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 21, 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: VID00582
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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Il ",0tOCK: ; THIS AFTERNOONAS j THURSDAY'" SHORT The wind blew and"the rain fell The Valley Gazette is in receipt ofa ADOLPII ROSENBERG ASKS FOR COMPLETE CHANGE MADE IN
Wednesday night with the fury of a ,
marked of "
Out In North Ki i hrimee graph, published at Lindsay, Cal., ''
winds blew one of the electric light sent by G. S. S. Rose. The Citrograph .
,I. wires down, and sometime during the contain this item: TO KISSIMMEE.From ELECTED TREASURER. er

It I Fi dliam J. Bryan will deliver hia I Tho race for Mayor has taken on night a old negro youth, about seventeen "Florida grapefruit is selling in San -
}lefture, "The Signs of the Times" at new life, the galvanizing years hold passed that way and Francisco this week at $4.50 to $6.00 f!
the School Auditorium this afternoon' having been brought about by procpss the;en- ,caught of the wire. Most people per box while California grapefruit is time to time the'' matter of A complete change was made in the
at 2 o'clock. |,trance of J. M. Taylor and Dozier I. know is what happens when a live wire selling for $3.25: to 44.75. California getting factories located in Kissim official roster,of the Kissimmee Board '
Leitner Thursday morning. caught in friendly grasp. The ne- lemons are selling in Dallas, Texas, mee has been discussed in the Kis- of Trade Monday evenin&then the Y
Mr. Bryan arrived this morning and 'gro died-for the time being. Along for and simmee Board of Trade but the annual election of officers took place,
Neither of the candidates had know- $7.00 $8.00 per box. probability ...
was met by lion. C: A. Carson, at I I in the
early morning James Bratton resulting as follows: President B. C.
has seldom t
getting a factory
whose home he is being entertained, ledge that the other was going to announce Thisrshould} be encouraging news to
I I passed that way// and seeing a live been brought before the Board in such Miller; vice president A. S. Nelson; ,
and he will be introduced by Col.\ Andrew so it can hardly be regardedas in Florida Johnson
I the grasp of a dead negro he growers. Transportation definite shape as it was presented secretary, Claud F. ; treasurer
Johnson. The preliminary exercises -I thinking a frame-up.for Mr. Taylor had been I telephoned for Dr. W. L. Winn and charges/ make a difference in the price, Monday evening by Adolph Ros n- Dr. W. L. Winn. ,
will be brief, for the some time of making the then ,
Very telephoned. to the'electric The election without
plantto was exciting ,
I of course, but Florida fruits berg g
o'clock.I race, but did not make his are being
will leave the 4 announce-
speaker on turn the current off. Before Dr. phases, as the parties elected
recognized in the California markets Mr. Rosenberg, who is proprietorof
train for Ft. Meade, where he has an :, ment Leitner until had Thursday been considering forenoon.the Mr. Winn arrived at the spot Mr.. Bratton as they have not been heretofore: the New York Store, has purchased were the only ones nominated for the , ; .,
engagement to speak this evening. ,I matter witnessed a sight stranger than that a skirt manufacturing plant at positions. There was a very good attendance .
for about
Mr. Bryan comes as the third num- a week, he says, and which hcd met his vision when he of members, whose interest
Bridgeport, Conn., which he is goingto )
]her in the Chautauqua Course, which'was reached the conclusion that he wouldrun first saw the negro and the live wire. AVIATORS WANT TO move to Florida. The factory was thus shown in the event, but there'

opened Wednesday evening with i making .his announcement Thurs- When the' current was shut off he would. employ a hundred hands, he was no competition for the places, ';
the Chicago Ladies' Orchestra. A day morning.Mr. saw the negro's body begin to twitch is andethere was no refusal to serve as ".
and he certain that it would
steady downpour of rain greeted the Taylor is a Florida boy, having first in one limb, then in another and COME TO KISSIMMEEMRS. says to be a paying proposition from is frequently the case when 'nomfnations ,' ,. I
first number, and although the season been born in Polk county and having finally the body turned over anJ the the prove first for such places are proposed. .

ticket holders were well represented <' lived about three years in Kisoim- negro by degrees raised hmself up, The proposition year. Mr. Rosen All the elections.. were by acclama '4 t oj;
in spite of the rain, but there were few' mee. lie is engaged in the lumber and walked oft When the physician CAL P. RODGERS WRITES berg was that the Board should tion. Mr. Miller's name was proposed " i
others who ventured out. Those who business. Before coming to Kissim- arrived he found Mr. Bratton, but the from pay and he was elected in short or)1;" ." i..
went were well,repaid for their pains, mee he was with the Stevens LumberCo. failed to see the negro. BOARD OF TRADE TO MAKE transportation to on Kissimmee machinery that der. There was the demand for a ,

however, for the orchestra proved that' of Jacksonville, as office manager.Mr. "I'll vow he was dead when I found DATES HERE. should Bridgeport be furnished rent ,free for space six speech to which Mr. Miller responded ';:""

the advance advertising was fully i Taylor is a young man of fine him," said Mr. Bratton with a blank months, that he should be exempt from by saying that he was sensible of the y :.
character and ideas and '
the progressive look. had been conferred :.
warranted. From opening number > honor that upon
taxes and for term, ,
the audience-was held in the spellof will no doubt develop. much strengthas Secretary Claud F. Johnson, of the and in return power he expenses offers to give a the him, and would serve the Board to the ,. '' f i
music, interspersed with several a candidate.Mr. Kissimmee Board of Trade, receiveda Board ten pet cent of his profits the best of his ability. Mr. Miller was "
Miss Cawthon, Leitner was previously announced FURNITURE letter from Mrs. P. vice of the Board, and he
delightful readings by COMPANY MOVES Tuesday Cal. first year, five per cent. the second president i 1\0. '
for Councilman but .
who possesses a charming personality during the Rodgers of the Rodgers Aviation Co. and three cent. the third was advanced in what may be termed
as well as the temperament of an ar- past week he was urged by a numberof engaged for the week in making year per the regular order though it is not :

tist. The members all performed in people to enter the race for Mayor, INTO THE MAKINSON BLOCKNEW flights at the Orange County Fair, year.The proposition was referred to a always the case that the vice president ,.;

such a manner as to elicit spontaneous and being encouraged by the characterof offering to come to Kissimmee at a committee composed of C. A. Carson, succeeds to the office of the pro- i 1
the pledged him he made
and applause. Of reasonable figure. Aiding officer.
M. Katz and J. W. Prentis. The com-
special merit were the en semble ren- his announcement.Mr. HOUSE GIVES MUCH BETTER Mrs. Rodgers says that she guarantees mittee met Mr. Rosenberg Tuesday Mr. Claud F. Johnson received the .
dition of the selection from II Trova- Leitner needs no introductionto QUARTERS AND STOCKIS flights, and becaUse of the afternoon at the office of Mr. Carsonin unanimous vote for the office of sec v :it\
tore and the violin solo work of Miss the Kissimmee voters, since he has proximity of this place could affordto the State Bank and the details of retary. There had been mention of .e \

Lutz, her response> the final encore an established standing which com- LARGELY INCREASED.The make better rates than are ordi- the matter were discussed, and an- other.names, but there were no other i e..
with Beethoven's Minuet being in itself mands the respect of all. He is nota nary. She suggests that if there is other meeting was set to be held at nominations. A speechwas demanded f.
an example of artistry which politician and is not seeking personal no field where admission could be 4 o'clock this afternoon.Mr. of Mr. Johnson, and he pledged ,
caused every ooe who heard it to be aggrandizement in offering as a can- Kissimmee Furniture Co., J. charged that the merchants might Rosenberg and his wife are his best efforts for the success of the ? y
glad he had been given the privilege.Dana didate for Mayor. While such things Emory Rush, manager, has moved take it up as an advertising propo; pattern makers by trade, and he thor- work coming under the direction of ,
Walden gave a performancein may not be said always with truth, it from.the old opera house building into sition. Aviators are now making it oughly understands the business. He the Board. 5 .
modern wizardry Thursday even- may be ventured as true in his case the new block recently built by W. a specialty to drop advertising mat he is going to locate the factoryat Mr. A. S. Nelson was elected vice
ing, which pleased a large audience. that he yielded to the solicitation of B. Makinson.In ter from the machine, thus attracting says seme point in Florida, where he can president and Dr W. L. Winn was x $
The Olivette Concert Co. tomorrow friends to enter the race. lie willhave the new quarters the furniture the attention of the people in a get the assistance" he needs. He has chosen treasurer. They were relieved :

evening is the last number Of the se a strong folowing. stock occupies one of the lower floors novel manner.COMMITTEES. fct ree stores in Florida, one at Jack of the responsibility of making '
ries. The season of entertainment is It was rumored that A. S. Gilbert and two of the overhead floors, besides sonville and one at Hilliard, t besideshis > speeches, for a number of the I'i.
drawing to a close, and it is desirableto would resign his place on the Council a balcony in the ground floor Kissimmee store. He does not members were anxious to be through"J\

make the most of this opportunityto thus making It a clean sweep of store. I NAMEDBY wish to establish his factory in a city, with the Board of Trade meeting so ;.
hear a high organization of the Council to be elected at the next I The stock is displayed to much but prefers to get to some small town, that they might attend a local talent ''Ii
makers and entertainers. It is election. There are three membersto better advantage than it was in the PRESIDENT MILLER where he can get reputable help. The play in which they were interested (
i\lsle while to make some sacrifice be chosen because of expired terms. old store, and it will be a much larger entire force would be composed of and the deliberations of the body were %

present. There were many who Not long ago John M. Lee resigned, stock than has been carried. The white girls and women, under the brought to a more or less summary k
that it wouldbe and with Councilman Gilbert's resig- regular lines of furniture, carpets, termination.A .
'missed the first number OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT BY plan he lie states that the
] only just to themselves to hear the :: natiorf there will be no member of the trunks, house furnishings generally) wages 0 rroposel. be<<; $6 a week for report was received from C. A. '
last. ; present Board left to serve on the and sewing machines will be increased, RECENTLY ELECTED HEAD 44 hours for a period of six months, Carson of the Transportation committee ,k
I incoming Council. Upon being asked the assortment will be better and in until' had learned the work suf- concerning the proposed road
: if the report was true, Mr. Gilbert every way the new store will be more well be the from Melbourne to St. Cloud, whichit
DELEGATES WILL I''admitted that he thought of resigning, attractive than the old one. The oldbuilding ficiently paid by gar is rumored that the Union CypressCo.
but said that he had not fully made mont. Mr. Carson ;
to be torn away, and in ia going to build.
President B. C. Miller of the Boardof Mr. Rosenberg there is no
up his mind to do so. time it will be had received letter from George W. ,
EUSTISSTATE replaced by a handsomebusiness a H
GO TO 1 Trade, has announced his skirt factory in Florida at present
i J. M. Hansell!, president of the Coun- block. com- Hopkins asking for the cooperation of
of skirts is such
mittee for the and the sale as to
appointments ensuing
cil has entered the for
I race town the Kissimmee Board of Trade. As a
year as follows: warrant the success of a factory that
GOOD ROADS CONVENTION -' time Marshal.ago, but This not was until rumored the latter some part WANTS' TO START A I Finance and Auditing Committee would turn out the class of garmentsto the'was matter thought is still best in to a nebulous stateit ,

.of this week did Mr. Hansell enter the A. E. Donegan, Jno. M. Lee and P. A. meet the demands of the trade. definite is
j until something more
l THURS. hundreds of
HELD of thousands
BE There
: WILL Vans Agnew. are
It is conceded
he will make
a :
AND FRI. OF NEXT WEEK | good race, though he enters with CHEJW FARM HERE. Immigration and Commercial Relations skirts sold in Florida every year, and learned of the enterpriseJUDGE N
.handicap to overcome, the other can- : --J. H. Reese, J. W. Lilly. and he estimates that a home; factory!) '
---- I didates .having been busily at work W. J. Sears. t . would come in for no small share of MURPHY FINED ":; .

(4 The State Good Roads Conventionwill interviewing the voters for some time. AN ITALIAN WHO SAYS HE CAN Manufactures and New EnterprisesF. this trade. The output of the fac- '
H. Lawson, A. S. Nelson and S. tory would be sold to wholesale deal-
( be held in Eustis Thursday and "EAVILY'VIOLATION
GROW CHERRIES AS BIG AS II. Bullock. ers exclusively.If TAMPA MAN ,
and 28. ,
Feb. 27
Friday, BIG IMPROVEMENT TOMATOES IN FLORIDA. Transportation, Railroads and the Board of Trade makes an ar-
Delegates will attend from ..Kissim-I Water-C. A. Carson, W. B. Makinson rangement with him, Mr. Rosenberg ,;
mee, and it is likely that even a greater t arid M. Katz.AdvertisingH.. agrees to go at once to Bridgeportand '
iT number than the selected delegation MADE AT JARRELL'SFULL John Jingo is the name of an Italian C. Stanford, W. B. have the machinery shipped. lie OF GAME us.
will attend.. It is known that Eustisis Hams and S. L. Lupfer.Entertainment says he can have the factory in operation BY COUNTY MAGISTRATE H
well prepared to take care of the I photographer who is in Kissimmee -C. W. Ward, Lewis within six weeks. The Board of .
c crowds, and that preparations have COUNTER LINE OF CRYSTAL today to make a picture of William J. O'Bryan and D. B. rtefcts. Trade will receive the report of the BY $100 FINE. : .

been made for.a large gathering.The SHOW CASES INSTALLED Bryan and the crowd at the school Municipal Improvements-N. C. I committee at the regular meeting -

local automobile associationwill -INTERIOR MADE FRESIL auditorium.The Bryan, E. L. Lesley and S. B. Ault- Monday evening.PARKWAY.
.vet send several delegates. The vot- has been follow- man. ,I Referring to an article in last 1' ; ;I;{
ing number of delegates will be limited week's Valley Gazette, entitled a '.
C but it is desired to have 'a good The Kissimmee Drug Co.'s store has ing Mr. Bryan on his present tour A PRESBYTERIAN MUST NOT "Caught Violating the State Game ,, (

representation, and several are con- been made new inside by the installation through the state, making pictures of CHURCH AT GOTH Law,' it should be 'stated that when +'

, templating the trip. of a full counter-line of show the distinguished statesman, and the NOT BE CROSSfD the party, apprehended by Deputy '
ien f
Sheriff Farmer asked to plead guilty
cases, crystal from their marble basas crowds that have attended his lecture Last Sunday Rev. S. S. Snyder ,

C to the top, and illuminated from within While being a photographerby preached at Gotha, his pulpit, here being without appearing that could in not court be, he granted.made I t ,
( FOR : a request
ITEM OF $6,000 by electric bulbs. This is a great supplied by Rev. G. W. Spaler of SIGNS ARE POSTED ON WALK )
improvement of itself, but there are trade, Jingo has other ideas. He Center. It is as a law of the Medes and Per-
others. The entire interior of the says it is his intention to settle in Thus far the Presbyterian WAYS THAT HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY sians, in Judge Murphy's Court, that '

c KISSIMMEE BUILDING store' has been made new with paint Florida and start a cherry farm. lie at Gotha have worshipped congregation in IN USE. in criminal cases the defendant must
and enameling, and'' the arrangementis thinks that this section is peculiarly) 'the school house, but last Sunday they { appear in person, a plea of guilty by
now more convenient and effectivefor adapted to cherry growing, and the decided to build a new church. A II proxy will not be accepted in criminalcases.
display. W. G. Hankins installedthe kind of cherries which he to .
desirable lot
proposes most donated
c SECURED BY SENATOR BRYAN show cases, and made a fine job grow are as big as tomatoes when Mrs. J. E. Moseley and was the subscription by- Do not walk across the parkways; In this particular instance the partyabove , i
in short, keep off the referred to appeared, before
of it. Congratulations all around are they mature, says Jingo. They growin for the building was well begun. grass.
in older, to Mr. Hankins, and Mr. A. the eastern provinces of Italy, and This congregation, less than a year The custom of walking across the Judge Murphy on Monday, pleaded '
B. Jarrell, the proprietor, and Mr. are commonly known as French old is guilty and was fined one hundred dollars '
is in a flourishing condition, and Broadway grass plots going to be
c SUB-CQMMITfEE INSERTS ITEM J-l. W. Barnett, the pharmacist, who cherries. When he finds a locationto they have asked Rev. Spaler to and costs. This is a precedent in i i
stopped if signs the and
across way such cases, as Judge is de- '
--- LEFT OUT OF PUBLIC BUILD- has materially assisted both by sug- suit him, Jingo is going to importa tinue his labors there. I Murphy
gestions and performance. lot of the young trees for setting, ,I a strict enforcement of the regulationcan termined to put a stop to these violations ef

.ility'C "f- INGS BILL AS IT CAME and in the course of time he expectsto AMUSEMENTSManager stop the practice.The of the State -game laws insofar ,

1* make a fortune growing cherries.In plot opposite the has as the law upholds him in doing so. ,. a
HOUSE. postoffice
' }FROM\ THE .
KISSIMMEE MEN fORM his native country fruit sells at a J. D. Woodbeck is adver-
been abused more in this
penny a pound, and yet the people tising the appearance of Madame
,I A BOND SELLING fiRM accumulate wealth in selling at such Sarah Bernhardt at the Pastime this any other, and an effort is now AULTMAN TO PUT ON I
ality Through the efforts of Senator Nathan afternoon at 3 o'clock and this even- made
: prices. He thinks this country offers being to grow some blades of
P. Bryan an item of $6,000 for I i much better advantages for fruit ing, in "Queen Elizabeth." This is ;'grass where none had been growing BIG SALE Of LOTS :
) C the purchase of a site for a postoffice I. growers than his own, and he is goingto an expensive film, and Manager Wood-
building in Kiisimmee was added to DONEGAN AND VANS AGNEW give it a trial ai stated. beck deserves credit for striving to i i before. Cross pieces with warningsto '

the House public buildings bill by a JOIN WITH TOLEDO MAN IN get the best for his patrons. Madame keep off were posted Wednesday, SUBDIVISION OF PORTION OF I

nice I sub-committee of the Senate. FORMING NEW COMPANY"* Bernhardt was induced to pose befo/e'I:, and the 'Mayor is going to make the FAMOUS AULTMAN GARDEN
This does not that an the motion that her'
sold mean appropriation CINCINNATI SPECIAL picture camera penalty: for disregarding this warning
has been secureJ, but it will art might be preserved after she had sufficiently severe to make it worth TRACT TO BE AUCTIONED.A -a
r be secured if Senator Bryan can put Arthur E. Donegan, P. A. Vans left the stage. She is regarded as while to walk around instead of mak-
) c the item through. There is a con- Agnew and.H. G. Bartlett have formed CAME THROUGH TOWN the most wonderful actress of her ing the shorter cut. .-
portion of the
siderable fight on the public buildings a company to sell bonds and securi I times, and for thirty years her earn This regulation is going to cause Gardens tract in the famous Aultman it
** framed by the House, and the I ings have been $200,000 She western sectionof Ali.
kjjL ties.Mr. a year. the expenditure of a good deal more Kissimmee, 1 ,
to be sold
iSEses: Wiffmay be trimmed a good deal be- Donegan is president of the I CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is 68 years of age and a grandmother, 1 human motive power than has been having been made and, a the subdivision -
Bank of the Na-
fcrnp It is passed. Citizens yet she is youthful in figure and motion expended, and some mathematicianmay
; Tne great need for a postofflce tional Bank of St. Cloud and the State I ON WAY TO PANAMABY as the picture proves. find recreation in platted.C.

building in Kiisimmee will call for Bank of Haines City. Mr. Vans Ag- WAY OFTAMPA.. Manager Woodbeck, of the Pastime how much it is going to cost calculating in en- has.arrived C..Tavis in, a Kissimmee real estate auctioneer, } t g
and is
. the best efforts of Florida congress"Jnen new is connected with various enterprises Theater has booked another great ergy, for it will be considerable but preparing ,
for- the
; sale which will take .
in the apropriation. whose financial success is due feature film-Helen Gardner in Cleo- .
securing; on the other hand, the .beauty of the '
I place March 4. Mr. Tavis is ;
Even without largely to his ability as a financial an experienced N
if the cite is secured patra, to be exhibited here Wednesday parkway is to be preserved and thisis
((5 delay it will be some time before an gent and attorney, and Mr. Bartlett, A special train running as the sec March 6th. something whose worth salesman, and he has been ':
: appropriation for a building can be firm of bond brokers ia Toledo. ond section of the regular- train 89 estimated. So- cannot be making a study of the location and is .

Obtained, and' the usual delay in get- The principal office of the firm will I passed through Kissimmee Sunday afternoon C. D. Carroll has moved his fam- Keep off the becoming thoroughly familiar with I ft i
grass the
ting the plans approved and actual be in the Heard National Bank building I at five o'clock, on the way to ily from Marrdia to his turpentine I I handle.merits of the proposition he is to '

work started. Doing the best that in Jacksonville. The company was Tampa. farm near Narcoossee. He has prac-I I "Human Hearts," an old time melo- r
can he done it will probably be .sevral organised by the election of Mr. Don- The train contained members of the tically closed out all his drama, was given at the Pastime An announcement of the sale will )
>', year before Kisslmme will have egan president, Mr. Vans Agnew vice I Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce Marydia, and will now devote his entire I I I Tuesday evening to a rather small appear in the next issue of the Gaaette. -
and and Mrs. Bartlett secretaryand bound for Panama by of time the ', Mr, Aultman has been showIng a
postofflce' building, surely by president, I way Tampa to turpentine place own- audience. The deserved l
'that time the present quarters will' treasurer. ;: The capital sock, is and Cuba. The empty cars were returned ed jointly by himself and O. C. Me- '' better crowd, .for company the play was presented a- Mr.since Tavis his over arrival the here country Wednes-generally ' :
Monday .
11aTe been totally outgrown. 76000. morning. Lean. in an acceptable manner. day.

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\ fAsT COAST SEEMS Is the season that .In some few
j I(, \- a' delay which Oran !
r'" cases there/ has been Maine -Making ye Trees

TO"BE'INTfRESTED( : ;; .' ..' was transportation.iMPos ible to control companies; titheby or the ,

t .__ ._:_: car company It's the vigorous, healthy trees that are your 'money "
r.- BISCUIT refrigerator, and hold it best. A good
PASSENGER GENT'' HOT makers. They set the most fruit: "
''i :t . i prominent shippers food will help make
. I : I It -bclieV-C4b application of plant .in Spring :
__ 4" CONFERS WITIl OFFICIALS .that the movement' Wflnagradual- ALL'your-trees' grow-vlgorou6end healthy!:. ..!.Usew ..

1 1 j OF UNION CYPRESS CO.. l i i and that fruit will not be' rushed to
;- vt ""---' ... .. I ''V hot cakes made with market in such quantitieB 'aa to .make ARMOUR BLQOD( BONE AND POTASH:
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( (" a glut, . 11iAlAUR._ORIGINAL NUMBER 1 "
The : =d _.
; '' Melbourne Times, which first I 18- ,
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ROYALBakingPowJ well into July A J.l
longed until ORANGE "*
i. printed the story concerning/ an ex- i ARMOUR FRUJTERThese
"'" --r-ten ion-.ot-theUneQllJj.ejJnion Cy- r no doubt. that this will be the longest
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prwis Co from Melbourne StC16\id7; c.r.:; ,: -- -. shipping season ever experienced by l have' ammonia that produces vigorous !

I ,follows the story up in its .Iast issue 1 delicious healthful p -- -1 1I I Florida! urowerA-; '-"' -""""""' --,-- __ __growth; balanced with phosporic acid and potash to harden ,

with the following; ; are of'the exchange I this. /growth'and' ke "The article published in the Times i I \V. C. Temple, manager : brands prepared especially for citrus trees-each a proved "
of February 1st relative to the rumorof believes that prices will be ,
and easily made. result-getter. Our booklet describing them is free. '
the Union Cypress Company's con I satisfactory from now on ,until
very Talk with
railroad extension to St.
; templated l'ack- "
Cloud has excited wide spread interest / the ('Iow' of the season. To r'

., throughout this section of the state. j. 1i ,,.er man Mr.: Temple said: Over 1,225 R S FLOYD Fla
This. evidenced by the fact that it has I I ear" of fruit left lilt! state iurmine Kissimmee, ,- tI
been reprinted in a number of h'a rYhruary, S. Comph-to '
i tusk ending
and j Armour Fertilizer Works
between I this place
: ,
Tampa with considerable* favorablecomment. lithe ofli'rlof the League The folfowing -hipiTH-nts) from I the state, ending! I'll- Jacksonville Fla.
This leaves no room for notice has ben issued over the CITRUS CROP IS I nmry S. hap Leon about .'.,.000.000I ) )( (

doubt that the nerd for such a railroad name of I the ro.iTespondmg secretary |Luvr". Th.-r-. ale. probably _,( (
is and\ that if bulit it of t the 'League:
will be pressing quickly placed .upon u self I The signs bearing I the names of the MOVING STEADILY t lei J!OO.OOO>( IIOM-S y<'t to move, ulmu1 f

,\ 8ul As we mentioned) in last week's !,I set on fences at the intersection of the haMil! unshipprd' :WO.OtiO( ) boxt-s of :'t

Times J. I). liahner, general passenger streets, it happens now tha.t t fences jriapcfnnt.; l.ddtt.tlOO( boxes of oranges
'I agent of the !1"'. I K.; C. railway was | are being taken down the signs' havei LOSS IS TRANSIT The
LIGHTER and 'I.-.doo 1 (* ) l u'\'" of tanJ{ 'nlll'''
here a fow days ago from St..lugus-. i no Support and are) in dfingoi! of being ette's'' Directory of Produce and Commission Houses
tine and went out on the I Cypress( i lost. The (Civic League/ bought and ,-" hange' Im- hipped' I to February !1', Gaze

f Company's logging road to the end. set up the signs originally' )and if the <)llilMIO;( () hose-, of oiaiigr.-. 1K.;>,000

Whether or not there I is any :sitfiulicance | parties thing! neaiest the cornel ( (>MISIIH: I ('( oI.EIC \\ ITIII.Ui : lioxc"f ginpefi' l ill .alld ..",.1100( ) IIOMSi.f
to .be. attached l to :Mr. Kahiur'visit .-, where signs <-i>nit* down will kindly ORANGES Potatoes
we arc unable In .say. lie did take care nf them, and notify, the' ( me \\i> 'I i HI: i :si: (or KKruicKivi ; : :- lang1'ine"'r I till, lini h up the' Onions, Cabbage

not talk about any interest. thai the (J."uJuc', the society will have them \ ( ) { c\ns 1 IN: (11:1'1'1FltIII'Fl ; : :\<; bulk, of our; -hipiiH-nt- in April but 11'1'11'and; all other KriiitH and\ Vegetables wanted in car lots. We ,
I 1'. E.: C. might take in the\ proposed ,.reset\ in M me suitable manner.) trill -Jnp) late YnU-iii-ias until July. | have tin- (Millet and! facilities handle, your shipments promptly and
extension. Mr. Rainier of course met Ida K. Tiller Col. See. \Hh l'l' loo-thud.f'
I I ) M \Ve havf- our holdingsin i satisfactorily. Write or Wire
the officials of the' Union'pr'S5
C liaiiK)" Bounty, and 'I.I'l'r rent of

Company as but to the neither subject gave of nil their.mi con interview I MISS NUNN GAVE TWO Packer. the rrop' 110\\ ftti tho..trccs in I'olk] C. H. JAMES, Charleston W. Va.
f (Tumi I the :Nt w loll h ) ,
versation. 11 is not 1 hnughl, it to 61'at loiinty t Iu nioiThe exchange I. i' Ref : The' Packer, Hrudstreets and Kanawha National )IJank.
I all likely that the T. K. (C. 'would INTERESTING TALKSKM'KKSK.Vr FUIHIII.FIUTI'( Sllll'111N'IS::; -tiongrr, than l'\(or and the market at | 6-3t
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of such)
the construction: a connecting --
; opposj-, I (Cars ,shipped last \\eck s';(' the ]>"reeiit' time has a .bright. out
/ line, and while local publicsentiment
I -- -
sec m* to favor a sepaiateownership : (Caishipped' week( I In fore" List, "("" I look." GALLAGHER B R 0 S Produce : Commission : Merchants
:: VII\ VK; < IIItIS'11.11111111'S :\ .
it would hardly protestagainst i Total to last t Saturday -
shipments f K. H. 1111, tOil. 'allmanager. I isery 165 W. S. water St. CHICAGOSOI"I'IIERN
) the F. K: l'. having a finger! HO\KD OIilS.- I 1". ; io
\, in the pie on in i omit .of its excellent 1 o|>linn-tH'I us to t h'vh< \\ IIlgtill' e\- :; KIITITS ,\1:\"EII-T.\IILI-S; (' :( : : Qni SPECIALTY:
MOSS CI; i EST It'I'l'1'1 :
past record for being alive to. the I I .lai ksomille. I',." 1 II. :F l'iobal'l' < hiinjri-; ill make for I the bulaneo of E Reference : ASKCR) BANKEH.l .
I ne(1of: its ,patron" ) and generally progressive. -- mole' than .'..(MiU.IHio l INv1'" of iiliuleinain '
." the -01'1)"nn.Ir I Cnrlon:' "said : 11'1'mil
:i Miss, I I-t:i.( Niinn; I lepreseiiting t thiWoman's l out in the state and much of

LARGlT !' ( "1111,-lutu id of Miionwas I it ,is Icing! held. I'm the late inaikel' ,[\ niovcil .!:, to :'III: a''', last 1 week SHIPMENT l YOUR F FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE
BAND HAS ,has, stitfiimlpi :u.d out pin king! hou.-es hae TeT'n, ,
;a |rne-t in 1 Kissimmee' ) tie :In-I I ofthe I'lle alifoima( I liee/e
fiuit, ofIh1' hui don or "r'niining on 'hart" tin)< .1. W. WRIGHT) & CO. >
,1I'd k thei sections and fi..tlpd
lieing) <''''I".tIII'? 'd! i a iceIN mam Memphis. .
NUMBER AT PRACTICE .. \v'. will n irtadually, a.s fruit i- .
i home of Mi and! II'S 1" .\!: t |Io.c-t (|ualit.a.nd. pack I is nowlumping opt up - -

F I I A leciption, was; gixen! in noin.i! of. fall prices.A ili'ni.iiitli-d (irowrrs; have now Iraimdthiit
j" Miss \: ,ullflJuadn, ) aftciriion ,,I lleAultman laigo percentage of the eliiaiM'leiof 1 flail' ran be \leeil and fary in 1..1.1",10..1 1' ,11 Your lUnk.r

q T\MM-;: > -TUO IMKCKS: ; nOIT 1\: Ell +' bums b.\ the lad, '- ..1'. tl.eChiisdaii . I the lop' will move. under 1'clllgr'-' ') gild; ...hale|' under fIn IIn.lI" eondi) J. S. STANTON & CO.

'I 10 HEIIE.\JS\I.-SI'E: : : 1 ) : thwth.aid) )in t the ex-iniitr th.iti ) ;ation I and I the demand fOI.d cais I has till,, *o thi-ie i.s no* reason" to uMi i It' WHOLESALE PRODUCE
!.4 i -In. addf"-sed a meeting)( at ..
I'KOI'IT VKI.KF'I I KK.NOONLeader : : : tI nun, h on I the -111,|I..t. of " I .of the , Fig, I" < ent ,if the fl url in' .''anuaix' '
The- )1",111'"- tieated mission -r'.1 t MII-: >. '" u' a ,lug tl'lui-li 1 | oi I 1 at ion pel =:\.n.G"cc Qral.cfr-.t;: : CTegetableoDO )
Monk of thchurch) ) its object. heiiigto ilomir well and nou !, about lone \\ hen \\ iI'iKn
I mpanif' ale in siipplxr -
John/ }, :.McClay is much pleased arouse the inlerist of the; ttunnll":', "r cais' on time 'I'h1' lailroads' wie( up' \\e shall mo\ all fiuit underrefrigeration .' I.
auxihai.N to greater, efforts in, fu rthenng -
outlook for developing the I II
over and look for' a t 'tead.xadxaiue .
this (Ilk. Miss :Nunn al>- rot prcpaicd" at thetail to nish, lefngeiator -
Hand into musical YOU
Kissimmee, Conceit I a : WANT QUICK RETURNS?
I b! hrcviated, 1 her talk : ; in jn' i'('- until the < 10'" of tinseason. -
Moinlay to such
of the first. class.There evening : cars in) ijuantities at ,, ,
) organization I" 'us t'dtI 11 M till.MI.| iii ,.f |- I.,11.1 riniiH, iintl) V, tnl li .
allow her K. > and
audience to attend the ]local )If r-'inember you
men al rehearsal this. .of the the demand you tut4)Ir'
were twenty-two talent season) > ear, as alli I I" i II' .ii.."I With tin i.BullM. .S.ill. sf.I,, i loii' I"i flit "Mlltto"!
play at the Pastime and she
Sunday afternoon and the in (Defember, l Flollda fruit was
for iced I punk.
Q- cars ineais' past has |, 205 Dock St. '
The finished the discussion! Tuesday af WM. RODE Philadelphia Pa.
t time was put in to good interest the ternoon.'cdnesday she went to St. \lieen light but when .ship' ] ", rs found I We had the decay eaily! III I the reasonlast ,
taking great --- -- ---
men are :
and this that' they Cloud for a similar] puipose., that thusear', fruit whuh i is oxerripe )'I year and lute this \eai and ant -
f. rehearsals means '''' "\\ell, \od\i', got niwatih," I in, -aid .,'.r' :', littlelioni"
are doing good work for progress is :Miss Nunn; comes from South (Caro and tender could be hipped hy''reason fruit I is going into mat kit inI A.I' 1'1'I'I\! a

ij., marked by the effort put into good lina. She i is Ip'llIlingthe month of refi igeration with a loss of only I 10) I !such poor shape' i i- that It )Id'ad and State. hand waxn.g fiunticully, "Well. Carl,
work. February in Florida having been engaged '! I I ripe. und should haIIH"t Practical 'X.oolonj. you;' may "II ,u-, what a groundhog
I by the woman's of or 1.1 1 per cent, instead of a loss of ij:\! ; tareful
: Mr. McClay and six selected men auxiliary 'leather was telling her ila-- )little, "
; I I Itones I-
to Orlando Monday and the church for this month which will to .11 per cent when shipped otherwise, i handling, which it doesn't always get '
:t went over he \ in visits "The Aiinnui ( in' natural, hl,lain. and III') "I'loase( /JIll'urn, it's .''-w
spent to the various | 0 made
played at an auction sale of lots. They they immediately got busy, and the a tepon tous
i} showing and the people churches of this denomination. that the number of of a-K"'il if iuIone, tould tell her that I Kvei:: rybodv'". *
made a good demand now for iced cars for fruit is I cars citrus
,. were pleased with their work. fruit mOl'dlnd ,' ,
Rev J. A. Wdiams, the blacksmith inift-e' III one daIhall it was III one "lefngeialion foi,

i I i: evangelist better known as "Uncle y'al' dUl"illgpa t .seasons. Not; only I the past eight' jeais' averaged. aliout .

STREET SIGNS ARE Jim," is holding a aeries of revival has the demand! for cars been great -,0() cars n year, this year thl'havl'

services in a tent on Church street. but shippers at mined, II('.", iced cars ;in one day. I
; TO BE PRESERVED All meetings the preachers and everybody are endorsing is welcome these I|!'had to get ice from every Jacksonville point and believe if we had begun to use" iced Buying Orange

regardless of denomination. Services Tampa. 'Ice has also been .shipped in- |Icc rs In December we would have hadI

&Ii at 3 and 7 p. m. to the state from Atlanta, Macon and) I I I much better results."

LOOK OUT FOR SIGNS THAT The' wagon wheel maker is a pretty
HERE-Dr.L.V.Bell good spokesman as a rule. i, Groves.

Why He ..Wanted to, Know. I
With the recent activity in laying ; ,';1
I A pawnbroker
i was awakened in the
sidewalks, removing fences and other :
middle of the
night by furious
changes that are taking place a number ; a
;H of street signs have been misplaced knocking at his door. Opening the I Just Like
1'1' and it may be that some oft i il window he looked out and asked : I

1 them have been lost I "What's the matter ?" I BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNT
Civic wishes
The Kissimmee League
t to know of all such cases, and would "Come down" demanded the knocker. I
like for any person noticing such displacement I I

; { of the street signs to notify "But-; : We are offering tome splendid Groves at just half of the above

.. ,, "Come down!" I
I. --- I The pawnbroker hastened downstairs figures.
I .. I
I and peeped around the door
tk "y I I "Now, sir," he demanded."I LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU

f l HARD LUCK wan'sh know the time," said the I

1\ reveler."110) you mean to say you woke me ; H. M. Breaker & Co.CUT .

for that ? "
up How dare you ?

, y r Is a Coward's. ( ,151'fs The midnight visitor looked injured.

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Calif. Evap Peaches, 2 for _25c ,I by the remedies offered by Dr. L. V. Bell and KQ to KobiTBon'ti Drug Store

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are curing all kinds of contagious diseases of the"human system. If you need References: Heard National Bank, Jacksonville Fla.Polk Co. National Bank. Bartow, Fla Dun & Bradstreet.
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:FLORIDA WAS''' HOME servedIn'theStai: ,of 'the .persons" MuseUm by whom"t.with.record' *y 1'40' ACRE TRACT TO 'BE W'AINTED.ANbIDATESWITH' S A PLATFORM., \ : .. -n---, - ,

were contributed and ,of the l locality 1 Editor Gaz tte-An R ring the ". '
Of' .
BIG GAME I from which they came. It is too ;, LOTS call .of our HonorableTfayor, I, with {\ "
I frequently the FOR
case that material kept other citizens of this fair city attended ', ,
f ** I In private-, collections! ultimately are I! a' public meeting held at the Court .
STATE GEOLOGIS'"WRITES lost destroyed, and many"specimens": .VOLLE; HAVING Iioliee'on'the night of -February' '.'4th.
valuable to sclence'. ave been lost or f i '
\ MADE OF GETZ meeting had been advertisedin .

:TELI41G.PF$ "". ,-;.TUEo FOSSIL KE.. :.tlon discarded!. on the partLPf through those lack)ildinlr..them.of! appreciai"f"i TRACT, IN_ _-THIS-7- -?,.a CITY f_, mi. "Ssai-" candidates-our' local papers- civic as offlc one.s-at" ''which t-,the :i

MAINS' .OF MANY LAND NOt'infrequently fossils that have] : ; nearby election would have an oppor-. '
. ANI. been buried in I' Jeanne Voile F E
long the ground fall to Madame who recently tunity to define their platforms;; but I t [ ,
MALE THAT EXISTED IN decay. upon being exposed to the air.This . .. II.1eq: !Jj.J1'trJ.lQ..ot.j.rnt..tuslLofJhe ss
y 43TATE; IN FORMER, TIMES'__ -- northwest section of the-city,4 having -away any! impression - ; .
mastodon and of
the and
.j 4 "n elephant 1 a survey made of the place preparatory of a definite platform having been
I ( often of other bones; .as well. By to putting I it on the market in promulgated by any of the candidates, , E'l,
_,il From.tme to time more or less well delicate bones can be preserved and I The place contains forty acres, half One of the .would be Mayors said Finest ,4 i t t
remains business lot in Kissimmee 50 foot fronting on S
preserved of when ,
' animals that desirable
f\ specimens found _
are ,
" ( of it grove, and it will be cut up into his policy would be to reduoe taxes
-"-''- .:formerly inhabited .the State are found it is advisable' to communicate with '223 lots Madame Voile came to Kis- by reducing the present assessment on Broadway, also fronts .on Stewart avenue. This property will. *n., 1 -t.
in various parts of Florida. The some one ;Who is experienced collecting simmee from Toronto and she realty and other which ,' .
expectsto city property ( : } 1 i:
hance in value rapidly. Price and terms reasonable -
teeth are most frequently preserved fossils before is very come see us.
an attempt
put the lots on the market there, statement could be taken as a plankin .
since by reason of their hard texture made to remd' e the skeleton from the i
j with the idea of inducing many of her a platform) but he failed to state I, '
they resist decay longer than other earth. Aside from their scientific interest i NICE RESIDENCE .
home people to become possessed ofa how taxes could be reduced and the l h

arts! the skeleton. Aside from { fossils have a direct practical ( winter home in Florida.. 'Half of realty assessment lowered and the city 60x148 feet of ground and a nearly new, well built 6-room house, i .J"
,f /iJUth parts of the skull and seg- value since geologic formations are :the lots will have matured citrus fruit meet its indebtedness and still achieve '
besides bath, and good out-buildings, 19 bearing orange trees on this l
nts from
ikt., the, back bone are per- identified by the fossils that they con- trees on them, and this will be a con- improvements. '
ape most commonly found. Other tain. I siderable advantage.\ The other half Another wouldbe Mayor gave us a property, less than three blocks from business section of our city.

bones, however, are of frequent occurrence From time to time since the mining will. have the obvious advantage of synopsis of the incidents of his past. Best of reasons for selling. Price a sacrifice one.

either in fragmentary or in of phosphate began in Florida rare being richly adapted to the growth of political life and expressed the honor ,
perfect condition, and in not a few and unusual fossil remains have been 1| citrus fruit, for the Getz grove affords which would be conferred upon him ORANGE GROVE .
instances the entire skeletons of large found, imbedded in these deposits. A ample evidence that the land is were he.elected to fill the coveted of- J
animals have been discovered. Amongthe number of the operators in the phosphate -t the kind for such crops. fice. Me was slack in his knowledgeof 10-acre grove, half in bearing, 'balance young grapefruit trees, !! L

land animals known to have livedin deposits appreciating the interest 13. J. Reid, of Toronto, who has beenin the cost of ditch digging and the 56 acres of good land, of which 20 acres ready to put out' to trees. t+

former times in Florida, remainsof I and scientific value that is attached ,'' the city for some time looking over price which should havo.been paid for Part of this land is in the artesian belt, very fine for farming: and 1 "N..
which have been found throughoutthe to these fossils have preserved the the lands of this section will be .
OnI I associated assessing city property.The trucking, within one block of depot, handy to school and church, about J 1
State, the mastodon best and most striking >ecimens. r
elephant, I MJ with Madame Voile in the sale other mayor candidate's speechwas .
camil, tapir, sloth, glyptodon, rhino- I the other hand it is unfortunately I I of the property. He returned to To- short but also showed the wantof four miles from Kissimmee. Price $6000. Half cash, easy terms bal- ,," I.' }
ceros, bison and several of true that through careless handling or '
species ronto the first of the week. a definite platform.As ance. r
early horse. otherwise, many rare specimens have only one candidate for the officeof ,
As a result of the very general interest I been lost or destroyed. Since the DEATH OK BYRD MOODY.The Councilman spoke and he was-too All kinds of Florida homes and investments., : i ;.;
that has been manifested in the I State Geological Survey was established -', Tampa Tribune of Saturday bashful to define his position or too '.
extinct animals of the State, the State i the State Geologist has from contained the folowing notice: fair minded to do so in the absence of I.
Geologist will for time to time obtained specimens found News received here '
prepare publicationand i was yesterdayof the other wouldbe Councilmen, the "
general distribution as soon as ''in the phosphate, and has now undertaken i I the death of Byrd Moody, aged public is yet in the dark relative tot| NELSON REALTY COMPANY,

sufficient material has been obtained i to secure if possible a complete ,J, twenty-five years, son of Mr. and Mrs. his platform.We Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. I '. AN
a report which will include a descrip- collection of the fossils found in these Hiram Moody of Riverview, which need a Mayor also Councilmenwho ,
tion of all the land vertebrates that (deposits. To do this it is necessary j took place at the home of the family are not afraid to commit them- -

have been found fossil in Florida. Illustrations ; to rely chiefly on the assistance pf the yesterday morning. The young man selves to the people before election,

of the teeth as well as officials of the different mining com- Svas, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. those who will promise as soon as ,
other characteristic parts of the skele- I panieH. Owing to the fragmentary Moody and had been ill only a few seated to ascertain the exact indebtedness -
ton will be given for each species so i I character of most of the remains it i ill days with congestive fever. The funeral tax payers are committed to by ,,_. is
that those finding similar remains i desirable to obtain from the phosphate I J.' will take place at Riverview today the present Council, also those who "Let Ploof Show the Proof"We

hereafter may more easily determine mines all the (lections+ossrMe.From in charge of Undertaker Reed. will ascertain the probable income of

the animals to which the parts that the fullers earth mines a few 1 Mr. and Mrs. Moody have many the city after all just claims againstthe are State Representatives for the + '
are found belong. For this purpose fossils have been obtained, althoughin I friends in Osceola county who. will city arc 'paid. If by good management -
it is desirable to bring together all I these deposits vertebrate remains sympathize deeply with them in their for the coming!: fiscal year BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES n
available material and to describe all are not abundant. From the kaolin bereavement. Mr. Moody is exten- there would be some money Left in the
. specimens that have been found in'the and brick clay pits as well as from all sively interested in the cattle industry city treasury to go towards buildinga All Kinds Stationary and Marine

State. Specimens may be submittedto railroad, public road and other exca- in this county, and is well known to city dock. and N
the State Geologist for determination : vations, specimens of scientific value' our people.A Also those who would advocate the '
and when requested these will be are likely to be obtained, and a special I appointment of a buyer for city ma- Engines, Boilers, Hoisting Engines { ,'
returned. the return of appeal is made to all those engaged drawing card-"Teeth -
Specimens, Extracted terial, thereby enabling the tax payersto : "
and General. Line of
which is not requested, will become a in such operations that they properlycare Without rain." reap the benefit of having their Carry a Suppliesfor 4
of the collection the for and all such I A hot all Purposes ,
part belonging to preserve speci- argument sometimes causesa goods bought in a wholesale market. '
State and wrlf l be permanently pre- mens as may be sound. ,, cool friendship. Also those who would advocate the

. appointment of a competent building THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.
inspector, whose duty it will be to see
that the city building ordinances are
Lecal and Long Distance Phone. 4J -tplJAdvertising '
t 4 carried out to the letter, "without j y .''t'
fear or favor."
Also those who wiil promise to investigate
the present cost of fuel
y 1"
used in the electric and water plant, Long Distance
with a view to curtailing expenses if Phone 296
practical by using either crude petroleum .
or coal instead of wood. .

Also those who will give the privi- is saying the right thing ',Y l'. w ww
lege of using water meters (twehtyfive ,
of which have been stored for at the right time x t
months in the city warehouse and ,
never tested) thereby establishing the in the right
Real Estate and wayWe ,,' ...,
: ..
users of water on an equal basis and '

', ". ,',.:' \ta,41'n,,' ; .', "., saving the city money by the' wasteof .. make a soecialty of planning, preparing .i, ,"
'a,13';'''\' ''
,'. , I I'" : 1" \'" unscrupulous users. literature and conducting campaigns for : 'r.r$ "
Also those who will carry out the Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities -.. \
and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN ;
:' city ordinances impartially and if in
their judgment certain sections of

Insurance Agency said ordinances t work a hardship upon I [ ADVERTISERSTAMPA
the general public they will agree to
ha\' those sections rectified. I

Candidates, state your platform, FLORIDA + I '
your personality. in some cases is i R'.

Second Floor, Citizens Bank Building.We I known State to some us. definite policy then we I I I II I I II I H I I I I I I I t- in i linn inn 1'i L(

i may be able to choose "tother from I '
Grave Covers and Vaults
I which." I ; a Specialty

I \VII1TK ]3.l ONZEIs 5 t
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make a specialty of City and Country 1---To the WestAND made. the Will most not enduring get moss-grown monument, .I ;' .'t

- I crack or crumble. Is more artistic \ ''
- Real Estate; call on us or write us and ,".
and less expensive.Write .

. explain what you are looking for and it will Northwest .\. ,< nne and- --I will-: call. . I.>f "


be our pleasure to accomodate you. If youR SEMINOLE"LIMITED 1111111111 n 111111111111111 M_. i n 1111111 ii 111111111 '
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have a place for sale or rent, I -y

. 1.\ Tampa, Kla A CLIO 26 a m

list it with us; we will also make rent collect- L\1\ KlHHlmim-f.'iris("nlo' Kla.Kin.. "" 1 1 00 38 p p m m
and Return
Air Jacksonville. Kla 6 40 p mIn $29.65 Washington 3
.!.IiirkHiinx -. FIn 9 00 p m ,
L\ Wn\rrim. G., H 10 I P m
ions pay taxes, or attend to any other details Arr L1'111 Albany,,".
Arr Arm-rleus. tin C of G. 3 r 5 a in

. connected with property in Osceola County. \rr,Arr\rr Columbus.(Oprllka. Ala. Oa.,. ,Ala""' 12 6 7 Jt OK an a it p m MIHlrmlMKhatn. m PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION V; r1 ;

' Arr Jackson Term. I. C 7 46 p m
Arr Fulton Ky. a 36 p m VIA ;.
Arr Cairo III 11 07 p m
er Our insurance department is copplete Arr Carbondale Ill 12 13: n tArr A f1 -
; Kt. Louis. Mo. 7 20) a inCentralia. ATLANTIC COAST LINE {
Arr Mo. 1 43 a m
Arr Mattoon 111. 3 30 a m
take chances on having a loss by fire' Arr Champaign 111. 4 38 ... mKankakit
why Arr -. III. fi; 20 a m
r 't Arr Chicago, III. 7 60 a in Tickets Sold Feb. 28th. Mar. lit, 2nd and 3rd. Limit Mar. 10th. i

15'0 when >it< cost but little to be protected? Composed SOI.II of TIlltOKill observation.lit 11\a roinpurt- Extension of Limit to April 10th may be arranged. N

15 ment, drawing room, section ii-.y"ing
10 cars and free reclining sti-d hair STEEL PULLMAN CARS DINING CARS t ..X
in cars, between Jacksonville and Chicago ..
and Jacksonville and St. LouIe. All ,
D. G. Wagner meals In dining car. Parlor car Tampato '
4' Jacksonville. For information! and reservations, call on 1 r

For sleeping car reservations or any W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla. J? ?
A. additional Information communicate
with WR... Beazley J. G. Kirkland
A. W. FRITOT D. P. A..
et. 138 Vest Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.J. T. P. A. 'h D. P. A. (
O. KIRKLAND D. p A., A. C. Lt, t a *
Hlllsboro Hotel Tampa Fla. ctiG
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L'L'I' \ 1'." '. 'F R11 A YA EM.XRy21.1913.
I PAGE 4. i
rI 'Why no meat markets
il I' .-. are there ..
at the North Pole!

FRANK CLARK IS ,NOT ST. CLOUD VETERAN J Rheumatic Painsare hot ,r I

t -"= -.BASHFUL ASKING .; "quickly. reiieve4-byjui application of.Sloan's. ? .'S Jci .... 'j.,'

..' Liniment. You don't need to rub-just lay"onlightly ii.:
It at once to ,. A j. ;
ti.ireWn,4. I! Here's 'Proof II r ,,,,ll j, 1f 1
NEW YORK HERALD GIVES LIST Ave., Chicago, iU: ,wrileRI-"About UYIII I : : \
-- HV WHILK mother broke down! with u t
: IP-4NN! HIM SHAKI'S '> niv' \
oJFsoM :+ ;; ;
I' TlI1NGSTUIETONiRIC.SM.1N. = ; iheumaUsm.AThe'dort..r didn'tdo any. j Q
ta ws
OLD .FELLOW"ISITJ )) \od. My mother was jic uaded to try
( : (TKYING= ; FOR.Ill \ k Sloan's: l-jnimont. and Irt three weeks IIO ,,,
t j TAMI'A. was entirely ",..11-.and I believe she is i'a' .

cured forever.".
,_ A* pure, itwect and d.tinfy'as'the writing of: theaetivities of sonic.c'ongri'KKiiien .I' I ?
name implies, inadi from Relief From.Rheumatism .! Because they never had a cook
r, New: : Herald Tiim-n of Monday: contains i
selitlcd'hcat; scicnltdcally, the YU.l'k J The" Tallinn Miss II. E. Livnet KA..GihoCaJiC.. ; there! "
handled, producing n Hour Hint has the following concerning Frank" the following I story of loon' I in- writes:-" Dly moifjor h...t used, one sort ,
\ ALL the flavor and and although she Is over Syyears' of age, she haa =
., retains nu-j Clark! of the Second' Flond.t District i : tcit-Kt, / : bottle of Sloan's I.inimciil. y
i 1 tricioiisness bounliliilly'I here sup-; Tn Hepresenlative Flunk / "lal"l. of Ih pitf the war.ninjrs" in daily )pa- obtained great relief from her rheumatism.
plied by nature is none Ladies {
1; better-it costs no more-why ..Florida.)" must I"' given a medal 1'orpork \>IT-, anal maKUziiH'- '''ll' puhllragainst Rheumatism Entirely Cone fMiss
'' not, at least, gne it an ini'pa hunting ilnirnry.i !1'o-tol'hfe--. tin- old of I Letting' Oil K'FIPTTM: i R. of 1215 i Wyoming St. Dayton. Ohio, 'rileR'- V
,' flat trial? s.itKfaitiun cuaranJ //,1\\ (game "My mother was trout I led! will h ihrumaii-m and! her friends,) aihiseil t her to Ret Wo Ha e Just Boon Thinking
t'i,i Iced, or money refunded. I ash hatehei t n- -ut -U." a-ui' lewin lln- |1'.'.nnin fake ftal'lihnicutiinollur -, Sloan's I ilium m aiii'. her. rheumatism' enlmly p- ne. At ib.-*...netil1l"the l
tutold: -uive.vs" ; ale <"i-'' conirto light thi nor famil) was. '""IIoIt\\III'1,) .' : woimi.Iheic) weie DM\ ring v.otins hetween my WhutI Ilimury World 't WiildHe.
*;:YOUR' GROCER HAS IT"TITLE pio ioiid 1 by> him a.- mean.for\ t extraction \ in 1'111111'. titt.rat, l
vtN1NSUl' \ of. mm hunt forte Sam's tivallle -- ( ; ,'andJtIlY vi-lfi-un.( from" the .tatc -

I t0.lAeJ ryayaSr09f IOHe :\. of'a--hinllon., -iirinlintf thi- wintfiin ,

CO1FAncr' 1 ( asks. for light new /potoflircwhiih -, I Iluriilii.! ,, rune" to Ma\or" :M'-Ka\- SLOAN'SUNIMENT
if the billwen, pa--cd. Mouldr.t ..,i.fiui- and rrlnr-rutrd' that Iw had If all tinMeat: Ships:: | Here

.. I 111gl'M' I-IIIIK Ml: >:P" ..IIIII"). Oil.NjMl.lMMI ,,. 1.1. nit "i-oliln! il 1 >of C::!.UIIII l It v a. gong; r

., ,11- fun., : ) '\ foi. a po-toflite at 'I..qll".: -. up.I1tIng a fake hoiriarniK" : I'ran ipnrted'

S* \.mi-tme. s, I h) uir. !hLe! ,Il I I- I fh.dlr'.ni, tin tIt

fiI I h, tri ;ofhei l.ill.-, rain fur" Mlio.IIHII \ .. rlr the -aimfrimjr' ( thaI took a l hunt' I'ar Hejond I the :Northern Sea !
... ? ppTErrt raIt If 111<' hill.* !paItl'N' pe-'I- '-_.111111 ill :"I'I hem .1. I1' 1 Koiilan of

I oi'n.i-' Nil h.! touted at. Lake (l'it> .bu.iIion, (ciiy, Ky.. some. tinuajr. ''. .
\\ .hat"ul,1 do for dinnerTomorror i
pup' I'.ituui' :,.u'..'; ut"!nnliu. population' The old. man \\.a- 'located, at St j jCloud. you ,
..--I.; I In",.1 tuid. population :!,"f2 I : :San-: ( Tin until al>out a month aA'.1| is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest

(' r.,,101. population ".."'TO; : bite flak when lie cams* to Taiiiia.| While here'hi' pains, asthma, hay fever croup !sore throat. : and !-pt ains. I

t population :.1:,"; l P.I> tona.' population' met( a 'man, apparently; a tnurl st.l| At all dealers. Price, "'-...., C(>o., and $t.OO.

,. tt !.(0>"_'; \\'c--t. 1'alni. population le! -- than ho mailf;! him.-"lf very atrrc-oaMe | Sloan's Book on Hoises Cattle! Hogs! and Poultry sent free. Address i

1 "iiinKcpiefiitatiM1 :: .ul |"iro|'oMMl to shore. the <>UIet- I Dr. EARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON, MASS. *
: ' < lark also anjs-} tin i-iail: OMM the city. The couple even i RULL BASS

got i I ni' t 10 buildcxcii ,i.h. lually.I arii\eil" in West. Tampa. IIn |
hat ,In-ill--, in his -(,,1.., each to i-u-t the ;main street of VestPantpu. the 1 i MARKET

f. -..nuou\ lii'-nlo-, tin.-. that no oar I man whoa< with th" old veteraniccotcil I he wn.s I'on""u..d the -torv of l tin1i anil'Dialrlini l " giowth l of you fail,

nay IK- neglclhd. I Repln..ntatisv. i .': another man, who at! first'. nld 111.111a" (true, and that a gang i-ts. uponoiir, 4>ilui ational -\-lim, ,

I GUARANTY ( Talk a.kfor a $i.titO) ) sea wall at dId>|| 1 not seem to know the companion !i of daring" sharp"| \\a- opotitting' in and IH-M of all (IIn I it 1 il"l. of aliI I

:St.: Aiigu-linc and a :is-'liio.liOO: '111.1!, :of the old,( \etenui. Hut l hy "recalling I Iiiriiuis j'unipa. The mayor told\ tlvehiif the( d"l'olln"1 i 1 nl \oiii rhililrcn in,

t COMPANY tna-uiy' building' at .lu k-on\ille. instance'they -eemeil to rei i and captain of pulu-e. that Iht..ishaiperx -, h"'ii.l I DANCING CLASSESunder
I Ihon), tuo ,In-, a.-k- t the government tut I nan acquaintance. I : must \ain-sti-d anti pioiiutiil ', -- f'III'I;' : : : .io\i' :

"n fund the l Florida cotton tax of (Civil:, Took the Hail in the Old Way. i.r .1,1\, '"" out of tin-, fi' .. alIIIH.t' I akiItiilfnin., I fund: direction! of
i Guarantee. I Iht' 'lilli- l 10 L"nd", \Val limes. It amount'-, to, according Ihinf I M1S..1.: 1)) WOOUURCK
\ The man stated that he wu |
Irpure.. Men hjinlnhliAh! in his hill SHIS..III.:t '!1 j henrepreseiitiiiir. an a-sociation of < "a ptam' .1- \\ a II.t.Ohlal, *' >'MI'iiirular Many', I a 10-1- I i- hgrt, \r to Mush un atI'lltlMlN'S

hlrncls. of 'title lo Timber and Ills" iien-ion ',,,11-, ,if they. became belling. on horse raceami statedthat I II duty, with, r--t. "i ,iiettmilo, ,, ilc -i-i-u oat .uli'' of tinfloii, ->t. ssindoIHI .. \\ : : HAM

Colonization Trail-- anywhere law.would. annually cost the goviiiiinint i I lui had beenerv -ui ,',,- -ful. at vi-t- hI' \\ holtlinn"- to tht- --ippitmil ) all"I i'' (III'I e. Minidav' \ 1'11111"; . 1'M:: to !IHI:(
$.">,r>:Jd.! 1'ersonal nlif hills 'Iit.tlodul"l.d I the t -ame time, (exhiliitine' a lai ig" e loll -- ,ot' jraitil I.I' Lr III C' ',", . .ip,". l t'iui. I II In man alto uNI(1! lit,- ,d. i i a-i-d) 'I I ,hiiiHihi\, - 7:00:( ) to l HtilI ::

I. in I'lorida.Titles liy him if tiny became of money. The fiiend, of the" old, nettappeared -uih I, thin and I 'HMMI... .* iif a'\ tinmo t IIHIIII-\ ian :alw.i\ oh. the I I -,.....NFlFl; IS CI-NTS! FArllI'rlsul. : '

law-, Mould cost the govei nun-lit $ H4JII. (,- | intci> ted f, ndanteil to lit Hiilitaiiid, tin- old ten I 1:111: i I who liud li-t t :al t hi > I fIll" i ins in-t, ruct loin if desired at

Ills war claims, hillssould cost | par-lid"al"|> in the vrame. ,1 I hail I'l-cn' I uhhl'}', d. and had him'" I 1,1, I I I n "-"hllg: an .alit. 11 i 1. 'I'|'in 11 i .If'i special rates.

the gov i1 nuielil $! IIK:! mote Thru'] The old man and hl- 'new} fl I }lend ,j tin- -trivtwith t .1 \ 1"I. I", aI IoiI. ,.' f ul --1"1"-to k.p" t i ou i i Itln""I" i lC! into.
to City Lots his awards bill would RIM- residents '" Din had, eels. l 1I
both of tin- -li.u.i-i
\\c-ii' then united f hy the ;>< (>( la- or | '
f, EXAMINED: =" PIUMI'TLY.H : of the State *:25'J'U2! :! :! more of the '' tion" man into a room on tin.econd, I' laird" 'nun u to) UN1.. 1 'lap

H \ jrnniont coin.Besldts g'.Y'I' floor of a brick huildme; in \"'-tl'ampawhere (I'laie Kaided this 'IurninIII \;.

all this he would hu\e they found I a number of II 1 thi- nn-jiitiiii" <- tin-"" ["ilaci- '\lu-i n- I tin

F I surviving veterans or widows of other men, one appan-ntly, the manager old man hail brit. mhlird. u.i-: .io! ,i>I\

t LEWIS O'HKYAN, Manager, v'ler-1 / of .business.'. .\ telegraph. instrument \\\atiheil l I.ul no e\iilcnri-, of OKal) | "lor.lwa ,.
r St'l11inolars '
nns .of the ('((
l KisKimmee Office. i was. in operation.. in the I < di-ro\ ri-il. 'Tln ininiini r 1 III..

E E :' general monthly pension of $12.:! room, a caller was niaikint inures( on police I raided the plan-. (C.ipt.uti' "

r ; If all his hills become lathl'Y lilacklioard. The two men ,who were. Joneripoits that coii-nhrahliilif. INSTOCK

( would i-o.-t. the government $2f99,21i-t.<; :!
Head Office: IMsbee Building, I fed'-"rates, ., got into the eame.. and ] tin-, a- tin- door wen' luailliancd \

Jacksonville, I'la. ; Branches: \ No. 47G.-Nice little country home made several bets It was soon. announced The duo, uriihiokrii, opi' n. ..
I'1.t\InM 1'I:: FIS FDsNI
Kiasimmee, Fla., Fort Myers, consisting of five acres land, good new that they had won $:!,000 hut !' and th.- police, sound I \ the ,room praas < ( IIRKM: "..:1.... 1"1o:1.n:: fur
Fla., Arcadia, Fla. i' cottage, barn and poultry as the old! man had! no money with ': tt-ally tleseribi-il, by tinold\ man.' '14151.11 a:1161ns: TIII'1':11'
house. This property is only half I .
t mile outside city limits, on best hard I hi m, the confederate stated\ they could with the evi-i-ption. thatt nie of llu- I'1'1' "III"(.1.": 111 '('III' I111

road in .the county. Splendid place not distribute the winnings until he 1 equipment! had (ht-en 'lemoMil.TheK- 1-1.1'1. upo"o I.. '''MILI.S

I for poultry. Price $800.,36t had paid his pioportion of the bet was a sNithbourd on the \\"all.w'h IIOi1.L:HM. up 10 40 ... 1.I.h. ..d heave

e ( 11. M. Breaker & Co. made. They all assembled and sign- as is used in tel--rrah. | offiee.s, a turner t."VIHt'r'4 \o.t s1.All1'ti1\oils
G'\"OLI: "%(;I"t MTE.tN F"KU"
ed some paper which was produced. railed off for an office, a. desk i
PURE BRED POULTRY The old man left the place and Ina with pigeon holes apparently, to hold! DIMTON SAN'SSAW

f. Get the HabitSMOKE few days returned to St. Cloud, money, a blackboard similar to those lilT" ... all rake.if Saws

where he apparently dismissed the used.In. pool rooms, and various other I SMA11TING 1'l LI.EY" iIOXES!: .

Breeders of highest type Black matter from his mind. The sharp- devises. BELTING .1 ...--,... .. t. best ;,
Game Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish Boone's Straight ers who had worked him were busy I There have Ix-i n variou.- rumors of j LOG <'11."I"M ('.''''T nOOK" TONGS )
White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, ,
Japanese SlTkiejj, White Muscovy and however, and one of them followedhim I /flim-flam vjames of thi ihaiaiti-r. hut FsRItv'TItiNU FOIL Till':

. Mallard Ducks iligh class breeding I Made in Kissimmee to St. Cloud about a week afo, I this ,i.s the first diTmitiinformation, S'\WMII.!.

f stock; Day old C 'cks; Eggs. Correspondence The Cigar with the Real Taste and assured. the veteran they had, that the city officials hair n-eeiw-d. Wrlte .lorPr.oe.

solid ed. Everything I splendid piospects of making great Ilffi'mipupu.| -|. ti> ki-i-p after, thesharjMTs iD 4
Box trade solicited
absolutely guaranteed
as represented
cieal of money. They urged the old I ,, .\ iotouhl l> and I II'fl'ritlessfy' '
or money refunded. Look for Union Label. .
man to get money to.put into the nod at least 0111\, "- tliem'' out i of the ritjif I
THE OAKS POULTRY FARMNEW frame and to return to Tampa with i they cannot l I"- iirre.-ti-il and! pun-

them. ,l.slied.HOW, .

SMYRNA, FLORIDA Sold Mis Securities I n ___ ..
2-18t Sprigg FlemingCLEANING. KISSI.M.MKK AND=
-- I'ersuuded by the argument of the
OSCF.OI. 111111<; SCHOOL)
.-+x--->->-:-: :-:.. pajf, the old man telegraphed) his : -

PRESSING daughter severities in which Washington he hold to cash and some.ut'l J hear nll'HESSEIl"ISITOn.I adder: ,\" a sort of educational . TATE BAWl OF I ISSIMMEE

FOR SALE !JI DYEING ."' him $2,000, which she did.Vith employed |lIy |il-

this money the old man returned! to | bas. (College, I go from school to school
5 REPAIRINGLeave Tampa and met the man who'had ''and from home to home, talking' hi ;h- I Oldest Bank in Osceola County

FARM gone\ to see him at SL 'loud. ,It'// education. I have \
word at my house and clothes The old man was taken l the ] interesting experiences, many'right'l Depository
by confederate I \ I"'I'IJ' STtTKS (;(!S Ii:IIN M ENS' 1'()"'i'A I. ""'IN.8 FUNDS
and will be celed lor and returned. I ) ,
Orange Grove to a room in Vbor ('ity, on I marvelously growingtowns., see the NTATK Oh' KI.4IIIIDA.
the second floor of a buildciir" at I the i magnificent school buildings and ohscrv \ ('otINTI'" o"<. ICOI.A: irrv JK KI8tIMMEIC.i .
300 Grapefruit and Orange trees, Satisfaction Guaranteed corner of Seventh avenue and K f. < the work that is I..ingdone in i
70 bearing; 25 Acres Cleared, 40 tin-nth street, over the many of our line schools. I often Capital Stock Fully Paid _______ __________ ________$50.000.00
Acres Good Pine Land North Shore Europa' cafe, (
on Surplus 30.000.00
This room lilted feel as if I want to shake my own -
i of East Lake Tohopekaliga. in Viewof '.jrfW.rffc A* VW jJW rfW rfW rfW VW jdK was in ,i sinnlifaihion Stockholders'
St. Cloud, Fla r' as that In West Tampu with .hand in congratulation of myself that Liability 50000.00

M. TILLER fr a manager, telegraph operator, caller I jl J am a citizen, of Florida, great as she I Depositors Security _$130.000.00

and ''is and great as she (i.s to be--THE INTEREST
D. S. AUSTIN blackboard, on which figures I PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Real Estate Agency. I state of possibilities,I and .
< were placed I1S on races. Bets were ; opportunities. I SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.C. .

NARCOOSSEE FLA. 4q ........................................... made, and for a time the visitorswon. .
I Finally a $10,000! bet was made I :My recent visit to Oscvolu county, A. Carson, Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B./Carton,
4 Realty bought and sold. 6 the shaipers' actually giving the old, and particularly Kissimmee put such IToldeiit. Vlre rrt-sldent. 2nd VIce I'ri-at. Caahler

Houses rented. man :$8,000 in money, and he adding a good taste in my mouth! .hat I find I

Taxes paid and Titles ver- K his, $2,000:! to the bet. This ,, myself wishing that I were a citizen I
ified for moneywas _ __ _____ _
For Reliable Bakery j non-residents. then bet, and in a few minutesthe of your goodly realm. ,

'.A Fire, Life and Accident In- *.. announcement, was made that the : Your costly, commodious, well !
\4 surance. '/ old! equipped High/ school building was a
man and his
friends I
Products had ,
lost. This
go to L Indemnity Bonds. fr occurred Thursday surprise and revelation to me. I did
afternoon.The .
'SF.,,;.." .'F Fit'.,.'vF..\ first, man who had not expect to find it half so magnificent
J. H. Reed's ___ met the old H H. S.
and good. I found in Kissimmeethe FLOYD
r __ _ ____ _ ___ _yjeranbroyKht! : him downtown and
urged him to leave the city immediately largest number of children in I

,HomeBakery as..uringhirr that it was to his school in proportion to the populationI .
i I ever saw in town in the State.
. DR. WM HARPEROSTEOPATH interest not to Hay anything of theoccurrunce any '
.1 Think of 700 children in school in Kis
authorities, andpromising
simmee! The big building overflowed ,
I v 1. that they would see that his Grocer
- -- -
and several
money was returned. This was on
STECIALIST IN Friday. rooms down town and an exclusive .
CHRONIC DISEASES high school building in contemplation.
I Told the Mayor Ills Story. Good! I I

yJ -- CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION FREE The old veteran went to a citizen I was gratified to hear much said: I Get oar prices on

TOMATO PLANTS.I and told him the story, and this in1 of Prof. Evans '
by praise by your citizens -
shall KISSIMMEE.. FLA. I '
have several million I,KMnir- citizen' HAY GRAIN
.ton'. New Ulolie tomato plant. for TUESOA VS. THURSDA VS.SA TURD YS was advised to call on Mayor especially patrons of the schooL i FEED
per ale thousand.ready about$1.40 Feb.for I.10.000 t. Price lot.II and.60 OFF CE, CENTRAL HOTEL McKay which he did relating the I consider Mr. Evans one of the san- .' ,:
am also headquarter* for mayor the story in detail. est soundest and best which make
,,r' $ potato .111'.. Write (or catalogue sweet equipped high we a specialty : :
?1.1 J. R. DAVIS UAHTOW ..LA. PHONE 3ff ORLANDO, FLA. Mayor McKay sent for the chief school principals in Florida.I ;,
"5* 41ad4ie I and captain of police, and told them congratulate you upon the beauty 1" i'
i -
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PAGE. 8. . ,' '\ .rir''vscelMMer vALLEY. GAZETTE V,' .l( FRIDAY FEBUARY. 21. 1913. ',

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--- The .Kissimmee : _Gazette.] From the Palatka News)
Valley .,,,. -.---. . _.' (
I --_ THE GAZETTE HALUOFJAME .-.._._.::_:.:::==.- _.:..William,,Chase, Tempi .ia. a bulldozer ..
rK1BLIggg1EyAlpItIDAYGOFFICID.IN.VALLICY'OAffiTTIO: : : BUILPINQ.; I '; he Is-also the head of ,the Florida. ' For Quick Sale ,.1,
--- 4 - "- -.-,-L ----ANNE __ ___ ., ; at
I KISSIMMEE. 9SCEOI.A COUNTY, FLORID : ? -- - ----'_ .Citrus Exchange! .the occupa! *
; ; tlona do not work harmoniously l ;,-else - '
. --- I contrib.utioni' literature
Miss Anne McQueen to current magazine
W. B. HARRIS, . Publisher. J. II. I REESE u- Editor .more of the fruit growers of the state a Bargain ,
___. ,j ---:...tSUBSCRIPTION --= .. ..---- ----- ._. have a distinctive southern favor| which never fails to attract,editors would be active supporters of the 't. .

,r$ ., RATES: One copy, one- year _________,"_'___-"...__.11.60 I and please reader whenever it i is genuine. Such a demand i is there for .ganization. When the Exchange

One copy .1! xmonthw-__u___ .76 O ia copy, hroo_. months ...-...- -.40.. it that it' not infrequently happen that the spurious article is mistaken makes a particularly positive pronun- Ten acres, one year old, choice vanities .
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: 4- "- by editors for the real thing, and at once southern ideals, southern ciamenlo you may be certain that 'Grapefruit and Oranges. ,Peach
except authorized corroopondcnts. must be Temple is the real au- trees between the citrus '
AH commUnlc tton., from our I is genuinely William Chase treesthese
suffer. Miss
vernacular and southern scenes McQueen
Ig-ned by the writer. ,
thor. Just now William is In t.he1i1111.jght will pay f'UJ'the grove In four
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for Reared in old time ,years,;.
she could be otherwise.
._ southern, because not an In
.. -- -- -- ) because of one of these. Has had expert care from clearing of
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souhern home between Tallahassee and Thomasville she was broughtup y
j econd-clase mall matter it he pledges; that Exchange; memberswill land to present time.
Entered at the ro.tofflco In KU lmmo Plot-Ida. aB y ,
.. __ _ ___. ___ ._' __._._____ .. 'Io -- amid such settings and influences that she imbibed the spirit of the quit the democratic party unlessit ,l lI
best in southern traditions and culture. Her dates
magazine writing goes back orr its platform pledjros! : I also offer fourteen acres all ... _
FEB IM'Utt 21, 1UJ3! : prepared
FRIDAY, maderemarkabe:
back only four or five years but in that time she has the tariff. The opinion und for ,
.. regarding ( ready planting grove. '''
for a writer depending strictly the merit of her work
progress upon that matter
.pretty generally: prevails no I.ak:' front with grove of large live

. . . . . . .... for recognition.. She has written a number of charming oulhern what the d.-mooiutio congress: may oak lot I 1.Jdil'J i: ; Kto I In plain ,t tvi.w
stories for the Youth's which holds the standard the
Companion, up to .
do. will have Ins
William u job on of l"l simmee. }For :
l best and pays well for all that is printed in its pages. She has written hands when he comes to deliver, I the, by .

I. EDITORIALJQE -- ] much also for "Today'., and her verse has appeared in the lending: goods Mr Temple came down from. owner A a1.

magazines and has been widely copied the Literary Digest having more I'ltt.huig! : the horn' oT the prottctinn 'fJ!' 'I'
+: r: :-:"w:-:-: f:..:--s'' --_"" "":-_'--:"--:: than once give place to her work in its columns of contemporary
I HUGH REESE I'KISSIMMEE'S : t idea II' made his money out ofa ,
poetry Two pieces of hers have achieved national notice, one being protected industry In 1'ittiburir, a J. E. Mattocks.KISSIMMEE .
"The Cry of the Pines"and the other "The Aignl's Nest" The first .
man mil he politic-all one tiling today
of these was employed extensively in connection with arbor day j'j FLA.
J. BRYAN I and quite another thini t tomorrow and
exercises and forest preservation work and the other by the Audubon - t
not lose his influence, but it IS not soin ,
Society in furthering bird protection. This is the kind of vv'oik that I,
Kissimmee. has as her guest today ihe foremost American citizen William counts; it sounds a note ringing true to existent conditions ; it is interpretative Florida and no one knows this furs" t i( ;
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bettor' than the nll'nh. make up the 1
J. Bryan. Mr. Bryan ha held his place ,In the public eye as no other man of awakened public sentiment to slay the destructive hand of inborship of the exchange A'..d

ever did. Th'e most powerful figures of history have no such record of cvn- I Commerce at the altar of the Good and Beautiful I tin .1 i, if William will take it from n i"- I ....

tinuous hold on public favor and this fact alone establishes beyond cavil his lie doesn't go at the tiling/ in the right: "

i superior Worth and regal ab.litv. Like all great mn. Mr. Bryan has his de'j' ----:0 -- 'say ; he will unlike nothing Florida ': LU ,i X

tractors, K... he i raw.ra aUnvi ahem all with the confidence of faith and j l h\' abusing ()wist' Underwood, t the : m
I, man who is leader of t the d"lI1o'rll
calmness of security in the correctness of his convictions. The 1 tribute paid him WE GOT THE CHAUTAUQUA-NOW FOR THE CITY DOCK l I Ilinise of H'pr'ntatl\ If hwiiuKI X .., .;. ''',' >

I by Senator Joseph L. Bristoxv after his spectacular fight in the Baltimore con- retain a tariff on henuit : ...
orange '... .
vention against the forces of I Ryan. Belmont and !Morgan .1< at once, sincere Some months ago the Gazette advocated the building of a city dock withpavilion take ome. other ,course thai Q im '

and unusual coming as it did from a political opponent schooled rather to and auditorium along with its advocacy for a chaulaucjua ,civurseX'e:: thn'atth"'al' to disrupt the dim, ::n

: decry than applaud him. Senator Bnstow aid : still lack,...the city dock and the pavilion and auditorium. but we ha\e at laM uiMitK. pact t in this state The i4vi: > i .

"Never in his career has Mr Bryan waged a more courageous fm'il' t ..tcfinMgteaUrodds ; 1 I
e1, than h- did yesterday. And while he went down in HclcMl. he''I The chautauqua course is short but .it i is meritorious and the introduction revenue ami it. ought to stand foi ugood --

demonstrated a strength of intellect and character hlch it seems to me is I i of il will lead to orgamzaton for a better course next The this revenue .on imported; citrufi.ut !- ;V line new Powers I?-A machineha
year. course -: perhaps, If \\llliaiTi! I hae
rarely found among men. I was struck with the serious, intense and solemn I !hem i installed in the Dixie
expression in his face as he advanced to greet the great audience that awaited week was secured only through very active woik in a very limited time. If 11'tuple,,I will mm' down, off'n his high IluatcT. and! us a consequence the

him. There was a solemnity about his bearing that I never have observed j I time is taken by the forelock, and an association fqnrted in ample lime a course horse and .say to Oscar, "(bore, let us. pictureate all life-dize and brighter

before he realized the tremendous of a week ten days for reason to!rithei."'i can he aitoin'plilnd and tlt-au-r, than ever' !before, all of
indicating lhaj power and uny.eldmg l'har-// or next season can be arranged without any trouble i' I 1 whuli the
the of IH being appreciated by
acter of his antagonists I whatever and the Gazette hopes to see this done. in nay, securing/ an ailiiU.ili patrons of this popular theater, as is

J "He fought I think as he never fought before. He had the VIKOT;;: the I In the meantime need the dork The old dock" | iiviiiui. Hi might I ::11 a shovel< l by the increasing attendance
fire and the earnest zeal of a crusader. His wonderful voice. that I has been' city i iiiut.| I ni.itli i of fad t nay. amid plia- fhih machine combines all the very
It 1 is a disgrace. and a reflection on the otherwise of thc ,ii"tl\I. ,|KI\\ On, ,
heard by a larger number of American citizens than that of any other political progressiveness town oian ri is a luxIV latt-Mt improvements, so that there is

r leader in the history of the republic, was never in better lonn \Vith' emotion I II! the right parties would go after it the lit)> dock would be built with .is much "I thaI It I I' |.Indue' ,...d! hv. f
!i he referred to his contests in the past, in behalf of fundamental principles ol ucce as the chautauqua course was organl'ed. .ii,d Ilia' they .111- having a d l,,,,uiiihtonsil si"n'pri a picture that IS steady all a

lime, nuikmg' i' 'ri i d N mart t 1'\ en rockAll
Jeffersonian Democracy. His .
sentences and Jirect
were strong!: They porlits ',' danger/ of fire is eliminated by
trayed strength of mind and deep conviction Its seemed to have a premonition wider I 1111'.t. m of proteit ". an automatic shutter which shuts off

ot the deleat that was coming when lie cecured! thaI lie "oulJ ue II j I.aa t Hi aught! even :ugut that (the the I ,rhr from 'In- ilm. the monip'i''
i unworthy the confidence of 6.000,000 Democrats who had for 'i\'ccn: years i THE TAMPA PAPERS MIGHT SAVE THEMSELVES THE TROUBLE | I."\ 01, t the. jilatfoi ni was nut. made for :' tinMiailune. IK .stopped thus preventing v

;. supported him in his fight if he was not willing. now t lo, risk 'IHI 1.dall"n in t tin' righteous and 0\trw orkd and it fiom latching fire.
r :Nicholas;
their defense. ', The Tampa Times and the Tampa Tnbune Irav.'abeen exchanging : JM>''II\| p.nil; fin I me"i', but AIM intended l la ' Powers, has, for fifteen
/: unsavory jiai-4, bun known to American mov-
"Again with dramatic climax h:s declared "the, lat till I have lived during compliments arising from a difference/ of opinion concerning the proposition I .1 stub to aw.ikiii. T i'puMie aris and inK ,pictiiie. I xhihitorH, as the foremost

; these sixteen years of healed political controversy is |proof, that I have not to bond the State for fifty million/ dollars for good road -nui;is to tin tit '"'''' nl then vs sty designer,) und\ manufacturer of motion-
't deserted the people." I that there .is a diffeieiun, httwitnpTotiitini putuie apparatus

: "Referring to the current of public! t'-roughout' the The Tribune has espoused this project from the beginning and the Times' u gung of 11 list magnates I Tonight' : .\ Dauirh'.i'r uf (the Red Man
opunoi country in is opposed to The Times who Special 101 \I':'son, :'J!.ri el FeatureI
i favor of a purer democracy and the anticipated triumph of the Democratic it says it is idiotic The Gazette doesn't icgard it niakithe farmer pay dividends I i ..

party: he'stirred the emotion of his audience by declaring that now the songs as idiotic but it believes the agitation for it to k>; ill advised. Let us reason on his watered stinks and the farmer ,L

of victory should be sung by one who has been in the fight during these SIX- together a bit. Suppose the Legislature should pass a Resolution submitting i i who makes the self\ same tiust magI I seuibly of the Equul| i'riii.rhisi'of : I"'ague t

( teen years. But the climax of his speech was reached when he declared his proposition the for I I nat pay a good round sum when hescueii I'loridu. '
\ : to people ratification, because this I is th.: course it would
'The question is. shall this convention the | llie June from an orange.11'tltian And
challenge thrown can adduce
accept down any man a Hound
have to take, it likely that other ,
is any plan for building good roads will have (
at Chicago by convention 1'hase'femple Could
a controlled
by win more
predatory wealth or shall we put ourselves reason( why It should not he adopted ?
in harmony with ?' and favor with the Legislature? Certainly not 111 u democratic flute hy the
) it then, with an assumed confidence he decjared practice i The Metropolis has heretofore, on '
i that he did not believe that this If such a resolution passed would be 1 of modesty than he has been I
convention could be 'scared by Ryan or Ifj'ught were it necessary to wait for more than actu.somed | several occasions, favored the movement '

by Belmont two years for anything to be done toward securing good roads. If the State to win in a republican state and now declares its intentionto
+.- - voted for the bond issue, the bonds would have to be sold, and there would atest y the threat practice will of raise bulldosiery.a laugh His in stand by the women' of Florida in :

be other details that would their demand for a voice in the government -
necessary require time, and the probability is thatno Florida.ooooaoaoooaoaoaaaa. r'
HOW PUBLICITY HAS HELPED OSCEOLA COUNTY AND actual work would be done the 'of their state.
on highway system for at least
KISSIMMEEThe The age of tyranny is passed.
three years. If the proposition is rejected by the people it would
as very Back in the early dawn, when our t'
Gazette I likely be, at least two years more will have been wasted before anything toward 0 LETTERS TO THE 0
published a communication in its last issue from Thomas K. o country was a-borning, it was pro-
Bates, of Sanford. building good roads is done. 0 0 claimed: "Taxation without representation -
Mr. Bates has been in the publicity business for many years. He quali- The Tampa papers might save themselves the trouble and unpleasantnessof : is tyranny," and we fought and

$c, fies the pretty well as an expert in that line of work. He said that he had watched saying nasty things about each other over this fifty million bond issue. The + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + : won our nationality on that cry.

experiment of sending out newspapers from this for results and THE HALL OK This representation we will not seekto
county next Legislature will roads FAME.
pass a good that will be less
that he had made measure ambitious but
a critical study of the subject was proved by the statistics Orlando, Fla., Feb. 5, 1l1a.-! Youraper I force upon woman; but if the women -
that he produced to support his statements when he said that the county had more practical- we miss our guess. > came last night and I I shrieked of Florida show that they really

I made a hundred per cent gain in the five year period between 1907 and 1912. _. - --o---- --- with unholy laughter. Why, the Hall wish the same electonal rights and

t i This was due to the publicity employed, undoubtedly, for no other reason can of Fame is where they put the "deaduns privileges as the men have, it is a
( be
f w !assigned Mr. Bates for stated it. the CASTRO'S CONTENTION SUSTAINED BY FEDERAL JUDGE WARD I ," and that box with the prettyittle call to the same spirit of liberty of

in matter very effectively. He referred to his experience black border did look too cute our father, coupled with the inate
g' the
writing Chicago Commercial Association about some matter and the and epitaphy''! Now, this spirit of their
entity is in to
Cipriano Castro's sons, so
that he
manner in which he has been hounded since contention was unlawfully detained by the immigration -
to come to Chicago and live. He concious of being much alive. Do change the constitution of the State
i concludes that if Chicago cannot afford to quit advertising that there is no authorities was sustained by Judge Ward, and Castro is free to come you remember that very unpleasant I that equal suffrage rights be

; had town no Florida that can afford to do so. There was meat in what Mr. Bates and go in this country at will. soldier told about by Browning who man and woman. given

1 to ay, and we hope thai our readers did not fail to read it. Thi opposed the answered the king's words
1'. '-- government entrance of Castro as an undesirable, but "You are The women of this state are not

the basis of complaint against him was political and it is good to see that t the wounded," by "Nay, I am killed, pioneers in the movement; rather have

) I ancient principle which this [ sire"? Well I may be killed, thoughI they waited, like true Southern
THE upon government rests was sustained by judgof wo-
BOARD OF TRADE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS I a I I didn't knowit, but was only one of
t f competent jurisdiction when the men, to see the result in other states,
\ immigration authorities did not have the my nine lives that went, and BO I'll be

I '-:' The Kissimmee Board of Trade has a set of new officers, and the oppor1 ordinary gumption to see that they were transgressing. their rights in the extreme good and let you have another one of and what seeing is good, they for California are convinced and other that

,' tunity is theirs to do many things to advance the progress of this food town. by detaining him. my perfectly good lives so you can states will be
good them.
: President B. C. Miller and Secretary C F. Johnson are capable men and Castro refused to answer certain questions that were to him make me play Heliogabalus, and be Besides
put being their lawful
r L they are interested in Kissimmee's continued concerning smothered in flowers of words. Dead right, we
growth general welfare. The the internal affairs of Venezuela
and in this he believe
granting ballot its
time has a more comprehensive or alive I and
passed the potency of the commercial body was questioned. A am ciwdially your friend,
: ,a live commercial i l body can direct the energies of the town in such a way as to knowledge of our immigration laws than many would be willing to grant LULU HAYES LAWRENCE perquisites\! to the other half of our

i get more efficient service from those who are the legally constituted custodian him. adult, population Will be a long step .
of the ------ --- THE EVERGLADES BOOK. toward cleansing the political
public welfare, aside from its generally accepted work of arena

\ new industries and publicly proclaiming the advantages of the section encouraging to which Ft. Myers Press--it: may be a good thing on the part of any organization Tallahassee, Fla., Feb 11, '13.I of much that now causes obliquity to .

I ,: .4 it is local. There is work to do, and we pledge the new officers our assistance to condemn the newspaper but regardless of whether they may have want to hank you for the complimentary attach to its following. Certainly it A

in performing it. erred or not we doubt if the town could be found, either in Florida or elsewhere notice in your paper. I can not cause conditions worse than

; Dr. W. L Winn, the newly elected treasurer, has been an enthusiastic that has been helped more; either directly or indirectly through the appreciate your kind words, and hopeI are now prevailing, and the active *' 1
Board of Trade worker and his newspapers than has Kisismmee. Of have done something towards of the
election was a recognition of this service. course the papers will continue to work presence highest type of wo-
;p A The retiring officers have given their time and efforts for the for the advancement of the town regardless of the condemnation of the county spreading the "Gospel of Truth." manhood in fields political, especially i

I good without selfishness and are deserving of a reward much more community material commissioners; it is to their own interests to do so, but co-operation is a thing I published this book at my own expense in the South, will add dignity and r

4 than they were given or will ever get. The best t brand of public duty is that worth while and not to be sidetracked after it has been begun. in order to get the facts before lend. a purer air to our political campaigns t

which is done willingly and without hope of the people. Copies of the book can .
compensation. Board of Trade --<0--- f ''
work is essentially that kind. Truisms be had by addressing T. J. Appleyard, We ''
Tampa is the name of a publication published can not conceive that with women !
serni-occassionally State
-------<(0- --- by the Tampa Board of Trade through the agency of its efficient Secretary, Printer Yours, for 75 cents a copy. at the polls, such results as have ;

W. B. Powell. The latest issue has been received, filled to the guards with J. O.truly, obtained' in Mississippi, Tennessee

'i L THE ORANGE COUNTY FAIR DESERVES GENEROUS PATRONAGE interesting in r ormat olla.PouT TampaThe; tdea it one lharlntghTte: adopts d WRIGHT. ana South Carolina, in the past few

by other commercial bodies with success. Tampa Tribune: The Kiasimmee years, could have been possible inIr'':i

Th. Orange County Fair which is in -.---+--- Gazette, which those elates.e '
1 progress in Orlando this week has is printing one of th r 1
been visited by a number of Osceola county people, and this is just as it should Herbert Felkel and his associates are showing fine results from their work best editorial pages in the country, Frankly, we welcome the movement ;.:.(

be, except that the number should have been much larger than it has been. on the Pensacola News. The circulation reports for the month of January. the work of Joe Hugh Reeso, is run- in the women's clubs of the state now J

Such enterprises always depend upon the energy and management of a 1913 show almost double that of the same month for the preceding ning'a series of -"Hall of Fm.e" : being pushed by Mrs. Katherine Livingston '

? fewpersons, and these few are never accorded that measure of credit to which That growth is a thing to be proud of. and Felkel's success is a matter year.of sketches, the first one devoted to Mrs I Eagan, president of the Equal (

r i they are justly entitled. The Orange County Fair is an event of annual recurrence pride to his friends. Lulu Hayes Lawrence of. the staff of Franchise League of Florida, and hope I

-1 in that county, and it has done much to impress visitors and prospective 0> the Orlando Reporter-Star. the women of the state will make 1

it has investors been with the possibilities of the entire section. It is possible that The Melbourne Times issued a big edition last week, filled witr) descrip EQUALITY known their desire for the right in
financial OF '
a success for the We tive and SUFFRAGE such volume and that the
are not prepared to matter photographs of the attractive section from which strength
say that it has not. but from a general knowledge of such The Times is it is published "Male and female persons shall, in legislature will
t enterprises the as exhibiting commendable enterprise in unhesitatingly adopt
introducing that fine :
sumption ii all
reasonable that it has not been a dividend producer to those who try'to prospective settlers. court respects, be alike eligible to voteand I the proposed resolution.-Jackson- :
t have J made it possible-..but it has been hold office in the '
pr a good thing for the section. O State of Flor I ville Metropolis. : ,
IS ; s Th Gazette wishes to extend its ida. I jl
congratulations "
*.' Orange County Fair. to the managers of the The Florida Real Estate Bulletin by Charles S. Emerson I
They have labored faithfully and well to spreading This is the main clause in the -FOR SALE.
produce show out and proposed
a is
t worth seeing, and their beat reward will be in the growing more attractive .as it grows in size. Mr. Emerson is a amendment to i :
reflection that our oeonstitutlonwhich Three-fourths :
something of real they hve done publicity man who knows his business and has the knack ( interest in the ,pixie ,j.
4 moment for their county. his subject vividly and effectively. happy. of presenting will be offered for action uponat Theater, a well equipped<
e , t \ the next session of the!' general. as- ing at the picture' gee" Gwrg, "Nlkilis., :Ul d'! :

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THE K1SS1 GAZETTE ' 1 *- --- AfS ,.
Tx .. .
IME VAN E i 'the .Laymen's: meeting ,will t :
take '
. place Sunday afternoon' afternoon.prior to their' tearing Mrs. with seasonable 'quotations. Those .,' '
at 8 o'clock ,
.. Stephenson had the and their who the "
dogs enjoyed social hour were Mrs '
at the : ;
Christian .
church:, ;J. M. Gard- :
Published Every Friday ribbons on display at her' home, Dean Mrs. Shirk Mrs. ,
... By, ner will on ; Keocka Mrs. "
- '. e lead the.,Jlervl es. All I are,. ,Mabbette'street... ; h
W.JJUARRtS.-; ; Invited to There"are pnly J W. Thompson.JMlss: Lizzie.Thompson ., _, r .
itors. attend especially the vis three of them left,and they will finish Mrs K. P.:Butler, Mrs. Jack Harris : L't "

.. .. . --- -George- -- F..Parker.-president.. out the week at Orlando. They are ,, Mrs. Little, Mrs ;J. M. Yowell, : /i .Latest in:
A swimming pool' about 10 miles'square President-Diaz-! champion-Baby'-Mane -Emma-Yowell-Mrs, AaM..Story, - ... ..
and Juanita II., Mrs Ross Graves ---'-'-="''' -'-' '-- "
Weather ..provides the fine speckled Mrs. ,C. W.. Dahn.
Report | ' Mrs. Elizabeth MsiLamb { I '
perch bass and trout served at> Lin H, D. Geiger:left this mominlftor Barnes, Mrs.' '
coln's. Mrs N. C. Bryan.
Oysters from
Apalachicola trash to I
Apopka look after some legal business Stetson's"Sparks",
Following the times a week. Families sup .. 4 E. E. Stewart of Toronto, manager ,
are daily temperatures I plied, pints, quarts or gallons Largecat of the Canadian Timber and LandsCo. I ;
and precipitation 'as and small kitten fish to order Mr.- and Mrs John Kincks of 'Chicago is In Kissimmee," visiting his .4' __ \\n
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v reported by..the Government arrived' several days ago to friend L.:A. j -- -, .
Allen R. Wrenn 'attended the annual :- spend the ; : Hamilton. Mr., Stewart'), ',:,
winter and
l station At Kissimmoe. for the meting of the McKoy Land Co. ant weather.E. enjoy our pleas has-seen much of the prairie country I .. ,,10''
9 ,V week ending Feb. 20. 1913. held at Orlando Tuesday Mr. McKoy since coming to this section and is ''J
.,, president of. the company, and Mr. : C. Duzenbury of the Katz dry',; very much impressed with its posaibihties. -') : ,' J e .
MAX HIM. RAIN Symmes, treasurer, both of New Orleans goods store, ,spent A- couple of days I He is investigating with the I''' '

'. Friday .. 1 . 1 63 49 179'' spent in Kissim' attending to business,matters. in Tam that purpose his of visit investing, will and it may be Pattern in Black, "
result in
some developments -
moo' with Mr. this
Wrenn week.
' prior to themeeting. 1 pa
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Saturday. 63 49 100 i .. I of considerable impor- l

Sunday. . . 66 41 Sheriff L. II. Ingram returned Saturday tance. 1
,I ;: The land sales this winter from a trip to Tennessee where.
a ,
Monday . . . 74 40 are some L. A Hamilton has returned from'a '
;' Tuesday. . . . 73 45 what doubted brisk the and quality many of buyers same who have have all he he was brought called back to.'get with a prisoner him. whom visit to Toronto, where he talked'' . . $3.50'i i '
Ve 72 59 Florida in general and Kissimmee in -- -- '
I ]yesday 40 agreed that the finest production of -'r-- I
"iI' ,Thursday . 79 58 ..5'lJ I strawberries, celery, beets, onions, 11. G. Taylor, of Jacksonville, has particulars with the result that he I j ; ',{ .: '
arrived in the interested number of who
carrots, cucumbers, city to make his home a people
eggplants etc x
.l'" ,. . . . 6- 6- . . . they ever had are served at Lincoln's, here and has engaged business with will likely visit this section. Mr. STETSON HA are ,.
his brother J. M. ,Taylor.L. Hamilton has just completed a bun- "
every day, and all inside the
town limits. grown galow on the lake front beyond the well known that fur S '
+MIIII lii it A. Steffee, traveling representative Kissimmee Lumber Co.'s plant. lie so I' ; i ,
The Sewing Circle of the Tampa' Times, was in is dredging out a basin for the -
of protection
; i THE!: LOCAL [HELD i !I Kissimmee young ladies, converted Kissimmee the first of the week. Mr. of boats While north he I ther comment is ,un \ "" .:f
J I their regularWednesday meeting intoan Steffee paid the Valley Gazette an ap- purchased two sailing dinkies, which '

4, excursion to the Orange County preciated call. will be put in commission on necessary. We show :,, ') }
I Fair, and enjoyed of arrival. ,
day unusual
. M III I I I I I I 11 I I I 11,1 1111 I I \ a I A. W. Paynter has purchased the. :
diversion.the They were delighted with interest of his partner, J. J. Hall, in The musical program at the Chapter these Iwo popular pat- ',. \ ,
Andrew Johnson visited Arcadia I exhibits the races and the aviation the Gem Studio, and the latter has House last Tuesday evening was ,,
1 this week. and voted the Orange County moved to Tampa, where he will i
Fair engage much enjoyed by all present. Mrs. I terns but have
Ji a great success I in business. many ,
\ W. H..Brokaw with Griffing Broth. Norton responded several encores I a:,: !

i rs, the tree people. 40-tf KisKimmee Tampa Tribune, spent-yesterday S. B. Aultman in the city, of I The Passion Play in three beautifully after banjo singing accompaniment.beautifully Miss to her Blake own i others to select from. - 'i ,'
colored reels willbe shown at ,
and Mr. Brown played violin duet I ,.
: on business. lie is''a prominent real ,. "
Lewis O'Bryan Wednesday inPampa. the Pastime next Monday afternoon .
Mills 1I. al\
and Thomason
played a piano --- -- - "-- - 1\
estate dealer of that and has -- ---
town and ;
I night in connection with the reg- solo. Maud Thomason humorous I. .. !
much gave a -
and about
property .
,I 1C strawberries to one cake at the city lie made the in trip in his ular 5 and program 10 cents., at the regular prices, .reading The next Tuesday even- "Challenge" ; , i A.
will be conducted ,
touring and ing reception by ,
I inf'oin's daily. Sugar on 'em too. It car, yesterday afternoonhe
went to Luke Thonotosassa to look Mrs. E. E. Westcott, of St. Cloud, Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Canning. Visitors 1,1 'J} I
Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 after his orange grove interests.The accompanied by her son and daughter, in the city are especially,'wel- Patterns in Grey, '1 : ;[ .:
for your wood. $125; and $2.00 per passed through the city this morning come. The Monday afternoon meet- _
,rand.t 7-tf friends of S. W. Thornton will en route to Orlando to spend the ings promise to be of great interest. \
be pleased to know that he has about day looking over the Orange County The short parlimentary gill last Mon $3.50 .T- J' ,
Mrs f II E. Ilowarter, of Cleveland, recovered from a recent attack of FaIr. day was very interesting. The first ,: :
is a guest at the Gray tone. Miss heart trouble that seized him one day lesson booklets are here. I '
Ilowarter is a relative of CoW\ A. while out walking near the city limits. The removal of the fence from the \ ,, 1, 1
:Mi Cool, who lives at the Graystone. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton are guests 'at Chapter House grounds by James .-.;- -, -' -- .- t ";
the home of L. K Farmer. This is Mcl'hatter this week has proved that ::: .-
A fine hot plate of cakes, couple .. . . . ':::
their third winter at Kissimmee and the mere removal of the enclosure constitutes .... .... a
shirred eggs and good cup of hot coffee they have numerous friends who are an improvement. Either a r- rr STRAW HATS! > I .J
and you feel satisfied you have had interested in their welfare. I hedge or a coping will probably be air -
a good breakfast. Lincoln has it. It placed around the grounds rsa a rra here in their and .
A bad smashup several killed owing -- r rrawe. are varying styles and weights \ : q qat
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., to the carelessness of some one's I Fred W Worth arrived in the city .
1'ainpa, ,Fla., lend money at 5 per cent ]lea In/ an axe around a fine lot of'' from Tampa this morning. Mr, I == all prices. The Stiff Straws range from$1.50 : J b
interest, payable in small monthly installments Lincoln' best house.fed hicks Worth of I 0r r I
ran I runs one the largest butch- .- S "
Write for particulars fitf into same and had their heads amputated I ering establishments in Florida nd s s-- I, to $3.00; the Soft Straws are $3.00. I ;
A large, handsome rooster is here to receive a carload of beef rrssaw '..
A grapefruit> properly prepared andertfvi sir =--=_ fI 1
looking on+ sang out "Cock-a-dooillo- I i cattle which he purchased from HenI I I -- -- i
S | IH I' line filling for the slomaih's loo, Lincoln will serve you up Sun- ry Mass and Joe Ward. I 'i: '.
sake I incoln's for breakfast -- rrrr
day in u choice dumpling stew Comein I t .
and! you get it It and try it. 9-lt ('ol..Philip Gordon, who 'held! the \. f
post of surveyor general of India, Is I / DAMN'S .
Rev. J. I). Sibert's subject for his ; A. F. Spawn has returned to Kissimmee visiting his friend Capt. Fred Hun- =, == 1 .
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Sunday morning sermon will he "The to work his 'o\\. 4"
resume at factoryin ter. ( Gordon likes the country : -- rwrrr
Alabaster Box; evening, "The Wonders the I'medale district. Mr. Spawnis and may in a home here. lie s 4 '
of Creation1" a scientific expert in food products, is now on invert list, and is prepared lair -ssrse Department Store : : ; :

Miss Ella Avery of Anderson S, C., and has valuable patents for the manufacture I I to indulge his whims somewhat wr *7;
and Mr and Mrs Frank Massey of of potato and cassava flour I more than army life permitted. -- wrttr ryas
Port Mill, S. C., are the guests of her banana coffee and other things that I i I KISSIMMEE, FLA. : t
The of S. S. Dlzzai :
k I Vr and Mrs J. W. Miller, are not generally on the market. He'|1 contracting firm :: ::: ..
"usins has been away from Kissimmee 'several & Son was given the contract at :1111 111.111111111''__ j'j'I
t iit their beautiful suburban home months organizing companies and I I Tuesday evening's meeting of the .1: r,

Kissimmee experienced a freeze establishing plants at Tampa and 1 Council for the construction of: the M i.

this week The cream and straw lier. Herdell\ additional sidewalk work that has _____ _____ I ; ,t,
Lincoln's froze together and been ordered recently, at $1.08 per s
rica at Rev. J. Lawton Moon was in Kissimmee -'square yord. The price given by the
hull cold enough to keep it Come
Wednesday for a few hours. Jaudon Engineering Co on the work
in and help thaw it out. It lie was on his way to the Sunday I I previously done was $1.09. The Jau- '

On account of several very interesting school convention in Jacksonville ,don firm did not bid on the contract LAKE GEM VILLAIN
event occurring on Friday which i is now in session. Mr. Moon which was let Tuesday evening. _$
: the 20th, the W. C. T. U. ban decidedj holds the pastorate of the Methodist
j its meeting until Friday, church at Ft. Meade and is doing fine 1 W. J. Sears received an appointmentthe
Fehr-ZSth postpone full attendance is work. lie is an active member of the' first of .the 'week from Governor THE and lake of Florida.
as a very HIGHLANDS region
I Board of Trade, serving on the pub- Park Trammell,as a delegate to the' : c
mesired. '"
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'licity committee. Ft. Meade is forging Fourth American Peace Congress to j. .. .. r
..4 Joint bebate' Brer Possum and ahead at a rapid rate, and it is be held at St. Louis May 1-$. Other "' ; .t: .
Brer Rabbit are expected in town'this i mostly due to the Board of Trade. members of the delegation are W. H. A ROLLING. COUNTRY with 'an altitude: of 250 feet. 1 : ;4r :
coming Sunday and if they arrive 1 Baker, Jacksonville; F. M. Simonton, : ,
those dining at Lincoln's can decide Mrs Edgar L. Smith, of Harvard Tampa; S. Bobo Dean :Miami; II. A. f d,' "' =a) ',n< .,
", the question as to which am thebestet. Illinois ill in Florida writing descrip-I(I B. McKenzie, Palatka; J.: L. Young, Wo '
It tive articles for" several Northern II- I.Plant I City, and J, C Robertson, NAVIGABLE BOAT CHANNELS six Lakes.and :
linols papers. Mrs. Smith became interested Ocala
Miss Mattie Bandy hag just returned in this locality from reading I I Ii two Rivers. / '.' r r t
from a trip to Chicago Louisville i articles in the Gazette, and is so well I I Ii i In response to quaint invitations, . $
and Atlanta, where she purchased a i pleased with Kissimmee and this vicinity i the Neighborhood Sewing Club cele- "
large stock of all the latest in millinery that she contemplates purchas- brated St. Valentine's birthday with
goods for her spring and sum- 1 ing a winter home here, and may, in.I Mrs. H J, Barnes at her, cozy homeon ALL ,BUILDING 'SITES are Lake fronts and are forty'f;;: 'f fl
Emmett street As the ,
become resident. / .
trade. i time, a permanent (0 ;,
mer I
j'( Mrs. Smith is the guest of Mrs. J. M. I of the good saint was to make others feet above the water.PROTECTION : j'1 ;, ;
Attorney W E. Leitner, of Arcadia, Cochrane happy, so the club made the hostess i '
spent Wednesday in Kissimmee with I happy by tacking a quilt. A pleasant -, -\
his brother, Dozier .....itner. Mr. I Fred R. Stephenson has returned social hour was spent. The story of i" -
Leitner was on his way back from i her Chihauhua dogs to the Orange St. Valentine was read. The decor- FROM COLD assured by the numerous ; :? ,; :
Jacksonville to Arcadia. He was i County Fair today-not to see the ations were red and green. Refresh- .. I ' ,
much impressed with the progress; i fair, but to take some more ribbons. ments of fruit salad, cakes, tea wal- Lakes north of the property. ( , , .
Kissimmee is, making, and thinks the ''it's a sure thing they'll get the rib- nut fudge, were served. The favors ',t.' ,
town has a bright future. bons, for they have never failed. The were red heart-shaped stamp books, :

A MARKET FOR YOUR FRUIT within I less than one :;: .. ;

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DIRECTLY ON ONE RAILROAD and sufficiently r i

KATZ'S near another to receive competitive freight rates. r :,:"' .':

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,, making and caring for a grove is free to our purchaser \ ,i

t. the vice of 'f '
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,.;4; It's our pleasure te tell you this week of the pretty AN EXPERT who will make and bring your grove to ,: : : '. "

i new things on our shelves in the way of Dry Goods. any stage of maturity desired, if you wish this done ;' s

J They are all the latest creations and it's our pleasure before making your residence in Florida. ;

to show them. We call special attention to our Linens -

I': in which we have a variety. both as to price, texture MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED BEARING GROVES

, and colors. in the immediate vicinity--the proof of the pudding. s'

,rii , t.: Our flouncittgs in Embrodiery and Lace or also .

' t( \ worthy of your tt uiee. And our line of lOc Ginghams THERE IS NO OTHER proposition in the State that .

equal in colorings to those selling elsewhere at 12 & 15c. 0 combines half these advantages. ,


;{ . /11 1--- FOR CORROBORATION of this statement call at'r I '

:; our office and visit the property.Lake'Gem .

KATZ t -
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,;.,I !Ii!Iili! !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii !Ii!Ii KISSIMMEE TO SEEPROFESSIONAL EUCALYPTUS TREES I DRANE EXPECTS TO BE I I I than think he I have has."more votes pledged to me l I

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Senator Fred? :M. Hudson has been
!91 ANNOUNCEMENTS. !91 BALL I spoken: of as the loading candidatefor Desirable

: !95 !9 Iif I the presidency of the :Senate{ and I Ten

f y1y1y1! ! !Ii !y1 !Ii !y1 !yt !Ii!Ii !y1 !y1!Ii CHICAGO -CUBS" WILL SPEND WRITES OF 'PLANS HE HAS. MORE VOTES if Senator lrane has the better of

1. ... ,.., THIRTY DAYS IN TAMPA AND FOR DEVELOPING LAND NEAR THAN .HUDSON AND WILL I him, it seems likely that he will be the

: .-' I hereby announce'' my candidacy GIVE EXHIBITION GAMES TURKEY HAMMOCK, .PROBABLY BE ELECTED. successful candidate. There arc no and Twenty
for re-election to the office of City other-candidates,and 4t is not probable -
I that any other senator will geek
Marshal. -
Considerable interest is felt in Kis-
R F. W. PITTMAN.I the honor than those
tf-pd alreadyin the
simmee over the announcement that Referring to his company's plans Senator II. J. Drane, of Lakeland,
the Chicago '"Cubs" will spend thirty race. |I Acre TractsFor
myself a candidate I for developing the Florida lands pur- in Kissimmee last week and
I hereby announce was Hpl'ntthe
days in Tampa, and during that time 'I I Senator liranc I
I watt III politics
of Marshal and \ last week, 1C.; Chambers, sonnyears
e for the office will play eleven of ball with chased time between trains in meting;; old
games but 'II
1 Tax Collector for the City of Kis- of the Chambers ago dropped out 0 or" time
other teams. I general manager ,acquaintances and renewing friend
action of the I] to devote his attention Trucking and Fruit
simmee, subject to the to Im.sinoHs. i iI Grow-
All the games have not been arranged Land Co., of Kansas City, writes to ships. I
White Primary. I for as yet, but the first is 1 I fie has I been exceptionally > '
the Manufacturers Record as follows: 11'sful'i ing. 'Our land extends: from
FLOYD I Being candidate for president of '
I scheduled to be played Monday, Feb. of a land has armed it that easy stage of
j ,24, with the Cuban Athletics from "Concerning our plan develop-r the Florida Senate Mr. Drane was hI' affair) where he city limits nearly to Orlando.
For Mayor.We I Havana Three games will he played ment on the Kissimmee tract, just I asked for an opinion concerning his I can give sometime I
to affim | |Ie,
: 1 ls pleasant, Only $:JO .
are authorized to announce the between these: teams, the series being : south of Lake Kissimmee in Florida. I chances for election. "I think I shall per a're.i
continued Tuesday and Wednesday.The . 'polished<1 and able, and if I he, rs, chosento :
of FRED W. BASS as a candIdate 'We propose to build several hundred : be elected he said. "Senator Hudson
0 name Boosters' Club of Tampa i is behind pii'side<1 over the Senate. he will i\ Terms. : $2 per acre rash and $2
for the office of Mayor of Kis- houses on the various tracts and tot I and I not
running against
the movement which secured the are bring dignity( an I alibi y 10 the difficult
himmee. 'Cubs" to winter 'in Tampa. The mer- ; furnish citrus trees and some eucalyptus each other in a certain sense, but 1 t+isk.\ I per acre monthly.
i chants of Tampa form the Boosters' i trees to each purchaser whe :, WHITE FOR
i I hereby announce myself as a canI Club( and they think that the comingof 1 will go onfchis land for the }purpose of .. .1 I
the will the big leaguers will prove to be The land is situated : ,
didate for Mayor, subject to \ | development.
I for all of this
of the people at the ensuing election. section of Klorida. Besides many I in the artesian belt of Florida, and is TEACHERS OF FLORID,. I I

j 1 respectfully ask your support. people will! be given their first oppor- 90 per cent prairie, covered with a : McKOYLand
I ,1 J JAMES W. LILLY. tunity to sec how the big players han- I luxuriant grass. Tha Kissimmee Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review Course I
dle the ball. There are a number of river divides this tract, and a boat
enthusiastic fans in Kissimmee who -.I {Ill M :1Ir1'" -in MUITII.: .-
t. For Councilman. will take advantage of the chance to line makes regular trips from the Send for bulletin. A special( low rate In given The Hal, t. xl hooks j I CompanyMach
elf candidate { town of Kissimmee to Fort Bassenger., used You can' enter at any time l'rl'l"r.- for h. are
': I hereby' announce 111) a witness some of the aH.lio It'T Klail." Cost IK only
game week, or'S39OO for the nine ,
I is constructing JUT week This 111,1",1. tail, hoard!,
office of Councilman, The East Coast Railway room
oj for the I I light and tuition. Send for picture I bulletin : Building.
and respectfully solicit the support of "There's u .difference' in (1104yOU I an additional line through Whittier Address STETSON L'\1Lnsr1'1. 1t..I.and, I"'orld.'

all the voters of this> city. I promise I I know, between" this country and | , just east of this tract, and I am Special attention la called to The I'r.lmlna.t'our: ,..' In 'larl"ullure. 'llolauy. KISSIMMEE, FLA.
Itiology Organic Inorganic Chemistry Qualilatlvn .
if elected to give the same careful Kuinpe I[ ," said a man in, :New; York to I told that trains will be running into Agricultural Chemistry, Mln'ralogy. Oeology &a The and l'rrlrdl..1 Q".nllialive('uurat"-analy"IL FOR
attention to the city's interest that 1 i a newly arrived. Irishman. "For ;nt Whittier within thirty days. I have !'hyslolOgy, Biology Anatomy Bacteriology, JllatoloKY, otloI'"Y.' Botany, lcnHal- UENT-Two modern fiats, with
Inorganic Chemistry
Chemistry. Qualitative and
I Quantitative all
would to my private business. Election r t ,stance jour friends in Cork ale in I searched Florida with extreme care, .. aool oW M.alPlano, Pipe organ. VIolin, Voice, Harmony and Chemlslry.Ch"r.1.01' k I j city conveniences. Apply at
March 29th, 1913. i while we are enjoying ourselves in and I regard this tract as one of the I 11.1 oW Fl.e Art.-Urawlng Painting In 011. Water Color &c 6-111& I the Gazette office. 20-tf

i Respectfully, R. 1)). WAUINO. bed and fast asleep. by this time, II best for colonization purposes in Cen- 11 I -- -
1 ''the early evening" tral Florida. The land will be soldon -

"That's alway_ the way," exclaimed payments to suit the purchaser.
\ I wish to announce my cHiidu'acyfor
member of the City Council, subject -1 I'atr'l'land\ liver got justice yit." The retail price will be $40 to $50 per \\1 A GIRL'S ENGAEMENT

l s to the will of of the voters of :New.: York Telegraph.of acre. We shall establish a townsite I RING
: I under the of "Headwater" at
I -- name ;
Kisisimmee i in t!>o approaching election ,
.l Kissimmee subject to the action of head of the Kissimmee river. In this i i

y G. II. Pl ATIIER.I the electors in thp forthcoming elec" townsite many lots will be donated ,
lion. I take this method of pledging or church and school purposes, as well | i is her proudest
i my best efforts in the interest of the as business enterprises. I am organIzing i /1II possession until she wears the
I take this means of announcing my city In the event of my election.M. .
under the name wedding band.
a new company Our
display of
candidacy for the position of Coun- -- of the Modern Land Co., with headquarters and

cilman, subject to the; action of the | I am a candidate for the office of at 522-23-24 Midland Building 'j I' other rings is exceptionally attractive and

voters. at the forthcoming city elec 1 City Councilman, and respectfully I Kansas City, Mo." !i high

- k I tion. I pledge my best endeavors for !i solicit the support of the voters at iI I class. We have them in all styles, settings and
/ E a t businesslike administration so far
;, fi j the approaching election. Immune. at practically all
I as it is possible for one holding that I G. II. HALL.I V a prices Think you'll need one
l r
t J position to control. The lion. Tim Sullivan of Tammany d4 ? y
w11'Iflnl I
:I :, J. W. THOMPSON. I hereby announce myself a candidate fame tells of a young philosopher he '

'" for Councilman, subject to the encountered not long ago. on the ,r

: In making this my announcement action of the electors of the city in street. I

e for councilman, I wish to promise the the primary and election to follow. I' This lad was of diminutive size, and .4 ,

ti ''' voters in soliciting their support thatI believe in the recall of every man who\( carried under his arm such a load of

y I shall exercise in that position, if :' doesn't do his duty, publicity j>fj exI newspapers that1 the Hon. Tim was !

I' i; elected, the best judgment I can command I II penses in running the \-town; ,, to be moved to pity. Jeweler and t
: in discharging the duties and publi<;hed' every ninety Sdays/ believe 1'Son- "sked -the :Tammany. C. A. COLE .j

f obligations of the office.T. ll that the taxes should be.reduced "don't' all those papers make, you

M. RIVERS. |Iin some way, and' I thfnk a commission UiWT" Optometrist"i.tfv. Jjj.
4 4a fjE>rra of goveninnf\would be ""Nope,"" cheerfully replied the bit

1 1 hereby announce myself ait candi better for the town. ","Jt ', of, hum. tl'. "I can't read."-NewYorkSuiy I 47 7

a date for member of ',&**City Council pd ,M)", .Hn M.? STEEN,. .:I_ oot 1'e i ''Z'Zk'
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'. .* FLORIDA, NOTES. 4* { ending 'To the West and ,
*" -. (For.,' the month Feb. 10, 1913)) Northwest.

Brief Chronicles of Development) FIRST GRADEA )i .
Div.-Henry Ballinger, Leo Canova, VIA .. '
SomethingNot >; In Many Section of the < Ralph'Guff "': I1ulhi gnyder' Carrie- '
), DIXIE < '
0 Busy State. 0 4 bell Hansell. LIMITED---DIXIE ,

.000000000006004400"Men B Divt-Fred Evans, Doyle Davis, AND I

Marguerite Duke, Katherine\ Miller, "
For and Business" ia the name ofa Elizabeth Satterfield, Alice Buzza, .SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED "

Sale new weekly publication now being. Janet Graves, Lucile Griffin. __ ._ __ -. -. -- _- - -< ---- -- ",.

issued in Jacksonville SECOND' GRADE, 8B: ( Ground has been -broken for the 10:28 pm-L.V. Lakoland ?__ 11188 am 11:88: am -.,w-. ...-......_.____ A, C. U. p
A Div.-Vera Gilbert, Martha. New- '11:62:: pm-Lv. KlHslmmro -- -1:01 pm 1:01: pm __---.-___.-...,..u._ A. C. L.- Ii
erection of the new post.ol'fice'at Day- felt, Lucile Nickols, Elizabeth Parker, 11:61: am-I.v. Orlando ______ i35 pm 1:36'' pm -_-__----?-.___ A.. a U j I",
I :81 am-Lv. Sanford ?____ 2:40: pm 2:40: pm _____.-_-_______.. A> C. L. : ;}
BRADLEY NAME tona.At Joe Bryan, Leroy Bass, Bradley 6:46; am-Ar. Jacksonville __ 6U: ( pm 6:40: pm ________________. A? C. X* ,
an early date the citizens of St. Breckenridge, Glen Cain, James Dietz, I. ,I,
nnot be Dixie Dixie Buuth Atlantic )f
bought Petersburg will vote on a. commissionform Eldrid Flint. Limited Flyer l Limited. \.
as it of B 9:36 am Lv. Jack'nvlllo ACL.826pm: 8:16p.m: Lv. JacksonvilleA.. C. 1, 111 -
government.The Div.-Wilbul' Anderson Robert
ct: appears on :40am Ar Waycroas A.G.I10:2Cpm: O:20pm: Lv WaycrossA.. C. L. 'f ..
the bags of wholesale grocers in Pensacola Buckles, Gordon Bullock, Elmer Fire- 6:18pm Ar Macon O S & K 4:16am: j 3:46am: Ar Macon _____._0. S. F. .! ,J
high grade 8:03pm: Ar Atlanta C. of Oa. 7:25am12:18ntn : :47pm: Ar Atlanta ;_ C. of Qa.13:19pm i"
fertilizers have formed a wholesale grocery, as- tine, Kirby Johns, Arthur Simpson, : Ar Ch'tnn'ura W.&A. ll:66am: : Ar Knoxvllle--_-___-.-_-__ti. A N.3.16pm .' t
which it sociation.In Combs Young,Howard Mattocks, Ed 4:60am: Ar Nashville N. C. I : Ar Corbln ________L. A N. S4 It.J .
& St.:; 1..________4:30pm: !00pm: Ar Louisville; ________I* tc N. '
covers and which it 1 St. Petersburg a teachers' h ain- gar Roger, Allen Stockdale, Uly ; ;'
GOpm: Ar. St. Louts. I. C. 1 ::60plYAr Indianapolis ____Pa. Line
ing and normal has been 1
course established Chapman, Zelina Bronson, Bessie
guarantees. It L. & N.______7:20amAr. :
has in the public schools.! Crafton, Virginia Dann, Ruth Davis, II!'65pm Ar LexIngton ______L. A N. ).
,stood for quality for fifty IlopklnMvlllc, L. i 1 .60pm: Ar Cincinnati ______-_L.. &; N.
years; it is the Next fall Chipley is goin to have a Dorothy Devault, Vivian Ford, Mary & N.----------6T.5pm: '
best guarantee have sweet potato cannery. This will be Kritz, Cora Rutherford, Olive Ruther- .2Kam Ar. Rvnnnvlllp. L&N 9:4Spm: I|1 20am Kalamazoo ______O. R. A I. ',: 'i
you can ; it is crop 10pm Ar. Terre" Haute, C. i 0.60am: Grand Rapids .___a. R. &. I. t,
insurance. No installed; by one of Chipley's progressive ford, Margaret Winn, Nellie Woodall, & 12. I. ______1.05am: :
other brand has endured citizens. Sallie Led better, Katherine McKoy, 7:02pm: Ar. Chicago, C.10. I. 6.54am: 15am Ar Cleveland ________Biff 4)) ,15 Finlale .'
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and maintained its supremacy so long. The Pensacola Electric Companyhas THIRD GRADE.' I. ...u..d' 1)1:MK Kl.VKIl Mouth Atlantic Limited :, 1.I' (

There is no secret about the I just let the contract for a new cur Thelma Sutton, Dorothy Miller, I Solid train composed of Solid train carSolid' train composed of electrlo H
oomposlto flection
wonderful cart "
I burn, and work will be slatted very Doris Nickols, Willa Bass, Lily Hansen drawing-room: 8letplnfrcam r y I n g electric lighted drawing-room Pullman '

i growth of the Bradley trade in Florida; I soon on it. Lois Little, Vela; Johnson, Chas. observation' comIltllt..d compartment sleeping cars and coaches, between }
Car and dlnln observation '
pnrtmont 'i
it is the natural result of superior merit News comes from Eau Gallic that Jackson, Walter Griffin, Horace Dann, car between Jack on- sleepers anti elec.vllle Jacksonville and Cincinnati and ,
Jacksonville Louisville and Indlan-
of I the town is full to overflowing with Frank Reed, Artie Taylor, Claud and Chicago and file llfftUed section ,1111
1 the goods themselves. section ilrn win K-room drawlngrr npulls; tnt-ousrl sleeping car between _
tourists, who arc enjoying the fine Barnes. sleeping car between o o m uleepers. Jacksonville and Cleveland; "
Jacknonvlllc and St.Ixiuln. First class'coach- also Pullman sleeping car between ,Ip 11
fishing and boating./ FOURTH GRADE.A Also section es and smoking Jacksonville. and Grand Rapids on i
BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS I A movement is now on loot to build Div.-Elizabeth Howell{ Lillian drawlnif-rooin Bleeping car. Dining car Wednesday, Fridays and Sunday S s star
Bef wren Palm Bench serves all meals of each week. Dining car service '
an ice plant at Davenport in connection Harris, Gladys Firet..tiive, Ila Fansler, and Chicago." a la carte. between Atlanta and Cincinnati. y ;.
I with Which wll be an electlic Fern Fansler, Harriet Buzza, Leacy ". Ii .I'
It has never been the : For reservations or other Information..communicate with your Tick- 1
policy of the Company light plant. Tiner, Frances Kritz, label Ploetz, ,'a Agent A. W. FHITOT Division Passenger Agent Jacksonvilleor Fla.. ._ i
to sell the cheapest goo s. The best fertilizers I The third annual: he" lOn of the Edith Miller, Anna Newport, Eliza- J. U. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent Tampa, Fla. 8tf -r.,',

are the cheapest in the long run and the best is Florida Gospel :Navy Bible conferencewill beth Linn, Bessie LaLonde, Nellie , '"" ,..

never too good for our trade. Florida soils are I I L.. In-Ill in Stuitit "I'ci ruary :2Ji;I to Bowen. -- - I'' ,.r :f

deficient in all the March 1. B. Div.- Frank Bulling.-, Lon j
principal elements of I
plant growth Con i I foi a .1 wall at (GulTport; Dann, Abie Johnt>tone, Donald McKoy, ),

and they must be added in larger quantities than will be let within a few days. This I Roy Young, Jesse Ropp. :
in most other Merrill-Stevens Company .
states. For this reason Bradley's \\ ill add 'about 55 acres to the city of FIFTH GRADE.A. )

Fertilizers are the fertilizers for Florida growers. 1 iulfport; and extend about half a mile Div.) -Jessie/ Bowen, Grace < I: ,.

,I I along the bay front. Graves Miriam Munger Clara Have a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality : J;

Write ns today for booklet, mailed free. : I William Guthrie of Boynton shipped : Janette Sullivan, Harry McAdoo, El of work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General Blacksmithing a {

The American :1 u carload! of eggplants and peppers : ry Schell.! and Repairing. I Beams.!; Acetylene Gas Welding. 4
Agricultural Chemical Co. I few This the B. Div. Lucilu ,
a days ago. was -- Downing, 'Is
White Oak Mahoginy. Cypress and other Hardwoods always in ,
Jacksonville Sale. Department, 'lust car of vegetables from there this Kritz, Freda Schweikart.
I stock. General Machine work. Boat Construction and Re-
P. o. Box .
216 Jacksonville, Florida. season I I
C d Postmaster W. A. Allen of DeLand) A. Div.Allio May (Cummins Mal pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited. I

: president of the I'ostiiia-leis' Association l I 600 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. ', ;1 ', ,:
: of Florida, has called the association Til-ler. ;' .". Ii I

to mc-et III annual session at : Howe 7-4t pel ;1'1'. 'yI \'

Eustis; :March :L'oI:!I and _"..'. i 1 II.! Div.Lawrence' Hansen Ray- ,.t i 1';' -,

A large number) of pretty yachts i mond Bearden. ,,' "" : '\.'

from the :Noith; ale i now anchored off SE\KNTH; ;:'; GRADE.; --- ;' ; '

Fertilize Your St. A u ubtine. The yachts affordmuch ', Hculah McKenzie, Katherine Jackson I I : <, : ',,.

pleasure! to"the :Northerners who Ruth Howell. :

spend the winter months there. EIGHTH GRADE.) I THE H. G. SIEVER ., ::1.,

Trees The Punta Gorda; Herald says: Lynetto Hogan; Elsie Dietz, Robert ':
Orange ;
"lioca Grande is likely to become a Jackson, L. I D. Geiger. I REALTY COMPANY l lI i

second Atlantic (City when the plansof NINTH: GRADE ,

The mild winter l has caused the spring growth (10 start early. capitalists who are now exploitingthe Lois Linn, Hugh Brush, Eflic Bass, I I '

Don't delay f fertilising.. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give results island aS '_.Consummated." TENTH: GRADE."' 1 Prairie Land, Orange Grove, High Hammock Land f!

and will not produce die-back. The Palm l\.t.'al'h county Sunday Edna Schweikart. I Timber Land Land at all Price and on Easy Term a y ;

school (convention' met in Boynton on ELEVENTH GRADE. .
February 7th. Delegates from every Alice Stute.
Your Truck Garden Cropsneed Sunday school in the county were Many more pupils would have beenon 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, wilPeichange half value +

the honor roll this month had for other real
present. they estate -:- -:- -: -:-

that available and rich food. not been kept out of school on account -,
fertilizer is quickly ir> plant The Farmers' Bank and Trust Com- j
50-aere Orange Grove, will trade for half value
Our special crop formulas are made to give big results quickly. pany of West Palm Beach will open of I1leasles. '
for other real estate balance -:- '
easy payment
its doors for business one day next
WRITE FOR BOOKLET Judge-"It seems to me that I have I
week. The bank ih capitalized at i i
$50,000. seen you before. I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA.I' f
J. M. LEE Agent Prisoner-"You have, honor
your ;
The British steamship Induna left 1 .' .
I taught daughter singing les-
Pensacola a few days ago. for Ant. your C ;

INDEPENDENT fERTILIZER COMPANY and Grangemouth with 'twrHfe- sons. .
werp .
,.Judg --uThirty year's."--New York I
than three million feet of .
JAOIo pitch pine lumber and timber.

I made the -- -- -- - I
According to reports by I DOllED [LEITKER'S IHSORHHCE
railroads and steamboats, about 7- flGENCY ,
000 visitors went to Pensacola for the

Mardi Gras carnival. The crowd, it The Oldest and largest Insurance Agency In Oaceola County t

is said!, would have been much largerbut FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT |I HEALTH ,'
I .**.led <.a -*- /
1 for two days' heavy rain.
A new lodge of Masons has been organized HELP YOU.

BOOK ___ _----.0 _
SPRING CITRUS in Miami. For some time it -- - - -
that Miami Are you getting all the good things President. N. C. BRYAN i_
has been thought was C. A. CARSON, Secretary.
out of life there le l ? Do you enjoy
I entldedFull large enough to support two lodges, your meals? Do you enjoy a hearty
Half Drops and this action was in furtherance of laugh? Do you sleep well and enjoy
I restful. Bleep? The Waters & Carson.
Which ? the project. You will enjoy all these things If \
The Florida East Coast Railway is you feel all right. You will findpleasure

to install suitable at the In everything. \
This booklet the reason for siring\ fertilizing, description of going gates It ts only a Question of good blood '
gives Senton ,crossing( at Twelfth street in Miami and Taylor' Best Blood Medicine Grocery Company
formulas to be used, the amount time, and I mode of application.! as a protection of life and property. helps you to have good rich blood.
That's how It cure. rheumatism. .
request. Flagmen will also be placed at several Come to our store to-day and get ,
IDEAL method have made the banner .troves. other crossings. a bottle and If you are not satisfied Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
after taking It, take the bottle back
POTATOES The fourteenth annual Mardi Gras
SEED IRISH and get your money.
(Choice Selected I StockWrite I celebration, which came to a close in Price, ".00 the bottle. 1 1o
Pensacola Tuesday night, is said to Your own druggist recommends andguarantees h'
for 1'ru-cB. Best
I Taylor's Blood Medl-
I ,, have been the most beautiful and the ulncB. ask him about It.
I Let us Bend, you our I booklets Irish'Potatoes and Florida vpgetabl..s'j most successful ill the history of that

town. -
I FERTILIZER > * 4444444444444 44 40444+ 000040004 l
TOOMER The the ,
WILSON & : arrangements {or coming 4 4 r 4 0 1
j Mamd.ti urere"f Orange County fair, to be held in Or- If you want a 4 WE SELL: 4 (0 WE BUY: 4 i

IDEAL FERTILIZERS I II lando February IK! to :U2!, ale i said to BARGAIN 4 HAY, 4 4 0 ;,
be and in an .} 000 1 (0 HIDES, 4
going; on rapidly systematically -
I JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. I I and the officials, 1 are all busy with ORANGE GROVEor 4 GRAIN, .. + I 4 0 '
I 4 4 4 FURS, 0 ,
Local Agent. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. the details. i .} FERTILIZERS, 4 0' O G

l. II I I'lans ale already being made for land to grow 4 . 0 WOOL 4 '

__ the meeting; of the Florida Medical 4 SHINGLES, + 4 t O ,
__ Oranges and 4 0 4 ''
Association, which will convene 'n'
N '
Miami this year, beginning the second : 0 + 4 .
- -- ------ - Tuesday in May and lasting three Grapefruitsee .:- ORANGE WRAPS, 4 4 ALL 0 i

+t. II I I I I i II I I I I I I I I I ,4-li+++++++#"F days. 4 4 4 Fi

CKANFOKU. Bradentown to have
C. A. CARSON. J. A. a new up-
Vc.-l'r..I.Io'nl., l o 4. O 4
President. to-date bottling plant. The very l J .} CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE. 4 ,
latest improved machinery will be installed 4
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including; a sanitary automatic 40404 + 4004 +44400004o . 44444404440 4 I . 4. + 44040040000. ,

, LUMBER CO. bottle washer. The plan) will be t
KISSIMMEE in operation by March 1st. FIRST CLASS BARBERS ::1 f
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. k '
The Carrabelle Topics tells of the : A. E. FORD I We (give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties:
purchase or some 32,000 of timber 0 18 4O '
acres Broadway Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. ,
and Dressed c* for turpentining by a firm that CIGARS. TOBACCO, $fC. > We are county agents for good fertilizers. Auk us for circulars: and
Rough proposes to enter into the business at 000 Under New Management. 4 prices on fertilizers. '3
004004404044 00400
once. Carrabelle wiil likely be the __ ,
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PINE LUMBER. headquarters Lakeland for the new company. John White"Co. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
The 'Telegram\ says that LOUISVILLE. KY.

<05,000< quarts of strawberries were Est. bUsh d 1887HlOheatmuketprla DANCING !

sent out from. that town last week, paid ?

A SPECIALTYiiiiiiiiiin I which brought to the growers about .; FUSS I : : EVERY TIIITRSDAY EVENING XT I t "
J $13,000. The shipments are now be- WOOL FIREMEN'S :HALL : 4'

1111111 tween 5,000 and 6,000 quarts!' daily. {oil 'O.uoa, 11111I111111111 1111 III 1111 11,1,1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1" 1"-' It. ., t'wa

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\ IflLKt.llli'V.'! TEllS' tTI) 1NCOKPOHATIO C."ptaUon. and while tbe owner fat Florida i_____.__-.....*.-.,....3.331 0,, DR. Physician andl *
; The City Rxocutlvo Committee of titS I."TICN' ." took*, bond. or other obligations IN WITNESS WHEUKOF1-. d .
Y White Msn'a Party In Ui" city ut KIsslmmee" *. |o exerCise all the right, subscriber have hereunto set their Surfffeon

NUW PRESSING[ CLUB hereby call and provides for that the IJOWerB'n4 privileges of ownarshlp hands and orals, this 'Tenth day -of Phones .
holding of a White Mans Primary CM given t h.reor. ndtoexerciae :any. and. all February. A. 1). tlMS Kissimmee
.election to bo hold )In tho city oC Kl.- 1orHlKned will apply to the Governor voting poV o'a thereon.. W.. CHAWFOnn ( Offlce 197 4Rca.
and TAILOR SHOP slmmeo In compllnncc with (ho' laws of the Htato of Florida on the IOU day To aid In any mann any corpora JOHNMTUN (Meirl 248. Florida
ot tho State of Florida said. primaryto of March A. U* 1918. for I,'Uern Patent tlon whoso atocki, bonds or other 'IA' Seal .
.. ......,..,....., lnci rpotatlnff SOUTHERN UTILITIES oblgaUonB 1'
--- ba held during: tho fiours fixed by law are held or are In any HTATR OP ,
FINE TAILORING for tliw. holelinir of c-luetlona.; : on 8atur fTOMI'ANY ndcr. the following pro- guaranteed by the corporation and to COUNTY FLOUrA; .
and Articles of :. 5$. .
day March Nth ISIS for tile nomination l>nif< d Charter Incorno- Jo any other acts or thlntra for the h +
AND REPAIRING of candidates for city elective of- 1"110". a copy of which ban been ii led preservation protection, ,Improvementor the BH IT'KNOWN: That b.for me T M. RIVERS, M. D. 5
undersigned and'ror
OF ALL KIND3 flees to be* voted for at. the II'pncl'al office of tho Secretary of State enhancement of the value of Notary ... .
any the
city cle>ctwn to l ho hcM In said City of of. Bald I.ot. of Florida such stock bond or other obligation' State of Florida, County of Osceoln PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '7
WleRl( ) personally appeared W. U. Craw
Klnilinmoc on Saturday, Match. 29lli y 1PjSN or to do any acts or
thing- designed ford
i :$ Pat Johnston and P. A Vans Agnew -
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11118. for any such Olllco over Pharmacy .
purpose. col&
Work Called For and Delivered ,.rnlnd. 1'rlmnry.: 1'. A. VANS AUN12W To guarantee the to me well known and known to met '!
performance by to bo \ Residence 63
PHONE61 the Individuals and who subscribed I .
Prfivldoel that a second primary, A :* OF i\<.oaroitAi\ AMI any corporation whose stocks bonds their lHONKSfOHIceL. 1
to1 the
foregoing r us '
where* cessary under thn provlsioimf 11'1:1.1' or other vvldi-nc.-o of Indebtedness lameB .
FRANK D'UKE Proprietor said lawn .hall l bo held on Saturday l.nOI.U"I:n .IAU.I'I. shall 'be held by this corporation or Irf Proposed) ACKNOWLiaDUKD .
March' IE 1H13 to cliooau between of which this corporation shall be In that they executed the same for '

Illllll iiuiiiijiiutl.4-4 I I + the highest/ candlejuttts where nominations MO'IIIiitL'lIMriK" COMPANY manner whatever Interested of any the purposes therein expresHed. W. WIN
have hec'n made by a ami any WITNESS my and official seal. .
contracts halle
...-- -.---.---- maj r4ty atIOI'.on: } the firm primary election Tho un
and at the sucond I primary election Pat Johnston and A Vans Agnew iiRrrccments of any IntO Indemnity aforesaid this llth day of February. ,
onl audi electors h 'ti.IM' HHBorlntc thomtiolv together whatsoever D. 1913 .
> as were quail. < In connx-ctlon A
with the Office 2nd Floor Wilson
fle'd to votn at tho n rBI primary' election for the i liurprisi' of becomingIncorpo- I other obligations of contracts or M. W. SAROENT (ScAl) Duidinl. )

shall l>e> pprmltteel teoto. rated. under th<. laws of the State of Whose stocks bonds or any othr corporation viHAn ._ Notary Public. State at Large. RKIINC'PIIONB 1.1 Xl...".
U..IIO ."n_. ..t ri..San 1"\orloa. (Seal of Notary My commission ti,; IX> ,
-- of Indebtedness cx- O..CI
C.W.GRIFFINStaple : are b-eld"by this cor" IINK &
Thoseand only those prmoiiH: shall A 1..1.1. : I. pornllon. or In which this rubllc) pl'CI Feb)'. 17tb.. l 110.I (
bo permitted to vole at or participate.. The nellie corporation shall Is In corporaton Soft
I I In the. manatfe, 'ment e>f. said primary' hi.. SonilKUN I UTILITIES COMPANYIts ed any manner U R. DEWITrT. LIGHTSEY.

and Fancy .I"'lIonll.. w ho aro whit' elettoiH. who piliHlpal, oflHc and plaoo of bual- Tho business NOT.e1 OF ATTA('1MIKT.1m .
dee .IIIK. their adhere. no.' to tho prl.iii or purpose of the cor-
Shill he in I ho City of Kisalmmeo."ount Count four OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
MOHH liorntlon Is from time to time r *. Osrrola ('ouniy. "'lor.Ida.I. .
I f tin \\ blteMIIIH to do
11'11.1.i t I And ejrfraiilzntloM I e>
In the State of a loVitla ,
< \ of any one or II. n..Omen Mchre.To .
u..oll more of the
acts l..u..
1"lIy III the ell\ of KJHalmiiii' and
'have to entabllHli Residence Phone 274
and It power
II" lav of ti h.. of K IHnlniin. things herein set forth and It Owen McCab. Defendant ai-d to
GROERIES who Ole l IY t H I'll" within may con-
and agencies .
ot iia-t ofU( i 8 '
i iluc Its Otlice Phone
buslnoss In other All 98 ,
'lauful eletliiiH. who I lia\e e>ll states and Interested In
of riorldaAHIirKK
I or Infill ,. 'lebruaM. Nth 113' palI tin Ir a ".1) \\ilhout tin Stat In the. territories and In foreign countrl. Kntltled Cause or Any of )R tints, a and IState 1."
JIII! and 2. H. and may have one office described 0"hov"1 I
poll IIIx H for th. team" 111. or more U.r..lnar..r
A ho ba\e i.ulietiriil, up lo ami Includ- -.T'hi gi-ticial 1 nalui.t. of tin busim HBnt that! one offIce Within and without You will lake notlei- that Balk Bld'g Kissinmce JJa.

I I IIIK Mateh) 7th 1 'l :J i. and who ple>dK<* liuxtiitHMtH to l h.. I "tiaattI b>' mild state of Florida and may hold. day of Ibruar. \.. 1 1913 suit wan ,
Free Delivery to all Parts :tIitiie.l.i.: ; t to .a..i'. ,:. .I I IIN tin r.Hiilt.: of <"oinpanIK as follow l>ur<-haii<>. mortgage and convey real stltuted afcainntou. owen 11"j I -I

I Ha 1,1 iiilimirv eli.tleui( nnil \ 01.. for I thenotnln. '1'o huari.uln.. 1 I. ast. It.. construct. niiil .rHonal property either In or out this County Court of () .. 1Ic.hp.I y. JIt. H. D. WIENENGA \ >

oftbe; City: ....H thi i. of :al t the. eliauliiK", clt\ li\ maintain and "'1..1. "01'Us and of the State of ..Iorll. Florida, In attacbnieiit: : by H. H .

j election pl."tll for tin 1"1..1,". purification \\ltliout limiting Houck and that. a of ,attachim VETERINARIAN
CI".lInl-.llun. .r ( ..ndld....... 11 111] sttnlti--i. of ."I. inning plpoii.mdullM any of the obj(>rts and powers of the dated "February wri. I H: wits IRBIII -
T IIOHI" nmi i only th ''h.I p 1)0" ,imittt.l I t to becorno candidates I I for <...HHIII' \ or ]prol"| '' ii hulL t'alus uppi anti provided that the corpora- seal of maid Court on l'thiuai2nil .\ ALL DlbEASLS)

oflli H tn I b.. \ejttd! fn. In said" prlmar>' In IK i'H for tin <1.1.lhuloll. monnurIIIK -. tlon. shall have. power to Issue bonds 1813' and under anI, l bvlitin. ofsaid ,
t: 1lIIIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ. ,Itieillfl who pledge l Ih..H..I\l I.H III and Hah of II" for .t,4hth. HiuJ other obligations In payment for writ I of attachment I IIIIM. I'.'. iii I, Day I i'hnu. 2T

j I uillliiK to able. ).. t btin. l.Bult of salt! .-at I. 'PO\M i 1' and an>' nth\r (is.i o uh.tli i pioptrtv purchased or Required by It. upon -\eiur equiy In tinfollowlnn el"- :Niiiiit riiniii 11<2 ORLANOO. FEA.QK. .

: ), piimal\I iliilloMK, unl Hiipporl' t tin' tioin, ciiis or inahe. appllt! or for an>' object In or about Its buiilIMMS scribeel I ta or pnicilB of I lam ii). f
ln IK I 11".r I n In 'un iiiiallHi.. limit, .II l In )111)'. aoiuli, ,.. hum. 1 I. t t c'1t'J'I. tn mortgage or pledge any situate' '. l lying ,anil h.lnl In tin. Counlxof .
G. HOWARD : 1 Un limn of tin. Mai of t I 1.1.,1,1., i mil ,,a'nlaln' ; ami op,,, rati,' '., \1 I Hto<'kK. bonds or other obligations or OBI'e'olu unit, lllp FI.rllla. tn-is it JV.. SIMPSON \

| tit) of KI..lrnl1l. t t" loll "rti. '\ 81' I. .0'.Ia I "**. )olt'M. poll hits.iiiiiitihlN unoth...r prop'rl' which may be ac- lots I anti 4 'In Dim 11 I. l h'II" a
!1 ( andlilaliH for, nil nflleeB i-hill sinn, i ami, .Hdlv\\ \ 8 for the product nilnd li%' any bonds or subdivision. of ....'..I.lnIH, of \\iii
: a HI lIj I inila tli i n or am." ,.rn. nl t to tin fr..1 I Ion. ..1..1) dint i lliut Ion an<1 Hah of odi.r oMlKatloim\' It |issued I or In- A WcCool tir. to-wlt I DENTIST.
: Paper Hanger and Painter ,Dial), If t\\\ >.\ llll. oil.' elf two I ,,,"I1..I.! H .i.I..IIt! for Ilhl. heat pow t'r and
fin an\ .ifllei "" ,'iltlnK 1 (tin hltrln. Ht xiHI. lil<'h electricity IHin norids or contracts or other obllga- go 29 I n und ouw".hl..U." 1v I.'imtairs, in Kal7 Ilildln/. f
- - - Illllll.) ..I; "f \ot.s III till. fist, pi. Illllll \ . inn \ IH a 1I1'd. lions; to make and perform contracts and part of sict ion 18. TOWIHhl.i 2 r. s I f 1* 12 .
I Ie. III. ll. 111, eili' :Mllth i i S. I :"| 3. .. let JH-IICI': MOPICS : \ I. t.o m.
Work" Guaranteed ,1 1. C.t ii to To ltu\ .111. Kits t, construct Ih, \' nil! flh' th. 'Il" p' lltle-n I to '|\I.\'tr\' maintain and ojjoratioik.. and plants on HH bunlni-HH. or for the Ida accordliiK tt. an official i,I Ial of :.WloS.iOp.: m.
uIo.r, .ih. 11la" N 11-. lanll.laiiK. for ''fo"i tin of tiuppl\lntf water to piirmtHt of atnlnlnl or furthering allY Bald MuhelUlnlon 11'd In tin i oflit',' of Telephone No IH Jun 6. IvrJ

if thinking of having any done, :mofllii. mid thai, If 1 tin \ ,...e'Iv'. I thih i' 4 '1i\I"I'OHI\ .. ". in i iMII 1'I.It t I. of Its ohk< ) 'an\' and all nets tinCli rk of the f'lrlult (.u.t nf Halle'unt ,
1.-, tinmtni of Mil,*. H In, thiI. H"I t tin i 111)1) iltttants I t 1 ion. 0 f. annnd "nil things anl10 exercise and em tin 24th iin\ eif ,\ iu.ui1'HO IJ W
please notify me through the P. 0. .1 I", Im.II'\ ..e-llon t."> I I.. h. l 1.1 l Mil, eh ill n. e' .-Hiiri ml propi apparatus.,0 ,and 11 oth,.r powcrx which a any (:I a, 'ml tended. :: I In, I 1'Jlt I HonU, I in, : I ) . \V. CARSON!
..1 I 1 :rth,. 1 113: t for l tin) i.fflie, for "Ikl1 1, .u"l li,.IIM s foi th,' distribution. in* at*, tint U titl 'p'IHOII could do and 4'x<'ril itatv. 41, '
[ ,lln\ ,11... ,ilnll.litiK. I III \ 111 \\ Ill h. in, in' nt ami Hal th<-". of. ii.- ami uhlrli it o wor In're-after ins 5' 1 oil 'ai'i'. -Ii iu-r-( iii, r' <|11",1 i ,t t ti i .upinr I ) ))':
J. G. HOWARD ,liau tin, I 11, .1 ioIIl\1 ; f..i' su, h "fill-i To in "''Ur".III.1 Mil chase. i or oth*.i.- l h. authorized i b\. law to hi.sititi iii 11inon t h. I ill TS1 j

42 41 pil 1 1i.i, n. t Ih) < >t\ i I.., 1 linn, I.. 1 I.. h. 1 lii 1 Mllili w IKI a"'I"I" **. and to H..I ami t-i-'1'ally t It I l I. th. Inttntlon that all the ob- diIn, April 1 I'U'I: (iii.- ..11.1.11" ihTib ( )tlit'p ' :
IIIIIIIII-IIIbIIII_1111111QRAYSTONE '" :' Ml I an,1 I Hill In u i"in, "MI, ii ,i in si ,1 I. it 'in I,.,.. .inl I to "< i U"I. pui.< liaM JIM... nmi l>w.I' Bp,,clllxl.. and clauses eli\' eif Aplll. I 1:1: I :I. iiinl I lilt I in il.1.I l. "\ .'r ( .| H J(-" ci I ryStore, .

[u 'I I Iii I 'it 1 \ I '.ill'lit"Ijj 1 t I.. i.11I11 I Iii. 11 n 1:111". s 'i .Ii,, i ,IKI m-quit' n 0 hold main iiititiliKd, In this paragraph shall 'x- fault tin''n'of JuilKiin will li. i nit t t. ,ii I Olluc) I Hours : K -I 1'J. .
,,, (I t", I lall..1, I I. t' usl III, ih ni I 1I
fi. n'
in ml to Hdl t In .,. aiciiinst ou
l! / i ml "I"| i a .r'I.- i"l I"I sv i xprvxHcil I In snUI }
1 I .il i 'it 1' I I. Ii',.1.. .11..1, I Miipi. '..,M.. t )hat t .in- .iuiiii4 1.1' oll 1 Kloit.i" ( pin nt K.. itiiil,, In pinihrniih. IHI limited .. \\.I'\'HH i in\ 1111'a"d a, il i I Ih 41h', Otliciphone' Iris
+ ++++++ +++ ++++++ ,Ilil l lal. f f.'t that:. .>flti%,"i 1't-. 1 l\ IIIK tin. ".,. ll. 'Ih 10", I"" "\ it li to .kal in food HII'I..I i, rifinncito' or I or nIn -.. I, el,i ..hl'l.I, n. Al' 1'i I ItI. t tI lesi
i ; : hllli' M 1 i iiiinib 1 l i .f 1 \ ..I.l i I III Mill h. i ,mil.1t. ...iiii 'ii i- fi, Mil I II. ti.rm.. of any nthi'r chat Inr.r.n.,.,. of I I I 1M.KM: t da; :.iilminifti ri'd for ..
;; ; I pi,, im. .11 . 1.', Hi M t t...>i li. I. I lii !M in'h I :> '0 .1'; i.i'-. .1,11.1\I I 'ii'r "al". thin 1,1 all) otlur paragraph nf-ihl; 7- !'It' ' .OH'.I'< I I "I"tFI", ,iii I \-truction of t.thf
l i i tii s. i 'i 1".11",1.i 'in 'in H ami |I" i i'iitnt-r. but that th< obji'ct and powIM ---- - -- - --

] I.I lot .i.f.. ..urHirn lei I lie. t-lllrel MOIIR I HI'dn.d| ( In inch of it,.. clailm.H, of 'U'lt I'; IPI" .\llve llvn :> I'. [ ) R. <;. I 1.: I'AHKEH)11TS1:I Iuul'i'
E": i I h I l I In, th (i'It'1"r KlHMim, .
ui I itt I his
'ii 11 .t ppi opi tin luiinKiaph Khali l h.
i iO III. ,| ti.IIii.i] I I., \ ,I. t w.|",.1| ,,1',1'| Ill" ,.NI i ti,m. It"HI ri'" F-IOI, . ). ml 1,1, 1.. and l.nw'rH ngardid an In ( ..UBO I ann. ,,,..,-..1. t ?.., ,. liariil.hi .

I I. I II.I it I, r-li.ill liavi. II h. i I ,.i'iI I 1.. \nl.t tI ' v .i,I II i i' f"t i I 111 i i I ik at HI..h I, in.ami fjuI < ii. iio..a'k 'H. Wm. ,,>',rr.
EI) All THE TEAR .{: I n, St I ill i pi Itna I I. s fin' I Ahtl'hhiE I"m Me\.i'. 'li.
f .
I i mm '
l I anl I'' E (iH it '
+ ,, "It'" 1'.llId,, Inl, I..I.i .. fin, :M.i\ ..i 11'riO '.'mil 1..11111.1. HIl 1",1'-1..1 UH H ," ro .int \ 'I'In. amount of HH capital stork an I..I."H .., Iitii, "HI1,, t (t" 1 \n. O".1.0A I I IIAKMAC V

2.50 to J.50() pi-r tlaySpecial + "till)H' i, '.'n.;itnlnl,",.H.l,,'. fi f"i, T,Cli I , ,.,I iio K.u., T ttt t In, t .\\1"| OH"< to \\ halt h vat*'i i'an i IM I I h..rl7Hh.1(' htF'ti Million DollnrH Hi I I I lad II Illllfte Cans r,.Ile t'' .r,1 i,r I\.11. i 1.,1 u" I Ollieeiluurs! I .H ;im i to l 12 ;((C( Non
I i
by week or month. a.R 'in i .. ...ii.i.t.' r..,i Mii-elial$ '1..1 ii'.i\ .11111..1' . it''.0'.1'' ) ill\lrtiil I i Into I cine' Iln- loll Hi I Iliert I 10) fW;( ) I'. M.
i '"ll, i I I., ii' a"'II i i ,ii'tl'I i I I 11 .t si 1 I'< a mlin i il 1'.nd HhaiiH 0'.1101 l ' ) II. will (.k. I." ii. , ? ,
+ .
: : + . ,", : i "11'H' i 1.n v t.iiii'-, ilif<'II. "",- pu' ">ni. ', ( .1.l "r ...u. ) 1"1''1..1 10 111
& W : lilt l .in.II.I, it I I.- :M,' Dolar / ,. cliii .- ,
D mints uf ii-
::1: MJI Hum, s a.1 I pip' Im K iml all <'I ii-r i i shot' mi ) ..h. rix Million NI"hI' "I ,1 1".11'I "lii, \ ; f. \AMHAI.'NFW W
<(1t\ I' oh 'ii I.
II flit
"HIM> Iv. '.llN ,.It s "
" \ '
::1: "II \\ .nun.nun' nu ). ,"f sil.i thi ( ' : Cf''raD
; 1 't.i'k. roMHlHt 1"I' ,,
.1\.11..11 '
+++++++++++++++++++++++++ i"'n., fut :M. .ml.. i uf I ,lunt \ t. 1.-i' i | ." , .
r I'< '.. II fir i >n \ i atMlnr i?m""uII'i oh. i HII'' ."I. *o lint, i ii-I Inu of FlfTh""l1ad ( Mi<.i mm< ) ,HhartH i.riyi... III .ai lit hllle nt I h\, I II I ,.1|: I M I .'ii,. ', \ A1S; : & CHA

for CI| unl If) I In... tuition_' "I 115' of v,-;iti'i "f tin ""I alul 0,1 llundrid Hoi '1101 lint a wilt I I .r Itl."I.II', ', ,, d".1 i WIUJ)
1 <'.11 i" .m a ci'ii-i'l t I ions t ifimtnii I ) "llh. shall l ii<. ommon l-.l.ruarv 'ml | :1.1|13. ? ., , .
[i 'i EMit: .printiil,PIIHIII, on iliHIllliK(lit timar\to hixi ilictlunhalliit hlKHim. <.mil. t .ii 1 t'tl.i itt' d <..I.I'.II"n i .n"ln..111... ". awi .tlwk. mill,, 11 IMMinion Dollars ( $5OIlii.-( < 'I"rk I of I iii- .,.UTN, ',"? .I..1" ""'.i"', -". ,ii' A 11 IH!EY S.AT.LAW

iii ml 1 t.i 11 MSuul stiit ot In i hiiHtm HM asm (ion HIM i, of Haiti .to..k. <.onslHtlng, of Of said <:.llrl ?? ,." ,,, 1'; III, .I
us a itnellelHlo fur 'I" : .
anclt if- 1.1' .
w. L. m DUZOH III, Khtll flli with th.' .rlmlimaii' of\ this' li.. I im i lu-u nt I th"t". I PlflThouHaml 1 ((5(1( .omi) Khans. of the aim unelir nmi, In XM11| r ", H.I iii, i ,' (hOt. . I .-I. i n '1'"'' l"no"1
Tn I slur - for I hihn \alin' of of I ,. ,
loininlltie.. on or In.feme rel>riiarJr. i .1'11..1 II ot HOI t H ""I One Hunilnd Dollarn |iit I I. v ? ,1 '?,' 5 ', Kissimtni
> \ ink ,rtl han ( f I Oil lit)) ach hi. I I ,,. ,l" Florida
I Itl3 Ins notlci uf .alnt.H", \ and applliatlon ",0 H.III"f L m t toil i Hh,1 prt.r'rrt.d stork J-.IUlM fulluwI1K| .1.! ,.I 11.i h ii I |I.. 1I
te> have his name, no print,"il .t"* ha riwi a ri. i, a n \ sp 'rial kind ofm TIH holdi'rs of pr< f.-rrcd stork Hh..1. Irl"IH or I'Rr..I..C |iitiii, |! lv |ii.u
i < liandiHi,, m i hiiif r ', "nupplii and b<' intltlid to r.. -l\p when and beliiK the <
blank > < < anti 'iuijiui t "H' n
upon a to furnlsheel i l ly tin anil, .' l Ii.> ( ;.J IdhK.: (;
chAIrman e>f thin comnilttii.. anil I 11rompanle'd '. .ill ktn. of tnaitrturad, Irodu..IM cIRr1 from the surplus or net pri.ntn Vatof i'iuriulit. (lu-ts it J J .
b>' the amount ejf his as. 1o i .ii i > '\ on I th.. husln..1 .- corporation. Marlv dividends ntthe Lithe II! unit 12 I ln 1101" li I" |II", ..

B..llm..nt. as Hpiclned. I .he.Inw. and i no nil aid i <.tail ,1-itht'ri, In meat and rate of seven ,,r cnt ((7) per ..n- ."hdtIHI"," of .'rl.l" , uf \,'I \

nato>f any' flucli. citi,1hiatslall. he in'it t'I.. mini and no more. The dividends ont to-wit "I fratt lem.,| H. A'l"I'uItNEyAT.lAw
: .
Real Estate pri nt.'el upeiti or counted or ret u rn,'d If To purrhnm or ol.rwl.*. a<.quirt. <. preferred Mock shall be cumulatle tl ms 12. 1 II .'2. 24 T"\I..hl. 2'

printed upon .anBueli liallol mil"'BH and to Ht.11 and ",,'n'I..lly In fish and shall be payable before any HHnK"- 21 E and. frnrtiunal, I ... ,1 1 ,ri ;>S Office State Hank HUll

thin proiHlon ahall ha\'"* bi.e.n compiled ."nil 1 H'a-foo.1 of all k inlsi dl\ldend on the common stork shall stud H hart. or ... ..1.. I". 'Va IHI", .. II JK
with l-oro of llsllot. 1 o titmt ruc'l. pu it'ha HI or otherwiseit be paid or set aside for the same "" ,Hnn" :li n. l.: In IHI.,1 I .11"" _____ Kissimmee Honda
The voting In said. prltnar*,'
shall be by ballot In compliance with Ht.1 a ml to npurat, Raia-urH and nia- \lclendM at the rate of seven per ot or said thr' ,hUhdl"IHI.'I'rk II"I! II I Ii.-. nrl,'" (; EO F. I'ARK R. t.I t.
(7) or Ihl'
I the provisions of the state. ;prlmarxlawn .hll(' Nhtois.i'ii per annum shall not have .. 1"11 t .lrl .( I :
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAS.K1.BILLOCK and the name of the. ..,....tldat"H 1 ('onnt ru. I. i>ur<-h IHI- or otherwise paid on the pr..ferred stock the said (01111 iri I h.' 21 i .1,0 .r .\ I.K"H" .

: for ,arh ofllei. to l>eroti'd for ah til bearraiiKed '" i tiini'. ami to m.IIIIIII, and ttii'rate tlefieia-ricy .hal be paid b"ror. any t1'nl<1 r'c""d.,1, I" 1'1.., 1.,1, Attorney-ai.Law.
.n the ballot I In aI1hnlo.lIc,1 and I ,to sill hotels. IIIIIH reHfauraritH dlxldfiid be paid upon or set I "" agi.
---. eirdi 4 'snvsMM. of Keturnn.ThlH ",i K H tliiiiMl'tfli tit i ml h.a It h ,-s.rln apart for the common stock In the YOI ar.ti. or ,'fi. r"/ul',1| i I. .1', I Collection and
eomnittshall unit al t ilKht T'. I pu 11 ha HI. or oth'rwIH" quire. to "\<'nt of any liquidation or dissolutionor pear lo th Hiild itt Ion, 0" hi. ",ii.| .1", Conveyancing

"loch I' M on the. Mh thai of :M irrhma hohl on. use. Impro\ or lherwlaet I winding up whether \voluntary or dH II April!. I'm! Ihi Main, h. 'mi. tli, ; ti, IieCia1ties.,
I III the. City 'e.unell "h"ml..r of t ,' n to al'.ounl. to ...1 or otherwIse Involuntary'. of the the ) "r. A'r"i! ,' i. rin,
r the. CI ty' eif K IHIII m m.... and put h lid\' ,tItiit.itt- of imher tltnbt' rights holders) of the .. shall aualiiHleiu Ih"p'nr JudKiiie, \lll l I. ,urn .i : I II I Broadway.

ian\aHS the. ret uris and di.e.Inn. what ,and I I laiiils. and to inanufat lure. buy be entitled to he paid In full both the
canelldites hate In-eti ne, >niina t,'tl ba i'ut haul driveKas%'. dress nnd Hell or PHr (mount of their shares and the un- dn Ullne-HH. ( ni> ha ,< arid HI. il this 411, -- -. - -- -
eif ,
majorlt \ote. for each office \otiel for ot h,'rvt Im <1,.al In t Inih*'r. IORH. hark. |ia>ddlvldi.nds ....crue. thereon beforeanv > febiuarv' '. I' 1 ill! 3 1G F. KR1HHS

and I In what caN.t lie nnond. prlmirjelection pulp, and' an\ and all article and pro- Tiitiyunt shall plld to the holders : Slioi-lfl I J IS.It7:1 : (
will hay,' tej be hele and the duets made. Ih.r'from. -. of the common stock and after the 0..0.. "JII i rlurldn ,
REAL ESTATE chairman and secretary of this committee To acquire. own. work. Iraac mort- payment to the holders of the preferred -- - - ATTORNEY AT LAW KisbiMMEE.

..* *..*.mm.*-- within two days thereafter I gage. convey Hell .. of any stofcloof Its par amount and unpaiddlvld..n tO''IM'H"I.I.It; : J'L.
shall certify the names of those candidateS ''qulrrl..B. mines ores mineral oils of thereon the remaining assets 0.1.AI. I-'i-'I'1.:. Examination of Titles
INSURANCE receiving a majority vote for .. kind., mining and mineral and oil shall be distributed the holders Under and by virtue of a d..r.. of a Specialy.
any office/ to tho city authorities ofKlsslmmee rights, and metalliferous lands and any of the common stock pro rata accordIng partllon and sale rendered Notification and payment of taxes of
a. the nominees of this Interest therein ..I] to explore work. to the number of outstanding JudA'.?!. the. Circuit ( nurt or they8ev"nponil. given careful

party for the offices to be voted for at ex..r.IBe. develop the Bam and to manufacture and without preference. lnth Circuit or "'lorlla. II arid

Examination of Titles the general city election to beheld and transport all kinds of Any part or all of said capital stork Bald OHceola Court In County. an.1 IHBu.d out 01 attnton.
a March 29 1913 In case a second prl- ores metals and minerals, and the pro may be payable either In cash or 'In wherein a cause therein rpndl'l.

I wary' Is necessary this committee shall ducts t her*'of. property).. labol or services at a Just plitinant Lwrenl' 1.. n..rlow. .
meet at S o'clock. !I' M on March 15. '1.o jitirehasi'. nnstruct, i ialntaln andoptttt valuation fixed bv the Inccrpo- h.dnr" A. ""I"d PAT JOHNSTONAIORNEYATLW
Specialty. atid, likiwlsi. eanviiHS, thi' turns of *' plrs. har\CH arehoussi rators. or b>' the Directors at a meeting J.hll .(.1 1..r<. h.'r. ii iitiit, ,.! a nnt

tin. Haul He.reiinl. |,rlinaranel liki.u lai. to rinon the liUifleM5 of ware- calli for such purpose sin-'s MlH In; <'I'I'I:": umli. : '',iMlKii, .1 u'.,::,",:.?: [
iwin n
ti.ik. i'-rtliirai.. th The authorized stock he ? ,ii,
to authoiltles ofI h and capital
i us im n may liluh.M, .
: CorresoondenceSo1icited.'; I Ih. ".-.min..i H th 11...r .-i-I :ul'.Hul.III.wlu'l'tn"1 I pl:it. I in pro vi <' IRKUI and paid for at such tlim' or liUiiiIi :nit'ami IMI,,I hi al'th l 1.ldI., ,i Inm r, f I.,o i,,, ,, ,.,,|", ,1 I,,ii. I 10 I '/ [ ., Building I ml ,1"\.1,1 1 1 lald. liiiliUl'ltiNt'ti of Hal> lint. H. and upon sitht tirni and iondltloiiH C.llllt t II.HIHI In 1"' , ,, ,
I 1 I. .il lit l'UI''o"] of ill-f l'1IIIK, I In < xi <.i ... and to do and 1 perform Hoard of Dtrictorn mn>' f iiint\ 1'1".1. .I" IN. 1.,1.' Klss"nmee
----- i p IIH. H .if I prlmir. )' tltetloriH. nil ttuiiKS, "....Hul lot. the di'vt.lopm*'lit. tl.-h t,'miln i i.- i i i.. .ii':mom'ii n / \li\i\| \ Til i j :
I 11;; 1'm\:: : : ; ; ;. 17TI 1.\\ \ i I. i :.
lin iiiiitg I iit i 4 I intipt cleirtiI impi, "\ i mi'nt ami iiiiaglsit, of linurn, ,
iluilni. il I 1. il
I In irnl 1 ", 1 Us nf ImllotH, *III I< I.'" 4. t i-I- t 1" |'h.i, , .
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< ptiitlim i teUn tot, M sld I nit trad. Hkiirulturii rull."I." , ;ii| T I II
: f illnw Int, assi ..*,m..IIIH ate 1,'\ I liilmains .. I I'1 i'iiu' loiporrttlon' shall hits' HU ci''sNut d'I.o III' ih f. TON WAKIOW
1 ]" KS'I 1"1', ll > or HI |,| ( ,,., ,,.
J. \\ .Thompson] .pi,.osp L .i-'1\',. <':,,. < a for the 'Iu o ',"IIUf".II'. .*.. unt. lnj> and B.l. l it) Its corporate' ",,,.. pirpituallv , rtiie., l I I Ut: I.,w .in.I, i ii?"d,1 I :."I".I.,Ull,' i,1.1\\-"h, I'I lot,,ia K H e "ti",,' {Jlh"itninMl.f('II ourt Ii.

"Oi I.IIIK llflll I K III I III llll. llM M, ,i ui.'i i \\ 'IHI diHpoHt' '' of aiiantl "I and Is exist iii'riu'tnt IIMITK \ IH i,liil, ',\ II. .iiil 1 .",,1| .I'd"i (, , ,, ,ii| 1\ AS-Iy I:
: .IM I "I 1'111.I I 1'.1 II I I. h.. ,'lii.i : I \ AM o\V)
.f II S .llll.1 1 i l s. .lppl.H I and m K'him I \ I huxliinl sllnm., , MU, ,s, | \ \ !
FUNERAL DIRECTOR I 'I i.t ll I Ii 1 l' I I.. I II.,iii -. iji5. ( "I.
t II i-i SH.1 1 1t 5 oi, i si''Ialo),' Ini ioiiiti lion, \\'Hhi niinti I"I""d." i I h'I'
't I't ii '.I I r '11. I I..II.II'*. I t ii In foi, 'i jiti t POHI 1 S. ... .*'ts and 'l'iii'I 1..ln"8H of thi. ('orporltlo", Hhallh I 111 I i, I"1"I !i. .t t I I,. ,ii,""I I hi., i ", ,. i ,, AllliltM i i., SAM ju ('IXI
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and itt.rsliI ill fix; i i1rt..1 1 tin 1"'H iriuhiii'i-l t h\ I'riHlilttit. OMI oimini ft'i.r' ''I'' lti.I. L I 'it' : />

|("I.iI" liu \ ..w 1 1. iii',,i ,1.I I.II., I !. i xtr-nd \lc-.-I'riHldiiilH. a S..r..lar"I ,, , Ii,. ",i.ssn; ,. 1,1.I"!"._, ,,:II'H'";, I .AthlrVn''s \\
LICENSED EMBALMER :, ,IM e In e ..,1111 II I. enn' l Dollir. I H, or ,i In 'in. II.'..... "I an \ 1"11.. -a plnaHiiiii' ''. 'anil HIII'h nthor offiiiiM I '11.1'1",1.1.! ' '"1 \---i, ..SIXH.."I"III., / nil'' "ii.. I'.r Ih.. ""' and
I nil 1 from time to ) feel i. III, II 0 ,, ,, ,,;, ; ; < '
In..r. fn I h 1 1lo i d.II""y) ofin i iiKentH HH may tml Miuth mi | | "," i. i 1
I1.nur"IIU' 'o'.d 1\
Oppoalte Courtliuu.s.KISSI1IMEC. .. III.. fnlltniiiiK, art rle' 'ki l iltctiil and nlin liHptertorH i 1"1 I ii i m I g\ w: IH. ii'. fot theof I. or IPI.olnl..d. by it Iliini, .tnt h"'I'h"' r ; : ; ; I' .Sri-- '
i i I., 11" iihv i eli signal .1 lo coildurL (lie in an\ tioatiui.' '' uatri or Hoard of ,Dlrecteira eonKistliiK of not < 'tIi: 0) fi. I :a 'ml I tin 111" ti.i i"t III i I ,.,,. t I , .mmrro
: |FU.ltll\' I ..alo |ii tlmar\I I, etlinINSI'IV'I"S -., i i tin. m,.in, ufat t II"" i ",. 1..11..10"I of l"HH than thne. nor niori than thli- I", nt\, -Mint. I I2l: > I. .1 t., Un |1",01', .ii | "."' ".",., ,-.. I.,",. "OKI.ANIX
I i : .1 I M i ilinr. II. .'l 1'hi. nuinhe f hir-i 111 kllllllllL., , ,lug Ih I Mill , KLA
en ''r"i \ i pi, odui tH. ..r I "IJllu t of t..1 1'ml'rH o itors |I"| I'l"| || |,""k 1
I I rilton' 'J A Litiunst.Clerk! K U.lfll' ' "Ih t I. litlHiniHH In the JudK- shall h. Uxed lithe. stockhiliJi-rs "" .''wt. tin, 'l.oii. "II, .iii| | .,",,1| H"' -- -- .11 ,rA110KNM
whl'h. .
\ .ins, .\ i\ nt ..I the. Itoaiel I "t-tors can be In tin Ilx-Ijiiws from tint te> tim"... anilI ', tin 1"". rielllanii, . n' in, 'Its 'ml I II". |,- \ ) : (
I : > Mil I .lru I",n \ iii I. ills I e-t'r, it..el i 01 11 in .ofiln, .<.tlon I Ifi. e>ftUi,is shall be elected or appolntiel ,,purl. ,n uaiu.'s, ih. ii iii" ,, i 1.1.| .," ",,, ald.,, I ,, IIU\\ JJIN OI
\ U \i-4 I'hairmini h th. aliii\e. bllnltleHSeH ..r ,llll\ of an pre'HI'rlbi.el by fly-Laws \ u'y i Ik. In t. I till. a 10 im" ,tst. I. "I I
i i t t. I '1-In. ,, hold two i''|illlt ,1,1, of tin .. l.iu r' "'. I u AI' (
>< .1 I' tin h uould lit tie lal to person max eir m. u" ,
II oi r "h. h"I' "nl. . .. low a nil, 1..11.' a ,\ ll. ., | I 1.- (fEJ101 AT LAW
e xe e pt as lllll > otherwlsi' he II iel .1 ", (
Tested ------- all of tin lines of businessalin
in\ ni nfl"'H. "ill 1
and Proved I i J'rad
Good \ N OIIIIIN \ M I : I \ t. na me el. 1".1,1 hy the. ]hty'.l.awn 1..1 I In i hl"I"'I1' ,.r.l ii, .,".1, I" 1,. in'- in all < ',,Urtii

'1 o iiiiulre. b>' Kraut ateHfunment or I he. persons shah I :IUI. ali Federal
f..l.wln1".n.1 I II ( I I H<'K. -
Freshness as well hieh'Kraiie: quality. % melietliiu 'rI.n J'% eif the* (.e tie rill itt" ,.\\IKI'. nld10, \ heilel such fianchlHeski . be* the- .rn..rH .ndll..t the business ,1.\ 11.11H. ." H'i IN ()tflce I '

Call for (II .Iliueiie-.... eif the C l I.> e,f K l*.l ,".rrrliitliiK ki iiltn ilKhlH' f lOin .iiiunic Ipalltle's of theCompany until fhe- office'rs who Alt'! II I'll ;J lieiNl; ,\N. ( 'It'Zt'nll' Jlln'"J Broadway

what you want in the itt the. .t.rZLr .f. .file. .r I ...> nut iiiiintleH within the- Htati e>f Plor- .h.1 be elected nt the- first e.1..101 of II I .I" ; 'i-i;I'.I-It' ( ) .oininiHs., i,. KissimmeeK

GROCERY LINE: of I ,....1. 1.1".1-: lleieelelMI . toil, 1 fitin Ih. Malf' eif lorlila and .rH of said Cornpan. 1Inl- < niiiplaliianl, I H H"I.lo i I ." ii
nt I In"i ,Ml.iti'M or MIX .i'" ntH or munt- I ,d 'hi. H il eif l 'I Ii .11, Nhi '(
I .. 11. a ,' | '" 'I'| i \t l , |, d', .
I .
til II
It iii-.i I I I.t tl I l "'Mil" ll 1 IIII 10' ld WeHlDHAHJ
be It XWKOHD ti '
eipil nut littliiitt JIM liii> iiee.HHary.n \\ i I h' hi nan I 17th t I .:. i,4 ,, I .
I I '" I "I I KI--I, .I"I ill .. in" v .11. nt In 01. 4.; IAK1NS
1H facilitate. mix miel 1 all bUHineHH of the I I'VT JOHNSTON. ---- \ \VOODIIAMSUKVKYOKS
M i I Di,."< .- ., H..I..I.ry.P.
.. < ': \\i.n Jfi; of ''h.I .
e'en""p".lt'O"To I IL WA(iNI3Il. Tr..u..r. Mill I' 01All IHII.N I.
;. i. ,rd I II,0,o-i., .I I,, a'it \ or II KIs it 11,1)' for (obtain I r-glster. IIui- and \\'. H {'HA \V"'PHI. I' A. V\NS In t ..uniy ( ...iirl. o.i-reiln\I

I I $111011 I I". '.' I""i i '1. ,I SO IH I''U ri'ml aH base... in,. ithi'rw'ist' to acquire and AON.\V. I'AT J( ) II. I \VA(1( < II. ii. irk ." I \.. .n.. t'I.. ."I : f
1,1.01.I .\. to heilel. ust'. olwral. and Introduce and K
I .. HI,i-ll. .. or tberwlse dispose of the DI..don. I irlu't, Ihr"IId.'I., I"1 I Ki'usitnnt.'i.i
I ,
1..r..I. | | _
se "
II ii :i'.i ii., mil. I.. I h, l lI I. I" ." | : Florida
I".c unv tradi'marks. trade names. The first Directors shall. title-rt < .IIIK. ,
I In the itI.i.. l .1..001 0" A'I .I| 'lii, |L'"d'
] fur H .pllentB'1 ._, _. |
"I 1.1"1 "I InMiitfoiiH Improvements. II" 'L. -J
". ., u.'H.II", |I. i" 7'' , ) ,. .r be held on the 25th day of March 1913. . p. n' iiie-ti
I I" 1.Ihth. e e KHI UHe el In connection, with and thereafter the annual election e>f .
.' th I'"hl.' r i I.IU"I. ,, i p. tiolNil' Voil will n.1 "II, It SI-
I .il . eureel under .letters patent of the Unit- Directors shall be held at the principal l.t .I i.II th. Hl, '
ll \ illtiu lilt 1. .i "il Kill day of 1' l> irv I 9 I i. I i ,_ ,
I l"i"ii. .i aih aitl I I .I I. ,,r it 'III"I.I ", a .' eel HI.I..H or. tlsewbeie e>r otherwise office and place of business. of the Cur- Hllul.o IIKaltlBI \ -.,11.," in .ill 1 iui I..Mh 'III,' HUM, ll,. and. to use ,-er'lse. develop KrantIle poiatlon. on the fourth Tuesday of "lit" t I '.mil I .1 I >st I Inn t ., ''H MONEY BROKER
I s"' "' .I' in, HII\ .. iiiHliu i.ii| app" loVei e.line In "respeet eif or otherwise to March In each year (commencing with lorl'.la.: In uttae: Inn: :; lnnd ,ii I, I .;ii:,:I:\: I

I Nl" , I "I' It .ll Ilk, I.'Ill.'tl iilllHlile. the. tuin tei account any such tradetnarks.1itt.nts. the year 1911.) If not a legal holldav. that writ ef , .. New York Synd'np
I nl will
I IMIII.IIML, .end "'| I h.s. H|":ill, I hr.feet ; : licenses. pTocesse and the and If a .. then on the next I i I I"" tin I Ilk. en any Much property e>r rlRbtslo 11 her. t.I..I<.
I I.i i th Ktoniid e>rin succeeding business day "Io'rk of the Cuuiitxeif < loinl. -
d. i I tin e In arty other manufacturing .01. utiuiu'r HI, nl iuuiuiiie 1''Illnl itnla SlOt' _
J'l.JIfI huI.II" end I nut 1 lga than 'nlaK" said ( on, I I", I F. Nllf. .
,1. Jini I ,
' 'I. I I. 1.1,.' in, lit ili.or. Net construction business ""TICI.I 6 Hliil under "ld) In 1"UII' ,,. uf HaVil 1:1: :|. I"," ""I"" "' ,,' "
1'1'i | '' .1 i 1'1' I r"u"I.I..," ..00 ,Hiirreiundi ef anv kind or ch..r.ct..r. whatsoever The said corporation Hhal adopt an of attanhnit, I hits 1 iu's I ii'ii| wu' ' I 'I'n'. K'H' ..n FL"
I J 'iii cit .11 t H.II1, w1 tainted and to that end acquire hold own and nppieiprlate seal and .hal adopt fly .eiulty In thi following 11.0101' II

1itf. c: I '" (pd led' .unl, ....1'' d' fill alt ellnpeiBe of arty and all properly assetssteie Laws for the governme-nt eif Its affairs tiaetH or 1111..1. "f, ilescrlbuel land. sit| ,.. I
nl' Hum' Ih, i ulMeli, ' slid 'kH bonds and rights of any and .
|I ".. .. not inconsistent with Its Articlesof lying anei he IIIK lf IIit', e ",",, ,.r Vm I .
l. i""tti" ui ntplittiji, ,, i to he drawl! bypiiniM e've'r> kind ; or to acquire or Inaugurate. Incorporation and the of the- ola 'and, State. e/ tl"I\, .

4 DIBBLE & SON l( i hit. | .h.,."1. ,".11,. H, Ht,'in so 1".t, cemiluct or dlspeisi" of any other busl- State of Florida, which; may Lots 7 and K. In ll"I 1"1.,111.< I 12. l><''wlt IIIK a. ,iuh-
drain be .
advanl aueously
1'11 wil neBHvhlch might : lie amended or r..p..nI'd as may be- provided IIVlHle.n .r ..rllil) 1HMM| of Wm
Ink' .. Ih.1 I"" 10 poHHlble Heelelentin carried on In conjunctft-on with the In said Mi'Cool'. Sr te -w It all fractional A LOUIS
; ,, By.lawH.
j --- in ii out u illuii" c''iii 11 escape lnte businesses a)iovc m..nllmad or which Ilnnll 12. J 11. 22 24. PownHhln sec PEARSON
I ill., I..''hll" it 11In.. piovldiil In the* opinion of the's of thecom.ny. AI4TI'l.E: 7. .. 29 I'; and frnrllonal 26 s
Inn ,
I lilt \ i I. |"I' ..x..IId.. It would be advantageousfor The highest amount of Indebtedness 'Ld, of H,,,, IK. H..lon I IK PUBLIC
I mh tin .,,,, Ja..1 | |, < ACCOUNTANT
MM ?
tI tin "wl..hl.
surroundliiK" to In and 2r
Get the HabitOF this company ngaite" or liability to which the Corporationcan Jang. . I': In .n.I.( uimt\ | ir.
hUlldlll"H" .Ml which a corporation of this character at any time subject Itself shall not Idn. .. .rdhllf to an ofnrlal plat) of
OF SMOKING I tin it of. -eonlllel "rll".H herewith be e"and loins may fawfuJlr do and exerciseTo exceed double the amount e>f Its capital said Huh lv IHlon 01.,1 I In t h,. 'iffip.. AUDITOR

A H.line. ,II',>. tp.. el the acquire by purchase subscription stock authorised at such time'AHTICI.K '. the Clerk 'of t ('lr'llt Cou. of sale.r!
? REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" I I .. or otherwise and 10 hold. own use County on th,' 24th Commercial and
Ue'ael a fist "nd l ,cond time b' unanimous sell or- otherwise dispose nf stocks. N I 91. (I. ij"1 r""cii"1 In ''"" Hook Auirust on Municipal Accounting

irs-iit puHHCd In open nesHIIIII bonds or other obligations of any corporation The names and residences of the Page I --

i I this llth I ilii ant uf I'eby A. l>. 1(13 formed for or engaged In or subscribing Incorporators. togethe You are. therefein.. reeulreel I to nn- Incorporated Accountant
pursuing any one or more of the kinds with the number'of shares of the authorised pear to the said action on the rule. day of the I
J M II VNSKI! IAIA' objects or operations stock subscribed for April 1913. the ''n/ernational
of business purposes capital Name be-lnw the 7th Accountants
Mt-st" 1-renldent. of, Council. I '
Sold at all who I above Indicated or any other by each are a. follow; day ofAPr''. 1913. ,and that In
stores .
. want J I CI.IH HT. business involving the use of elec- me'rt will | ,ddaul Detroit /
; the best for their customers I Clerk of Ciy KI..lmm. tricity or other products which this Name Residence No. of Khans against youWitn'ss .nt..d I '

\ i' 'iv-d thlnlMh day of Fe. A. r>. corporation Is authorized to produce. MV H CRAWFORD Kistmmee.Florida mv hand and Heal. thus 4th P. O. Iii
'. 4 -V Look for Union Label I !1 1' or owning or holding any property of -______--_-_____S.340 day of l-ehruars. A. T' 1913 I 37 Main out

I : N. C. nitYAN kind herein mentioned or of any PAT JOHNSTON. Klsslmmee INi itAM. IISSIIIEE, nA.
Mayor of City of Klsslmmee. corporation any owning or holding; the Florida ______________ _______....0 7t Sherlfl Osceoll County Florida ALLUDAL : c'


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t4 'Hi; ..;.'til;.":',..l' I':' ..', .,'. 'I' ., '...,..':- ..... ..' .. .. I. .. .: :''... '.. . HiHi AT' RAPID RATE .. t I ,,'',. I .
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HiHi .or. ,
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Do youw'ant' :
Hi rapid progress is being made. ,
.1 : :;'; : EVERY day is this \,- HiHi The maehine has crossed the Atlantic ,, ,,
HiHi ,, ,, : : .a bargain day. at ; : Coast Line railway, having finishedthe ', 'f .
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HiHi ,.'\, store. Our stock complete, in F'' ': ,HiHi. throughBass''cut which! pasture made, a, and right is angle'.now '' an Orange ..i i
.. :.. ,, working,through a stretch of muck' i

.x! every department We can Hi land. The material which is"being ,, .
. I,: I removed is the blackest of soil, and it .

x supply everything- to furnish 91 is que8t1.onatle'if the Nile valley possesses Grove ? ',

_. any richer earth than this. ,r.
L !Ii Some of the farmers who have seen ,
HiHi I
!x the home or run. .----.-. -V.:. ---_. the spoil bank have said that they : ': t,
ff ,|would take the excavations and spread fc k "

Hi, the farm Hi : it over their lands as fertilizer if they

HiHi 1 or grove HiHi were Contractor granted permission.Middlemas is Corking We have som 1 argainsliT", -1 t t,

his crew until about nine o'clock at

HiHi night, and will continue this until the 1 t

i muck-cut is finished. lIe was anxious Groves to Offer :j

HiHi! to get through with this part of the r '
Hi work before rain interfered. The ''t. "

HIHi Osceola Hardware Company earth is exceedingly soft and it is Big Money to be made in Citrus :

t muqh; better to work with the ditcher .

!HiHi I from a solid bank than a soft one. Fruit business in Florida now. ;J, : J

!HiHi The ditcher Continues to work per-

!Hi I fectly, and there has been no delay I Compare the following propertiesand ':J"

!HiHi caused by machinery disability. It :
HiHi was a task 19 get the big machine wilE
prices : property you !
across the railroad track, but this .
!H; !Hi was negotiated between trains without y

$ Yili! !Iifilili! ! $ Yi !fififififiYifi! ! ! $ YifiYififi! ! !fiA0 any serious difficulties or delays see and be your own judge : <11.,

- y It is not unlikely that the practical .1 .F ",.
demonstrations of the value of the!
ditcher's work may result in more Orange Grove. A twenty acre tract located oa ;1J t

I "MRS.WIGGS" PLAYEDTO I given to rehearsal the performancewas dollar a day, and the hotel is doing work of this character being done in Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing, marl road, two miles from depot on
remarkably meritorious. well at that. St. Cloud road. Property has good 1 J
I The opening chorus of forty small J, N'. Williams has moved into his this hection. located three miles from Kissimmee. i
HOUSE Good and out-build- house and three-acre orange grove in 'I t,
CROWDED children started the round of applause new residence. 4roomcottage 1t
which found intermittent outburst The Whittier school is doing well. The Golden Gate. ings. Splendid well of water, con- bearing. This grove will yield fram:1\$ :
during the length of the presentation.Then Miss Bessie Lawson the teacher, has The enter gateway in the Branden- venient to school and churches rail- 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each ,ot
followed a gypsy chorus, led by moved her boarding place to the Sufficient land cleared and in (
is reserved for station within of year. :
THERE WERE SEVERAL SPECIALTIES Miss Berta Bryan in the solo part. Traveler's Rest. buigei Tor in Berlin road 300 yards prop- ! Ii
IN WHICH JUVENILE Miss Mamie Pillie and Miss MargaretLee The railroad is only nine miles from the exclusive use of the Kaiser. erty. Will sell for $7,000,00, on v-.ry cultivation to increase grove to twelve .11 I j r
made the hit of the evening in a Whittier now. I An American visitor drove through favorable terms. See this property or fifteen acres, and at same time can
TALENT MADE HITS. lever little dialogue song, and Master Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drawdy are the sacred space in his. automobileand yielding any garden truck desired. j'j'be
Lewis O'Uryan did a stunning I visiting in Macon, Ga. arrested. If in search of property that will 's1f. : 'l
and dance that the : W. G. McClelland booming \as promptly Orange Grove.
hong brought is doing a I.
"Mrs Wifrga of the Cabbage house down. I business in the grocery line. "The fine is two hundred marks," results now, and at all times while : f
Ten-acre half in bearing orange -
Patch" was presented at the Pastime The individual parts in the play James Berry is in the woods for said' the policeman.The grove while extending new grove, investigate 1:1-1:1'l' J Jto
Monday evening for the benefit of were well taken, and all who partici- 1 a few days. American handed the policemanfour tree, the other half in young this. This property is convenient '.,.f.

the Ijidies' Aid Society of the Baptist pated deserve unstinted credit, for !Mrs. Elmer Padgett is very ill, to hundred marks. trees just coming into bearingcon/ town, has marled road on .one side, ;i:
church. they afforded an evening( of pleasant the regret of her Jgiany friends. sihtTnji of oranges, grapefruit and I : i
"Mrs. Vfigga" i is well known. It is diversion for theirfellow mortals and Miss! Elvie UndeHHlJ is visiting at "Sir," piotcsted the policeman, "I 1 1 tangerines. One of the best one..end. Price $4,200. 't 'i.l.'
well suited to production by home the cause for which they worked was 'Turkey Hammock for a few days said only two Inquired" very ORANGE GROVE f'?
talent, and the playas presented Mon- a good one. ,i Arch Lamb huh mod to the six "I 1 know," said the American, "bui properties offered in Osceola county. all ,'rf S >*
day evening pleased the large audience -1 |I mile pluio J I coming back aJ.'ain.SaturdayF : Close to railroad station. Price i Twenty-acre orange grove, under ;
The house was full of people WHITTIER NEWS There are several ne v buildings goI am : 500000. Terms on part of purchase gobd fence. Railroad runs i
and the evening was full of laughs. 1 E. L. Peeplcs was among the visitors -I ing up about Whittier : ehing i|: J'o t.I'ANNUAL through grove; station adjoining 4 .t
There was a number of pleasing to Whittier this week. Lee Bass has put in a stock of dry price. property; good school and church P: \ ,
specialties, in which the children and K. Young is building up a fine tradein goods at Whittier. .J'
the young ladies of the town took I the grocery line Nat Bass is hauling freight for REPORT Of \ Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres I within quarter mile of property. All' a '\ ""!J.
part. Considering the limited time Lake Marion hotel rates are one \ Reid and Willson. grapefruit and 3 3 acres late Valincia crops that can be grown in Florida > '

CIVIC LEAGUE oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, do well on this place. If you desire; f., \* ."i i
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on the east side of Lake Tohopeka- a home in Florida write .or. call .on us t "

I. I I has been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will not be on "< .;

'ACTIVITIES FOR TilE PAST YEAR fine condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named. *--r I; .r

I KEVEWIKI IN TilE REPORT property offered for $4000$2500cash This property we are offering for a A, v. \ [ ,f.

balance in one and two years at short time for 12000. Will sell as a ,4
BankingShould !6 per cent. Will increase in value or divided' into two parts if '1.'Iii.whole
very rapidly. desired. t
For the past year the Kissimmee _. .". !f I
Civic League has maintained a public u .;/ "' "J 11A
addition to its usual work.
library in
be the financial -
and includedthe
always closely related Its ordinary routine has } it
setting of several new palms on If you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter-home, 1 !
institution that can afford the greatest accommo- Broadway in place of some which had I "
of like in the best section of Florida, a little place you can call your own, you had,/ i !( .1\
died, and other matters a nature -
dation to its customers is assert to com-
an auy and its more far-reaching work better get busy, as the longer you wait the higher the price you will have j ;, I:
has been the voicing of moral supportat '
munity.An. !
sundry times to various civic to pay for choice properties like the following; I ( :
institution that has at all times exerted questions by furnishin papers thereon >, r .'
No. 464.-$3500.-New, modern New, modern, six-room bungalow, f
advice when
obtaining legal : necessary
... every effort,to accomodate and please its patronsis ; whether such questions were to six-room cottage, 'bath" lavatory,, hot bath, lavatory, hot, and cold water, s'\

", :' found in the foster Improvements, or to hinder ret and cold water, electric lights, beauti- electric lights, tiled bath room,. two "

rogression: \ expensive mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot','73x117 feet.' Located -(. ',:1 ,
society begins a new without
debt, ..having at all times year"cut its nice rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street; four and '.one-'' ': i .

Citizens Bank garment according to its cloth," andis ready 'occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of 1f

planning 8J1 aggressive future. The 147% feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice r r I.I
treasurer's report for the past fiscal I ,:
Located in thret
ing orange
f Kissimmee Amount year follows in treasury: Feb. 1912, $51.87 and a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath t'' 1'j. .

o Receipts during 1912 _.___u_ 57.85 on beautiful Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, located ,-r y :. 'f!'

Total ____.____u__ 109.72 best neighborhood. Call and let on fine corner lot 74V&X117! feet t' ;
i :, Disbursements during 1912 __ 65.55 show this beautiful home. on Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A ' )",1
I II Bal.! in treasury Feb. 11, 1913 __ 44.17 us you ) '
: 1
I The annual dues of the society are Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. I nice comfortable home. Price $2400. y" ,
I II $1 for each member and the society No. 309-Splendid new six-room \. r
I, earnestly desires as members every 475.-Close in home. This Is'' house, just inside city limits, fine deep .
I person who has at heart, the wish to a nice little house of five rooms and well, lot contains two 'acres of ground, ') f :
of record in the financial do a part toward the welfare of the I
Our satisfactory
past years town, whether bath, with modern conveniences, on 1 good new barn, wagon and buggy '
in a moral, physical '
world stand out a* a tribute to our efforts in this section i or financial sense. corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two Ir sheds, all under good new fence. Fine ; 1Ir 1\': .,
Mrs. Conrad Bryan Rec. Sec. blocks of Broadway. House furnished ( location for small truck garden or '

to furnish a financial institution that would at all times I ,, . complete, ready to move in and begin i poultry ranch. This Is a fine prop- \.' ]i"I
ST" 4 9'l':V I:"'I'. osition where will have the free
without the -I| you
give the greatest aid to the business concerns in our midst Muilf under Strtlfin 32 Chnptfr GStfi housekeeping expenditure dom of the country, yet close enough
I LawH of I Plot tw liiK1 the Miiintintl of additional money above the I to enjoy all the advantages of the j.I j.
time be conservative to < taxes 'harK,1 I and at the same as as necessary of < >s<'i'ola ('oUlltF"rlda.t ) to \1).. <'<>1- price we I city, such as splendid high '
1 I 1 1,1. fur the rent \4,"r. 1'1\2.\ and! Price $2,200.00, including furniture. 'markets, churches, etc. Price 1760. ; '
safeguard our interests We call attention to our cbm- the I'rtI..nn", or the warm tu the .It 'j :
Net nriiI'funilK feu wiiith! lax H

parative depositsfor| the time that we have been in exist- Seen, 'p'.r..nmrn.J levied of <.mint) l-'i.n..111\\1 YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." ,.l,4'KEEP )
B ceuue .
'1'" anii.unt' HHHisHitl 1 is.:)7'i ''''
homesites in the and best located
ence. .mount, i ulli i 1..1 4.H5 M. Here's the opportunity to buy newest

lht I 11.III! ,. In I I" I ..II. et. .I| 13::'MM' :l'i sub-division. 'j '
i al! .- h.Mil I-'uuil'I ]
< 111 I <
I.: annul nt .IMHI aa..1 2c.192 l! ;4.A ,l.lU.hl.t PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette slreetuflverlook- ? +
Comparative Statement of Deposits \ IIIIMI.lit Poll? I I' flKalam f,379: !' 72
ing the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the best resident sub .
i, Ic. In i ,1I'rt.1 I : 14 '
I I ,'"ullt It..11.1To divisions in,Kissimmee. 'This is where il.e: birds sing; and not where the frogs s7 .
2. 1910. 'a''''nut( .IHHI'Vs.d) 22.4I5r. sr .
I Commenced April .Amount (.'oil*.<.ti ilrtajaiui '..3711 rrl I I5.M.I croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people f ., ,

t to .hi. nll\I..1 It;.;6sS; 24 who appreciate high elevation pure air and fine views, and want enough land ". t 4
_____ ___ $120,244.43Dec. ,'".u"tHI".i -
Dec.31 1910 ---------- n u-- .J
--- To Amount. IHH"H",01] 7.3r.1 05A to build a real home on at -a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lot ;
mount collet led 1H.ilanri' 1,7yu:' :n
this winter. Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100 per f. t! '::
31 1911 172,260.28 to In fcollittiilSuli 74
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School I Hint No. I lot on easy terms of payment '
To Amount' !. AHKipHidAmount I 1'l'i 22
268,382.44 ; Ci.l] < ttrd : 744 :14 4 ,+r
Dec. 31, 1912--------------------------- "
HalHtir to !>< toll til, 1 ir.4"s LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS.
Sill School brat No 2- '
'I mount'o amount Coll nasrssed*.cti' .((1Halanci I 2'.49'41 4'!' Of course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.

_ --| __ We have nice high lots, near the lake which we are offering at prices '?
to tii I'ollect.d 213 311'
Hub School\ Him No 3 I that are attractive. See thes lots, get our prices and terms on them before
To Amount. HBMINHICI __ 403 30
sss'. s Amount Colli-cUtl: -_ n._ 107 67Ilalanee you decide on a location for ?hame.I i, trt

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to he collect 290 63 o
Hub School Hint No. 4-

ARTHUR K DIRECTORS DONEGAN, President To Amount amount Collected: 8MH"M.d ___ .. 1111 2541 M "WE SELL HOMES." '
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Arthur E, DonegalPresident. n,IL M. PFANN, lit Vice-PreBident I Balance to he culltctfd '0_ -1.086-- -43 I\ II III
C. W. DANN, 2nd Vice-President Pub School LMs't No 6-
amount naHeHHi'il 1 .. __ 163 71 M. BREAKER & y ,
To H.
A. W. WINN L. H. -.n
t Cashier Amount Collttted ._____H__ 18 02 Q Y
Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorneys. Balance to be collortedJ ____ 145. 69 + w
I I..'rk OVKHftTKKKT.CU Circuit: <',,11I; .t. I WEARING BUILDING, - KISSIMMEE, ,
(13>' OKCfolu County. Florida. :



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FOR MAYOR I IIIIIIIIIII III IClassified 111 for. a. permanent renter., South' *>
: : 'close In. Address, IO., Box' tit ''
D I I hereby offer\, 'myself. as candidate 1, i Kissimmee; 7tfLAfeGE !
OO ListetlTOurShoes .for' Mayor of Kissimmee in. the Primary : . "
'" Election of the White Mane I I ,' CO-OPERATIVE Colony BOW. i

t\t I ()ft and Hose for' party and solicit the support of the decide laert4 ...e ''tkl head at tk. veto .f FIT ] organized, near Tampa, Fla.' new ti
8 ,men white voters of the cityIf you i town being built, lots and' land at .rtti\
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.that'\can and will.serve you acceptably V, C.. Per LIB F!r Bach( laaertl.M. "' fraction of usual cost For.Information
Ii: '' Q I- e and women a.nd't' I will be glad 1.0 do .8G 1 feel .. .. .. -- .. .- .- .. .. ,.,J. . . .- .. .. .. -- .- .- .._,-- -----.--.-- _.. .. . . .. . a address N. R. White:; CI"7&-- : _
? that my time wovid be worth more tome FOR SALE., FOR SALE-Ten acres of good land tal Springs, Fla. 7-8tt' pd. '
,: little folks:? please individually if devoted to my personal :'t, fronting '
I in Northwest ,Kissimmee,
*interests, but I feel sure that *
: TOMATO .fl ANTS for Sale-M. D.
this I FOR SALE-Fullblood R. I. Reds'egaS East on Vine stree. Suitable for.
I, and .s \ tJsfy 1 andtickle .can do. the time city ,good in the capacity at of ; for hatching for fl.5L) C. small fruitsvegetables, general Casler &; Son, Lock Box 115, Gardens "

', their 'feet.tfi Mayor, however, I do not claim that If. Blancbaine.egg .trucking, dairy pr chicken farm. If corner Bermuda' avenue. and
sold ,will take $750.00.which Oak street 84p'MEET
the city owes it toyne to elect,me, nor SALE will quickly,
$3500 a'valuable
tt'1 ., do I ask any support through sympathy : property- in the heart buy;of Klnlm-' is less than the city assessed Klssim- me at Kissimmee ,Drug Co., '
or for any other reason than mee, now paying about 14 per cent. valuation. G. F. Kribbs, *tf. and we_will get a drink of the best i
I and will Fla.
that you believe that can mee, made.
on the above amount. Enhancing soda water' Bltt:1:1 1r
i' < fulfill all the requirements and duties in value day. H. M Breaker muck ).
d :I. every ; FOR SALE- 100 area of fine
of the office to the best of my ability M'
1 '
/ &; .Co. 39tf land. Railroad survey through this 4044a0000440000041f. ;
yl) (1/J. and in a manner! that. will reflecthOlloI' f
L r land and to truck farming. 0) '
I ) t the city. I adapted fv'fi {
on FOR
} SALE-One 6 h. p. Gray; engine real bar- '
Price on application-a Wanted-To. correspond with
in clean city,
I believe sincerely a
$75.00 4 h. Barber
; one p. engine at
; Kissimmee, interested in Florida
gain. Address box 362, *
the safe-guarding in parties
f every way possible $60.00. Both in food F4
l C ( shape.
t t 9-tf
Fla. > lands. Improved or unimproved. 0
the public health, and making Vans Agnew. 49-tf ..
I the city as attractive as possible in 4 Oranges growing on Improved
'4 any way that we can without unneces- ORDER YOUR trees at once from FOR SALE-Large size billiard table < and all other suited to citrus oe' ')
sarily burdening the tax payers. I Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw, salesman with full equipment. Apply to :. fruit and vegetables. Pine land 0
further believe in strict economy and room No. I, State Bank. Build Frank Vans Agnew. 3 .,> or hammock, prairie or muck In 0 .1
in seeing that the city gets full 100 ing. 40tf .> large or small tracts. Pile.' t i
J. W.
: cents value for every dollar paid out FOR SALE-Four good mules. .> and terms right. Near new *t#| \
of the treasury. FOR SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- Miller. 1 Hf. .> road and in new country. W rt.. V
r J. M. TAYLOR.I forced cement fence post and 250 .> Jas. A. O'Berry, Whittier, Fla. ltf\ t ta
cypress fence posts. A. B. Jarrell, FOR RENT. 0, 4
:.A. / sro r . :, / am a candidate for Mayor subjectto At Kissimmee Drug Co. fififiafiQafi44404s0A000FOR '
the action of the electors in the FOR RENT=Two store buildings on "'
corning primarieB. I respectfully so- FOR SALE-2 h. p.. international Broadway.Small ,
COME In with the whole family and let licit the support of the voters and Harvester gasoline engine in good truck farms.
and promise. a business administratioVi if running order. Will sell at a sacrifice 9-tf Mrs. I};;. K. WdlH SALE ::
shoe all. FOR grandpa grandma -
us you elected. if taken at once. Apply at

we have broad, easy, comfort shoes; DOZIER LE1TNER.FOR Gazette office. 37tf LIST your houses, furnished rooms fi-aiTc tract for $500. ::1

I for and hard wearing FOR SALE-Beggar weed need.50c and trucking lands for rent with 12 [,-8I.'re tracts for $300. 1
mama papa MARSHAL.I lb. Velvet beans Mrs. E. E. Wells. !0-tf>
r. per $3.00 bu.,
of.busy: candidate for the office ofMarshal per 4 5-acre tracts for $1600. t
shoes that will stand the strains I am u Tom Watson and other varieties of
of Kissimmee and respect- Watermelon Seed 50c lb.,' 33 1 IS fi-arre eructs for $!350. I
r"- feet and be stylish besides. FOR young fully solicit the support of the voters years of honorable business per dealings FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story 70 acres. for $:00rn.()()<

men, Our Hanan SHOES' cannot be beat for 1 at the approaching. JOHN primaries.M. HANSELL. and is our foundation for success store Kissimmee.building H.on C.Brack Stanford St., North 29-tf WO! ( acres. with fine orange and grape
your olj
proper fruit grove, $35: per acre. "
and wear treatment. Girardeau
style WATER HYACINTHSHIDE Seed Co., DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.
I OUR "BUSTER BROW!{" SHOES for children LAKE :MINNIE" Monticello, Fla. 3-13t. Tiller. (01 TAGES

are just the thing to year to school. (Orlando Reportr Star) FOR SALE-Ten head of good logging FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat, 1 .1'0"111 cottage with 2 lots, $800.
f. Water hyacinths have covered the mules. We have only ten left. with all city conveniences Applyto i
We sell our shoes for low prtces-thats surface of Lake Minnie till hardly a Selling out mules on account of logging "W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf

why we sell lots of them. ( : spot of that once beautiful body of good with mules Any a bargain one wanting will- rroom 1 cottage with lot 75x147%;

f, H. C. STAnFORD COMPAnY I water is discernable. The growth has do well to call on us. At mill, eight HOUSE all summer FOR RENT-Special or all the year pricesto round ( I'etrhjt'hts., hot and cold water,
been most remarkable, for not much miles from Kissimmee. Ansley occupants. Miss Dalma Graham I barn, nuke yard 1. close in, $2100.
f I't I more than a year has passed s'lurt Lumber & Tie Co. 3-tf 116 Mabbettc St. 7-3t.pd
I -- II()1':0\:\E-:;
t ', this lake was an open body of water. FOR SALE-One good driving mare, ----- - 1 IOr"om] house, modern, close in,
1 Ifififi I > fififiafififififi4aaa Kor several years there has been a one work horse, one exceptionalwoods MISCELLANEOUS.WADE .
TO $::1',0. 1 h 0) i pretty border of these hyacinths rider's horse. May be seen
> at 67 Oak 1 I!'I'IIOIII house, modern, close in,
> Have just received an early 1 around the lake, but last summer street. 3-tf the tuner, Orlando.
------ $4 ,.O.
> of New. Hats:
showing Spring
I ExchangeFor <. which we cordially invite the during the high waters. Lake Davis FOR SALE-Well established grocery STRAYED OR STOLEN- Setter pup. 1 $nlllm hOUR, modern<<: close in,
gave up quite a large quantity of business, enjoying good trade; best age two months color while and .
I. something 1 line' $4250.tSK: !
: ladies. to inspect Our regular <- of reasons for selling excellent tan. Reward if returned Sum
these water plants, being forced back ; location -
t ..
tit O Spring Opening WIll occur about : through the channel into Lake Min- I cheap rent. Full particularsto Lupfer. !i-tf :\ *
.. interested --- - - - -
Lands : March 1st; watch for it. < th' parties. Nelson Realty
I. a nie. If this were "blooming periodthe Company. 4-tf WANTED-Young man of ability, or
i ,lafififiaaafiaa' aooooaooa lake's surface would be a beautiful young married couple that can produce Mrs. Mary Summers
I <00 o mass of purple blossoms. But the FOR SALE-First Class Al Restua- 1000.00 cash security to get
: Florida .,. THE people living in the vicinity of the rant doing good business. Best location a position of managing a dry ood, LAKEVIEW COTTAGE
in .. in town. Reason for selling
ELITE MILLINERY STORE !I lake the view of
prefer the water to .
my undivided time required to look store. Salary and cximmisRion; 608 I'enneld Ave. Near Clyde.
00 Mrs. Farmer's Old Stand. ;, that of a set of hyacinths, and have after property interests of other splendid opportunity for Tight par
<, c e i, petitioned the city fathers to take parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- ty that looks for success. Answer Clyde, the second street west of court
+ G++-+ + O' 44afi444aaFred houir
9-2tpd some action for getting rid of them. simmee, Fla. 3-tf Box 487, Kissimrnee, Fla 9tf leading south.
''I Fresh stock: of Urcecrie, good trade 'I
So far nothing has been done but the -- - -- _. -- --
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residence, all located in .
an elegant one
extermination has been decided ,
., I upon
C. Stephenson has returned .
of the best towns in Georgia! and it is said that a spray will be used -
from a business trip to New York.
He encountered some cold weather I for killing the plants. Anyone who M
I Address Box 125, while sway and states that he is gladto i!' has had a view of this fine lake of ,
9-4t Jackson Ga. be back in Florida's sunny clime. (! hyacinths will at once perceive that

I Ilhe town has no small job on hand
i when it undertakes to remove all of

these plants from the water's surface.If .

f the spray is used and the plants /C EAT CLEARING SALE .

FOR SALE are suddenly killed, there will soon -
be a decaying, pulpy mass on the surface -

I ...'. j of the lake that will not only become -

:', ) l. offensive infection.but From a source a of sanitary miasmatic ',' it t the Greater New York Store Kissimmee Fla '

; Beautiful lot 73x117 feet. Six bath and .
Bungalow on : rooms, pan point of view these plants should be '

l I faked from the water's surface with- f; .' :'
try. :
1\ : '
: out being killed and hauled away to Will Continue Until Further Notice :
Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and o'ne.hali :' Bome'dump heap to become a fertiliz- .,

block from Postoffice. Cement sidewalk e i ing product.

Located: on beautiful Mabbette street, in one of the best sections I. FINE COATS FOR LADIES

1 of the city. The Florida Everglades
$18.00 Furs All-Wool and Carracol, to sell for .
s .. ,. ,. - -
Now offered for only $3,000.- A bargain which will not remain :| By J. O. Wright. 15.00' __ _ _ __.
I \ 1%.00" n n n __ _. ____,$ 5 0 0
i oa the market lonf. Let ut show YOU. I If you wish to know the truth about 10.00" ? ft ft __ __ ___ .
the Everglades, their present condi-
tion and future possibilities, get a .
copy of Major Wright's new book.

1 : H. M. Breaker & Co. Trice by Mail 75c. 200 SWEATERS OF ALL KINDS ON THIS CLEARING SALE, FROMJ2.00

/ I Address, T. J. APPLEYARD,
State Printer, Tallahassee Fla. TO $5.00 EACH, WILL ALL SELL AT .
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We Are Now in Our New (Garage j _. .

We continue
our Special Sacrifice on

? a Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue. FINE TAILORED DRESSES

And Carry in Stock Casings, Inner Tubes, Blowout Patches Security Patches, FINE TAILORED SKIRTS ,

Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs. Terminals, High VERY ELEGANT i'
1 \ and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing, Batteries,

k Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, Gaso EXTRA VALUES IN FINE FULL SIZE BLANKETS

lene Oils Metal and Polishes .

Ammeters, Tire Testers, W. l kindly write the ladies to look over our new Sprint Hats that have

Auto Clocks Etc.
started to come M for the cenuBf seasoa.
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J f t We are alsp prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats Motor Boa\s

,., :r r.. Automobiles. Saw mills\ in fact all kinds of Repair Work, LATHE WORK% A SPECIALTY. THE GREATER NEW YORK STORE

Our Livery Cars are First Class and We will give good Service When in want of an .
S '
Auto Trip give us a Call. \
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