comedy charming and the pathos Vae .,
act of June 30, lfl0 is 'sincere. Taken in its entirety, I ...::..- ,
.I I which Is. to prevent adulteration
"Human Hearts" Is of I i
probably one
O.FOIUIAL..rJtQr..OSlTI 'J IAl)} : WILL NOT EM) THE LEGAL CON- misbranding and keep adulterated POTASH
- ... rppgel"pla'ys! ; pf Jtskmdeverj
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: AND ONLY MEMORANDUM +known to the American stag-:AeWr]1=r ENTlTh'F4)lt-LIGlI----:= --mfsbrandea-iirtrc1es-- of -1nter =L_=_ .r ...,-, --

,, TAKK: CASK TO FEDERAL commerce. And that where an .
FILED) WHICH HAS NOT 'William: J. Ilryan, School Auditor- COl'UTI'.
congress relating to a subject
UP. lum afternoon of Feb. 21. '
BEEN FOLLOWED Friday, 'j which the state act also duces vigorous
may ,
/ nntA"h t h..d.
: The 'Flo ida Supreme Court l has held Its' prohibition, it leaves the" r : i : ;"have'.ten"'other

llecauH of a (general misunderstanding THE "PRINCESS" TO i the immatuio fruit law to be consti- 'open to the state regulation as to -each a proved

the detaila of an al- I The? case' went from prohibitions that are unt'nun1 I is free.
; concerning j I tutiollaI. test up .1t
l Iegcd propoMdon made by a Dutch I I BE GIVEN PEB. 28TH I I Change county upon the appeal of S. And that the intent of ( ,

syndicate to purchase the Evergladesfor commission man who; is supersede the? exercises by the ( '
.). Sligh. a '
: the editor the sum of the of eight Valley million Gazette dollars a ,ked, |I ATHLETIC|I \SSOCI\TION: ) OF <>t.. well known throughout this section.Mi of their police power will not be i Fla '
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Governor I'ark Trummcll to tell the I : t Sligh >savs lie will appeal the case ferre-d unless the act of,

readers of the Valley Gazette all about (KOLA: HIGH SCHOOL( >% lLLENG.t.E to Hw' .!t-inteel States Supreme Court. fairly interpreted, is in actual ; '

it. The State has in fact received no : ( ; IN Hi'NKriT.Ihe : Ihe point ii ltim' which I the case I U rim SI. flict with the law of the state." :
such proposition, as the Governor explains I I
We do not think that the
in the following ]letter: i- I lit,\tufcietiie with i intiistate eoni- ,

State of Florida] Executive: Chamber I local I newspapeis have lien, I tutnishcel I- Jill ri-i' Ihe d I<'(.I..n ol f the I Supieme ,: statute is | a duvet interference i

Tallahassee, Februaiy 11, 1H! :!. with the- appt) 'ndeei notice i ,'onteining ( 'unit' 1 follows : interstate commerce or a burden ,
Mr. J. 11. Reese, Lditoi, KisMnnioe, I; I
of "The rnn- on or u prohibition against, the
n peifoi maun .- in
s .I.I --liirh l plaintiff errois.
Florida, ess" which te> be. at the- of
1 I- given: gitimate subjects such !
Dear Sir: Kepljiiig to your letter future' hime-' ,\. Kim Iviod. asluriff of Orange' -
I'ai of t the 10th mst, a"kingfOJ' information The! 1'rineess. rennvson( will Ixgiven i I "'"(,ml I )'. .h.ft'l1dant.: i in eiroi r, Oitl '- incidentally affect such '

relative to the Dutdi) S\ndi- at the 1'istime thejitci, l Icb :JS! ,ge<' etllllt \I'. fierce by prohibiting immature; Commission Houses

cate's proposition to punha-e; the under hit' 1111>III" '(' of tIlt' I1tIYS .\ fruits, produced within her
Everglade lands! ; I I bcito advice i that ,, <' ..\"",'Ill II"" "f t the I h"L."la) high: ['.ivli'l'. .1.I II a from be'eeiminiy subjects of t- ('

the information Unit the :Mndieateh ", ",",(,,.oJ. TIII) I' 0/1((' of Ihe )/' titst 'I'he- FI"l'Ida: 1 ,fgislatilie i m at its. se>s'lon hale and this
01 obedience
the A. I 1)) fill enacted
million IollurH, for I this land, and tlun ii. Ieing J.'I\ CII!) In hit' uJIt'I'a) hOll.-,' III je.u I police duty and power to protect I : wanted, ,

at its own expense KO ahead and nrn-//j on nc','eiurnitu ,.1'I 111<' 1I(4t'i' i.t4igr fa<,11- tin' following/ statute: )public] health Except thus : in carlots. 'We

plete the drainage is income,', t I. I ,- of that/ |,laceAmong li.ipti-i I i.J;: =><>-enlitlc'd an act topie i ally we do not think that the act I (,> shipments promptly anti
As a matter of fait no definite proposal I the most plell"ing' ftu t ores ,I'
I .>hibit ('I'lain dispositions of citrus der discussion i4 an' unwarranted
has e\er been niutie l to the ,of the c lite.It.illlllHIltliv I \\ ill\ be a ill ill
Trustees by these piople. ("lomwell' ,I tvv< lit)' I llijrh I i :-'<'11001irJ.1 / I s, and fiuitwhich, are imrnatuie 01 other- I terferenee with or burden upon i W. Va.

Gibbons: did come hifoit t tit 1 raIcon -a'I,mii-ir bv' tie I liijrh I' it ho..1 1 oiche ra. wiseunlit for (consumption, and the terstate eommprco. I I National Bank,

IIH the nttorivv of theviidieute: Tlw I tit'oi i'iK will 1 1)0) divide") lIet misbiancliiig. of eitius fruits. )Does the Florida'statute in I : 6-18t
and died! a memorandum i, 'i Unlt 101111.1\\1)( t'le-' ,\thler t 'tic .Association andI ___
I For alleged violations "of this wise conflict with the food and !I
terms and condition- h eh he thought I I In oichi-tia'
would be agnablo to I litMidi; < .etc- if I I Ihe following |I' tlncast of the .,t.itute> the plaintiff in error was in- act of congress of June 30, i :: ce : Commission : Merchacts

the. same was' ttl 1 b)' I tin 'liustcc j I''i mi'ipal hai I :Iii It is :: founcd! atrainst in the criminal courts I By the sixth subdivision of I'I W S. Witer SI CHICAGO

s. Uhi I "I'IIMII-, 1 Edna hweikart\ of record of Orange) county by three I heven of the last named act, the ( "
This tiunioranduin popo' il ]PI'<''. 'liii'I Pi.,ihi'i I II harold BU1.1'! ;, hibitions ;:>; OUR SPECIALTY
iidid for the( iunliasi' of al out one), I ,; Ilains i i I Downing oral formations cacti of them against vegetable : ( \ -: .
million IK'res of land 1 at a pun i of ( 'Mil (Ivde Hu7aI containing two counts, the first countin stances, which as we interpret

$ROO() per HOI the. s..tii; jo.P" "' ha,,' I'i'n" mis of the each of them charging him with the I! would include citrus fruits, is

I pine to he fund, ba 1 iusli l paxnn, nt t of : I,ad,)}' HI:tin, i.Lie HesM \WhiddenI shipment to paities in another state:' lit l is in whole] 01" pait filthy, (',' : AND
$]((10,000() ) and anothi i ( ash ]'av. nn nt I "d'h.. ": ." _ Alice JoHnsonI j jof PRODUCE
of $lOlO1)<) () ( thin. In MX nieir lli. later I 1'1',," lids of t the- PlineessMelissa I ( immature oranges the same being I poseei or putrid, then it is barred in'I

,, Whin tin second' 1Ih paMiunt wa.- :*saiah: .Anna Fowler eitius fruit; the second count of each ''u subject of commerce Green j. i ( ) MciiipliisTeiiii.

maele. the Tnl.'t',1'\ (' I thin, to deed : \"ioli t _ I Laura Thomas of them ehaigmtf him with the doI I immature,' fruit may be as (' ' --

the land to the SMiduate 'I lie. S yiidicae I I 11"1 _ -_ Nat CarsonI 1 ivery to an agent of a common car I to health as the same flint in
would then oijram/t: ') II holding ;:nna: I father (of the Princess" .
' jeoipoi.iti'Hi j i ICT for shipment to the same parties I Iin 10\I eiripe' or deeompoMil! .state H.f -r. IICN' Ysit H.nk.r
I his ('oipoiition' \\ ( _Sam
Lupfer another tat of the : act of congress" ilebai the lattei\ & CO.
i-Mie ,ijflit) inillinn dollarof i oni I IcrTonev 14e gero, Bob Bul < same alleged ,
boneN, .si.i uieel, l
the Tn'I',< '. 'II"I 'state e would I then I Pen,.li,.ess _ :Mattie Bell Harris t Ilwl'.II' alleged to be cit rus fruit and leaving t the field of dt'lt'\'I'lOu"\ I MEMPHIS. TENN.
,. haluue of million Th.I .
10 paid the eight boys and girls .
are working hard to(( bo immature and unlit for consumption malu/'it) of f i'lilt 01"11>i to lop ele. : ( ; "
dollais. III bonds! aggie. gating t the sum t lo mike tly playa successPines !
of ..,,\11 million and eight hunduei! VM III!| be announced; later. with bv the states \\'(> di| not I .

thOU"III"J I ( i i $( 7, 01l.0)0.OO() ())I I Hollar) I I Of The plaintiff in error was aiiestcel that the act in question cemlluts \ "

the $H.00() ]1"1' acre stipulated; as the William J. Bran S..h'HIIuditor l ( upon three several warrants issued the interstate commerce clause: of ?
of t lie ]land, $(LJt) acre of it ,
price per afternoon ,
urn federal
of Prida '. I Fe// (institution( in wllh} If ;
21. : ( ( .
) from thc'se allY | ,
was required to be expended in drain- informations and detained ( ( i I i i i .ii,si i \ (Z. i1i.t.I K and jri i
., .
age and reclamation and in additionto A vouthlul in eustodj bj the she-riff, and applied / |! pi rmV iMon-i of acts of conirriss |l'. I l I l ', i i ., '''r :\1.\1.\ i "

this all drainage tax was to be expended bandit arrested in Boston to the Circuit judge of Orange i in pursuance then'of that Jmve ,' Philadelphia Pa.

in drainage This in brief "boasts that he robbed; "only thi county for and obtained a writ of : to our attention and tile judJ.'lIll'nt(
covers the memorandum filed with the rich. Hut so far as his record has'' the
couit is, t 'I''t', } ,' ]
habeas ( t ., .
Trustees by the attorney -of the :Sj: 'n- been trace I there ib corpus In his petition for /' t tin "i w s fiiim, Cali-
nothing to affirmed
supPort at the cost of the ]
dicate. the no'tuial inference that i I the 'writ he alleges that the statute plni !) ,it I' will In v.iais" before the
This should] it have he 01'i i i above in ei'ror. ,
proposition !
quoted which said I
,'rated I a tax i ,.-New upon prosecution I interests there will re-
been accepted, would have meant that Oilans i "",
Ti I> and nests a re based is in t the mr-fortune that I ham
mes- emocrat. ;
the State was turning over all of its William J. Hrjan Srhitol I ,\ ( "
conflict with !section H of article 1 of I hem in this \vinte-r The
land in the Everglades '
approximating lum
afternoon of Friday, I eb. 21. d.f.
:";: one million acres, and all of the improvements William J. Bryan School Auditorium the federal ,constitution, and seeks fruits I is constantly in-

2 heretofore made there, afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. I within itself to govern and contiolcommerce CAUFOKMA'S LOSS ISFLORIDA'S i ] :, 1111.1 1 lond.i I alone ij; costing about one mllion: and eight between 1 l
state of Florida
(. ) t the calls from the
1 hundred thousand dollars and the
t' which would, be received consideration That all officers of the navy need' and other states in the United I ,.,.. It means high prices
not be graduates of ] Enough is now known of the
1' by the State for the same would be again been demonstrated Annapolis has States, which is \beyond the power and re till I the I londa growers,
the freeze
4)) two million dollars in bonds, secured motion of L. B Ford, chief in machinist pro- i, jurisdiction of the state legislature] of to settle the I for at least six or seven

t ( by the land which the Trustees would of the Baltimore, and L. M Florida] to do. that it will be some years before ( I it will take
long to
.., : to the Syndicate. State and
convey Tfce machinest of the Iowa, to. the rank On hearingthe habeas orange grapefruit industry '
I corpus pro- proves of California."
would not have the first cash payment of ensign. that state recovers from the effects I
left this of .ceedings the circuit judge remandedthe ,
as sum money would have r the
": .. to' be expended continuing the operations Farm for Sale plaintiff in' error to the custodyof disaster, for not only was J. Bryan School: Auditor

until the Syndicate took over Located on good road, one-quarter the sheriff and dismissed the petition fruit on the trees destroyed, but : of Friday
.'I.. the land. This memorandum was left mile from city limits, good five-room for the writ. For review of ; large proportion of the trees j I 21.

I with the Trustees with the under- ceiled house, large new barn elves, This means much for
thirty this ,
judgment the in '
.. standing that Mr. Gibbons acres land plaintiff error News for
would with several
of which is cultivated for it puts out of business for !
some of the representatives of the sixty young orange and brings his case here by writ of error. contained very lengthy
time being our most formidable I
Syndicate again appear before the grapefruit trees, seventy-five peach In the exhaustively considered case accounts of the
Trustees relative to tha. same. About trees, some plum andpear trees, one of Southern Railway Company vs petitor and ought to assure a i finding of
'r three weeks after he filed the memo- good family horse, one buggy, one Railroad Commission of prie for our citrus fruits. How j' to the Hazzard estate

.': randum with the Trustees he and one wagon, two sets harness, fifty chick- Indiana, rendered outside world looks at the ruin of I rnglaiid, which is said to
or two of the parties he was repre- ens, ten head cattle and all tools necessary by the supreme court of In- California (( ,: l largest/ estates in Great
in I
: senting, came here and stated to the to cultivate place. A bargain diana, on January 3, 1918, Ind groves its relation I is )
i -I'mated' tn ho_ worth
at the __ _
t, Trustees that they desired to get certam' $2,500. Write us fer terms. 100 N. E Rep. 337, the following gen- citrus crops of Florida IH well n n
5tf I ( /(' :Mrl. M
information from the office of H. M. Breaker & Co. eral propositions said be sented by a leading article in the ( E. Robinson
are to I
regarded I
the.Drainages! _Engineer, and when they ' cinnati Enquirer of Saturday I is a granddaughter of
First. :
IIBU they desire lo 'I' herewith j ], and is one of the heirs
r we reproduce: I
appear before the Trustees to further 1 power of regulating commerce among J) : I( fortune. Ocala
discuss a purchase of the Everglades the states is in congress, and the subject "The killing frosts which visited

'lands They were advised that the of exclusive federal control. orange, lemon and grapefruit ] ( I ---
Trustees would be pleased to hear HARD LUCKIs of California recently have Hrj'an. School Auditor-
"', them when they were ready for a Second That when congress does enormous losses I I ( ) of Priday Feb. 21.

hearing, but after they had remained act, and its action covers the subject upon the fruit _. ____

here some three or four days they matter, its action is exclusive as to interference ers and have lessened the supplier |
left Tallahassee without coming Le- I these fruits for the entire / | young man told his

I I fore the Board, and I understand they a Coward'sExcuse Third. The work of years has in many ) j| he could live on her
Until and unless
k... advised that they wished further time congress next I one, an cooking' if she could cook on his livinsr
for the consideration of the matter does act, and the action covers the

I This is the status of the affair up subject matter, the states may act. I

to the present time. Whether or not Fourth. That so long as the action
: the :Syndicate will
: ther present any fur- of the states H> not repugnant to, or
proposition; whether or not PRICS
would even carry out the memorandum I does not interfere with, or place bur- on AUTOMOBILE TIRES.

I- proposal filed here, if ueeepted, I 'dens upon, or undertake to regulate, ....
=. 1 (II. not know
,. I LUCK interstate commerce, or are mere police -
I The object of employing an engi- I
regulatins their actions
fled' illj firm is to have compbte, \ and thoughin
't; comprehensive drainage plans and I II aid, or if in aid, of interstate commerce For SIXTY

I sT>locations, madi it being believed' 1'1.\ YS .NO I'IRT HERE is pot invalid, unless i it is a DAYS

.j\. that a report \by a reputable engineer direct interference __
mg nrm upon these features will ti-nd l '
Fifth That it rs not enough to
,. to give mci' eiii'1. ('ontid('",'" to the :-1! opkK. Oatmeal _ _ lOc render the state law invalid To get the Consumer
that it is
project and nial.i it ;, to : more fully
the ente"iprisi.. euse-r (lill IH'
Youi s vi,"ty. 'rul\, Smoked Breakfast Bacon_18c same subject It must in operation the Factory has allowed

PARK 1 UAMMI: I I.. (anfornia I'runt.s ___ _. __lOc I interfere directly or substantially with the following prices for SIXTY us to make

________________ (1\; ii' "Ol'. Calif l.vap Teaches, :2 for ..25c ,, interstate commerce, and not be an incidental DAYS.

\VilliainJ. Hrvan, schT ,\udilorium ('alif. Kvap; Apricots _15c (I or casual interference NASSAU TIRES are guaranteed for 3500 mile and
or remotely arc .i .im| ,
afternoon.. of ::1 i cans Maine Style Sugar the Standard price. i tm,","C, ,the', "ly i 'fully,
1 ncl.iy,. lih 21. : affect it hurtfully. Kuaranteeej tire, selling below -
I ,,4 ---- Corn -- - _ _25oI.aiffe I Sixth. That NASSAU TIRES are l built of( the bent (fabric .
-- - -- where both the acts t |>o.,iMr a"/| |L.vl,. ,
lil IU"I'M./ | ,
HI':M.\N Pickles, doz15c guaranteed for 3500 miles and,
)HE;.\IH.S" per of congress and of the state make a we make any nee chary ..dJ'I\IIII""I. Wrapp Tread and are

The "Morita" best Coffee on defined act an offence, the commissionof Send us an order and you will u.e no, ,)tI....,. Ni. ,11.... 'here 1,1 ''''lIIe.
and impresfivc melo- earth ____ _40c Tires Tubes ")'/0wmK |II/I,< r,. ,
drama "Human HearU," presented -- the act may be an offence against T/I"H/ TIlI"'H I for.yd.y. .

.' an exceptionally strong company by of I Pan Cake Flour -- __10c each, and punishable by each. See 28x3 970 :25; :lIx1 Tires Tubes

players, will be offered t. the approvI I . I the cited case for the numerous cases .30x3 11.15 2X5 ::L2x4x .2':::'. 'lit''J/!. 4 !)0 :I:, I', 3190 -- 6.75
al of lovers of all that is 30x3 V4x 15.10ir :< !wt :n.tdx rdIJ) ) ::ix; I
dean I ::1
' and both federal and state supporting the ; .::1 ::(" :3280 6.90
wholesome We 31x3V432x3
in melodrama on the stage give the values and get the ] 70 .{.1.111 'Mx 4 .' .2U :!I', xliiixr I 1'11:
1 :Mlr 7.16
' at the Pastime Theatre, Tuesday I quoted propositions. V4x 1025 :Tx4xAll :!; rtr: : ; ,
February 18. business at In the case of Savage vs Jones, 34x3 V4x 1785 4.:M 116x4 / I o r.Ar. :!7x.r 40.10 8.16

'L:( "Human Hearts" has been firmly | State Chemist of Indiana, 225 U. S. 80x4 21.75/ 475/ I ::hoJ'A, :/::11fJ'. !oo( 1i.IIO 'I'iru's/ marked 41.30 made 8.40 in

-' established as one of the most onginnal TAYLOR'SDickerson 601, it is held: "That while the state rood are ruaranleed.. w. .skip C. 0. D. lb. div order i. fU;() Ht 1'I1IJht aide. x are
. and interesting of modern-l State Distributors (for Swmeh.rt re<'e'nd.
dramas. The author has I cannot, under cover!) of exerting its police f fret a'i'.lUi'C., Any (thing for the automobile.

I4 famous as a playwright, but long in been the Bld'g Broadway power, directly regulate or bur- Wall 1 he pleased, to have your order
R. W
4 present instance, he has den interstate commerce, a police SUVEARINGEN
-' l t his former Phone 250. -- Quick Delivery regulation 10 E. Duyal
rtsFor 'Venuity St.
{ strength which has real relation to the References: N.ti.1 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and hank
brilliancy "Human: proper protection of the people, and is J5-kIvflvlk, I J I. "j'g Cr, N".III"k. ,

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Cbtfhtys ( Growth i made'to put up his it directly to advertising Is, it; worth

Willie who 1 is always on 'the.job Itt '

Has Been' with a malodorous bunch of; criticism You have an area, of 1,773 square ;!: '. ''f

Hundred.Pe r Cent.OFFICIAL must dig up for publicity. No 'manescape's miles.: If your population were evenly FOR'ALE; ::,

; it matters-not how great nor distributed over this area there t i

FIGURES BROUGHT how small he may be. The progressive would be 3 1.10 persons to the square w .

SIIOW TIIAT'TIIE GROWTH INTO, USE BYPUBLICITY MAN TO element Is"relieved from carryingthe mile. You still have room enough to

RECI'LY DUE'TO THE OF THE COUNTY IAS ,BEEN DI., entire 'loa.d and.. right that allow you\ to turn over, without digging ,
TIlE ATTRACTIONS IN PLACING they ho d'be- your knees into the,ribs> of your
-n :'r.-; __ INVESTORS 1 But there may be such a thins! neighbor. '
.._.,- =- =-'(even .!h9 gh I have never heard of Of the 48 counties of Florida 38 of 5-

(Note.-The following communication bosom of his trousers will become tT) at"flnishing"lh lJuildlng-bf=a-'city: ; theniihavBjnore-populatiorLthan Os- i r rY

comes from Thomas K. Bates, perforated bj; the friction. He does the' making,-of a community and the ceola. You are the_,39th in po'p-11a{ '" .
secretary! the 'Sanford Commercial! "of) tion 17th in' valuation sixth ; .. ==.,
'' not believe in advertising and it's developing a county. If this is an4( in Y. -
Association: Mr. nat has"T>een- In Verjrhard teach"a.n"old. mule new true in your case I am coming down area. Between\ .1907 and 1912 you

the publicity business for a score of tricks. So he has to be carried by the to, look the completed job over., were the third in Florida in increasein ". .

/years, and his long experience coup- progressives of the community. i If the job of building has been completed valuations. Palm Beach was first, .. ,-

/jjltf* with hii successive his'opinions Then there is the non-resident who ; if your county Is. as densely St. Lucie, second and Osceola county Finest ,unoccupied business lot Kissimmee, 60 foot fronting, on .. '.

on value.this Editor.subject) the weight of real is a big property owner and usually settled as it should be; if the town third.' You have room 'to grow' if you Broadway, also fronts on. Stewart avenue. This property will enhance , ,i I'r

: "big rich He chunks in a few dol- in the county are as large as the citizens want to grow. '
Sanford, Fla.February 8th, 1913. lars at the right time, lays back: on would havethem.if the finishing Cook county, Illinois, in which Chicago in value very rapidly. Price and terms reasonable, come.see us. ::1 ::1

Editor Valley Gazette: When the his oars and lets the progressives dig touches have been placed upon is situated, has an area of 933 -, -_.. . .

County began to purchase subscriptions down in the depths of their jeans for each individual line of endeavor; if square miles, the population of the NICE RESIDENCE'j_ .__.__ __' ;j

to its home -papers by the hun- the wherewithal to make his propertymore nothing is to be accomplished by the county being 2,405,233. This gives 60x148 feet of ground and a nearly new, well built 6-room house,
dreds and send them out to that county 2, 576.8 persons to the l
prospectjjt valuable. When it has doubled"steen" introduction of new families; new mile. besides bath, and good out-buildings, 19 bearing' orange trees on this 3,,,' '
homeseekers You have 3.1
for periods of three times in value he comes down, blood; new capital; new ideas; new square persons, to
I property, less than three.blocks from business section: of
free of the square mile. our city.
o'f'l1ths it
charge, appearedto blows out his chest, swelters around, settlements; new farm projects; new
to be one Last month I wrote to Citizens' Best of reasons for selling. Price sacrifice
oie the very best indirect i is petted and coddled, then sells out industrial ventures; new commercial a a one. c

methods of advertising that I his holdings, takes profits and makes enterprises; new lines .of transportation Association in Chicago asking for information 11'f
had ever heard of. I as to the business possibilities ORANGE GROVE "
was in Denverat his getaway. ARk him for a few dollars ; additions to waterways; the

the time the innovation was Inaugurated to help out with advertisingstunts blending of each portion of the coun- of that town. They sent me I0-acr6 grove, half in bearing, balance young grapefruit trees, r
and read of the plan at and he laughs in the face. ty into a developed and harmonious some books and copies of four Chicago >
you 56 acres of good land, of which 20 acres ready to out to
besides letters put trees. '
great length in the Rocky Mountain lie is a .parasite. The progressive whole; i if the final embellishment and papers, personal -
Daily News. That editorial was element in the town and county he finishing touches have been artistically me to become a citizen of that Part of this land is in the artesian belt, very fine for farming and S

worth the price paid for the subscript operates in have made him richer. wreathed about the placid foreheadof thrifty burg. In 1890 Cook county trucking, within one block of depot, handy to school and church, about

lions. There is a way to ,get at this. fellow Progress and the thing is now had 1,191,922 population. The town four miles from Kissimmee. Price $6000. Half cash, easy terms bal I

Your town at that time was not and make him pay his portion of the ready for the embalming fluid whichis has grown some since but not enough ance. ,
to justify it in cutting out advertis- .
overly and usually followed by a gentle pattingin 5
great my memory of it advertising expense. Your county I
was not of a very flattering nature. commissioners had the key to his the face with a spade, then it is up I ing, as I have been advised that my All kinds of Florida homes and investments. .
name has been placed on several mail-
However the advertising plan adopted wallet and it is to be hoped that they to the farsighted ones of your countyto I
ing lists and will receive from time to
by the entire people was unique, will continue to use it. lay the festive spirit of Progress
time such would interest v
as -
and as I was interested in all kindsof All kinds of publicity-are good. The snugly beneath the sawgrass, pal- :
advertising I made up my mind to main point is to intelligently discriminate mettos and tannic acid and let it a home seeker.If NELSON REALTY COMPANY
keep my weather eye out for the effect I between the good and the better. hike back to the dust from whence it Chicago and Cook county cannot Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. ,
afford to eliminate its advertising ex- ,
that this plan of publicity would | It is easy to get the better. You were came, before hot weather sets in.
pense, it becomes patent at once thatno
have upon the commerce and indus- I!i getting the better. You have discovered However, I opine that you have not
county in Florida is in position to .
try of your tQwn and county. Since it and should continue in possession completed the work of building your ", 1 R
do so, and especially Osceola which is
the inception of the idea I have made : of it. However, from your cities and developing your county. In
now numbered as the 39th county in
several visits, last edition I would that 1890! Osceola had
to your city, and each gather both county a populationof pl'y'Y
visit has convinced Advertising; towns, counties and
and practicability of this method of away from you. you had grown from 1,133 to 3,622, states has been my occupation for the - .. .. -- .. -- ------- ....- ,a
advertising./ It is a wise man who does not hesitate making a total gain from 1890 to I - --
20 and the merits of
; past years your
There are always a bunch of boneheads to reverse himself when he finds 1!05! of 489 persons This is a conservative I We are State Representatives for the }
I plan] in sending out papers to home- I
in fvtry community that makea he has erred.It growth. No indication of
seekers appealed so strongly to me BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES v
concrete roar every time a nickel is unjust to allow a few progressive plunging here, even in the birth rate.
and( seemed such a food channel
slips through their mils and lodgesin gentlemen to bear the brunt of front litd.'i! ; to 1910 you grew from through \\hich to float advertisingmatter I All Kinds Stationary and Marine r F

the pocket of the other fellow. (;.o 1 the expense in advertising a city, ::!iim I : : to .rr,, >())7, all of which can be and .i,
that 1 was surprised at the
to one of this ilk and try to secure a community or county. It can und traced directly to advertising. I In I

subscription to an advertising venture should) hi ""VIHt.,.!. The money should 1107! () yur) assessed values amounted to discontinuance surprise' impelled of the me plan to write and this you Engines, Boilers, Hoisting Enginesand Y. K

having for its purpose the furtheringof be taken from the taxes collected, thuspla..inj $l Il<; (;,2.1.: : In 1912 the assessed values ,
the abo"t'OI1, I have the mat-
; on
that individual's own personal interests ( expense equally upon the hadl'own to $:!r)75,978. This ii isun Carry a General Lane of Supplies ,

along with the town and he property| owners. Then the grouch inciva>e of $1,989,727!! being a ter. for all Purposes
Your1- very truly,
will sit down on it HO hard that the has to come across. The non-resi- trifle over 100 per cent. You can trace


William J. Bryan :Sihool' Auditorium -
; afternoon of Friday I oh. 21.
Local and Long Distance Phone. U-8.tp1Z '

'i !SilUlKKKl. VS I'.IKDS! i l;
t I To the Editor of the Gazette; : -- -- --- ---

As president of the Florida Audi- i
bon Society, I am desirous of learning '; Long Distance "

The ARTHUR E. DONEGAN whether, and to what extent the grey '' Advertising Phone 296

I I squirrel our Florida destroys song the eggs and or plumage youngof "at t

.birds.I am therefore asking such readers I, is saying the right thingat I

I Iof your paper as have personally ob-
I I served anything of this kind, to, write the right time ;
1 ', I me at Rollins College, Winter Park, i 1

1" Real Estate and about should the matter.I -be very. thankful for any I in the right way 3 t

accurate information with which they
I' Mi . ., may be able to furnish me. We make a specialty of planning, preparing f;
;d '! ' William Fremont Blackman, literature and conducting campaigns for 1
:. It1i'\ i 1'.r' ;" ' : ;,i ' 1J President. Land Companies, Boards' of Trade, Munici-.
J "' ",''"'\' 4%| J.Jt,1\ \.,.-, palities and Individuals ,
No. 4f6.-Nice little,, 'country home,
Insurance Agency consisting of five acres land, good new >
f I three-room cottage, barn and poultry GLENN REAGIN ADVERTISERS .
house. This property is only half I -
I I mile outside city limits, on )best! hard I
I mad in the .
county. Splendid place I
for poultry. Price $800. TAMPA FLORIDA a
i 3i -t( II. M. Breaker & Co. I II

Second Floor, Citizens Bank Building.We I William J. Brian. School Auditorium :'I 1 1 I I I II I I I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I I I II I I I 1 I I#I I I 1111111111 I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I IIII -

afleriuion of Friday Feb. 21. I
II I Grave Covers and Vaults
..-- - a Specialty ;

To the West i \V' IIrrJ: 15ROISTZE
Is the most enduring monument .. iai
make a specialty of City and Country ,

AVDNorthwest; made. Will not get moss-grown, *

Real Estate; call on us or write us and crack or crumble. Is more artistic .

.. and less
I I II expensive.
) !:.> _
explain what. you are looking for and it will .- titSEMINOLE .1. Write me and I will call. ."


be our pleasure to accomodate you. If you I LIMITED I II I I I I I I I I I''l I I I I I I I I I I I I I M, I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I | | | | | | t til

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have a place for sale or rent, l.\KlHHltnmiM Tampa. Fl.t. Fin A'"L In 1 no.25... a p inl. nil. t.r *.i'

11.\ utlatiilo. Fla. 1 3H p m

list it with us; we will also make rent collect- Arr I.\ .InrUhiinx Klii Fin n!6; on 4d( .p p in m

WH.MTOHH.. 'C..i: ,1\! 1(1( p mi $29.65 Washington D. C. .and Return
I i I. TV,' 1 '",n i .1.} C i ir. p i m ,
Arr Alliany. Ja 2 40 a m
ions taxes or attend to other details Arr Ain.-r.II-UM. UII. C of u. 3 SB a m I
pay I I.ln,' ,'UIII''UH.' Oil; 6 IS a m Account of
.\ "ipriiku.L.. ,i .,"' a mArr '
Iii riiilugi) aiii. All I IJ (15. .p in
connected with property; in Osceola County. Arr Jackson Ti-nn. 1 C 7 46 p m PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
I Arr )<'U It 011. Ky. 9 36 ir' m 'I
\rr Cnlrii.' I Ill 11 07 pArr m
('arl>oli HI. l.oulH. Mo 7. 20 a. inAir VIA
Our insurance department is cbpplete iVnlralla. Mo. I 43 u inArr d
; Mattooii. Ill :< :'Ml a m
j ji
. Arr Champaign. Ill '" 4 38 a mArr ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Kaiikakit. 111. t. 211 a 111Arr
why take chances on having a loss by fire ChlcuKo. 111. 7 .10( a n

MOI.II TllltOI till 111 \I'" Tickets Sold Feb. 28th. Mar. lit, 2nd and 3rd. Limit Mar. 10th.

-t t when it cost but little to be protected? (;Join pusd nf uliMcrvatloM lompaitiiiiiit
draw. lug room s.. thin d, .-phi\ K Extension of Limit to April I 10th may be arranged.
cars and free reclining nt.I I < Imlr' I

cars, between Jacksonville ami ,'hleao. STEEL PULLMAN CARS
and Jacksonville and l H<. L.ouls. All
D. G. Wagner meals In dlnliiK car. Parlor car Tampa r 1
Manager to Jacksonville.For .
For information, and reservations, call on
sleeping car r"K"r\allunK. or any

withA.additional Information; communicate W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent, Kissimmee Fla.

\". FRITOT D. P. A., Y. R. Beazley J. G. Kirkland (

13S Went Bay Ht.. Jacksonville. NI a. T. P. A. Tampa D. P. A. te1 '
J. O. KinkL.ANr\-i-: A.. A. c. T..
Hlllsboro Hotel Tampa Fla.
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1 'ltl FRIDAY' P'EBRUAR.Y'14, 113,

I", \, , = _._ ,I r-What I( If th.,difference betw'"u a f

CHILD WELFARE DAY Ida be and the same U hereby agreedto CAUGHT VIOLATING' prize ,fight 'and'our meat. ahopT

t ;and 'hall be submitted to the 'electors iffJoU I

c \4 ., of the state at the"greneral election STATE GAME LAWS .
.in 1914 for ,ratification or rejection .
: Sp ains.Bn wises| P"j'
r "
ISSUES PROCLAMATION (OF Section 1, of Article VI,of the Con- Ep DEER AFTER THE "art relieved of IoaA'at*once Un1m by an nt.appliedSon -Don't: ,, ':
DATE FOR CHILDREN. stitutio! ''Ot, the state of Florida is LEGAL LIMIT."Deputy""ShcriflrL.R. I rub, just lay on lightly. s sI

hereby amended so as to read as follow ---- Blnan'i LJiilniMit IIIM donG more ,;.
= = ' ---- ... : i 1 liuva 4vur tried
''' good tlian auytliluK
-- _
o:7= : jX'j _. .. ;
== .
'. = fur I,4II, Join W. _1 sot in. j luuiU Imi I yo
Governor Trammcll half officially Se onLE .err.person of the ; 1i'aTm -eamfl!=j 'badly. tlmt I hat to mop work rlJlllt tntku r 1
of deer l bu.lo4 l time of I liu yuar. ItluNghtat '
proclaimed that Monday, February ago of twenty-one! years-arid, upwardsthat down suddenly on a party lint. hat 1 wonM' liitv t<> 1"0 lily
d rMtl wse aside Child registration(; Saturday, after having takene head tuktin "ii', but 1 not a l.ntlieofbkMtn'i :
beset of ,
seventeenth, as shall, at the time hunters I Lliiliui'iil, Hiitlvurtxl( lily duo",.,"
Welfare l>ay' :a-day In which aver)" CiTa i 1tTi oiTllio United States, and notw-wf-their activities Jot several \YM.roa, wlla5Laaplurll.Ala. ,

citizen in Florida is asked to think of that shall have resided and' had a habitation days, and as a. result they will \be Good for Broken SinewsO. I U 353 -.t!,,

I the children of Florida and their wel- domicile, home and place of made to pay the penalty of hunting Cl, .'''NK", llrililwln 1 L. I.,, ritt' >.I 1 -=_. ..:I
-- 7\s! !pure, sweet and dainty as -"l IMMtlt Klo", ,'. l.llliltiallt, tot brukeuslneCSshove .
the name implies! trade from fare-for they arc the most precious permanent abode in Florida for one game out of season. tilt klttMl oepran'.at11ii I the prize fight you see rounds '
full Mild to, .iiiV "utl.ta" iu>ii "," '
', selected wheat; scientifically asset that Florida ha*-and should be year and' in the county forlix No remonstrance was made for able to> rtituuiu w'''i li In Itwa dual. three. of pound, but here you see. ,| 1 '
bandied producing a (Hour that in be deemed asked that a plea of guilty iroulu allot the.... ; '
'-- -- retains ALL ila\arand nutriciotisness -. _ afpgupded.and! protected. every months, shall in such county hunters! pounds

so bountifully supplied way. 1:[ 'd 1 a qu]'l'lor at" "elections he entered!, and they would pay the
by nalurc' There i is none SLOANSLINIMENT
v- teller-it costs no more-why The Children's Home Society ofhluiida 1 under tin* Constitution.. Male- und ti"",.

nol at least give it an Impatial 11 with hcadijuarteis 8t.lackson- I I fcinuUpersons' hall in nil lespectIM The' jiaity was composed of A. J. Porterhouse and

trial? Satisf.iclion t (guaran- ville is looking after the welfare] of ,. alike eliffilile to sole anal hold) ofli<-. Knight liruc.f Knight' and! J. Post, of

Iced, or money refunded. more homeless, neglected orphan ,and in the Stale
!YOUR GROCER 1I4S IT"TITLE abandoned children than all other thilidren's i i citizens' of the Fnited States at the Knight. John 'lark und! 11 II'. Childs, of Fine for Sprain Sirloin

homes' together. It iI i is s the onlySlate time of and l 1..f..l', i i-tfiM alum I -hull Kiirtnt.They were hunting in thelower Mn IlF- ( 81., rluliillnM., N..Aire -- "A KOrXO:; STEAK, I
O wide, undenominational chanty! produce to the irjri--liuti 9fra" Chit II ...nt lilnok. II. 11t1l 1.1, when
J Flonda. Its. woik supported entirely : nutuiali/'ution, or i a duly ..
in is I efMificate, ( of I Mill him lust I IIIKCI Mm. nut POHK STEAK.Th"I' .
I ( !I.;)' voluntaiy donations\ and i-i i c.Milled' cop Iher.uf.THOUSANDS lie-put I )' SheiilT:; Faimer ia hunter In a *,ark 1 H.pllml. hlnBir t.rklii< IJiilmnnt end,
four Cllo $ only limited by lack. of funds ,l'i;,",4 i himself, and has'pmliulily killed I more : 'I'.I l l SluMn't I was u 1114111 1 gad I.1UIluviit I-
." about the way they rank !
.,.. for I'.v ill these He
little <'hildn't. ,pioxided deer than ihiy man part-

I the Society lint yon oxer I I th tin hat, e OF ACRES bfli.'M's in a i rigid!: enforcement of the 50.Price. and 2k.$1.00! _- The mere mention of the abovechoice

been !leferied to theSoricly 1] :; for aid game lassand when he heard! FI i ,''"', B..ko..i.
.. . ..;... ruin should bring
already I this year- funds air neededat OPEN TO HOMESTEAD the puity he surmised that the: were .1..-'I ,,I '
,' 0''''''. Want you help celebrate after MMIISUII. The season closedIVlwuary I."lt". Itt ,uto.Adds. you here

Child: Welfare ]Hay' in Kloilda by .send ;, \ 1 and the deputy was determined I
rig' some money at onoe for this, great" : :, to bring action against them Ili.Earl. !I'OST HASTE!

work for the upbuilding of the future LAND OFFICE ISSUES CIRCULAR if he procured the evidence. Tina- SloanBo.ton. S. I II I flow Good; They'll Taste

I 1 I till'.ens of Flonda Every dollar forthcoming after several da> -, I"

'-21 will, help a whole\ lot. Perhaps cause a deer wa bugged! and l the |party -

you could take) a little "OY.OI' gill nr ,\rtlIKHMI.I.) Hi: OF :Ml'CII IXin.KSr :;- Blurted borne in automobileintent, RULL BASS

,,, baby into your" own home I Donation- getting there ill time to eii.| In'/ 1 K. V. :. 1 1 :: 10( M/ ,\NY:; WHO MAY upon
of monevhould sent to meat. It was then that th<.- drp! .
I ( 'ixington, Tieasiuer. JacksonvilleUoom ) ) -, THINKING: <<; TAKING<< :; ; \ i -MjrtT'clrTTm upon them and I i.m'I'i ,

li, lioaid of Tlitdr! Hldg Apjjhtation .- ; l
U> LANDS. tlic/ii I to confess up.
for children should be1 sentto '
- -
t M.iiru-. I Fagg Stale Supt, same A I'L.ITI'tIM.

addles-, Die woik i conducted Un-i' I Mr. Chunman and Fellow I iti/c, ''iI i.- U.S.A.
COMPANY tier the diiciUwii' l of thirty of the leading j am strapped' tight and fa_t to tin. DANCING CLASSES
t h" general l public, the United Statesand
)IMI-IIII--" ) njeti l, of Plurals I / -all do't' wheel of fortune and am at the hot- under di .c-tion. of
I office, located in this city hasssucd
Guarantees; the Tide' 'lo Lands, l nationale, used
ten hanlnb'' AbRtracls of little, homeless childien" 1'leusi- : 1 sure "go up' See" ... and cjurp .,
Prepares ( riving the number of acres of public id a-< ic> at night journeyed
-end > ouis' today./ J Jilli.ini 1 a candidate for < 'it.\ ( 'tart ii- Hltl.MFS:: 'S IIAI.I.lbnulav .
llu, la I hrv uscil -all whentiMthei
and a
of Title lo Timber I and in Florida subject to homestead' r ;)
-- ----- I ticket)
the hilc :'
man on piim.n\
and instructing those who are 10Ii ,' i'ol"lltlO"'" favored but if : I.vt: 7tHO: to HX)
C'oloni/alion 1'racls any wherein .luditnr'Iu : ing-i \ :
\\ J. School 1 i"1"1
:End desire a homestead how to und heie ia f. 'C -pln.t-i I H"ii nr.: mil on i>arfor the Irvst pUll of the hurHilav 1 \ 7:(>O to 8:111:: )
Florida. i iTitles i, ills allcrnoon of I'ndaj. Feb.. 21. I I
c.t....1. 'I'heincular Is a lengthy one. platform : t i I -..,v i ii 11 t KNTS; EAhiI'rival.
1 I am in favm, of gtttmg\ tleted i "I'TIH'Y -old their to W S; :\1 I
oxeiing all details, and will be mailed punt : .
'lions if desired'
"n-1riM" atI
FRANCHISE I : if I !'all. and of -p< nding' llic. |M'opli'smoney ,
$' EQUAL ::0 any ,person. interested upon requestlo I, 1'inkham this morning and left tin- -I i c ml ra4estM
I as fill as Nl lit 11 fjet: it nut afternoon for their lionn \Vii :
lion Ileniy S. Chubb, register, or "- in
1 to City Lots LEAGUE IS Hon. Shields Warren receiver UnitedStates I (if them and getting \ti > gootl thing uri-in l J

.\ KXAMINKU I'HOMPTLY. ACTIVEI, land office, Gainesville. We fun in J't'lul'n.

I I There are left subject. to homestead I I I favor givini,; non-i t.sidents and
t, -- VMKNDMKXT; :; :; FOR Sl'FFRAGK' OF 238,87'2:! acres., divided in .counties as non-taxpayers' all the officewe can I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M-+++++ 1 ttll > MtlMIIMIII I I IMI I I

I WOMEN; TO BE PROPOSED) AT follows: with the hope of making uti/cns of

LEWIS O'BRYAX, :Manager, ; NEXT:; LEGISLATURE Acre.s them.
I County:

KisHimmee Office. I Alachua h _n U h _ ... _ :'..i'.KJIHaker ( I favor the election of a tax assessor -

The Valley Gazette has received nh n _ _ . _ /hell(;( thereby removing temptation We Are Glad to Announce
1, from the Equal Franchise League oft| Bradford... _ d UH 1.17K from the ("ouncil.
/_ _ '. I favor a dog law so. rigid) that themangy iifPhont
Florida a copy of a constitutional Brevard __- . .j1.H! IOI< and that to mote into our
y Head Office: Bisbee Building 1,1 ': (It) our man friends customers we expect
amendment that will be proposed at \ Calhun uuuu _ _ n :2K(>O' mongrels will fly away to "the
Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches:
the next session of the legislature, Citrus _ _ _ ::tl
Kissimmee, Fla., Fort !Myers, I as follows: Clay h. _ '.'u.. n_ _ :ifHX will howl a happy doggerel to the New Store No. 310 Broadway

Fla., Arcadia Fla. I Lie it resolved by the Legislature of I' Columbia UhUhhnH SOI ',loving{ master who thinks enough of : ,

I II the State of Florida: DeSoto u_ _U n __ ___ n ___ "_,101 him to keep him in his own territory.I next Meek and incite 'to visit. i us and see our display of the largeststuck
I favor furnishing chairman of .
I That the following amendment to Ouval Uh _ _ ___ ____ :22GEscambia I the sanitary ( street) committee with t! of

the Constitution of the State of Flor- .. _ _ _ h_ _ __ 1,39:1: : I a miniature garbage can /badge to be

-I Gadsden ___n_____ ____n_ lf>95 worn on his lapel-only as a re- t House
minder.I Furniture and Furnishings [
POULTRY Hamilton _____uu _-u____ 576 1
PURE BRED favor a city dock, bathing houses,
Hrnando ......_____. ___ 1,259
Get the HabitSMOKE u dancing pavilion, council chamber! i | between Jacksonville and Tam pa and make\ any suggestions to ..
Ilillsboro ..,. ??*,?.."'..,..,.__.. 80 cigars and fish stand, as early as we l I the bent arrangement the u to<'k. It will pay you to get our

Breeders of highest type Black Holmes. ----..'4- .. *\.-.'!.#*' nj.J.: 151 can creditably build it, without A. C. '. ', prices before buying elsewhere.Kissimmee.

Minorca, White Leghorns, Cornish Jackson ___________::.1______ 307 I L. interference. ,
: Boone's StraightMade I favor a downward revision of the
Game, White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds. Jefferson __. _ __ 10
uun tariff. We cannot stand high tax
Japanese Silkies White Muscovy and __ I as
I i,. Mallard Ducks. High class breeding in KiBsimmee Lafayette _ n _s_ u. u __ n S.064 ation as a manufacturing city, for '

') stock; Day old Chicks; Eggs. Correspondence Lake . _ . n_ _ _ _ n 2i,920( : the simple reason that the incoming Furniture Co. .

:'J solicited. Everything The Cigar with the Real Taste Lee _- __ U _ _ __ u_ _ _ __ 21,738:! funds are not as evenly distributed

;1; absolutely guaranteed as represented Box trade solicited I Leon ____ __n u _n _- __ __ 160 throughout the year hpnWi here as in a 52
manufacturing, are
: refunded. I up
; or
money Look for Union Label. Levy ____ u __ __ ___ _ __ -- 5,107 against a season of depression and

./ THE OAKS POULTRY FARM I Liberty u__ ___ _ n_ u__ u 832 ':, one of ..oppression.
I favor the abolition of liv-
Madison HhhUU _ __ h 756 negro 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
r. ing within ten city block of a white
; NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA Manatee __ _,_ 1.900
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.t 2-1St Sprigg Fleming! Marion u__ u _u n h U h 10,7f.O I[ I favor charging "special detective

Monroe nun n __ 2,48t\ service" for other than murder and j
: -<"'...:-:+)o:04 arson, to the police force.
: up
, Nassau __ __Un __ _ u.n 530:
CLEANING Orange .. _ _ __ _ ( I I I favor the establishment of a port-
PRESSING able city fruit stand to be operatedby \ kiSSIMMEE;
FOR SALE !J Oseeola. n h_ _ _. . _ _ 1,205 the superintendent of ditches and .f

DYEING u4 Palm Bach __' -- __ uu 1,880 bridges and the employment of a '

\ Pasco __ _ __ 440 bucket brigade to bail the water off Oldest Bank in Osceola County
.... **". REPAIRINGLeave unuuu the brick streets and
Polk _ _ carry it to the
FARM hu __hu i>,750Putam
lake. : Depository For
I __ __ __ ____ _ _ ._ _ 3,828St. I favor the''
word Pt my house and clothes planting sperm whale in irni: >> sr\-iis <.<>\ KII \MK.\T; IOHT.I.INC.H KLM
: and Orange Grove will be cH/ed lor and returned. Johns Uh _ __ _ __ 4,175St. big ditch and yams in the spring for "'1'1'1': OK Kl.01111)4.

-' Lucie _ _ __ _U _ . 2,102 1 Yours truly, I OLI.NTY' OK OS IOOI.A (111 (K KIMSIMMKK.

v k 300 Grapefruit and Orange trees, Satisfaction Guaranteed Santa Rosa . ._ u _ 1,487 SAP HEAD.

). 70 bearing; 25 Acres Cleared, 40 I I Sumpter . . .. . 480 Capital Stock Fully Paid ____ _ ___ __ _ __ _ __ ___ _____$50.000.00

|6f, Acres Good Pine Land, on North Shore Suwanee _ __ ._ 440 William J. lirjnn School Audilor-' Surplus _____ ___ _ __ __ _ _ _______: __ __ ___ _ ______ 30000.00

of East Lake Tohopekaliga. in View ..., i ium afternoon! of Friday. Feb. 21. Stockholdcrs' Labihly ___ ___ nu _ :._ ___ _ __ ___ 50000.00
: of St. Cloud Fla. Taylor u ___ __ _ 2,920Volusia :
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D. S. AUSTIN ; :; I IN J'l'TSt. :;
\ Real Estate Agency. I Walton _ uu :i.40: : SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.C. .

ft: i NARCOOSSEE, FLA. 4 ....................a.......... Washington / _ _'h K.,880: ( Arriving. Augustine here Recoil last evening of Thursday,1. 'R I ) A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B. Canon, I

; I'rc-ildi-nt. Vic President, 2nd Vl I Cashier
Realty bought and sold. > Total . . ___ 238,872:! Carver and W. W. Filling completeda

4 Houses rented. I> seven bundled and liftv' mile trip ill ..- <> .

f Taxes paid and Titles verified p I I William J. BO an, School Auditorium a little flat 'punt sixteen feet long

For Reliable Bakery f for non-residents. I> afternoon of Friday Feb. 21. They made the trip, from" Kissimmeein

''w Fire, Life and Accident In .. the .boat following. the route
surance. II'f No. 464.-It certainly la
exasperating :
Products to through the Kissimmee river, a go
Indemnity Bonds. to see an opportunity of making
of lakes.
big, quick money and then be touching Lake Okeechohec
"nUl' __ pot
J. H. Reed's '''''F_ --_--_ _--A I able to take hold of it. We can't and then to the
_ ,I buy all the good things we see, and we canal. The remainder of the
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trip was via the inlahd
HomeBakery our friends.! Here's a sure one- .
113:! acres all platted an 1 ready for through the Indian and 1 Halifax .

i DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH sale in five and ten acre tracts, loca- rivers, the canal cut and the Matan/as l
l I ted within 1 Vi miles of ;
our passenger bay. Both are from Wisn"inIr.; .
depot, on and in close proximity to
--- ----- - - the best hard road in Osceola .county... Carver's. home being: at Blue River Grocere

STECIALIST IN We are offering the tract in a bodyat and Mr. Tilling hailing from Kic-hland

'S CHRONIC DISEASES a very attractive price. No fur- Center.

ther expense necessary to place it o 1 They left Kissimmee in Novemberon
_. __ h the market in small tracts. See us.
r I 'LfM r.. CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE 24-tf H. M. Breaker & Co. a hunting and fishing trip in the Get our price on
TOMATO PLANTS. little punt, carrying with thorn cooking
I hall have everat million KISSIMMEE/ FLA. -
; I alon'. New Globe tomato plant Llvlng-for TUESOA VS. THURSDA VB,SA TUffOA YS Did, you ever meet the man who ( utensils and a camping outfit. HAY GRAIN FEED ?
; -!. ready about Feb. 1.U takes ,
Pries 11.60per much of
'-! thousand. $1.40 for 10.000 lot. and OFF CE:, CENTRAL HOTEL up so your time in They say the country they passed ,

.-.' pu. I am also headquarter for await picturing to you the things he is going through is teeming with game and which make
we a specialtyH .
potato illpa. Write for
J. J. .... DAVIS BAHTOW catalocu.JTI-A. PHONE 269 ORLANDO, FLA. I to do that he never has time to do fishing was fine. They encountered I rs

'.1 L 4.6aa them ? rough weather on Lake Tohopekaliga, .

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F'upnitureSaleI: '"I WAS RECOGNIZED t, -.,. . . Comparative -, _: ,

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M.lcom"N. a pioneer ,

The i BY. DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS died citizen suddenly of the Shingle.Sunday Creek evening district: at 10.,, ," '' t7i. '..: :
Waring T radingCo. WHILE"'COLr WAILES' FOUGHT Food . '
o' lock;hla death being due toan. -at- -of' >....w :
RECOGNITION: ( OF. FLOR tack of heart failure. 11 ;
IDA'S INDIAN WAR CLAIM. Mr. Overstreet was born In Emanuel I .
I county, Ga., in May 18J50, and r
+ order to secure needed room for their Hardware and Builder; *' Supplies. we I came to Florida in his boyhood; he i I Made with dillerent Baking Powders
had lived in this state 52 years of his J
.wifl pot on .sale! their entire stock of Furniture and Hoasefnrnishinfs.A : In the last Issue the Valley Gazette life and for 22 years at the place occupied -1 i :
printed an editorial on the Walles I I by him at the time Of his death. I From-d Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: :
Florida, in
claim against the State He was one of the foremost citizensof I b '
which It was shown that Col.the Wailes State the county, having served several I An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made '
bound in honor to
.. the was full amount of his pay,commission on otherwise terms as established county commissioner himself in and the I with each of three different kinds.of baking powder- '

the million and eighty-nine thousand confidence and esteem of his com- : cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum-and submitted ;

Reduction of 30 Per dollars government that through was collected his efforts from and the munity.. lIe and wall business a successful man, and husbandman his- I'{ separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each ,' "' '

turned into the State treasury. The farm and grove comprised: one of the for the same length of time. ,

following correspondence will throw show places of the county. His Influence The relative percentage of the food digested is ,, u t, p
Cent. I additional light on the subject: i for /good was firm and of a positive -
Will Be Made
Wailes Bore the Expense. I aualitv.TIIe was steward of the shown as follows: ri ..t
Shingle Creek Methodist; churchfor I 4
"Jacksonville, Fla., April 12, 1909.
thirty and superintendent 1
years made with
W. Gilchrist, Bread
"II is Excellency, Albert
of the Sunday school for al I
From This Date. Governor. of Florida, Tallahassee, quarter of a century. lie was i Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: J ,
probably the most active factor in
"My Dear Friendlike: many been church affairs of the community for J| 100 Per Cent Digested I t i ' 3't
others of friends, have
your a long term of years, being earnestin .
somewhat surprised at a report thatis the work and sincere in his deI I
going around the country that you I votions.Mr. Bread made with

This store U absolutely new. The prices are plainly marked. You can would ing Col.oppose S. I. the Wailes'Legislature claim for grant-services years. ago Overstreet to Miss was Rebecca married Bronson 40, I' phosphate powder::

30 lie dollar here. to be referred to one of our of Marion county.Mr. J| 681/ Per Cent. Digested |I 'L
are cent on ( by buying state courts for adjudication. Overstreet was the father of
"Personally, I happen to know a eight children and is survived by I
All oar Furniture was bought direct from the factory! We first rive you. great deal regarding this claim, hav- I seven and by his wife. One of his Bread made with ",
ing been a close friend of Governor sons, W. E. Overstreet, met his death I II
t the saving of a middleman's profit and now we aye you 30 per cent more. Drew, and being with him, both in j several months ago by falling from' alum powder:
I New York and Washington at the la I II I( train. The shock and the bereave- .I'
time he made'the contract and agreement ment caused him by this accident hada I | 67s?* Per Cent. Digested | ,
o I I Col\ Wailes in fact he \
; telling effect upon him, though he l-
("often consulted me about what he did, was in as good health as he had beenI reliable and I'I
I having been one of the first, if not I for a year up to the hour of death lie These tests, which are absolutely I
We hare a large and complete stock of the best furniture. We have the first, man to urge him to run for was in Kissimmee Saturday, and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importanceto

decided to discontinue this department. It awaits your inspection. We have governor at the time in 187 that(;. the He State stated had to me no \ spent home Sunday the day sitting with his up until family about at i i everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of rt '

anything might want WHY PAY OUT DOLLARS WHEN SEVENTY money and that he was about to contract 9 o'clock. Shortly after he retired | tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges- ; ,
you I with Col\ Wailes-at Wailes' I he was seized: with the attack which tible,while the alum and phosphate powders are foundto r. r-

CENTS WILL BUY AS MUCH? I own war claim exppn\e--to which collect could only the be Indian done ended brother his and life.his George wife were Overstreet with him his I'I largely retard the digestion of the food made from f

.._ I hy getting 1 up all evidence .and papers when he was taken ill. His brother I them. l i

-r- - 1 I !1+ +++ + +c.++ +++...... I !hum before> and th- 'that officials this would had to pass be done the he suggested replied sending by saying?fora that physician he didn't, but I I : Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it ,)I" '
FIRST CLASS BARBERS before (ongress would make an ap- expect to live but a short time and it is the source of very many bodily ailments. ." 'I' n, I
If you want a !* propi latiooii At the same time he would not be worth while to send for l J ri
stated that the State would be out do . ., '
a (tor The brother started for a ;
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BARGAIN man .:> 1H Broadway nothing: if they failed to obtain it, neighbor's house however, to get assistance ..- P' '' "Y, ("'
.. hence I In- would' 1 contract'to pay Wailes : but before he returned the 'n e S
<:- of friends and relatives
: CIGARSTOB.1000. KIC sioner, George W. Overstreet, a member congregation: j
ORANGE GROVE .:. Under New ManagementJohnWhlt3&Co <:- a commissionailcs'. end came of the present Board of County filled the church and attended the Interment 94't't
-> 4404GO + G044 + 48dba \\ lleaKxprndiluroH.. The children ! or land to grcm. i are Mrs. Priscilla Austin: John I.OverMreet .. The bearers M. ,
"Often< ) my old comrade General and WSJ. Overstreet, of New York. cemetery. pall were "f 1 r
Bullock hus told me of the work of 1 II.! R. Overstroet, Mrs H. I The latter was the only member of the Katz, N. C. Bryan, II. C. Stanford, B. 'I'
Oranges and I ('ol. Walles in this case, and the II. Molhster, of Bowling Green Fla., immediate family who was not present J. O'Quinn, S. L. Lupfer and W. C.
L. E Overstreet, George M. Over-
1887 1 heavy oxp"Miditurp8 he knew Walles at the funeral which was held Bass. '
Established street and Mrs. Ruth Patrick. lie is
. lei wax making I believe if you will from the Shingle Creek Methodist The floral offerings were beautifuland t
Grapefruit--- \
., Hlghctt marketPrlca( paid survived by three sisters, Mrs. Stuartliner i church The i
read l the services
i carefully evidence taken by morning.
Mrs. G. J. Yates and Mrs lIen- numerous. One of the most elaborate ',
.,::Ir;r. FURSand I the Senate (committee with Mr Blount I were conducted by Rev. J. D. Sibert, "
BUCKELSl HIDES.WOOL. u- i ehnirman 'and also the ovidenceContinued ry Lightsey the last mentined of Bar- i pastor of the Kissimmee Methodist and lovely was a huge anchor e ?
4 tow; and by four brothers, E. L. D. church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Austin, I made of lilies, sent by the Shingle' T' fi
J ,. ( on page 8)) Overstreet! former commis- f t1r
r I 'r"1- lull county son-in-law of the deceased. A large Creek Sunday school. I IH frj

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3,000 Acres of Excellent Farming and Grazing Land 's.

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', Land on Lake. Kissimmee, Osceola County, Fla. ,

v Five Miles of Lake Front. Good Water Transportation

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:The Kissimmee; Valley Gazette for'entire a protection: of hi. own interest. {CALOMELJS; UNSAFE Monday evening at '1:30.Miss Nunn .the State .division; of the .United Wei have fire and ten-acre tracts in '/ 'r

A ,. ,! in that Industry. will deliver an addresa"ori;"the"WdrkT at 'Dau terll"f the Confederacy spent Liberty. Park, the moat desirable!? su.. iH

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYOffice 'The Gazette does not wish to be Sells Dodson'nLiver the Christian church. She is a gift Saturday and Sunday in Kissimmee, burban property on the market, which )i
in Valley Gazette BUIlding misunderstood in its contention for an.bonesjMrevisionofthelariiT Local Druggist Who I ed speaker, and will entertain her audience. -j as the guest at the home of Mr. and I I we are offering for your consideration It.i ;.

..KISSIMMEE OSCEOLA. QUti'Y.. We are Tone Guarantees It to Take The public generally is In- Mrs. C. A. Carson. Sister Carlotta i at prices that am attractive. W* '. '
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FLORIDA. much opposed having any' ] ; -v - 1 ,- tracts to. j
just as I =
; ."_ .y" ___ _ l 1I I at the Chapter House Saturday after ; prospective purchaser at any tim jjjjlDo :
Florida industry crippled as anyone .
':W.. B. HARRIS .. Publisher. could be, but if we are going in to your liver is not working 'just J. II. Wood arrived in last I noon. v I I IS i riot fall to see this property before 1

J. II. REESE! Editor fight for a protective tariff, let us, for right, you do not need to take a week fromOblong, 111.] to spend several I I purchasing, aa it has the advantages
---- the sakeof ,consistency. relinquish chance on getting' knocked out by a weeks and is quartered at Mrs.Kulp's j -w t SALE. of. being close in and on the very best
of on Church street. Mr. Wood "Three-fourths interest in- the' Dixie I paved road in the county convenient' I
All communications except from our demands that the industries dose of calomel. Go to the Kissimmee 'I ,
4 authorized( correspondents, must other States ..shall bear the burden 'of. Drug Co., who sells Dodson's Liver is president of the Oil Belt National Theater, a well equipped, paying, moving Xo the city, school and churches., Ifly.' ,
be our signed by the writer. the proposed reductions.: I Tone, and. pay 60 cents for a large Bank, of Oblong and is delighted with I' I picture show. See George Nikilis, I acre tracts $2:!fiO and $300. '
Kissimmee as a winter resort., at the theater. 8tf. 24 tf. H.,M. BREAKER ,
------ ---- If .our people will make a searching bottle. You will get a harmless I &; C() "".

c Rejected matter will not be returned effort to find' the basis' of their inability vegetable remedy that will start your Mrs. B. M. Hall, of Sarasota, has j i S -- -------rr
to their' products in the I liver without violence, and if it does
unless called for. put taken charge of the Western Union
-- .--- -----'--..--- .-. markets\ in competition with like pro- notClve/ complete satisfaction the Telegraph Co.'s office at Kissimmee, I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 4
Entered at the Postofflce in Kis- ductVfrom. other" lands They Will find I druggist/ will\ refund your money with I succeeding Mrs. F. E. Denig, who has 't

itnmce, Flu., as second-clash mail I that an equalization I of freight/ rates a smile.If filled the position for some time. Mrs.

matter. i is the s..IIII..n. of the )>l'ol1ll.m." you buy a bottle of Dodson'sI Hall is being assisted by Mrs. F. S. \Vliertas. Thomas Jefferson. tile Father uudDemocracy Patron Saint of Modern j
The t transportation, I companies I are I I Liver Tone for yourself or your children I Key. .
I very glad! 1o divert the attention of',, you have insured ;your family lips said : "
the produce rs and the consumers from i j I relief from attacks of constipation, I A box social is to be given tonight "TI...- p.ohlbluve. U.IIICH. w !lay ou all art Iclos of forelun manufacture, '

KISSIM.MKK: : WIU- HAVE FOUR t the real] cause I'hey all cry, "Look to biliousness, lazy liver and headache. I at Milliard's school house, bythe which priKlnuirepilie.14 UK to I'Mlalolil. at home wllli I Hie patriotic determination J
I DA'iS OF CIIAVTAUQl'ATHK : the tardY" and, here we go' hellerskelter II is as beneficial and safe for children !, Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor
I I'EOl'LK SHOULD SITPOKT ; ,'llIInorlllfor/ )protection, forgetful as for adults. A bottle of Dod- Society of Union Center .school house. ol every Rood iltUeii to use 110 foreign article which can bff j\\

TIIK: KNTKKI'KISK.! / I of our I pledges, !, us I Democrats) son's Liver Tone is something every j I An interesting program has been arranged made within ournehes, w llhoui I rcKard: ( I to .llffeience of price secures. *!;

I____ and! overlookiig I I the cormorant I that is. I! man or woman should keep in the I and a cordial invitation is extended against\ a relapse Into (loieiKii d,>pi1ii. <.U.Jwfr. :: f

KISSIMMKK IS TO HAVK: four gnawing' at the very vitals of our in- i i house.' Your money is safe because to all who may care to attend And, whereas the I Ueinociallc 1 1 pally) IMS. In Its. platform on which tJ.
dustries.Isn't you can return the bottle if it failsto .
days of Clmut.uiqun, (beerintnnir Wed1nesday I it 'the right time now, standing satisfy. Advt. j platfonn we haveol, ,'d. winked 'lor, ami l .Ice'led the Incoming Congress

und continuing t I I I I through' Sat- upon the) I threshold. of the first I The Osceola Hardware Co. held its utuJ udinlnistruilun ol the \toiled Stales, slated that (the present tariff :
relay. Considerable wo'' k and money Democratic I administration for a /generation 1 William J. Bryan. School Auditorium annual meeting Tuesday, and elected \% liS "...."'all)' oljiinNluii.s In that
will (be reiguiicd to put the enterprise' ; for us \to take an Inventorv'of the same directors, as follows : C. A. "
It afternoon Friday Feb. 21. I I Tinier\ Us operation\ 11...- American farmer and l laboring man are
through successfully wav 'ui < I
1"1 I mr political, stock, and proceed( Carson, N. B. Carson II. C. Stanford, I ;
taken without hop| ,-* of indivulual( ; gaul, with that honesty and deliberation' ---- I Roma Thomas and M. J. Hicks. N. i the chief IIlItY"I era It I iiiiseH the ccml of ( lie necemdlies of life to them, I

and those" who have taken an interest plighted by I the; party in national 1 B. Carson was elected president, succeeding but ,10"'" not prole( t I ilmr pr' ...lucl I i or We recognize that

hope in !4 of have rpwaid g-ixen, save their thai,'lTortit which. Iunjt may council a-M-mbled-- ? r r LOCAL OVERFLOW 1 secretary C., and A. Carson S. L. Lupfer; II. C. Stanford our ,,) i'teIli of tariff lazes Is Iii I ililati ly wiinjx< onii<-rtc l with tho business of t-l

cdme t to *the community t I in t the way of LI- 1 manager. the c-ounliy. and we fa\or the ultimate attainment of tlie principles we .
The company has had a successful
intellectual ph lI"urt' and hci-elils. I I' advocate 1 II)' leRislallon t Hun will not Injure legitimate indui-
IF i E\ Eln BUll WANTS) TOMIM year and a satisfactory dividend was or destroy .J;
For this leit-on it should, hiHI IKTously William J. Ilrjan, School Auditorium .
\ :;: II THE I CONSTITUTIONTHERE : : declared. try. jAII.I.

it ''should supported.l I" attt ndcd if- found in> why tl... I; :MUST i I :; HE SOME: :- aflernoon of Friday Feb. 21. i wlxieaH, I the I Honorable I. Oscar \V. Underwood, of A I ii lull lila, the- if

unusual merit ,.f'lhe f attiattions I s 1 of.f..n.d. I '1'11ITin: ; ,; :MATTER WITH i 1 Alfred] A. Tano spent Monday in high pilcM\ of modem 1 11"III""la. ) whom I tin. people ol K.nnda' did the ',i

A claiuc at the program i I' IT. Tampa. YOUNG GROVE ; honor to prefer .by their votes us I Ih.-li. candidale for I lie presIdency of '
enough/ to -u-tnin tin-- -tutcni" < ut. I [
Ihr I'nllt.oHates/ on HUB, I iwniocruiic plalfoi, and,! w ho IB the accepted
There still, 1 the I
is I another reason "aine E.: I. Lesley was among the Kissimmee i "
bl.inIhal/ if Kis, "inimee' get the IT WAS TO) HE EXPECTED I P that visitors to Tampa Monday. I l.-adi-r of the 1 Democratic ;party III I tin, I lloudi. of Ucpicnentallves, and

I ehautauqua habit it\ will' b,. a /gixxltFing > there would l be opposition to the For Quick Sale at .11.' ( 'Into loan ol Ihe poweifulVa.nand \1. MM (ComnuUee of the House
i / for the town.' It is a safe movement to hold a constitutionalconvention. i i W.. M. Moseley] of Gotha, was greeting ,
c hazard mat the town supporting a I It will be no surprise to his many friends in Kissimmeelast of HI.V..IIII1I1H.H. lias slai.-d! Dial Inis in lavor of a pelltlve' tariff" 1.

It is invariably I flip" rule that the IIHUtauijua to prevent t the passage/ of a resolution | II I In speaking: for his patt > -
4 submitting/ matter to the people] i I' A. Vans Agnew went to Tampa
town .is: a live town. I If the I -Ue aie In favor, of a lailff Ihul Is |l'e\ led for ie\ ('flhl"' only which.
chautauqua course is well supported and that t the light/ will I be taken to the Sunday afternoon and returned Monday .
this yr) it should l lead to the organization people if the resolution is pasM" !. evening. Ten acres, one year old I choice I \ varie-i I definitely excludes the, nl.-a of protecting the manufacturer' profit.

of a chautauqua association I I It is not 'necessary to forecast upon I ties Grapefruit; and Oranges./ I I'each This doesn't utility that o e are In l.i\oi, of rushing lulu fre-e trade ;
what the will he :Mrs. Ilennie Lightsey, of Bartow, !
I to make it an institution instead /grounds fight cast, I was in the city this week to attend, ': trees between the citrus trees these conditions or of beinB MI i iadi< al III our legislation: tit lo .njnre legitimate ,
I for there are several possibilities. It
of an innovation.t - - . .;. .- I may be suggested/ / l that the contest i the funeral of her brother, M. N. will I pay for the /{ro111 i four yea is.I :' ijusincbB' hilt we In mi-all. thai, <-\"< liislon, and < laws benefits, are

I may center' about I the prohibition ques1 Overstreet.) I Has had! expert care fiom, clearing\ of pant and that the period .ol. hmu'si 1 competliion} is here. Where you

I :TilE GOVERNOR; ) ; : HAS SKTAPART 1''litin. If the} constitution is made'over ;Mrs. S. .1. Triplet. of Narcoossee, Utnd I to present, I time i make your tariff rates balance the difference ,in cost at home and

: A OHM! WELFARE there will be a light to put a accornpani-d 1 by h/u'"I./ Mrs. I Hoffman abroad. ,including, an allowance, for the difference, in freight' rate, and stop
aiticlc and
there will
piobibition in it. I also offer fouileen all
? DAY) AM) .\ GAl'VA DAY) j be u tight on the part, of t the localto of Newport; News Va., spent I!' acies pie-' there, the tariff will, be competitive, : it will' permit' the growth of free
I' Tuesday in the city. pared l and ready for planting /glove.' ) "
FOR TilE PEOIM.K: TO Oil- oIIOIHls! keep the local option competition
SERVE. option article ,intact. So, it is not .1. .1. Whidden a prominent livery I! Lakfiont: with grove" of largi- live And. whi' ih" i "M, .ol, labor to produce and tian-pcutation to deliverto

i to be assumed I for a moment that t heNtw of For.t11'adl': I i oaks fot bUlldlll'II./ 'In plain, ,. ,,, ,,,,
several Kloi'nl.i
man spent t id 1 1) .t|.t'a \ : |k i n i ii II "II", !I" m:'atr> than the coat
GOVERNOR( 1'ARK TRAMMELI.: I i : : Constitution League' is /going toSU day* looking after business, matters view u of Kissimmee I'oi 'HI"| I bj, ,
nf l.ilmr
to .produce '1h.' '
,ie a new constitution without' Kissimmee im.l H.iii.-pni' Ml ion to ii.I 11\1< ( itrus fruits In
has designated February fifteenth in last week. ovv ? ,
/ as
some difficulties.Opposition 111'1'I I ::\i'u Voik' I City. wliUli ar.- gu": II in various, foreign; i ounlrlcsnotably
Guava Day and February seventeentha I
4 Child Welfare Day for; t the; peopleof I been i I sounded this i ,early and I it comes of the Eastern Star Thursday ,
1 Florida to observe.The. I ( III pii'ieni' LIMIT on cltiii-t Hulls lallH i-ntuclv) wjllini the. de
ui from that leaves little doubt "l'nin"eeauJe of the ,
a source" ( \ / Chautauqua.Members .
Guava; I id..uas stalled J. E. Mattocks.
Day I of the quarter from which the opposition ; will please take notice. [ ( land i I prim 'ipli-8 of 'ilif lii-uioi. i.itir par > II ( )lie mailer\ of the tariff, ash '
e the Times the of
by Tampa interest
will tire its ammunition,. ..'r<. i nl I.''loM tjnoUil' !to. n I I hi-i t'fitr. ,I
V the Governor being solicited.! The ,I. W. Miller, C. S. Acree and John KISSIMMEE FLA. .
Tunes Union ThatI'pat and"od" ,
idea is to bring/ the attention of consumers / tndvrson in this 1I.( "h Pit 'I 1 hut w.' tinrioilda' ( '11111' ,Kxjhaiige; a lion profit' co opera- ; }
are Tampa
journal that it will be
to the merits of opineh wl''k.1 11\ ,' I biolln-i,' hood, of iln> ,
/guave i Iro.du..tIi a pretty mess by the time it is finish-i having l been drawn to serve as .itrnw glowers: "if l-'lorldii. ri-iren| ,'iilln ( all IndnMi V, :1
:. : The /gauva has been called the [led j -and there is no doubt that this from Osceola county in United States ? > upon', tthnh dependent,! an nrim of on- Inindiril; '' llioimind, 'lt'0 -T: :)1
,: with poor such man's readiness fruit because and prodigality it grows is true. Hut everybody isn't /going ( 'ourt. I eVv I pie., and 1 Jin linestiiii nl? of liii,' hundred' nnlli, II dillaidcnuim, "! 'that "
I 1
in to tinker with the sacred instrument 1 the |'m'S' nt ?tiiilff; on "citriiH rllll Is !It" '
; Florida. It is hardy and requires :Mrs. J. K. Milliard who has been HIM hanged and a. li'i'l'T' |I" ''dg< ,:
and the times I
no attention to speak of, and yet the competent surely to write can produce the fundamental m..nas quite ill at the home of her daughter -i 0111"\1"u unit!, proliitxf I Dial those lnt,Mft" >"lid III. and d. l Ii -nd"" nt upon' tliecltint. ,"
'; products of the /guava particularly Mrs.\ II. C'. Lightsey in this (city we '1 the ,
law as those of past /genera- 'iiidusiiy of Htaliol ,Klornla? will work with heart l.>dy. soul] and >
the jelly are most delicate and high is I: ,
are glad to state now much im- .
if lion!I. It is. to the W mind to pie\enl! I the 'le election of "
approach I
1' priced. This last condition is brought' proper ; proved. an\ senator: or number of i i"ngr: ''B8 of ,
about undoubtedly through the circumstance task with all due deliberation hut we -- m. 'the fulled :Stall's from Ih,' taof Floldaho votes. far any tariff' bill ..

fi that only a .small portion fail to see why we should go about i j W. C. Gilbert, local passenger agent > whuli will reduce tin-. tariff /
it with and I X piem-nt' on rums Eu uuit. anil that though
i of the guavas grown are manufactured quakes quibbles. Let'sup for the A. C. L., killed seventeen | 1 i"
and this is where the Times' idea and do it and be done with it, ducks in two shots, while hunting H we liui'.t' loug and faithfully' 1 supported' \ ( he Democratic jiart)'. If the v.i'

if we have to, and if it isn't done down the I Democratic party through Its representatives' Congress ,1
comes in: create a demand for the lake with Capt. R. G. Can- C In passes a bill :

I, guava., and i it will be a source of right then do it. over again. ova, one day last week.II mj reducing the tariff on citrus fruits to a point that Is not "competitive," S :.t

,. wealth to Florida. We know of its Willinm ttk ;;U 1n that It does not "balance the difference In costS l at home and abroad J
virtues but the world at large"doesn't J. Bryan School Auditor. II. Hunter, an experienced pharmacist j J. ;
S ,
.J know; propagate the guava propa. ium, afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. from Conyers, Ga., has takena \ '{ Including an allowancefor the difference! In freight rates"; that we will

ganda, ,-nd start something. '-- 4 p'dsition at the Osceola Pharmacy, ,t, ',,' .',_, .h...\., ..,...".'I'.1i. \' repudiate the action, of such party and will pledge ourselves to the support ',
Of different succeeding J. C. Moore, who is on a of party that/ will
I quite a character is the JUDGE PARKER WITHDRAWS.On a so protect our homes our industries and our "
day designated the Governor i visit to the East Coast. A fine new Powers 6-A machinehas
as account of business' engagementsI / I UNC-S final tin' dlHiistioiia) Influence' of Imported products. which '

., Child Welfare Day. Upon the suggestion have decided to withdraw as a candidate A special meeting of the W. C. T. | been installed in the Dixie lids anlaigely] / dependent, 'In tln-li) production' on Ihe
the pauper
of the American of Theater and
Congress as a
for consequence
Mayor, thanking/ friends I U. i is, called for Friday Feb. 21st., 3 i for'l"h i lands und !in. It furtherUcHuhed. prod'j''j'I
Mothers was this thought brought to for their hearty support. pictures are all life-size and brighterand I
I m., at the Chapter House. :
the Governor's' mind. The seven GEO. F. PARKER. p.member is urged to make definite clearer than ever before, all of ) i. That copies of this letiolullon, he sent to the Senators
teenth is named for the people to especially I which is being: appreciated by the :MeinbeiH, of
Congress from the
I Stale' ,
plans to be present, as a matter of im- > of Florida. In onler, that they may i
consider the welfare of the of this theater is
portance is to be considered.E. I patrons popular as b<. alI"d, of this action and Intention 'J
I on our part and 1 !"' It further
children. There are some who give I shown by the increasing attendance.This \ 1

,"P. especial thought to this subject every HallofFame A. McKoy and A, C. Symmes, machine combines all the very Resolved. That n mass meeting\ / of those Interested' In the citrus industry ::1 ,

; day of the year but there are many president and treasurer respectivelyof i latest improvements so that there is of Florida] be called, to convene at Tampa. Kin on the 17th day '

who do not. Everybody should do the McKoy Land Co., are in the city I no flicker, but projects upon the of API 'II. I 113.!'I : for tinpurpose of dim-nosing/ I lie-Be \D.t1'rse..nd arranging
c something to conserve the health and CELIA MYROVER: ROBINSON. ith Allen R. Wrenn, local managerfor screen a picture that is steady as a and perfecting t an" efficient
happiness of the children. orgatil/al lou which chat! be" itatewld .o'
Speaking the The annual meet-
t generally the children of this country Whenever a writer wishes to say ing of the will be held in rock.All danger of fire is eliminated by and permanent, for the purpose .of protecting/ our Industry along the :

c'- never lived under more favorable something/ complimentary about a I Orlando on' Monday. an automatic shutter which shuts off lines herein disclosed

; conditions than do the children of person he is bound about by con- the light from the film. the momen*. J :

S this age but all children do not come ventional forms of expression. lie Miss Etta Nunn, of South Carolina, the machine is stopped, thus prevent-
under this general head. There are doesn't dare to say that any man is who is doing field work in Florida dur- ing it from catching fire.

many children whose condition is not the ablest of his kind, nor that any ing the month of February, for the Nicholas Powers, has, for fifteen PhR24ZNA: ;

enviable; there are some in every community woman is the cleverest of her class. Christian Woman's Board of Mission I years, been known to :American moving ;

who are being reared in poverty The reasons are obvious. If he Auxiliary, will be in Kissimmee as the picture exhibitors, as the foremost
t dirt and unwholesome moral /gave himself this liberty he would guest of Mrs. S. B. Aultman. Mon- I designer and manufacturer of motion- -. -- .
A surroundings. They should be found be /guilty] of inexcusable arrogance, day afternoon at three o'clock a reception -,I picture apparatus. 'I
'S and looked after; what one would for when did it happen that he will be given her at the AUlt- A
tS Tonight : Daughter of the Red Man A '
shrink from dying as. an individual he came to be the universal censor man home, to which all/the ladies of Special 101 Bison, :2-rcel! Feature ASSOCIATION
'k will find courage to do as the representative and accepted; critic ? Then. thereare ,
I of the movement for the common the others to be (considered i

I good. It's a worthy undertaking; able and olever] but in varying/ w. t let it go forward. and strength to it. ways and degrees. So it is with i
<0> the women- writers of the Florida :
I press, to whom little notice has Confronted au are (tie groweis of Florida at the present time with j

1 THE TARIFF DISCUSSION IS I hl'eniven/ while th? men have "Korrect Shape" Shoes Guarantee: the threatened destruction of (he citrus fruit and other growing Industries ,

been gobbling/ the greater: part of of Flmiila on account of Ihe pioposed eduction
'S TOO OLD TO DEVELOP: NEW of the tariff the J

POINTS : THE PROTECTED I do the not glory deserve which when incidentally the equation they call that the Florida Citrus I;xehllu//(,' IH sending: oul0\ all growers of I

; r' INTEREST/ NEVER WANTS;; i is reduced to even proportions. We Guarantee all Korrect Florida Is especially ti 111.-I) and should recolve I Ihe earnest consideration t
I REDUCTION: There I Shape of every man In Florida who
5, FOR ITSELF. I are more women than men cams his living; from I the products of (
;) in Florida who have achieved other the noil.The 1'
TilE ORANGE: COUNTY CITIZEN than a State-wide notice through/ ICxchange/ Is taking I this initiative because
It Is the
S-t took the trouble to write to William, their pens Celia Myrover Robinson Shoes For Men one big recognized ,
Chase Temple] of the films Exchange is an example. She has been body of cooperative I I /growers of Florida and Is. I Urns perhaps better ;

4) and .send him the (!a'/"tte editorial wotiking on the Pensacola newspapers ,prepared, to command l tiritlilli. and add weight/: t U; the move that Is .

S concerning that g-entli-inan'ri testimony for several years and is atpresent "''H"ra)' lo bring together all growers of Floilda, products regardless/ \"

before the Wa> and :Means attached to the Journal In The Following Leathers of (heir I marketing nfflli.illoiiH. but ho unit ;
staff the are a In demanding a unifo.In -
Committee. writing 'i
The Citizen wanted Mr. society doingsand / .
Temple] to say that the Gazette had a very readable] departmentfor I piotection( for I Ihe pioducls of I the soil from whatever soti rca danger .,

-- misrepresented him. \fr. Temple the Sunday issue entitled, muy 1 threat I* n. '

'k wouldn't say so and the Citizen then "Over the Coffee Cups." This. title ,' Pat. Kid, Pat. Colt, Pat Calf ----Such n-- jody of growers properly officered, will be In a position not M ;.

said so itself by referring/ to the article j is of itself clever and appropriate, only lo ,
carry on a propaganda
/ agulnm
; *
S, for ally proposed reduction of thetariff '
as I they have coffee shops in Pen- I' II
a "Misleading Editorial. ,
S We l find upon careful/ scrutiny that.! sacola and they sip coffee there Vici Kid Kangroo Gun Metal but to use Its big Influence\ 'to reduce railroad rates ; to bring .

- the only excuse the Citizen has for like the roues in Paris sip absinthe. about concessions Hml are now allowed California shippers. but deniedto

making such a statement is the Ga.sette's The comparison extends no further our Florida Mhlppi-rH. such as
routing, and a flat or so-called "post
5., statement that Mr. Temple than the sipping, however, not even Box Calf and Satin Calf. agestamp'rate (
to all
parts of the (United
States \ Into
p1 asked for the protection of his own with the introduction of a prefixto ; to better look 1

si Investments in the citrus industry, I make it "gos-sipping." The our horticultural laws that they may be framed to protect our growing :_

; 7 : aggregating a !quarter of a million, coffee habit in Pensacola is social OUR CUAKNTEE IS Industry. against the admission of Infected nursery stock, or J 4
s& whereas Mr. William Chase Temple I and not solitary, and since it isgood fruit that might; bring with It some new
peat to endanger our orchardi.
asserted .himself to be a philanthrop-j coffee there are no /groundsfor IF THE UPPER BREAKS THROUGH BEFORE THE and to take plans for ." ,
ist, and asked protection for the I controversy. Miss Robinson up checking the pests now with us. ].,
tire industry and not for himself.en- i has been selling/ her productions to SOLE IS WORN THROUGH WE WILL REPLACE Much /good can come from such an organization. It Is lime for con- I ..'f'

This is a distinction that does not the magazines for quite awhile, and dieting) Interests to get together and work for the good of the State aa \\l
in the least last summer she brought/ out a WITH A NEW PAIRBUTTONHARRIS
15 change the situation; it book a whole. Will the growers of Florida heed this call and come to the .
ia the distinction between tweedledee received much favorable -
' and tweedledum. Just for the fun of' comment. Which by way of; meeting at Tampa on the 17th day of April? It Is to be hoped that

S the thing we should like to see theft gratuitious remark, shows that women they will. Plan to be there. .

Orange County Citizen and Mr. Wil are more resourceful and en- CO. .. I
5 liam Chase Temple in ergetic than men, and that thi.

4;. ,/I ,could debate plead and for explain the engage protection how Mr. Temple a of joint the one:distinction I woman' herein is deserving accorded. of her.the Ill!: _ I. tc s +{+ A': / ;

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FRIDAY: FEBRUARY 14, 1913 THEN, KISSIMMEE :VALLEY' GAZETTE... ..... 'd. .'.'.4.1. '<"!1.1' ,\\ ::1' ":.f.," ':lJi:.. '... , .'., . :.q AC1t (1::":' '. rt ,. '
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, Have you seen those' pretty Coat William J. Bryan, School AuditorIum : .. -.- : : ,
j .. .. Telephone No. 11. Suits an StanfordsT :.60-tf, 'afternoon ., ,,,. ,. .., ., ..t.d I . .rr;,j..r..I..f'... ", .o. "''. +
of ?
; Friday, Fe ZL"-'- nnr''xom'+!":eAe, 'SMw.'' k"oARA.'net' pN": w'' \ ,':\ ,', ',.'1 '\\r' ,'" .
Published 1 Every Friday Say where ,'! .,: ; I.: .
By you been at 1 Why er Wood Wood.' : 168 ;, ,
W. B. HARRIS. over to Lincoln's. What fort To geta for' your wood.. $1.25 andr$2.00' ,r,.
dose of > per .
strawberry short cake and = -
.strand. .. 3-tt_ ._ t "--' '--' : ''': : -. ;
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let. tell -
me. I'm- ,
going- '
you- everydtfy -
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Meet me, there tomorrow and you'll Lincoln's looking ,for a lot of live : ,..,,,. " ?" t'!,:,,.,,,: !"'"'!I.>ioWv'i''t.11l. ''' .,':'.1,''','s; Correct Dress For .Men :* ;f." V , >, !,,(<. "K1-V.V,.., ,u
go everyday,too, lobsters. Look real feast Qr"I"V" ''' ,' ) . : \': ,, ,1" .,;'"
Weather Report out fort!'a -!".., \.' d ; '"'1'.;' -" J', '. ;< ,l"" : |0." ,,\1y.: ''y' ." .
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Oh. Miss Annie! will tot! one of these fine days. :.lJ'r,;' ,"r,. :' ;"o'.\' ," ''f' .---.- .. '. ',,1 ,iItI .. ; :":"
you go ;.'..: , . ' '. .., ] v ,,
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Cloud'with ? Yes ""will I Ji: ', \ !?
"" me'Sunday after Presiding' Elder -.1. R.; Cason: . .. ., .> 'f'I
; Following are the aily temperature dinner. Why not in the morning T preach at the Methodist church Sun. "'

and precipitation as Why:, ,we all dine at Lincoln's Sand ,day morning and evening. Spring Clothing 1'' '
cant miss a single one of the, good .. "t , ..< .:. ..
reported by the Government '
A full meeting of members of'' the '
dinners there. !,'' t
station at Kissimmee for the U. D. C., is earnestly) desired. Will We are showing the new patterns in Ed. V. Price, ',Clothing, the i + +o
week ending' Feb. 13. 1818. White cake, brown cake, sugar cake,: younot be present on Wednesday, largest manufacturers of made '
lasses .cake, but best of all is the' Feb. 12,. 3 p. m. Mrs.. Caldwell: V. .P. to measure Clothing in' the world.:! :. .,., _. .,_ _' .__

MAX .1.... RAIN W. B. Crawford has purchased a We desire- to hank those who so Have your measure. taken now for your spring suit. Fit Guaranteed ,y:

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Friday 69 53
lot 75 x 150 in the southeast corner kindly assisted and offered words of ; "
Saturday. .. .. 69 58 of the Stanford block, Vernon avenue sympathy to us on the sudden death of '

Sunday. ... 74 45 . and Patrick street, on which he our husband and father. Mrs. M. N. Stetson Hats *t" '
will build a handsome residence the Overstreet and family.Mr. :!
Monday.,. .... 76' 46Uellday. ... yy
.. ... .. 82 50 coming summer. A. Rosenberg has just returned ..
t'd'J.eaday .. 80 65 20Khufsday i I' Sanford Herald: Paul Weaver, from New' York with a new line of We carry the largest stock of Stetson Hats in Osceola County, ; v::*f) ;;:A:

. 77 641<> .58 cashier of the Citizens Bank of Kis- spring and summer good, and will we are now showing the spring soft hats in all the late style at 1f. f
I simmee, was in the city Saturdayand be in charge as manager of the New ,
OOOOOOOOOOOO OO Sunday. His many friends both York Store, where he desires to meet $3.50 ; s
I' male and female gave him a cordial every citizen of the county.As .
{ welcome, and we are of the opinion Mens '(
11111111111 n n 111111111i Father Fox is still unable to Furnishings
i that Paul ia solid with both ladies and
come to Kissimmee Father Bresna-

J i : THE LOCAL HELD i iII I gentlemen.i han, of Sanford, will come to Kissimmee Our new in dress shirts the latest t
i hosiery for the money, at F. Monday, Feb. 17, on afternoon pattern arrow. embody very
II. Lawson's. It train. lie will preach at 7:30: in the styles in shirt 1
evening and will say mass Tuesday .
I I I III I II II Mill IIMlii I County\ School Superintendent W. I morning at 6:30: at the church. Dur- artKATZ'S :
J. Sears left Wednesday for Whittierand ing Lent on Wednesday, Friday and \
New Jewelry, rings, pins, etc., at Bassenger to visit the schools.He Sunday nights, there will' be devo- : ;...
moderate prices. F. H. Lawson. It went in his motor car and expected tional services at 7:30. .'I'"
x to be home by the latter part of : '
C. W. Griffin made a business trip I I! the week. i'j This, the day of publication, is St. : ;0.j .
to Tampa this week. !, Valentine's Day, and there will be The Clothing Corner. : .
Order one of Lincoln's oyster roasts, several parties in celebration of the .
Choice milk and cream go a long only 50c. Order them a day ahead '''date. The Young Ladies' Sewing Lir- j ,
I ways toward filling the bill for a and be happy. cle has issued invitations to a partyto .. -.-
i good meal. Lincoln's has it. be held at the Chapter House this .l. k.
The Laymen's meeting at the Presbyterian evening, and the Philathea class of .. !
I William J. Bryan: School Auditorium Church Sunday afternoonwill i the Baptist Sunday School is givinga .1/ .:
1 afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. I- be led by Abram Carey. President party at the home of Mrs. E. S. . r
George F. Parker extends an invitation "
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Hall, on North Clyde avenue. .
to all to be present. t ton
Miss Ruth iiass, of Basnenger, is I 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ledford, of s
'the guest of her aunt, Mrs. B. C. H. C. Stanford Co. now have the I Girard, III., are at the Graystone Inn, George L. Key, of Tracy, Minn., is Monday afternoon. 'j'h"1'f a visit to his home in Toronto and :
Miller. agency for the famous Happgrade enjoying their fourth annual visit to visiting his brother, F. S. Key. Mr. ly received a deed to the IP'tl1t-1 was on the toast list for a reply to } ,
overalls. 60-tf Kissimmee. Mr. Ledford owns some Key is an engineer on one of the House property which has been the toast, "The Club." The' royal .' I'
Mrs. Dr. J. A. Simmons, of Arcadia, two hundred acres in the Pinedale dis- northwestern lines. He expects to remain in the name of a trustee. feast that was spread on this occas- .' :
is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. II. In- ,, William J. Bryan School Auditorium trict, which he is improving. He made in this section for some weeks, with the conditions of the 'local chap ion was arranged on the official billet "
gram. i: afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. the investment two years ago, and making several Side trips from Kis- j 1'' ter recently elected Mrs. S. B. Ault- as a Nine Hole Indoor Course, each ,". 't- .
is better pleased with it now than he simmee. man as trustee. It is probable, how- service being a figurative hole. The' 'I, 4
J. M. Taylor and Arthur E. Done- j B. J. Reid, of Toronto, Canada, is was when he first made it, which ever, that an agreement will be arrangement of the program was i '.\ .
if an motored to St. Cloud Monday i spending: several days in this city, shows that his faith in Kissimmee. The basket ball team of the Osce- reached by whicn the deed will be I most clever and artistic, and no one t; .
afternoon.The ; and vicinity, with'a view to make is increasing. Mr. and Mrs. Ledford ola High School went to Sanford Sat-* made in the name of th. chapter.The seeing it could but wish that he had : '
i Rome investments. Mr. Reid is highly have visited other points, making Kis- urday and defeated the Sanford teamin American WomaYs Lengae, of been among the fortunate guests pres'l d''
Guarantee Inv. and I Loan Co., pleased( with our climate and other simmee their base for the season. a hot game. The score was close, which the !local chapter was a part, ent i
Tampa, Klu., lend money at I 5 per cent but the Kissimmee team won, and has been
i conditions and !believes that this section The more they see of other places the practically dissolved by the I
interest, payable in small monthly in- I is. Iwund to develop very rapidly. better they like Kissimme.! the youngsters were so proud that organization of the American Wo- J. A. McAllister, of Councils Bluff
btallmonts. Write for particularly Elf they wired the news to Principal R. man's Republic to succeed it. The !local Ia., was in Kissimmee the first of the ,+
Tampa Tribune: Hon. W. B. Craw The Chapter House festival! Tuesday I M. Evans, and he was just about as chapter as un organization:> is not week, having come to Jpok over the ti; ,1 5J
Hello Bill! You're looking fine. ford, of Kissimmee, was' in the city \emnK/ beginning irfi five and proud as they were. a part of the Republic, though there holdings of the McAllister-Canning '
What you been doing to yourself? yesterday on professional business concluding at ten o'clock, was a decided are some individual: member who Co., and to visit his partner, Edward ' y ."
,Eating porterhouse' steak at Lincoln's and greeting his many friends. Mr. success, and a pluu&uni! social The fence Heretofore enclosing the have affiliated with the newer society Canning. Mr. McAllister was much .5 ." '
every evening.1Villiam Crawford, who made the I'ensacola affair. The Brownie orchestra made grounds ')r the Chapter house has pleased with the condition of things "'
J. School Auditor- 'News famous, has won merited success music and during the evening t there l been purcha. eJ and torn away by, The Valley Gazette received a as he found them. A number of prospectors ; : ,
' Bryan in the legal profession since re- were many caller.. All the refreshments John McPn.ittor. It it i a !great improvement copy of the menu and toilet list of the came at the same time, and ;' i "
,E ium. afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. tiring from the newspaper fieUl.I 1 1.I 1. that had been prepared 'were to the grounds l be rid fifth annual banquet of the Missis- inspected the lands of the company ''K: T
'j'l If there is any one thing that makes dl"pm| of and the local chapterup of the fence, but it will be :'I p'l'a''r sauga Golf Club, of Toronto, held in the neighborhood of Lake Marion. -\ K
' one feel all O. K. it's a good dinner. I I Reduced prices on all wool skirts a goodly: sum from the sales, improvement when the grounds: are January 25, through the courtesy of '
,I LiAudln; has them every day, yes Sun- ''to close them out.: F. II. Ijiwson. It. which will Ve added to the, piano fund. nclof-tf l by a hedge, :and there is u L. Hamilton, president of the Kis-' :A great congregation of men at- ., a 'Y:"
da -. too. counted! up a goodly sum from the movement on foot to do ,t'li' ,. The simmtM Golf and Country Club, whois tended services at the Methodist ': (. I "
,1 i A pie social! was held at the Presbyterian sales. :Mrs. W. L. Winn and Mrs. H. ladies >f tli- chapter held a\ l 10 sinea. also president of the Mississauga church last Sunday. night, the largest. : i- r
' Miss II. II. Hoffmann, of Newport Manse Wednesday evening.The C. Stanford will be hostesses next | meeting Friday evening &rl m ) News, Va., is the guest of Mr. and veranda was illuminated by Jap- Tuesday (evening. 1| .' ,<
:J Mrs. S. J. at Narcoossee. She "
Triplett anese lanterns and the interior of the I 'Ai
-:" will remain about two weeks. house was bright with decorationsand ]Friday of next week will be a dateto ,
:,: cheerful crowds. The affair was be remembered in Kissimmee. William i
Harry Hunter, of the Hunter Land
la, .l Co., arrived in Kissimmee Monday. 1,pleasant socially and a success fin- ,J. Bryan is to lecture at the
auditorium o'clock in
ancially. school at two
This is the first visit since the sum-
, i the afternoon, and in the evening
trayelect Special sale on all silks. Cut from I
i Sarah Bernhardt will be seen in mo-
25 to 40 cent. Next 10 days. II.
') per tion picture at the Pastime. Manager
; Fish and'oysters at Lincoln's any C. Stanford Co. oO-tf I Wood beck of the Pastime secured this CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM

time of day; always the best. I The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Jones'will i i film at a great cost and is giving three t
I regret to learn of the death | performances with it, one at ten in the s
t', The Sewing Circle met with Misa of their little grand-child in Toledo I morning, another at 3 in the afternoon t
,, Reese Wednesday, and enjoyed the 0.,' on January 29; after a brief ill- !I and still another in the evening. '
usual! social! hour and refreshments. ness from diphtheria. The little'oneI i Bernha'rdt was paid $30,000 to pose SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, .
Miss Berta Bryan will be the hostess I was the child of Mr. an<} Mrs. W. S. for this picture. Kissimmee is getting '
;: next Wednesday. Glore. Mrs. Glore is a daughter of the very best in the motion pic- KISSIMMEE FLORID A _
Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Both parents of ture line, for which congratulationsare ,
The real estate firm of Siever & r
due the enterprising
the child also had the disease managers.J.
'I Criner has been dissolved, II. G.

I Siever succeeding the firm, and will short cake at Lincoln's.Strawberries Shreve Durham spoke at the .
't continue in business at the same and cream now on the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening FEBRUARY 19,20,21,22. r
stand. school work .
} bill boards at Lincoln's.Mr. in-the interest of Sunday 4;
generally and for the benefit of the
1 Go to Lincoln's for Sunday dinners.
and Mrs. J. M. Amos and Miss annual convention of the Florida Sun-
: 1 Families enjoy it. Free from care and
of Indiana who have been day School Association, which will be .
; labor. Does us all good. Amos, en- .
'. held in Jacksonville February 20-23 t t.'
. joying a visit as guests at the homeof
William J. Bryan, School Auditorium Dr. and Mrs. E. Derbyshire, expectto inclusive. Every Sunday school in
the of next week the State is invited to send five dele-
./; afternoon or Friday, Feb. 21. leave latter part

: t I W. H. Brokaw with Griffing Broth- I easy to make stages their, stopping way at homeward Daytona and by gates superintendent to, write exclusive to, but headquarters of they the are pastor requested 426 and St.- Single Ticket for Season, $3 ; Double Ticket $5. :

.j 1. jMtrs, the tree people. 40-tf other points enroute. James building, Jacksonville, for cre-
lIon. W. J. Sears leaves Saturdayof dentials. Mr. Durham is superintendent Seats Reserved Only On Season Tickets. ft *
One of the big bureau managers, next week foV Philadelphia to at- of the Home and Visitation De- .
""j in writing of Pearl Rowand; says: "I tend 'the annual convention of the partment of the International Sunday
have seen all the cartoonists and their National Educational Association. Asa School Association, and is a forceful On Sale at Roberson's Pharmacy. '
work. Pearl Rowand is the best cartoonist usual thing most of the Florida speaker. He and other distinguished
I I have ever seen.. She is more superintendents attend this conven- workers in the cause will be heard at 't it
than a cartoonist-she is an artist." tion. It is likely that the trip will the Jacksonville convention, which is ,. .
r At the school auditorium tomorrow be made by steamer! from Jackson- to be held in the First Baptist church
night. ville. ''of that city.


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Evening Admission 100. '

We Arc Now in Our New Garage .

, February 20---WALDEN, THE MAGICIAN, :' xf'y

Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue. Evening, Admission 75c. ii ,

And Carry in Stock Casings, Inner Tubes, Blowout Patches, Security Patches,

Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs, Terminals, High 'February 21---WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN a' r

and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing, Batteries, ,

Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, Gaso Afternoon, 2 o'clock, in his great lecture, !; h

lene Oils Metal and Body Polishes
'. Ammeters, Tire Testers, "The Signs of the Times. Admission $1.

,' jT Auto Clocks, Etc. rn

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f W$ are also prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats. Motor Boats,

Automobiles, Saw mills in fact all kinds of Repair Work, LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY. Evening, Admission 75c. ,

i Our Livery Cars are First Class and We will give goocj Service When in want of an .. ,
", Auto Call.
? Trip give us a . ._ =- EVERY ENTERTAINMENT A STAR NUMBER..DON'T FAIL *t,''

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ffi ffiffi ffi mand l Hi di-liaiKinp tin' dutie* and undi i sal, and the lefusal to do jus- could! never bo wiped out Ah well I of 1 lorula." is leieived and will betonsidered '

" ohlifrafion- of the ofliceT Hce( bc'cauMthe (Constitution will not ini l'l' an individual, while admitting 1 anil upprei'lated., .
ffiffi all'lthe State to beuccl without of debt, refuse to iton dear sir "
M I RIVKR: : tinalidity a pay "I'e-imit nn> to say, my ,
ANNOU CE\IE! TS. !f the loiisent of the LeK's'atul' '. ttllll the the grounds that the statute limitations that hovvevn' deiilitt Senator ( all I Ii
1 lelusal to'ant it. Oui children will would prevent its collection I may haIoN'n, in the opinion of tho.sewho Desirable Ten
!11. .y 1 hereby: announce myself a candidate never live long enough to see the disgrace : l by law 1 shall blush for my. native do not think as he thinks upon

ffifiYi! !IH for member of ,ne City Council of such repudiation leinoved. State if -refuses to pay. this important' question, no man this
J of Kissimmee subject to the action of Financiers Criticise State, Just'and Honest Claim. side of the lunatic asylum will question

the electors' in the forthcoming; elec "I trust you will pardon me as u ; conversant with the your activity and vigorous persistence and
"Every man aa '
hereby* announce my, candidacy tion. I take this 'method of pledging I friend, who heartily supported you facts as I am, knows it to be a just in presenting! and prpsecuting i Twenty :
re-election to the office of eity: best efforts in the interest of the and for election for 1
my ', wprked your and honest claim. As I said at the. this 'claim from a' few hundred thou"sand -
city in the event of my election writing ho strong a letter but >ften ,I
; 5 outset, the only interest I feel in this | dollars up toward one million
r, w PITTMAN. M. II WILSON in my tiavels in :New: Yolk and elsewheie dollars"You,
matter is in seeing{ my State discharge
-- --- I hahea..d the of Acre Tracts
matU'i her just obligations, and I feel surethat are equal to ,...i Piannal:: 0-
hereby announce myhelf a I am a candidate foi the office of i epudiation, among financial men, when the matter presented
I is anil to theopposition
i :asioii "M" eniinglv superior
; for the office the of Marshal of KlsI and! (ity (Councilman' , and respectfully loinmented upon as a shame. 1 beg fanlv and, squaioly to the Legislaluie ' S'natorlallor! )' or S.Iator -
for -
Collector City
to slat1 fmtliei' Momeuhat
the action of the .solicit the suppoit' of the \otprs at in eontu t this will be done, Pamay recci\e the cicdit' of For T ru<'king and Fruit ( row
subject to 'illation of what (H n liullotk: told '
I the appioathmg election "Your" \ery truly, m!'ing this laige amount" of money
I'rimary. Inc. 1 happened to liain, on one of ing. Our land extends from
.1.! I B. Wall
TYSON. ( Signed) fo riondit but S I I. Wailos will deit -
'my tups \Vashington.' of ColWailes' .
I l.l'tt..r to S, I. Wailes from Secretaiy '.." .. Me is the trump card and
heavj' expense, and the g'n'at of State John I. Crawford rity limits nearly lo Orlando
: In will \Mn the frame for I Florida,
: I'or Major. \\illiain J, I'.rjan. :.Schooluditor- man\ men he eniploved' in feiietingout (Office of the Secretary of State, State I :noiicrl! Onlj $.10 per acre.'lernis. .

.f are authorized to announce the mm, afternoon. nf .Irida} Fl.h.I :-1!1N01K 1. and getting' up the evidence amiopies of I'loriila Tallahassee, l-'la, Jan "H.III! If' "me, m\' deal,' sir I wish"

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: for the oflice of :Majoi' of Kis- KNiilKc : 111Illatl"I' disusid I J. Wailes! Ksj Yours of UKI'd: : "I I .IMI iilvvaj 's ,
'. I ; :. is hiii-bj 11\\1.i ,that 11' ,older < piobablj' among maj tonic1 havi ol,. old.our fashioned titienswlm IMH losing ai punted "Account between. ."I out : 10' tin gcntial and the Stall "John "
government I. ( 'rltwfo'd.
I ---A- 1 lo qualify toote in the "citv cli'ctKjti' not' lows about i 1"'J>\"lIalloll .md dishonest ) \\ 1(11'1FOR I i:: BOOKLET

If'I hereby umioume' mjsUf as a can poll taxes runt lie paid on or beforeSutuiday. I J', but tbele ale "inaiiv (,itl/.rns

; ate for !Major, subject' \ to the .will leliMtai\"" of 1 loiida who know tin-. In In. .a just -- '

the people at the ensuing eltction. ( '. I.. HANDY.: de-lit that should lie paid TE..A..CE3ERS: :: : GIF1 FLORID..A..
"SiiHoiely joui' Ii'u nil. McKOY.
, lespectfully a>k your suppoit. : .".-1'' Tax 1 ( '(jllci't,jilllinm ( Signed I "John I. J In,, lis."

: JAMES W. LILLY, -- "- -- ] Kxttui t of 1, .tl"1 i 11 urn JudgeJoseph Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review Course

I \\ J. lirjan, :Isclmoliiilllnr; I B.! Wall to .State SenaloiV, Hunt

For Councilman. HIm. ariernoiin 01 l l'rnl.i\. !1'-1.! :JlHiK I. Hal M111- : VI Mil IIJill II 'III M \ \ allTIi.- Land
1 ..u' Senatoi, : I ,s. I,.1 I I..I. hili I. tin' \ " '.11 1..w ." I 1M ,,1).1/. / '1'1"af.: I. M liimllH ur.. Company
1 'andlI inn going to ... I
hoieby announce' nnself a ( ... ,
t.ike .I \ '" ti I i iI ot " I III.' I'I I |1' I''I I MlMill. a 1,11. i Ki ul. i-i.HI In onlsin.
I for the of( |< e of . ,
to jou coiiiiimng' a matter I il .1 I IuIt'I.,11V.hll S. ".1 ( I""I III" Illll. II:I IN.I
rebpeitfully solitit the :suppoit' of. Splendid new" "D."OlIou', ", JII' in vvhiih,, I have' " .... '
no piisoiial inteiest'in "" ( ': "" Ml iilH| I I !>< !.n. li.rlilii.
i the \oters of this city, I pionuso I inside city limits, line. deep well, jol i: the woild < \<"ept tin, mtc'iest' which S|" '11' .i M. M t 'n'II I" ,ill <) l,, I br '.r..I..ln.r'. 4'iturno In nrliilliirr... Ili.tailCJlla \'. ! : :, TLA.
mtains two :-cii's o' I!"'II lid, f ood. ill/in, feels I ,i.,1.,i\ i n, i,.ml." _..,, .....lKiiiilM' I'ln. mlstl> -
elected to IT'M'' the same careful new !barn, \MIKOII and liutcK shids, i evii.v\ deals in seeing that his'Slate s'v, .\ u II'I 111 1 ,U I ,ll I 'II. Ill iMtI t .raloio. < :iol)"Km \ lV, '-'b.. l.r.-.01..1' C..r._ FOR RENT- Two modern flats, wifh
to the'city's interest that I and all under fence (Fine* faillj with eveiy' one :-ind I l'h.I., .L, \ l'.l.'ll'U\ Vll.l,,, <> \ I in"i"I."i'|OOKMlHtiili.uv! , X.o.ili .io.IL. !l<*lanin 'I> ,'al
nood new I k.p" its honest (ontiai' "Is. I refer to 'h" m" \ DM.i\ i,,inn, i I'h, tnlHtiUualltalU, < 'mill CJiiiint 1111111" <, C'h< liilnlrr > all city conveniences. Apply at
to my private buoiness. Elec location for small truck K ndi'ii' 0' I the W'ailes-lfcaid claim foi, then, .."..I <> \iuBiillano.. Pip or...... Violin, Voice llutniniin.l:, i-liniun, vv'oi )Iiihool I the Gazette office. 20-tf
( March 29th, 1913. poultry iamb., This is a (me propoitfon coin- !! ii f Kln.- Art_UliiwlMK. 1-a.lntlliK ll> Oil Wat. r Color. Ac. I-ISI ,
i mission" out of the Indian war < laiin"iind
wh<'re one will. have the fiei-i 1
Respectfully, R. I). WARING.I I
dom of the country" jet ciose ,roujfh
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to enjoy all the advantages of the henmay be -1 thing in the .

wibh to announce my c'antlu'at' y I city, huch' us fcplendid high school, best I contention' that (;ioveinoi Diev, had

for member of the City Council subject markets, churches etc. Pno15110, no legal authority, without t"'e con- 4I --
: \ :J4-tf H. M, Hreaker & Coilliam I >erit, of the Leifi" I nine'', to elite,. .into MONEY WILL NOT BUY
to the 'o\iiof\ of the \oters of -- that nutlut J pludging' the State to

Klssimmee in tho: appioachuifr elec; 1 \\ J. Hrjan School .\udilormm l"i' I"1 pel' (' -nt. of the amount reoveied -
If'w tion. (' but it s-'in' to me that such
afterniKin of I'ridav.', Ffl 21 I'I
G II I' ATIIER. : I a defect, if it I., a d'-l.-jt, has been
i St ( hiistophci. it said has beni
[[ Legislatures have rx'cogni-.ed the validity better glasses that
are obtained here.
I candidate foi Though
am a ( ouiuiiman' to I adopted as the patron saint of automobilists of that ,'Ollt"I.'L
be elected at tlio next city {election Early in lift- St t Chiisbusiness -
of tan'po.talllll I L'Kislatur.'I"'t' \ to $!>2)00.() made of diamonds the lenses conld uot be bet,
and respectfully solicit the >upport of "Moreover, in 1887 I waH amember I .' :
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the voters of Ki"simmeeD07IER I \\ lliam J. Krvan. :-dHH,1; l luditor- of the State Senate ( he was president I ter than ours. But even the best of glasses .
of the Senate when
( LLITNKH: ) joint or
I mm, afternoon of 1'rulay I J'd!>. 2JUSTJCE !1. I concurrent re.solution' 1 have forgotten '
are of no use unless selected with
-- -- -- which, (and il makes no difference expert care.
I take th'is means of announcing my which) passed both Houses authorizing

candida y for the position of Councilman OF DEMAND a settlement with the general '- Come and let us examine your eyes to insure

voters ,at subject the forthcoming to the action' city of election the I, WAS RECOGNIZED government settlement Wailes Prevented of on these a basis Absurd claims.of Settlement.$92,000 in I C' H the best glasses of the kind your eyes need.

I pledge; my be&t endeavors for "Had it not been for the action of ,

a \busmesHlike administration so far ( Continued- from page 5)) Col. Wailes that settlement would i r

as it is possible for one holding that I\ of such men as Gov. Bloxam, Judge have been perfected and the State

position to control. I I Raney, Senator Pasco and Gen. Bullock would have lost more than a hal!-
that you will not hesitate to see million dollars. Can any :fair-minded
J. W. THOMPSON.In :i the shame of this repudiation, which man, in the face of these :facts, say Jewel and

i I should at once be removed from the that Col. Wailes should not receive C. A. COLE
making this my announcement fair name of the State of Florida. the compensation which the State

for councilman, I wish to promise the Cause_ for Mortification. agreed to pay him, and in the faith OptometrIst
voters in soliciting their that | "I, for one, would feel mortified of which he spent his time, labor and .
J support i should the State of Florida continue money in securing the State her Just "
I shall exercise in that position, if i to carry the brand of repudiation on dues? Surely not. It would be a

elected, the best judgment ,I can com I account of a 'violation of a contract: blot on the fair name of Florida which-

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' FRIDAY, ,BRUAR'Y' 113' "rV"'T"'l\-'i "J


I PROCEEDINGS city ordinance, was given to 8.. ;} (1'

OF !

Buzz Mr. C. J', Krecek, Loughman, S'I i To the West and' Northwest 'I,

SCHOOL, BOARD ] authorized to, .clear up the grounds, "

around Mulberry School at a' cost not .. VIA f

Insure -. to exceed $10.00. ''t
Crop '
your Kissimmee, Fla., February 4, 1913 Miss Lessie .Haye:'was appointed to S .

The Board of Public Instruction met school l'14, at salary of $40 per month. AND. a I

with In' regular-, ....Ion..there. being_present Miss Ala Campbell. ,was,,appointed] << to SOUTH -ATLANTIC'LIMITED '_ "I

W. C. Basf, Chairman, Geo. W. school &, at ?40 per month.Upon - .- T.
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Overstreet and W. W. Chandler. Also recommendation of StateSup't .
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8tO Jlm- -Lv. Tampa _,__-_ 10:26 am 10:15: am .. .. A. C,
W.: J. Sears, Supt. Sheats, the Board decided to 10:28 pm t-Lv. Lakeland _.._ irS8: am 11:88 am ....._.-_ a---.. A.C.., 4. t t ,
"BRADLEVS"'T'HE Minutes' of the send the County Sup't to the National 11:53: \ l.m-l.v. Klssimmee1'01. : pm 1101: pm ............._...___..LA.. C. 4. ,
last meeting were 11:61: am-Lv. Orlando _.____ 1:35 I pm 1:86 pm : _____ A. C. L. : :
read and approved.. Educational ;Ass'n, which meets in 1:83 ara-Lv. Sanford --____ 1:40: pm J:40 pm ----------e---------r-. ...__ -A., 'c... It'. .

li S. .L. Lupfer, County Treasurer- Philadelphia,. Pa., on the 24th. .. 4.46. am-*-Ar. .Jackaonvllla..___ 640 pm 8,40_pm ....................--__- A. C. 4 .t

ported as follows: There being no further business, Dixie Dial South Atlantic tJi
Limited Flyer' Limited f.
To the Honorable Board of Public the Board adjourned until the next VX6 am-. Lv. Jaek'nvtlle A.C.I8i6nm 8:15pm Lv. Jaolc.onvllla.A.. 'O. 1. It' r:
how and whento regular 11:40am: Ar \Vaycrona A.C.L. 10:85pm 10:20pm Lv WaycroM __...__A. C. L. r 1i
Instruction in and for Osceola county meeting. 6:18pm: Ar Macon O S & K 4:16ftm8OSpm : 8:4fiam Ar Maoon ________Q. 8, & F." y J r.
: I herewith tender Attest: W. C. BASS', Ar Atlanta C. of Oa. 7:85am :4Tpm Ar Atlanta ________C. of Oa. i
use fertilizers are my report as U:18amr Ch'tan'ita W.&A.: ll:66am J2:19pm Ar Knoxville ____,____U N. I''
Treasurer' of Osceola County for the W. J, SEARSChairman.. 4:50am: Ar 'Naah-vlllfl 'N. C. 16pm Ar CorbIn '_________1. A N. ,. .c .
VA WA all important. First Sup't. ft tot. L.4t3Opm I OiOOpm LouUvlllo .___L. &..
month of January, A. D. 1913. f

decide '.K ..;ItA.I., ,4' ('I40OL FUND. 2:50pm: Ar. St. Louis.. I. C. 1:5: for what you To- IJaluncu from lout report __ 8827 William J. Bryan School Auditorium J* & N----- ....7ZOamAr. :
t:56pm\ Ar exInKton.L. &
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are fertilizing and then Tn Oct.Amount Ked. received.uuoou.from Comp___ 73 81 ,: afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. llopkliiHVllle. L. I K:5ipm: Ar Cincinnati ________L. A .
To & N..n_. -.. _.6:5f: >prni:2Sani
Amount rccutved from loan I : Ar. Evansville. LAN :43pm: I r.:2'lall1: i Kalamaxoo ______O. R. &: I.6:6Onm .
St.loud Bunk _______ __
3000 00
work to that TilE MEN IN .
end. GREY. ____
To 1.10pm Ar. Ternlliiute. C. : Grand Rapids O. It. *: I. ,
Amount received from Tax
.__. __ I
& 1'1. lOBam7:02pm /
__ l
Col. TUXOB _._ 1193.08
.j u.u : .\1'' Chicago' <;.&!:. I. 0:54amOlmle : 7 .15amAr ClevelandBig 4
Second, learn what To Amount received from Tax Where are the men, who in suits of __-c___ : n . __ ____ ___ __ --- _-- -- --
Col. 1'olln ___ 1 UU1D11To :
u.Uh lhalC..d i|>l\l K I.I Kit "Suu h A certain formulas made for Amount received from Tux grey }
are and Col. Poll . __.__.76 ((10-1812 Went far from their homes at breakof I Solid train compoufd of 1' Solid l train car-, Solid train composed of electrlqllltrhted
composite section
when to use them. Fertilizers rich inSoluble 1270 88--1270-08 day drawlnx-room car Bleeplnic! r y i n g electric drawing-room Pullman l'ft;
1lined l 'ompwrtpartment -
4422 7(1lly cam.' observation Corn-I \ I BleVplnrt: earn and coaches, between
I ammonia are made for rapid paid warrants as per list 3S7D 21 To fight for their country so true so oar and dlnlnK went observation\ Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
car between Jackson- sleepers and elae-
JJy lluliinc-v k07 55
brave Louisville and Indian
\lll.. and and
I Chicago Inc lighted sec I
growth, while those for fruiting are HI II-WI'IIOOI. IIIMTHUT .NO.I. Where are the!* "heroes" who fell in section drawing-room" t I o n. apolls; through sleeping car between I
sleeping car between room. Jacksonville and Cleveland;
To llaliincv from last drllWhll-j
report 40U\ 8I
the strife JacknonvllUand St. First also Pullman sleeping car between I '11:
designed to make the fruit and To /tlnounl r -e'U from Compt.
carryit I.oulH. Also He<'tlon 'Len and smoking, Jacksonville. and Brand Rapid onVcdnesdaye. ,
'1<'l. Jtvd . -- -_ _-_--_..00- 30 62 For the beloved South they gave their .
To Amount real from Tax drawlnKvroom 5leepinglcar. Dining earl Fridays and Sunday. rva,
through to maturity.BRADLEY'S Col. TIIXCH _-.__ __un'u 86 75 life .ar Hetween Palm Beacli ,serves all meals of each week. Dining car semis. '
and Chicago. ''a In carte. ) between Atlanta and Cincinnati.Kor Iw
618 22 To preserve her constitutional rights ?

Ky paid, warrants as per Hut 20\ 10 Some returned from the bloody field reservations or other Information communicate with your Tick .. ,.:
i FERTILIZERSare H.\ balance .n.uu __. 498 12 "IL AxiMit/ A.V.. l Maimed for lime, never again to wield J. G. KIHKI.AJ41>, Ulvlalon Passenger Agent .Tampa.' Flu.: Sit I
Ml Ii-Ml'HInt.' DIMTH1CT' NO. ::.
I To Balance from last report 83 64 a weapon ,' "
so balanced as to supply the early plant food J'o. Amount received from Tax To protect his'' country's need. . .,

for stalk and Col. TIIXCH .- "_ "u 2 34 'I Some still remain in ,
foliage at the proper time, and later our dear South

to Furnish the proper proportions of phosphoric acid ar 80 i land I
fly/ paid Miinuita UH per list 2 17 .
and potash to mature the fruit and improve its Icy H laiu-i- . _ __ 83 71 A few in the "homes" in our little ' 4

quality. HI' ;i-*< 'IIOOI. IHHTMICT >0. 3. I band Merrill-Stevens Company
T, Balance. from litHt report 1330\ 29 The bridge to the other worid almost {

Write us today for booklet mailed free. To Amount" TIIXCH mcflved. from n _TaxCol _ 2 05 spanned. Have a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality -1

-- ---- Some lie their I beds for .
1332 !114 helpless on of work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General Blacksmithing -
The American t
Agricultural Chemical Co.
M.paid. uiitrnntH UH pr, 11.1. K; (..KIU life. 1
and Repairing. 1 Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding. ,
Jacksonville Sales llalimci- 1326 26 Near "a . 11
) Department by no aujhter-llo much loved
P. O. Box 216. Jacksonville Florida. HI ll-".. ...'UI. IIIHTHH'T: 4. wife. White Oak. Mahoginy, Cypress and other Hardwoods always in '. i a
To IIn III ,' from liiHt i '
II. report 428 SOTo (J I I.
.. .- -- -. ' .. .- \tlintltil I li-cV from :'PaxCol To smooth the pillow make hours stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re- :

TMX.-B Hi !0043'l bright.All I pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited. ::1.1 ,

\ .paM \\11 fIalllll UH |per. 11x1 : 4 7ilt 4K( honor to the men who wore the I 600 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .. ;, ,;
Hv K.ilani-e" 435 22 blue,

II1111111111111111111111111I111111111111111111111111 "M 1)-"( IIIMII.' IHSTUU-r ,,"0. 6. Alike, they fell\ in the. bloodiest! field. I : 7
'1'" li.ilniKirrom. lax( n .port. 17 31 7-4t pd
'1'" \ioiiiitit' t i d 1 fl' om Tax That -\CT 11 Christain native knew. --- :

4',11 '1'.". 71 From desolation sorrow and woe, I :
--- -
Fertilize Your IS 021I ( This great Southland has risen to "
\ (I"t' \\.lIr..lltH I u'ss |p' r lint 17 i :
1 L':, ,I.i: l.i HI.. > 17 S5ismiuii know I : y.

) All was not lost fifty years ago.
Orange TreesThe S I. l.ri'KKK.; "'""111) TrciiHV.iuititK South THE H. G. SIEVER ::

\ in tin- Hum, of 33.608111 wenI One color" faces the cannon's mouth. '
Kamiiiiil" anil, carwcllcil In open. HCHWlllll 'j j
l ,1 'Tis better. 'tis l better to have it thus. REALTY COMPANY
mild winter has caused the spring growth to start early.Don't ItillH \\ iriupptovid. . and warrHntH \IHHlHll Creator of mountains land and sea, I : .
I aH f IllloM H
delay f fertilizing. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give results \\* .1 S.-11 rx. Sal Su p4. 1110( ooW Grant, this nation created by Thee,
and will not produce die-back. C KIIHH. :II II I I' I 4 OOil.o Prairie Land Groves
Orange High Hammock Lands ,
will :
\\ "iM-rnlrii-t. M: II. I' I r. no ]Destructive war never again see. t

\vv l-humMcr. :M II I' I 2ll 00 HELEN( : PERDUE Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and on Easy Terms
S I.
l.tiiilVr. Com TreiiH ilK JiO I
.1 I K Sin llh. .In n It or Hd.1 No;; I 311 (10 Kissimmee, I-'la.
Your Garden
Cropsneed 811axLu! : '1 I Iits Id. Hulur ,
t. uclH r Si<.h..nl1.l .. 2 00( noMrH 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value I rt
I Klorri. ul. r5r.-cf. sal William J. Bryan, School Auditorium -
fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. tiMKhi-r. choitl No;.; 3, <12 tnot. 80 (MiAlixH afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. for other real estate -:- -: -: -:-' _
KoHift H<< HaluryliuchiT.
Our special crop formulas are made to give big results quickly. S hool No 4.. . 45 (illMlHH
JatilStroud.. salary I 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for half value y,
WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. aelu-r t't'hool. No. 7. __ 50 OO ANKEE NED WRITES AGAIN.
Mrn Mhodu Lucas salary I for other real estate, balance easy payments -:- {i C Cr.
Crystal Springs Fla. Feb. o--
t<-H<'lu-r School No. 111.-. 40 00 p
M. LEE, Afent 1'roT :Morru: Hillary.tcnchir Esteemed friend: I thought perhapsyou
( .Sc-hotsKNo. 13------ 80 00 '
!MHH| IteMHli( Lawson salary, and the readers of the Gazette : KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I tr

INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY Miss|ti-ucllcr.. Cora Ncliool I.. Main.No. 13 salary. ___. 45 00\ might. like to know what had becomeof I "

teacher School No. 16____ so 00' Yankee Ned. Well, he is just as
JADKBONVILI: E. FLORIDA Prof. C. N. Carnes. salary,
teacher (School'No. 16.____ > 60 00 l lye=: as life and a more enthusiastic

Mr.teacher Laura1vc!School, No,, 16 salary_____, &0 00 booster! of Florida than ever. WhileI y1
Mm, Lulu Atwood, salary di rot now live in Qsceplti county,
ii11111111niii111111111 M ii M in IMIIIIII i teacher. School No. 16____ 60 00 tl'e Gazette comes to me weekly and I iNSOBflJiGE i';
Miss Klvda Uoollttle. salary, DOZIEB LEITXEB'S \
its columns with and flfiENCY
teacher School No. 16_____ 60 00 I cruse ,
-- -. Miss 1.1(llli- l>alc. sultry i: am glad Osceola county has sucha t
V-a<-hi-r. School I No 16 CO 00 good; booster and it alfo pleases 0 .
MluH l l.clhi( Kopcr HalurytiuelKT The Oldest Insurance In "1
and Largest Agency Oiceolm Courtly
tl.1 l
School No 19 . 45 00 me to note you are hammering
1. I 1. Jordan Halary.ti'lirhtT. way on the good roarK project, andI FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
School, No 20. 40 00 I IIII. I ha\e faith to believe it will eventually P14 N., Il... I 't
1 10; JamU'Hon. HillaryIcaelicr : Lear fruit and Florida LL ;
SPRING CITRUS BOOK School No. 2O_ h U 35 OoJuiinlln
Thompson. salary will have the best road system in the _ ___ __ __ --- ___- u_ - hI
teacher School No. 20--_ _- 30 011 United States and Florida will be the )
entitlwl I'rof L Hlley, salary States of all States.I C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.'
t.-achi-r. Sdiool No 2S 75 ("MI.MlHH
Full Crops Half Drops : Nt-ltti MotlKeH. Hillary. came here the last of Novemberwith
Leal ll<-r. Si liool No 2S 45 .00Minn / a broken shoulder and few .
: ( l.t-KHli lla> ... salary a The Waters & Carson
Which ? I hundred dollars and
went to work
teacher Si-hocpl) I No 40.. . 40 00\
MI'''. NellliWethorhee( salary and helped to build my house fence
tencher. :School. No 35 40 00 lot clear two farm
the for spring fertilizing description' of my acres on my
This booklet given reason Miltta( JohiiHon nnl. ta. <-.herSclKiiil
[ Sent : =No" 411 40) 00\ tract planted nineteen bushels of
formlulaato be used, the amount, time, and mod of application.
MIHH Ola (."ampbell salary potatoes bargained for nine more Grocery Company
I on request. tcaehr. School. No 4';. 40I,,\ town lots and will fence and get them
!Miss Kath,>rlne Shndouii, Hal.leach. .
IDEAL methods have made. the banner groves., .. I .S< haul] No 4l!' 4'i, -10MrH. cleared and plant sweet potatoes and 1
!M K Sears, rent schoolNo other truck, and yesterday: went to .
SEED IRISH POTATOES 1 .. _ -'n .h 10\ 00Valley Dade City and married a wife to help Wholesale and Retail Dealers in j
Choice Selected Stock No 1 1.. . __. .- 20( 00... smooth life's uneven pathway.
Will Izzard, wood. .Schl No. 20 4 00 How is that for two and'a half
Write for Tricea. KriH-Hl L Green; .'. Iab..r. School' months? Don't it look like I was GROCERIESWE .
No 1 I. 12 00\
booklets Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables. ... n. practicing what I preached ? While
Let us send you our It !i. Kvaiiw; \* .d.] 1".1N. I
.. 12. _ ._ . 4 00 I 1 don't say I am living in the best
IN ml I JohiiHuii. salary teacherSchool part of Florida I do say-I believe it .-
& TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. I (I No IMl n 30\ 00MlNH . i r
WILSON : Itt'HHlr Moil"iH. Salary is as good as the best, and I think we 040044440 000000000

Munufacturerit j It .uh't' School No I IS 45;; 00 have the best plan in the United 0 arr 4
:Iii 1111 ItlHHll' 1.IIWHOI1 I Sill.irVI. ,States to help the man of moderate 4
IDEAL FERTILIZERS I I.'," I hi ,r S..h (Hub 3) 13-4 WE SELL: 0 a' WE BUY: *
means to acquire home and
,Mlos 211 00 a a great 0 HAY, 4 a 4 e
JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1'1 of :Alan ow. HIlpplleH Kchl.No many people are availing themselvesof :} HIDES >
I IX: I Hiili ::0 2 ill their opportunity and we are grow- 0
0h +
Local Agent. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. J I. Imttoii.. Jiinltor s. hl. It; ing right along two steps at a time. +
211 on. l.tlnir. 4 Xi-! 24 siICl'HH !. I > 0FURS, )) > 1
lilitVIH;' HtlpplllH. HCtll. 1ll I Sincerely yours, FERTILIZERS 4r 1 ;
ml I I.. 47 00V (\ YANKEE NED. I <
-- -- I \ II :MaKiiiNoti' I'.. HupplleHH 4 0 WOOL, >
.:. SHINGLES 4 1 I }
hi 1 2 35 0O 4
\\*ut. r'i & 'iii.uon (Jrocory; Co.Hiipi'lli <- > 0
I H. sell, I ro .:. ORANGE: 0 *
< !F 11",,". liil.oi." HI hi No I L 14 90 THINK THIS
I MHB: | Ills ( HUir. Salarytcachir 4O 4 : 'r
111111 n 11 111111 11111111111111111 I Schl 16 tIll( da) Hi.) 25 onM i ORANGE WRAPS, 0O ALL *> '
: !:: Kti-phi I'
"" frclKht/ 22 25 4 4 0
A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. 8. L. LUPFER. John 1I11IM<1"II. painting at hool i
Vlco-Pnektent. Secretary 35 00KlHHlniin (
l lcc. WaterVorkn.. p
\\ati-r, Scliool No. I 70 26 YOU NOTHING. .:. CRATE NAILS O 0 PRODUCE. 0a
0.:11: Tiolor. all Schl., No. 1 05 There are thousamla of tiny corpuscles 0 O (
Vallc. (iuzfiti-. reports HdilNo In your blood and when they do' O 44
I I. 15 00 not do their work properly you Buffer. 1!, ? 0040404404444040 004400000 > > >>> >4l> 1 1J
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. OHCI ola llilwc.! Co., suypllreSrhuola If you arc feeling bail and get tired 1
1-7-2S ____ 26 50\ too easily get out of breath when .

1Hhollll\ ,cala, I.ucas. ICx pciim-s. 5 90 you take a little extra exercise and I We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.

'V.V Chnndler. expenneHAlicler feel that you cannot possibly hold out We give special attention to fitting: out hunting and camping parties.
n.-. . __h 12 50 to do a day's work and suffer from Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
and Dressed c. American" Sealing; Co.. scats aching joints pains In the che.t.
4. Rough
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circulars and $
School No. 1.. hhnn.h 117 60\ and balk, It Is a sign that those tiny '
Jim. Jnrm 1.. Hlcklnson. .salary corpuscles In your_ blood are not prices on fertilizers. \ egg
tmchtr School No. 12 n._ 5000 healthy You can make them healthyby
Mia lit ... ..... MR'
.try 1.10111- ..ry taking Taylor's Best Blood Medicine
LUMBER ttfch-r Hchool No. 23 _
40 00
to keep
It to
and you owe yourself :
\V. J. Sara, A 3
expenses I'hlla-
delplillt -- .h.Uoo.___. 75; 00 them healthy. This remedy has doneIt 111111111 n 1111111 HH4+-H-
Prof. c. N. Carnis, error for others, and will do It for you. .
Ocala n.u. n. 1 00 Come 10 our .tore to-day and Ret i DANCING b'
Mlns Cora I, Main, error ixpenniH a bottle and If you are not satisfied ; .
Ocitla Uh _ 1 00 with the result take the bottle back ... .
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY lit 1'''. 1. II StilTce. salary hU and get your money. EVE* Y; TJJUKSJDAY: EVENING I a ,

teacher School No. 9______ 45 00 Prlee1.00 the bottle.
Contract for placing sidewalk Your own druggist recommends and FIREMEN'S TTAT.T.. : : ,
around Osceola High School '' guarantees Taylor's Heat Blood Medicines ,
in 11 in niiii as per' ask him about It. III Illl I III I I II I I I I I II I I I I I Ml | | | I I Ilil I Illllllll




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ii ; 1 '. f /FRIDAY, 'FEBRUARY;: 14, '1913 l H


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ISOTICM OF APPLICATION F l.KT- stocks or the obligations of any u hCOrlOraUon. P. AONETvV KlMlmmeo. C., L. HYAXT ,
1111111111111111111111111.. n Jj
., and while the owner of '_ _._ ___ _"____ D.i
*. -TIO\. TKn IV\TK\T AN: INCOIU'O- ld
TIM, City Rxecutlve Committee of tho any such stock, bond or other obligation 'IN WITNESS WHEREO. Surgeon '
; 'Whit MaRl Party In the city of KMImmra nATION. .* to exercise all the rights, subscribers have set
.j i NUWAY PRESSING CLUB .. hereby call nntt provide for powers and privileges of ownership hand and ...,1.., this Tenth 'day of Phones. .
NOTICE In hereby given that the Kissimmee
and to eercl.any and all A. U-J918. 191/ v
holding of a Whlt Man's Primary th.reol. ].bru"ry. A OfAce
untl"reignQd l will apply to tho povernor votIng thereon ., B. CHA WFORD. C \
of J< power .
Flection to be hold In the city ;II'-
i. and TAILOR SHOPFINBTAILOflING. ..lmm e In compilation' with the law. or tliolatO of .'Iorlda on the 10th day To aid In any manner any corporationwhoeo PAT JOHNSTON EeL 248 Flord

of the Stale of Klorltla 'said primary or Marrh' A. D.SOUTH. ICKN 1..Uprl Patent .. .. $ponds or other obligations l\ A VANS AON1 W.

: to be hold durlno; the hours fixed, toy Jaw COMI'ANV Inoorporatlnjr under the UTJLITJb1 I are' held or are In any manner STATE OK FLORIDA. - .

-: for the. holding of olecllons: on batur- guaranteed by the corporation,' and to COUNTY OF :: 88. ;;
.. Articles of OtCIOOLA.
and Incorno D.
= Tlayr-March\ -ISIS. rlhiiomlmi -; .pid Ch.Llt..r tiled do any other acts or things for the BE) IT before m*. M. RIVERS M. 8 8IA
of which has bfen
AND REPAIRING elecllve-of .-.iI9 i y preservation protection. Improvement In and
tlon of cnndldal for city orihe'Sogr&tary of fHn-feg the undersigned Notary Public
OF ALL KINDS Hces to be voted for at the irenoralelty I of HeAd' Htato. f 1lorlda. Orenirnnemen-..the- valu.-_ t.ansuch' for-ih._SLat9 of Florida, County of Os- 1' PIIYSICIAN and SURGEON
mild City of ( stock bonds- other
election to he held In W 11. CHAWFOUD obllfatlon ccolii, p rsonMiy"a ppeardWliA4'1IW- -
Kissimmee. on Saturday March 9th.1D13. PAT .T( III N1lDN or to do any acts or dellgncd ford Pat Johnston and I'. A. Val I An- T5inc rST ocoolaPbarmic7-

Work Called For and Delivered .j. I\ A. AQNBW.M for any Much purpose.To new to me well known atid known lo mo ,l Uesldence 53
1 'h
VANI the
Neeond I'rlmnry.Provided guarantee .rformanc. by to be tho Individuals In and who ubbcrlbed 1'f1oES.

PHONE 61 that a second primary, 111if'1512M <>. INt'OII.OIATION A.'U"lOI'O any oorpor.ton stocks, bonds their name to the forego nR 'f Oilee( 18
.where necoHnary under tho provisionsof ( or .... of Indebtednessshall proposed Charter. and ACKNOWL1SDUKlt S I .s''

FRANK DUKE, Proprietor siild laws shall be )held on Hntur- !" 1 1.ITII be held by 'this corporation or In that they executed the name for .'

'in iiiiMiiiiiiiii linn I- the hlRheHt candidates where nominations "c''I'lnUtN; UTIK1TIKH cOMI"A'NYTIl manner whatever Interested of any purposes my hand and official seal ,

shall not have been made br.a undersigned. W. B. Crawford and and all .contracts, or obligation whatsoever at Klsslmme In the County and State PHYSICIAN
.. .- .- --- majority vote In the flrst primary and to enter Into Indemnity
flection Pat JoluiHton and I A. Vans Affnew aforesaid this llth day of February.D. .
I tion and at the second.c\or" primary quail- lierebv atisorlato. thorn selves together Agreements of any nature whatsoever A, lOlL H Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.RKHIIlKNCK .
such 1.1< as In
only connection with
the contract
for the of hecomlitK Incorporated or M W. SAROKNT (Seal)
vote at the first primary election purpoHo other FlIONB a:1:' KIIUIIMMBB. )
fled to obligation of any corporation ;'
under the laws of the State of Notary Public titulo at LiirKe
to oteQuallflnKlnnii .
shall be permitted \ whose stock, bond other evidence OKKICK rrorts ,
or \
of Kleelors.Those Florida. (Seal of Notary Mv commission eifI1jblc -
of Indebtedness are held by this corporation 17th. 1913.
C.W.GRIFFINStaple shall | ) plres Fcby
and llione !persons, 1.
In which
AI..IC..K or this corporation L1GHTSEY
lie pel'milled to vole at, or parllclpate The name corporation ahullbe Is In any manner whatsoever Interested 8-4 I 1 1)fl;. DEWITT T.
In. Ihe mannmment I H f. Hiiltl iri inn ry' HOlTTHKKN": ITTILITIKS COMPANY N

and Fancy .I.Ttlonn. who are white ilectois. who I.. 1"11..11 offlre and place of butil- The bufrinesH or purpose of the corporation NOTICI'I ATTAtlMUOVr.In . OSTEOPATH PHYSICIAN - I adherenr. 10. the prln- to the City of Kissimmee.Pount la from time to time to do reunty ourt. (eeoln ( uunt> .Ior-I .
iiiicanlxatltin. of 'the \\ hLt.' of OHCeola In the State of Florida ida. ..
11.11",1 / I \ an )' or more of the acts and -II. II. llourk Owrn 'r Residence Phone 274
I Mann iiiirlv III I lie ilty ..f KlMslmmee.who and It ahall have power to catabllHh things ole herein set forth I To () MrCabe Defendant. Hi-d to
and It may conduct I weil Office Phone 98
GROCERIES: an l by ( h.. lawn or the ilt\ of ."::.:1" other ofn>ei and agencies within Its hUHlnegs In other state and All 1'erHons Interested: : In the; Al>.,.i I
I Jiiwful i.It. 'tote, win. hnve nntrl aiul, without tht MIst of Florida 4
shun i. Ihi.Irnoil In the territories and In foreign coun- Kntltled Online or Anof I'hl' I..inl Itoomn 3 nni)
tii. 11I:1.! paid
>'if..l. l-Mnuai for (the>M'BIS' IIHI!' /and 1 12.who AHTICKK 2. Ir"'H. and mnv ha010 offlcn or more Hereinafter deserlbeilYou I Stale Bunk Hld'l KisHimmee i.

1..1' to and iJi<.ludIt.K Th tlt,i Ii<*ral nature of tho husln"HI I than one within and without will llkb ,. Unit mi tin. 41 h i
r..I..I..rt.,1 up noll. I
Marth 7tli l''l.l: ami, w ho pledKitheniM.lx.n or !>,U..t".H..H to he lrLISR..t.'d 1 hr ttaldC the Htato of Florida. ane may hold.pUKlmHit day of Febru' '\ ( ""I Whit Instlluled '

Free Delivery to all Parts to abld.. IIr the r.Hiilt ofsaid <> |lilt ) IH r.lows. mortKaKe convey real "Ialnlt Mm, "W"I1..CII\ In I Ill I IL B. I D. W1ENENGA
hu\ ,"', let. construct and piTsiinal property either In ) .
I lei'tlon lIod01 ,' for tlienomine. To / or out I .r 1..11 ." 11) I
I I.unty
I prlmnr\. I Ihtriof nt I lh' .'tiHUlnK clt' I 1n\ iiiii I tit I aln i and opeiate works and of the State of Florida lorld., \II ttucllmoilt l h\ II I I II! I
; .,lection I l pllltH I for I he /'aton., purification \\lthout In anv" particular IrlU11 J.u..k ; anil, that a will of Itlrlll..nt.I.I'd
of nnillilsles. u ml M oi amof Ild nisi na. 1.1 ,"s. nil Y' <>f the objects and power February 2 mIll, 111 I I.i. WIH I TKKATKI KOIl

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REAL ESTATE T" iic<|uiri'. utt n. work l"awt". mortKHfff lIlt ) menl to t1 holders of t itt ( : :, Fl.A.
and this :
chairman .seorc-tary of committee t 1.1
sell and of red stock of amount and unpaid
dispose par
cotiver, any
twb thereafter OF U" 'u I. j''I'1'; ..
m%%*%..%*%%mm*.m.m..m*. within da11 uiusiries. mlnoH mineral olla' oral dividends thereon the remaIning' .. Kxannnation' of Titles a Specialy.Notification .
of those candidates 0...
"hall'certiIY the names klmlii. mining mlni-rnl and oil .set shall be distributed. the Under 'and by virtue of H d..".-" of
INSURANCE. ,. receiving a majority vote for all h"lt.rl partition and inalu I h ,, and tiayim-nt of taxes of
", and mi'talllfcrous lands and any of the common stock \ IId.-cl ) tit
: any .I of lieu to as the the city nominees authorities of ; this oCKlHBiinmee | r<-Ht \h"Ieln. and to explore work cording to the number pro.. rata. out ;Judtcn Judlelal of lh. Olicult Circuit" of eOUlt tt I his Hcentli \,> non-roidcnu given careful

( Tciso., develop UKHa me. and to inanufiKttiii and without prterenco'Any 101"1101. In iiiM attention.J .
,partv for the offices to be voted for at for OHcitola County., und '
and all kinds of or all of said capital stork of
tht. .Mil eltv el .rtlon II be ht'Id tratinpnrt .Bald Court In nul
tn < >
K* / a cause heroin
Examination of Titles Tiu'tlittt iitnl nilti 'ralH. and flay lie In cash. or in |> .
"t pro- 'lyabl. .Ilh..r .ndlnt
:M.i'ih -I:I I I'M'' :i In .IM .1 H'' oti.1 I pilni. I when Ilufrl mill I, It.iilnu I
'' .u. i is miiMHMv this ..uniiiiit I ,... Hhall .111. iv Iii i .if 1..1 \ labor or s,'rICI-s. at a Just I ,"". iiml I Ift'itloi' I
v .1.1" :" \ | | ,If, .1 j .lt., i.l.ilin )AT JOHNSTON
\.ihi.ition IM I"
to lix. d tin' I
''III.', t lit s otlotk. I I' M on Milth' 15anil : '! 15111" 1.15.' ( ttuil I tiiiliit. 'fii anil Incorpo- 'J II .u ,1. I h., i iu-, i , i , I
Specialty. .. >|p. .Ii |"l. I _. h. I \ it'lti'l ll.UJH. 'at.I H. oi b% 1 1n I 1'1'> tt t oi'H. at lilt uI t -
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III., ., I I I. I II I I \ IV1I' I'"H""S' Of W IT.'- ill ft nil.'d foi HIII h put post -AT I IW
.mil Ilk., I Ix sln ,,, ,1" ,
th, ".1101 MI "on.I I pi t mi u v vv tl ill I ii 11 i, 'tll.i j ,", .
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Corresoondence Solicited. I 111. .....,,, III" xi ht i of 'I,11 I . : II, I \ < \ Mil I,d M VI'1.1. |ll I t' 111)' ) (It 0t: l-Miit, I and pud' fnl, at MH h linn ot. I ,I I.., ..111'1] t l Inn' .11 I Ii h. 1", ",,1, "I , "I'' .Ili/Chis, Hank Building
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tin piviin 10".1" \ i ii i.i: iIn h.'tH > I 1 II.1 I 1.1" 'I-- MA, , .
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FUNERAL DIRECTORand i )I. i I. 'j I 1lli I 1.1. !I.iiI SMI'l , Ill I ,fiI tO .'1'"' \\ilh I I .I II ,II, I \ I 11",1., I ("' nil' .

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:l1.h'i ,i'': ."..1 'I 1' i\ < '..11..1"I '1 111 t | I S I i l K I Iililll I "I,1 ,, I.I |I. Al i LAW
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II i ,. .5 'ru I I isuut. I ,1, tltl I iill'"M .. ,, I ..hii. I I I I I 11115 IN . ,: , "I'' 5 .v'7iif' "I", M and f
LICENSED EMBALMER \1. ml. I,, l I- i 'I 11' fount, ,1 I. < in, I mil I .u' ,0' .1; 01.1 ll I \\ .11"1") | | 1,1 I I '\ ISlilullit I" 1'1.1. -lx Ils. I ,",,,,, ,. '..
. .'nlH, niav floni tltnit to tlnitl I u.l< 'III I"h ., .1 . ",. 'I..ri1jltil'
tuft Hull , .
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I 1 I. . fot hi. l I tt ,1 or appoint I d, .iliti l l\ ,i "" i'I.I 'I I I I i i,1' : nin.i", ,. r ,,I Ii Inn i.iitle. < .ninifrc.II .
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J 1:1" .iti.n.. .1 l .\ ". .isi', i fit i k i: i > Ills hll"'I..H JIIt. Khal
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1 inahold IKO or I "''inn' iMi, ni, lh" s ," i n" I i.i 1 , '> AMI ( ? ;| | J LAW
inon AT
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H_____ __ _, __ ___ _._ I .. .I' .11 .ill of I. IIIKH oflillHtlg. ..& i 15111,1 an. tna. .'h'I'"IH' I I.I".H"II..I I.. I l Ion I II Ii .11..11.1,il. 1,1./ |I.| n.l. 11,1,| .1.1.! ,, \\ill, '".,In.,. ,Ill,i nil CourtHSl.lle
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.uiu for [1111. fur I on.( rnel n 1 "h.,1 HI'I.I.'I' KI I ., ,. ,
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as aa'hiKhVra: '|uaIity.Call iiml imhtF' from, ttl th.. ( .1' hnhliill .1"1:1'1' 11 ,
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I I. i 1- I I" its L I'v.n that I", p iH"I I".II""IIII"H .rl. it I .\N ,, lank KiHHimmeeJ '
for what you want III ther.KOrKUY II.' . I .I I I' -.... ,,, ,, II .llll.ptl. ll ll\ till. .inl iiiuiitUH \\lthin tin , IM. ..I..I..d at t th.. llrHt . ,'11"n of ''I I' ::1,1'1.: ; 11':1'"?,, . ,,,,, sonil -
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<'I. i II" x "ill," in Iii. ,I'lty,t atIs.xxim I ra"UI.I, ai\) ,Illll ?lull llllHllKHH of ths'fII 1'\1.IIJIWI'IN. i.lail -I" J J hIS .1 WOODHAMMIKVKYOUS) !

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I \ "I.I I.. I M 1'I i I. oi utl.-u'tiIi4e to uc.julre and -Ml.NlI'AT I : JIINS'I'ON. l ; \\1.; Illll.-II. II. llolllk > .. < \. S|.,.. ,._..r. (

I l.nK'I i. : I I I littin' :M, iln M, (1..ln.e to holtl IIHI', 0111| tali and Intioduc.. ', and :1.:1 and i': li \AS : ': \\' "hll ,h.. To, I I' .\ "I": I., I Ii. ,I. i,,:.1', .,. .,1.t , SI|| kLsitlluIiiii.s I ,

:xt, I ,, ,t |", Mtl." x to itll IIHHiKII 01' Otll r\\lH4 dlittlotte Of I II l I'I','tol H I I'. IH..IIM !I Inl I" i 4i, 'I| I n II,' ii I.. \ I s's. I ::15, Florin

II'H :MI. i ftnn, M .nn SI tt> 111..1 ,TIIItadt, inaikn. trash names. patcntH. The llrHt ilictliin, of IMi.i-tniH Hhall1i till I l.'ut. I .I,mm 'r \ ,n,1' i'I|II, I "i

. sit| I I..i, th tisI| MI Inv.ntloiiH I Impr"vl'nwnl" and pn' < 111.Id on the 25th d.iv uf :lII..h. 1 '1 1 1nnil II. 1'.1".1' i I n, v, .I. 1"

I\iK 141 4 .'u t It ',in Idl St| In ItOial i 111 .ofltieClllil with or BIi ,-- t h.vriutl.r. the annual' ..1..tllini of Y on w''III InU i
n" I n | i ,
I ill
"-I I oi' h _""I.. x I i or. dundir, lettrrti patent of the Unlt.1 lrttoiH Hhall be hi.Id at th.. print Ipalof daif I I."In I. sf" II,
um .\ |19:"| ::1.i "",
I i.iK I I; t ti.iin I :Main, .st to Hrai<1 kx .1 SIMI.H or .IH'wh'r"r oth.rwlHc.niul lite aiul plate of liUHlnenn of I the ',.r- .luilnsi, SI .1 i
5 SIll i .. .
: | I."t h | .to UHI'. fxiTclHid<' Krant.ll fourth. x I. I 0 is, MONEY
xn s 1111.111 on tht Ttiindtx ofM
11111513 I f ,
It oil'" I IM | , ,
I ''sitt.. I .Xv.nij'. f"Split I'huifh SI tox IIHI / ri'tfl.-et uf or otherwlHp tol ri II .nth v'Ilir (lfllriullls'rlelng" "I'h ! I In Inn. , "" BROKE1
I. II i I I. | | I I .
., l'u'n to aoou/lt t raduniurkH.liat.ntH 11'1"1" .I I | | 'I" |I. N..w York
null. I SI| 1 1.1| |h sill Kxtiunit Inv .u..h the venr 111141. If 101 a l.uill hll\,' I I us. I a uilt I I of I"ah" , I" , "
the " t I 'I|
i :stittt "I llitinutli .\% t' I I 1"'nH"H.I lfroecsl's and mid I a l,-gat holltlav. I tin.n on n< I- ..I.I 1111 I S I'M...1.I I I'll 1,::1.I ".., I I"H".I| I 1,4" ', 1"0",", ..o. 'I aIr,. I. .
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Hilt 1 1 tlliig > rii ik i.f r.iuntv. '
( "? i ,ulu.I,, ,I. , InIU' lllk SI.'i, I
tti. mnnufacturItiK 1. fllI. 1."I. c. $ .
I'l, ,IIIV \si full, Illllll!, Iln."I" ,. ) I> igaglIn OilY of HIINl I'l.lflt on | ,, .i'1 1niul ' ,,I "J' .
211i1| ,hIll, THOMASON.
, if L.llleKtih mlnlne' or hualntHaof K 1,11 II. 1".1/,1 S ,
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"f .11", | KlHHIMMKK.
nl\ I . .Nolth., 'aKl HKlt lullS kind ,tliaracter Hhall 11' .
'i.iiip.itiv' Tin Haid (orporatlon adopt anII of f.I"'f I lv, I, 4l.l I Il.ll '
1 1'.1't 'IOIIH will I In, niliile f I tun theilt'v .iii.l.. lo that end acliuiruhold.| own and ppropi' late Heal and Hhal adopt Mv.- > I III III ? ? "" '',," '-
mi fm jin sIde5ltktl eoiixtiint '".' of any' and all IIO.rty. assets, 1.11515 for of UH affnlrn. r..II.\I ll.BIMb.I lot" '
,"I ) ,11'1" UTOVI '' III'M 01 pun. N tr, I ,, | ShilIit, , I ,
I I I. il "t, tirultr "onlll for conxli ', kh, tiondH and rlKhtH of any and not IneoriHlftent with HH An lu-lit I l\ In. tin I 1.1, ,
I .In.1"1"1 l i" .
,'' "n.n .i.i. til.t] with ( Ii- C.n",1 by \ "i \ kl".1 or to acquire or inaugurate, of 1"0"1'1110' and Ih,' I lil's nf t Ito "I. 1 I'h.i |liii|, ?. wllItiiliBi ?' -

DIBBLE & SON pi' >]1"> I Mv "\\ In. | I. I p, tnllti'> the publication ,' ". .r dlHioK. of any other huttllli heuiirled ) 1.1'1".. wllith I) -LawH niivht 1..11' ., ,, 's I", I'I( 12. I I. Iisg 5Ill.- I

i .' l 1 Ills Not n 'HH whlih might advlnlag..ouBly I am. ndi'd or rt a1..1 an tnaht' pto "I "r In""H 1sf 1Mi \I ;
,.t :xtl'l: Hl.ll \\ltllVH to III, ,'itetrticti-d, I Oft on In coutjunctlln with the vltl.,1 I In Haiti I HV-I..UWH i 1:1"I. Si' t. -a all this '.5' \. LOUIS' A. SEARSOlil

;./" on, nl .itinitlniK, Iii th., (.rlllcatlonsin liuHtiitHRis above mentioned or which. ,, 1 12. 1:1.:( '.2. I i1. ' .I""al, H. i
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_ 'tilt )"> tin::. fti: > Kimliift .d'\Hn' apinoviil In the opinion of the directors of the I tltIl4ii I ': 7. ': '_"', I I.; anil I r'.I"'". l ". ,,li,2j,,',' I"S s .

,liv tin fouiitil, and II ; the lonipan) It would he advantageous Tti' hlKhiHt amount of 1"h'h"I""H", and |I''i.n I ol' F.III,,,, I .. ... issljui j. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT

ollU t. or th" l 'Uv C"I k for this company to ,'nKlge In. and or llabllfty to which the Corporation IUIIKI.. ::1! l J.: In 1.,1. "'.," ,l1.u.; s

,i: Get the Habit l'u\in. nt' to IM made In Certificates which a corporation of chlrachrtnlY can at any time Btibject ItH..If ..hal lost I Ida ,lu iioiillim i,, srI, IfIIl'lli' | '1 t AUDITOR

of Ind. Iit.',ln-nuu IHHiied under Chapter lawfully do and exercise.To exceed, double the amount of inpItal .aid HuhdH iMlon 111,11| |I" ii,,. "Ill., ::.1'
OFSMOKINGA 6:61: Laws of Florida Acts of 1811. at acquire by purchase, subscription I stock aulhorl"'l at Mull time. I I III.. dirk of the clMuit rourt ".r '

REAL C1GAK"OSCEOLA" l alii, .., .ll'lwlnl tlKht per cent. annual or i olh.rwlst. and to hold, own. use. 'ustlisty ." I.., lluty ..r AIIIIIISI BUM I Commercial and
'int.i , nell or otherwise dispose of stocks. A ItTI ..E N. I 9111.: lliul m'l'l'u..1,.24h" I I ; Municipal Accounting
I '..illfit'd chuCk' for Two Hundred dol- bonds or other obligations of any corporation The names and reHldentts of .tu-| pIigu: 41 Ilnl 1..k. ust

l.ux. 14th. itl.l.. to the City Treasurer formed for or ,'nKagtd In or subscribing Ineorporators 10.1 h'r Y.u .lru'. I I".ror' ,., i'iIlUirl'lI n ,. Incorporated Accountant
t. of
I I ach bid one or kinds of shares of the pear 10 tlu said the
H".1 itetompany i pursuing any mar. with the number anthorlied ; action ..n thu ruul.. tuiv,
,\1 bids lo addressed. to "Coullcl 01 i business purposes objects or opera- capital stock subscribed for I" A 1..11. I 11:, the ,tin". tlu<. 7n' International

I; of Cltj of Klailmmee, cr. . tion* above Indicated or any other by each are as follows ''iy! orr"I.I.' "113.!' nd I Ihl'h..II/' I uhflIlJll| Society Accountant
Sold at all store who I of elecIrlclty ,
want It 'il..I lily Clerk. Klsdmmee. business involving the use ,'nt will I h'". , ,. Detrit.P. .
the best for their I' 1 or other products which this Name HeHldence No of $halsw. I 1"/iilnHt you, It'r "

customers H>'or.> iur of f'ouncll corporation Is authorized to produce.or H .'RA\VJ'IO, KlKslmmee. II I... its mhaixl iitnl 1 | lhM| < h 0. lot 377KISSIMMEE
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S R any kind herein mentioned or of any JOHNSTON Kissimmee 1.1. JNUHAM' FU ILENDALE S C '
the Florida 3.330 7-9t SherlO -
Clerk of ) Kls.lmmee. corporation owning or holding- .. County. i"lorlda

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FRIDAY.' FEBRUARY, 14.; 1913 THE [ EISsi\'M"E' ,, VALLEY, GAZETTE 1! 'i\I\ '

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O following balahc on handy; ..
Revenue ;; .:,"8 88
$ $$ $ $ $ S xJIJijiiiux Fine and '
JgSMMMilini.ll.IE.XmHi $ $ ! ! ; 11 .
\ Road ...._..,, _?._-;._--.; S7 81 II I i, .
., 1 !Ii School _-__.. ..,-_.,...-..,
Convict Leue __-,_,_...,-::-
I" S. 8 .D. No.1 __.-._-_*...._ M. BREAKER &CO.
!HiHi Hitf 8. 8., D No.. I _-.",.. .-.. .
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tftf 8',8., D. N0t, f._.*,.*....,... .
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!HiHi "'1' !tftf . 1 I'
A committee representing
of Trade appeared before

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crlptlons of the local
dition that they would Do you w nTfin
factory advertisement of th

: EVERY day is a .bargain' day at this > tftf also,A appeared representative before of the the 1 I

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HiHi plained the method of . ,
,i of the subscriptions In the ii $ 1
:"" store. Our stock is completeirix Mr: C. W Ward appeared I
Board and made the Orange
tf a systematic way should be '
x i: sendlna out advertising
I every department. We can After the question
thoroughly discussed. Mr.
HiS! called A. F. Bans to the
.. supply everything to furnish 31 troduced the following Grove- ? .- - _T a

_ .' c. .'_ __ HiHi wltWhereas :
- for some time t Pa
Board of County ..
the home run subscribed for a certain
x or both the Kissimmee Valley
HiHi the Osceola Journal for "

the farm or State prospective of Florida settlers with a..

grove HiHi these courairlnK papers one* time have in
some Bargains .
advantages of this part of
showing the possibilities "'
i Hitf: 1 HiHi agriculture, rattle ralwIiiK.
vantages In an educational '
to attract settlors from .
thereby enhancing the Groves to Offer
property by reason of '

tftf Osceola Hardware our Whereas community, for and some lime
Company Hifi tiewftpaperfi. have not '
tftf formerly displayed III ""' \',' ; Money to be made in Citrus
ceola County, and
HiHi Whereas, the Onceola. .
!tftf seen fit to devote a .... . business in Florida now.
tftf tion of KM columns to r
of the conditions In the P
tftf HiHi the official acts of Its .
rendering the paper rather the following properties
tftf than an advantage to the
couraittnK rather than ,' .' '
HiHi migration and prices with property
you "
Hi Whereas, both papers ore
ed by non-residents or at v
$ $ $ $ $ !Iili! $ $ $ !Ii $ $ $ $ $! $ $ $ $ ! ! $ : who community have but and recently who are..,. and be'yo.ur own judge t tp"

with the conditions and
I community therefore be It -- ; ,' I,
Hesolved by the Board .
CommlsslrtnerH of Osceola (' Orange Grove. A twenty acre tract located on y ., II
\" : 11. Weaver, carp pauper and L. II. InKrnin. costs In County thdo. not deem It wise ,
roceedings of the I burying sumo __nu_. 17 60 Court ....n._.____. _u_._ 66 76 the .subscript) lone. to these grove in full bearing, marl road, two miles from depot on i\ i
1? 1.. ]I-cslcy. fgt. and ferfir._ 18 HII O. W. Ann ton, Basse nger pay under existing ""' """ St. Cloud
II. Ingrain, payt on mulcB-- 200 21i roll 30 87 Upon" motion duly ." ,' miles from Kissimmee. Property Jis good ','., '
Aaron Haas, road' work ______ 20 00 One-cola Journal printing ____ 37 66 lutions were unantmoiiHly. ... cottage and out-build house and three-acre orange grove in .';
County Commissioners Osceola Hdw. Co mail .Keody KisH. Valley (Jaretto legal ptK11 OUO. Clerk. was Instructed to / 1'
| Creek bridge> ....__ .__. 26 Iili K.: I'revatt. coats. In Circuit the mlnnleH of the meetingMr well of water, con- bearing. This grove will yield from ,,
________ _____ .1 I II Keesithen, , .
:M. J ]lllcka visits to priori 11 00 Court .n. 779 65 school and-churches, rail- 1000 to 1200.boxes of oranges each ?, :
(J. N. Combs> wltnen tee ____ 2 00 the/ I'.oanl. and stilted that ..
,' Kissimmee. Fla.', } ,'b. 8. A. U. 1918. Waters & Carson Oroc-pry Co. St. Cloud Tribune, 200 subs. __ Go OOV wrltlnK; for the Valley < within 300 yards of prop- year. Sufficient land cleared and in "
_- The Board of County Commissioners. muie feed .unnuu 148 29 \ ood ba in & Jenkins, blue that lie Mild not recall 1
lln and for Osceola County Florida, C Hllckles bridge", lumber __ 236 29 I p, Isle of Co road _u_._____ fi 0(1I" having; b.I made upon sell for $7,000.00, on very cultivation to increase grove to twelve i
met In regular session. o.n the above John 1 I'avts. Bupt Poor Farm 40 00 > J. Johnson road work .___ HOC* <"ominsHlf! < IH at any time/, terms. See this property or fifteen acres, and at same time can l 4
flutf. there being present K. L.. Lesley KlHM umher I Co lumber h. 14 12 1- Yates, road work -- -- 37 75 Cnpt.. Hunter, tlun / ... / .
Chairman, Haymoiid Lrfinlcr A. 1 K. Ien ).'. P I'arkcr coifs In County (I L I I 11 IiiRrnm, board prisoners; ; 29! 211<> the Hoard a ml offered .the be yielding any garden truck desired.If h'. 1'r:
_B...... O. It. HUMS and1'. F \V..Jk'r.Comml..lo.r. JlldKc's' room - _ .__ 2 18 j I '1'blull Fertilizer Co. ______ 198 75 of liiH eompanv' In "" in search of that will : 1.
[ .. W J Sears, Ally for (' F l're\ntt, >'I. In County MIK Jam- ,'''''''OIlS, care pauper 9 50 tie I tick III I IHreoIrt C'OtintV. Orange Grove. property }.,' ) (
tin BOArd and J. L Overslr. 'et. Clurk. Judge's: : ('': Jr'O; - . SO CO I \hunter Lund, ,. ro wot It on (tin "iiiinnlHslcini, I-B xtl.,. results now, and at all times while \ ;
Tin' mlnuti ** of the last meeting were TIf Mitt phv. coMK In ilisanllcase (> I! road and lumber _ ____ 5CO t>4HariMy thanks t I.i him for, ItiM, .;",,, grove, half in bearing or
end, ) and approxedTh . 27 551 I John' sun, road work _ i 9 OOVN anil Htnted that they \\nilld 1 1 the other half in while extending new grove, investi- : ,j, ;
following I'lllH were examtiud.ppruved K 1t Johnston. *Hal) an auditor D7 ItO'' C tnburn.. work on pitorJot t.0f.r, \\ith him on Ih. young gate this. This property is convenient '
and \vurtants ordered drawn. II kV II I llrew <'0 blanks, for .- KIIKw, ) urk on poor farm I Mt \1rl.. e KiiniKoii, iipp. coming into bearing, con-
,,2 L Lesley, Com 2 met $ S (do! Ciniiit.IIIIf - -- 2 2h* I II. i It 'I l l-U'lliirn, Hurvfjlnff", ___ 13 08i tin Hoard anti, pn. milted I to town, has marled road on one side t "S .f 1
Jluyrnond l-uinler. Com arid, mil. h no! I 1. II Ingrain, rate of jnll .- 12 50 i,1.Nr M urn. 1111"," Co mdn to .poorlium HHkini' Ian T I a < hang In II. ' oranges, grapefruit and end. Price .
K BA".. Com. and rnIL. .?_ 12 00! iL II lllKI'ini, (HmtH 111 County I 1 _. _ __ __ 40 10 1'pinlph, . i II "Paint, rued and' One of the very best one $4,200.ORANGE ; i
It. 13,...". Com and mil _u 17 no Court 740 I| 1'nid( warrants w t-rc ordered cnnceli mlH tiiiH t toM\ him that t
\F Walker Com and. ifill. 20 Oil( I. ''oyemtri et, court eost; SO 28 i ]1,1] from the \aiioun funds. as follows: matter tiiulii Ipi\ieernIit.I offered in Osceola county. GROVE F" y.
J Hears, legal advice. _ _ 20"4 1.1 I'1 U..Iger; Hal and 111101IH \'.. IMMI- ltru,nu-------------- 1644 26 '11t upon salt) matter an .... railroad station. Twenty-acre all 4t
H. UJIBB.,. Janitor _u ___ _ 40 00( \ 1<- IiK33 I load . .u. ;i34 14 receUed an opinion. from Price orange grove, un-
1.. \) Overstrcet Com & mil G 00 <3co. K latkir. sularHH Co KMe and. Forfeiture1163 !9'1' \ttv.\ saidtt. \ \VIIM ""( ,, Terms on part of pur- der good fence. Railroad runs ,,4''
8. I'earce. Coin A. mil.. .. 2o 0(1 I Judge. 6 ln> H _ 6 00 | The Collt-rtor'a license report howt a partial .tips\I'II\ to the )""
!la.. Tel. Co.. phono rent .. ._ 260 T. !M. !Murphy. Hal.\ Co Judge., 20 0(1( I. d $12 00 Jcm-ral. collected/ iin'tl w hlch the load. would run through grove; station adjoining f 1.
leery JSulllvan, maintenance.- 00.hlon 1I."dyC..m.TBxC..II"'lnr 63 M $90011; ( Auto coll.TiedThe Information. could not, be property; good school and church
fi \.,. >\. pay roILn___ SK4 7BrV .. lldw <'0 repairs, rlnnul 1 16 Collector'n poll tax report showed lit her \\ )HeV
a. Maklnson Co road, sup._. 44 10 11'1.1 Ijllpfor com aB tread 8C Mt. I $77 00( collected. \ J K. IA'' ''. C'.unly11' Grove; consisting of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. All ;I'I'I
k" laa. Wttfeoii Wk. road s1 V.__ 1 75 Crosby, wk on road 63 OO TinTreasurer's. report showed. the hit opinion, IIH to the. care' and 3 that be "' t
]pllupre. which WBH .. .: acres late Valincia crops can grown in Florida
I Information ,ami a '.....n"'''. : located in Kissimmee Park, do well on this place. If you desire ; '
IliK of K 1. Lesley, A !I"'
I Italmond I.anler wan "..".. side of Lake Tohopeka- a home in Florida write or call on us . '.j f

fer bClt with> Council the committee on Hume to h, planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will. not be on '.<
The CnlllllItq was 12)H.. land well)) drained. This the market long at the price named. ', : <1
I rules ,and) .
draw Ret of
UK to the care of paupeiHThe offered for $4000,-$2500 This property we are offering for a r :

I i Business and Banking rotmiilKNloiiH( matter WJIK of also County.... I in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell as a :;. -ti

County Att> Will increase in value I whole or divided into. two parts if ,.' '"
.. The line and forfeiture desired. '
about $lillMil( .( ( short the "
structed, by the Hoard to N f { x
n"HJI"r 00( da>s. t :;
J K. Milliard( Mr.
,- Should always be closely related, and the financial the Hoard and requested DO YOU WANT A HOME OF YOUR OWN? '. '
clear, the .
effort to
institution that can afford the greatest accommodation -' an sun Carl Milliard and up. naked have never experienced the'pleasure of having a winter home "f 1) ?

offer a reward of tlOOOOO() section of Florida, a little place you can call own had L ,;
to its customers is an assest to auy com rest and conviction of thev your you .

munity. or parties.Whereupon. the Board. busy, as the longer you wait the higher the price you.will have ".: ' ,

; Clerk to tAke the mater. .
choice properties like the 1
Oovernor of the State of following: .'...ffi.'..t.J>{! I{;
An institution that has at all times exerted .
inrniiv the falls In the ,; ';*" ,,"rii4 q,
q'ttl;. r to tT..rntor'. .-$3600.-New, modern New, modern six-room bungalow/ .' 'r : c
every effort to accomodate and please its patronsis lArge a reward an possible. ; )
The Board then I cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water, i

found in the I'. :M. electric lights, beauti- electric lights, tiled bath room, two

Th.C".rt. ron\ened. mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. Located -
I. all officers present
Upon motion duly .Be 'mdcd House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- i
W accepted
Citizens Bank following. fixtures for in.' Ci occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of 14

us per, bin agreement, : I : on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice i
wide shelxes and ladder. for :
desk for Clerk's office $I ; trees. Located in three:

of Kissimmee Cafe..fll.....and$19"fixtures 46. .Holler for hook blocks of the post officer, new six-room cottage, bath

vault as .per specifications, $ ; Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, located .
adding" mathlne No. 14 R, $1
"."' merit, for name to be Call and let on fine corner lot 74%x117 feet "

four equal pa> inentH to be you this beautiful home. on Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A
Four Sly' and sight months
of if desired. nice comfortable home. t
pOur of agreement part purchase Price $2400.
I'poii motion duly ...... I e
Hoard accepted. H. J No. 309-Splendid new six-room

paint the Court House roof .-Close In home. This is house, just inside city limits, fine deep $. '
of $I21i (0(1( said O'QuInn' j
past years of satisfactory record in the financial fix the roof and I punrantee house of five rooms and well, lot contains two acres of ground, 1

to The leak.Clerk was .. .. .. modern conveniences, on' "good new barn, wagon and buggysheds
world stand out as a tribute to our efforts in this sectionto the property holders along 75x120 feet. Within two all under good new fence. Fine

I Orlando road an per plat Broadway. House furnished '
to make location for small truck garden or I
furnish a financial institution that would at all times County Surveyor
Tier their agreement and ", ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine proposition -

give the greatest aid to the. business concerns in our midst him at following incr.The without the expendi- where you will have the freedom '
of the close
country, yet enough ,
above the

I and at the same time be as conservative as necessary to of the"January Jovernor County 20 was('.1913.. read .'- we offer money the property for. I to city enjoy, such as all splendid the advantages high school of, best the

, safeguard our interests. We call attention to our com Count> (Jentlenii-n. I including furniture. markets, churches, etc. Price $1750. d
copy of a communicnt C --
master CJeneral and the ..

parative deposits|for the time that we have been in exist ceived Afcrlrulturf b\ Soyernor of the I'nlted IHl<- : I KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." .; P'

I we* UN ago ,and I undlHpoHed(
ence. l time. of his retirement. from the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located ..
"Kiom. said .. .. I k; t
notice. that the Kcderal ( ,
prepared. to Hpr-nd the Hum (jr .
H-i Hand doll.irx In tmproIntr CREST is situated between Emn.elt and Mabb tte slreetoverlook-
Comparative Statement of Deposits road, in the State of Florida. r
milij (1"mpg o\er the entire and Lake and is bound to become: one of the best resident sub- ,
f which" 1 tin re Is dellyet\\ ,
t rural ( iirilers.. upon the (' ", ( Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs; w
Commenced Business April 2. 1910. '
I tbe :State< or local MU \
of vlll orange' to spend are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people -
twenty, thousand dollars ,
provement and will ",1\ .. high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land 'fi
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' .. $120,244.43Dec.
Dec. 31 1910-- ------------------- -------- ffliarantee that their
cost will be metAl real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots 's

1911 172,260.28 made" anv you know provision this for Slate the Call early and get your choice. Prices ran \$70.00' to $100 per : '
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lion of highways. by the $ of
will notice that the ( payment.
268,382.44 'quested to have a suitable. 0 '
Dec 31, 1912 ------------------------ lected for the contemplated
ment. If your Hoard Is. LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. y
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this project and so desires /
\ ; i submit an application for tI..
of $10,000.Hi( upon condition every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga. \1 :

County will add $20.00000 / \ nice high lots, near the lake, which we are offering at prices j'
I amount. This application ,
1 sent to m.'. but .should be See these, lots, get our prices and terms on them before ra
to the Postmaster Oeneral
location for home.
t on a a
Secretary of Agriculture of
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Statea and should contain a r
t to the route and roadway .
DIRECTORS; would have Improved ''r

7, ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President P K WEAVER mil means.same I to will.the In Secretary dun }
ii tfUr E
Donegan, II. M. PF ANN, let Vice-President ture at Washington. As It I II t
I' C. W. DANN, 2nd Vite-President der the law the duty of the BREAK R CO.II
' A. W. WINN L. H. COHOON Cashier and necessary Is difficult investigation for me to to M. & J .

; President F.: w. IIILL c. D. CARROLL a mPI't.l'g; road for the Vt ,
Vans -Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys. to suggest that \ \
Santee department maKe the BUILDING .. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.
You will notice that the ,

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I .I '. Thia'is far from beingati\ -'" I I II | I I I Broadway.
y 'It' .avenue. ." 'Itru k farms., ,\
.{ factory to the teachers or patrons. .Small .
The board, will discuss the matter at Classified Advertisements jj jjd 8-ltpd; Mrs. E. E. Went
i v the next meeting, and it is expected .11. -
.. L that some action will be taken ..
You 1
I tlre'r.te of al.e furnished
,.. I learned this, aead LIST your housed >room, ,
William J. Bryan,, School; Auditorium _rtlo.. lands''for
| Peals Vr L.lD.'F!r Ears!: In and trucking .rent with'Mrs.

,- know '' e I afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21. ._ . . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . I. IIIIII fill I' 'E: E. Wells.- $-1tp(J
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=fc= a2=: Senator II. J. Drane, of Lakeland, FOR SALE.. FOR SALE-One good exceptional WANTED-Six or seven room hou.
I'was ii -ihe-ei ty., vil1jt'orne -+. --onehwork. horse, one for a permanent renter: South,
\ T ( to tender his services to C I), FOll LE..PuTIbR: ] -R: 1''RedsL woods"'rider's" horser .May"-,be-fleen -"closeinAddress,-E.i.fX_,Box 6LKlssimmee.

us Kime, whose mother was killed Tues : eggs for hatching,. 15 for $1.50. C. at 67 Oak street._._8-u: \_ y jj f!
day night by falling from train No. 11. Blanchaine._ _
I 185,. a few miles below Kissimmee. I RENT-Commodious FOR SALE-:Thoroughbred Fawn and LARGE CO-OPERATIVE Colony hO'j,
I Senator Drane Is a friend of theyoung I FOR SALE verandas, White Indian Runner Duck Eggs. organized near Tampa, Fla., ne:',
man, and he felt it his duty family-residence.wide fllowing.well; GO $2.50 for 15, by mail .J2.75; leave town being' built, lots and' land at'( '
where the body with outbuildings, R. S. Floyd's grocery usual cost. For
j to come to Kissimmee, under cultivation orders at a fraction of infor.mation .
was prepared for burial, and give the acres of land Hammock, portion Love, Kis- store, or address Lock box 435, address N. R. White Cry:

I. comfort and assistance of his pres at I la. Apply to A. E. Kissimmee, Fla. 5-4t tal Springs, Fla. 7-8t, pd.'
left bn the simmee,
ence. The funeral party .
I, noon train for the North, and Sena- Drought. _______2-tf__ I FOR SALE-Well established grocery TOMATO PLANTS for Salo.-M.7 fa \
tor Drane returned on the next train SALE-$3500 will buy a valua- business, enjoying good trade; best Casler & Son, Lock Box 115, Gardens "
FOR excellent location I
of reasons for selling; corner Bermuda avenue
South. and
of KUsim-
,. ble in the heart
\u property rent. Full particularsto
ma cent. cheap Oak street. i'-4p
about 14 per I
a Sl'hoollJdilor- mee, now paying Nelson Realty
William J. Bryan Enhancingin i interested parties. I
I ium. afternoon of I'riday. 21. on value the above H. M. Breaker Company._ _4-tf HOUSE FOR RENT-Special price, ,.
every _
39tf I 00 to all summer or all the year round
& Co. FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land occupants. Miss Daltna Graham '

.. . Proceedings of the I j FOR: SALE-One Ii h. p. Gray engine atf0.00 I In East Northwest On Vine Kissimmee stree. Suitable, fronting for 116( Mabbette St. 7-Stiw!
$75.00; one 4 h. p. Bajber engine
.- / //I" I, dip I $<; Both in good shape. F. I, small fruits, vegetables chicken,farm.general If MEET me at. Kissimmee Dee '
County Commissioners 49-tf ; trucking, dairy or and we will get a drink of tll
;r ,ro.r Vans Agncw I sold quickly, will take $750.00, soda water made. 31tt
I ORDER YOUR trees ai once from which is less than the city assessed -
!r/ll' \ Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, sales- valuation. (I. . Kribbs, Kissim- .William J. Iry.n. School Auditorium :
t, 1.I..S, |".l.,. . III,' rem|pnu 1011'0' .r mallng man/ room No. 1, State Bank Building 40tf- mee, Fla.- -. afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21.

We are Mary Jane & her Lamb. Each week /uiK, Hit twit' Hclfdliiii III., I I'. .1 and, ,al BUr ulaeernI \'l.liiK the __ I FOR I -TsALE-First Class Al Ilestua-
I .mi,,, iilill. MS1MU .I Httntllll onimillll- FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 reinforced rant doing good business. Best location -
r for a whole year we shall greet you In this i ."in,11, to. nh Hnniil. of c'oil nty'' Ooni-. cement fence posts and U.>0 ,I in town. Reason for sellingmy FOR SALE
,, of II :Still Ttilx nn aim
MII--- IK B. Jarrcll to look
. fence posts. A. undivided time required
with a Smile. We are happy ", t. "I., Inu Ih" 1111.11.I befuu the Rf..r'I cypress
paper-always t t11 gl\''' <*ach Kisaimmee Drug Co. after property interests of other
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I because are with; the Best Store .In thecitythe ; .0u.,;n11:: ;:ul, :equal.. :oppollllullt I"" ' to nrnllIf.I !I parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- 1 S-acre tract for $500.
we ral'h
"I' tho .f4! r lade h the SALE-2 h. International' 3-tf
t FOR Fla.
, the hurt line renn p. simrm-e, 2 tracts for UQO.:
nod fol -acre
sells ""all wool"clothes ;" '"'" in good
store that you ,.. Thal' Ih n"\l'r".')' tram .nil' hndt- Harvester gasoline engine, :,
wool. Our .1 .". nI.., ...I I narrttelnfng what; 0",1' running; order. Will sell at a sacrifice FOR SALE-Laigc size billiard table 5-acre tracts for SHH10.)
l when they say they are II.., III I ,. ,Inan1i.i Slat.,, .t1.11t,1,,red, I h I,,'.,m"1'Ihl.. "1''"ltl\hl"1, if taken at once. Apply 37tf at with full eqiripntent. Apply to 18 5-acre !racts for $1J&0.

store people are happy because they havea I\?. .? ,,',11,. ,,uls..1'al 'lc'I'runnn' t tu1 Xiaiette: !' office ---- -- | Frank. Vans Agnew.. 3 70 acres for JlOO".
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clear conscience. They'll greet you witha I ,-.<.M iiK.lloli. dull. Reroud. il I I IKI "KOK( SALE" Bejrpar/ weed seed l Oc' FOR-) SALE:: --Four good: mules. J. W. 'JOO acres with fine orange and grape.
11.1 I : 'in'l" IK tad l tin ('Irene) In \\111"1 per Mi Velvet beans $3: .00 per bu., Miller: It!. fruit i grove, $.'((5 per acre.C'OITACJFS .
i smile from behind the Counter. Come tot ,th,,. i.i;"\tiinM unit tniiU' nppllcallnu| ... ( Tom Watson and other varieties of :
l iini' 1,1 fll' noil mi uixtnu nil ")1''''*' :13'
convinced that will sell -II I I I. 10'1'' ", in..,Unn, a. to tinnuiHi |tear-I" : Watermelon] Seed 50c per lb., : FOR RENT. :
and be we .
of honorable business'
see us I1' 11 I i?wl i iI I. I yearn
I 1',1.,i hud. if "'1111'' I".lt.... \SIt1t1" I' -. is our foundation for success 1 i-mom. cottage with 2 lots, $800. '
y you only reliable merchandise.H. I: r-. .iTll" I I* I' UtK .It* Hllllll,.. .. I-- I or FOR RENT-One store building on
"l aunt, . .i'\ ,il. and your guarantee; proper house
i mi 10''? .1 i pin < Broadway; one 9-room!) ; one
tppln| ItlllM. far I'. IISl.,11 CM.II I..i I IMi 1 tic-atmriit Cirardc-au I; Seed ('n.,
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t I C. S T A Ii fOR D COAP/l/IY. Indi I ,, Inn \\'nrritisjis. pt 'M' ntd' :\lolltl".Ilo. 1 Fla. 3-llt: (>room residence. ; one 4-room Willson house. 1"i-roiiii! collageith lot 75xl47H;;
i i Id .Ipplevd| ... . in .1... 1", in I - -- MRS E 1WELLS: ,
\.r<.ll\ 'F'lll.ll.. Illlllll llf. I E"",.1, ItK I F01-: -S.\LE--T'n: head of good log-rirniK Building 1-tf<; c'lci-tnc lights, hot and cold water,,

," ,t'r,, i NltP1 I \\Nos' II ".r'ulmllnd'a". 1nd and and M ally) "hv'111InM i I.n. mules. We have only ten leftS barn, nice yard, close. in, $2100.
.. .d llmu out mules on account of log- FOR KENT: OR SALE Two-story
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:Not ii Tul.lli' .. .l.oiul, I of. I I .I.tini.m with Hkidder Any one wanting store building on Brack St., NorthKissimmee. iinrsEs:
liuiMin will j.O ,ith the' lot-, it is -l. with flit .lohnxl'iii. iiinl I"I' ,,7; irinjr 29tflWEIJJNS
II. C. Stanford
SCHOOL BOARD AFTER unili" i-toiiil. at Pl IIMMI and the Single't.u \\ .14'11 i ,'i .lIt Kill, 11 I. ... w .IM x alllr.,, a I ll"t l l.1Ifp' good mules at a bargain; will .- - .--- 1 Id-room I ( house; modern, close in,,

,y lot I i- held at xl: l iron 'I'his will\, The' 'd r..II""lnL: I. qu.l| t ..II. l I. tall I, ,.l d.! \\ ,.11 to tall on Kissimmei1 us. At mill AnsleyLumber eight ; for rent, opply to !'II. $:-i7o
SIGHT fOR SCHOOL mall a total "f ;"",. run fur f the !rte upi I ii I ii' I r, 111wii ni:Hi. I io.-all Indsfrom TillerKOI . 1 \12.'oo1l, hmi'-c1. mcxU-rn, clone in,
.. .. A. Tic Co 3 If
I n l Nhh I In alert i dIthel i -i heal. I bulld- 'I 1'hIl i:. t II h., i II.; ,. ,1,1, , nlnnnJ i I i II.' I ,
, ,,, elnl ,..r II i ,itl t1"bus,:
nIg i 1'111'I i.tli I hurling-i J tin (1 u 11'' hplnl..rt .\>.\, I I'1.r\ Km.II Idl III 4 wnpL I< 01",11., .,, ol, I i tI OO . . . fl l'N1.A;!' modern H-rno.n: flat . ,
WILL I'HOHAH'! .1' HI. ) | \ :.III* "nut allllllol,. us lumber, I llli .il,. "i" i I elms II':1' : : ,, ,if :-1 1 I.' I i'l' h f with all city conveniences" Apply I s loam" house, "HHt.rn, clone in,
\t"II.N MKKIIM.TO I : :' ; ..,,01 tin.\ ,iouliln'1. \i-iv, sell-Gu'torily| i -<. H.i f 'r..\. .hie' { _'. :v I;:.ii. I Ii.i .:. W.inti'il To iric'spopd!! with <. to \\'. 15 Hams Cuvette; office tf ,,,''"''ill.ill'.", lint( < IJ.O)
:M\T: .
TAKE.Nr: ..
l, 110. Inn or "ru. I 11.III- ii "I I ii -
In wlt'd| ;| | to si hool puipct.s, altlinu .. *
CLOSE TRANSA"I'10yReahzing : : : | fi" M \,101h, aft, 1 illli. Innad) ], I r11I,4i Nla : p'I I in Florida i .
I -li that." has horn a guggeslionthat 1..1, .. 1 'ovpd. .! \SK;
" : t iPils l improved or uiiimpi ,
1 the might It lidllC' H II 1.1I001a" I',llt. I Is 1,1": r !pr .. .!. MISCELLANEOUS.:
ut,,11, il t a > PHI\ t ,m 'th 1, I: i rat. h : ',11,11,8'' '" tI.\Ing DM Improved ..
the necessflof! |providIngmore 11 will h.- picttx general) agreed, 01"i|"I'"islnii pill I i"., i I'l, .:. dad ail! other MiiU-il to (':.trus. I R'Alllthe: tuner! Oilanclo Mrs. Mary SummersL
t loom for school aciommoda ,no, doubt, that the sijjy! ; is desiialtle <'olllll\ ,II. \ollll 'lll,1 .,.' ., .1 I'. II.''I'. ., .G fruIt and \c' c'talilos. lme land *5" _u_ -_. -
tions, the school board is negotiating and that II is absolutely necessary. ,I'lnu" lonipliliil' ' 1 .rn .< "iilitiu, I -,> 'Hiiiitioni .:. or rianimok, prairie or murk r inlaiKi < 1---. OPPORTUNITIES:: irine. COTTAGE
_ :inI. prolll on r f'''' I .'. (i;.01() )DKN/; ( -
of the site to hate mote room for effective work ( small. tracts Prices
for the puicha upon 'I'hr I.ulc no fuithii Inl.u- Hi. : or limn tune to tune to acquire \nlu.ilili -
Ir which the Methodist Church and parsonage in the schools, l'Iw,:, are two o\ci "I',"iril ,,nljoiit I in ilI .:. .11.,,01 terms, i right. Nc'.ir 'WInul.- .':. ,' loland t tracts in the growingrite f dK !IVnTulclte./ .. Near Clyde.
stand and the lot adjoining flow glades at present" sonie of the _.J I I.'I'H__. : l.l"l I .| c '|1."i, ,Kilb.un .:. ."",1 :and in Ill .'ounlrVI'lt" .> of St Cl, ud at bargain
which ib now owned Ity I;. W Single pupils, h"II1ghou..cI. at the t Seals iesiclenci Schimiuditor .:. Jrr..A. O'llorn, Whittior, Tla UK- I IresA. E;. nufbt I ( St. pricesAd (Cloud ( Iji'1'' the' M-roml street went of courthouse
\\ J. Ir\an. -
taiy on Mam street burl some of (. O 2-tf Ic-ailing xcnith.
The church and the parsonage them in an old building )Darlington ium, afternoon of Friday. IVb 21 .OOO. . < . > A <* > : Pla
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I I Don't Miss the Place---Look For It Until You Find It Remember---This Clearing Sale Starts Saturday, Feb.15. '



J The Bargain Trumpet Will Send Forth Welcomed Blast and Again will Herald to You the Most Sensational. of all Great Sensations!


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I 15c Towels, large site, these CJ /*

\er>'. nice; sale price \J\S
with the Van Dyke points in la\\ns -
and nets. Absolutely/ 'the latest jabot KISSIMNAIE6. FLORIDA 2)c Towels large sire, Flesh Towe

styles. Beginning Saturday, February 15:: the Entire: Fall and Winter Stock Consisting, of Sale amt! plain price3S(1 l I C


Jabots, complete _- .. ._ .. 25c Large size Dalh Towel and Linen
Wonderful at the price. will I 1 140; at the Close Out Price of 60) cents on the Dollar. Funge
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Natural Linen SAILOR COLLAR with
I -- 50c Extra large Bath

ties, complete __ _ 25c Towel.! Sale 3 3 C
.n '- where
New Store price
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Once The Greater York can
With the new squar-e ellect', just the 500 Men Wanted at you

thing for Spring wear.WOMENS' Secure "ALCO" Clothes I5c Pillow Cases, good quality 9 C

vi' Sale I price __ _______ __
SKIRTS which are Nationally advertised and sold all over the country from $20.00 $22.50 $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00. Must be sacrificed at once at $11.75

$3.50 Skirts go for. 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 Sheets, full size.
$ 1 49 44
Sale Price I _u___ --- Sale, price un ____ C

$5.00 Sale Skirts Price _go__ _for.. 2.49 Novelties by the dozen in charming little conceits which will make this coun ter a center of attraction. Inexpensive' little pieces as well as the handmade -. I 89c Sheets extra size,' best quality;

laces. A display all Kissimmee women should come in to see. Sheeting, bleached

$7.00 Skirts go for 3 49 Sale Price __ 69c

Sale Price __ In justice to yourself you should shop here for Spring Wast Goods. !I the stock to suit you. Our White Goods, Wash Goods and Linen: DeparlF.asler nnu

$10 Skirts go (for. 4 9 9 is. coming soon but no matter whether you wish an Easter Dress a ments are stocked to their full capacity with fashionable fabrics for every $1.50 White Bed Spreads, nice q lilY

Sale Price _. ___ _'. White Dress a Wash Dress a Linen Dress or a Wedding Dress this store has I occasion; at prices so moderate as to surprise you.DON'T ,full size, _89

$12.00 and $15.00 Very Fine Silk DRESS GOODS Sale Price _un______ C

to go for. We have a few pieces of very nice

Sale Price 6 98 Lmeij Table Cloth that formerly sold

REMEMBER THIS CLEARING SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, FEB. 15TH, AT 8:00:: A. M. SHARP for 50c and 75c yard we % Coffer C

Beauty Aids and Toilet ArticlesA in this sale at-___ 4 J


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? Massage Cream Cream uuUU u __ -_ __ -__.h._ ._ 50c 50cBeauty Till: fiRE A TER NEW YORK STORE Trunks, Suit Case*

Myrrh Tooth Paste ____________ 25c
and Hand Bags
Shampoo Jelly. _____ ___uu- 35c
Deodorant Toilet Powder u____ 25c 4

10-oz. Can Talcum Powder un 25c Next Door to Fraternity Hall Kissimmee Florida I AT COST !

;'' Bath Powder (perfumed)______ 50c -,


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