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 28, 1913
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: Vs* 'The'mo e I see of other towns the'bett r fljlzeK&ijnmee' "' said the Booster 1 T



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: the Board in Washington J. W. the" appointment- will be made from.
ACTIVE: WORK ONLY Ward, president of the Kiasimme & another branch of,the service.. HARDWARE MEN"WILLBEENTERTAINED

Okeechobee Transportation.. Co. will \ H U. : The,inspector who was 'commissioned
also go to Washington, and it is possible I. BRYAN REESE some time ago tojvisit Kissim .
WILL GET DEEP WATER that other parties interested in ,' J. H mee and pass officially"on the-preparedness " .

t the development of the territory south of the town for city delivery .
of Kissimmee along the river will become -.'! has not reached this place yet, '

i I II members of the delegation to i j "William J. Bryan, who delivered a passionate, and :he said nothing to having had a number of things-to do -

ARD TAKES ADVERSE ACTION assist in changing the decision of the 1]' .lecture in Kissimmee Friday and arouse the kind of emotion that., lie that were scheduled ahead of the Kis
AUTO RIDE OVER CITY PUNNED .
I Board of Engineers; who recently reported nearest, the surface. lie struck deep.I slmmee visit, but he is expected to arrive -
IMHVMMM** adversely on the recommendation -I ipokt a the Baptist church again have often wondered why the at almost any time,*'and I it Is

I Ii for an appropriation to dig and Sunday, has been verbally weighed, newspapers! and the people allude to confidentlyexpected that city delivery -.
KISSIMMEE AND CALOOSA. maintain a three-foot channel in the 'I the will be established before the summer
him
i ON dissolved, analyzed and assayed by as an orator. An oratoir is a SECRETARY JACKSON'S LETTER '
, HATCHEE RIVER PROJECTS AS river. newspaper and magazine alchemists speaker, but the popular conception of has advanced much.
I of the whole world. It is not, therefore the word is different. An orator is IS GIVEN FAVORABLE ATTENTION -

I RECOMMENDED BY OFFICERS for the purpose of doing the job conceived to be a speaker who mounts !\ AND VISITORS WILL BE
WHO MADE SURVEY. FAIR FOR OSCEOLA IN j over that I have set out to write about the Olympian heights and sails the TAYLOR CHALLENGES'OTHER .
him. But with a character as vividas filmy nebulae upon a structure of CITY'S GUESTS MARCH 22

his, with a personality as compel- beautiful simile and flowery lan
i FEBRUARY 1914 ;ling, with a life as active-there is guage. Bryan doesn't do that. He CANDIDATES -

pd news was received in Kissim- something new in him every day. He talked Friday in the most common The delegates of the National Retail .
(" _JII Wednesday, when a formal noticejme I said so himself, though he didn't say place language. He began by tellingof Hardware Association, which meets
," i' apprising the Board of Trade that in talking about himself; he I his shorthorns and Jerseys on, his in Jacksonville in March, will be the
t%; *; the effort to get an appropriation I STARTS AGITATIONWILL made the statement abstractly in the i Nebraska farm; his allusions were MAYORALITY ISSUE guests of Kissimmee for a short time
STANFORD DISCUSS
fo k the Kissimmee river had been course of his lecture; he repeated a ordinary. What could be more simple March 22.
acted upon adversely by the Board of principle which we all recognize as than his illustrations to sustainhis :
', live there is that should believein I A letter from W. K. Jackson, of
Engineers. I true-that every day we argument man ,
This information called for steps to BE SPECIAL SUBJECT FOR progress or retrogression-the world God. "You don't understand God," RECENTLY ANNOUNCED CANDIDATE Lakeland, secretary of the Florida
be taken to bring the merits of the doesn't stand still, and the world is he surmised, then holding up a glassof Retail Hardware Association, was
need more forcibly to the attention of DISCUSSION AT NEXT REGULAR made up of the people in the wotfld. water, he said, "Do you understand I FOR MAYOR INVITES read before the Board of Trade Mon

the Board of Engineers, and a delegation -I MEETING OF TilE There was nothing new in anythingthat water?" Then further, "What do you OPPONENTS TO MEET hIMBEFORE day evening, suggesting that Kissim .
will go to Washington to present OF TRADE. Mr. Bryan said, yet it is possible understand; do you understand anything I mee invite the visitors to stop over
I BOARD
the matter to the Board. that no person in the crowd that heard ? I don't' Ponder over this. MASS MEETING. for an hour on the date mentioned,
The reasons for taking the actionas 'him will assert that he ever heard "How is it that a red cow can eat I on a tour of the state which has been
stated were stated very briefly in those old things so effectively stated. green grass and give white milk with planned as a part of their entertain-

the notice issued by the department, The success of the Orange County Again: Put Mr. Bryan's words into I I yellow butter in it? Do you under- The prediction that there would be ment. :
thus: "It l is believed that the present Fair has led, to the suggestion that the mouth of the most eloquent orator stand that?" I I some ginger in the campaign for The association is composed of between

and prospective commerce to be bene- Osceola, county have a fair too. I the most impressive speaker that i I lie may not understand the art of I Mayor before the race was over is 200 and 300 men, who are com
fited is insufficient to warrant this This will afford the promoters of you can name except himself, and let making people listen, but he's got it. being Verified, and the probability is ing to Jacksonville from all parts of
expenditure." the Orange county enterprise considerable him expound the same words, and still He may not understand how it is that that the[& complexion of the situation the country. The convention will be

There may be a great misunder-, cause for pride in staging the you will find that they have lost muchof he influences men, but he does. He will undergo a decided change before adjourned in Jacksonville the eveningof
standing In the minds of the Board fair so impressively A large/: number their weight. Why? Ponder at referred to the Great Teacher, who the day of the first primary, March 8. March 21, and the tour will start "!
of Engineers concerning the prospective of KiHsimmee people visited the this, for herein lies the power of Bry- spoke in the simplest words, yet the One of the recently announced can- from that point, over the Atlantic
commerce of the Kissimmee river. fair in Orlando last week, and they nn Thi_ ia nrtf t.u. efYllfUAn of a testimony of the high-brow critics didates for Mayor, J. M. Taylor has Coast Line to this part of the state. ;
It is probably not generally/: known returned with enthusiasm welling in youthful i"nihu' i'st-; : in first heard then was that "never man spake as issued an invitation to the other can- Secretary Jackson. Jueing a Lakeland 'f.
that the opening of the new town of their boHOms to the bubbling point.H. I Bryan fifteen years ago, two years after -' this man." What could be more impressive -1 I didates for that position to meet him man, will see to it that the visitors '.
Okeechobee, near the lake, will bring flay JStanford, recently retired he was first nominated for President than his recital of the Twen- before the voters and discuss the iafI are given time enough to inspect ,_
about, a wonderful development of the president of the Board of Trade was and I have heard him several ty-third Psalm, in the course of his i:I sues of the campaign. Lakeland, as well as provide elegant ':|
C._ river traffic; it may not be known among these, and he brought; the Fairsubject times since. I have heard him twicein speech, when he said that the Bible I It has been declared by some that entertainment for them. The visitors flare
L_ to the Board of Engineers: what industries to the attention! of the Boardof the open air when he spoke to was the only book that brought comfort there are no issues to be discussed to travel on a privileged train, \ujj
that would be developed Trade Monday evening.. great throngs against the noise of to arty man when he stood on the ;''I i but Mr. Taylor i is of a different mind. which will stop at all points designated .
along the banks of the river that Mr. Stanford wanted the fair asso- rattling; street cars and the rumbling brink of the Dark River? I lie thinks that there are a number of on a pre-arranged itinerary. This "

would produce commerce if there ciation organized and work begun of vehicles over paved streets; I've I I I "When I am dying," he said, "Don't i questions in which the tax payers are schedule has not been arranged in .'
were more frequent boat service; the without delay, bO that the buildingsand heard him in a large auditorium with ., bring me Darwin's Descent of Man, interested that they would like to full as yet. Secretary Jackson explains .tl,
sale of the prairie lands the opening the premiums as well as the exhibits five thousand people in the audience, nor any other book of science or phil- i have the candidates declare in his letter that he secured the
of the Litht ey-Parsons tract to colonization would all be ready for a fair and I've heard him in a small audi- .osophy;; there is only one bookrfn that selves upon. It i is his purpose them-I convention for Florida for the adver- '

and other things of the kind to he held in February of next year. torium with only a few hundred pres- hour which can give me any strengthor telop these issues, to state his own tising value that such a gathering !,
might: l he brought to the attention of The subject of the fair was portponed ent. Yet he never spoke with any comfort-bring me the Bible." position with regard to them and ask I, would produce. lIe thinks Kissimmee

the Board of Engineers: concerning for further consideration until the greater effort apparent than en employed Thus calmly and simply did he talk, the other candidates to do likewise.. ought to take advantage of the opportunity -
which there has been no presentation next regular; meeting, when it will in his Sunday school talk at and there were those who said they \ While no place is designated by Mr. to distribute some attrac-
whatever. The Transportation Committee be discussed at greater length. the auditorium Friday afternoon, and wouldn't trade the privilege of having 'Taylor at which the proposed meet- tive literature while putting her best
of the Board of Trade, of whichC. The suggestion/: met with favor and he never failed to hold his audienceto heard him for any amount of money; ing is to be held it is likely that the foot forward in entertaining the vis
A. Carson is chairman, has taken there is reason to predict that the the man. I have never known any there were others who said they would court house will be selected. It is itors. "

the matter up vigorously, and the fair association will be organized, and speaker with the same.composure, the give large sums of money if every assumed that the other candidateswill A special committee composed of ..
Board of Engineers will nave a full that Mr. Stanford will see his dreamsin same poise, the same power. Others young man in the town had heard it. accept his invitation. The letter the hardware dealers in Kissimmee :

presentation of the subject and if this particular realized. who have had a much broader experience They spoke earnestly, with tears in which is reproduced was sent out by was appointed to arrange a program '.

they be reasonable men the proposed bring: the same testimony. I their eyes. What other man is there I Mr. Taylor Thursday: of entertainment which will includean

appropriation will receive favorable IS NOW know that there were several men in who has that power; what other thingis Kl 8immee, Fla., Feb. 27, 1913.$} auto ride over the city. The committee :
consideration. Following is the no- LAKE SHORE the audience Friday afternoon who there to be compared with such a Dear Sir-With reference to your candidacy is made up of W. B. Makinson, I .:;
tice which Mr. Carson received from I were moved to tears by his talk; yet gift? Surely not any office within, for the office of Mayor of Kis N. B. Carson, R. D. Waring and Rosa '

the department: ON THE MARKET Bryan was not emotional; he was not the gift of man. \ simmee, I beg to ask that you meet Graves. ,.

7.J The Board of Engineers: for Rivers me at a mass meeting of the citizensof ,
I). C., Kissimmee, to be held aLa convenient
Harbors Washington,
and 1913. BOARD Of r rovij. 1 place- io the City next Wed- STATEMENTS Of RECEIPTS
February 25, Concern: The DESIRABLE LOCATION: FOR RESIDENCES TRADE TO TO SPEAK{ nesday evening, March 5, 151,3, for
Whom It May '
To June IS OPENED ANI ; the purpose of dismissing the issuesof AND EXPENSE :
Act
Harbor approved
River and for BE INCORPORATED I HERE MARCH 10 the campaign before the voters.
a
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contained
25, 1910, provision SALES UEINU )fAm.: Respectfully yours,
examination of "Kissim- 1-
preliminary mee and Caloosahatchee rivers and J. M. TAYLOR.

Okeechobee and tributaries, witha HOW FUNDS OF CHAUTAUQUA
Lake SECRETARY OF TAMPA BOARDOF
of Improvement Announcement is made that the FIRST STEP TAKEN TO PUT THE
adopting a plan BE
view to CITY DOCK WILL
BY
COURSE WERE HANDLED
of said waters which will har- Lake Shore Addition has been opened COMMERCIAL BODY ON A TRADE WILL GIVE ONE

monize as nearly as may be practicable and lots are being sold at reasonable OF IllS FAMOUS TALKS. THOSE IN CHARGE.
with the general scheme of the figures and on easy term payments.The FIRM FOUNDATION CAMPAIGN/ ISSUE
State df Florida for the drainage: of Lake Shore Addition is the -
The required examination recently purchased by 1.. A. -- -
the Everglades. property J .
Special Hamilton and is rightfully consideredone W. B. Powell, secretary of the The recent Chautauqua Course .
was made by a toward incorporatingthe
The first ASKEDTO
step CANDIDATES ARE BEING. held in Kissimmee was organized under
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desirable residence of Trade has
and Board
Board of Engineer Officers, pur4cuant of the most Kissimmee Board of Trade was Tampa accepted' the of the EJasimme.Civic .
to'favorable recommendationsthereon locations in.or about Kissimmee. when J. W. an invitation to address the Kissim- INDICATE: POSITION! IN auspice
evening
taken
Monday and some of the members -
authorized. In are'a number of the lots that Board of Trade Monday evening League
There mee
a survey was Prentia that the body be incorporated IMPROVEMENT: .
the lakefront proposed REGARD TO of the League'lent valuable assistance ,
the Kissimmee river, the run down to a point near March 10. .
reference to that committee to .
and .
a in the The
is lie well that Powell has been making addresses securing course. ,
of the Board on the survey and all of them so Mr. -
the proposition be appoint I B Potts
report D.
investigate course was managed by ,
the
to the extent the advantages of living near in a number of South Florida
for improvement
favorable recommending the mainten- water are guaranteed to all purchas- ed.The I towns and his work has been highly Candidates for the place in the City and J. H. Reese, who feel obligated
of suggestion/: /: was acted on favorably I will be asked to make known because of the public character of the
Kis- of the lie is Council
., channel from spoken by
tyfrvnt newspapers.
??-, nr .... . prIC ofJ.
and-'a committee composed
01 & the fol-
esimmee make
the built home for in the their attitude with reference to the enterprise, to public
Okopchobee bv Mr. Hamilton has a known to be a live wire town I
Lake I
to W. Prentis, C A. Carson, W. B. of dock. A state- lowing statement ofreceipts and disbursements -
and the construction a city
construction of a light draft dredge himself on this property, A. S. I building business; and his ability in
determined by Harris II. Clay Stanford pnd ment is being circulated by J. W. : .
and tender, at a cost of $35,090: location of it can be that line of endeavor is being recog-
and his resilience. The Nelson was named. nized State. lie has Oliver among the candidates and it is l ,. 00
first , $12,000 the location of thioughout the Season Tickets sold $300
year Boardof nhn
dredging six months per year thereafter front is to be improved by the building The idea of. incorporating the appeared in Kissimmee on several occasions -I believed that all of them will sign it, Ladies' Orchestra sold _n_..- 2 00 .
dredging
cost of $fi.OOO. /: of a breakwater and boulevard, Trade is regarded as a good one I and there is always a warm I since it is nothing more than a pledge Walden, sold hnu__.,, 13 26'" r.
at a it will tend to
In accordance with law the report and when this is done the section will for the reason that and welcome here for Powell.'THE i I to build a dock if it is possible to fi- W. J. Bryan, sold _----___-- ,. "103 00'

has ben referred to the Hoard! of I lie the most attractive(' part of the city. give!: the body and greater will at dignity the same time responsibility |, nance the proposition. The statement I Olivette, sold --_--_____--_ 6JOO I
Rivers and Harbors} forconsideration The price of the lots at present will i, follows:
Engineers for and recommendation. he greatly enhanced in the course of give it a legal/ status that it doesn'tnow I PRINCESS" TO i I "We, the undersigned each being I $424 25

From the information presented the a few yeais, It has always been so possess. a candidate for the office of memberof Paid Walden nUU 60 00 $.
advisability and It is the city council for the town of ______ 00 .1:
Board is not convinced of the with water front property I BE GIVNBY 0. H. S. Paid Orchestra u $100
of the United States undertaking boundto be so with this, too. The FIRST PRIMARY FOR Kissimmee for the ensuing ternTyhere- Paid Bryan _unn_ 201 60 "
the additional improvements opportune time. to purchase is now. by state that we each individually, Expenses '
that the present iinilprospective .1. I n. Clark and R. W. Meiklejon are |are in favor of the construction of a
It Is believed to bo benefitedi general sales agents. for Mr. lIamil- CITY OFFICES MAR. 8 TONIGHT; AT PASTIME TENNYSON'S city dock and that we will do what we Pianist for Walden--___ 2 60
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commerce this can to bring about the construction, Gazette Printing ______ 16 06 .,.
warrant expen ton. PIECE IS TO BE PRESENTED -
insufficient to if elected, as soon as the .proper :Journal printing----____ 7 60 ; .
diture. CANDIDATES QUALIFYING AND AS HENEFIT..Tennyson's financial arrangements can be Draying nunn 60 I..;
All parties int,., "led in the sub-pro- AULTMAN SALE Of IN 'ACCOUNT OF made with reference thereto. We .voluntarily -I Distributor, dodgers n__ 1 00 .,
invited to TURNING I
are ,
posed improvement sign this as a pledge to the 'Janitor -------5 i 00

mit, within a period of thirty days fOR MARCH 4 THEIR EXPENSES.The "Princess" will be givenat voters of Kissimmee indicating our Stickers ______________ 60 'i
from date of this notice, statementsand LOTS I desire to secure a dock that will be i Porter for trunks __Un 60Stamos
arguments bearing: upon the necessity the Pastime tonight, J by: a select: safe and that will accommodate. the _______ 16
for the improvement in the first primary for city officials I cast from the student body of the !\ traffic, both passenger and freight, Sign ".:_========::::::: 2 00 :
March 8, and Osceola School.
will be held Saturday, High
interests' of commerce and navigation. OF AULTfttAN GARDENS such as may be presented for local use Cash to Olivette Con. Co. 38 04
Such statements should be addressed PART this week witnesses the last of the I The company has been rehearsingthe in this j $424 25
to "The Board of Engineers; for Rivers WILL BE OFFERED AND SOLD' entries. [ play for some time, and the drill-I I way.

and Harbors Southern Building:, TO HIGHEST BIDDER. H. M. Breaker has announced fora ing has been in (competent hands. EARLY MORNING FIRE i
Washington; I). C" Should a hearing place in the Council to fill out the Those who attend are sure to spend a I RYANMADfSECOND ;
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be desired, this can be arrangedby unexpired term of one year caused pleasant evening. 1 The local fire department had two :

correspondence with the Board. The Southern Realty & Auction Co. by the resignation of John M. Lee, The play is being given for the pur- runs this week, the first at 4:30: Tuesday -I i VISIT HERE SUNDAY '
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The BOARD OF ENGINEERS! FORte of (reensboro, N. C., is advertisingan and the name of L. II. Cohoon has i pose of raising funds for the benefit I morning when a small house in ,,'
RIVERS AND HARBORS. auction sale of lots to take placein been presented to the voters by a number of the Athletic Association of the '" ;
Kissimmee March 4, the sale to of his friends as being a fit man school. The enterprise of the students -. North Kissimmee owned by Quinn I. ,(-';tj
: begin; at 10:30: in the forenoon. for a place in the Council. i is deserving of encouragement. Edmondson, a negro, was gutted by SPOKE FOR SHORT TIME AT BAP- ;

CARSON WILL PRESENT Ninety choice lots will be sold, be- The candidates for Mayor are four, I (Continued on page 2) .: the flames and the second at 1:30 TIST SUNDAY SCHOOL AND '
ing part of the tract on which the namely, Fred Bass, James W. Lilly, I'Friday morning, when two small
$ FIGURES: TO BOARD I Aultman Gardens are located. A Dozier Leitner and J. M. Taylor. I LEFT FOR COCOA LATER
brass band will be in attendance and There are nine candidates for Coun- RURAL ROUTE NO. 2 I houses were destroyed. The latter

I perform duty, and the sale will take t cilman, being R. D. Waring, _G.H._. fire occurred near the city limits wO'Il on
; and nrnttv
Patrick Etrovt. .
place rain or shine. [rather, J. W. Thompson, T. M. << WILL BOPN MAY consumed' ; frthe;; worn';alarm 'was- turnI I William J. Bryan, who delivered his
CHAIRMAN OF TRANSPORTATION The locality is regarded as \ ers, M. B. Wilson, E. H. Hall, II.
1| thoroughly desirable, and the oppor- Steen, II. M. Breaker and L. II. Iv-I ed in. Dave McLeod occupied .one of lecture "The Making of a Man" at the
COMMITTEE WILL VISIT i! building lot at a I hoon. I the houses, but succeeded in saving school auditorium Friday afternoon,
, tunity to get a
WASHINGTON SOON. 'small figure is unusual. I There are three candidates for City POSTMASTER VANS AGNEW HAS I all of his household goods. The other returned to Kissimmee Sunday morn-
1 ., Marshal, being: F. W. Pittman, Floyd was unoccupied. The departmentdid ing, after filling the last of his lecture I,
1''KISSIMEEMANELECTED I II Tison and J .M. Hansell. I ASSURANCE THAT ROUTE \ creditable work in each instance, dates for the tour, at Bartow Satur- "

the invitation of the TO OFFICE Under the call for a primary election WILL BE PUT ON.:" in the promptness and the rapid runs. day evening. .
Acting upon | it was necessary for each candi- The'conditions were such that the : Mr. Bryan returned upon the in'J.

Board of Enginers to present further j Rev. S. S. Snyder, of the Kissimmee date to file notice of his candidacywith houses could not have been saved by vitation of C. A. Carson, at whose
facts than have been given to the Presbyterian church, was elected a the executive committee by I any department. f home he was a guest. Mr. CarllOn'.2'
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Board the subject of prospective member of the executive committee Tuesday, February 25, and pay his Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew has met him at the train and conducted
on School Association assessment.J. the assurance from the Departmentthat J. J. Watson, of Peoria, III., was a .him to the Baptist church, where he
Florida -
commerce on the Kissimmee river, a 'of the Sunday ifri Jacksonville last Rural Route No. 2 will be established -II visitor to Kissimmee the first of the spoke during the Sunday school) hour.
of which met
meeting was held at the offices I 1 in accordance with week. Mr. Watson owns more than The subject of his talk was-'Faith."
of the State week. S. D. Harrik. of St. Petersburg M. Willson, Jr., who has been May ,
President C. A. Carson I elected ex-Goy. seriously ill since Christmas, was the itinerary for the route already six thousand acres of land near KIs- Mr. Bryan wanted to see somethingof
make was preMdent; :
Bank Thursday afternoon to arrangements I ', simmee. lIe bought the land with- the country through this section
I taken to Johns Hopkins at Baltimorethis published.
first vice president J
with the W. S. Jennings, ; I .
to comply would be it and it and in order to do he made the trip
1 Judge Robert Cockrell, of the Supreme week, where he will undergo an It was thought that it out seeing after looking I so '
I
Board's request.C. another examination he than satisfied. He from Kissimme to Cocoa, on the Florida
vice examination by specialists. Mr. Will- necessary to have : over was more
of Court Tallahassee, second pres- :
A. Carson, who is chairman of the ident Rev. Claude Jones. of Jackson- son was accompanied by his local I in order t* obtain a carrier .for is much pleased with this section andis I East Coast railroad, by auto. He "

\ the Transportation Committee make ville,;recording secretary; C. A. Hoyt, I physician Dr. W. L. Winn, and two the route.jbut it may be that this will going to exert himself"tor get others I was accompanied from Kissimrnee by ..
Board, tof Trade, was selected to I not be done. The probability is that to come and live here. J. J. Griffin and R. L. Farmer. It I
of Jacksonville treasurer. ,nurses. ,
the presentation of the statistics to ,- ,; .

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to promote that object.recoil-from the SHiPPING *
\" L. effects of their own radical efforts on LONGEST '
witnessing their extreme measures ,
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being received 'with scorn and con Mons -Makin9Oran9eIrees
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YAL" tempt by our more conservative pop- SEASON. YET KNOWN

. ulation. Pid you say stop moralizingand I i.. .
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give us the news? All right. It's the vigorous, healthy trees" ''that"are your' money ..
Our new Primitive Baptist churchis MUCH FRUIT TO BE SHIPPED X makers. They set the most fruit and hold it best? A rood
on the progressive order. Elder applicatlon'of proper plant food in Spring: wUl help make
: Haines and the members of the I and healthy. Use
-' ALL trees vigorous
your grow
Powder church appear to be at enmity con
Baking : : cerning a qualification connected with MORE THAN TWO MILLION ," NP'POTASH
predestinarianism, the terms abso BOXES IN STATE AND MOVE- ARMOUR BLOOD, BONE

lute and unlimited signifying something I WENT\ IS NOT TOO RAPIDTO ARMOUR ORIGINAL NUMBER 1 "

:.t'' -..-' is the greatest of modern; -. not provide that the for original, not being discipline conversantwith does I GLUT MARKET: ARMOUR ORANGE FRUITER

the tender spots in connectionwith
I cake this good old church will not at- These brands have ammonia that produces vigorous
time helps to perfect tempt a detail of this difference of I (From the New York Packer) I growth, balanced with phosporl acid and potash to harden' .Vs''
. opinion Rev. Mr. Guy has had the I FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS this growth and keep" it healthy. We have ten other "
t and biscuit making. Makes misfortune to lose loving and devoted -! Curs shipped test week _____ 635 I brands prepared especially for citrus trees-each a proved 'f \
mother, and we sincerely sympathize I Cars shipped week before last 676( result-getter. Our booklet describing them is free. 1 1I
1 'Total\ cars to lust Saturday__ 15,775 ,
with him. Mr. Guy 'was a .
and
home baking pleasant ( -.-- Talk with
loving son and his sincere devotion to
| Jacksonville, Fla. Feb 21.-The I
that mother was a beautiful trait in ,
1)f t. profitable. It renders the his character, believing that her days ; late cold snap has put the citrus fruit < R S FLOYD Kissimmee Fla
Ion this earth were nearly numbered | crop) in fine condition. It is )just what I ,

and she had declared that it was her de- the growers have been waiting for, 1 Armour Ferhli/cr Works
food
more digestible l'II'e on her departing this life to be and weather conditions! could not
in a home of her own and near her beloved have been more favorable if made to : Jackson\illc. Fla.
guarantees it safe from son. This desire caused that order.) Cool nights with just enough i,
( son to lay aside any other arrangement ruin in some sections and bright sunshine -
I that he" might otherwise have this week has improved the
alum and all adulterants.I I planned I for himself anil family and carrying, qualities of the fruit fully :

'i \I buIld a house for that mother withina 50 per cent.Shipments. :
: f hundred yards of his own residence, are moving at a steady
I \\'hkhU" on a homestead entry. His gait. Most of the crop i i.s movinlr'under C Gazette's Directory of Produce and Commission Houses
attentions were unceasing, but the angel refrigeration( and arriving in much
of death appeared, claiming its better condition than any time this
| 0\\ nand the Great; Beyond receivedthi season and shippers feel that the re-
\ oranges have not yet been gathered/, | devoted" Christian woman into its 1 cinder of the crop will bring good ORANGES Potatoes Onions Cabbage
WHITTIER IS STILL the recent ("old.utlwr has created uncomprchended) and unmeasurublepace prices. This will be the longest shipping ,
'\r. in I them a delicious I flavor and weI re I' .-J as" we cannot comprehend the season on record, us about 'l,- AI'I'LES anil all other Fruits and,l \cnclablcs I 1 wanted in carlots./ Wehave
I certainly enjoying them to the full motive that God has in removing from o0n,000< ()<> boxes of fruit remain. It isfigured the outlet and facilities t.i haidle,, \ <'-hipmcnts promptly and
LOOKING FORWARDRAILROAD (I extent of the law. our midst those whom He has created j the movement will continue WireC. .
t Tattle have passed 1 the winter m and as John tells us in the Scripture !,[ until well into July.] sutisfaelorily'I'rile or
fair shape; the losses have been comparatively that God; is love and that the tree | W. II. Mouser sales] manager( for H. JAMES Charleston W.
liJtht.Vnods burning bus lof life lies beyond the grave and that I.Chase( & Co., believes] that prospectsare Va.
NOT FAR AWAY been in order' for some tinve pust and we must pass its dreaded 1 portals before very bright-for good prices for Kef: : 'I'ii: \ !' ; :': Hank.3 6-13t
fresh, wholesome is the remainder of the scahon. Mr.
a new grass appearing reaching it we should rather prepare i
in abundance. That provokIngly to meet those who have gone before :Mouser said: "The decay period is.
WITH ITS COMING OLD TOWN slow] railroad is at present the than to mourn. over their depar over and our fruit is arriving in good Produce : Commission : Merchants
source of considerable( aggravation, it t condition in most all instances. Trade GALLAGHER B ROS
::, WILL TAKE ON NKW LIFE was to have been here by the first of I ture.The general health of the community is showing a keen interest in Florida 165 W. S. water St. CHICAGO

4 AND THERE WILL BE DEMAND January, but! is now about twelve: is good a few colds that are fast | oranges. Market is strong( at higher
?' miles ,ii..lanl. approaching with the disappearing ]before the beautiful I prices than have prevailed) recently. sorniEUN nuirsND\ : ) \ I-;<.IT; \BI.F.S OIK:! SPECIALTY
1 : FOR TOWN= LOTS amazing speed of six miles per month. weather conditions are the only seri- Auction sales] are higher and it looksto Helen: i III ,t. ASK MiTJj, HAKKKK.:
Real estate is' flul'lllatll1g'Iadam: ou, complaints. We only require us as if the market would remain
Rumor and old Probabilities flashing people in our midst to cause the land strong on Florida oranges for the remainder -
t We earnestly hope that you readers out !prophesies that seem so unreasonable I to bring forth its increase and we ;' of the season." WE SOLICIT TOURSHIPMENTS
FRUITS F VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE
will not think that Whittier i is among that they surprise and bewilderus I could present a self sustaining Country i II. C. Shrader, of II. C. Shrader OF ,
.. the dead issues, and account in this ; if one-fourth of what they say among its many other attractions.Sheiinan .Co.... believes that good prices will be
way for )her long silence, when it was can be taken for scripture, our town I Drawdy and l his wife spenta i received by the grower for the remainder .I. W. WKICiHT df CO.; I; I ni.d| .Memphis. Tciin.
1 pimply; accidental a failure on the hi' wonderful. future in store. few days with us dUf'lnh", present 'j of their crops' Mr. St'hrader
\ 'I
Iiver f of a certain messenger to de- Our school] seems to lie. progressive.Prof. month, making a land trip by automobile | said: "Our shipments norolling' are DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS?
the goods, caused our last article :MOIIOW has his share of admirers carrying in much better shape and
from :St.; Petersburg\ their
.
to fail in reaching its destination. and :Hiss Bessie Lav: ('son isreeogm.ed I this cool spell has greatly benefited t.i n UM \.n. u \t xtiiim| "< iii, ..f I Mm, i I ,iijit- mill \' i.ilHljlm and you
present ii''ld"I1'J',' all well ..
Hex is still domiciled at the Mrawdy sis an aWe and capableiiitrui pleased with :Mrs. :Sherman; Drawdy. .the entire fruit crop. Cars from us .\ .ill lii 1,1..l \\ illi ,Ih. 'MIIII' s.ni' I ,, " ,' ""I' ::11..11... "
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mansion in comp.iny with the Patriarch tor being, generally adnined The lady in 'question i I' a native of that have reached market this week 205 Dock St., WM. RODE Philadelphia Pa.
the only] present occupants of for 'her amiable! manners' and thealucrltV Floiida n ho endeared herself to us }by. have all sold at a better price and
said mansion. :Miss .Jane and Mi i ;s \\ Ith which she performs herseveral' her, nati'ial\ endowments, a grace and;! i I have arrived in much )better, condition
\. Amanda are at Klniore:: Padgett's on duties. There is some hostility loveliness, which commands I for till'V... are well *>all'f lied
a visit to his wife, who is dangerously] t ( displayed by nlHof the elders esteem, ruin we offered congratulation respectand i Ith the present outlook and shippers The Greatest Discoveryof
ill, it being the opinion of the 1\\
physician III this community who fall to recognise - for his extreme( good fortune I vetStake some moni-y this season. -
in charge I that tecovx-ry is next the fact that jouth should not | .''
in s.curing s() worthy a ladyas
to impossiMe. The children are likewise be cut off from youthful] ,enjoyments Ins consort. That's young all Gov.; :Much interest is manifested by all the Present Age
away, Denver hog hunting and and forget to refer hack to their own Cobb you have not answered 1 my )letti j fruit growers in the state regarding
Quinsey with the other ladies of the ''youthful days and remember that i, the meeting to be held in PampaApril
r written( about three weeks\ '
house ago.HEX I I'i' I \ Bell\ of Jacksonville, Fla.
and this ,
leaves us two old I
J ones during its continuance those pIcumres'ere ] 17. (;rowers will attend! thisuu'eting
.' to do the best we ('UII. hut that part a part and parcel of their existence. i_ i irrespective\ of whether they \\ 10" i- now in our city and who has
of it is not giving lu'i" M niiiili'; l.inioiiby one of the great-
't us serious
any At times it would seem that I arc independent or in the exchange, y '
trouble as we have of ' .1! disi n\ n ics "if the age, a remedy
i't'li' plenty eating we Iiwithin a period of intensemoral "TIIE'PRINCESS"I a" the meeting will he a, light fortnutuirl "U
I n and drinking be \ e with which hr has experimented, ,
gotten
merry over. The reform and those that attempt protection. The matters to be $ i 5
'1 : t finni tl.i- and
tugfth'i i
discussed are to secure blanket rates \ ;c swamps
E c meadows: of I loriila und kno n as
for citrus fruit such
I ( Continued 1 from page 1)) shipments as I j E .
--1_ California now enjoys; to act as a i's' Dr.) I. 1'. B.-IIV! Florida! Herbal Diem .
( unit in making claims for collections! .5 co*cry.
The High School pupils will tonight where hllhe.n g' ;;; You lo not have to send to the Kant,
r al the Pastime shipments damagedin UJ
theater giveTennyson's .
Nurlh: or West to obtain a remedy
various to ]
matchless ]little play "ThePrincess. ways; engineer a general -J "
that has the
power to cure suchdiiases
advertising scheme that will extend
The boys}. and girls hivebeen the market for Florida citrus fruits; ":; v::; as kidney, stojiiach, liver or
i woiking hard and
they are sureto
i to plan a campaign for the extermination ( blood discusi's, as you will find a cure
please tit' audience which
large
I
SALE :will doubtless be Miss L..itnpr of the white fly and other insect fill any of these complaints in that
i present. -
C7 nuts famous remedy !Dr. L. V. Bell'sFlorida
pests infesting and grapefruittrees
and :Mrs.\ Simpson have trainedthe orange
laws the u ) Ucrlml Discovery. It is coraIMI.SC -
to ,
; secure quarantining
and this is,
pupils
I ; a guarantee
p P <| of roots, herbs and barks, leaves
that the entertainment will be of thehighest state against nursery stock that is infected -
I and berries gathered from nature's .
order possible. ; to arrange for a uniform ship-
.. great storehouse in the and
a ping crate. swamps
In
the
addition to play there will
i '
be marches drills and ; j The growers have fully determined meadows of Florida and has cured
songs by high Ito
Announcement ', make this meeting a record break thousands of people all over the
school girls in costume, and the High
: , School orchestra will furnish the I er. W. C.. Temple, manager o? the Dr. L.V. Bell tensively Southern States advertised, where it..baa been ex
101\Jl'ic exchange, urges all growers to be
t Tickets are being sold by the boysof present and help take up matters of --- - --
the High School Athletic Association -, vital interest to the citrus industry of Dr. L. V. Bel''sSe\ i le Fluid kills pain: Herbal Co -g-h-C ; cure

1'AJsl and reservations are being madeat this state. for coughs and colds: Florida Herbal Salve1 has no equal as a healer; cures
Roberson's drug store. skin humors. Vegetable Worm Wafers remove worms from children.
The cast of characters is as follows 1 FLOIUDHOWEnS; TO :MKK'l Herbal Tooth Powder, preserves the teeth. I)r. L. V. Bell's Female Secret,
t : 1 fur all diseases of women.
The Princess Ida _Edna Schweikart 1 Will Discuss :Matters of Importance For any of these remedies mentioned! call at Koberson's Pharmacy,
LAKE SHORE ADDITION TO KISSIMMEE is now on ( Lady Psyche _Alice Johnson I At Tampa in April. Broadway.

Ladv Blanche _ _Bessie Whidden I) Tampa, Fla.-The citrus growersi DR. BELL'S LAST WEEK IN KISSIMMEE.with .
I the market for tale. This desirable property will be devoted ( Both instructors in the University) i I' of the state will hold a mass meeting
: i Melissa! daughter of Lady j''in the city April 17 when the independent ,--

to high clati residence; building restrictions reserved. This I Violet BlancheSarah, a pupil _Laura Ann Thomas Fowler 'join hands and to promote exchange'the growers interests will of the railway companies to give ucts into every nook and corner of the

The Prince _Harold Buzza the industry. All growers are urged out each day a complete statement of civilized world irrespective of the
property adjions and comprises a part of the KissimmeeGolf Florian] friend of the Prince and Ito be present as special rates will be the shipments( l leaving the state on (growers' names.
,\ brother of Psyche.-Harris Downing I secured fro mthe railroads and hotels. the previous Jay, as is done in (Califor The fighting of insect pests and

and Country Club. Cyril, friend of the Prince and The following are some of the things nia.To fruit and vegetable( diseases.To .
Florian] _Clyde Bu/za which are agitating the citrus fruit secure blanket rates for shipments secure quarantine laws against
, 'Coma, King and father of Ida. growers which will be taken up at such as California enjoys. the importation of plants trees or
" For prices and . Saml. Lupfer this meeting: To act in matters of claims against fruits from !pest infected territory,
watch the
terms
Gazette next week. I'Ipse, Nobleman in Coma's court I To act as a unit in all matters of railway companies arising out of imperfect just as California holds against Florida -
Nat. Carson legislation, tariff etc. service or equipment.To I now.
I Portress _'_Mattie Belle Harris I To handle] problems of transportation engineer a general advertising Uniformity in sizes of crates and
[ Pupils attendants courtiers, etc. | and Iooki>after all necessary facilities campaign, international in scope that uniform methods of grading and pack-

", Pianist ___._Miss Nannie Reese i such as making arrangements will, .bring. the names of Florida prod ing.
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FRIDAY r
FEBRUARY
28, 913 JF I .

=- ,I' ,,(. _'_ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE. 1 ,PAC1f._ t

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official 1
acts on -T" ,
COURSECLOSEDJATURDAY assuming the presU . '
teL.f France, 'Is Interesting' tb'Mr. KISSIMMEE TO BEM'IN square Spanish bungalow type,faced . -- ,
with '
nectW* Savannah friends and< con", cream colored' Shawnee brick,
Mr. Harper Is first cousin 0- with- red terra \fcotta; tile roof and Ur

U Mrs.a' brother'W. b' Krenson o* Savannah. He MOTION PICTURE trimmings.. The structure(: will ,have a FORS t
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,0CC.harleB c. and Miss ,
; .. frontage of 48 feet
r Joy Harper of Ro he' of C., A. Harper on ,Broadway, 38 t
GOOD CROWDS ATTENDED of Tampa'" and' of "ouBtoun R. 'Ifar- feet deep and one story In height. "IL "
per of '' The interior finish" will'be Beaver "
Chattanooga? Tenn- He went, PARADE OF' SCHOOL CHILDREN -
----- I.to Plj.ris in 1894 and is said to have board with .rid !gum woodwork, and ""i.
WHILE SERIES DID HOT PROVE what is the largest and most lucrative '- the banking fixtures will be mahoganyand

FINANCIAL SUCCESS THE AJT. practice of any International WILL BE FEATURE OF THE PICTURE - bronze lattice work. The'floor,

, TRACTIONS, WERE HIGH IJeanne lawyer. Bernard With his, he wife has, who visited was Mile.Mr.. TO BE. MADE 'IIERE and ceiling will be of moist-proof con- ALENice .' . ,(,.Ii..,'0{ ,'

f CLASS AND PLEASED MANY. Si.Mrs. Krenson in Savannah. .1 TilE WEEK OF GRAND crete, and will be made as nearly ab- "

'I The honor conferred upon Mr. Har LODGE k'', OF P. solutely fire-proof as possible. .J 'I

" The peri that of Chevalier of ,the Legion The .large vault and: ,sae.will_ J be : .
Chautauqua Course was losd'turdaY Honor, is the \ ..:
highest the French --- - -
lined with Bessemer steel ---q ---
evening: by the Olivette Conert government can bestow and Kissimmee is to achieve fame in a and will II
,. Party, with a program of rcad'jHga him in recognition of services was given new line-that of the motion picture. be equipped with ten large and forty .,
and music. The attraction was lawyer in -matters affecting France as a For some time Manager J. D. Wood- small safety deposit boxes, and of perfect little home with large lot owing well and conveniences*, ,, ;i
1
the last of four consecutive entertain and the United States: The Legion beck, of the Pastime theater, has been fireproof construction. exceedingly cheap same party also has ten acre good land, with some ::. 'I

evening ments, with which the opened Chicago Ladies'Wednesday of in Honor 1802 was originated by Napoleon I ing corresponding houses to get with them various to try film-mak Kissim The bank building will be carefully improvements well located will make exceedingly!! low price to anyone '1 I
Orchestra as a recompense for bravery constructed and will on either one both pieces of property';: can' deal direct with : '
on the field of battle or distinguished I mee as a point at which to produce present a digni- or ; 'J .
The .unfavorable conditions which service uncivil life.-Savannah News. films. While he has been unsuccessful fied and permanent appearance. It owner.:1:t\, Jl
attended the opening of the course op- I in getting'a player's camp located will be so erected as to permit of the Cottage Close to Basinet 't '7

crated to success.prevent The it from being a financial WRITES HIS fRIEND I, here film huse he has to succeeded send a representative in getting a addition of a second story just as Boon Six-room cottage practically new, large lot, and 19 bearing or- t ,

musical organizotion which orchestra ranks is a I here to 'make pictures which will be as the: necessity demands. ange tree, about two block from the business part of town bet of '. f

the best and would ordinarily with, TO shown all over the country and in The organization of the State Bank reasons for selling owner will quote extremely low price. Let us take '

drawing card in any town, no provea mat SEE K1SSIMMEC I culable this way lot give of Kissimmee an incal- of Fellsmere represents a combinationof 'you to see this splendid property and introduce you to the owner. ,. t ,.
I
ter what the size. It rained all the I The week of advertising.March 12, when the representative local, and strong Orange Grove. i
I "( *rnoon and evening Wednesday, Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias will financial interests in the north and Ten acres of land with six acres of bearing grove good neighbor- "
and the TORONTO MAN .
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I LI.f-,.,Vyovnr're oily' two tickets result Hold was at that the there door. ADVISES COMING be in session, has been selected as a west, which gives promise of insuring hood less than two miles from railroad station, and about four mile t" 1' :' ,

1'h;( season ticket holders were pretty TO FLORIDA TO ESCAPE in week of events which will find place immediate and permanent success. from Kissimmee very cheap let u* tell you all about it; full particulars 1 "
the film
of
weekly events that is
well represented, however, in spite of PNEUMONIAOf shown in nearly all moving picture Mr. Piffard, the president, comes to to interested parties ( ',
the rain. The orchestra was one of theaters throughout the world.G. Fellsmers from New York, where he Far mud Grove ""

the strongest when such numbers of tho muraoand I P. Balch, representing the Municipal I has had considerable banking experi- Twenty acre lea sthan two miles from P. O. of Kissimmee, on I,: J
a poor attendance all advertising means to induce & Commercial Film Co. of lie has been interested in this "
.enKe. hard
road about five acre bearing consisting of
greeted it the chance of pulling the settlers from other sections to come grove oranges grapefruit )
rest of the series through without financial to Florida the best is to have I Chicago concluded, was in Kissimmee arrangements Mondayand with country and abroad with large financial tangerine and other fruits; 16 acres splendid citrus fruits four : :s ;1 J

loss was appreciably dimin- some one come from that section and Manager Woodbeck for the picture. corporations, and spent four yearsin acre low land very fine for trucking, 4-room house and good stable; ':;. ..

ished. Walden, the Magician, followed write his friends about the advantages :, The cost will be $150, which Mr. Siberia, Russia, where he was as- can have good free country high school privileges $4500. Time on .',.
and he gave a pleasant evening; of the Florida soil and climate.. The j Woodbeck expects to raise by sub sociated with Mr. Fell, to whom he is $2500 if desired. Investigate this splendid property. ..,t ,:
though was as good the Gazette is permitted to I.
as best reproduce a scription, probably with the help of related.-Fellsmere Farmer.IMPROVEMENTS "
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the day of the one-man entertainment letter of this kind, as follows: | the Board of Trade. Features of the Cheap Little Farm. .; ,

is past, and very few beside the regular Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 19, 1913.! | picture will probably be a parade of I Ten acres less than' three miles from Kissimmee. Land lies level, .; ..J

ticket. holders William witnessed J. his performance J. C, lIadley, Esq., 139 Augusta Avenue the uniform rank Knights of Pythiasand AT is good soil 8 acres fenced, small house 5 acre cleared good well

next with the best audience Bryan of came the Toronto, Ontario. these the there school will children.be Aside from price $525. Time on part if desired; this is a snap. ;
Dear Sir-This is just to remind '! scenes from some COLD STORAGE PLANT 17,
course. The auditorium i.
was pretty that last of the show places about Kissimmee, I I"t NA
March in
well filled, but it lacked much of being you Toronto there and it has been suggested that a company -
were upwards. of three hundred deaths NELSON REALTY COMPANY :
crowded, and the Olivette trio wound from' According to the : of cowboys give a broncho busting -I ,;
up the course Saturday evening. Considering pneumonia. I exhibition for incorporation in STORAGE; CAPACITY HAS BEEN
the_ time in which the course medical health report there were several [the picture. Over Citizen Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA. .
was organized and the unfavorable thousand cases but as many I I Various.means the LARGELY INCREASED AND
are employed by
deaths occurred later in the other I l .
conditions, the enterprise was a great year film company to have such pictures NEW OFFICE BUILT. .
-- success and lacked but a small causes were attributed. |I distributed to the best advantage. J. ..
In the whole of v
state Florida which I
amount of pitying out. The loss SUH- Chief among/ these is to sell the film II I .t
is about the size
of old Ontario, there
tamed was well compensated for in to the curient events companies. This
the advantages which the towns people were not half that many deaths in ;'particular film supplies pic- Improvements have been in progress t .,!
any one month and half of those that company at the plant of the Kissimmee Ice
enjoyed of having an unuhually tures of current events to two of the
good season of entertainment.. One did die in this state were northernerswho most prominent of -ruch companies & Cold Storage Co. for some time and Let Ploof Show the ProofWe i
had come here when they wereon have just reached completion.A \
.
hundred pupils of the
public school supplying films of this character to .
their last legs. new storage room has been constructed -- \
admitted
were without charge, and the theaters 1-
:March will soon tie. here ,' giving capacity for the storage State the ,
the fact was demonstrated that a again. By employing this. method of pub- are Representetives for :: ,' :
You know as well an I do that it is of forty tons of ice and a much
thing chautauqua of annual course recurrence can be made if the a the', ugliest tempered month in the licity the the attractive name of places Kissimmee of the as town wellas larger capacity for the storage of BEST, in PUMPS GAS ENGINES ,w 4
) particularly in Ontario. The perishable products like meat, butte,
proper steps are taken to organize it. will be put before the people of manv '
J. W. Wideman, the official representative kindest thing any one can lo for himself I cities St. Petersburg tried this kind eggs and fruits. This room has a All Kinds Stationary and Marine
and his family is to pack up and thick cement floor which extends out
of of
the Alkahest Bureau advertising and got
come on down to Kissimmee. This satisfactory results from the front of the building and and i
which furnished the attractions, with it. Kissimmee be
in wan modern model town is located in the | may forms a solid platform upon which to
Kissimmee Saturday and witnessed I equally successful with it. The trial
the center of the healthiest section of all of cut ice and vend it to the public, being Engines Boilers Hoisting Engines ;
performance Saturday evening. it will be due to the enterprise of ,
.
America. of hundred in this
Upwards particular improvement
one a great -
lie expects to take later to I Manager Woodbeck, in event.
ganize a chautauqua steps association or- Canadians are here now and each is ,I any over the old arrangement. The and Carry a General Line of Supplies '
in enthusiastic over the climatic and roof of the shed in front of the build I
Kinshnmee. lie I THE STATE BANK for all
was encouraged by other conditions which exist here and_., ing has been raised to conform i in I Purposes i )
the manner in which the people had ;j-- OF FELLSMERE '
hereabout. height to the roof of the office room
|
responded to the to make i ia it '
attempt :1 Advise me when to expect andyou which has been erected on the : i
you uptown
success for this, the first of THE H. E. PLOOF MACHINE CO.
season President
it. will find upOn your arrival here 1 Charles II. Piffard Says side of the plant. This office ;, .
that all arrangements have been made That the Bank Will Be in Full will give General Manager W. 11. 20 OCEAN STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
4'ORMER 1 for your accommodation and that they Jones much better accommodationsthan
) GEORGIAN KNIGHTED Operation<<" by June 1. Local and Long Distance Phone. 4-16-tplS
will meet with your approval. I he has had heretofore, and whichhe +
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The knighting of Donald flarper, a Yours very truly deserves, for the affairs of the
former resident of Rome, Ga., by I A, W. LAW I j 1 I! The State Bank of Fellsmere has company have prospered under his .
President Poincare as one of the first Formerly of Toronto. I i been organized during the past two management. Mr. Jones has been

weeks the contract for the erectionof with the company nearly two years. !
- -. - - I I the building has been let notice of lie is capable and a hard worker and Long Distance -
is giving satisfaction. The plant hasa
I I the incorporation of the institution capacity of sixteen tons a day, and Advertising Phoneme
under the laws of Florida will soon be in the summer the consumption ,

I published, and the capital stock of amounts almost to the capacity. Mr.

Buying Orange $25,000 has been oversubscribed.The Jones doesn't think the present capac is saying the right thing '
. ity of the plant will be Ion gad equate
incerporators number about to the consumption if Kissimmee the
twenty, including Charles H. Piffard, keeps growing at the pace it has keptup I at right time

E.. Nelson Fell,' R. C. Conkling. I. G. for the past year or two. In fact, in the

Groves White, Fred W. Kettle, W. R. Reynolds he predicts that it will be necessaryto right way
increase the within
of Jackson, Mich., W. L. Davis capacity an
other year. A considerable amountof '< We make a specialty of planning, preparing ",.," t
and C. C. of Detroit Mich.
Quinlan ice is to towns. For ,
shipped nearby literature, and{ conducting campaigns for ''"::'') ro
IN OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY Victor J. Hadin, F. D. Baker, GeorgeF. the past two months the Kissimmee Land Companies,'Boards of Trade Municipalities {1''

Vickers, E. E. Thompson, WilliamL. plant has supplied St. Cloud, as the and Individuals. .
UNDER $1,000 PER ACRE has been of
there
Saunders factory out repair
Dreirer II. D. James A. -- ---
for that period. Three wagons are
h Just Like Martell, R. J. Dunham, G. M. Chambers kept busy for city delivery, and this

and 1C. Vickers.At branch of the service will have to be -ADVERTISERS.
BUYING GOLD DOLLARS AT A DISCOUNTWe a recent meeting of the gentlemen increased along with the manufacturing : '

interested the following officers department when the patronage
demands it. TAMPA FLORIDA I,
and directors were elected:

are offering tome tplend d Groves at just half of the above Charles A. Piffard, president.R. You ought to see the girl who so ,
Conklinp, first vice-president. daintily picks a bonbon from a fancy - I II
figure I (C. J. Hadin, second vice-president. box RO for fried liver and onions at lill I I I I I i inn I 1111 I mill I I I I I I I I I I I I I'I' I I I I I I I Ml I I
r the table, man.
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU R. I. James, cashier. A cat has young nine lives but a woman Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty
The directors include the president has thrice nine characters.
I and vice-presidents together with E.:

Nelson Fell and Fred W. Kettle. WHITE: T31 ONZE t

H. M. Breaker & Co. 1 I The bank building will be located on Is the most enduring : .

the northwest corner of Broadway and 'To the WestAND I L : 1 i"
made. Will not
get }
Colorado avenue, and will be of a

----- crack or crumble., Is more \
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and less expensive. :
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NorthwestVIA a LL1 Write me and I will call.

PRICES on AUTOMOBILE TIRES..... JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. a

mill iimiiii mill M MI linn 11 in i inn M

CUT SEMINOLE LIMITED -=-.. 'C


For SIXTY DAYS F' 1
I.v! Tampa. Fla A C.L 10 25 a m
1.K 1/.1 rn m..... Kla 1 00 p m
iDrlunilo., Fla.. 1 38 p In
Arr Jacksonville. ,"'Ia". 6 40 p m D.C. and
-.s Jacksonville Fla 9 00 p mViifiuHH. $29.65 Washington

\ To get the Consumer more fully acquainted with ,Lv,v \Tlflon. .HR..!
Arr Albany, L NASSAU TIRES the Factory has allowed us to make Arr AmerlcuH. <5a.. C \rof O. 8 R5 a m ,
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Arr Columbus. Qa. 6 IS a mArt A.'j'
opellka.) Ala.I 7 Ju a. in
the following prices for SIXTY DAYS.NASSAU Arr nirmlrnsham. Ala. 12 05 p m PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
Arr Jackson, Tenn. 1C. 7 46 p m

TIRES are guaranteed for 3500 miles and are at this time the only fully guaranteed tire, selling be Arr Arr Fulton'alro ,III Ky. "" 11 9 07 86 p p m m VIA .

low the Standard price. f Arr Carbondalo. III. 12 13 n
Arr St Louts. Mo. 7 20 a tm
NASSAU TIRES are built of the best fabric possible and high grade Para Rubber Wrapped Tread and are Arr rvntralla. Mo. 1 43 a ATLANTIC COAST LINE

t guaranteed for 3500 mile and we make any necessary. adjustments, here at home. Arr Arr Champaign Mattoon, 111 III. "" 3 4 30 38 a a m m

t Send as an order and you will use no other. Note the following prices for sixty days. Arr Kankakee, III. "" 6 20 a m ..
Arr Chicago 111. 7 60 a i n
Tires Tubes I Tires Tubes Tires Tubes Ticket Sold Feb. 28th Mar. 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Limit Mar.
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28x3 9.70 2:65: I 31x4 22.65 4.90 35x4 H 31.90 6.75 SOLI,) THHOUOII THAINS! '
30x3 11.15 2.85 32x4x 23.40 5.00 36x4 H 32.80 6.90 Composed of observation compartment Extension of Limit to April I Oth may be arranged.

30x3x 15.10 3.90 33x4x 24.30 5.20 37x4 V4 33.75 7.15 drawing room section ttlei.ping
31x3 V432x3 15.70 3.96 34x4 24.50 5.85 36x5 40.10 8.15 cars and free reclining stl i chair STEEL PULLMAN CARS DINING
Hx 16.25 4.15 35x4x 25.20 5.45 37x5 41.30 8.40 ....ts. between Jacksonville and Chicago. -
34x3x 17.65 4.30 36x4 26.00 5.60 Tires marked x are made in and Jacksonville and St. Louis. All y
80x4 21.75 4.75 34x4% 30.90 6.60 straight side.
meals In dining car. Parlor car Tampato
All roods are guaranteed__We ship C. O. D. the day order U receiyed. Any thing for the automobile. Jacksonville.For For information and reservations, call on

State Distributors for Swinehart Tires and Tubes. Will be pleased to have your order additional sleeping<<" Information car reservations communicatewith or any W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent. Kissimmee. Fla.


W'S WE 10 E. Ouval St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Y. R. Beazley J. G.
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e : i. I..teIAJL ,. nary'A. ". \\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY" GAZETTE,. FEBRUARY 28, '1913C

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Bird, which_does nof harm .Jn the-world Why are there no meat marketi.,

\ \. : The Concentration and lives'ent1y on insects} why at the North ,Pole IBecause

,', 1 be Cough.Cold
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,- ,' =' : ,. '_ ? Labor,, by Flondalaw! ?" Nat
'Capitalsand
'Tn Sore Throat

'II11 RI RESOLUTIONS(; OF RESPECT
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. Whereas i has pleased our dear
Father in Hid infinite wisdom Sloan's Liniment gives
?In this our capital la ever punishment they are too modernin Heavenly
age
this earth to a better relief colliolU'scDe I
\ :, to call train quick for cough, ,
to form close'relation with their ideas to do so. beloved brother, Mal-
j. home, our dear 8, sore throat, f
capital, making combinations in The trust principle of concentrationof colm N. Oveisttect who departed this croup, asthma, hay fever r

. _ouur industries, from business/ J cutting down the num- life Sunday etching, Feb 9th 1913;, and bronchitis.
:--- -T eF"df 5XecTItfvB- therefore be )it.'resolved: that the Shingle j
) :to soap making. > offieetisgoodsoundlogic .
HERE'S PROOF. ,
I Creek Church has lost a truly-good
i Capital goes on the principle "))11i but the manner of freezing/ out, consistent member, one that let MB.A taint?.\. Pradonla,
iyer bit....'
i| Unity There' is Strength," and by killing the."mall manufacturer and his light'shinelfoi1/ the good of others Rqn.,lu writes tht family t VX o and WHO find it.an Uulaiiiut ax. *-.

forming. combinations capital, common producer is dia ,olicul. and that the Bunday school has! lost culletnt reliuf torould. and hny" fever
who attack. 1 1 at"!'. aua *.._ 710
omiuhtiig
I and skilled labor,' also] executive Out of harm. sometimes /good' ",c- an ever faithful superintendent, lug uliiiwt Uuo1&u1J1./ -a

While Clover Flour 1 labor being centralized waves' in the crues. A. great many civic governments was beloved by all because of his ever I
welcome 'smile luvl extended hand to i

Makes delightful bread, light. I' production and the supervision of certain are adopting the c commission' all I that eume' in contact with him; be I SLOAN.SLINIMENT they never had a cook

fl.ikcy biscuits; delicious rojts; articles, therefore thtough these foil of gox'11/'mm nt, thereby curtailing it further i evolved that \xe cherish! his there!

< crisp, diiuty, pastry and the combinations contiolling markets the number and ('onq'nll'atin/<| ( the (hiistian Mitue-s and revere his mem-
ino ;| sitislulory lor cakes. or\, Heit iiNo 11 solved that we ,'x- .
in certain lines of goods which these powers of the elective' ofliiiK-making =
tend I to I hi- I'l'ieiixe-iJ 1 wife and family
CLOVER FLOUR, combinations, or- trusts I ic-piese-nt /;\ the eX'I'uti'1'1'1'] i unibci ..m" "f profound
this t a--uiiinu' our flym-; Ladies
costs"no more linn IIi e oilier1 I liana) n busiiiis stiindpoint far electing nH'11ho have studied political ] pathy 'in this linn of their bereuvoinc'iit ,
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kind. and is intinitily
11 I:KI I those who are inside, the trust 1 com economy, and nun who carry that while xxi know his d 'par. RELIEVED SORE THROAT. \\e have
i, tare front this lifi, ,is Hiaxen's IlIin. Mn"*. t.. nnxwraofModetlnPie., Just Been Thinking
I Dully :;u.mnlccJ lunation piineiplc is good, but for \'lIdwl' for what\ they !\1I0\\'. I.. 1i
that Is wrlton: I iMini t one ?ttlo of y"ur1.lulm..nt
Ins beloved it
YOUR GROCER IliS IT"TITLE those\ ith limited capital xxluicith As a cit' population] glows, necessitating a\\great i assume I loss to-the c'hurdl ones und Sunday ,' the world ami My Ind thr..it lit the all woe th"Il""lln vi rauru.. WhutI Hungry World 't Would

NIN3ULAA NAVjt to in a 1111 facto re and endiaxoi to eompete moH' muniiipal mvpioxcmcnts ' '- school and to the entilecommunitj,. sail it cured nia of luy troublu"

o6y 1roQrJCP .. xxith the tiust and for (lie con- and;' nion" muniiipal piopiitxto H,' it still fun Im",' :'e.",olxed that we U" "

Mi mi'I I"in |(!annulI! the trusts aie a di,t- look aftii it means nil))'" time' in- xxfll 'lIt.1 i tin-i resolutions on the GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. { k
of the' church also\ the min- Mn NX' II. "STHAS.IU, .IT-'I Elm.,1Avrn"
fluent' as I the) stifle indix idunbt) in xolved mole publi.' siixiuii'ni( '. "icioicl- .,, CliliHiin\ 111 w rites: ",1 IIt- were
aA $ iitc-s of tin1 ,C sundav school l and also\ lie .li.y lu-il [ t 11niland folio up prices on staple] Ilwl'l'fol' those' "n mil i'inn:: tills s 1.'u 1 fiiim-h a copy| for the family of deI I the niotlu ..Sloioi,. 1.it Hum,t I. try

1 und Other'i nil lules as they lit. should! In .ind, ,iiniidinthill She gave lilui tin' ill pH *>n sugar
see paid'; paid i . and also a copy of I \tft.>n' (Il It, ,,: 1" ,IM"d I, nn,1 lio. K''.t up '
The supply] in many instance's not Inlit\\,, 'I"y should be" pi)1) >!n. s.uii' to ,the HissininiiM1 papeis with Uliiiut I bo i"i"u|> lu thu iiiuriiiii|{." 'I rant purled

-atisfxmg l the, demand because ('11 1'- >('ixnils n'i'iix ing a staled) salary the request| that they be published, By I Iod"'I' Price, 25c.f ffOot$'..00I

icy r pgENr tail<,d 1 at the will of the trusts lo enable front tin publu which they siixi ,, i of unimittee. I I I'ar Beyond the Northern Sea!
\:Mi-. (d;. I.. Hionsoil,
them to force" up puces I i'xx' /men 1,111 :,itfoiil' . to sr1'tr i giatls(, Mi-/ (li i. B. Woodall, I I1 sloan'd

i Our pc-ople arc 11'ust-i'idden and onaiitx"oiini.il, and if tin x- (.ouldthe )11s..l/('nnic Uohh, i y,1. Trcallxe i \Vhat would you do for dinner

have been until very lately asleep] t te- age of plogiession/ lA upon us, and xxemid '' :3irs.'nnie I K:, Anderson.TIl1)DINOCR.1UY I I onHorse

ganllllgtlwil' lights; now they haH'aWllk..n",1 m<'n who hate stuiliid. rite af- sent free.I .
i : :: ori 1IE.1'1IIII
they find it hard to get rid fan and \\lm-t alulitx is axailuble i{| I- TomorrowRULL
i tin denioiiacv of i the mud all AddrewDr.
10=2l of the incubus* which they are sulfc'iing '- at a tlpulnll'dalaIY<] I .
( at least ('quill. Theme .
H1ylan | 1i I'III'nltl'l'
uiuki and which is piessing( dew n I Thl'I'.fol" lit! us haxi, a ne\x city 1
mank'nor standing nor prbrogstns S.rl S. Sloan
upon' their lixcs and intqcn(1rnce asa i'hUl"f"r" K i--.muni' '"i'x aut hoi'i/ing
j in tin republic of the )giaxe \t /1 BwtoqM. BASS
free people the iliition! ol Ji niixol; who will alsoIn ]
>> | thi- fatal ihiesholi) tin pliilo-oplii' ',iI ....
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Hi\e'iniiient( in\'estig-ation, in other Ili- iitx' tll'u-lIr"I'lIlId chairman' of MARKETI
'j t to In- and tin' of thepoet
ii'a i-i i\i- 'i>ng
__x\c>ids3hc l people', so fu is (they anable a I 1:0".1: i i l of; ( 'OIllIl'I'nll"l'; i 'on"i"tll1g' of I I
,"i- -urnt., Ihxi-' iilifcipii-hi- hii ,- J
are mxe'stig iting the inxxanl niachineiy 'tau nun I'iMiKbnnstlf, one tin iitiniriiiii \ I .
/ i,nlioT, ' I 1.i .,n uh. i mg-. I 1'1"
GUARANTY of the tiusts. lit uhope>, to oho sh.ill also )10. the l">uild- :
| I.l i m-1' .1' r i ;.h I, a- tin 11! ,In.-I I in I IIhr
;r out ultimate' adx as a nation and imtai\ \' and plumbing uispec-' I
( i ml Plan, ipo' 'n, i- T the |"'a'ipi' 'iHi
COMPANY Il I i lists t an not innliiiiil I lu lugei m tin m. IIi.4m11mbr\ i minagei of the t.11'1'11'1..1
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n i'i! lot I ld-i In' n-iix, aiul l tin
it us and largo i oinniiinil-, hut xxean Relit, and \\aUi" plant also] buyer i for, I 'DANCING CLASSES
dehun.t., 'I.d, ( of h""- obllgmuun'I'h'vr ; i
' ni.il>bb i cinilnn} itions ill small the t iitx supplies| |)] ., both of the of ficVl i'st I | / under, dnection of
Guarantee (he Till lo lands, I tin. |1'/11.1'/ ,..I in" in :n i ,.n,I..' I 1'1' /
loxxns as well. >u the t d..t 11 I inn lit I of t II In> under tin of
t i i guidance the ma) ol.j I lall.j II I ul'' ll'l. I 1'"II,' Us 1.1i MUS: ( ,I I. I WOODBECK
Prl'part'H1'rdl3nlublt': Ab, d u'ti'I 'till. ".rt'la"I h1,- 1"1-! .
their I d..u.1"1'111"111' uxl Injury! to nun xx I 1.0 shall hove a general I .uper\151(01, I ,, tl" : ., atFIIIKMIN'5
I
Lori,
.. .. . t (1 1 i I tl and 'tr
,
tin nl' Th i
o I cup i i .1 i plra.un n
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Hlrncls of lille In limber and ot mall mi';in,,-, \\iio' n I I". \ ttiuiii .11iiii 0' "I'I all the\ ills' affans, butlIld..d/ aids. tli ,it t f' if :: HALLMonilax
. un t r",1 1" ''i\ol \ou
1I t d! i I""( \' -i ,uii. ;aid I f 11 or IIi 1:
Colonization 'I' piutiition fpm mom' '\ mxi'tedwould stmtlx I bx tilt charter' and mill, I .
rat Is anywhere city , , \"" ,1.1 I 1 |1'1.1.h i I i r. \ ? i r "a"1| t In a(1.11r. ,
) I ,i ,I' 1- : Mini" ,' ,?? ,"i;(nt' I t tall !lltna' : I LM: 'mugs' 7:10101.00:: ) \
indli ml] IIi.genelII
a xvciklx pay' to elilr.i and hi- and tilt othi' ,
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fi i j ul't 'the I Im, horn ohtaimil "
in Florida. s Mini min VK ui Him 1,1\!
011I-1 I HI 7flO:() ) to Matt; i iI
nl Ilu. I 1.-1 t i i nil; in r i 1,11,1) d: 'V') lii
,f', nil'antage ( oniniuiut\ missioni i s bl) n.g under bond, all Ii II : t tin> s...,,1 |f"r tl-. omUul" ,' drflan-|
tin Irsuli, > inI if 1''N'il' t : ', '.tangI 'Hilldl0" "nil I ssnNs i'II TY FNTS! K AC'II I
\ oflutls to bi li\ th.
appointid "om strain! 'w n l fnin "" tin KI i' "miin' '<' 'pun;,-
'J I hos<' handling; I flu. tiusts in t tin l day missionnxone. I. I ii i -: i i' ',puot..d I t, th. I'livaU niHlrut"' ''1 if desired at
1-; MI, M";"mi Ix', I th.t (tei;; 1111"111 i S.t.d \
of judgment lamot flue 'I n, ,i,) nl t.a" ,- n I'uti'il. the uiuiual| \ PH| 'i"nil ratt-H.
Titles to Lots ( parry any A who dues not agiii( \\ iththis , Plant < 'niim'),Timmy, ::y!<;, :!I'Y maul, :\\.tCI!
City) Earth with them thin ill gotten ill, iibiitiini, n': "xi':ilth. honor, rap.U| tty,
:- "suggestions" is at perfect Itb.I'l'ty South Main' tree I Los Angels, ( 'all I
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'and ,x\h.iJi) makes li J
pli'ii-iin' '''ppumlui.ity' '
'f! EXAMINED in\ Ut"I'i if they' wealthy
PROMPTLY. gainno( are to criticize them al thy same funusl I-'" thu nilenie
torn <.o/
{ sn> in i
.. lifi, so duel and inexplicably' iiasnin -
,, enough to -k ss a solid! gold], loffin time bringing forward thosehiib he
' our lili", u <' f< 11 sine that this
the nalni of death 1 he' __
and.! the' good Lord fOI'gathel11 then stiongistthi'le \1k 8. t+ 4. lL 4kfk rti d'.
lonsideis belter
1" hitno 'I ipninaix'. .end trio pall would also/ luirush a /good 1..m'l
ins, .St; Peter would bar the way to- Gentlemen; the is I I I' < M.
city press opento ,xiaki-t( iniil- no di I -f: use-. The I of useful information about malxp I TILLER fr
; LEWIS O'lilUAN, Manager, ids' tin p'ally| gates as, 'naked it il' to but let. :
"'' I you as i iiv, us get nnghtic-t i 'ij' KiHMminee Office. the tame into the world, and nakedthcx \
) way on and forward any movement MixiniiMi! ail\ci-aix xx ho dl-arm, ,lutending plantiis to ask I Real Estate Agency.

I Aold hall go coffin out of might it. possibly be huh will be a more progressive form iliK.<.. th') xuloi! anil.. t tin 'al1'1".lwd. the fatted\ :Stattv (;oVprl1m..llt, |)eJiiitmint I 9 ................................ .,
( of civic than have
government we at -John J. IngallsI ) of Agrlcultmiret) foi their
used I down below as a detrimental then be able to hold 4 Realty bought and sold. It
present, we may bulletin', lallid "I 1: nalxptus in' I lornia

I Head Office: Hi.sbee Building, I winding. shell, but I doubt If trust; after XM- have ;attracted desirable I :I (',\l 1.'ITS! 'I'Itlia.: Vim v truly yours(
Jacksonville, Fla.; Branches: magnates believe in an everlasting migration. i.m-I Kissimnie-e. Fla., I F..I. 9O!( 191:1.: :! Iliinti I and (iimpanx, ', 4 j Taxes paid and Titles ver- It

Kissimmee, Fla, Fort Myers, Kb lrnnl('''' Pulley" Gazette<; Ki-sim, I B! P, I F Hunter I M ified for non-residents.
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.;,, Fla., Arcadia, Fla. i I mee, I-'la., ---- jj Fire, Life and Accident Insurance -
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-. 1 The Robin and theStrawberry j I (.I'nt"'JII"IIV" have had a /great Never tell a girl that you are not '* r

many letters recently from all over wofthx. of h'r-fh knows that you : <<1 Indemnity Bonds.SfTV .
are
the United States and more particularly I ..f vr''' F'flr_'V' w _..,..

Grower from people in and about Kis-

t" PURE simmee. requesting information as to 44fi4044 + 4440404 + 4 + I

BRED POULTRY where Eucalyptus seed could be ob-- 4 4

By DR. W. F. BLACKMAN, President of the Florida Audubon.Society Have, just received an early > DR., W M HARPEROSTIECDPATH

It is that the I II ----I I4 I showing of New Spring Hats > .!
Breeders of highest type Black hoped incoming Legislature I ries for a livelihood and I ram glad to

i Minorca! White Leghorns, Cornish of the State of Florida will I have the birds in my field I es- -11.111111111.111.1.5'. . -> which we cordially invite'the >
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i;, Game White Orpingtons, R. I. Reds, J; pass several laws for the further protection peeiallj love the mockingbirds, for .. ? ladies 'to inspect Our regular *9> ,

; Japanese Silkies White Muscovy and of the birds, especially those with --- <> Spring Opening will occur about **> STECIALIST IN
they
| stay us and their
.j Mallard raise CHRONIC DI! EASES
Ducks. High class breeding -- I :>
-- C" March
YOU 1st watch for it. >
NEKD ;
i stock; Day old Chicks; .I which are of use to agriculturists and young and eat Insects the year round; r > *
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i '$ respondence solicited. Everything I horticulturist! whole they are very destructive andxxasteful -: OUR -- 44.)4944444 + 44444 + 4 + CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE
; BRICK CATALOG if =
absolutely guaranteed as represented The effort will be made to removethe with my early hijh-priced/ your 4 O
or money refunded. (MI* i. kvU.Vt HANDLE K/SS/MMETC FLA
I robin from the list /ame-birds fruit, each bird ruining many berries -- TilE 4 TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS. SATURDAYS

THE OAKS POULTRY FARM which may be shot, and afford him the every day by picking a hole in one a.i- EVERY KIND OK BRICKUrr n-- > ELITE: MILLINEin STII) : 4 Off CE,, CENTRAL HOTEL
im.ll lm ; SHIPMENTS ANY Mrs: Farmer's Old .
.,; NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA protection which nearly all the statesof and then another, never eating the r. WHERE. --- Stand .-C. i'

2-lSt the Union already extend to him whole fruit, I cheerfully let them have --- 444444x- 444 44 + fi44444 PHONE Jea - ORLANDO FLA.

It is !nol thought that there will be their way unharmed. ( oiia GET OCR 'PRICES FIKKTASI == 9-2tpd

much objection to this measure on the The mOl'kinbird/ and the robin are __ > SAVE MONKYA. ==
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pa-rfbf the sportsman! as the robin is the only fruit-eating birds in this Illilil0 -

l of relatively little value as a game section. C. CONYKHSIf == I
For Reliable

;, Bakery,. and food bird; the only serious oppo- The robin is a migratory/ bird, only ir 4'HKItk, I HAVR IT = TATE BANK; OF kMSSIMMEE

sition is coming from the growers of ,coming to Florida in the cold season -- 411 D..I HM*. J.cli|*>vlll>.H.. r. 1
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Products, go; to I strawberries. and remaining a short period. Its -- -- Oldest Bank in Osceola
County
It should be remembered that Sec- I
food is --.
largely gall-beineK It is

; J. H. Reed's tion 2759 of the general statutes of generally found in flocks! of which -.1., AiIi1iIIr1u--. Depository For

Florida permits the destruction of some are very large, often containing I i 1 i \1'1111 si\ris: i.cix 1:NMIOM: i-eisi\i. s\ii\c.!' FUNDS

HomeBakery protected birds by the owners of gardens as many as five hundred birds, scattered - - HI',V"'I'12 01' F Ollll\.

and fruit farms, whenever the 'OI'liT": OK OSC I':OI.A (111 OK KliIt'tIMMEIC.Capilal .
over several acres of ground; :
birds are committing depredationsupon The Florida [Everglades :
they doubtless destroy many insects ; Stock Fully Paid _______50000.00
their crops; this law will remain, I Surplus
and will ] The question arises, howcvejr, whatis J. O. \\ 30.000.00
apply to robins as to all other By 'rijtht.If Stockholders'
a man in my position to do when Liability 50000.00

birds, in case tht> proposed law is a flock of robins take to his berry- you wish to know the truth about ;| Depositors Security -----_--_____--______-- -______$130,000.00

pushed field If permitted to do the Kxciglades; their present rondi I Ituin I INTEREST
F.S so, they ] PAID IN SAVINGS
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get accipx'
would destroy berry from bloom I SAFETY
every DEPOSIT BOXES FOR
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great value of the robin as an insect- of :\laJol''iji'ht's, bookI'rire1 I .
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to ripe fruit in a few days. I have I

r Get the HabitI eating bird, we appeal to the growersof in !several instances had to employ ;, by Mail 75c.Adre's1' :> ,I A. Carson Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B. Carson,
strawberries, as well\ as to all other 1'realdent. vice )sldcnt. 2nd Vice ITist
two or three boys with guns, and I AIM'LEYHI. CuhlarR. 1
I citizens of Florida, to favor the putting ,
station them in different parts of the ': Mute Primer, Tallahassee, Fla.
Honda in line with other
l Boone's Straight I com- field, to keep the robins scared : 9-4t I ..
Iy3I4 monwealths in protecting this !beautiful away j II I :;
and valuable bird by shooting among them. They seem II I

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( _- - The Cigar with the Real Taste brey Smith, an extensive and buccessTuT once get a taste of it, and it is very '
-- -- difficult to keep them out. However '
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grower or strawberries; 'at Orlando *-
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Look for Union Label.Sprigg they general remain only two or S.
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once, just as they came. .
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; KODAKS and SUPPLIES Get our prices on '
REPAIRINGLeave should be a proviso permitting farmers .
Fresh stock of (UroccrieH, good trade

word- 8t tny bouse and clothes k t and DE.VIIOPIN(1 HRINTSNOIIICM when and they horticulturists are found to destroy them an elegant residence all located in one HAY ,GRAIN FEED
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-- .1 I 1 grew'scarcer and -had to be bought at a dearer price, would it be just to the An Editor's 'View oftheValle :

The Kissimmee Valley Csazette, I' consumer to tax him with the burden of equalizing'the cost) I
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.-' .. . _. The great citrus fruil industry ;js not dependent upon' a protective tariff Gazette's
PUBLISHED EVERY WRIDA'. OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING' for its success.Yren if William Chase Temple does say so, seconded by the Orange i. l,

N' fclSSIMMEE.: OSCEOLA COU'N'TY, FLORIDA. i County Citizen. r I
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-;.... "- ';: '" :r.=" ,! An'honest revision of the tariff with an honest revision.of transportation I

3 ,W n.. U ltJUS, Publisher. t"l l. REESE: .. .J:ditorJ [states, considered together would be much wiser than contending<<; for a tariff I O. J.: 1LnN'JN: WEST' PALM\ BEACH TROPICAL: SUN. J '

==;==-::.>: .:- . - .. : "...- _------::.. .._--. I not' sanctioned by the party that will revise the tariff dutiesTHIS ForItomt--yearahe'sommiaaipnere: 1y- discussing! Florida a:> seen thru :' 1

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono copy on.- year __.._. .. ._. ,___________f'-6 i - -*; .. _- of Osceola county have paid for a the pages the Gazcllor7 ":
One copy, si. xmonthn u_____."._ .75 one copy. three -monlhu. __.--- .40... i number of subscriptions to the Kls- As is evident from this article, the
.. . ..- --- '" ,- simmee Valley Gazette and the Os- writer is now in the land of .
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= "- -- must hrelgned oJ STATE DOES NOT LICENSE GAMBLING JOINTS-FAILURE I ceola Journal, which have been sent shine; and the doctor would Have been "i ,
All communlcntlong. uxc< pt from our' nii1liorlrd corrvapnn.enla broad.cast over the United States, with him, but he decided to wait tiH .r ,
l>y. the writer.Rejected ", .. ENFORCE THE LAW ACCOUNTS FOR THE EXISTENCEOF the object
TO. being' to secure for the his l.oy had finished school. It was a .
1w nturiKil I UIIIH| rolled for. '
will not
matter CLUB AT PALM BEACH.A county the best and cheapest adver- fatal delay, for the last word received ". 11,

i ; aluxx'uu.ll; 11111:1' tisement possible. I some months ago was, that his health
KriU-rt-d the piiHtolTIri In Klsmmiinrii.mii. 1M wnanl- That the plan was it rood one and always delicate, had completely broken -
very interesting story appealed in a recent issue of Collier's Weekly has worked well is evident from the down; and he was not expected to

FHI nnm In Utl 2". Pita.) : il' was a story of Palm Beach the fashionable resort on the East Coast. rapid growth of the county. The last more than a few days'Sher
1 he utter had been there and he vviote. from first hand observation.' He census of 11)10 showed that the population the Gazette; was the first )Florida
hud almost doubled! since the /paper we had the pleasure of reading -
pictuied the life at Palm Beach just as the visitor sees it. From the lime/ he previous iMiumerution and there isoscry \naturally welcome it

....-.-.-.-.-.......-,...-.-....-.-......:.................. . '. .......;..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,. arrived at the- Royal Pomciana in the evening and went thiough\: the long reason to IK-I it-re; that the increase desk : and not a little surprise to was our
'j' funnel-like comdor to leach the main olfice his word etchings wet true to lile. since 11)10) (I has l>ccn more occasioned as the last issue disclosed

EDITORIALJOE :: But when he entered the icalm of( suimisc and conjecture he got badly twisted. rapid the last few years being those the a-tonishinjr: uctiu. of the <)seco>a
::: i in which the work of the papers' has county commissioners, who are de rive
He listed Palm Beach as a firM class gambling resort. He put it up a .been. in result'-. in the =
bringing community of its best '
.+i'-..-...,.....,....-..-.............-...... ."...................................,......'..+ notch ahead of Monte Carlo (for he said 'the roulette wheels at the Beach Club} Value of land in It!IOO()() was $1J,120.:! r medium by discontinuing advertiMiitf -ir Qtly.
HUGH REESE r had twocios wlierc< the ,wheels at :Monte Carlo had only one zero. Persons In tall! ] it had inuile a jump to $1- subscriptions' to the papers of thy.*

'"I", ale lamiliar with roulette piobablv I..nowhat this; diffeience makes. !iiT-.hK.'i; and of course it is still going town.
In 1HOU.! the total value of all The
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The average poison Mill not be able} to make much distinction between single fan ,propertyils, $1,2513110(:! :!!< In some time past, these papers have not
I THE CITRUS FRUIT INDUSTRY SHOULD NOT LOOK TO THE I and double} /eio. It may be that the player has no chance to win at :Monte Will it had sprung to $2. lfiHi.j.( ( Ito :shown the zeal formerly displayed in

TARIFF FOR SALVATION Carlo and at Palm Beach he has twice as little. evidently away ,past the three nlll.hOll' advertising
Collier's respondent says the gambling at the Beach Club is the happiest figure now. It i is gratifying to observe, however,
Without/ doubt hundreds thou- that the Kissimmce Board of
The Oiange County Cili/en I iso ilevuted \Villi.ini Chase Temple pies- gambling\,: the world (for the gambler \gambles,: with absolute security. He' 'an.Iha,,- had :tln-ii ip-" :yes tinned: l .in fully conscious, of the inestimablevalue Trade is

dent of( the Citrus I xcliatiHe, !that it i.in'l Miflci I the alky Gazette lo warn need have no (fear ol a flock ol blue mats bieaking in Upon his play and dis-, this.-direction by the weekly: visits of ; of the ,newspaper- advertising to

the members of the Exchange: and the (people thai a serious party mistake is tinbing; him/ at the most interesting moment. I Here! again the writer was coriccl. I there' papers. Not only have settlersbeundiawn the' community and is rallying to the

being made in attempting\ olil.un .1 piolcclivc l.infl for citrus frUIts. The \gamblers,: } al Palm Beach have no (fear ol the blue coats; Palm to Osceolu coounty; but support, of the papers. The efficiencyof
Beach has the accommodating lot of blue coals that (rocked such other districts have also been benefited. the plan of advertising the country,
The Valley ia/etle Ins I"t'IOU'Iv asserted! ,aid does now reiterate that most ever t which has been used in the past by theoci'ola
it is inconsistent I (for Demon contend! lot a pioleclive )anti on cilius unfaithful minions of the law. The wutei goes on then lo tell why il is that Less than three years ago the editor ,, r roiiimi-sioiK-i hl''l': "ynldn -

fruit or anything else/ when the Dctnorialic early made the I issue against! theie I is no fear of the lass and here he falls into error the Beach Club he (of thus: paper' was living in a country opinion-" all o\n th.' lale: having

protection in the laM 1 campaign and won on tliat iue. explains, is licensed by the State. He gives the impiession and thai il i I' becauselie 10\\ 11. l'ok-ta, in northern Illinois.A brrn! warmly commended during the
physician. I Ir) Win. Patch,
was receiviiiff pii'tummer t by the Jacksonville
The alley Gazette contendthat it is inconsistent (for Florida Democrats \got,: the impression that the Slate ol Florida counlena"nce. and approves tl"I Ki.-siiiini (Gazette! ; and T'I1t'' .UnlOn and other prominent

lo stand for a protective taiiff "ii her piodurU'aml then expect the Democrats 'Ihe Beach Club and its \gambling.,: Published in a magazine of national cir many: a day, while the wind was papers.

of other slates lo -ul 1>mil I lo a I edu, lIOn ol the larill on their pioducls. culation it puts the Stale of Florida in bad odor. howling and piling the snow in huge The excuse" trial the papers have
The Valley Gazette has not "slammed" the Cilius Exchange or its The newspapers of Florida should do vvhal they can to offset this libel.\ drifts II. ross the road, a number of > t'I: .1 to .boost I thi- ii I niiniiiiity will not
president could be ,
u' seen in the good) doctor'soffice. 1'''' -- with of their unliiusedrenders.
; its utterances have heen pailiamcnlary. Tins paper has been much more The Slate does not license or countenance gambling. The Beach Club exists I scaled around the stove, Iou -i- any

fair and considerate in its treatment of( this subject than the Orange County Cit through the inertia or corruption of( the police officers( of( Palm Beach County. .

izen has !been. Thai paper quoted born the record in an attempt to make the the I Florida East Coast railroad owned by that great and good man Henry --- - --- --

Valley Gazette appear unfair( and failed lo establish its point by (the words of M.\ Flagler has dominated the politics ol the East Coast for many years. It illS SlUE: LINK.: with a !profound bow and an air of

William Chase Temple and failing to do so then did so wantonly by making an 1 is known in Palm Beach and Dade counties thai the railroad elects (or controls The Chicago Kecord-Herald quotes linalilv"The; :
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assertion which was nol founded upon the record or the truth. or purchases immunity from) the sheriffs of those counties for there'sa this illlilogue"Aie Mr (Left'sit.lm' even when I he /Is entirely

In its last issue the Orange County Citizen had a scream from which Ihe gambling; club at Miami also connected with the Flagler hotel there. I hat'you j iv m\ Iii nr." wigun I "

following/ is taken "Thai far (maintaining/ the tanflve) stand with the .1 1 he writer in Collier's Weeklv doe' not dwell ti pon'the ]beauties of Palm n'ii' uiu? I li-; iln-il I II V\\( Florida delegation and firmly believe/ that should be applauded (and not Beach IIle"t he finds that Palm! Beach is Palm Beach because of the}, I,, ''n, v c of Viigima, and at Heidi-berg, Sen.i-

discouraged or "lammed'y) \ every paper claiming to stand fur the Democratic Beach Club. llie I Beai, ChHi i.s Palm" Beach, according lo his cntical al'IHalenlt'nl. .The, : iloi tui" prntiiiijiii ."! him dead toi) 11/' '''W' il< I'itv.,lamwhose I Ml-- delights home' to is, referto near
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rights of the people. However v\e do draw the line al the mOle recent utter and the Beach Clubjis I the Beach Club because of its well regulated "I 1 have HIM t ;rl 1 that he left his him-elf' a- "simple.. countryman"Hi

ances of the Citrus Exchange officials (and we do not know v\ho is responsible) and exclusive gambling. /ibody can gamble' there who cannot afford! li> ue f..itm..' ,t., ,iml.h 1, institutionwhat , ,, wafen.ing with Senator Lodge, -

for voicing the Exchange members ready to leave the Democratic party incase gamble hence it I is \good,: u pjm\ny.\ ;. sanctioned bv the Slate, and is lun'l'quenlly| "\\.11, about It" Aie" '\oi .1 of Miissni' hiisetts, one day in the Senate -
the tariff citrus fruits not maintained. We believe the method all ) '*' re)0rti.i-' If you ate I do",1., lube i\el theproposed! reduction, ofcome
on is (proper ughX.'hrch\: I. ril.n. ." ", g'spuuuenl salaiies.. at Ioton"Of !
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to be for positive action within the lines for suitable adjustment of the que.llonand leads to the conclusion : \Vas the law against gambling (framed "\ IId'a. ,' fllow. I am not ( ) rour-c. I IlIbII'dllf..r. with t the
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think it can be done. The floundering ol the committee in trying to secures to apply lo a ceitain class of! individuals! or was it intended to apply( lo ALL I am a l.myvr I t thoughtyou Senator, fn, >"m, Maachuettwith

s equitable adjustment is not to be wondered at. although every industry and olfendcrsJ( 1 Is it a lass or a niece reKulation 1 Is an officer/ ol the law given any might! hose some will. breaking gleat! )he m itiom",; ., he -iudinto mm k
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every section should be glHI/1 a very thorough and respectful( hearing since the discrimination in executing\,: the law or I is he \bound to do his duty without! in I be, dour' I am an esin-rt \\ illbnaki'i. di'fen-iK" "I""" tl'i-.., burliness' nul only |but.liei'au-e 1>" 11""f of our-

right of petition is the very (foundation of the constitution of( a free people. fear or f favor? I Is an olficer's oath binding or not and for what doc he givea "I 1 don't i. want of uncle's his.. gineial' intelletual superiority". '

If the Valley Gazelle has any better brand of( Democracy than this let it trot bond if not (for the laitlilul perloimaixe of( the duties of( his office/ ? What I mom I I 'I \ :Siiic: he, in any,, i; l'i, '111" ?d inv|<> rut miilf < ..

it out." is the duty of a sheriff in whose county a notorious gambling house is located ? without a il.illar I am pifectlywilling II iit\('It N1II S (OltUI.KU rt.J
I Commenting briefly on the above extract the Valley Ga/elte has lo add These ale (peitment questions, are they not ? Will the sheriffs of Palm : 'tntoik, fur my living." .
be the of( the and Dade counties do their ? "IViniit 1 m<- to hard: ".fll riy card.: Angrily the woman walked across
only that there seems to some disagreement on part Orange Beach proceed now to duty ; .
I I' .1, t he> \i-i i s\ i-h 'In tiy you for the door while thehoemaker listened)
i County Citizen with the policy of the Citrus Exchange conducted by They will not. i "
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William Chase It should be remembered thai the said Mr. Temple ? have to I.ei 1/1" '-i"-iil I leadav; the New01k
d Temple. Why krill :a mini" i of ira/v peoplenjt ,
got his business training with Carnegie and Frick and others of the steel trust .:. of t tin. a \ lii-n > 1 I ,inn
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whose wealth was built op through protection and it is not strange that he -
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should come to Florida and attempt lo disrupt the Democratic party if the pro LABOR IN THE CABINET-A FIGHT WON WHICH HAS BEEN A MISSISSIPPI dll\ me < ra/.y Will you give me my

-: tective principle is not ingrafted upon the parly in this Stale to suit him. I LONG TIME ON THE WAY. I Senalti| John Sharp Williams, ofMisi.Mppi. money' l back ?"
'Replying to the last sentence quoted from the Orange County Citizen the : ') 1. had a sharp tilt one day "I'm aftaid; I can't do that" he replied -
M with a (Uepulilicun antagonist in theSenate , "but I'll tel) what I will do.
Gazette has better brand of Democracy than the Citizen's at time. yu
on tap a any President Wilson will KaveThS largest Cabinet in the history of the country says the !Detroit Kree Press. I wIll take one of those: shoes back
the same being,a'simple consistency with the principles of the party made clear I At the end f a long argument by his and
(for he wil! have ten cabinet ministers. Department of Labor has been I I, tnou another that will squeak
through many,campaigns tariff levied for revenue only to meet t .. xpenses created! and there will be a head for department to be selected by the I opponent the Mississippian replied, in tune with.the one you have )dt."

i of government economically administered. The Democratic party has never President. ---'-------.,._ -- .. .-- - . .-.- ,'.. .----... .
stood for protection such as that which is being asked for by William Chase --- ---- -
i The cause of Labor should be represented in the Cabinet. The advan- .' .
Temple supported by the Orange County Citizen.
j (ages of having a friend at court are numerous. In a democratic or republican I
Let it be remembered that Mr. Temple is not only asking for a retentionof
government it may be cause (for wonder that this position was not created
the tariff as fixed.and fostered by the Republicans but he wants ten cents
many years ago. That jt hat not been done before in spite of( the effort that'
per box more, which would make a total of( ninety cents a box on oranges I Spring Millinery
has been made for establishment upo'n
reflection
its boasted
rule
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which the consumer has to pay. In short the tariff would amount to almost
1 the people. I
X y as much as the growers get for their fruit. President Wilson will be
The tariff and the transportation rates keep Florida citrus fruits limited, j inaugurated Tuesday. Samuel Blythe predicts OpeningFRIDAY
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may a pretty good
to a restricted market whereas a readjustment of the tariff and the transportation -
but it remains to be President. Taft
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seen. went into with a great
oppor-
broader I
rates would create greater demand readier market, distribution
' larger consumption all operating to the advantage of the grower and to the tunity unfolded before him and he had the support of the people, too. The :l MARCH 7, FROM 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
[ general impression is I that President Taft failed to make good his opportunity. ''
+ betterment of the industry.The I
principle of protection is wrong. The axiom of making a tariff to President Wilson goes in also with a great opportunity ; he has a most difficult .I Beautiful showing of hats (from Chicago the home of
task. It will
| require unusual ability (to measure to i ii. Much depends
equalize the cost of production at home and abroad is not Democratic; it is up upon the noted Fiske. Gage and Edison. Kent hats.
the selection of his cabinet officers. He has said that he hopes to make
in truth primarily Taking the matter of citrus fruits for example up
wrong.
a strong team. Let hope that he will the kind of material he The shapes
us get just is are particularly smart the flowers
and using Mr.Temple's figures: He says that oranges are brought from Spain more
and Italy for less than twenty-five cents a box. We will not pause to wonder ; working looking for.associates.Not many days remain until we shall know the dientity of his beautiful than ever and the designs unusually/ pleasing.A .

how it be that transported the for thousand
can oranges are across seas many cordial invitation is extended to all.
j miles at one third of the cost to carry the same class of freight from '-:" -- -

Kissimmee to New York. Enumerating the freight at twenty-five cents a box It will be good news generally that Congressman Claude L'Engle has

and the labor at one-fifth of what the Florida grower has! to pay. according to sufficiently recovered from his recent severe illness to take up his duties at MISSBAND

Mr. Temple's figures the contention is to make the tariff equalize the cost of Washington. He will leave tomorrow for the capital accompanied by his Y

production. I secretary. Hugh Sparkman. who gave up the editorship of the Jackson County

1 Suppose that our transportation rates should go still higher or that labor Leader to accept that 0 position. I I

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make at the time of this sale.

to give you blg- profits than the purchase of Co.Greensboro
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;1i these Aultman lots at the time of sale. -. tend ,
,; 4llis great sole Tuesday, March 4th, at 10.30 ,

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. THE KISSIMMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE ell l was kind enough to aay that,Kissimmee iting'friends at 'Taft and .Kissimmeeand I '- i \ w _

t.,.. '... Telephone, No. 11. \ was the best looking town he making a tour of this section of
''j'' Published had ,yet seen in Florida. the state. They are very favorably '.
Every Friday By impressed with Florida and expect to
W. B. HAKKIS. Any one desiring use of Chapter i I
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locate here tfbon.
._ _. PASTIME THEATER JJ
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'; : ;-- = House for. social functions, can have L j.- T1I
same for the nominal sum of $1.00 for Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud I
afternoon entertainments and 12.00 is looking after business matters in .
4 for evening entertainments. Dancing Kissimmee today. ,
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Weather Report and .
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playing'not allowed.
4 _.. _ - - -- Cr} -Ai TompkinB of-Taft-was-in-th-.--,. ---- ....
X I The A. W. L. is now having a Very} city Wednesday visiting friends.
: Following 'Laws conducted by Miss Estelle Brain- Born to Mr.. ,and Mrs. James Brat-
NI;\ and 'precipitation as I I ard, at the Chapter House Monday ton, on Wednesday, Feb. 26th, a son. '' "
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reported by the Governments after Next Three eeksTONIGHT :
afternoons
1- 13 Xi. i I the usual business Miss Jennie Blackburn of Live Oak, 1
1' station at Kissimmee for the |I meeting. All are welcome. whether was the guest at the GJ'aystolle Wed. '

,..: week ending Feb. 27, 1913. 1 members or not. nesday. ',,,1. ;

MAX MIN. RAINY Before we go to press again Helen 1 Mrs. W. W. Branch and Miss Mary\ f
y lJ I Gardner will have appeared in a five- I L Branch of Charleston, W. Va., are : "THE PRINCESSGiven ;
Friday . *1 5''!) X reel production of Cleopatra which is {I
=== .. I guests at the Graystone. .
77 :;fi; billed at the Pastime for t
Saturday >( 111Sunday. Wednesday
V V't' (I by Pupils of the Osceola High School,-Benefit Athletic Association and High School Or-
This masterful ,
: . . 78 tii evening next. is a 111 r. J W Harris of the Dutton-
X I production and should play to capac- Harris Co, spent Wednesday in Tam- chestra. Regular Picture Program at 7 P. M. without Extra Charge. Curtain at 8:00. i
:!L: Monday 77 do i() 7\1-\) !. i il
ity houses. and Lakeland on business
Tuesday.. . . 75 4'J\ I pa TO-MORROW SATURDAY MARCH FIRST ; ,
: Wednesday 77 ![.1 1 i' A concert will be given at the Pas- Senator A. H Donegan went to ,
1 1i2: I time theater Tuesday evening, March llamas City Wednesday evening on Kalem's Biblical Masterpiece "FROM THE MANGER TO THE CROSS." A Reverent Moving Pic. '" .
Thursday 84 r.,1
/ t :! 4, un/ler the auspices of the American business connected with the llaines ture Life Story of Jesus! 'of Nazareth, produced? in authentic locations in Palestine and Egypt. Five i.; i '.

.:+ ----X-oo- I I Woman's League, by Misses Ellis, City bank, of which he is president. Reels-5000 feet. Special Music by Invisible Choir. .
-r----- -- Viewer, Pfann and Blake with the assistance t
of Brown's orchestra. The Don't forget the Spring Millinery ': J JI
4111111 I I IIIIIISIIISpiiiipp I I I I I I I I I I will be 25e. 35c and 50c. opening at Miss Bandy's Friday,
prices '
I' March 7th, !9 I a. m. to H! p. m. See Tuesday March 4th I March 12 Two-Reel Feature{ of
I THE LOCAL fiELD.Strand = ('apt 1' F. Hunter and Mrs Hunter !announcement in another column 10-1 ,
left Kissimmee Monday, after '
CONCERT BY KISSIMMEE'S BEST LOCAL
spending several months here. Capt. .1. W :Miller retained home from "DAMON & PYTHIAS"Grand
Tampa this week where he has been TALENT. Auspices American Woman's League. .
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: Hunter goes tb resume his duties as |I : Feature.
in the United Lodge
I I II I II of the | serving as a juror
assistant surveyor general antes Court. Regular Picture Program at 7 P. M. Concert at 8.
army in India. He expects to be absent -,
wood $1.25 per strand. I a year lie is much interestedin t the :Millinery March 13 .
Prompt delivery within city limits. \Don't forget Spring
(Phone 252, M. H Carson, 10tfIf t the development of the Hunter Co.'s opening).: at :Miss Handy.'H: Friday, Wednesday March 5th ," .
lands in Osceolu county March: 7th, !9> a. m, to1\ p. m See "UNIVERSITY OF FLOR- J
I want to sell it, ad r in another column 10-1 .
you put an in announcement
wife of AMERICA'S
J. Harry Allen and his FOUR REEL FEATURE OF GREAT
the azette! "want"" columnCordette Winchester, Kj, were recent visitorsto /' IiR" :Maud H Highum, of Germantown ACTRESS-HELEN GARDNER IDA GLEE CLUB"March ,1 1i :

for tub skirts and suite, Kis8immoe- J In a letter to the Gazette Phila, ainved in Kisiimmee I '"
white and tan. F. II': Lawson. It i Mr. Allen says: "After spending Tuesday. to join her mother, who has "CLEOPATRA"b .
six weeks in the sunshine of Florida l.e-e-n here for .some tint<-. :Miss Ilig- ., i 14
W II Brokuw with drifting Broth- I left KisMtnmee at one p. m. ham had planned her arrival as a -- --
1"t s. the tree people 4 I Ky., at h.iO: p. m. Sunday. it proved to be. 6th 7th and 8th BAND AND ORCHESTRA If
A. Vans Agnew visited 1 Fort hours after our arrival it was "
iT\\O and \this morning we have The 1 production' of Blanch Walsh infolstov's q\\
:Mjers the first of the work
inches of the beautiful" "Resuric.Uion," four parts, "ILLINOIS GLEE CLUB"MALE ,
(I two ).. '.. ...,. .. .,,nt 'n /.nmmen.1..il-!I March 17th, 18th, 19thMADDOCKSF1ELD
Mr and Mrs B. i*'
Born, to C. Miller, I is' rlOu\ ine 11 iiiimi'i !
on Monday, I Feh. :.Mth! a daughter |II I Ir) W. T. Moore, editor, author, i/e the nani of a great: actress.: The QUARTETTE, Bell Ringers, who were the I PLAYERS IN REPERTOIRE
i college president and noted preacher, cast includes some of the best. known :
Feature of the Lakeland Chautauqua last week. I
\\'oodVood, Wood. Phone lf>K I will preach at the Christian church actcus" with ", national; reputation. \ JI
for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per next week beginning Wednesdaynight 1'he- slaving is of the highest standard ----- March 20 "CARMEN"THE .>
strand. 7-t( March 5th, and continuing over and tin Husst uui dancer) add life and u I
Sundu>- Mr Moorewas pastor in met i-'inn nt to t the' strongest t drain March 11 I BANDIT'S DAUGHTER 1
Judge -Hireling an/ lIill., at In tionu' :a' the two were intimate friends '. I 1.0 '1'oltovdditional\ "SAINT GEORGE AND a '
:Naieoossee': | Hi. 11111" pastor of lh. ('hi,,i.ti.inehuich No'nl-In three parts. A
at Eu tls. As president of .\ local- on page) 1 IINN4It'NCiMENT 1 U I 1. '
1'I heladdot I.. (I-held 1'J..y'r]. Ollll to I I'londa State. t Hoard. of the Chnsthe ( THE DRAGON"A BEGINNING MONDAY: MARCH 3d :
the Pastime M.mh 17th for a timela's
the chun'h"RthrollJhollt
'ntMiss tlan church hi routing' \ :' : : We shall begin showing f films in connection with the._ .
< engage We
the state are very l'i well\ qualifiedfoi Romantic Historic Drama three
Art
P I""\ ntr him' 10 parts
glad to I ahim here and every on'eI tin fin' ml- of> 1 I. II Grand Theater Orlando, which means that they are
the '
trials: ladle'Ih''len Itnimard hall at shampoos their hnm'es.I'holiH and. cordially invited to hear him Services < ',ollixiS'1 :posittoi; lake pkdsui' m aiinouncmghi Colored. 50 Massive and Exciting Scenes Over the best to be had. and guaranteed not over 25 days .\
will begin everynight at 7lf.: < 'il- ,'
"JI.lIdat" 'lo ounc these Pictures
t 1000 old.
:N'o': :1G.:\ ; 10-tf i aim as a People Appear in
for the short (
of Kissimimo
]House man i
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president
:'sili\ l affair term.
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left for the North Monday. '
Edward Canning/ were thehostesses! OUR MANY PATRONS
Miss Corne Miller came home from and had arranged!:: a program of enterUimment -
(olligc- last t week on a \ that proved highly suc- .
J r'f..11I001..a I,, visit( to her i parents, returning tt'Ksful in its. several branches Therewas J. D. Woodbeck
, for the musicand
i t" hr "tud"'Kon 1'uesdaylt MO set program Director.
n'ading. as. the custom. has been iJ I )
llinuKli then. weni. .\<.r.il ruusn'" ,numbers : : >
:\ M I '-\ | mooting. :.it tin t 'hi,?i'lint during thc evening 1 ho guests W ,'
, Hi, ; unlulg.1, III g..nlO', .UK, ) dehruu-i l m ;
I Bur i It on/ It 1st 11< in/ Imr i Ittion" p
I ,, At night h'M!/ |1'1' ;adl o'lshams fit. -h""I'. | in, ih' faint. of cake. and ,D FS
will In \
": : ." IHIIH' ll win -rind i filets no X
rrcepUnu. | / .it tIlt' ( haptc i House IH1 1 -i )
The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., Tuesday fur the reason that the regular m
Tampa, Fla., lend money at f per cent weekly reception will be superseded o
interest, payable in small monthly in- for that particular date by the ::xJ ,
btallments. Write for particulars. Ctf musical at the Pastime theater LAKE GEM'VILLA

Manager Woodbeck has secured the 1 The S. R. O. sign was displayed for .
Illinois Glee Club, which was the star''the Passion Play at the Pastime :Monday .:. aIN
number at the Lakeland Chautauqualast night, which goes/ to prove the .
week, to give concerts at the popularity of this religious play, A tine new lowersA machine '!
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Pastime the last! three days next(week. Those who saw it and those who did has been installed in the Dixie the ", '; THE HIGHLANDS and lake region of Florida. .\ ,I ,: "MM. 'i 1k a'' ,,I !'"'''' 1A 1
not should not fail to witness Kaletn'sBiblical ; Theater, and as a consequence' ,' 1
Orlando Reporter-Star: C. Miller masterpiece "From the Man- : pictures are all life-size and brighter
) has been chosen president of the ger to the Cross"-a reverent moving -'and clearer than ever before, all of ., ,
Kissimmee Board of Trade, and C. .F. :: picture lift story of Jesus.of Naz- ; which is being appreciated by the t
Johnson as secretary, two gentlemenwho ereth produced in authentic locationsin ; patrons of this popular theater, as is ROLLING COUNTRY with, an altitude of 250 feet. ',
will do much in boosting the or- Palestine and Egypt-in five reelsat shown by the increasing attendance.This )'
ganization. ,, the Pastime Saturday. This will machine combines all the very ".., 4
be shown in the forenoon at 10:JO, in 'latest improvements so that there is
James Little has sold his home, .r Jl the afternoon at 2:10:: and 7:00. Special no flicker, but projeets upon the NAVIGABLE BOAT CHANNELS into six Lakes and two Rivers. ; +s
Emmett street, to C. II Allen, and music by an invisable choir is being screen a picture that is steady as a ti "
will give possession next week Mr. arranged by Manager Woodbeck, and (I, .
Allen came to Kissimmee recently !Miss Dixon will be assisted in the preludes rock.All danger of fire is eliminated by 4 '.
from Lakeland, and is connected with Mr Brown, violinist. The an automatic shutter which shuts off ALL BUILDING SITES are Lake fronts and are forty feet above the
the Makinson stores film is destined to be far reaching/ the light from the film, the momentthe
telling the story of the perfect life machine is stopped, thus preventing water. r
Dan A. Crowell, of Kearney, Neb, and supreme sacrifice of our Savior it from catching fire. n r',
who, with his family is spending the in all countries and to all people For Nicholas Powers has for fifteen I
winter near Ocala, was a pleasant description and press comments, see been known to American mov- j :
caller at the Gazette office on Wednesday heralds. years the foremost Lakes north of I
ing picture (exhibitors as PROTECTION FROM COLD assured by the numerous
few
He wan spending a daysin of motion-
the city with his old friend and Isaac II. Paige and daughter, Miss designer and manufacturer
neighbor, S. W Thornton. Mr. Crow- Edna, of Hinghumpton, N. Y., are vis- picture apparatus. the properly. .



DIRECTLY ON ONE RAILROAD and sufficiently near another to receive -

Correct Dress For Spring
competitive freight rates.
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Wear Your New Spring Suit EasterLet A RESIDENT HORTICULTURIST whose advice in making and caring. '


for a grove is free to our purchasers \ice-president of our company -

us show you the Nobby Styles in our New Spring Clothes

made to your individual measure by Ed. V. Price & Co., the I.


tt tat, largest tailors in the world of good made-to-order clothes. We AN EXPERT ho will make and bring your grove to any stage of'maturity k

the best workmanship and a perfect fit. '
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Real Class Spring : '.I

MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED BEARING GROVES in the immediate,
Headwear
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l A style for every taste in the The latest shapes and shadesnew "

Spring Shirts made by by the John B. Stetson Co. 11

Cluett, Peabody & Co., the We carry the largest stock THERE IS NO OTHER proposition in the State that combines half these t',

makers of Arrow Shirts and. of Stetson Hats in Osceola advantages.FOR .
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Spring Neckwear Palm Beach Suits CORROBORATION of this statement call at our office and visit l\\

Snappy'\ and conservative 'A select display of Crash, the property.Lake. "

and Mohair Suits in I
styles in silk and knitted efLinen 4 ,
Plain and Norfolk Styles.
fects. LeMar make. ,
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nearly ten years ago, when the town the leading business men and financiers -
MILLER HOME SOLD; ; Florida Will Lead I II i had only about 1,500 population and of the Ancient City. 1 I

[ I little resort business the system has ', A survey has been made for a trol-

WILL BE IMPROVED In Trolley Lines :I grown and expanded until now it has ley line from Fort Myers to the South Desirable Ten

I :' over twenty-five miles of tracks. Its shore of Lake Okeechobee, by way of

I line to Gulfport is seven miles in LaBelle, Fort Thompson and throughthe

I By CHAS. S. EMERSON I hundreds of substantial and even 1'11'.1 length The Bayboro line is two miles. splendid Caloosahatchee River orange .

,ERSKINE SMITH THE BUYER During the ten years I .have lived I I gant' homes on both lines. I The North Shore1 line is nearly three [ and grapefruit section. and Twenty

r :in Florida I have frequently predicted I Pensacola .has several'' suburbanlines I miles. The Ninth Street line is now Key West has a belt 'line around the .

that this state would one day have a ,, and the development resulting'I being 'extended to three miles, and Island, passing through the scattered
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net work of trolley lines that would from their construction has been most the Bay to Bay line, now being con- business sections and reaching the

PURCHASE () PURPOSES surpass that of any; of the other gratifying.St. I structed across the peninsula, from most thickly populated portions of the Acre Tracts

TO MAKE TilE SPOT A states. Augustine, after a vain-attempt I Tampa Bay to Boca taiga i Bay, will ''city.i I

SHOW PLACE. Coming from the section of trolley on the part of some of its people to i be about six miles in length. i Traction capital is looking toward
i lines Ohio, Indiana and Michigan! continue it as the "Ancient City" in There are two proposed trolley lines 1 Florida, with its million winer'i1l\ For Trucking and Fruit Grow

I yens very familiar with the developof its original state, started the modern- between Jacksonville and St. Augus- 'tore and its thousands upon thousands ing. Our land extends from
Erskine Smith a wealthy builder, the traction and I of residents and the devel-
proposition saw few with new ) great
i/.ing process a ;years ago a tine, by way of Pablo and AtlanticBea..h..s
of Toronto, Canada, has purchased theJ. at owe. .the advantages possessed by trolley line to the ocean beach a opment that .is going fotwurd steadily.Mrs. city limits nearly to Orlando.
M. Miller home, just beyond the Florida for successful, operation of distance of about seven miles. Latera I One proposes to tunnel Only $30 per acre.

city limits. The sale was conductedby trolley systems, , aye l the bent-tits that line was built to the depot and another |: under the St. Johns River and is being : ,. II. II. Hoffman of Newport
A. W. Law. would accrue from the general adoption past the old fort out on the financed by several citizens of Jack- News, who has been visiting Mrs. S. Terms: $2 per acre cash and $2
While nothing is said of the of the traction i J. Triplet at Narcoossee, left for her
priceit ,
is sure that both well system. northern portion!: of the city. |; sonville. The other is a St. Augustine home Wednesday, after a very de- I per acre monthly.
parties
are A level country obviates, great difficulties project and is backed by some 6f lightful visit
satisfied. The Miller place is one of Sahford, which was probably the I i : i WKITK FOR BOOKLET
the most valuable in this section. It and much expense in the construction )hardest hit of all the towns by the ,,
consists of forty acres half of i it in of trolley" lines, and minim freeze, came back with celery and I :
.I citrus fruit. Five hundred trees have ises tho danger\ operation. i j 1
been lettuce and hundreds of homes were TEACHERS: OF FLORIDA
set since
the new owner took The absence of snow and ice makes I I McKOYLand
possession. Mr. Smith is much interested built out Celery avenue for five miles.
in this part of Florida and the operation of car much easier and There! was a demand for some means of Stetson Opens Spring r Normal Course
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i expects to make it his home. He has less expensive, and does not militateaganit transportation and the result was the i iI .eview
achieved a competency in his building maintaining regular schedules I
first, gasoline motor suburban line in -M\mii aiiTii 10 Mti :nii'iii.A
operations at home and is now pre- I | Send! for hull.-lln. special low rat 1 1at I. 1':1\0 n The Siam.. 1 t. xt. hook are j CompanyMach
pared to enjoy life in developing new the state. It developed into a fifteen-i UH. *1 You ran rater. any Bins 1'1'1',1'' f.i n better trade CIIBI IM only I
properties. He has given the management Where poles and tllare oaiily accessible I! mile belt line and two sixty-foot combination ] Litho I ) IHT week, or $39011! < > fur the ninevc. kn This I Irnlud'-H,. tithe. board, loom. I i Building.
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the cost, of construction, and'' IIlht and tuition Scud for plctur.hullollri
Mr. Law of for the the Miller time being place who over will to maintenance is greatly reduced. I passenger and freight cars Add 1'....". x'rhrI'sol'Iensl'I'Y.': l...I..n... l'lorldn.S I KISSIMMEE, FLA.
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designed to make a show place of the directions. It has proven a ulH, AKriculturnl lIoranY'1
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any states. It has RENT-Two modern flats with
an' ,
Miller property. Its location and really wonderful developer. for that I'hyuiolojfy. Bloloffy. Anatomy.. Bacteriology, llilotoloZoolu!,;)', llotany. < .
i" natural advantages( will yield readily, equable| year round climate, with no section. Chemistry, .... liiorKanic. Ch. mtHtry. Qualitative I and Quantitative Cheml try. all city conveniences. Apply at
thriving .1! < f MuHlr-PJano, Pipe organ. Violin, Voice Harmnnv .
a nil l
to this purpose. Eventually a mod- snow or ice. Material for poles and School of FIDe Artii-DrawtnK, Painting Hi Oil Water Color Choina'ork&c lat the Gazette office. 20-tf
survey
The has been made and work
1 ern bungalow will be erected. The ties grow in abundance in almost ,
l v place has been christened Erskine I commenced on a traction line from - -
JIei hu every section of the state, and small 1---
; I mills! cut them at very reasonable Sanford to Kissimmee passing
Mr. Miller has several pieces of' t figures through Winter Park, Orlando, St.

in property Kissimmee in town hereafter.and is going It is to likely live T-;> the builders of trolley lines Florida Cloud and other developed sections. I YOUTH AND OLD AGE

r r that he will build a handsome! home offers an attractive field, and that Daytona now has a trolley line run- "
on one of his numerous lots in this I they are beginning to realize this is ning through the city and crossingthe
1 city. Halifax river to Seabreeze and the
i Mr. Law, who acted evidenced by the lines that are now ,
as intermediary (I
t in this transaction, was formerly a I being constructed;; and planned for famous Ormond-Daytona Beach the "
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publisher in Toronto who :i I scene of the international automobileraces. I
j came recently early construction. are alike subject to defective sight. Our
to Kissimmee. He i spec
has been i I
I The
principal cities i
instrumental in putting through several are extendingtheir Within two years it is expected that \. I ial examinations
j'i I important deals and. is in touch I lines steadily, but not really as there will be a trolley line from coast eye will determine the bet ..
with people of a desirable class who rapidly as the almost remarkable
tf ; : to coast. It is planned from Daytonato r of helping of
sight
way
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are being induced to visit Kissimmee growth and suburban development rt any age. If you are
through his presentation of the advantages Tampa, by way of IJeLand San- "'.
' warrants. '
1'y of this section. ford, Orlando, Kissimmee, Lakeland ? ; well On in years, we can supply glasses that will
.. Jacksonville, the metropolis of the and Plant City.
; ; A CARD. state, with a population, including suburbs In the early stages of its develop- / help and not strain the eyes. For sight trouble ,

? '. In Looking over improvement I of practically 100,000, is cry ment Miami had a trolley line, but I
tc i.tf I > it Put look in their Progressive where they are I ing for extensions to keep pace with the Tatum brothers were ahead of the in youth we are often able to provide a cure.
Proper Place but some .
are the development of modern suburbsin
times and it had be
Y not the worst of all the City is taken to abandoned.
:g the sidewalks for a skating: Rink and ; every direction. So far, its longest NtJw that city has about reached the
tt I a o' Runing it with out license where I line is about six miles. 10,000.mark there is strong talk of a
,n have to Pay Ten Dollars and 50 -
cts. Tampa has a twelve-mile trolleyline line being built.
a; on my own Boards it should be look
q. after. connecting Ballast Point and I I I St. Petersburg has really done more

i II. M: STEEN. Port Tampa City with the city proper,. than any city in the state, comparatively C. A. COLE Jeweler and ,
and a seven-mile line in the opposite> I in the line oftrolley extent ions.

: ti'y' Kissimmee S, J. Ttfplett, of Narcoossee, was in I'' direction to a popular spring.: When Mr. Davis and his Philadelphia associates Optometrist
He
Wednesday. has just
finished shipping his crop of citrus I these lines were constructed they ran, have developed a genuine trol-

fruits. The yield and the returns (practically their entire length, through)6noccupi. ley system of considerable magnitude, j "! ,"
w were satisfactory. .. ". t I) &d territory. Now there are under great difflc lties. Starting

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SERIES:OP QUESTIONS'ON, VITAL SUBJECTS PROPOUNDED BY A

Bright : j MEMBER 'OF TilE LEGISLATURE TO HIS FELLOW MEMBERS J IXIE LIMITrn .DIXIE

H -- . AND-- FLYER . ._ m. .. !I '.

? Reddick, Fla., Feb. 4, 1913 provements] made. The present convict
To the Member of the Next House of : lease expires January 1;; next. SOUTH' ATLANTIC LIMITED , I ,

Idea Representatives: The -state has been ,and t Is now, pay _; -_
,- :Vy ruit---- Dear Sirsi My reasons for submit. ing about $400 per head to 8:66''pm "LV., TampIL -..... 10U: : 10:15: ?aA -..*....?..-:.: A. f!. a U, I, f :
tin year per 105 pm+I.v. Lakeland! ...'.. 11:88 am 11:18: am ......-.r---...-..., A. C. L. I
qdb'egginggoatoreplyto'thqfollowing takecareoits--old<:,infirm-and ,1t:5pll1-Lv""KI.slmmee: .MIOl'pm 1:01: pm, .._.....-?.-.-._-._ A 0. L12:61'amLvrfrlande1:86 .
h questions are as follows; abled convicts. : : ; -pm' -r 1:8 S"pmjinr...*..*.*.*........ ,A..4, ....L----- .__ .
( Shall or shall not the 1:21' amLw. SantoI'd M__ 1:40: pm I40; pm _.__,,_._...______ A. C. 4 -- '1 ,
1. To get acquainted with each coming Legislature make provisions 6:16 am-Ar. Jacksonville .. 9:49 pen 6:40: pm A. a L 1

TRERE is no question other. whereby the proper authorities shall Dixie J Dixie I South 'Atlantic :
To be better 'prepared .to' do good have Limited Flyer Limited. I ,-,
proper -improvement made in 9:35: am Lv. Jack'nvlllo A.C.L.8J6pm 8:16pm: Lv. JacksonvilleLv .._A. C. L. P '
but that on our work in .the beginning of the Session. the convict.farm, to receive and take 11:40am: Ar Wayeroaa A.C.U 10:26pm j 10:20pm: WaycroM .*._..A. C. Io. ;. <
Please 6llpm.: Ar Maoon O S & F 4:15am: S:4: am6:47pm Ar Macon ___';.__ S. F. ,
reply by number of -
A A Florida question, care of its old, Infirm and disabled 8:0pm Ar Atlanta C. of OIL 7:26am: : Ar Atlanta __.._..___a ot GO.
soils the fertilizer as I am going' to tabulate all answers convicts by January 1, next? 12:1: Ham Ar Ch'tan'KafW.&A. llB5am '1S:1tpnr: -Ar Knoxville: _*).........1.-.. NO'- + "/
4:60am: Ar Nashville N. C. 3l: pm Ar CorbIn ..___ L. N.: .
applied has'a de-. from-each member. The informationthus 6. Shall or shall not the proper & St. Li.________4:30pm: I 9:00pm.: Ar Louisville---..-._...-.L..i N. \ 1'
received shall be for the t'
use of state authorities lease our state con- 2:60pm: Ar. St. Louis, I. C.. I 1:60pm: A'" Indianapolis -___Pa. Lines '
cided influence on the all members of the house.Questions. victs after January 1, next, and if L. & N.720am" .f j
I 6Q5prn: Ar LexingtonL N. .
I they are leased shall they be permittedto Ar. HopklnBVllln, L. I 8:60pm: Ar Cincinnati ________L. N. '
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of & N J'
quality the fruit.Bradley's 1. There has been l6BRpm '
no reapportionment be sub-leased, as is now done? 9:28am: Ar. Evansville L&N 9:43pm I 6:20am:: Kalamacoo ______O. R. A I. ,
of members of the Legisla- 7. What, in your judgement, Is the l:10pm: Ar. Terre Haute, C. 0.50am: Grand llapl<3. ____O. K. L ,"
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ture of this State since 1885. Do
you proper solution of the convict ques- : >m Ar. Chicago .C.&E. I. 6:54am 7:16am: Ar Cleveland ----"1-___Biff 4 ; , ,; ,
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think this is and ----- "
Fertilizersstand apportionment right tion by the next Legislature? | '
FLiER
i Dixie Limitedi 1)1 XI13; Sooth Atlastla Limited :
just? Will you help to make proper S. Do you favor a state tax i I .
Solid
commission ; train composed of Solid train carBolld train composed of electrlo 'f''
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changes? composite car," section
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: ry I In g electric lighteddrawingroom Pullman
drawing-room I
2. In the distribution of the state 9. Do you favor a separation of earn, observation' Bleeping compartment lighted compartment sleeping cars and coaches, between ,h j t. J'f'I

at the head of .the fist as crop one-mill school tax, some counties in state and county taxes? ('ar, between car and..J&ck..on.I..per.dining observation. and electric Jacksonville and Cincinnati andJacksonville ""'

makers. No the state receive more than twice the ]0. Dq you favor an inheritance ville and Chicago and lighted eo-: Louisville and Indian ii,
other goods have enduredand I taxes they "in other counties section drawing-room t lon, drawingapoliE', ; through sleeping car between ,
pay ; receive tax?
Bleeping car between roo m sleepers.; Jacksonville and Cleveland; '
maintained their less than one-half of what they 11. Do favor the of Jacksonville) and St. First class coaches also Pullman sleeping car between !I
supremacy so long. you assessing Louis i Also section and smoking( Jacksonville and Grand on
II pay in. Do you think this is just and franchise va\\ies\\ ? drnwInK-room sleeping car. Dining car Wednesday. Fridays Raids ". ; J "
Write ar Between Palm Beach all meals): of each week. Dining car service i
serves
us today for booklet right? Will help to make
mailed free. i you proper 12. Shall or shall not the refrigerator and Chicago. a la carte. 'I between Atlanta and Cincinnati. J"
changes? car companies pay taxes in this i t. :
I 3. The largest part of the state For reservation -or other Information. communicate with yourAgent Tick-
state?
The American Agricultural ea. A. W. KRITOT. Division Passenger Agent. Jaokaonvllle, Fla.or .
Chemical Co., school fund is invested at 3, 3% and 4 13. Shall or: shall not the railroads, J. O. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent Tampa Fla 8tf _"_."'-/ t

Jaduonvilla SaUt Department per cent interest in other states, telegraph and express companies, etc.,

P. O. Box 216. Jacksonville, Florida. while counties in this state are paying pay 'taxes On their wealth or only on -_ --- __ ___ __ --- - ----- 1 "'., ,

,. . from (j to 8 per cent. interest for the the physical l value thereof?
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use of monies. Won't you assist our 14. Shall or shall not the licensetax

counties to get aid at a lower interest, of our railroads, express and tele I oJ

and at the same time largely increase graph companies, etc., be made on Merrill-Stevens CompanyHave

( the revenue' of our school funds ? ( gross earnings instead of as now lev ,1 j jof

The total expenditures of our coun- ied? a State wide reputation for the quantity and quality ,

ty commissioners and school boardsin I 15. Shall or shall not the railroad work done. Expert Mechanics sent out. General BlacKsmithing i J

Fertilize Your this state for 1911 was about $5- I companies; etc., be forbidden to increase and Repairing. I Beams. Acetylene Gas Welding. I JJ
000,000. They arc held responsible to '
their capitalization without the White Oak. Mahoginy Cypress and other Hardwoods always in 1
no one, neither are they under bond. | consent of our state railroad commission *
Orange Trees I Shall they be properly bonded or not? I ? f stock. General) Machine work. Boat Construction and Re- f"

!f>. The I'.Klil! Legislature appropri- | Ifi. 1 Do you favor a single: or a pairs. Engineers and Contractors. Correspondence solicited. 1

I ated $:;0,000); the UM\ 1 legislature appropriated I !double primary ? 600 to 654 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 'i
The mild winter has caused (lie spring growth to start early.Don't .
)) $fOOOO, to purchase lands 17. (Do favor law i, :
you a limiting
delay fertilizing.!. Favorite Fruiter Manure will I' .
give results and make proper improvements thereon 7 '
campaign ? -H ;
expenses pd.
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and will not produce die-back. ,J
to take care of our state convicts.
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you a having the ',
Lauds have been )purchased) but no im- I state pay certain political campaign 'f

Your Truck Garden Cropsneed I expenses? -- u I I I ,. >

NEW INVENTION.As I ]9. )Do you favor a fee or salary I ""I

fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. far as the bicycle surpasses the ( system of paying county officials? THE H. G. SIEVER

Our special crop formulas are made to give. big results quickly. walking-stick: or the auto the bicycle 20. What do you think of a graduated i r , }

this new contrivance fee system? ;
surpasses the I
WRITE FOR BOOKLETJ. automobile in every respect. The 21. Do you favor the passing of REALTY COMPANY 1 ,i

aeroplane and dirigible: balloon, slow ,I the general appropriation bills in the. J I ,1
M. LEE, Agent. early of the session ?
part
and l uncertain, :
are ever at the mercy I Prairie Land, Orange Groves High Hammock Lands t.i .
of the winds. that the 22. Shall the state uniformity of
Novy wonderful
j
Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices and Easy Terms
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY text books law be on
force by which the fish darts repealed' amended i ; '

JACKSON VlllE. FL.ORIDA through the water, and the bird soars I or left as it is? ,

without moving the wing has been I 32. Are the fishing industries of 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will'exchange' half value ,

discovered and harnessed for our use, II this state properly safeguarded, and I for other real estate -:- -:- -: -:- '
we can build aixafe., simple and prac are they rightly taxed ? I ,
_.io tical aerial car for all purposes where I 24. Do you favor the state going I 50-acre Orange Grove will trade (for half value i

flying is desirable. I discovered a into the building of hard roads? If for other real estate, balance easy payments -:- a

-_. -- - ,--- --- -- simple device by which the force of ; so, what plans do you suggest.

II I I II I I gravity may be diverted in any given 25. Do you favor a new state con I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA 1.1 ,
direction laterally and eyen cause i it stitution?
I
SPRING QITRUS BOOK to rebound in an upward direction, 26. Are you friendly to the initiative '

tntllfod t directly opposite to its naturalcourse. ;,referendum and recall amendment
: I want to interest,an electrical mechanic to our state constitution?

Full Crop. Half Drops to co-operate with me in the ./ --\ Yours truly, ,)., 'I

Which ? construction of a working model, or L. S. LIGHT. INS.UBDNGE N
someone to finance the experimentalstage DOllED LEITHER'S[ : flGENCY

of this aerial
fertilizing anti-gravic car. ;
This booklet gives the reason for spring description of I

formulas to be used. the amount, time, and mode of application. Renton It is altogether independent of the j YOU RISK NO MONEY The Oldest 1 and Largest Insurance Agency in Osceola County
air, either for its
support or 'i '
request. propul-I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH !
sion but, like ball thrown .. .
IDEAL methods have made the banner groves. ; a .. N.e= --,-- .i
but, it travels by the force of its own I (

SEED IRISH POTATOESChoice momentum. It is only by this new I WHY MOPE AROUND AS THOUGH - -- -- -- .- ---- ,

Selected Stock I principle that aerial navigation can I Go to YOU your ARE work MISERABLE.with energy and aliking" C. A. CARSON, President.; N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. 0/- ", '
Write for PriCE'K.I ever hope to come to a practical,
I everyday for It. You are as old as you
succss. I feel and Taylor's Bleat Blood Medici' "
I Let' us send our booklets, Irish Potatoes and Florida Vegetables. will t :
you I Like the bird builds her nest in the new put hope you and on new jour life feel-rheumatism Hive you The Waters & Carson I

I tree top so this could be used to build I Just vanishes. :
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. high towers safely and economically.We You Will feel like a distinctly new
1 person if you will come to our storo
Mvnufacturttm of are slaves to gravity only so I and get a bottle and inks u lnto after

IDEAL FERTILIZERS long as we fail to control it. ]It each taste meal bad either.This for a .fw (111)'.. I It, docs not' Grocery Company I J f

would cost little to demonstratethis
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very .
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Is ,
I remedy guaranteed and If 1 It
principle and cause things to fall does not help you return the bottle !
t Local Agent Waters & Carson Grocery Co. upward to the great astonishment' of And Ket your money _. Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES f I '
Price. $1 00 the Ixittlu.
this /generation The place where this I II
modern feat is will Your own druggist recommends andKuitranters '
great accomplished .
I Taylor's Beat Blood Medicines
|: be the focus for the eyes of the whole I ask him about It. :: ,f

world, and the nation who employs it I

first will be its undisputed ruler. I '
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am looking for 'a promoter.' Please ?: .:. .> 4444 ) fi44000000> 0444444400000.00 .0 i -
If you want a 'If
write to at I
mo onceM.
I1. i WE SELL: -co WE BUY ,
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FOR SALE ; G; WEAVER, F'ort Meade, Fla. BARGAIN an HAY, 4 O O '
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ATLANTA BIBLE CONFERENCE. ORANGE GROVEor I .:> GRAIN, 4 0 0 I '\ti

I The Atlanta'' Bible Conference will 4. FURS, O ': "-\
> FERTILIZERS 4 0 \ ,
in A ; I land to grow f'O'
: convene Atlanta Georgia, March I 0) WOOL
r Beautiful Bungalow on lot 73x117 feet. Six rooms, both and pan 7th and close March 16th. Six services I SHINGLES, ? I

a day will he held in \the Baptist' Oranges and 4 00 00 O J)

I) try. (II Tabernacle of that city. The speak- I I > ORANGE BOXES, 4 0 AND O .I.
Grapefruitsee 4 0 0- ,
, ers who will be ,
Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and one-half present throughout t 4 ORANGE WRAPS 4> O ALL .i
the conference, are Dr. G. Campbell j BUCKELS 4 4> 0 r t
block from Po It office. Cement tidewalkf. Morgan, London; Dr. Len G. Brough- !i (0 VEGETABLE CRATES, (0 COUNTRY : j

ton, London; Dr. James R. Gray, Chicago ( l J 0- -0 4 t'
in of the best sections
Mabbette I
Located on beautiful street, one I <. CRATE NAILS J I ,
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\ Dr. John R. Louis- PRODUCE. O
; Sampey, j - ---- --- -- -- {
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of the city. ville; Dr. W. R. Wedderspoon, Wash- 4044000000404004.0 .+ 44 0 ,
\ 4 4440044440000000 "> 000 .0000 .0.... "

Now offered for only $3,000. A bargain which will not remain Nashville ington, p., Tenn.C.; Dr.; Dr.James Lacey I.Moffett Vance,, | I FIRST CUSS BARBERS \ f,I''

on'the market long. Let us show YOU. China; Dr. W. M. Morrison, Africa; I4 A. E. FORD I' We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. '
We '
give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partiea. ?
Professor W. C. Pierce, Chicago.The 4 18 Broadway .
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. }
0- CIGARS.' TOBACCO ETC. 0-
Conference secretary, Rev. John 4 Under New 0- We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask"u for circulars and
W. Ham, said: "Indications point to 400040004400000000'John Management. prices on fertilizers.
'the largest out bf town attendance that i
H. M. Breaker& Co. 'I has ever Marked the history of the - -
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CO.
: conference during fifteen years. We 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I 111 I I I I 11 I I 1111 I I I I I 11 I I I I.
are booking people from all parts of LOUISVILLE. KY.

the United States and fi"om all de- I Est bli h a (1887HllIhestntatlui"tprlce paid tb' I DANCING i

-- - -- nominations. We have the strongest
I!w. FURS I: .
EVERY
program ever offered. The railroads i I THURSDAY EVENING AT
For quick returns and best results- nl' RIDE8.WdO1Lti.
are co-operating 'with us in giving reduced FIREMEN'S
:I-IAT'T'
Use the "Want" columns in the Gazette I, rates.." I 11II g.GIIU. N' ,,

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;ir' ;! or'AITUCATIOIV' FOR LKT.TKUH itocxs or' 1th4 Iiblig&tione. of' any euch r./A/ VAS ttaNHW, Klsilmmeo 1, C.. HYATT '\\

t 111111 IIII I 1111 111111 III + CALL, FOR AMIITK" PIUMAUY" .NUTICH corporation and whll the' owner of .J_______.._________--I.SSOIN DR., .L and
Kl.Kl.TIOX.: AND IMCOHPORATION. '" -
I'ATHNT oblliratlona WITNESS WHEREOF the said PYllclan. ,
any such Blocks bond. or other ,
I Tho City Executive, Commit of tho rights subscrlb ra have hereunto set their
to exercise all the en
White Man' Party In the city1 of KIsslmmea Of ownership hand. and "seals, this Tenth day -pf Phones
and
PRESSING CLUB : powers privileges
NUWAY
for .
call and provide .
hereby .
NOTICH la hereby glvett that theundersigiseti thoroof and to exercise any and .all February. A J3., 191SW. .
holding of a Whlto Man's Primary will apply to the Governor .. CRAWFORD ( ) Office, :Klsslmme
th *
voting powers r< on. S'I 197 .
of KIsHlmmoe
In the -
city
to-b..h..ld
election .
and TAILOR SHOP In compliance with the lawsof of the jlat.of )'lorld"OI' tho 10th day To aid In any manner any corporation PAT JOHNSTON tR'al 1 eS. (

the State of Florida salt) primaryto of D. I"U..rs DIT1 Patentiiorpoi'iitiJtif KS ''whose stocks, bohds or other obll. T. A. VANS .AGN 'Y (l.al' ort

,- be held during the hours. liked by law SOUTHERN Kntlons aro held or are In any manner STAT J FtrOHIDA, -
FINETAILORING for the holding of elections; on Saturday ; COMPANY under the following proio.utd guaranteed by the corporatoan" to COUNTY OBCEOLA: SS.
Chatter and Articles of Incorporatlotu do any 'oilier acts the BM IT before me
I. ; March 8th. 1111 for tho nomination M. RIVERS M. D.
.n 'AND: REPAIRING of candidates far city electIve of-, u copy of which haS been Ih'dII preservation protection, Improvementor the undersigned Notary Public In and T. ,

: heels. to be voted for at the general the oflloeof the Secretary ot Stlto enhancement of the value of any for the State of Florida County of
". OF ALL KINDS city election to be hold In said City ofKlsslmmue of. said State fttKlorMFoRD such ,stock' bonds or other obligations personally appeared W. U. Craw. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

-.--- .'on Saturday.". March 29th. v. or to do any act or things deslffnud ford lat Johnston and 1>. A. Vans Ag- Office Osceola '
11)13.) 14.1' J01IN TON Tor any. such purpose now well known and known to meta over Pbarmaoj ,
Work Called For and DeliveredPHONB.61 .' "' ."oDd I'rlmiirj. P. A. VANS AONEV.AITU'I.I. To guarantee the performance by bo the Individuals In and who subscribed I l nl1denc

'- _: Provided that n second, primary, .: 0"'OUloOU."IUN .t % I any onrporatlan whose stocks bonds their names to the foregoing PHONIS. r 6 ,, ,
-w}...r.-n'.c..arY.1I11".r thn provisions. or other wluoncos of Indebtedness proposed Charter and ACKNOWLDGWL Ofc

I I FRANK DUKE, Proprietor : of said laws shall, be held on Saturday PIIOPO !,KIV t'JlAI* rJlL_ shall be h"ld'by thll oorporatlon.I in that they executed, tho name for --'

March 16, 1913. to choose beta'oenthe of which this any th. purposes therein expressedWITNliSS L. WINN I :

L -1111111' 111 n 11111111111C.W.GRIFFIN to highest. candidates where nominations |'T.IKItLTIMFIKSI COMPANY miinnor whatever Inttr..tc'd. of any my hand and ofHclal seal W. ".
shall not haVe boon made by a "u and and al contracts obligations what- at Klsslmmeo In the County and State,
B Crawford
-- majority rote In the firm primal election 1'11 undpl'HII".d. P W: A. Vans Atcncw.h 8oe\' and to, enter Into Indemnity aforesaid this llth day of February.A PHYSICIAN ."
\, and at the second primary election I Pat agreement of any nature. whatsoeverIn D. 1913. \
I- only such Uectors ns were qualified <'ri-hv II HO<'Into thomnelvvv toirvlherfor Connection with the contract or M. W. SAROENT. ( Office 2nd Floor Willson 'Building.RB8IDBNCB J"'

to vote at Ihe first primary tlecllou tl ,purpose of berominff Ineorpo- other obligations of any corporation Notary Public State at Seal PHONI IU ,
... rnt,' < r tho laws of the State ofFlorida. KuaiMHBM. r.: ;
to01.
be permitted '.
shall \\honf
stocks bonds or other evidencesof (Meal of Notary My commission ex- Ornc ProNC VT.

.tu"IIII."Uo..f EIcoris.Th '' .. Indebtedness are held by this corporation I'nhlU) pi res. Feby 1 7th. 1916 IL'/
.'. and onl I>' I theme l..r8.,8.l HhallIn *un(1.1': 1. ; or In which this corporation -

: I permitted to'ot... at oi pintlelpati. 1'1 h.' nanio of Ihl. orporatlon nhallM I.. In mi) manner whatsoever Interested JR. DKWITT T.
j' I In tin' ninnttgimeiil I of. Hald I prlmarviliitloiiH ( .. sorTlliUN' tfTll-lTIK COMPANYMK 841'I'U'j HV ATTA<'IIMKVT. LGITeEY

who aio whlti. ilictoiH. who in (pal office and plnct of husli The bUHlnenn. .
Staple and Fancy pi" or purpose of tho corporation !, Oaernla County Klor- OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
.1. i I.in' tin I It i adlnittni, to, tin prlii i> HH Hhull bo In the City of Klsalmmoo from tim.to to do
.. of i thf \\ 1,11.. tlm. Ida.-II. II. >" Oiresi MrCabe.
: i-Ipli and oIgIiI7.t ? < 'nuiftof. OH..O.. I In tho Slate of KlorItla any one or more of the acts and loa..k Residence
Phone 274
)tlII-' .pnt\ in iii.elt \ of KlHslmnn. ) have to cstab- To Ovxen McCabu. and to
I n..r.ndlnl
u jlIt power IIInK" herein get forth and It may con-
.ho hv I tin l liivtHoftln iltv of f 1 Kintlnnin All Persons AboveEntitled Office Phone 98
GROCERIES u an! 'Huh olh*'i ,,ftieea and agencies 'ithhnlot duct Its IniRtiKHB In other states and Int.r'
i 1 infill thitoiH.. who hivi: on of Morlda) I Cause or Any of the Land
Slut
1 1 1 u itht.nl t Ih. In. the teriltorlen find In for<'Ign coun- Rooms 3 and 4
m' ,In foti .I'. l hun, \ Mil 11I:1.! : palil Hull Herclnafter described
poll, I.IXIM foi I thi v.ait 1U11 and. 1 112.wh. : !. ,\n''I.IC 2. Inn und nnt \' hn\' one offct or more State Bank Bld'g Klasirnmee Fla
t tutu office You will take notlie that on the 4th ,
within ,
I nut 1 tho huftim'usot one without
1 h U iI0
1111\-1. kliti 1 'r. il I 111.1.I nml I ImludIHK g t not 11 .
} t h.. Suite of liLly of ). 191 3. suit was Instituted -
Mirili Tlh. VII' and who) .pledget ' Iuhi'Mii'K to l h. tratiltiteted by said riorlda and mar hold I'Vbruarj.

Free Delivery to all Parts I Ii. !HIM, 1 Iv i.K lo iibld bv t tin. ...-suit of I ( 'onianU| an follows: pl'.hu..*. iiKirtgaKe and convey lealanil against. sot, Owen McCabe In IR. B. D. WIENENGA
milil, ..i'lrii.T'1 lit.I.1 ion, and volt' fur thenonilniiH To bm acqulu. ,. I...$.'. lot construct, perHonal pr"p'rt.. either In or out the < ount> Court of 0".01. Couoty.1"lorl.t. .
l In attachment 11 Hllotuli .
of at I Intnsulns" City \\n\ maintain and works and of the State ( Ilo'lt.\ ., by
(then ofjthe; City I I d ml that writ of IV
H
..l It c-tloil. plaiitv foi the g'n.'I'oton, purlt.atol Without In (HHK. particular IIlltln" ..lachm..ntt.t.1 .VETERINARIAN
K 'bruarv 2nd 191 3. was
linlinenllonN 4if f nnillclates. and utoiRftr ol Ia. Ialns. : IIY of the, objects and pow<'rs h. I .. < of the Count Cniirt un- STOCK TREATED FOR *
I : : : Hirl l I.. and )I noSKIII (1i1 | It Iii itereliy exprtsslY dr- > .I..rk '
1 IIOM., ami onlv thOM pernoiiH. shall i-onduilH I < i in' 'rH. al 1'1'010' di;.r "... ( said Court. on
ii 1..bru'Ly2nd. ALL DISEASES I'Urhti'hoJIS2
I I... p, I "," 1",1 to In.conn. candidates for I..' '\' nr pi'up'i I' apparatus. ap- si al.J) piotiled thnt. thu oorporallon mis! .,,,1 undtr and, by virtue of
..UI.: : v to h.. ..t..1 for In Maid prlmarviliition ills hIM foi I lie distribution I in-".nsurIHK Hhall hii\e powfi to Issue bonds Hald of. attachment I haw I leviedupon
1111111111111111111J. _ who 1'1..1..:i tlnniHilviH/ inHilliinvlo n nd nal).- of the Bamlor lUhtIn iinfl itlnr) o"llatlon. In pi>'menl forjnoirl w"l In the following desi.ribi.a 0
IMJultv FEA
alitdi, liv lit- r,milt of said .it. I"''' and any oilier UH 10 'hu )h | \' ;plrl\Htd acquired 1>\ It. voiir lOIs, IMK.IO or putcils ot Ilwd.HI'IOIf .RLND. *
pi''lrll.it v i I 1\'II"nH a ml, HUP"ol'11"m., kii-4 oi, iiiIS' IM- uppl..1I ui for HIM olijfit In or about Its busl- In the

t 'u.. .v I thvi.of, who .IM' tjuilillfd uiitlt-r, 'In l huncqulti I"IH. I Itl.. t..iiM'tJ: ..t. ,,NH to mOIl gag.. or pledge any Ivlngnnd I.lnR ..0101.of J.V.. SIMPSONDKNTIST.:
osKolu and
HOWARDPaper DI
G. lh,. I lawn of the* :Statt I of l'l lot nl ii und i i I maintain and, oporatt pbintM, \."I I; s. Htofkw hfiiuln or oth,.r obllKatlonn or li.IK I and 4 Ht.l.i In Hloi. ,to-wl. .

,'it\ of KlKHlmim... t I'i hold ,,..ilI.N .'. i \\ att IISO"i.H. dams. p"l s-s. polo I linos I ,tnothtr i iopirt \\h1ch mabt> ni- of .rtaln II tifV m I.

( '..",,lIdal., lot I ill lltllliH Hlllll HlKIlit conduits I I and HUhw-i\s for tl) production ; fjulitfl I h\ I It I ...'..1'... nnboinlrt or ..ul"tl'lolol, Sr ct 10'" -all. fractionalHiitloiiH .
II.
'n"111 to tin' ..fr.tI I III Halo of nthc. idltg.tit.nM li\ It IHHIH Intuind ,
stipulation or a"lili i I Kuppldlnti ibut Ion i : or -
.1. S
Ii IS 22. 24
Hanger and Painter I ha il, If thi\ .iri oin. fif two tantliditiHlot .1..II..I\ for l.hl h"al pnwi nnd to Iunran"'" anv' dUltUnds. or 1itItgi211. 12 InJ fractional fowl"hl.sictli'ii IH Upslairs in l Katz Ilulldlnir.
tn\ i.flli I. ""tlvlnu:: tin' hluhfHtUilml. 1'1' .I ) UH. hl< lictrlclt la hfind or or other obligations -

-._- ,,, l. of voliH In tin. Hint plinilri \ oh', maI... itlliiOd. : to m.i ". ami< 1".rOl1 rontriKtn'if .nd part.' S".of i I-H.\on ,.IR.<.iilu Township Count* 20 FI.r.Iea. SItittig. OPTIC* HotiRs': I ? a.; .n>> t.B 12 m-
I 1. lion t to I hi In Itl on 'iai 'h S I ml: I r 30
i ankind I ,, :
Work Guaranteed '4. a.'jiiir. 1\"IH. 1 ronat rurtin anil .i'H'i Ipt ion and In . to official I plat of to5:30p.: m.
an
tin ) ." '11 H'' I''"_ if Ji.'tltloli, t tiii lo ''I 11,11 If) intatti and. optintorkKand, ). plants i':, rT'\ I hig:: on MM liiinlniKH or for tin .. ..c..lno lili'd I In the ofnci. oftin Telephone No. 76 Jun 0, "
,,d. i I tin, fltlnw TB cnndlflitih f..r' foi tlu. .., .. of wat.'r to of I.talnln" oi. fill t tl'i'ing aa\ .. \ 1,1
"rll, ,'... irid, l that If thi,.v' ncilvi' tin. pu. .upplrln" .U'.H. I < lik of 11 '.11'.1 Court .r nal.I
If thinking of having done tin 'in\ < Its \ :, >;' ''I. ( ',, in t I. ) ""I'I"H.| to, ,I. anainl all Li"H l of ,
any 0"1' >
l oi\ -I 1 1I"IIIIo..r..r \ ,.I'H in I the h< t olidiimi tin' inh ibllantfi tin I'.."f. I11.t '1 an,1 i 11".1 l tlilnuM ,in,1 to < x..ri.Iff. mix' ami. ""1101 In 1'lif Hunk\U"81. I ) R. W. W. CARSON

please notify me through the P. 0. |', \ 01",1"11. to I I". h'I.I.I on 1IIa'I'h l .ill in scary '.t. a ppai, 'attiH and. .111 oi' )In.r poi TM \\ lit, It a.." .u 111..rHhl.! 1 1'Ho:, .. 41 and I lidirdiil onput.

"I''h] l |, ]I'n: r.., t tin I oflltis foi whlihHi tt.i.ltiiiil''M fn'uP""I I i i but ton ni IH' ,M, ,n, itnt :il p, IHOM inlll, ,I.i.11,1, ) foil.. .iiilii.l to '
I ii ti i. anI DENTIST
I t i ,it', ,,ttiilhl.iti I t III'I, v will t 1 1 \\llh.t t u i mi'nl and\ sit. Ih.r IH amihi,'Ii now, ,M i O'i5'.arl, r nii\ on, in th Hilil aitlon III-. till?1..

J. G. HOWARD .1 ill' tw II," il' t indiil, n"\ r..1' :MUI )It. oflli ')1.. in:inuf:M t ui... pin I haH" ..i., ot) In'r- I h, alllh".I..1 I I l ]11\> I"" 51,1'I I" u 1'UI: lh on I., imo Ih,'

42-il nd t It. ,nn' t ti h,. ill\ "I'" \\111" I I.. In I I.i I Muih \\ \I. ,.'I|tnii.. TilT"1 to n.'11 ami .k.n.iull\ I II I I IM I III, iii-l ," I Unit, ,ill I I..I.-! ,tli, ,III111 ,"' !. ami sann I that,, Infiult .1.. OfC oxer Cole's JewelryJStoreOffice
IlIi-iIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIiII I . 1 'U I ::1 It "an.t will t I I I In u i"il I i inu I, "i. 'IlI'H't tl .t..t in I I..... and (I" i'nnstMK, t I. .iiii'Iii.' I h < I I- .11.1! pl\\ ,"H I Hp 11t.,1 .Illll i,,t I'I,Ills, H ,1.0 tin .of Jinlumi>lit will Ii tIll m.ii I
l'h. t '111 I t '.MI' in I 11 I t.. ..11111 I I Ih< I n 11,1 t nn ** n Hour: H-la 1-6
in oi In, 'i \\ ts. 'K' |iHrt 1 is- liold.) ) in.uii- < >>" i in.1 In IhlH 1C11IgI ..h Htmll txi I
1i.'i, II" I .illol' t I.i. In "'." il I In 'h' g. nI III.. ind,., opi, i al' and) I" H..II I. fI, iu< r.iitg lit \\ ,In,, i.. fit' In l'wIH.i i.x pi..Hm ,1 1. i li Halo) IklllllHt\\ltniHH!: VOU tin liin.I .mil H' .il) I Ilu. I'l' Office phont J5H

I I.,I I I i 11'i I ll I 1 1 ll.ll. .I till Ml UPI'''' 1 Iha': I'an. .. a,1 < oll .1..1""' pi:intH. 'and in I p..1 ii -I*; 1 I.ph. I I.. I,"\\H. I 11.1 i I I l r, I . \ I' I'llI. ::4 I ,' 23tas
.1 nCHid.ne
-H'l"H"l"H"H"H"t"H-+-M-+++++ ,'ijl'.I.t rm, tlr\i' ..ollli' i.' i t\ Ink th) , ,, still I II \\t\ .. f,. '.. i\ of 1"0" u '
:t '.im' i'i tlon. t i h i. u I ith I to d I.'al III) food I ( i i in ti in Infw" '1 .II I IM.Il; VM I
E .igl. hi I nunI,' i i'.t.I .u M 'In MH.I s""..ml I Ipitt. 0. of I < mlniiiiMti'ml for extraction of
itoin I I ilniiH' ofn I
pi nd in iI t "los in\ .Ih.r OHIol Cntinl\ llotldlMM .. teeth
I. sin
I i .,.n |I. ,tlon t.l.I hI.1 1 111.11 <'h Ii'i To 1 \ nd is It t r'' it \ I K, or \* it. IiI iiis| ,. a'I, .th.r pat..iki: .ipli In thus 7'-- 'M 1 11 , I

i iI t.F.', I '1'"1': t Lii's 4.S i i,nt, .iiions, ,in ins,, .ind pi i I- h.rt.i Inn I Ih.1 i Hi I i.' .IJ'IH Jiifl portis -
CRAYSTONE 1.IHI..f Of Him In !,<' Illlrtl MT'S 'I" 01..1 |II| .I.I, .I | I I,HIS. s ofthis K IIII; t'i'-i't I,":\ I'. I ))1 R (
I I''h: ;. i ,mi In t Ih. i l Mv t 'of 1":4"111' '1 .. I ti U< .it'qul I-. a p)pi.o)pi till ,'. pur |> j"i .IL.I" ,i ]>h hill In r.L.I.I us I mi IIIJ nurt. Illfcol. ( .

Il It.l, ,nt,," '|.11..10".1." I .. voli fn ,-ij.l| I pi nil i h..H" H.I 1.1.nl, Mm Ts. Hiipidwnd, f lit .mil ,p. 11,1. MI, "M< t H I nl i pi.\\ i b iin.-Il. Pm. IIt.-k t ... tt .C" .lIar- I DENTIST
1 s i sli.ill I I havt t"i h. "' -r.
"
: .: : ii .z ht t \.0\t tIII ni-h' \\ .. i Im' ITT ,ik"tl ion,. iMII ,
t. ; : 'I'tp I 1.1"lr. '" ii" i I" I
OPEN ALL THE TE** :+: I, -,. |'| illlll I.I il'M I fill 'um 1 h"I'I.. mm' \1'I I.I ; :I. I ,.\. |1'.r.I.1 i .1111 II1 OHII; d\m: (ISCKILA I'llARMACY
1"IIHt".1 'I. Hi- I Inl i. , .
'
+ im i 'imliil" .Hifoi i \l.iu I .IlL I us' s mi,1 1 I .,"', ) ..in till). .1/ I. Mv
I 2.60 3 +1 i 'H' ',imliil, "" fm i 'I 1. i I Lin ..111 0"1' HI I".h' .In. "' ,, -h.III I., | ti, ,10) "t..rl I 1 .1'i ft' .\n\ ..t 1" 111,0 lom..tlourK : s:'mi' to 12:00
sf to .60 n T day. '. mini, f.., , "I lit. i pin )pos. S.It"i tin '' : .II P..II.. I I II I 1 ".,ifl. l Non
it. It. \.ii- r '.1 1'1,1"' HI dl" """ "'"''I .lS' 1\11.11,1.) i Iii, . 1",1..1 I I ;:00< l 10 5:01);( P M.
Special by week or month. a. I I"III., ,I, ,11,11.1, I It. t"I UHll<, ll .Mi t '1.t\ I T.I ... .iiuiI.| .0-i, l"' I I. IS. 10 I .",,1 'I 'I Th."I I I, si",.| | c 1 1"'I.r' I "'111.' I \\1'' t I I 5 ll IS I,,,11., . I th I ,1I ''" 'h. i" I 1 -- ,
i .III 'h'I. --
l i tI n I tint, .unit-" \ uiK *- d., ,,. ,I"'h" , ,, .'ili- ). ,t.t'i, 11 tin.Ii.. I 11,11.115 I .I I 1'0 I III .1 I 1'0| ".I"I s ,m,
'
:4 I: .. W THURHtN. Prip. R. D. PORTER. HgT +: 'Ih I .. i .m.,Inl.tt'.' M r. ,1, M 1'1I11", i IM .t I II ,i Hum, s .Il.i t pi |". I 11'I ',. .. .",1 I .s "It"I I , S I ,.,, ,,,,,.I I"h I FI. :Million' 1 t..II.IH, "J"I! I ,II.IMM' \ on \\ 'ii", \I. l ii, A. PANS A.1P4yW f. ClUWrOBD
"It v i olllif 'll) I lol, 1 vt o \:11"i .. h i ,1 ,, i! ', """"l 11 ' . ,
I. .i i
'
:n t.. 111 .s .
::1: Us n" s-, ",n l "t t'h. "'.. Illl" I ''I' 1 ]"l i-al''h I K ,, ,1st I" .I.i '? ,",, ,
+++++++++++++++++++++4+++ < .:,in.',',"rf..mill.:,, '.I;Hi. foi: Mi'mln r '"it i it\ I i 1"1",0\I inu. .1'thi. i.,,mn i.,1 tStI'tIIZ.' i disiii" 'ill ol, I 'III V Th.I I II'o I I '.1 U ,$,,I .,.iiii.U, I 1"0,I, , ,ii, ..I.'t' t, M II Hon. K \ANS ANEW; : & RAWk'OIwArrUNEYSAT.AW
u f tut \ Ih.I'
4'I'Iic 11 "' ll I'! I
1,0 of lui
fuj. I nut i I.,, m I nsi nf \\.1.( t .r Ill let \ .tu .f lulII".1" I mlIns .IIO it l .1..t..1
tiinllf) Inn ., ,. "cjl"''""" , 'h. I I in.inn.l' I 1.11' .s ?? !,.?, .1| |I" ,'h.(,
1'1 miions
i .i.l 1"l is mi a uy IH l < tiuinriiiMi' ; I.,1 '
P ii h Is.'rssn sI.MtiIig to h.Ih'H t mit" ."'i MIL.' .tin) t mist, "'&lion hiiwnit MS |t., I U .in. .1 I I FI' Million 1 I".II u s i J'> nun < 'I I l I Ii '.f t. I i Mint I 11 C'"I.,' ?,,".1!',. s. "I,I1

n''inn .print,1 on (is.-. piimarv .1 I. I"II..n .,mil, t I'. 1 1 .ins.it t Nil b i btisin' ,' -s ."i-. """ ''I, I ...r s" ,.1 sIsit! I,. '' ,H'' 'a" of oI ..i hI, C'.I I .,.. 1"o.tl I Jn,| IIM I I .
;; DUZOB ,ballot. an tamild-ite. for any eltof ni i IK Ins ,nit nt I IM i < .1.I.. 1''lfl\" "I II"IIS.ill'"I :1, ,.II,,I ill H' N "f lImit nml, , i anil, I hv ,111' ,.r nail, ) | XN iii, Onii .. ::1,1 ..f. I"nH lUnh [itnikiI5.
If.JL. lli shall lih .chairman .
m i with I tin of thlH of I
nt have ,
.11'1 I I.
.. foi Mlhn tin,' e lltiiir., lioltirnJ1iin hi' v if I tinoitotii Kinsimmee
'lommlttii.. on or before Filiruaij. Jri -I-I o ( iindlll 1 1 Nt oTt ol Ht K I 1.. \ of '' 'Itiilv in Ih.. Florida
rollowinu
II! ) .!, his notlct. of ,'nnlld-n\ and v in..: and u ,$ ..111 UK. of u.nt.i .il nn I'its. h.I"" < mil I aeh nhall .IH pi.f.ii.,1, ,I HI"'k) IratlB f.r application . of
to hahis . ha, 11" a' 1'. oi anf pt"< 1.1 k I..t ofIIH 'liI' h..II"'H.f, 111' pi f i I r.i HI 01 )Is HIII Ii, 'tr..IH 11,1. Hllunti. l\lltlt
a blank to be furnlxliicl mnn MO prlntidupon l bv' tin. I M lIMllN., in"t'htlHM \ HUpptl..H .,Itul.,, I I.. inHtlfl, to, riil\i t \\hiii ;mil,, IH. ]h.0 ami Hinl "Ia'IIIK I. of In Inrld tin ,(....,"" of I iMi.nl..i ] 10 I D. (;JEIGEK.L .

chairman of thin ('.,Iiiriiitt.",'. and ..neoinpanli'd .. nil UindH I ,., of in inu f,n't ii red' 1.1'.lu.s. I mil) from I h., HiirpliiH or 15.1 t .nl. i l.olM it and I 12 In i ms-ss't -
'1' bunlnt of hob of thi i'in \ 11 h' ill\Mfnf1s at 11..k IJ I.Inn a
by the o i at i \ on II HH w ( .ratl"" si n
H"H..m..nl. as apt clht amount'd i 1"low.of ami his I an sib. nnd i'tahl ,dt.ab'is In lii.'Ht andnn t In l .iti. of HI.' <'ti I.'n'-lit ((7) p-r annum Mtihillvlnlon| of i'"' lamlK, lt \\iii ,\
non at 1""lu.tHT. ,mil, no iitoi.' Ti it-sit''lilt.tiilfi, on M..ol Ir. I..wl /1 fraction I a.-- ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW
of
inn an) such candidate Hhall I beprinted 2. I If .
Real Estate ot ht"t, ist. tin I, .prifiinil. I I In. t-umula- 24 TO"'IHhl" Jrt I
oi \\ H< ijmi Klork j
upon or counted or returned if I'u"luH. Hhnl H. Ii". 2"i'5. and II
printed upon a fly such ballot. unliHHthis and to HI II and K<',..-ralld.'H! In Huh tl\i ttiii,1 shall b*. lint >|i i li.fore ally' I HILl) J Million fiaitlonal is. I seitl.Mi u I I Office State Bank Building
shall and HI a food of all UliniKTo ilu It.t,,, on tin' common Moik shall .1.r.r luwnnh'ti' ihs .
pro\l..lon have I 1..0 *
t Form of llallfil. compliedwith ...."HI..U..I l'U"'hIH.. oi ot i.I \IHIIK hi pild or net aHI .. for the same : loilda. aiiortliiiK". 1 In to outoli, Ci.nniv'. I Kissimmee, nona )

TI.. voting. In said primary ltctionn "il u I M/, II ,]. .wn. 1"t..ln i i and I'rl.d. HO I that If. for am til.riod dlli1.nilH l. : of Id, sitisili''iuis Illi'd im In ofllvlal islet
shall I..> bv ballot. in compliance. with H.I I I and to i opu rat<. KMI 14'* H alt in it \ tit tti. late of Kevin per i t the proviHlonH of the State primarvI.IWH I hil., ..h""H ((71 is.n' annum shall not hav i- !h....n Half (In'ul Court of I
outitv .
on 'thi , .
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA and the namf of thf. cat.IiI.it.'s '. C ""HI. ..1 pun.ha. MI. oi M In.i \* IH paid mi th, 1'.f..r'.1 Hloik, I the KUMI I Illll and r.... 24h I In of \ .
and) il..fn? I \ Htmt ill Ii, I l I...for. ... 1'lal I..k Atlorney-at-Law.
for each ofliee. to In' voted for shall, Iw "< .ul"] ttul lalllail ".1"1'11. 5'in paid mivillv I ..ii pa ". 41 I Iy.
arranged on the ballot In alphahitical Mini to s,')II) h.I..I... intiK HtiiuriintH hil.'iil,,, thall .' paid UIMIII or nilapait i an. 'th.r. f..r.-
irimlnd
.--- order 4 .D.... of HfrtumM. pa ? U s ;.tn, lint'Tn*'nt niut tn'.0' 1 i I. HOI. In for t IM. cr5115 mon ntock In theint I .to th.. Hah.1 intloit on lh, iii lo|, IIDpiai | Collections) and Conveyancing
Thin eommittee shall mt 11 at .iKht:: -I.. IU"hi""' or nt lit rw Im' '..|iUlr 10h.I,1 i \ of an\' liijulilat or .1"oolltloo'' In Apt II I 1"1:1.I : tin. .1.1
lulnu I th. 7th l Spec ia I
o'c lock I* M on the 81 h day of Maich. "WI. ""-. h"I'I'O"'i or ot hirv. is. or winding up lihethir I daof .\prll. I 11113! .111.ami that, In il, fault I ics.I .
I lii 3. Irt the City Oouin-ll. Chamber' of IL L ('ount. to Ht or nt rw 1st* ln\oluntarv of the ... thnholdiTM .
,1 tin of
.rporolon. n Ju.lKiii.nt I will I I I h, .nt.ndagaliiHt I I II I
T S.H. BULLOCKREAL the City t>f Klssimnif and pubhrlcanvasH > Sit.1.5".. of timbt and t tlmb* r i l btsnnd of I the pr..r'rr..t oh.1 ou Broadway.

i : the returns and tltilaii. what ,I 1"muH, and to inanufat'turt buul > hi mii''ll..t to be p.ld full both IIIN hand ami HI al thin 4th ,
Wln. -
candidates have been nominatt i bv a haul I. dtlw I I Haw IIOHH and Hill or plir o/ their Bhar. and th. un- d.y 1.. A l I' 1913 -----

majority vote for each office voted for otbt rv,'IM.. d.al In timber luffs bark p.lt dividends, aet'rued thireon before hrulrv.I. 11 INCIIAM ( F. KRIBBS

: and In what cases the. second primary .pulp and any and all articles and products ally amount shall be paid to the holders 7-91 Sherin Osceola County. Florida. J.
1 election' will have to be held' and the made thorvfromTo of-the common stock and After the .
: 4 ESTATE chairman and secretary of this comnitlee. acquire own. work Ipa..e.. mort- payment to the holders of the preferred %NOTICE ATTAC1IMK ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE,
'
r > within two das thereafter sell and dispose of any stock of Its par amount and unpaid 01 IU
%****** ***%%***m*%** Raconvey. f
a numtr ronrl. Ox-coin C'o..C
shaTH, certlfy the names. of those candidate la 11. .", ores, mineral ofrl.* of dividends thereon the remaining assets KlorH. Examination of Title a Specialy.
INSURANCEExamination receiving a majority vote for all kinds mining and mineral and oil shall be distributed to the holdersof Id.I. lloark 's 4'. A/ "C.w.r.

any office to the city authorities of riahtarid metalliferous lands and any the common stock pro rat a, according Hlfwers, Defendant, And to All Notfcation and payment of taxes ofnonre.idEnt

Klsslmmee as the nominees of this Intorost therein and to explore, work. to the number of shares outstanding Persons titled Int.r".led In the Above ";0- given careful

part for the offices to be voted for at t'x.'rriso d<.\elop the sam v, and to man- and without preference. or Any of the Land. .

,' of Titles I h. general city election lo be held uf ii tun and transport all kinds of Any part or all of said capital stock U.relnar..r J..rlb..d.You attntion.'pAT
} a March 2'!<, 1913 In c.".... a. ........n.. prl uts nit-tain and mlmials. and th.. product inabi- iiiS'ablsitlser In cash or Inpiopirtv Mill take notlie that on 'the 4th

: m ir\ la ncciSHar this committee shall H It".r labor or .r"I..H. at a just daof I-bruars 191. null WIIK HiHttt1lt.fl .

: mitt at X o'clot k. 1' M on March 1 fiand -i..* putthiHi tonstrutt. in.iintain and valuation I.. be HXII) l 11'Ih..' Incorpoi.itorK i tlKlllllMt i 'U. .\ SttlMllH 111Ih. J JOHNSTON

\ Specialty. likewise: canvasa the turns of I ''SI ,pli't H. "hl"'H. wH.houH.H or hv. t hf. lilnitorp.. at n mi...tIIIK I llllllllV < I,Illl Of "'H' hot flllllllN
1".t. .
I h.- fl.ild HI.roni1, prlmirv and, likewifn I ind ,to t'111\ tin lbs iUMIILiifl' of w nr* ,...11.." for au<'h purpoHi. 1..1..1'1.. In itta'liiit., nt l\ H I 1..1'k. ATTORNCY-AT-LAW

: miki' t.rtlltiatt. to autborltliH. of )h"u i tt'nn, ti, ,nd "ha.II.'H; (i Tin. .llh.rl7..t tapltal utot'k mav bIsMinil .' ,".llhll l I / writ of .lad",1 .
Correspondence !!Solicited. tin' "mln..a tin'rt'of I l.iu.irs 2ml 1'in! i\aH, IO-II I
: 1. HUI\ .S HuhdlI.I. im pi' ouni \ 1 for at mull) tlmi 01Illll. ] IH..I..I! hv tin Cllilen Bank Building
A..m........ .1" \t Ion 1 1.,1. foi put'pom'H of H.ilit < s .Itl.l upon; Kill h ttllN| S mid ,011dltioiiH I i. I il It of I I tin i I "U"I i.nut I unit. I sialof

\ F">i' tin. pnrpoH of dd.lnl( tht. ,'x- "I 1 i.'t 1 IHI.. iiul tS. ijo and ''i foi ni .IH tin Hoaiil of ninrloiH, mavili , nlil, Court. on I l's 1.1 IIM 1'2.,1,, 1 191 1 1anil Kissimmee Florida _
."> UNI s of Ii.ts'o primary *.1..tloIIH.] nil I I IIIII"H I 'H" df ul I foi. t tu. dt.\ i I""wnl ,.,0. !I. i mln. liinl, r ,mol h> vlilln t . writof
< 1m ludtnK t In p iv mi'nt of iiiMl.O't] t ors linpt, 0" i nn'nt 1 ,and,, in, ,iliaui m<'nt, .r I ;itlitf'linn nt I 'tilt V5 I..v Ii.il. upon votniiiultv .

1 I '"111 i t let ka print II.K of taunts ..tth <. intuit, foi I it Hlid .. tiad. ,'. ak.ii''till UM' .M 'IK I.I. 4tpotttlon III tin follow' Ink, 0.i s, rlh.1 II.IH Louis MAMKY T, ri
: .' following:: U""HHm"ItH, art. 1 1"I'd l 111 tiUHllH" MHI 'h is ..., ) Tiavi, 151 L'5 M. liLt.'H or .pnraiilH .,r II'','. Hlluati', late. Counsel for Judge f>,..L..
; J. AV. Thompson against |uris i i'<.<.11\4 (.a ml 11.1.11't l M for t Ih.. 'I o 1..luL..lu'I .t UMI. nn \ itnl null. "I"" '1 its f..I."al., .h.l rim. |M,rpi'ttiIH I Iv IIIK i i .mil 1..110. I In I In. i .lnl'I ,.r i is.- lorldm I H. l omm. rlmlnal Court

\ ..I.IUH ..rn..H to hi. Illl. <1M tit otitiv\tHt' ). dinpoHi' of in\ al,1 sllLIT 1.1\ ..,,1 to I i I pi,t ila ll\ oil nnd H'.t.' of ,.'1.,1.1.i I..,.|It
.i\oi'. I Im'*' I sill;" ra IL 1< I I. KIJ ppltt H and in:M'ht n' nr .",, 7 ami k In Itloi! k I 12 i In ti.u u ntihillvlnlf.ii . wI; JASSKY &WAKI.OW

( FUNERAL DIRECTOR < 1rk. TI"r. .. 1.,11"is.ii. r. MS. 1 \ tit tliHliabb. ii 14'i oiiin, t ion with tutu 1.1: n.Tin of I'i Main, landn uf \\1 .\

t i -'.. ] .iHun" 'V)hi .... 1 >..I II lit i *. I tin. .fi''' ,uliik I puipoHi M. .hJ"I I ts And lu'1n"'H..r, tin' i IM ".poratlon xliallIn 1I1..I I Si I. ,i I .,11 I I f."I,1 i Hit. ATTORNFYS; ClJNsgl.Lo9AT '
if',:, andLICENSED Marnlinl an
\ TH. ,'. hu\ "w ,n,, opi i lt.t luIIJ i t xie'iid. mini,, \'t if es'-lr..Hlili) HIM. 0 H""r'la.t .%'. anila 1C.tiiki 3", I'. mil, ..ih,",.|| HI 5-I lion LAWn.I'li1rVc"'l

EMBALMER :l1"lIIb.'H i tit\ <',,,ijii.-il. On,' Dollar H.II or tit ht, .I ,IH*. .IHI"'H") alI. ,1.nIH U T., ,INUIII'. anil .u. h otlnr .rll..8 1110 Ia..t nl b H''"itlon l I'. To". IHhll 2fi, s "" the Cour.of the .Ut and ot
j InN|)"f i|'TM 1.i.i tti ,in.IL.d i t ..0 .1,11' .f ;mil, I auintH mav from tlim iitmig u I; I ill OHI ol I.i ,lltmsis I Flo.- Suilm. . 1.101. lh I or Id. RmUnmd -
I Opposite Courthouse '].-hi- follow. 'I IIIR IIIHI"'O..H' and rlorkHT4 5 )i .'iI 1 I n i ,".g. kiM; I Ii'". or 1., ( htdthii I In. ,'I.'c 1.,1 ,or appolntiil' l. .ucl,, l",tm.> lila. .iiiordmu' I lo an ofllilal. "))11 ofHald tunimlMi. .nd te inteiststs. C..nm.rv.
h..r..y t d"Hll"nal'd to Conduct tht* xiilolU IHI.." hi. 'I I II"I Oimmiruiiin
\ hit ,intn MII in"i of V..tIsI. or lio.inl of l >lrirtoM i'.nHI.tl"" of not L in 's 'I. .f
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA sill 1'lm..ry .I..tloll l J ftii u t I In ".".uLI'IUI' oi,' pi I od IL st ion I of I hIss I Ilia n thru nor mini. than thlr- tin' (.I..a'1 of tin 11'tut i ...r Haiti 11-11 CIIAHI.K Tf.K III.'".. ORLANDO. FlA.
INSI'I-J'TORS. .I M\ < :;mint, 'r. II I M ( 'U'I' on tin 24th dav' ,. .
ot ii, I' .pi od liii H, or t th. M .tLI' t. i.Ii in.'ml. Tin' numlxsr. of lllrtf- \uicust M
-- "H+*H- ton, J .V I-.Hi'\Ht i Cl)..rk. I K ..1 1'1 ) ,.t. I Iiistisi'Hs) In 'H'.JI lii' JudR-. tots Mliull .I In.. l ls' tin run ami nionl.il |J'lai| | nlk |J ?? _._ 1,1

f \ ans .\gri. w I nn, ni .I.' tin, jI,,tiI .whih.. 1 ....toi M . ht* In tin. ll> -!.. \\Ix..t ; lists. .to..kh"I.I'r"to llni,-. midtin pan 41 I I0" : JOHNSON
r\ i MIIMU I (1 \ in I Ih, ii'foi. j\ NDHI\
r."I..1| t
t % I 1 ,, Hhall -
-- -- ( on,i ,i t'I..d f Oi In < on ( tlonH .rl'.H In ,1..1 or appmnliil I. ititrsLtm'
,1'11 tn .
tin
\v I B.\HS. i Htld action
Ch
i rman on tin rule ,dav
Itt h ,\', ,or anof, an lr's'nhiil't b'hIi.. H\-I.auH.
". \t.tr .uHII..H..H. II, .\pill. I :IllS:I, tin. I.,.. .. ATTORNEY
( 11 \ Hami Int ih I 7th i
Th ; AND COUNSELOR
tin. in or "hl.h w )" .1.1.1..1. ( to Maim piTHfin hold I two or more AT LAW
p : Tested and Proved Good .11 oi, all of I In.. lint'H hUHII"H" oflliin. ixiipt ntt"a\manlhirwlse I hipiiHiilhfd dl1 tlitiiof of \prll, l'H3! and I that) in. ,1.. .,1 Will Practice
will in all
.
j.I".t' |l. '
5' flitII t Minenillnu I: I I bo\ na iii.sl i |h>' the Hj-l.iwH ualiiHt' vou .I'r..d Curt
'1 is'siiIiI'i| b\ i grit nt. LIasigliTliethi t t or Tin, I State and Fteral
\ **F.tInfl ::r; ..f the lafrli..rnl .. follovtliiK I ii.lmilI'lI 1'rHO"" shall \\ltnisH t m\ html I ami I H..I 1 I 4lh I
: Freshness as well ashighgrade ot In, i \\ IHI n nd 'to hold) HU,'b fraut.'Ihses. thl. Office
quality. I to dav, of
h. oftlfiiH i tin adjoining !
I "II..t 1".I.r.a. .\ I It t'tll Broadway
.
I "r llnnnf en of the < lt> of ilMMhi.ifllt| K rantH, and,, l ht H friuii illunict.j.littletoijttiH of I .. hu"l"s.
Call for what want the C"nql"v until the curs I.. II Citizens Bank
you in r..lnlln" to flit %l..r.Mr .f. "%ale ur I .... and, t' within the tStalo wf Jlur- .hal hi. il.itid at the firstl.'ctltsn nf I 7-91 Shi'rlfl 1'HI.1\I. KusimmecI
Ida and I from I thi. StOle of Florida, _____ _Osc..nl. Florida
GROCERY LINE of 4 rrtalit I':i,1,1..pltI. F 1.1..ldH. oflliirs fif "alt Companv Hhall I IM. tiualIII. .

I I.:. U .,...'* 111..1 I I InII ..h. ','ii', it 1 .I It"' .I lln r HIII"H, tu' g.iv-roin.-Ista or....niuni- .dW "UTI' I. *'OK !': Ml.ll '"I'---- :I K. II. IKNI.NS a.. WOOOHAMJ
I I I be
,11.1 luth..II..H RH ma > in unary H ('HA"'I.'oHI'. I'r.siilint '
< v if KlM" ,"I1I" .1' t II or dor to piin.t.-, and L I' VANS UN 1'V. I >| p.trlmi'nl I of h.I I lit I ",' l r s Land

I s. 'Ml in 1 l'li.it. 7 o..to", '.:. of. tin. fa. ,'llllatt. any und all bunin'HS of the I I'AT JOHNSTON I hi'i' V..Pr..all..nt. oflli... at c.iln Hvlll. ENKINS & WOODHAM ,
t oi poi I a I J ). I il. U'AUNnit. I'loilila" Fib
< :.i, i .il i .IIIn.r, tin ( '11\.1 l KlHul lon Tr.'itsur-r. i .j a lr 1 tNotUi
I 1 o v for obtain I Rlster II
1 Ipl pur- andV H ) ). 1 I' A. VNHONI''V.
slliilm I t" .iminil. ii I H., IM t tft I.. i . as I.I"H.( ', l'IH.. or ot ,rwluo to acquire and I A CHAJ'tH I ) n I \\AII- IH Iniihv I ulvin, lhat l.vmnn SURVEYORS

,MowsSi .). """-. opt rtt.lv and Introduce. andto NEil and K. n, VANS AiNI'shall be I I.' Nit In.n ..r oraiiki. C,'nsi'r. Fltir

i i (lion' J:i". So p 'rnilt( lo I lo IH8u.,1, Melt. asslKn or otherwise dispose 01 the DlrietorB Ida. 'hfi,0,1 Nfivimbii. 24 I Illll I Kiasimmee FloridaMONEYBROKER

toi. tin Hint"ag.. or k.....pint::; for HIII orUHI Ill) trid-markii. trade names patentShmprovements The first election of Directors shall made lisisi'lItl'fld Kntrv Si...111. .J

of uaHolim. '. I I.. nzln.. or nmhtrin, ; .n Ilv'nl.IH. and pro- be held on the 25th day of March 1913. O'jft'is.! for N'of H\v :....11.1 I 14. --
.
anof d In connection with or ne-
lh. t
IlKhl. i ,piodiiilH' of pitiol and Township 24 South Itiinge, 2S
thereafter the r.anl
f.urn... not . .ill I ,, ,-ir.d under lettrs patent of the Unlt- annual election of TallahiiHHff .
I XI i i n K ii ftc It I hut d I g..11 I Ulrertora shall be held .Mfildlali. IIIIH HI, d notnV:
at the
loim of nh artlrli or IIrt. si. hiinilrid. I t d Stat* s or ..1."wlHr. or otherwise,, OffIce and principal of Int.. ntloit to mnakiI Commutation,
of
RalloiiH In ill, UnliHH tin. Hum I Instorii and to use .exercise develop Irant., I plate business of the Corporation ""rn.r. til iHlabllHh ilitlm' to II",. land,

] III Haftlv' i.on.l..u'...d. apptoK d' Itel-oMIT In respect of or ; : March In each on the fourth Tuesday of above d..rl.<. I..f..... I h.I.k, of
slit, I or lion t.inkn .burlitl I OIIIMI.I.. ih. I u.. to account any such trademarks.patontH year ('eomr'nclnl with thi I I 'h "uit at Kli.nl Flor New
m inn-
:
the York
biiildlim ansi,, no t ''HH th.ut, thtii. r.o licenses procesaes and the year 1914)). Ir 1"lal holday. Ida. tin the ZRth day of s1ar'li. Itn Syndicate wi Finance
h..I..w 'lln' HUt-faii of thi. Klouml m, Ilk. or any such property or rlKhts and It a legal hollda) twn .n nt-u Claimant nunien as wltniHHiH K.llrcK.d.. W.ter. Mini.Timri.1lrrijmtln -

1111(1,1(. tin. lullol'l.' and not I*- tlim To ensriiKe In any other manufartur- 8ur< 11'illnur business l.ionard J Munger. of Orange Cen- 1) (l, S01"1Block. $IOO..
II v i fit-t lit hIH..n"11 lloor mtup InK mining or construction bu at ness AHTK I.K ter Florida John A of Or- up. f. 0. O.THOMACOM.

on a firm ft.,., .I i,it mil, Hiirroiimlt.d of any kind or character ."whatsoever,, f aiiKre I'.n I'r. 'ln.I.I.. J l..wln.v. Bass Sou K pr BMnt.tlv.I1S8IMMBB. F.

with noft ...nth m' Hand. will! tampid, and to that end acquire. bold own and The said corporation ahal adopt an of franCent..r., Florid..n,. William A.
Into plai. ami. ..."....,J to Illl amivent dlspoHt of any and all property. assets appripriatn'al.. and 1 adopt tty- .Sptixe. of Orange ('c.nt..r.-. 'lorlita
r'.r tin outHUli KtHolIln, Laws for the government of Its af HKN11Y
,.to stocks bonds and rights of any and (rilUIIK
t'nzti,. or naphlha. I. I I., drawn by every kind ; or to acquire or inaugurate, fairs not Inconsistent with Its Articles 10-r..p"l 1 It'gite't'. -- ". --- -. --' --
DIBBLE & SON pumpHonI> and tin H'HI..I..I.a".d conduct or dispose of any other bual- of incorporatIon and the Laws of the -
1' that. lh. I.II"'H will <1rlln b,irk to the ni-SM which might advantageously be State of I'Iorlda. which By-Law. may

it1 -' tank. HH that b>, no poHHlbli. actldintnnm I carried on In conjunction with the be .. ., as may he provided FOUR HUNDRED YEARS AGO
than 4>m' Kallon ti" iHtapt* Intfilln In said Hy.l.awH LOUIS A.
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businesses above SEARSON
or which, The Ponce
de
m.nton..d Leon
r "ul"lln" at an> "". time. ". provided : In the opinion of of Celebration
tht- I plpi' shah extend aH I the AHTK'I.K 7. Committee has set the dates of March
:: :: company. It would be
'. .' Get the Habit buildings htMl. as tht roof of the surrounding: I for this company to engage advantageous In and; The hIghest amount of Indebtedness 31, and April 1, 2, 3 and 4, for the PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT

,'4 2 All ordinances or parts which a corporation of this charactermay or liability to which the Corporation I great historic and spectacular
tr : th.I.ctol .., lawfully do and exercise can at any time subject Itself not event AUDITOR
.
ahal that
OF be. and the
: SMOKING A .ollc her'wlh. exceed double the commemorate the
? satin' .. To acquire by purchase amount of capItal wl -
REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" ar. r"Ial.d| or otherwise and to eubscrlpton. ,, stork authorized at H"h time anniversary of the landing of:
Head .
a first and time hy unanimous Commercial
sell or otherwise dispose of ntocka,, Pt.The Ponce de Leon upon the shores of andMuuIcIpaI'AccoutingIntematlonal
'i C'tiSeiit and passed In open seHslon bonds or other obligations of any corporation AITU'I.1 Florida. St. Augustine _
: : this llth day of Keby A. D. 1013 formed for or engaged In or names ant residences of the: extends a cordial -
invitation Incorporated
J. M pursuing any one or more of the kind.I subscribing locorporalor. together to al fellow citizensof Accountant of the :
IAN8IJLI. of buslneas. with lisa it shares of the the state
Attest Council purposes objects or op.ra. au and all visitors who' Accountants "

I: Sold at all stores who want J I fllMifettT. business tions above Indicated. o.- any other: by thorized(ach are capital as follows stock subscribed for may be within the borders of the Society.

! the best for theircnstomers Cl. rk of City of KlnslmmeeApproved trlclt>. or Involving other products the use which of elec-thlfc Name Land of Flowers during Ponce de -- Ierit ...

: : . Look for tFoion Label. 1913 thlsldth day of Keby. A. l I. or corporation owning la authorized to produce \ 11 !HAWJ'IHI.itesidinerNo Hlsslmm.e. of Shart-H I Leon Week.When P. o. In 877 nan offict

v'H N C. HRYANt or holding any property of _.._U ___h_unhu. . ; <
Mayor of City of Klsslmmee any corporation kind herein mentioned or ofany PAT JOHNSTON Klsslmmee, ""3.30 a man says marriage is a IISI..n, ru. minig[ i't'.; \

.. '' owning or holding the' Florida ----_._______:.__-_---___3,330, failure, he means he is. % 'r
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I FRIDAY(, FEBRUARY 28, 1913 .THE KISSIMMEE VAL.L'ay &IZETTL V I

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.n !Ii |Y ANNOUNCEMENTS. !Jfi I '

!fa ffi H. M. BREAKER +
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!ffi .
ffi; .
ffi ffiffi ; . For ,Mayor

: *" ' 1 ffiffi We are authorized to announce the

r-! : .K name of FRED W. BASS as a candidate '

.f' 'I '"' "''' ,for the office of Mayor of Kieelmmee. Do
Y;
: .. you
fi'EVERY' .
"
4 day is a bargain day at this \ . want.,

I hereby announce myself as a can-

4 store. Our stock is complete in ffi didate for Mayor, subject to the will r.

+ of the peoplo at the ensuing election.I an Orange . .: "
respectfully ask your support. .
bs every department? We can 'ffiJH
JAMES LILLY.
-' .. __, W. _. H _

supply everything to fur- I hereby offer-myself as candidatefor : Grove ? .
J
ry Mayor of Kissimmee in the Pri- i
!Ii mary Election of the White Man's
nish the home or run *! party and solicit the support of the ii
!fi
: white voters of the city. If you decide .
that I and will i
-- can serve you acceptably -
x the farm or grove I will be glad to do so. I feel
that my time would be worth more to
.
!fi xl me individually if devoted to my per- We have some Bargains in .-
;
sonal interests, but I feel sure that I
:J; !fiy can do the city good service at this

9c ; Mayor, however time ,in I do the not capacity claim that of I' Groves to Offer :f z'

S the city owes it to me to elect me, nor
'
do I ask any support through sympathy .
Osceola Hardware Company or for any other reason than .

|! | that fulfill you all believe the requirements that I can and and dutiesof will Big Money to be made in Citrus j

the office to the best of my ability
Hi !HiHi 'and in a manner that will reflect Fruit business in Florida, now. ;1

honor on the city.I .
!HiHi believe sincerely in a clean city,
!HiHi I the safe-guarding in every way pos- Compare the following properties :.;
sible the health and makingthe
public -
!HiHi city as attractive as possible in and prices with property you 'f
!HiW any way that we can without unnecessarily -

Hi W 111.fl Hi Hi;Hi Hi H?ffi Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi;Hi; Hi Hi S Hi; Hi;Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi; !Hi Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi; Hi; ffi Hi; Hi tfffi; further] burdening believe in the strict tax economy payers.and I see and be your own judge .Ate 1

o Y in seeing that the city gets full 100 .
cents value for every dollar paid out .
of the 1
treasury. Orange Grove. A twenty acre tract located on
i proceedings for his and other newspapers simmee left last Saturday for his J. M. TAYLOR.I .
: in the State. home. While here Mr. Vail purchased Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing;, marl road, two miles from depot on
[ LOCAL OVERFLOW ) a half interest in an orange groveat am a candidate for Mayor subject I located three miles from Kissimmee. St. Cloud road. Property has good 1 ;
I Laymen's meeting in Methodist to the action of the electors in- the'
Shingle Creek, which he expects to Good 4-room cottage and out-build house and three-acre orange grove in .
I (church, Sunday, 3 p. m. Ladies especially improve and will probably come down coming primaries. 1 respectfully so- ,
I invited. Subject, "On Border next fall to stay permanently. lie licit the support of the voters and ings. Splendid well of water, con- bearing. This grove will yield from
Subscribe for the Gazette$1.50.D.
Land." CJeo. I,'. Parker, leader. carried a lot of tine grapefruit home promise a business administration if venient to school and churches, railroad 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each

B. Potts spent Monday in Tampa. with him to show his neighbors and elected. station within 300 yards of prop- year. Sufficient land cleared and in t I' ,
I Pearce, bf\ Dussen former DOZIER LEITNER.
Syd er .
friends. Will sell for cultivation to increase grove to twelve I
$7,000.00,
on
erty.
very
.1. K Mason, ef Orlando, was in county commissioner from the fifth
Kissimmee Monday. district came up to the city last week (/rystal cloth, the new dress material 1'or Councilman. favorable terms. See this property or fifteen acres, and at same time can 'i

and spent, a few days attending to ], colors and white. )F. H. Lawson. I I hereby announce myself a candi- be yielding any garden truck desired. ;
Shoes---new ones coming all the i I
business matters.Mrs. (..rove. If in search of property that will
time F. II. Lawson. It The Laymens Association at their 'date fur the office of Councilman, Orange I I

Belle Modi has arrived from! meeting last Sunday adopted a resolution II and rci-prf: tfully] solicit the support ftf Ten-acre grove, half in bearing or- results now, and at all times while .' i
Subset i be for the (Gazette; and get Maunt Liberty Ohio where she has requesting the ministers of'the all the voters of t this city. I promise \ i while extending new grove, investi- 1
the other half in
all)) the Unit's worth while.C'hildren's ange trees, young) {
nrws U'lMi ill for the past several months. various churches to discuss\ at their the careful] gate this. This property is convenient "
if elected to give
same I trees. just coming into bearing,
consisting -
She uccompaniel home by Mrs. Thursday night prayer meetings this
dresses of Amoskeak was to town, has marled road on one side, ;
attention I
that
will wwk, the benefits derived from and to the city's interest of and I
Rose Huekmaster\ who spend oranges/ )grapefruit
ginghams, fast colors] F. II, Lawson. one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE .
sovcral weeks with her. what encouragement this movement would] to my private business. Elec- I tangerines. One of the very best ",

I Ladies especially)) invited to the Lanwn'M )'- deserves and to urge a full attendanceon \I'nIan'h; Wlh!! 1913.RPI'p.etfull I properties offered in Osceola county. GROVE '.
The ,new executive committee of the each Sun-
Laymen's meetings
Methodist church Sun-
,
meeting, \,
t the Hoard of Trade, elected at Mond- )', R. 1) WARING. Close to railroad station. Price Twenty-acre orange grove, all under -
day, 3 m. ;9,
p. i day evening's/ meeting, .is composedof day.W. $5,000: 00. Terms on part of pur- good fence. Railroad runs l,
I' A. Vans Agnew, Arthur E. Don- C. A. Carson, W. B. Harris, W. J. J. Sears, superintendent of public I wish to announce my candylacy! chase price. through grove; station adjoining t
egan and Lewis O'Bryan visited Jack- Sears, H. Clay Stanford, C. F. John- ] instruction, left Monday to attend for member o." the City Council, sub- school
the annual convention of the National property; good pndacburch .f
onvillt.Ionda: '. son and Frank Lawson. of
) to the will of of the voters
Educational Association, which is being ject Young Grove, consisting) of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. All
J A. Cranford of Jacksonville, i I At the Methodist church Sunday held in Philadelphia this week. Kissimmee" in tbo: approaching elec- grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia crops that can be grown in Florida
,.Cme down Monday night and spent Dr.) Sibeit will preach at 11 a. m. on lie joined State Superintendent W. N. tion. do well r ?
this If desire
located in Kissimmee place.
I p ucsday in Kissimmee. "When the Oil Flows] ," at 7 p. m. his Slieats and several county superintendents G. II. PUATIIER. oranges, Park, on you > 1
subject will be, "Has the Gospel Lost In J Jacksonville from which on the east side of Lake Tohopekahas a home in Florida write or call on us
Tampa Tribune:-I). R. Potts, of its. (;rip on !Men." A cordial invitation place the trip was made by steamer. been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will not be on '
Kissimmee editor of the Journal], I take this means of announcing my
these
ih ,given to all to attend I fine condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named.
Tampa Tribune-: S. B. Ault-
Councilman
published at that place, is a visitor to services. candidacy for the position of -
the city and was an appreciated< caller j'' man, of Kissimmee, who has been subject to the action of the property offered for $4000$2500cash This property we are offering for a
at the Tribune office. Mr. Potts will ]j'i I A Vail, of Arlington, Neb., who has spending some time here looking after 'I elec- balance in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell as a .
attend the Legislature] and the been spending several weeks in Kis- property interests, afc well as at Thon- voters at the forthcoming city
report
(6 i per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided into two parts if .
otosassa, has returned to his home. tion. I pledge/ my best endeavors fora '
Before leaving he could not resist the businesslike administration so far very rapidly. ..desired. 1 kNew
temptation of purchasing a new auto- r r
it is for holding that
one
as possible
mobile and handsome Carte
bought a ,
C. A. CARSON. 1. A. CRANFORD. S. L, L.UPFEU rear. Mr. Aultman is a great auto position to control.J. DO YOU WANT A HOME OF YOUR OWN dIf
President. Vlc-Pmld S".bonKISSIMMEE enthusiast, and makes regular' week- W. THOMPSON. .
ly trips in his machine from Kissimmee you have never experienced the pleasure of having a winter home ;. y '." '
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to Tampa and return. In making this my )announcementfor in the best section of Florida, a little place you can call your own, you bacI''J',' ,(' ,j

I LUMBER CO. '! A pretty incident attending the appearance councilman, I wish to promise the better get buoy, as the longer you wait the higher,he price you will ha.et.-d '-" ':: "tl JA:
; of William J.. Bryan on the ..1" : ,
chautauqua platform in Kissimmeewas voters soliciting their support that to'pay for choice properties like the following! + ". '. ', s

the presentation of a beautifully T shall exercise in that position, if
No. 464.-$3500.- New, modern modern six-room bungalow,
arranged basket of flowers by Miss elected.the best judgment I can com-

.o Rough and Dressed t c. Jean Caldwell. Following the intro- mand in discharging the duties and six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water, ,
duction of the speaker by C. A. Car- obligations] of the office. and cold water, electric lights, beautiful electric lights, tiled bath room, two

son the flowers were offered. MissCaldwell's T. M. RIVERS.I expensive mantels, new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. Located '
has the
garden furnished
PINE LUMBER floral decorations for many public nice rugs. House furnished complete, on Mabbette street, four and one- R'

affairs in Kissimnvee, and her gener- hereby announce myself a candi- ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of 'a
osity is as unfailing as the flowersate date for member of ne City Councilof 147% feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice \ tix'c
lovely. The vase of roses on the Kissimmee subject to the action of .
ing trees. Located in thretand
speaker's stand were there by the the electors in the forthcoming elec- orange
thoughtful courtesy of Mrs. N. B. Car- tion. I take this m thod of pledgingmy a half blocks of the post office, new six-room cottage, bath i'
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY son and Miss Elizabeth Carson.RICE. best.efforts in the interest of the on beautiful Verona street, in the very and electric lights, two porches, located ,

city in the event of my election. best neighborhood. Call and let on fine corner lot 74x117 feet y

-MH I M. B. WILSON. us show you this beautiful home. on Mabbette St. New sidewalks. A K

I am a candidate for the office of Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. nice comfortable, home. Price $2400. '

City Councilman, and respectfullysolicit No. 309-Splendid new six-room 9

the support election.of the voters at 475.-Close in home. This i ia is house, just inside city limits, fine deep 'f :,

the approaching E. H. HALL. nice little house of five rooms and well, lot contains two acres of ground }

bath, with modern conveniences, on .good new barn, wagon and buggy .

I hereby announce myself a candi- corner lot 75x120 feet. Within two sheds, all under good new fence. Fine : ; .

([ rnIrZNiSB\ ( )B 1L Vfltf' date for Councilman, subject to the blocks of Broadway. House furnished location for small truck garden or r :
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... _....''J ; A GAR OF RICEFANCY. action of the electors of the city in complete, ready to move in and begin poultry ranch. This is a fine prop- .

the primary and election to follow. I housekeeping, without, the 'expenditure -I osition where you will have the freedom ---.. \
of the country, yet .close enough "
in recall of who additional above the 'I
believe the every man of money
to enjoy all the advantages of the
Qf.ir) t )I\ML\ !IDThe .- LOUISIANA. HEAD doesn't do. his duty, publicity of expenses price which we offer the property for. city, such as splendid high school, best )1\\I' 1,

if> running the town, to be Price $2,200.00, including furniture. ,markets, churches. etc. Price $1760. .

4 f IT) the whole grain __-u_ 25c published every ninety days. I be- I
lieve that the taxes should be reducedin
Ifith white as snow ______$1.00 some way, and I think a commission KEEP YOUR EYE ON "PINE CREST." ,; 'I ..,

form of government would be Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located i i
Rice will is
keep and going
Aim of this Bank is to serve your \:t better for the town.: sub-division. k. ,' 7 '

higher-supply wants now. pd II. M. STEENAt r
interests beat.Striving your PINE CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette slreeUoverlook- .. "
rf 1 '
in transaction to attain this ideal is re- ; ; the solicitation of a large num- ing the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the best resident sub'N:: :

every in business. 13 cans Baby Pet Milk ____ 50c ber 1 have of the decided qualified to announce voters of my the city can-, divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs \;.: \: r'I

sponsible for its steady growth didacy for member of the City Council I croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people \( II :

With this perfection of service we offer safety for 24 Ib Quaker City Flour ____85c for the one year term. If elected, who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land ; ,
I will in the future, as in the past, ex-
account.It Peck best Irish Potatoes__31c ert my best efforts towards giving a I (10 build a real home,on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lot ,
your r
progressive, businesslike administration this winter. Call early and get your choice. Prices range $70.00 to $100. per .
active so far as is in my power to do so. a
will be advantageous for you to carry an A CASH PURCHASE DID IT I have during the past two years beenon lot on easy terms of payment.

with the job at all times. 0- 1
reserve account us.
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II. M. BREAKER.FOR ;
i AND LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE LOTS. '
MARSHAL.I .
i IT TAKES CASH TO GE'J' IT hereby announce my candidacyfor Of course every one desires a home'dose to beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.We .

AT re-election. to the office of. City have nice high lots, near the lake which we are offering at prices ; ,
4 cent
We on
Pay per : Marshal that are attractive. See these lots, get our prices and terms on them before l
F. W. PITTMAN.I .
tf-pd
you decide on a location for a home. i 4
Time DepositsELECTRIC WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S hereby announce myself a candidate -
for the office of Marshal and \

BURGLAR ALARMS L Tax Collector for the City of Kis "WE '' 1
SELL HOMES.
simmee, subject V> the action of the {.Y
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES' White Primary. I a

FLOYD TYSON. H.M. BREAKER $c. CO. ;}

I Dlckerson BlcI"C, Broadway; I am a candidate for the office of .
Presiden'L. Paul K. Wearer, Cashier Marshal of Kissiramee, and respect 1 .
Arthur E. .Doiefan, Pbeie 250. Quick Delivery 'i' fully solicit the support of the voters WEARING BUILDING, '- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA. .. : ':,, '

I! / .. at the approaching primaries. ,"
JOHN M. HANSELL.
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I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY' "' 28 lj
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I' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.
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._ _. .. ,... ....... ,. . WANTED-SIx: 'or seven '
-- . ,, - .. .. -- -" ---r--- i room's'n':
li I, PLURAL AND SINGULAR. r; -i--;; III iJ 11111 Ii 1'" 1I111 III 'for a permanent renter. Sou '

f I. \ close in. Address, ,P, ,o., BoJEr
\ i (From the Penny Pictorial) : KUsimmee.; ;tl '
,j.I , We'll begin-with
;I 1: 1iiiIOIlPI1iaILtL i is boxes, LARGE CO-OPERATIVE. coionyT;; \ i
\ But the. plural of ox should be oxen, 'I organized near Tampa, Fla., ,'-:'
FlT pe.
I. this Yrad at the rut. or ; |
.ill not oxes Adverti.emeata'are t..erted.dee, town being built, lot! and land f
l Then fowl is but. two are :, of usual at
\ one goose t'e.t. Per Line Fo 4 a h laertloa.FOR a fraction cost For rotor
.
I called geese, ,- - - - - -*- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 1111 ':' marten address N. R. White. Crr!"
: Bo1IvlI iiNIiIi144 Yet the plural of mouse should never 111111111111111111111. . . Fla. '
) tal Spring, :
t be mecso;' }, SALE. .1 FOR SALE:":Ten aches of ..good land 7-8t, j 4. :
I ) You find a lone mouse or'a whole i in Northwest Kissimmee, fronting .
may
TOMATO\ PLANTS for Sale rT< :
for M.
Suitable ,
tJ""f' lot of mice, FOR SALE-Fullblood R. I. Reds'eggs East: on Vine stree. Caster & Son, Lock Box
'0,. But the plural of house Is houses, not for hatching, 15 for $1.50. C. I fmall fruits, vegetables chicken,,farm.general JI dens/ corner, Bermuda avenUe 115, tatty.:
hice. H. Ulanchalne. trucking, dairy'or and:'
If the plural of man Is always calledmen : aold quickly( will take $750.00, Oak atreet.tMEET 8.4<< :
f t FOR SALE-$3500 will buy a valua: "which is less than the city assessed me at Kissimmee. rand
Drug ru
tt, )+ Why shouldn't the. plural of pan be ble property in the heart of Kissim- I valuation G. F. Kribbs, Kissimmee we will get a ''drink of the berf
called pen 1. mee, now paying about 14 per cent Fla. 4tf._ soda water. made. '
i The cow in the plural may \be cows on the above amount. Enhancing I 81lt- iOo
: t. or kine, in value every day. H. M. Breaker FOR SALE 100 acres of fine muck
rI But if a how is repeated it is never. & Co. 39tf I land. Railroad survey through this. Ofiq's0c' 0 0 0 0 0 004 ,.
t.t t called l>ine. I land and adapted to truck farming. *
t.f And the plural 1 of vow is vows, not FOR SALE'-Ore <> h, p. Gray engine !I'rii-e on application-a real bar- Want'd-To correspond with t .'
vine. $75,00; one 4 h. p. Barber engine at I R'ain. Address box 302, Kissimmec, < parties interested In Florida

f I And if 1 speak of a foot and. you showme $(>0,00, Both in good shape.49-tf F. I Kla 9-tf_ I 1'- lands Improved or unimproved. *
-i Vans ----
I i your feet, Agnew - --- -- ---' Oranges growing on improved
j FOR SALE--New lauiuK :Mx8) ((" fi and all other suited to J
hoot would citrus
I
And
a a .
give you pair ORDER YOUR trees at once from 4 't'l:J I..
be called beet? i IIi( in. draught; 12:! h p cycle : fruit and vegetables. Pine land 4
Bros., W. H. Brokaw, sales- at .
Gnffingr
| ('>l I. engine; fuuly equipped; i or hammock, prairie
,
If one is a tooth and a whole. set are or muck in +
t ; teeth,, man, room No 1, State Bank Build-40tf bargain for cash Address! Box I .:. large or small tracts. 1'rjCee *

Why shouldn't the plural of booth be ing. _____ 1- and terms right Near new ruiU $
1 1'I 1..
called beeth' FOR SALE-At a bargain; :35 rein- table I : road and in new country. Write .
If the singular's this and the plural is forced cement fence posts and :12r! >0 KR( SALE-Large size billiard .las, A, O'Berry, Whittier, Fla ltI
'I
to :
Apply p
full
these, cypress fence posts. A. B. Jurroll, with equipment '
Should the plural of kiss be nicr At Kissimmee Drug Co I _Frank Vans Agnew_ ---- -- 3 I II S> .> .Jfi4a- fi0A4 04p40e..o. Jt

named keese ( mules J, W ,
t 'OH SALE Tour good
Then one may be that, and three FOR SALE-2 h p, international I' !//.Miller:' Itf f"
OUT underwearables for women - hosiery would be those. j Harvester/ gasoline engine, in goodlimning I I
Yet hat in the plural would never be order Will sell at a sac- FOR SALE
underwear rifice if taken at once. Apply at FOR RENT.
corsets oettlcoats prIncess slips hose.
j I._ ______ '
Gazette office, :37tf
I And the plural of cat is cats, not cose "
I selected with for both I bvildirtgs 1 >-ac'10 tract for $500.
roli KENT Two store on
everything an eye We speak of a brother and also of --- -- ------------ -
FOR SALE-BcRpar weed seed SOc I Hioadwav :2 5-acre tracts for $:lOO,
daintiness and durability they will look brethren 11) Velvet beans $3,00 l hu., truck farms.
; But though we say mother, we never per per Small 1 r.-ai're tracts for $lf OO,
Tom Watson and otheraneties of I !I-If> !Mrs E E. Wellx
beautiful and wear well. say methren: 1 18 r.-a.'re 'racts for $! 550.::
I his Watermelon Seed SOc per Ib, :33!:5 | .
Then masculine pronouns are he, 70 for $::00.
We have on hand a most beautiful line of and him, years of honorable business dealings I I I I.1S'I'your I houses, furnished rooms acres
Hut imagine the feminine, she shin, is our foundation for success i and] trucking! lands for rent with O(OO acres with line; orange and grape.
silk and
, petticoats In embroidery. and shim and your guarantee oe proper Mrs: E E Wells 9-tf fruit R'ro$35 per acre.ton .

We have a beautiful lot of embroidery So the English I think, you all will I '('atnlt'nirurd'au Seed <'"", -- : =
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Montitello: Fla 3-lit ,I FOR RENT OR SALE I Two-story '
ague.Is
which you just ought to examine. We feel '' the. most wonderful' language you ,'I F'I'IISA-LEuTrud) of 10 J5! store building on Urack St, North ) ,AFS;
un's. KihSimmee II. C, Stanford 9-tf:! 1 -loom cottage with J: lots, $800.
l's "I'i did -t'e '
f convinced that you will readily apprecl - per cent 'aoh. ( un make arrange
Insulting;; an Irishman i nuiits for (purchaser to pay monthly \lWELL1o.IiS\ : I :: for nut, opplj to :If.I .
: the values we can offer you from this lot. In Dulilin a ear ..1t'1"a.. caught '! I bthis of $10 The 1 finest location | liller 'I 1 ;. mum cottage with lot 75x1474

t .: Our Holeproof f Hosiery I i in lisle I and silk will the of on I-'owl'r! rad. Oiriitlv across I i,lit I tin' lights, hot and cold ;
zealous ad ,
by 1'011""l1\an .in\ i I'I'drIVing' from Kissimimt: ', on line of railroad I'OK Ii Eo.TA:: 1 modem :I;room flat water
to the lady who appreciates an artl fiiiiou--] The I pobeennanstopped 1 lake front Address I', I'1; 11., (.;azelte with all city "ol1\4'l1iencs.: Applyto Ioal", nut 1 Mini, close in, $:.2100! .
appeal Office Box J 10( Jt: .
him and said: I W H Harris, Gazette; office tf
merit. --- - I\H'SES\ )I
I "Y" mu-t give nil' \ii' nmu 1 I.\1'N. : ( II I,'(OR SALI'I; I LengtIi isfl ,
H. C. ST A { fOR 0 : : 1 11)).loom house. modern, close
I f Hut I wont g'1\ r vi' mi name, : ft I; HI beam, 1'1".1| | | \MlllI in,
said the drin'r. I I Ja"p'" Ins r\tmgui.hyr: lift preenel MISCELLANEOUS. $'17;,0).

"y11 gel v' .silf Into trouhllud. l i iu-honis, _"_ II I' :Motoigot ,/ 1 I U: ,loom huiiMmodern, close IB,
I n).:'iru', in geed! oadel., t i an l I., e\ \\',\DL( ;, the tuner, Orlando.
th poliii!I '.man. "If' !' eI\, I g v' ?iii' .tiunu.i' any dine .\ \\' I'a\ //11"1, -- -- -, $1'.tI
I y'r! Mann li'tf' < ,,'in' Mu,IKI'.O STI R.\YEll: fI'|{ S10M;:: Setter pup..ILTI 1 >.room hour'. modern, close to,

YOUNG GROVE "I I .vo'l't I t LTIV'*' :tr air nameaid Iwo niontlis. i'I.i" white and -.1,1-, :' lilt', $125(1: ; ( ,
'
] ; .&( KlI'AltM; ( for sale--One( of
tar, I lv. \.aid if returned SamI
I Mrs. E. Wells t tin} driver't'hat I the best in folk lounty, Plondu I "fl'1'| ::1 tfR'.1NIl:1I
"- yer T n um', now "" ak d! the Shall, orange grove and i buildings\ \SK
: For Quick Sale at On National Highway Flea OfjHHissimmee '
angry polln'l1\a :; I : \ iijnt; man of aliilitv 'u

I I Real Estate "1'e' dbttter lied out," aid 'the -,-, Fla. 10-:Jtpd: :young! married couple that can pin" Mrs Mary Summers

I l a Bargain I driver. 1 F(OK s,.<\I LE---I'.rst (lass Al Restua- duly i $ I IuuOncu.h/ ) security to get '

"Sure and I will" said the police. rant doing good business Best location a i poMtion of managing a dry ood, \KEVIEW COTTAGE
t and InsuranceRenting I man He went round to the side of I in town. Reason for selling I
and
store Sularv lOMiniis.sion
I I i I my undivided time required to look ; 608 Penfield Ave, Near ClfdClyde ..
: Ten acres, one :rear old choice varieties -II I the car where the name ought to I after property interests of other splendid opportunity for right party -
Dwellings) I Furnished have been hut the letters had the second street west of courthouse
painted ,
1 Grapefruit and Oranges Peach parties Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis- that looks for success Answer I

trees between the citrus trees-these Rooms, and Truck Land a .penalty been rubbed off. I II simmee, Fla. 3-tf Hox 4H7, Kissimmee,, Fla 9tf leading south
I I "Aha! said the policeman ,"now'
I will pay for the grove in four years. -
f Has had expert care from clearing of : yell get yersilf into worse di graeI I Ii:

I f I land to present time UNUSUAL BARGAIN-Eight lots I! than ever Yer name appears to be

i I 55x100, two corners, $100 each; I oblitherated" -
t half cash, exchange for Jack- "
I also offerfourteen acres. all prepared or I "Ye'reror1I{ roared the driver
sonville realty .
; ;I' and ready for planting grove. J, M, IIUTT"oN. owner Atlantic 'Tis .O'firien-lletroit! Saturday I
I I
j Lake front with grove of large liver Bank Bid, Jacksonville, Fla. 10-lpd] :Night:

oaks for building site. In plain I i
il WANTED-Orange Groves, Truck CHINESE I'ROERBh.If .
1: view of Kissimmee For sale by Farms or raw land located near i I
owner I I Kissimmee. Please give descrip- I the farmer is active with ploughand
k '' tion and price Address, Lock Box with hoe I GREAT CLEARING SALE
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713, Kissimmee, Fla. 10-tf I The soil that he tills will no laziness
I I I know. .

,: .J. E. Mattocks. Need of Glue. Hold your temper today; you'll be
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, "Don't you think that should glad on the morrow;
we
1 J!,?: :''t'., KISSIMMEE; FLA. 'have.a more' elastic currency?" s edthe' But to will it give sorrow.way and 'for weeks you At the Greater New York Store Kissimmee,

'- Old Fogy. Would know
---- - I It. you your own world,
"It's elastic enough," replied the higher vision then gain;
t. FOR RENT-12 acres of cleared land Who climbs not the hill he ne'er ,
Ijrouch "Why don't they make it can Will
Continue Until Further NoticeWE
; t inside rent.city Enquire limits; either of Mrs cash Summers or, more adhesive-Ci''IIlIIatll' Tim,-,., see the plain |
\ crop In crimes men are stupid -the proverb |
I'\ l Lake View Cottage. 10-It Star says well: j

'" t. The I thief stops his ears when he's. CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN
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'1 f V' stealing a hell.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE Mi owns .1 (dir house' has III ,life a good FINE COATS FOR LADIES
9 : start; I
t! I will sell at private sale at 521\ Emmett street Saturday and Monday one' Hut better it is to a big heart. I'
possess $18.00 Fun, All-Wool and Carracol, to tell for
I i" ice chest one ice cream (freezer, one washing machine and wringer, one cook I I[' Arc you idle today, don't go whittling I Ii 15.00" _
I It i: and drumming, | $ 5 0 0
t f' stove, one od stove one I Hoosier kitchen cabinet two kitchen chairs, one sewing ':' (Get; things under way for the busy lZOO" _
I times ('om 1111{. | 10,00" .
\ machine one ten.foot extension table six dining room chairs one washstand If you Know how, a thing is not hard, I II

t: I with toilet set, two cane rockers, one leather rocker, one small rocker, I If it's hard that,is then dear you; do not know how I

',. one dresser and stand two iron beds, springs and mattresses complete one I I 'twould appear, |
I The sins of jour .past, are you free
200 SWEATERS OF ALL KINDS ON THIS CLEARING
( I sanitary couch, three porch rockers, three matting rugs and other small ar I from them No! I SALE FROMJ2.00

1 h? t* 't' r. tides .' JAMES LITTLE. \Though buried hidden in from snow view, they're G. II but W 'I TO $5.00 EACH, WILL ALL SELL AT$1.50EAOH

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We continue our Special Sacrifice on

Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue. FINE TAILORED DRESSES


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

Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs, Terminals, High

and Low Tension Cable, Copper Tubing, Batteries, VERY ELEGANT WAISTS


P. Columbia 6-s, Battery Connections, ( aso- EXTRA VALUES IN FINE FULL SIZE BLANKETS,

lene, Oils, Metal and,Body PolishesI'
COMFORTS AND BED SPREADSWe
Ammeters, Ti re Testers,
i kindly invite the ladies to look over oar new Spring Hats that have
IP Y I; Auto Clocks, Etc.

t H -_ ,----- -- --- - -- -- --_ started to come in for the coming season.
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We are also prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats Motor Boats,

4' 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 m want of an
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j' Auto Trip give us a Call.

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T -: DON'T MISS THIS .l, LOOK FOR THE PLACEOPPORTUNITY

Agent for the famous friction; driven l r Also Agent for the OVERLAND Carter

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