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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00585
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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PYTHIANS MAKE multiplying,words I ask you to make !I Grand Manager-Ira Collins Mil

GALA yourselves at home and if we can I ton.Grand I' HEADQUARTERS HEREI i Jj Jji' ;

serve you in any way command us. Mistress of Records and Cor. I

WEEK FOR 'KISSIMMEE We want you to enjoy every momentof .Hattie Von Rosen; Pensacola. FOR MILLION COKCERfiI .

;your stay in Kisiimmee and to Grand Mistress of Finance-Sarah :1 .
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that end we ask you to remember that Frank Sanford. .,J. 4.
our town our homes and our firesidesare l ,Grand Protector-r-Elizabeth Done ,, .,).


As I look into your faces I am reminded Grand Outer Guard-Annie R. .
that you have left your i Gregory, Tallahassee

VISITORS WERE WELL\ ENTERTAINED homes and your lov/d/ ones 'and have I Supreme Representative Millie WHICH WILL OPERATE MANY r

AND ONLY WORDS OF for awhile, put aside your regular Long, Tampa. . J
PRAISE FOR TOWN AND LOCAL duties and occupations and come hereto : Alternate C. Williams, Pensa- WI
LODGE HEARD. attend to the' business of a : cola. CONTROLLED FROM KISSIM- + t

I. great secret order. In this day of I MEE BY DIRECTORATE.

t greed and money madness it is refreshing ROLL CALL FOR 1913 GRAND b )-I.
Assembled from to know that men have not

J. Knightfof Pythias lodges in all parts I all become sordid and self-centered i Publicity was given in the new .1

Yfr the State have given Kissimmee a but that Friendship, Charity and Be- : Grand Chancellors: columns of the State papers for the i:

gala time this week for the town as nevolence still inspire the motives and i W. A. Allen James E. Crane, Her first time this week .to the organization -

a well as the local lodge has been busy sway the lives of humanity. You bert Crook H. Clay Crawford W. H. of the Southern Utilities Company 4' ,

r entertaining the visitors. have come here to further the interests : Ellis, J. N. Hodges, Henry Horsier though legal notice of its Incorporation '} :,
The delegates began arriving Tues- of that order which originated S. J. Hilburn, J. A. Horner S. L. has been appearing for 1 ':'

ndof day afternoon. The first delegationto in unselfishness, and which has for -' Lowry R. B. Leak L. C. Lynch, W several weeks in the advertising col- ,,:' t

reach Kissimmee was from Pensa its basic teachings the noble idea of H Lattimer, W. R. O'Neal C. B. umns of the Valley Gazette. .i ,

cola. The representatives to the service to those less fortunate than I Parkhill R. J. Riles M. W. Stewart The company is capitalized at ten j '

Grand Lodge from that city came in ourselves. H. N. Richardson N. Woolridge. T. E. million dollars for the purpose of I :

a special ear attached to the regular Endearing friendship, like that I Welles, J. E. Wolfe, W. C. West. buying and operating utility plants \1 \ Ii

afternoon train. They had left Pen- which existed between Damon and Grand Lodge Officers. throughout Florida and other States. ''J.I ;(

saeola Monday afternoon, and had Pythias, is the most beautiful of all Hilton S. Hampton, Grand Chan- A number of such plants have already '1 \f

1 been on the road nearly twenty-four man's attributes, and yet such friend- cellor. W. J. Sears, Grand Vice Chan- been acquired by purchase, and the a ( I 'it'\

hoars. This company was headed by ship is impossible without love. Loveis cellor. R. E. Davis Grand Prelate. occasion for the publicity given this : I ,

Judge Emmett Wolfe and Scott M.jjoftin the principle which makes friend- W. H. LattimBr Grand Keeper of week was the arrival of J. G. White j j "0//,

two distinguished members of ship possible, and it is that without Records and Seals. Wm. C. West, with a party of capitalists from. New ' the Pensacola bar who which there be denevolence. York for a tour of the State
are loyal can no Grand Master of the Exchequer.Scott to io:1:, 1
Knights. From the time of their arrival Benevolence means literally well- M. Loftin, Grand Master at spent the properties purchased. This : 'J
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every train brought representatives wishing, and when we catch this significance Arms. E. P. Roberts Grand Inner party included men of established ;, J

and by Wednesday morningall I from the world we have indeed Guard. N. P. Yowell, Grand Outer standing in the financial and industrial ',:

the hotels were filled and it became put ourselves en J. SEARS Guard. world who are backing this gigantic ,

to 1 necessary to- find accommodations -I the cardinal principles of Chancellor enterprise. ,:- I '1'i

for the guests in the homes of What more beautiful in all 200 GUESTS ENJOYED Of greater interest to Kissimmee 1

rsAI citizens.; This demand was met I than to love our neighbor as GRAYSTONE BANQUET than the visit of the capitalists ,to '.;. e :

readily and graciously by the townspeople to be a friend to those in Florida is the fact that the principal ..\.. t In
a Covers for two hundred guests i
with the result that many I have a disposition to --- --- - -- --- office of the company will be located ',' j:
were laid for the banquet given
Uin found themselves more comfortably every one of God's in Kissimmee. The law firm of Vani';: '

located than they would have been in I Our order embodies all PYTHIAN SISTERS Thursday for the visitors.An evening. by the local lodge Agnew &: Crawford is counsel for the 1} :

the crowded hotels. in knighthood and company and the temporary organization ;
elegant course dinner was serv- r
ent The Tampa delegation came in a longer have to buckle on I II ; designates W. B. Crawford as :1
HAD GOOD MEETING ed, and the speeches were bright :
.tl special car Wednesday morning and Ito I fight as did the knights president; P. A. Vans Agnew as vice "
brief and snappy. W. J. Sears pre- 4'
eLsi their arrival was greeted by the I we do have to contend sided as toastmaster. The speakerswere president; Pat Johnson as secretary + 1 V\

w J presence of the guests who had pre- I forces of evil seen and Charles B. Parkhill, of Tampa and D. G. Wagner as treasurer. The } I of.f
' "I anda I hand. Ours is a MEMBERS PLEASED ; control of the several plants ,
the local
ceded them and Knights every WEREWELL 4
Pit S. J. Hilburn of Palatka; Jams E.
crowd massed at the station. j against ed will vest in five directors
large Crane of Tampa; Hilton S. Hampton purchu'I'I ',j
The Kissimmee Concert Rand was "The wrong that needs whom will be men local to : ;_"< ,
of Tampa Scott M. Loftin of
present and led the parade which The right that needs :' TO REPRESENTATION REST IN ; in which the plant is situated +
Pensacola M. of
George Lynch,
I formed immediately after the arrivalof And the good that we ( TORY OF THE ORDER FOR illS-I Gainesville and H. Clay Stanford, of other three in each instance will be I' r j 1

the train and marched from the i, and right nobly are the TEEN OF THE; SIXTEEN Kissimmee. men identified with the company at {
school auditorium Pythias pressing the battle I Kissimmee. The executive offices of :f.
Gray stone to the i :' )) PLES WERE REPRESENTED:' I ,! I ;
exercises ning the victory. the company will be located at Jacksonville -
the opening were
Eugene G. Duckworth, W. V. Estes, I
Kissimmee is honored a suite of five rooms having
held. Judge George F Parker, as
l and T. O. Brow, left early this morn- '
Grand Marshal, formed the line of the representatives of . + The Pythian Sistt-i! assembled in ing by auto for Kissimmee, where been rented on the eleventh floor of 'f ; j ;.,

march and otherwise performed the ianism within her gates Grand Temple Wednesday morning; they are representatives at the annual the Heard Building. :/ '
Friendship Lodge, No. 10 I ; after A news dispatch of Monday from i 3
duties of hts important position in adjourned Thursday evening, a meeting of the rand Lodge I 1
such to leave no cause casion is one never to be 0)I busy session' St. Augustine gives further information '.. :
a manner as of
Knights Pythias. They were -
for criticism. I Again we bid you welcome! :I ,3. Several members left on the even- at the meeting yesterday, but present returned concerning the plans of the company :y '

halted trains for their homes and did its .personnel and holdings as ,"
The parade was } in front of GRAND CHANCELLOR ing last night by train.-Reporter- \.r
-- < remain for the reception but the follows: 'J
the Osceola High School to witness an not Star. ,
The response to the 0 and the last Public utility promoters and capitalists .
exhibition fire drill which was accom- greater number stayed .'
plished in the Record time of two made on behalf of the < of them left on the trains this morn- from New York; Boston, Philadelphia V .;j

minutes the large building being by the Grand Chancellor, ing, after voting the Kissimmee meeting COUNCIL RECEIVES and other Eastern cities ar- ; ,

emptied of theIof'Vf'n hundred childrenin Hampton as follows:' <. the most successful in the historyof I rived here by special train last night .
On behalf of the 5" and spent today visiting of interest ,\,
points .
that period.\ The motion. picture their order. ELECTION RETURNS -
man.. Q.S on hand and made a pictureof I ida, I rejoice at the There are sixteen Temples in Florida i in the Ancient city. The members ';ryt[

the drill and the parade, as he did''' accepting in their! behalf ,, ''* and thirteen of the number were of the party about forty
of the automobile parade which took I hearted hospitably of your / .> repicM-nted As the work was essentially REQUIRED PETITIONS FILED BY number, are the gUests of Mr. J. G. :: '
I city It has been my pri\ilc ,I ; : > that which pertains directlyto White president of the J. G. White ',: 4'C
place Thursday morning.( THE DEFEATED CANDIDATESTO / )
tend many conventions ,' > to interests of the order there &: Co., Inc., and one of the Engineering , (
When the usual order had been I e. body, all of them pleasant : ; P. .> TAKE NAMES OFF BALLOT Securities of" New '1.
Stored in the school rooms the crowd ; i!, was little to he given out publi; Corporation
for the most auspicious (" i iI <- cation. A resoultion of thanks was York. The party left late this even- .
assembled, in the auditorium I must admit that here today I ; 1'. ofPythias for other points in the state. '
voted to Friendship Lodge Knights ing
lion/ II Clay I of the ; ,:
welcome ceremonies wide Council acted on the report ".
opened not only *
your : and to the citizens of Kissim- It is composed of the following: ,;; \"
the ,,
Stanfoid presided, and exorcises well in city executive committee with regardto ; ,
your hearts: as ; J. 1
were opened with prayer by Rev .1 1. i ing and the memory of 'nlt'e for their hospitality. Followingis Satutday's primary, and orderedthe George D. Baker, W. E. Hutton, V ,* V ;\. .
which includes the
D. Slbert, of the Methodist, church! ,. of the bright in.2)W.I a summary, re- names of the successful candi- bankers, Cincinnati and New York. x7 .
one pages
: results of the election: f
Mr Stanford then introduced I'riiwi- i of life dates for Councilman to be placed on Frank Battles, Battles &: Co., Phil 5-i't."" ;.

pal! R M Evans who welcomed, t the I Tinvi nume KI " /{.. Accredited Keprenenlatlten.Waldo the official ballot which is to be held adelphia. }. ;: f? .

representatives:- to the Grand; malt(eon : gestive of the good things I !
behalf of Friendship Lodgof the Jacksonville'-Emma Bentley, Pauline I nameis i are G. H. Prather, T. t
if this not so,
I were Commander C. B Barnes, U. S. N., "
Kissimmee beautiful landscape, your I of Frahm. M. Rivers, J. W. Thompson and L. II. \ ,V

It1AYOlt'I'1'RNS ()V1R'111li: : Hi-hs.; : lake are inviting alike to meet Pensacola-Martha Wrighton, Liz- (Cohoon for councilmen ; J.1.: Gilbertfor Philadelphia.
zie Horsier. Paul W. Cleveland, John Burnham !
follow Clerk and J. Z. Roberson for
officer/ did not when
The ling
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I i I Tampa-Maggie Lowey. & Co., bankers Chicago. .V j ,.
the order of the |."-i.( ,;iam. for the with this a citizenship; I Treasurer. .
Mayor's address, came first, and when I spirited, hospitable people, of ] I'alatka-Rena Edmondson. Having been nominated in the first S. R. Dickey president National I r.n

he arose to introduce. Mayor Bryan, a lavish store of nature!! r them 1 Milton-Ella Ganor. primary there will be no occasion for Bank of Oxford, Oxford Pal ;

who had been assigned to welcome the is small wonder that this the Sanford-Martha Davison. their names to appear on the bulloj J. A. Clark, J. A. Clark &: Co., i

visitors on behalf of the city| he saw I ly forg'ng ahead as one of con- I St. Petersburg-Jessie McPherson. in the primary to be held tomorrow. bankers, New York. i,

the error that had been made and I cities of Florida. We /{ of I Key West--Katie Cochran. Only the names of the candidates for John A. Grilwold, Jackson &: Cur- I .1
Kissimmee-Pearlie Bryan. Mayor and Marshal 'will appear on tis, bankers New York. '
offered apology for it, which was prosperity, and we feel a R. I ... '
Tallahassee-Annie Gregory.Pt. .
turned off in a happy manner by the : part you are taking in Davis. I that ballot. All the candidates have A. B. Herring president Union Na- ;
Mayor. Mayor Bryan's speech was destiny of this great state. Tampa City-Loren Jacobi.! I filed with Council the necessary petition tional Bank Frenchtown, N. J. 1 Y .

brief but feljcitous. He gave the I this community as well as I for Molino-Clara to get their names on the of- Col.! Richmond Jones, capitalist. a ''

Knights a hearty welcome, and told confident that while you Sears ROLL CALL FOR YEAR 1913 ficial ballot in the event) of nomina- ; Reading Pa. i ,

them that Kissimmee expected to I mercially and your city is his Grand Chief-Sarah Straub, St. tion. i R. Walter Leigh Maitland, Coppell 1.

profit by their presence; he hoped population, you are not as Petersburg. &: Co., bankers New York. d" l{.

.....?that the guests of the city would feel I social problem, which deals Grand Senior-Rebecca Turner I LOCAL KNIGHTS THANK Mrs. R. Walter Leigh New York. .

free to do as they liked, and informed moral side of life. Every the Tampa. KISSIMMEE CITIZENS.The James Marwich Marwich Mitchell 'r

them that he had instructed the policemen found a church, build a Grand Junior-Jennie' Cahn, Jack- I''' committee in charge of the Peat &: Co., accountants New York. )

to keep their backs t.ul'ned. He. found a fraternal order you sonville. I entertainment of the Grand Lodge Marion McMillan, Emerson, McMillin -
of influence ; I Grand Manager* Linton Curry, A Co., bankers New York.
felt sure that the advantages ing birth to an wish to extend thanks through the a
M U holding the Grand Lodge meeting on live long after you and I ; of Key West. FinanceSarahFrank columns of the Valley Gazette; for Dr. J. Townsend Russell capitalist ,

I ;.the banks of Lake Tohopekaliga would away, and the recollection Tam- Grand Mistress of the interest exhibited by the people Silver Lake Susquehannah county, ;
would mark is ; each Sanford. Pennsylvania. y AYk
F result in some action commercial prosperity and Cor- of the town in entertaining the-;visitors
the Kissimmee meeting as one of an influence that rises like Grand Mistress of Records and for the material assist- W. A. Stickney A. G. Edwards &: \
the order. He beautiful low respondence-Hattie Von Rosen Pen- I Sons, bankers St. Louis.
historic importance to ing sun on your in I ance extended by them to that end. )!. t
auggestetl that the order would make ding its effulgent rays upon sacola. committees William P. Sharpless, president J
Colins Mil The were: .
history in Kissimmee if some provision of your citizens bringing Grand Protector-Ira Reception Committee Clay Chester County Trust Company West 't '
home for and Vice ton. Chester Pa. rp'
made for a of happiness > '
were peace Elizabeth J Stanford, Roma Thomas B. C. Miller :
the orphan midst. It is Robt. Grand Outer Guard- H. T. Sibley president Chicago r li
aged Knights, or for love into your C. W. Griffin F. C. Bryan J. tf
children of members of the order. the case that in the race Scott Donegan Kissimmee.Representative ennieBrown. A. Lancaster J. D. Jeffords. Savings Bank &: Trust Company, \ .

Mayor Bryan was warmly applauded. mercial success the op Supreme The committees in charge of the Chicago. .. . ;: .
KNIGHTS ARE WELCOMED. stands for the character in Palatka. end. J. N. Thompson, capitalist, Wilkes- t
them that
ance given by to
Principal R. M. Evans, who Welcomed ing, which shapes the lives for NEWLY ELECTED Grand Lodge Entertainment barre. Pa. r'Lester
behalf of i the Grand Chief-Rebecca Turner Ussing, Ussing Scoville &: id
the visitors on men, is forgotten, yet a Committee-Dr. J, W. Simpson
Friendship lodge said, : one of the greatest by J. Tampa. Co., bankers Pittsburg. k ;
N. C. Bryan A.: S. GilbertC.R. .
Jack- chm.
t Fellow Knights and Pythian Sisters munity can have; a good was Grand Senior -Jennie ,.Cahn, ; Thomas Earle White capitalist, -; > I yl
Bandy J. M. Hansell E. :A. Nei- r
Mr. sonville.
No. 10 has 'a short of Philidelphia.
: Friendship Lodge to be
of Grand Junior-Linton Curry Key I meyer Dr. T. M. Rivers G. F. Parker 4
task 'i
13 bidding assigned you to'me welcome the pleasant; andy without I II (Continued on page ) I ( ) I West. A. E. Donegan. (Continued on page 12)) ?14: rl,

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for which and the pleasure that it will]I I Tarpon Springs-J. R.:. Durra. ce.-
stand- for principles presence OFFICIAL 1 |
you, .
H. L. Swatta.
:; PYTHJANS, MAKE GALA I this great.order stands, that you have give to all concerned I Mulberry--R.-L. Goss, R. Hotighton.Uonifay .

confidence in its future, that you ;regard Please permit me to say that Kis PRESENT I
I it as a permanent institution in simmee is a city of beautiful and i -John D, Cable.
WEEK FOR iiij4t
this community, and one who sees pleasant homes. I do not know of" Bagdad-J. A.Camples., i
Geo: L Thaeker.He ,
this coat of arms, if he is conversant any place where the home life Is as r NAMES OF THE VISITORS WHO Sarasota- I
with this order, will realize that you agreeable, as substantial, as pleasing,' { 'WEKE. ACCREDITED KEPRE- --- '

t (Continued from page 1)) stand for all that he holds deer to as it is in Kissimmee The) mother GRAND -Do you think i kissing is as I A
--- -'-, maiTcan sink-Idwer'jh n' WmatJf: _VVe can teach no grander and daughters found here assist the dangerous as the, doctors' say? I

F the while beasts a bad around himIt is to meet lesson thanfriendship;and(r frpm"T: | Tirolhers anuth 11"'husbaTldsu,1d1.hehfriends '-t- _- ----F'ellJL! certainly has put an. '

and solve the problem that this great springs the golden fruit of charity. in every way possible) for th<' | Following Is a list of the names end to a good many confirmed'.b uch- L' .-

1' order stands, a work so grand and I The order, of Knights of Pythias j advancement and 'the up-lift of human -' as they were inscribed on the official plors, at any rate.-Tit-Bits. |-"a '

R mighty In its result, that when understood [ founded in Friendship, Charity and beings. This .is especially true!i register of the Grand Lodge, except I I

excites the admiratin of mankind j Benevolence, which it proclaims as |din everything that pertain., to the!i | that the place] of residence has been OffiCIAL SOUVENIR i )

r.. For this purpose you see 1 its cardinal principles-strives to { education of the young, the establishment ' supplied instead of the name and

around you a large 'body of influentialmen gather Into one mighty fraternity of the cause of religion i in 1 I number of the lodges! represented: I I FROM GAZETTE PRESS !: bA'kY110'POWDER

from every section of this great I worthy men who appreciate the true our midst and is exemplified thoroughly ' ApalarhirolaV.. Vessels, John 1 1i

aside meaning of friendship; who are cautious in the establishment and the workof '
State of ours who are putting/ I Marshall.] .
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and their commercial i in word and act; whose honor the lodges as coordinate with and
their business . MEMBERS: OK THE COMMITTEE
AIOIka-l'I I. Starl | |
of the of
for the time being devoting is untarnished; whose sense of justice .supporters lodges our
success / l't'n"a'ola-Sl'Ol 51. Loftin, H. .\I'ISITons) SAY THEY
the best of their al il- brethren. .
time and talents in legislating j will prevent to ,
their Hoi-bier] J. H. Hievvton. J. S. White, f :EVER-: HAD) HANDSOMER.It : .
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for this great cause. That we have lity-a I personal act or word injurious You pothaps have been already] J. Wolfe James J. Absolutely Pure
to the worthy whose ]loyalty to principle !
; ;; told of \the marvelous growth of Kis-

evidenced to family, to friends, to tl1l'irl'ounll'y : simmee,'for during the pastthree yearsa ', A. Hampe, Thomas !Wriphton./ The only baking powder
constituted Orlando -\\'. K. O'lleal..I.) 1'. Vow- is excusable] to blow your own made from Royal
and to the authority wonderful increase both in population ] I Drape
twenty years ago ell, J. T. Homer, horn ]little when have somethingto
a Oroam
: under citizenship you of Tartar
which ;
they enjoy -
writing on the wall and pave the and material development and in t
I 1 Milton W. J. Williams. Jr. blow about. \Here boot, toot!
right of suffrage to our sinters, hence. ) is undoubted; and who, at public improvements, has manifested frws NO ALUMNO LIME PHOSPHATEin
I I'ancpa1)(). H. Wallace. K. R. I 1)ickI The Valley Gazette printed: J the official
our annual congress/ is not disturbed j i all times, ate prepared to DO) UNTO itself.> ] This has called\ to the attention .r
'\\1 fi-son.I Cl.ailes B. I'aiklull: \ Hilton H. souvenir\ for tinGrand; l Lodge
( by a card debate, we have organized I Iit OTHERS AS THEY WOULD THAT of the people of the State
OTHERS SHOULD DO UNTO ]Hampton, S. I L. Iowry, I II.) W. Emery Knights of Pythias, and| |is proud l of J_
them into separate organizations it the present! and future prospects oflour
I THEM. 1. Hoy Young :llol'ril1.: (;n-"I1, the job. The souvenir has I been pronounced New York of Chicago, but it would:
7 is true they. have their secrets just I II city. Permit me to say that it
.lames E. Cran.', W. H. Campbell, C. by all who sawit us a flossy have rust, in proportion. The Knights
the same as we have them and mayit I Followin11'\ HaVnpton's sp'ech"11' seems! to me that these/ prospects are
"' I'. Willis! L. 1)), Claik. job-some class, they say. It re- wanted an embossed cover. When
be said to their everlasting credit, extremely bright and that in caring
that they have' exploded the notion :\ Stanford introduced Thos. J. Car- 'i 1 for and extending these improvements Port Tampa ('jC-Cha Conrad, J. qui] I"'s'good equipment to turn out a they got prices on embossed covert .

secret. ling,Supreme Chancellor, who talkedinformally M. Wallaic.Cainesvillf. good job of printing, but the best I they threw a fit. Then the Gazette'sMr.
that a woman cannot keep a looking toward the fu.tJ4'.tll<
1 l ) ; (; )! I,. .1. Burkhun J. A. cannot creditable Johnson said he would do
of of -- equipment produce a some
There comes a time in the ]life on the objects Pythian-,i lodges of our city have taken trprom-
every man, if he has any element] of I i ism for some time. He took occasionto inert part, therefore on behalf of the Adam on. piece" of work without: the humal1al'II ..embossing/ his own account. He

1 the philosopher within him when he compliment the town and the local Pythian Sisters of Kissimmee I feelas Jacksonville) H. Richardson: (')'. "It's the man behind the gun I took an old advertising plate and

begins to realize how short a thing ]lodge and especially the High I if words from mo would be superfluous Wm. C. West (!.1| R Allen, J. C. \Durrime ) who does the work." The Gazettehas turned it over, mounted it, and engraved -

life is. How useless and vain a thingit School] orchestra, which furnished the after the address of our distinguished (tJ]r.; l 1': AI..nV.\ . T. Edwards, J. the man, that is to !say, several I it with his jack knife. Thisis

A. I Daw-on, W. S. Kussell. of them/ th'y' all boss workmen. I how it done but you'd
is to devote his entire time and music between the speeches. Mayor and Professor, butas ; are I was never

talents to n.the ncnuisition of earthly_ their addresses were not to the Palalka-S. J Hilburn R. E. Neck, Even the (Gazette; 'devil is a boss devil. I I have known it, now would you ? The

s wealth, and how necessary it is for WELCOME'TO PYTHIAN SISTERSThe women 1 wish to emphasize the welcome .). E. Lucas L. I'arrott. We've never "t'en.a devil. like him. "entire job was a home product with

him, as they say Masonry, to so welcome to the Pythian: Sister- we extend to our Sisters in hey Wehl-Chas. H. Roberts, Ernest But this particular piece of work is j the exception of the photo plates,

live that his' memory will be kindly was delivered by Mrs. Conrad Bryan, honoring our city. While we are not I 1'. RuberL_, Ei'f'1; 1. Alberry, an unusually fine specimen of print- and they do say that no grand lodgeever

cherished men. To such a Wm. Sawyer, K C. Wetherford, CJ. A. ing. It could have been done better I I had a better one.
among who said: particularly ]large in numbers compared -
Em'as.V.. II. Trout! Ernest 1'. Roberts -
order of theKnights of "
man the :\1 r. Grand Chancellor o"r the Stateof | to the Knights themselves, still
offers her protecting armS, . W. 0 Kemp I
Pythias what
we lack in numbers we will endeavor -
and enrolled under this banner his Florida, and Grand Chief of the 1 :Monlirrllu, 1 E:, :Noble: "

I influence mey be negligible\ or may be Pythian Sisters of the State of I Florida to make up in hospitality.We Tat ares \\'. H. Lattimer.iiurhul.i II THE PYTHIAN GOAT
Ladies and Gentlemen; : In the wish you to feel that our city '
world wide as he so elects. \\ \\ :S: Shelton A. S.
B when is that our homes are ,
early days creation had beenpractically yours yours .1' } .
I dwell thf achieve-
I might upon | the that our service I is that all we
completed, Great Creator joins
ments of this great order I might Maser I J. I B.! Smith.:
found and said that it was not have i is at jour disposal, and we want
the in the mould] FI.I"'HI! ,' i i' J. \\ilson. Vv'\1.:
discuss it plays
part good for man to be alone. This has you to understand that if there i 1- With his great long horns and hn. dark blue coat.
of opinion in this State, I Hn'ruin' < e.
ing public )been, demonstrated by all subsequentevents ,Inylhmglad.inJ{ you have but to indicate Oh. that Coat that Goat that Pythian Goat
the the Pythian have taking in liMeriH' I II I I. Tuiner.Oiala
part iind although it has been the < it and we will (11 y to provide It. H, W Sharp eyes, strange grin, neither fat nor "m.That's .
.Tompkinslfiber. '
ridding the State of vice and crime,
but the various of the order custom of men from time.. immemorialto We wish I to thank you itnm and to I F. i E: WeatlieibteMirann the kind of a goat that took me in.

purposes blame] all evils upon our Mother our great a (' 'lation! of I mounted with all my manly pride.
I and the objects of its existence are express| ppr |II>' A. I E:, :Miller.
so well illustrated in certain lines by Eve and to frequently hide their own your presence among us, and to extend . :\Idnlo'h: II: L. Dickson. Yet I had some fear of his Goat hlp's ride.

Leigh Hunt, with your permission I imperfections behind the petticoats of ( to you a true, genuine, Southern/ Ivishimmee I', I", Bryan, II. C. For into the future I could not see.

will recite them. their wives or mothers, it still remains hospitality, said we Trust that you :St.mfoi: Yet I trusted all right the end would be. -

to he seen that the world .11 'JI.-(! \\ rtI! feel that when you have gone St. I'etersburgW.. L. Stiaub.J. G. The music was grand the singing fine :
,I "Abou Ben Adhem (may his tribe nizes the fact that it wa* not good awaythat _you have indeed been HracNhavv.rrher .., Me talked using Janguage almost sublime

) increase!) ) for man to be alone. This discovery among sisters, and that we may occupy .\ -Sam Heiiiin!. Then with a wizard's air he gave me a scare

I Awoke one hlght. from a dream of resulted in the creation of woman, at least some small place] in (Collondale\ 1 H.! Bean.. Which froze my blood and raised my hair. ?

peace, who has from that linn since )been your hearts remembering the effortat \Lake City-Coo.; O. Adicks, R. 11. Then told me in a friendly way. T'You

And saw within the moonlight in recognized ai 'he most u-vful /helpmate least that we have made to make "hapnuin have learned a lesson that will last for aye. v

l is room, I possible, for man. N'o !Home is i IT pleasant for you. Should we fail Quincy{ I.. I.. SummerJ.. H And shook my hand with warm good will.

1' C MakThg jt rich and like a lily in complete without wibman. The' home it wilt simply he--; failure of the Floyd, F. E. Weathers. And said in the future I am your friend still.

bloom, becomes impaired physically : rid its head and not of the heart. \l-ee hurK -1 IM 1. Johnson. Then he muted me to a second ride
.. An angel writinJfc 'n a book of gold. surroundings are not of the best. '
To show him of family pride,
Again we welcome you to Our place San ford-II. :Mcl.aurm. more my
Exceeding peace nacK made Ben They are not considered sanitary, andno
But his coat had changed from blue to yellow
and trust your deliberations be Marianne J./ H. llavis.) (;ico. Farley.ChiplejW .
I Adhem bold, home meets the proper requirements ( may II. Peters, J. I D!. Camp- And seemed lobe a different fellow.
2. I And to the presence' in tee room' he without the presence of a woman. pleasant and profitable. bell. I mounted; took a good firm hold.
said: __ .. I The churches recognize woman In response to Mrs. Bryan's speech Alachua-W. 11. Sealey. Rode quite easy and felt quite bold

What writest thou ?'-The' .vision. 1 as their greatest assets, they Mrs. Jennie K. Brown, of Palatka, J\1i11vilIe-John W. Stokes. And then he bucked, threw me over his head

raised its head, recognize their great devotion to their spoke in behalf of the visitors. She .
.. .. ; l\Iolino-J. A. Jacob!. And butted me till my face was red.
And, with a look made of all sweet Lord and to the advancement of His said the time allotted for the welcome i
Bulled and
Century-R. G. Wiltshire, me again again :, ", : ,
'( l accord, cause and that much of the work of exercises had been consumed, and she I -j i .
Ft. J\ J. Odom, C. R. Butted me tillilelt I I I- was the worst of men, .. -,<:, ;, '
Answered 'The of those who "
names our churches rests upon the shouldersof would content herself with simplysaying Butted butted bad \ .' .
I Wade. me: yes, me ,'
, love the Lord. the women. that the gracious welcome s
Butted till I was raving mad. _
(aralerH. H. me
:. 'And is mine ? said
one Abou. 'Nay
: the visitors would
given always! remain -
;,; t Recognizing this, the great order W. Weaver, ,!J. E. Day.\ Butted me till for mercy I asked,
I so, Knights of Pythias have suggested a pleasant memory, and she liradlt-y-J. II. (Hall.liartow Then took my hand and said its now all past;
'.J'-" { Replied the angel./ -Abou spoke the formation knew that when the time came to depart -
I low of an order known as -T. 1Wirl.: K I.. Earne.t:; It was for your good that I treated you so then.

"n more the Pythian Sisters, because they | that every one of them would T. I'. ('aipenter.EustisW I That you might be one of the best of men.
But cheerily still and said 'I I
; pray. feel a pang of regret.The .
thee, then wanted the help, sympathy, and cooperation :M. Mooie With a hearty laugh and a warm handshakeI
'f of woman, and the great enrollment of the delegates Hun'lIon-Wm. (;JnfTith.Keddirk I felt I was among f friend and need not quake
Write that loves his fellow
: me as one -
benefit of their friendship, characterand continued in the afternoonuntil the fie invited to mount again
I i. f I -E I H. Rou. i iItaiford me

,1011 The angel men.wrote and vanished. The help, therefore we find throughout time came for the boat, ride on the -J. C' McCormuk. I ITallahasHee I And see what had been seen by thousands of men..

bl i; next night !: this /great country many temples lake The steamer Lillie with two I -H. S. Bull, D. M.I I I But his coat had changed from yellow to red.

.,' 3 k It came again and with a grt'at'' organized by the women to help] in barges in tow provided ample accorri-\ Lowry. With gold, steel and silver, from toes to his head.

, : wakening light, this work. So this convention of the modations for all, and the cruise was Waldo--F. DeSha.Madison'7W He invited me to ride on through

'. And showed the names whom love Knights of Pythias which meets in enjoyed by a large number. | B. Davis, W. S. Cof- j But I didn't know just what to do.

t '" of God had blessed- Kissimme.e today would be incompleteif The evening's entertainment con- j fee. Then turning his kindness with a mischievous prank, -

; .7) J And, lo! Ben Adhern's name led all it did not include also a convention sisted of a visit to the Pastime Martell-Chas. N. Hampton. With his horns he gave me a terrible yank,

) I, the rest!" of Pythian Sisters. We are glad that theater, where a picture play of "Da Largo-A. B. Counts, J. H. Ilussey. I landed midst a great roar.

I f' I I want to see in our fair city a this is true and on behalf of the mon and Pythias" was presented. A I Wewahitchka D. Scott. And now I am happy for I am not sore.

p I r Castle 'Hall upon which the coat of Pythian Sisters of Kissimmee we quartet from the University Glee' Palmetto E. Wea"therbeev L. R. The lesson I've learned I'll not forget

'J arms of this great order want you to feel that we are delighted Club, who gave a concert the following Baird. I That Goat's a butter the best I have met.
: blazoned, advertising to the world that to have you here, and want to evening, rendered several num- Summit-T. J. Edward" i

} ) recognize the benificence of your bers to the delight of the audience. Mayo-L. D. Carter. O. B. Dees.

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ness is solicited. cottage; also a workman or servant's cottage; wharf at lake landing.ORANGE prairie lands cheap.-

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( KISSIMME Vegetables were growing. In the The lieklth at Kissimmee Park is "

yard were many varieties of foliage all near perfect as the Human race \ :

I PARK IS DEVELOPING and flowering plants. A rose bush exhibited can have.' There are thirty flowing J Who's Who in Wilson's Cabinet .1'.1:

MANY FARMS AND GROVES 'twenty-odd buds'; ,on a single wells In". the Park .at present, and

; stem, and the planter was busy'pack there ia no limit to thes,number! that .

? ing'peppers and plants '.{or'.ship can be drilled.' Good "
egg w terts one of Secretary of State-William Jennings Daniels, newspaper owner and editor.
1 CONDITIONS' :ARE JUST RIGHT THERE FOR, FARMING ment while he'' pointed out several the, essentials to good health.', ,This I I I Bryan, publicist and editor. Born at Washington, N.C., May 18,

AND TilE GROWING OF FINELY" FLAVORED acres of cucumbers, lettuce, celery, artesian water'is the best to be found j Born at, Salem, 111., ,March 19, 1860. 1862: Home Raleigh.' N. Educated?,
cabbage, and the ,rlikand') the' anywhere,- and the lands of the Home, Lincoln, Neb. Educated at In'Wilson (N. C.) Collegiate Institute. k

.. .CITRUS FRUITS. result, of a few months' work. lie arel even'now\in such a,state of ,park-i'; Illinois College., Democratic candi Editor: Raleigh News and Observer

-- settled the land1n'it. raw state, carved vation that nearly all of the : date for President 1896,. 1900 and since 1894. Democrati '/ National com*

By J. H. Reese have' been a home, otter the: manner of the cessities are, grown right there.Moreovertheloeatiotfwithregard 19<))8. Served in Spanish-American mitteeman. from. NorthCarolin) .. __.: __
sold in small tracts, and frontiersman! out of 11's. wildernes .: !. ....., u
...t'An... .. ideaU9cationforagrove-fs, '" -to- -warr - Secretary' '
the Franklin ;
on the aTinraIiumlnglEe'"pro7portions but it is a benevolent wilderness,With marketing is good. Kissimmee Parkis I Secretary -
southeast side of of the
Treasury Wil
a ood broad -
of Lane Born
? Knight
a prosperous farming little work to do in it and on
lake said clearing about three miles from Peghorn liam Gibbs McAdoo
an old i
lawyer and railroad
grower not long Island
community. A postoffice Prince Edward Canada, July
was comparatively little work to do toma'ke Junction
When I on Sugar Belt line of president.
ago visited Kissimmee : near Marietta
( Park some time 15 1864. Educated at University of
and boat ,,
ago a yield abundantly. 'r
railway. It is Ga.
within two miles October
Saturday I remembered of 31, 1863. Home
what New
r the old making one California. Practiced, law in San
a day each
with Another who here
' way came to the I
escape projected line from Melbourne York
had to City.
, grower said. The loc tion'and two trips on Tuesdays and Saturdays the Practiced law In :Tennessee Francisco.. Candidate .for.jGovernor_ __ ._,
of northern --
inhospitable rigors a .
the conditions \\ : Kissimmee aline which. in all prob and New York.
... there. fit right in. not only carries the mall butaftords'Juick State's climate, ariived with I Builder of first of California 1902. Member of In- '. 1. }
? a case ability will be
Kissimmee Park is the : built soon; it Is about tunnels under Hudson river. President [
property of ( and Commerce Commission
terstate since
freight and
passenger of ihcumatism bad that he had I
so four
Col. Wi A. miles from St. Cloud, which af- of Hudson
McCool who and Manhattan
came to Kls- service between II rail 1905 and at chairman.
Kissimmee present
simmee some and been unable to work for months. fords a market for a lot of produce, I road.
twenty years ago looking Kissimmee Park. It Is just an hour's Aft r a few weeks of rusticating and and then there is the direct water Secretary of AgricultureDavidFranklin
for health Secretary of
and War-Lindley M. Garrison
a grove. lie ride each way; fast'boata make it in mbieathmg of the ozone from 'the line to Kissimmee. Houston, university chancel
Churches and i
found both jurist, 49 old
Kissimmee Camden
years N.
Park. lie half that time, and in the of and lor. Born at Monroe N. C. Fed. 1
course pines he
bought four thousand I health-I'estol'ing' waters school are\! conveniently near. In the !J., home Merchantsville, N. J. of ,
acres of land events every resident of Kibsimmee begun to tickle the boil himself. He course of things it will not be ; son 18661! Home St. Louis, Mot Educated "
there, and has one of the long an Episcopal clergyman. Appointedto
grovesin Park will have a boat. hasn't missed a day since, and he is before Kissim nee Park will be able the at South Carolina College and ,
the State. The flavor II chancery court in 1904 and
of the fruitis The re- .
property fronts for seven anda in the of'a of Texas 1399-1902. President '
excellent I now possession to support a school of its own, and I appointed. University ?
arid the
"' appearance of it, half miles on the water, affording home for himself and children, and is when this time arrives the school Agricultural and Mechanical '
Attorney General
as" to color and I James Clark t
size,. is such as to opportunity for many to have lake- forward of of Texas 1902-05. Chancellor "
'A- looking to a period prosperity board will establish 'one there, and McReynolds College
lawyer. Born
;] bring top prices. Two or three front homes and at Elkton, i
none of the. land
that he could never have realized when the community becomes Ky., of Washington University, St. 9
years ago Col.! McCool large February 3, 18<>2. Home New '
( bethought him so far back that all cannot have if he hadn't possessed the forti- enough churches of the various de- York Louis. since: 1908.. t
U> share his good fortune City. Educated at Vanderbilt
with others. the
. advantages of the water. tude and the faith to move here. nominations will be built. University and Secretary of Commerce-r-WilHam
Four thousand University of
acres of land in this It is somewhat remarkable Virginia. II
part of the world that Such cases might be multiplied indefinitely To particularize concerning the Practiced law at Nashville, Tenn. Cox Redfield, Congressman and man :
is than this ,
more one tract should
any embrace practically Let any man put m\o\ the\ and the ufacturer. Born N. Y.
crops people who are growing many years. Assistant at Albany, i '
one man ougyt to have Attorney Gen-
and he all I :
placedthe classes
of soil known to work of farming in this section the them is not necessary to describea eral of"the United States June 18, 1858. Home Brooklyn., N. \

. selling Valley Land agency Co with the Kissimmee this section, but this is true.. Thereis same energy, the same intelligence, condition which is general, but in Afterward especially retained, by 1903-07.Gov- Y. Educated in public schools. Engaged :' '"
Since then muck soil I
numerous -
especially adapted to the same foresight and practical some sense it emphasizes that which ernment in anti-trust in iron and steel manufacture ,:w
tracts have been matters,
sold in five, vegetable growing; high pine and action that he does in the routine' may be applied as true of the whole. ticularly in tobacco and coal par- since 1883. Served in Sixty-s nd f '
ten trust
twenty, forty and eighty acre hammock land, especially good for business of other lines"Of activity, A. F. Kritz is one of the largest prop- suit's. Congress. ". .
farms, and some of the most promis- I fruits, and lands .1
prairie especially and he will win out. The returns erty holders at the Park. He' has Postmaster General-Albert of Labor-William Bau- ;to' \

I _ _.. _____ ._ set 42'/4 acres to citrus trees, and Sidney Secretary f
Burleson, Congressman and lawyer. chop Wilson, former miner and Con : ...tarressman.

_. may income reasonably calculate on a splen- Born at San Marcos, Texas, June 7, Born at Blantyre, Scot "I, t
- did from .
. .-"'", ,.' bis investment in -* 63. Home Austin, Tex. Educatedat land, April 2, 1862.. Home Bloss- .1 'I -

.. I the course of a few years. There area Texas A and M. College, Baylor burg, Pa. Came to United Mates "1':
number of smaller :
'trotr groves, some of University and University of Texas. 1870. Educated in public schools. "l
them owned by Kissimmee A. '
people. Assistant city attorney of Austin, Miner from 1871-98. Member of r\\
F. Lincoln, the restaurant man, has -.
1885-90. ;
Attorney twenty-sixth Texas National executive board which organized t 1'1

t r Iqs Derby- judicial district, 1891-96. Memberof United Mine Workers of i ; \ I
I .
| Congress since 1899, and reelectedto America, 1890. Member of Congress "i J
mee man. has five acres which he is ,
II Sixty-third Congress. since 1907. Author of bill creating .
I going to plant in snap beans. Another Secretary of the Navy-Josephus department of labor. !
I farmer has a herd of sheep. 'W 1' t

,3 'ti.C4 The photograph of the cabbage patch -- - - - '- r :

| which accompanies this article was "I', j. ', ';"

furnished by G. W. McKelvey, who '

a has solved the problems of farmingin : 1 '.f 1f 1fy

a+ this section through a first year i I'<

of experiment and is now coming ,

o'ut on top with enthusiasm and hope "! 'I

bubbling to the brim.

The cabbage shown the \
in picture I
9 t
t'ln were planted in November, and harvesting \ t'

began! in February. Some of ; ; j '" 1'j

1 the larger ones weighed fifteen y a I Ii r

'pounds. At the market price of three

cents a pound this would give such ; j

I| h, .Tty heads the value of fortyfivecents i# ) ,f .;

I'' each. It is easy to produce a g3 ; j t 2(

% H r crop of cabbage worth in inaiket val- __
ue between two hundred. and three a ,
3 1
hundred dollars to the t a"1 This wn ;

does not come unI"] the head of --r- ,.;'' I'fi':
(.. W. :MMLVIVSmi: : .\ <;i: I'ATCII ON:: II. n HOFCK-S .L\M) vr KI
I are. It has been done and by several .,. ..IJt ,
The weight of a Tingle had was 15 pound farmers who have made a specialty c r,
;I of this particular crop. I. "t \'oJIt.

And more to be prized above other :
mg grove:. in all Florida I an' fleas Irons f("i staple farm products aid lorn !If t11are; properly solicited. I /. /
things-they are all healthy and happy -
coining: on finely in their infancy A stock) raising:. To be considered And cow' ih the/ time to get in on the ,
Kissimmee Park} has afforded a !
sight'of them'In their luxuriant ;young along with the wonderful productivity ,'ground floor. Florida is a new State '
haven and! home fdr many, and thereis NICHE IN THE COURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, PAN \
growth standing alongside the full of the lands is the unsurpassable in the development of-> its resources, .

I grown groves in bearing Is sufficient climate. One of the advantages, the I but it 14 surprising. know how: fast still some room left. II. Blan- AMA-PACIFIC 'INTERNATIONAL' EXPOSITION. > 'I*' ... 'k\\, : 4
chaine, Kissimmee, Fla., the man
to inspire the prospector with .something Santo alluded to by the old grower the desirable locations are being .
who can tell more about it if "
akin to the lure of the game when he designated a lake-side lo- bought liy the/ people! of other states you youR
re interested. of the four corners of the Court of Four Seasons will tie t
that attracts the gambler. No: man I ration; for u gmve, i is the tempering Mi: II. I !. Iilaiu' name, sales agent fort
EACH with groups of statuary syrofx>llcal of the seasons
who has the smack of the soil in him r tlu, northwest, winds by thin jour- t the Kissiinmie' I'aik ]lands" showed aud Winter The will be >1
: Summer Autumn sculpture: to
can view these broad urns of fiitilehinds fIC'0'\ <'I' the valets of the lake There mi a plat of the land with the names PIANO RI! CITAL WAS / HOI In tilclios screened by colonnades and mural palntlnga. also y

without wishing,, that he hUll ,d, HI, of lit-I I'aik claim that the of the iu'Tha''I'" marked' in. Nearly suggestive; of the seasons, will form the background for the sottingThe uI

the chance to try 'it out hmisi.\Ifnd<1 v n tri i t*'mp,',laluu* is "several dei :at i!! nl' ilu, Lund I on one "side i, of the HEARD BY MANY Court of Four Seasons will he 340 feet square Mr Jules (lnerln.I t

this is not so tlifluult us hi might i \\ .11'111'1'i hall t it is at KissimIK loadliuh' div'il! ,':s the tract has been I 1 I the noted nrtlst has charge of the color plan und the desljTuer\ : of the tr'

think Tlll'n'I arc dnrrns] if- not hut). .. even 'l'hs 1 is u gnat u lvan- soku .u ii tin i I' :.denie of the pur I I court In !Mr henry Baron of :New York. ,.'

'I I'hcale uthe/ Isnd'!'; is i bang <'on' \\.ar' to tin ,innifoit of the Park Th..l1of. t h'il'Vhal u diverse ,\ ( ( 'IIIKMSKLYLSM i 7

the purrhulser, Wants to sit out :11jliovc \. :.1',11,1 i 1 liv the w..tns and! the sultry tin) < ohr.i. of a few Mais, and it I ,.1'. t"'"
and cannot gist 1hi" 'personal tames are tniihil li\ tin wateisjc'os is ).iintr: l to lie (tie! lest' population ,

aitintll), ul'I'"ng''m"III. ran l 10" in:*uletn I.'I' t hll.i{ at the I'aik The t that a StaL'Ill..lei liavi', liccause I i it The 1 recital given in the Chapter :"' .'j
I f
hn\ <. it cured. Cm. nlnli h,. goral ilivilsil.v of tin "soil i is' r no less nl' !able is v..k.) to lie composed! of the brains'alld House! Friday eveninghy the piano (. Y', r> v.f bAly rP hg; 4+ Y } 1'c .

"nit Ins usual businiss! than ;t ts fulililv, I "saw one jjAulen, l'I1'J.( : \ :and i'KOUI'n.fulness of all i I pupils of Miss Nannie Reese was at- ':/ '

About half of lime :Mir.nil holdings in which a great, vaiittj of "seasonable the Stlllt".. 'I tended by an audience that filled all a > I.

II'!the' scuts and left several standing. ,
l \
It was the first recital given by the h

pupils of the High School muse' : department jW! f
and the parents and friends z, l tl! \
} of those '.1 ho took part i in the pr->- 9

pt I am composed the audience laig'ly.] { \'

%,t r The program was begun promptly on

the hour and it was finished without
hitch or incident to mar its completeness ] !

; L There were a number of small .
boys and girls in the class, and these '0'

: did particularly well. Masters >

I ("t.ades 1 Dnnn> and Joseph Sears, being 2

the only boys on the program, at- II : >ti < l s

acted unusual attention, and their

p'rfl>rmances were accorded much applause 'r'r'STUDY
The program consisted entirely -

1 I of piano numbers with the exception ;

of a vocal sextette of little OF THE COURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, PAN-

: girls, with Charles Dann as accompanist -

At the conclusion of the concert

LI- Miss Reese received congratulationson the wear I of the great Court of Honor at the Pan ma.P.cUIC 7., l
the success of the entertainment.The International Exposition will come the Court of Four Seasons ; v ,::,

work of the pupils showed pains- one of the most elaborate and beautiful of the great Interior I ," 'j 1

taking and conscientious training on courts that will Ue between the huge exhibit palace. of the f .'
main group. Tbe walls of the court will be partly formed by tbe palacee I
her part. }
4 of Liberal Arts and of Education and by tbe two great wings of the 1
Palace of Agriculture and partly by the classic colonnades and perl- :;. t

No. 477.-Close in small farm. This styles that will connect these buildings The Court of Four !8ea oos. In ,,;i a,
splendid property lies just inside corporate classic Italian architecture Is designed by M... Henry Bacon of New M J :.

limits, on high elevation over- York designer the Lincoln Memorial. In harmony, with the title of

looking the city and lake contains the court there will In each of Us foliar corners, beset groups of statuary '
three acres good land, all cleared andunder symbolical of tbe seasons-Spring. Summer. Autumn and Winter. I!
good fence. Small box house. t
This property is well located for sub The sculpture will be set In nlqhea screened by colonnade.. Mural paintings ;

division. A money maker for the also suggestive of the seasons will form the background for the '

. I party that secures it and sub-divides setting Mr. Jules Ouerin. the noted artist has charge of the color plan..

t into city. Iota Price $1.000.00. The Court of Four Seasons will be 840 feet square.. '; i


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I'; The Kissimmee Valley_ Gazette. TWO OF THE OLD GUARD SENATORS ARE DEFEATED FOR I SomethingNew .

COVETED POSITIONS in the History of Washington '
I ., :. CQU" -- The Progressives" are in the saddle. i

w. B. HARRIS, .' Publisher J. 11. REESE__ : ._ _._._ Editor Senator Bacon of Georgia was defeated for the position of president the. first time in ,
", ...----.. __ ._ .._ m Washington. of any ,great service to the people in
_____ tempore of"the_ Senate: He wa* entitled to the place under the seniority the history of the country new members i his first term.
One one )'t'a'r' _____.__.:.:._______ 81.60r pro
One SUBSCRIPTI01\1 cop, al xmonths!\ RATES------:---- coy,76 One copy, three months, ------ .40 I rule, but it was developed' in the nominating t speeches that he was slated for of Congress will get consider : Many responses were received by

must blgnd chairmanship: of the foreign relations committee and Senator 'O'Gorman, ation in naming the committees. By; Mrf L'Engle.. Almost* without ex."
r AU communications, except from our authorised correspondents stated that thisImportant agreement the old members who hold ception' they favorable
--.--.-- _by the writer.JRelected who nominated Senator Clarke of Arkansas (for' the position were to any
matter will not>e.>.<;rarTH'd. :-un *M-oalUd-tot.-! : -.:--. _,i -chairmanshipwhich- to be filled by Senator Bacon was suf- membership: pn four and five important movement that would tend to put all
PmTtofTloo'ln tfOon -claee mall matter .committees. will give up all but members. of congress' on an'
Florida I us equal
: t Entered at the KI.lllmmt': ., --. ..-. . -- ficlent honor tot him and the other places should; be distributed., pne, trms creating 162vacancies footing, where ability and hard work

-I'3. Clarke elected and Senator Bacon was mad -to forgo the which will be filled by members.To .
i t FRIDAY, MARCH '14. Senator was new would be' as, effective in new as in old

t 7 c1 -.' -.4-- .- honor which under the old order would have been his. Since, the death of the I Florida's new congressman-at- members. Many of the older. members -

," -- . .. .............. .-> Vice President Mr Bacon has presided over the Senate for a goodly 'part of large, lion. Claude L'Engle, of Jacksonville l learning of this sentiment and
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"t',, w rww .wh,-r. . . . xr .w-r ' rww -r.---.t I belongs the credit of initiating recognizing the justice of the claims'of
1 the time. the movement that resulted
: I' f EDITORIAL-I The press dispatches failed to say anything about Senator Bacon' s '' in this agreement, and the breakingof linquished new many committee,.- voluntarily assignments rev-

reactionary leanings as the cause for his defeat. But it must be remembered long established precedent in the in order that all might have
i +-: : -:-:-:-: -:<<(":":--'I JOE HUGH REESE r-\ that Senator Martin of the reactionary wing was defeated by Senator Kern I|I naming of
I I for the floor leadership, and it looks as if Senator Bacon defeat was' simply ago/ he wrote to the 104 new democratic Under the new system every congressman -

in !line with the Progressive, program it is possible to carry it out. congressmen calling attention I will have an opportunityto
KISSIMMEE HOPES ITS GUESTS OF THE WEEK HAVE HAD A I --- ....... to the scant and unimportant committee show what there is in him from the
PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE VISIT assignments that had in the beginning i ii and there will no longer
J Mayor' Woodward of Atlanta finding a quiet moment which is unusual ;,li i past been given to new members. lie he effective arguments in favor of the

made the that Bryan would not last : pointed out the injustice and un- re-election of inefficient
: It has been pleasant to have such guests as Kissimmee has been entertaining with !Mayor Woodward prediction more j an representative -
of the Cabinet. The Atlanta that democracy of the seniority precedent, ] because length of service
;, this week delegates to ,the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. than a year as a member Mayor says :
fp and the fact that regardless of how
/( has gi\en'him important
which the best t Bryan i< to' try and run the whole shebang and that Wilson is not i committee
the fine impels men going
Commendable in the highest I is spirit well qualified he might be, a new I I assignments that could not "be expected -
I of the State to give their time and the work of their brains to the perpetua / going: to permit It, not for a little while even. Let everybody remember that I member had little opportunity to' be : for a new member. v

f' tion of the order. The very best t of fraternal orders would go to pieces if it Bryan said himself that his tenure ,would be short. Perhaps he was preparing I .-.-"- -- --- -o

did not have the sustaining I power of a substantial and high minded personnelin a way to get out easy. ______ I simniee during the Grand Lodge Fire Department appeared before

its membership. The gathering in Kissimmee this week has done much meeting/ ('II pt. Lynch is' at home in that body and asked that the Park

for the good of the order. It has given the residents a more adequate idea Miami has had a notorious gambling house for years, but it was never any town in Florida lie is one of the Dramatic Co. be permitted to-play in

of the numerical strength of that brotherhood and has enhanced the general raided until a few days ago. Takes a long time sometimes (for the officers '|, best posted men on educational affairs Kissimmee, without the imposition of
of the State, and it would not the license provided for tent shows
respect in which it is held by the visitation among us of many of the best of the law to get up courage to do their duty. There is nothing like the backing :' ,
I be surprising li he should be electedsome the consideration being that the company -
f men and women that the State can assert claim to of public! sentiment to give back bone to police officers and judges. 'I I j day to serve as State Superintendent offered a certain percentage of

e On the other hand.. Kissimee is bound to be the gainer by their visit, ----v- __ __ I of Public Instruction. the receipts to the department.Chief .

f The town has grown so rapidly during the past few years that many who have Judge Call of Jacksonville seems to have the call (for United States I J., W White, editor of the Fraternal Tano represented to Council
t had occasion observe it during those must bear Record, of J Jacksonville attended the that the department was in need of
opportunity to years Call
not or judge. Judge is a good man for the place, even if he does live in Jack-
) the than that them. i I sessions and reported the mfor the certain equipment that was desirable,
a way with them a different idea of place preconceived by sonville.
Times-Union Mr White Is one of if not absolutely necessary, and that
The Kissimmee of today is much the and by degrees this .-. - .:-- --
r very on map : the oldest fraternal men in Florida, by remitting the license in this instance -
potential fact is becoming known. The delegates to the Grand Lodge came Just about three weeks before the Legislature convenes. Florida folks I and is a member of more orders, the department might be ableto

from every corner of the State and they will spread the news of Kissimmee's will then have something to talk about besides Federal appointments. i probably, than any of them/ make such purchases without ask-

growth and hospitality, an deach of them will be an automatic advertising -- -: --- W II. Lattimer of Ta\ares, who ing Council for appropriation.. The

agency for publishing the good things that may be said about this modern Kissimmee is the home of a ten million dollar corporation. What other was' re-electe Las Keeper .of Recrds petition was denied
and Seal, has Jeld] that office for a The Park company has played in
and progressive town. town in Florida can assert claim to such a highly capitalized concern ? quarter] of a century When one Kissimmee and is recognized as being

It is proper to thank those delegates who voted to have the Grand --- knows him there is no wonder that different from tent shows of the

r Lodge meeting in Kissimmee. The opportunity 1 is one which we wouldn't heis so popular with his fraternity objectionable class The Council took

have missed tot any reasonable consideration. The pleasure is ours. He 'is pleasant accommodating and I the position that the, ordinance to be
II AMONG THOSE PRESENTSPECIAL ,efficient) and is very much on the job ,,(f"t"tlmu t l I.e rigidly observed.
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Sumter L, I Lowry of Tampa, who
THE NEW COUNCIL WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD MENTION: OF SOME: ; OF) lust executivesetretarj and was appointed was chosen H" Supreme Representative .

I PEOPLE TilE; IHSTIO\Gl-ISIiED: FI-(; circuit ti urt judge l by Governor ; is a J polished and popular member I
RKS IN: .IT'I'ENI.1N'E.: Broward, and left the/ capital to of the order He renewed many II
t take that position, being succeeded friendships in KiSHimmi. and was to !I For Quick Sale at
., A resolution adopted at recent session of Council '
was a authon/mg Hon, JanieK, ( of
iune Tampa I by Daniel \ Simmons Judge Wolfe all appearances| i much delighted/ with
the City Engineer to make a survey of the City's waterfront and prepare was among the Grand Lodge visitors has made a line record! on the bench He the fine progress made by the town a Bargain

plans with estimates of the cost for a sea wall and concrete dock. Mr (Cranea a member of the Flor- is i able and conscientious, two essential since) he was a visitor here
ida Senate I'lOV"! and was one of the for 'Jen. acre.. one year 01.1. choice varieties
qualities a judge to
This is but the initial step toward the projection of( a plan which has possessScott
most prominent members of that !II. Loftin of Pensacola Grapefruit, and Oranges Peach
j been under discussion by parties who are interested in the construction of NO TENT SHOW CAN
body, lie has been many times honored among the well known delegates He trees between the citrus trel'sthele'r
.1 a city dock. The plan as'outlined in the last issue fof the Gazette contemplates by his people and is still in the !became prosecuting{ attorney in Pen TEMPT THE i will pay for the grove in year '

+ { the filling in behind the sea wall and adding some three acres of made running lie is a past grand chan sacola] at a youthful age and has held COUNCIL : Has had expert care from clearing of

.' land to the holdings of the city. The estimated value of such property is cellor. the office for so long that it is hardto land to present time

I' t at best uncertain, but if the work can be done at a figure that is within reason Hon Charles B. Parkhill, of Tampa, think that he is still a young/ man "'.\nK IIHAlL'I'll' COMPANY OF- I
f the worth of the property thus acquired will be equal to the expense. another past grandchancellor, wa when this fact i is known, but he is, rKKKD) TO( PLAY FOR BENEFITOF I I I also offer fourteen acres all prepared -
: and for
those Park- ready planting grove.
among/( present and is just upon the beginning/ of
j Moreover it has not been taken into account, apparently, that the dock hill was an associate justice of the what promises to be a long and useful 'I 1'111FIltE: DEPARTMENT I Lake front, with grove of large live

could be made to pay an income which in the course; of time would pay for Supreme Court for a number of career The ordinance placing a prohibitory oaks for building site. In plain

the, dock structure many times over. years, but resigned' to take up the I Thos. J. Carling, Supreme Chancellor tax on all tent shows is as invariable view of Kusimrnee. For sale by

,f, Everybody who has occasion to require dockage facilities is willing to practice of law in Tampa. At the I was among the visitors. He as the laws of the Medes "and Per owner
time of his resignation he was a favorite holds the -highest office that can be sians. At least it has
'" 7 pay wharfage People object to paying for something that they do not I proven so '
I possibility representative J. E. Mattocks.
I conferred by the order. lie professes far
,: receive but if the facilities are provided and equitable rates are imposed from the, Third congressional district I a" genuine love for Florida and At Tuesday evening's meeting of

: I there will be no objection on the part of the shippers. and it is generally agreed that her people, and it is easy to believe 1 Council Chief Alfred A. Tano of the ,KISSIMMEE;. FLA.

". 1 rt !,. Taking this phase of the question under survey with the value of the he would have been elected had he I that he means what he says. 'He is . --._--

_: t'. I h waterfront to be improved the city is bound to be the gainer by making this made the race. lie says, however, : unaffected and simple and has such .
; ,t investment. that glad that he didn't, for he I a democratic way with him that it is -- -
The demand for a dock is so great and so insistent that the
realizes the slavery of a public man'slife no wonder that he has achieved the
" ;t( Council need have little fear in submitting the to the people whenever i I
question and he finds
private pursuitsmuch
/greatest success us a member of the FINE I INVESTMENTBUY J
ht a definite plan is worked out and presented. the people will approve if the more satisfactory. great order of which he is the official ,

(: proposition is a good one. Hon Samuel J. Hilburn, of Palatka, head.
J< 'J -- --r past grand chanofllor was one of the
.', Hilton S. Hampton, who retired NOW, SELL THIS SUMMER
first to' register lie vas acrormmmed from the grand chancellorship, and is
\ by his accomplished wife who AT A LARGE INCREASE v /.
now past grand chancellor,
I attends the Grand Lodge meeting companied to Kissimmee by Mrs. I
I with him. Mr Hilburn gave Con- Hampton, who is no whit less loyal :' i
The far-sighted and wise
people are baying Real Estate NOW.
1 gressman Frank Clark the scare of to, the order than her husband. Mr.
S bM Governor Park Trammell will recommend a measure to the Legislature his life in the last race for that office, Hampton has had a successful ad- ; I We offer as an forest nent the following list of property, to be sold I II
| as a whole, at about two-thirds its actual value, and on terms
1 ,. allowing traveling men and others who may be from their homes and his friends confidently predict ministration as grand chancellor, and I easy
on I of payment. The improved property Included in the list bring a
'f 1s election day to vote upon the presentation of their poll tax receipts and reg- that Hilburn will yet land in Con- conducted the affairs of the office in I' rental of $69.00 per month.
istration certificates.If 'gress. He has had an unusually successful the same energetic manner that is I

career, and was never defeated characteristic of him in his own One nine-room house with bath and electric lights, fronting on
could be handled strictly in accordance with! the spirit and intentof prior to his contest with Fran business. It is doubtful if a more brick paved street renting for $20.00 per month. This property

the proposed law it would be a just and good measure but it would offer' Clark. He is made of winning ma- I generally popular man ever held the easily worth $2,500.00.Fiveroom .

an opportunity for fraud which does not now exist, and we seriously doubt terial, and is a man to be reckoned office. j|
if the Legislature will act favorably the GoVernor's with in the future politics of Florida. Wiliam L. Straub, of St. PetersI I cottage and bath, nearly new, modern in every way,
e The method of recommendation. Hon. Dexter M. Lowry, Mayor of burg, editor of the St.Petersburg II on large lot, fronting on brick paved ", street renting for $10.00 per
present requiring a man to vole in his home month. Would be
precinct or Tallahassee, was a delegate to the Times, was among the distinguished cheap at $1,800.00. I II
all "
not at operates in an unsatisfactory way upon many men who will ex- Grand Lodge. Mr! Lowry is a prominent visitors. Mr. Straub has done I '
Five-room cottage large lot, brick
ercise their on fronting on paved street
right to vote at all reasonable hazards. business of the
It young man
some times costs a man capital splendid and unceasing work for his has water connection. House renting for $10.00 per month. This
a considerable sum to go home to vote and we all know. that this is a rule .city, and the fact that he has been home town, and his paper has grown property if purchased separately would cost 125000.

ai )' with many men. Others are compelled to sacrifice their votes because Mayor for several terms testifieshis from a weekly to a prosperous daily I

Gl, ( can neither afford to take the time they popularity. He has recently been lie is an artist as well as an editor, Four-room cottage, located on large lot, fronting on brick
c nor spend the money to do so when ant engaged in a moral and physical and some of his paintings have been | paved street renting for $10.00 per month. Easily worth $900.00.
i y election day finds them in some place remote to their homes. cleaning up of Tallahassee, and the accorded the recognition of distinction -
, ) T' If I Two cottages bringing in a rental of $14.00 month. Worth
i some sure method -identification could be established so that fraud old town is enjoying its most prosperous I per

?/ .sk would be absolutely impossible we should like to see Governor Trammell's era under his administration. Hermann Ball, of Tallahassee, I $800.00.One

d recommendation enacted into law. William C. West, of Jacksonville, I hadn't been to Kissimmee for many cottage rented to colored people, renting for $5.00 per

h_ --_ u_ past grand chancellor, waJ fet once years until he came in the other night month. Worth $500.00. y
Florida one of the most distinguished looking with the West Florida delegation. He :
f' senators were the first to receive at the hands of the President and handsomest men among the confesses that he wouldn't have One-half interest in 141 city lots, each lot easily worth $75.00now

) himself the information that he expected to handle the matter of appointments members of the Grand Lodge. He known the town. Herman Ball was and values are gradually increasing.Two .

i through his cabinet officers. Mr. Wilson had issued an order to this was for many years city recorder of at one time associated with his close in resident lots worth $500.00 each.

effect the first day he was in office but it seems that the senators and Jacksonville and clerk of council. He brother, the late Julius Ball, in the

resentatives were not quite sure that he meant it. President rep- made a record of efficiency that is management of the old Bloxham ho- Investigate and you will find that all of the above are good
{h be Wilson seems to seldom equalled, and enjoys a wide tel at Tallahassee, and is one of the properties, worth at a low estimate $14,850.00. We will sell every.
a positive man; his yea ,is his yea and his nay. his nay. Senators' popularity in his hme city.II. best known men in the State. thing in the above schedule for the sum! of $9,300.00. The person

I Fletcher and Bryan called next day to discuss appointments in Florida with II. 'Richardson, of Jacksonville, James Largue, a member of the buying now will reap large profit.*.

the President. The papers. Jell us that the matter was handled courteously was among the delegates. Mr. Rich- mechanical staff of the Pensacola
' but firmly and that the interview ardson was a Knight before he became News, was one of the West Florida We also have two well located business! lots on Broadway, in
'r wt aIs. was not prolonged. Well, anyway, the secretary of the Jacksonville very best part of the business district, which we are offering for.
Florida representatives. Mr. "
senators got their jolt first handed. argue says $5,250.00.We .
I Board of Trade, which has made him that Pensacola is making rapid

+%t The famous. He is loyal to the order andis strides in progress, one of the l latest will be pleased t. have you call and are these properties.
mayoralty fight in Jacksonville waxes warm. A young person of generally found paging around being the adoption of commission
the ...---,... ..... .
name of Swearingen is when there is anything in the -
about to upset the plans of the standpatters doing government. The News is leading the

there who are trying to continue old Mayor Jordan in office. way of a convention. I vanguard and is giving its morning
Swearingen H. M.
Judge Emmett Wolfe in
made a remarkable race in the first contemporary a hard race.
primary and he is
going to win or a car load of Pensacola delegates. He M.
IB dications are all wrong. in-I I George Lynch, of Gainesville,
was the late Governor Broward's
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'\. THE mSIMMEE V VALLEY.GAZETTE Born, to?Mr.. and. Mrs.I R.' p. Waring, A.. W? .
1'slephone No. 11.. L. It was one of the post .r I
on Monday
March 10th, a son.
successful of the many that have .
Published !: iCORREC'f
Every Friday' By See the Osceola been' given. Tickets had been disposed -
County Fair at the
Paetimee.March, : 27 and28., of in advance and a large gathering .... .

participated. in, the_pleasures of .-
. Take a hack and see',, the County the evening. There was no prear-

1 I Weather Fair at the Pastime, March 27 and 28. ranged program, but there was no .
ReportS fall in Line With the Cool '
Jim Miller Is at home from Columb lack several-of of amusement. There was 'music I Dressers : :: .
by the guests and the Impromptu -.
a College for
weeks' stay"with
,Following are the daily ,temperatures l his nature of the diversions tendered '
parents.A. 1 0 ; .
;,: ; and precipitation aa the evening more enjoyable J" :

> reported by the Government E. Drought, of St. Cloud, was than it otherwise might! hav,. been. Palm Beach Suits Straw Hats ,
', station at Kisslminrte. for the transacting business Jn Kissimmee . H' .----..-,-. - 1-- r'' ;r"J
C. W. Randall, the camera man, .' \
; week ending Mar. 13. 1913.. yesterday.Mrs. In Woolen. Crash .and
:, I for the Municipal and CommercialFilm The -largest stock and : f;

;1 MAX: rice BAINFriday > Geo. A. Gilbert returned last Co., of Indianapolis, has been. Linen. :1

"'\ -s-I'J '- . . . . 77 52 . Saturday from ,a visit to relatives at in Kissimmee this week making pictures t the greatest selection In ,' '

"I I Saturday . .. 71 51 , Dade City. which will be made into a film *Plain 'and Norfolk Styles- t Osceola Co. 'A style for I

Sunday. . . . 79 57 70 Miss for a motion picture of the scenes in $8,00 to $15OO 1 _ __ _.___ ... }
.. f Monday . . . 83 63 treats Brainerd does shampooing and and about Kissimmee. He took views every taste in stiff straw ..
ladies' hair at their homes. of the K. of P. parades, fire depart- ,
Tuesday.. . .. 82 66 1
I Wednesday, 85 63 651 Phone 36. 12-lt ment exhibition and fire drill at the and Panama. ": '

Thursday 86 67 The A. W. L. is going to give a school building, and also got a num- ...1so

OOOOOOOOOOOOO. County Fair at the Pastime, March ber of interesting scenic pictures. Warm Weather '
27 and 28. This film will be exhibited at the Pastime i 'M

theater in about two weeks, the Shirts P k i
I I I I I I I 11 I I I I 11 I I I" While the men are talking about a time calculated' for it to be developedand Summer '

; : County Fair for next the ladies returned to Woodbeck.It .
i what takes
J" i got 1
: THE LOCAL FIELD. : have arranged to have one at the will be shown also in some of the ,

: Pastime March 27 and 28. current weekly pictures.Dr. to make you cool in Shirts. Underwear'

t 't i 11 nj 111111111111111111t I I I I I The Valley Gazette job,6ftice i is W. T. Moore will deliver his Come in and look them B. V. D. & Por knit in. :i

Strand wood $1.25 per strand. prepared to take your orders for litho- lecture en "John Bull in His Castle,"

Prompt delivery within city limits. graphing, engraving, embossing or ,at the Christian church tonight at over. union and two piece suits.KATZ'S .

Phone 252 M. B. Carson. 10-tf any high class work in the printing 7:30. This lecture will be a contrast '
line. between the English and American 'i'

Tatting shuttles at Miss Lord's. It home. The lecture abounds in good I '
Mr. and Mrs. Alexis Barbeau and .
humor and sound philosophy. Admis-
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage. two maids and Mrs. Walton Barbeauand '
sion free, and every one welcome. I ,
Apply to H. N. Bratton. lltf
daughter Elaine, are spendingsome The revival services that have been
Men's white shoes. F. 11. Law- months at their beautiful homeon -
conducted by Dr. Moore closed last THE CLOTHING CORNER ;
the island. .1 a
son. 12-1 night Much good has been received : i

W. II. Brokaw with Griffing Brothers Mrs. R. W. Cobb has returned froman from the meetings that the Christian 111. .

the. tree people. 40-tf extended visit to friends in Pensa- church will always knidly remem- ",

- cola and ather parts and is at hometo ber Bro. Moore and his great mes- .. - --- U _ _ - -- _n _n -0.---- r ) .

White Khaki trousers. F. 11. Law- her friends again at Mrs. L. R. sages. Rev. Chisholm will fill the pulpit HAMPTON'S ADMINISTRATION of> the Fraternal Record, for his cour- Some men have their virtues hid l.

L son. 12.1 rmer's. as usual next Sunday. WAS PROSPEROUS PERIOD tIn esy in permitting me to use the col- den by wealth--others their vices by "

of his without In Joverty. J' j
. Paul Gibson, of Tampa, was in the J. W. Ward, of Floral City, was in A harrowing accident occurred on the annual report of the Grand imns paper charge. '_ s\
- city this week. the city Wednesday. He came to Thursday morning--when, -the Midland Chancellor, Hilton S. Hampton favored 'act, this was the only way I could 1

visit his turpentine camp at Rosalie. train, which was crossing Broadway, a State organizer and a Pyth- each the membership, except by the :

" Wood, Wood, Wood. Phone 168 He was accompanied on the trip by ran into a car driven by R. H. ian publication. For the first timein expensive! method of having circulars

1 for your wood. $1.25 and $2.00 per his friend ]Harry Elson, of Jacksonville I lam. Mr. Ludlam was LUd-1 five years, he said, the order show- printed and mailed, and he cheerfully I
strand. 7-tf get his car into the automobile pa- I ed a substantial gain in membership. published every article I sent -f ,
Muses Helen Perdew! and Celeste rade, but upon approaching the cross- Following are some extracts from his
e Mrs J. C. Massee, who has been the of the The order shows a substantial gainin
attended the State Christian ing and seeing{ nearness address: W
I k Mosely 1 1x
visiting her sister, Mrs N. C. Bryan, brake. I Ii i membership for the first time in m
convention at Wint'- Park train he applied the emergency 1 have concluded, as a result of my -
P Endeavor leaven tomorrow for her new home and five years, and it is the opinion of :D "t E
last week i The brake failed to work, the 'experience, to recommend the electionof \ i r..;
in Dayton, 0", Rev. Ir having car crashed into the cow-catcher, and a state organizer (who can at the well-informed Pythians throughout -f r'o .1 JJ.t

The Guarantee Inv. and Loan Co., accepted.) the pastorate of a Baptist was considerably damaged In the i same time be the representative of the grand domain that the year 1913 .

:-S. Tampa, Fla., lend money at 5 per cent church in that city car with Mr. Ludlam were Mrs. J. ,', the insurance department, and thereby I will]) witness even a greater increase. m .'',,,"I t ", ";

interest, payable in small monthly In- J. Wade Tucker and Leonard Wil- D. Woodbeck, Mrs Henry Aultman :I reduce the expense), whose duty Grand Chancellor Hampton'sCommittee ::0 i I' _;
stallments. Write for particulars. 6tf and :'o1isMary Dixon. The party was it shall be, under the direction of the Apponitments. ih a ''"
liams of )Ixjughman spent Wednesday I
badly shaken up and frightened, but grand chancellor, to devote his entire Grand Chancellor Hilton S. Hampton / ,, /
come in' Mr. Tucker is ,
The Maddock-Field Players KiMl I ,
suffered no personal injury. time in visiting weak lodges, aiding has appointed the following committees > ,y
to the Pastime next Monday, Tues- manager for the Everglades Cypress - - for the session: Ii!
: them in out instructing
day and Wednesday, presenting a Lumber Co., which has a large Additional Locals on Page Seven reparts, Finance: Marcus Endel, No. 15; J. A fine new Powers 6-A machine 4 .
them ir secret work and in
repertoire of new plays. mill at Loughman. I E. 1 Day, No. 21; H. W. Peters, No. has been installed in the Dixie I j"'
,,_ Death of Infant Harris. I the objects of the order, as well as 10l!) ; J. A. Dawson, No.2; F. H. Theater) and as a consequence the i
'C'b Mrs B. F. Hall, of' Alva, who has I Hr. James A. Dawson was among: I William Walton Harris, the infant organizing new lodges. Had I sucha Young, No. 54; A.' G. Smith, No. 7. pictures are all life-size and brighter

laces l spending several weeks with the Jacksonville visitors to the Grand '' man this past year, I could have Laws and Supervision: W. R. and clearer than ever before, all of "t
.e J ., son of Mr. and Mm. C. H. Harris, O'Neal, No. 9 S. J. Hilburn: No. 8)
a.r. relatives in Klssimmee, will leave tomorrow Lodge. lie said that everybody hada organized three more lodges. It was ; ) which is being appreciated by the /
died Thursday and the remains were S. L. Lowry, No. 43; J. E. Wolfe, No. theater is .
ot for Leslie, Ga., where she will good: time in Kissimmee and would shipped! to Portsmouth 0.. Thursday ,, impossible for me to remain in the I 13; H. H. Richardson, No. 15; L. C. patrons shown by of the this increasing popular attendance., as tl : :

spend Home time. remember the visit for a long timeto evening The child was just a month | respective communities because my Lynch, No. 20; II. Clay Crawford, rq, ,
made in No.1. machine combines all the very .. J .'
come. presence was(; imperative This
born in Kissimmee his '
small box of old, and was I State of Order James E. Crane, '. .
e'F.. C. Howe shipped a and there : that there i*' t
Tampa, was no appropri- latest improvements, so
strawberries by parcel post to his H. G. Linderman, representing mother and father having come to No. 43; W. P. Watson, No. 9; W. J. :
,'e. brother-in-law Jno. B. Gaw, at Te- Cleo. M. Chapin, of Jacksonville, whois visit the father's brother, Mr. Harris, ation allowing the expense of the' I Odom, No. 16; II. C. Stanford, No. no flicker, but projects upon the. ''i I .a'or.a
ve of the Dutton-Harris Shoe Co. The grand keeper of records and seal in 10; F. A. Walpole, No. 65; D. E. screen a picture that is steady as a :, .;
.in cumsth. Neb., some days ago and received preparing{ data for a history of father returned several weeks doing the work hence they were per- I Bivins, No. 25; W. L. Straub, No. 42; rock. .. } j. j
they had arrived Florida to be issued within the next ago, '
a letter stating mitted to die for the lack of an en- D. E. Tompkins, No. 19; R. B. lan
by in good shape. eighteen months, has been spending and the body was shipped by expressto ry, No. 55.Distribution. All danger of fire is eliminated by jt
several days in Kissirtimee. him and the interment will be at ej-getic man at the helm. It is my I : T. ,Byrd Sparkman, automatic shutter. which shuts off ': J

The spring millinery opening of the Portsmouth; Funeral services were opinion that if an able and enegetic j No. 12; R. Weatherford, No. .104; B. the light from the film, tho moment ':f' : ) ,r),jI

Elite Millinery Parlors will occur next W. T, Edwards, of Jacksonville, was held at the Harris home in Kissimmee man is selected, he will earn hisyear's F. Wolfe, No. 13; J. F. Davis, No. 47 j I the machine is stopped, thus preventing
I monthsby W. B. Davis, No 67} J. F. Porter, No. it from catching firs ;I
All the ladies of Grand Lodge visitor. Mr. Edwards salary in the first four
18. a
March conducted
Tuesday, : Thursday evening, by-. Nicholas Powers, has, for fifteen :::.. .:
Kisstmmee are especially invi .e4 to was enthusiastic over the manner in i Rev. A. 51. Chisholm; of the Christian bringing back into\, the order these 69.Credentials and Returns J. J. years, been known to American moving -

visit the store. All the latest creationi which Kissimmee entertained the visitors church: M defunct lodges. If necessary, reducethe Burkam, No. 20; O. J. Farmer; No. picture exhibitors, as the foremost :
on display. 12-ltjH\ and couldn't say quite enoughto appropriation allowed other Grand 4; F. D. Bryan, No. 45; John MarshallNo. designer and manufacturer of motion- : I
show his appreciation.Dr. )Death of Mrs. K. (). Crafton. Lodge officers for the present. 28; C. J. Rose" No. 31; D. J. picture apparatus. : ) ;..
The subjects for Dr. Sibert's discourses Mrs. R. O. Crafton died at her homeon Second It is imperative that the Parks, No. 66J.; C. McCormick, No. -.... N}
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Methodist church next. II. G. Geiger is the guest of his after- 121. ', &
at the street Thursday grand keeper of records and seal be Mileage and Per Diem: R. J. Riles, .
Sunday will be, morning: "A Separate brother, Attorney II. I). Geiger, this noon at 4 o'clock. She had been an purchased a cyclostyle! or some sort of No. 15; W. J. Williams, Jr., No. 29; 1'"J\

People;" evening: "The Cost of a Fit week. Dr. Geiger has been connected invalid for some time. Mrs. Craftpn printing machine, by which circulars E. R. Dickerson, No. 12; Charles N. Spring] Opening ;;

of Temper." All are cordially mv:t-d. with St. Catherine's Hospital, is survived by her husband. The funeral should be issued through his office, Hampton, No. 124; W. H. Powell, No. ; i .

Brooklyn, N. Y., as resident physician services will\ be held at 2:30': '' from the grand chancellor, whichas 62. I
member of the Appeals and Grievances: Charles Elite i ;
W. W. Chandler, a and for the past eigh- Millinery
district surgeon this afternoon from the Baptist well as circulars issued by him- B. Parkhill\, No. -; C. W. Greene, .,
school board from the Basscngcr teen months. church, and the interment will\ take self, can be"issued in an economical No. 99; Paul S. Thompson,. No. 22; .'

spent a few days in the city the place at Laurel Hill. The Craftons' way. Under the present system such Charles Conrad, No. 48; J. O. Turnip- Parlors' I
looking after business maters, returning Ellis Hall, chemist Big : seed, No. 93; L. M. Caswell, No. 79; K
I to Kissimmee about five sent to and
been his came years papers are a printer, area :
the steamer Lillie Four railrOad, has visiting W. C. Adams, Sr., No1. 120.
I home on from Tennessee, and have a large needless
parents in Kissimmee. Mr. Hall ago expense. Tuesday March 18 '
Tuesday. comes from Indianapolis. His mother number of friends to whom the news I Official I Visits.I There are too many people in this ; '.! { .
of her death will be intelli- world who are trying to as I "
went grievous pose
Dr. Lane, of Pennsylvania, will accompany him on his return have made forty official visits, a stained-glass saints.It "' r" -
down on the steamer Lillie to Bassen- home. They will go by way of Chi- gence. report of which I have made from. is a strange world-those who I Ladies Especially 1 I '

ger this week. lie .expects to securea cago. time to time. In May, 1912, I visited :love you well make you weep and : Invited

team and guides at that place and of W. J. SEARS CHOSEN J such lodges as my time permitted in \those'who hate you make you laugh. : 1
Mrs. Nellie Fleischman Carapolis,
Indians at Cow j .
visit the Seminole South Florida; again, in August I '
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Pa, left for her home today after a "
Creek. went to West Florida, visiting such' ; .. I
brief stay in Kissimmee. Mrs. HEAD OF GRANDLODGE as my time permitted, west of Talla- ir 1'" T 1 "'
Mr. and Mrs. Erskme Smith, of To- Fleishman was here last season, andis I \' XiS, !
hassee. In November I made a
ronto, arrived Sunday. Mr. Smith recently so highly pleased with our city .
purchased the Jim Miller place, that she has decided to return in the (Continued from page 1)) journey through: Middle Florida, at- I "

i\\ and made is there.having extensive He is going improvements to make a early fall to remain permanently. Lattimer has held the place for tending Gainesville.district I have meetings installed at Ocala officersfor and I 'fiYnd will! A. S Gilbert's I : I, ,

I show of it. Madame Jean Voile\ has returned twenty-six years.W. the Monteflore Lodge at Jackson- : at.. '.

place from a visit to Toronto, where she B. Davis, of Madison, opposedWm. ville, for the Bay Lodge, Red Cross I -, 'l ".

\ Will McCarha and wife and Mrs. went to make arrangements for put- C. West, of Jacksonville\ for and Pythagoras at Tampa; for Lake- i :;

Morrison, of Mont Brook, Fla., were ting her sub-division on the market. Grand; Master of the Exchequer, but land, Raiford, Bradley Junction, Win- an up-to-date line of Spring.;; I ; ;

in Kissimmee last week, having motored :She:; owns the Getz grove, which has the latter won by a vote of 71 to 61. ter Haven, Sarasota and Tarpon

over in their touring car. While been divided up into city lots for For Grand Master at Arms E. 1'. Springs. I have been unable, owingto I Goods. The latest in Ripperlets '': t ,4.

here they were the guests of E. F. sale z I Roberts', of Key West, was opposedby distance and press of work, to

Collier and family. I E. R. Uickeison, of Tampa, but 'I reach the East Coast and desire to l solid colors and fancy' ,L 1 ; j ji

Miss. Elizabeth Carson leaves Sun- ; the former was elected by a good call the attention of my successorto
r: \ Orlando Reporter-Star: Dr. H. S. day for Columbia College at Lake I majority. the necessity of some missionarywork i stripes Corduroys and ; r (

Geiger of Kissimmee, for the past City to take a place as a member of I N. P. Yowell, of Orlando, was with- in this section. I have expended Mar(1-

eighteen months; resident physicianand the faculty. Miss Carson taught at out opposition for the position of :| about four hundred and fifty dollars quisettes. Linen Skills ; \ .

surgeon of St. Catherine's Hospital Columbia previously and she has a I Grand Inner Guard, but there were ($450.00)) from the appropriation t.. 1I

in Brooklyn, N. Y., is in the city, genuine affection for the institutionand fourcandidates for Grand Outer guard allowed me for this year. I I Middy Blouse 50c, 75c, $1 ; 1" ,',!

'-4' the guest of his brother-in-law. W. H. is much interested in its welfare W. L. Straub, of St. Petersburg; W. Until that time comes, we must

Brokaw. I J. Odom, of Ft. Myers; R. M. Earnest keep before the world the, virtues and Shirt Waists, 50c( 75c, !1. ?'

Tampa Times: Kissimmee has a Walter S. Russell, of Jacksonville, of Bartow, and W. J. Williams, beautV of. .the order, ''and in an en- i =:

building .boom that is two years old attended the Grand Lodge. He is a I Jr., of Milton, were the nominees. Mr. deavo to accomplish this in Florida, ,
Williams\ won on the first ballot. I hav been much hampered by the .'
shows no '
and still in its prime. brother of Rufus Russell, managerof Don't fail to ''
but i is flourishing in There were but two contestants for fact.that I had no official publicationin see our
signs of decay the, Jacksonville Metropolis, andis
full vigor. The Gazette gives a very engaged om that publication him- the next meeting of the Grand Lodge, which information could be con- '

respectable list of the new enterprisesthat self. Mr. Russell was surprised at Ocala and Eustis. The vote of the veyed to the membership, and events line before buying
in or body fell in favor of Ocala, which is occurring among the lodges might be A
are either now progress the splendid growth that Kissimmee f
to be convention of chronicled It is conviction thatwe --
have been signedor coming a city my
for which contracts has had since he was in the city last

tant plans item perfected of which,is the the most new Metho-imporr The younger set entertained at the note.While the contests Were heated, mit are this making state of a big affairs mistake, and to effort per- No 45 Cor Main and Park, Phone 35 .

conducted in should be made to remedy it. In this .
dist church, the contract for which Chapter House :Tuesday evening as they were good spirit

has been executed and the work upon I an unusual feature of the season's I and there was no unpleasantness apparent connection I wish to acknowledge a
the result. debt of gratitude tp Brother White,
which will commence immediately. series of receptions arranged by : as a


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I !* Miss Maud Hlgham and her mother, '
: who have ,been guests' at, the Gray .

.JB .* Stl : stone, left Monday for a week' visit! ; > .
Hi .1" ;',,,' '!S at to Kissimmee St. Petersburg' They will return : : 'ii
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Hi :EVERY day is a bargain day' .at this ww Attorney James N. Carson and wife t .. J
arrived Sunday afternoon to be the

' store. Our stock is complete in HiK guests of Mr. Carson's parents, Mr' an

f and Mrs. C. A. Carson, for some ,time Orange '

Attorney Carson is recovering from a ..1
every department. We can Hi recent illness, during which he under-

Hi HiHi went a serious operation.Dr. I
supply everything to fur- j Grove ?
W. T. Moore, president of the ,
Florida State Board of the Christian
!Hi: nish the home or run ffiHi church, who had been conducting a I,

i series of meetings at the Christian ,, $T I

the farm w church of Kissimmee, announced Sunday .
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4 grove W evening that the meetings have some Bargains in . / .:.

--2 Hi be continued through the week. The ;
t services have been well attended.
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( $ Miss Ida Langdon was exhibitingthis I Groves to Offer ,At
week a freak in the form of a t

|: Osceola strawberry. The berry was perfectly ,

Hardware Company I IHi : grew formed had but extended the stem its length on which throughthe it i Big Money to be made in Citrus

berry and had formed blooms for _'
L SHi Fruit business in Florida now. : I
other! berries beyond, which gave the ,
lone berry the appearance.. of' having .

!Hi 2 I a tassel. i Compare the following! properties. "t'.,

!* Hi :I Judge T. M. Murphy received Tues- and prices with property you
!Ii' HiliHiHiHlHi day the sad intelligence that his : i

1 yI yl !yl y' 1$ y1!Iili! Y1 Yt 1 r. I y'1' 1 $ $ !yt yt t y1 y1! $ !Y1 !y1 ! elder sister, Miss Louisa Murphy, see.. and be your own judge )}t tr j
..0"V' : had died, Sunday night. She was

"V'I eighty years of age, and was the oldest ._ .
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:member of the family composedof Grove. A .tract located --:
Orange twenty acre on ,. I
FRUIT REMAINS 1 ally arising from chronic complaints, I I I at our berg one day during the week herself and four brothers. Judge Fine 10-acre grove in full bearing, marl road, two miles from depot on ;,

a few colds, but a doctor would starve i iI j ji r I on a business trip, and Miss Nora accompanied Murphy Deceived the news from his located three miles from Kissimmee. St. Cloud road. Property has good .,:.1

i here in forty days if he depended I,,' by Miss Katie Simmons, brother who lives at Trenton, N. J. Good 4-room cottage and out-build- house and three-acre orange grove in .:
YET BE strictly on his practice for his hog was with us last ,' 'i
TO SHIPPEDLACK j Saturday. They report W. S. Graham, who has been. en- ings. Splendid well of water, convenient bearing. This grove will yield from "
: and hominy. the railroad within hailing dis- gaged in the railroad L nine's tit Vidalia to school and churches, rail- 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges each "
Our school is slightly on the tance. Our esteemed friend R. W. '
de-j Sufficient land cleared and in
Ga., for the past yi-iir or co. has road station within 300 yards of prop- year.
crease, corn planting has been the order (Duck) Simmons, has a fine home
cultivation to increase to twelveor
accepted a position in the A. C. L. erty. Will sell for $7,000.00( on very grove
OF TRANSPORTATIONIS of the day for some time near where is to be located
past, a depot
fifteen and at time
acres same can
freight office at this place anJ l bc ,an favorable terms. See this property :
and active preparations for the coming I and as a station is to be erected within his duties last week. "Strick," as his be yielding any garden truck desired. 'I w
crop cause our farmers to requireall one-half mile of his domicile his J
If in search of that will :
familiarly known here, is an old Orange Grove. property '., ;
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line working material at home. many friends are rejoicing with I him '
results now, and at all times while
Kissimmee boy, and his host of friend
MAKKKT' THE CROP" GROWNIN Corn in some places is about knee i over future prospects.Our Ten-acrfe grove, half in bearing or- while investigate .. .
in this city are glad to have him extending new grove, "(
THE WIIITTIER high and if no serious obstacle interferes hotels are doing a fair busi- with us again.Jacksonville ange trees, the other half in young this. This property is convenient I I ".
there will be an abundant crop ness; the constant passing and re- trees just coming into bearing, consisting -i .
DISTRICT. to town, has marled road on one,side, 'xy
'this year. passing of autos,loaded with hungry Metropolis: Mr. and I of oranges, grapefruit and one end. Price $4,200.ORANGE t '
Since the hunters have left us the passengers being the chief source of Mrs. Gay Livingston of Rosalie have tangerines. One of the very best ;s... ,!.'

The first thing in order is our rail deer and turkey have resumed their trade. been spending the past few days in properties offered in Osceola county. GROVE .-,

road. It keeps coming, coming, saucy attitude, they are abundant in The telephone service is in splendid 'the city, the guests of the former'smother Close td railroad station. Price Twentyracre orange grove, all tinder .

conning, creeping creeping, creeping.I've localities, but appear to understand order. We have a central located at Mrs. T. II. Livingston. Mrs. $5,000.00. Terms on part of purchase good fence. Railroad runs :

heard of patience on a monu- what law protection means. Our 'Mr. O'Berry's which greatly facili- Gay Livingston's many friends in the price. through grove; station adjoining 'j 1'
fishermen in the of their tates the transmission of property; good school and church :
ment smiling at grief, we haven't are height messages. city will regret to learn that she is
ibeen smiling so awfully much, but glory. The lake is teeming with the Miss Beaulah is still at the head I ill in the DeSoto sanitarium, where Young Grove, consisting of 12 acres within quarter mile of property. All ::4' !

our hopes and expectations have very finny tribe and they are ready to ac- i and foot of the Williams farm, Mr. she underwent an operation for grapefruit and 3 acres late Valincia crops that can be grown in Florida 4 4a

often been of the monumental order, commodate those who seek them. Our Joe having retired from business. pendicitis this morning. lp oranges, located in Kissimmee Park, do well on this place. If you desire '
merchants have a good supply of Julian MontHJcloca with his new on the east side of Lake Tohopekahas home in Florida write or. call on us "
but we generally come from the topto I
the base in about five seconds, but spring(' goods on hand and goods can auto passed through our town Satur- :Mr. and Mrs. William Shead, been planted one year, trees in quick, as this property will not be on ; '.
the that the locomotive be purchased as reasonable as else- day.. Julian is a jolly good fellow andis I Doland, South Dakota, who are win- fine condition, land well drained. This the market long at the price named. ,1 : ,
present prospects are
will ere long settle the long where. well calculated to fill the duties of tering in Kissimmee, are delightedwith property offered for $4000$2500cash This property we are offering for a +a '.r:1:

Our staunch Democrats are rejoic- his present position. lie is now a our climatic and other conditions, balance in one and two years at short time for $12,000. Will sell a* a "' T
looked for.Weather
Well! March! Thatis ing over present conditions. Have so full fledged land agent and will keep and are here thinking very strongly of locating 6 per cent. Will increase in value whole or divided, into two parts if r'h} : i\

about the only expression that will many; tilings to write about this time things moving. permanently. Mr. and very rapidly. ' desired. j ; ]
that I afford dwell We half hour with Mrs. Shead were attracted to Kissim .L I,111. "
cannot .to on the __ spent a pleasant -
it. Not cold but windy. ,
explain very '
political situation, and will in some Miss Whidden and Rull Bass Satur- mee through reading the Gazette. '
The principal part of the orange future' article detail the requisitionthat day. They came, down on a business Mrs. F. W. Hill and daughter, Miss DO YOU WANT A :HOME; OF YOUR OWN? ., ,

crop till remains on the trees, .the I our Democratic rooster has for. trip and having exhausted< wastage is fearful, lack of transportation in the
throwing us in the background. congress. supply were compelled to. remain terday shopping city. in the best section of Florida, a' little place you can 'call your own,.you bad.;?;1t\F,, )t '

Cattle are apparently in good March I Hunter's paradioe will reveal some over until. a fresh .supply cduld be. .ob- A. E. Thomas, superintendent of the better get busy, as the longer you watt the higher the price you will have. }

order. The winter has not been severe startling secrets in the near future; tained. New Eden Plantation, received an or- to pay for choice properties like the following:
would hardly be justified in making Mrs. Henry Hancock from Bull !I "
enough to cause any serious !: der Monday for a barrel of his famous -
public the wonderful relations issuing Creek was here on a supply expe- No. ". l::
losses; the industrious cow has come T syrup. The order came from a 464.-$3500.- New, modern New, modern six-room bungalow, T. ..
through all right, but they resembleto from that enchanted land of promise.Our dition on Saturday. party living in Missouri. The fameof six-room cottage, bath, lavatory, hot bath, lavatory, hot and cold water, i I : (''i

a certain extent the human family, friends of the Primitive Baptist -I Farm for Sale the New Eden Puantation syrup hsa and cold water, electric lights, beautiful electric lights, tiled bath room, two ,;; if! \kF;<

some of them too lazy to pick up a order are at work in earnest, and I spread rapidly. No advertising has expensive mantels new furniture, fire places. Lot 73x117 feet. :Located ",
Located good road, I '
the new house under the supervisionof on onequartermile been done, and little has been nice House furnished complete, Mabbette street four and j 1'1';l.
living when it's spread before them, from city limits, good five-room very rugs. on one J \ !!
while others taking advantage of Will Fertic, is rapidly approaching ceiled house, large new barn, thirty shipped, but the local market has been ready for occupancy. Large lot, 83x half blocks from post office. One of f, I : r1
favorable oopportunity, eat I i completion They have settled all acres land, twelve of which is cultivated -; well ,supplied. management of 147% feet, on which is 20 full bear- Price $3,000.Nice .. t.
drink every and fat. differences that might otherwise have I sixty young orange and the plantation is going to install a ing orange trees. Located In three ), \ ,
grow grapefruit trees, seventy-five \
existed among themselves and decided peach mill and the next and half blocks of the office new six-room cottage, bath I
The general health of the comunityis trees, some plum and pear trees, one syrup acreage year a post l
to give Elder Harris permissionto will be much larger than it this beautiful in and electric lights, two porches lo I .';:
good, a few cases of illnlUUl gener- | good family horse, one buggy, one was on Verona street, the very !
look elsewhere for a church and two sets harness, chickens The is and cated"on fine lot 74 4x117 feet .
i wagon, fifty year. yield large the test neighborhodd. Call and let corner ; ion 1i
have in view another preacher who is ten head cattle and all tools necessary '
quality of the product can't be .sur- us show you this beautiful home. Mabbette St. New sidewalk A ; I
supposed to be in harmony with the ,| to cultivate place. A bargain. passed. Terms on part of purchase if desired.No. nice comfortable home. Price 2400. 'I :, .t
at Write for terms.
2500. us '
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SLIDE KELLY church discipline.Rev. 6tf H. M. Breaker &: Co. No. 809-Splendid new six-room : i 1 {:
Mr. Guy filled his regular appointment 475.-Close !in home 'This is house, Just inside city limits, fine deep J \'
at this place last Sunday.The U_ -= -- -- _nI HEARD IN KISSIMMEE I ',
nice house of five and
i i a little rooms well, lot contains two acres of ground, i ,1
SLIDE hOg' Pears to be the main I I Corn Sweet and SKKDB Field, Beggar Weed bath, with modern conveniences, on good new barn, wagon and buggy ''JI"" I \
speculative jneat producer in this com- Recleaned 60c(> It). Old time Chicken BAD BACKS MADE STRONG- corner lot 76x120 feet. Within two sheds, all under good new fence. Fine J '1

Your Ticket I munity. 1 He appears to come out of Clay Corn Unknown Sac Jb $2 Peas 66 bu.-Whlppoorwill Mixed f 2.60., KIDNEY ILLS CORRECTED.All blocks pf Broadway. House furnished location for small truck garden or \. ; l.'c!

the woods in the spring in splendid $3 Iron.CO I'CHH bu. ,Sugar Soja Beans Crowder., Velvet Conch Beans and complete, ready to move in and begin poultry! ranch. This is a fine proposition (dl j I,
Beat order, and prices paid are encourage d-rfMl Teas $1.76 pk Chufas $1.25 pkFla over Kissimmee you hear it. housekeeping, without the expenditure where you will have the freedom ,

I ing. Peanuts Spanish$1.GO.12.50 Spanish. German 200.Millet Improved -, Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping up'' of additional money above the to enjoy of the all country the advantages, yet close enough of the ,
Our postoffice situation remains un- Kafflr Corn Sunflower and Sorghum the good work, curing-tv ak kidneys, which offer the for. .
we property
We Offer as Pacifiers 7Bc pk.KILGORE. price city, such as splendid high school best ',
taken any action thus far. SEED ('0. !'!..< City Vim. driving away headache, correcting Price $2,200.00, including furniture. markets, churches, etc. Price $1760. I
1 pk. Irish Potatoes ____ 31c Tom !Hull from Sirnmonsville) was 12-4t urinary illl] !. Kissimmee people are u 1

Hams ____ 20c telling about it-telling of backs made
Armour's Star ----- --- :
I CREST."y ,
4tb granulated Sugar _.__ 25c- sound again. You can believe the testimony 1
of your own townspeople.They Here's the opportunity to buy homesites in the newest and best located .
ana. .1 tell it for the benefit of you sub-division. 'iPINE
HONEY who are suffering. If your backaches '
PURE s if you feel lame, sore and mis- CREST is situated between Emn.ett and Mabbette streets/verlook- # eving l

PURE MAPLE SYRUP I erable, if the kidneys act too frequently the City and Lake, and is bound to become one of the beat resident sub- 'x ;

PURE LEMON JUICE I IN or passages are painful, divisions in Kissimmee. This is where the birds sing and not where the frogs ..: ,11

WEST INDIA LIME JUICE STOCKPLANERS I scanty and off color, use Doan's) Kid- croak. Lots are high and well drained. This addition is planned for people ,. ; di.
Pills, the remedy that has helped
also RES\WS! STEM FEEDS I so ney many of your friends and neigh- who appreciate high elevation, pure air and fine views, and want enough land .. : )

MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP bors. Follow this Kissimmee citi- to build a real home on at a moderate price. We expect to sell all these lots '1. .1.
_____ 25c
v- zen's advice and Doan's chanceto this winter. Call early and choice. Prices $70.00 $100 '7.
3 cans best Tomatoes ..__ 25c PERKINS HIIINGLE MACHINERY give a get your range to per

3 cans Veirbest Soup ____ 25c ENGINES up (o 40 b. SAWMILLS do the same for you.J. lot- on easy terms of payment. I J: '.,
BOILERS up to 40 h. Light und Ilravy II. Harris, carpenter and con- 0 II J: ,f
SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB! CAN\EYORS tractor, Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I '>,\
GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS have no hesitation in recommending
FOR QUALITY GOODSAT t LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS Poan's!; Kidney Pills for I know from course every one desires a home close to beautiful Lake Tohopebaliga. ; ,

DISSTON! SAWS .. . past experience that they act just as We have nice high lots near the lake, which we are offering at prices 1 ,.: '7
I I SAW BITS for PULLEYS all make of w BOXEr i represented. Off and on for five that are, attractive. See these lots get our prices and terms on them before t '>R

SHAFTING years I have taken /hi? remedy for you decide on a location for a home. i ; Y!r'
KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S. BELTING. 4 srr de -mgdlnm to heat
WEST and few doses have .
EVERYTHING FOR TilE always brought rei' f. This preparation : "WE SELL HOMES." I "
i SAWMILL is worthy of a rial."\
Write"' forPrloes For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ..

I I cents. FosterMUbu'Co.., Buffalo, L H. M. BREAKER & CO. .

Pickerson Bid', l. Broadway New York, sole agents for the United

Phone 250. Quick Delivery Remember the/name-Doan's--and 4rJ.
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.t T Y s ,we Haveejiytnincjf Listenf! MIN! COLUMBIA BOARDHILLCHRISTENED AT BRYAN. HOME, ClassifiedAdvertisernents i .

BY I. 1 :,
body .
m yoiI/furpish your ,
: ) -- 1JBAUTIFUL, AFFAIR JN HONOR, AdverI.raeflS', are laavrted under this. had at the r.4..f" ply
eltflt For ICaffa invert Ion. ''
Cent lr LI. : 't.
e ,
? wish. nd.m ,
FOR HIM I II ". . . . . . . .
to,1ivein 1SKYAN ANI, DAUGHTER .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..'.. .. .. .. .. . .\\1.' 1. .Ii.- I- I-- -I-.., '. .. 'f1.
L FOR SALE! 1 tOR RENT.FQRIENTModerncottageej1.
t'KP 1' rf' OTIIH/t/ 1 II I '
: Why not enjoy. I $ KISSIMMEE NAMES IN - rOR SALE--FullbloodR.] 1. Jted ', 1

LIST SBLECTED TO DESIGNATE A beautiful reception! was that eggs for hatching, 1l1iut$1.5O; C. rcri: itea'MrWe1l8: l1tt--_ + _____

:st Life IH'IUJINCS' : ; ; LAKE CITY given by Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Miss 11 I. lllanchainc. [ '

I Helta Bryan Tuesday afternoon-!' I'LIST your houses, furnished '-
valua- 'rooms
H tween the hours of :3:30 J:: and 5:30: in ble property in the heart of Kissim-|. and trucking lands for rent with I',"
:Mrs.: E. E. Wells.
honor gf Mrs. Bryan's sister Mrs. J. nice, now paying about 14 per cent. i"FOR

was announced Sunday by Dr. A. I C. Massee, of Dayton 0., Miss Virginia -I on the above amount. Enhancing |. ItENT 'OR SALE Two-.tory

: I 1'. Montague, president of Columbia I Ilinton, of Georgia; und Miss ; in& value Co. every day. IL M. Breaker 39tf t|i store building on Brack St. North

IfH i I'f College lit Luke City, the denomina- I Elma Smith of Kissimfnee. ; Kissirnmee.: II. C. Stanford 29-tf

I IIIH,,al I college I I of the baptists i of Flor- i The reception "rooms were tastefully F'RSALE-Ono( ((5; h. p. Gray engine i DWELLINGS for rent
f 1 I 4 h. harbor (engine at opply to M.
; one p.
Ida t that the names of three Kissim- decorated with cut flowers; the F. Tiller.
SliO.OO./ () Both in good hhape.
nil''' families had been given to as hull with carnations the drawing 49-tf 'I
modem 3-roorj
II I ni.iny halls at the college.' room with pansies ViOletS und I Duchess) \ I' with all city conveniences. .,
ORDER YOUR trees at once from Apply
The announcement\ came as u pic-/ roses and! the dining room with red I Griffing Bros., W. H. Brokaw. salesman i| to W. B. Harris, Gazette office tf

1 lode to a' sermon delivered by Dr. I lillies. room No. 1, State Bank Build- 'FOK:;- RENT Vans :
Montague at the Kissimmee Baptist In the ren.ivlnline were the host- I .0tFOK < Agnew dwelling;
"It"ItC' ing.
t ess'and the of honor Mrs. __ __ partly furnished, corner Vernon and ;
church. Following the sermon a collection guests : I SALE-At a bargain; 35 rein- Bryan streets.'

\ was taken for the benefit of Br'unowlwd in black marquisetteover forced cement fence posts and 250cypress () 11 tf D. G. Wagner, ,genL
Columbia.) The amount of $250 had "atin1rs.; : :Massee in hand em- fence posts. A. B. Jarrell, ,

.. been pledged by the delegates from il broidcied! crepe, charmeuse of Nell At Kissimmee Drug ('0. ,, MISCELLANEOUS.WADE .

A, the church to the recent State Baptist Rose with embroidery of a deeper .l-
\ the
I FOR SALE-2 h. p. International tuner, Orlando.
We invite discriminating dressers to buy convention. A purpose of Dr. I shade; Miss Ilinton in a lingerie Harvester gasoline engine, in good

Montague's visit was to collect this drebs and Miss Smith in brown char- running order. Will sell at a sacrifice LOST Somewhere" between court
/ I I' their furnishing goods from us once. Our meuse. i? taken at once. Apply at house and Carson's store, one 8yearold

< i. tasty hose and ties, Our happy feeling} underwear I sum.Dr.. Montague took occasion to commend i'n.euse.' !Miss, n.-rta Bryan's gown I Gazette office. 37tf.,| if returned boy coat to,this blue office.serge. Reward U-tf

,t; the interest exhibited' by the was. lace oxer blue messalmc. FOB SALE-Beggar weed seed 50c

Ii them to come again every time they need 1 college He said that the enrollment punch 1 bowl I and was assisted. by,:Misses Tom Watson and other varieties of Wednesday, a pair of no-rim
'1} WatermelonSeed 50c per lb., 33: glasses' in black marked
: from this town and the section immediately Angle MakinMMi and I Douayne) Kisher business dealings case, Joe

: any furnishings. surrounding it was larger \During) the course of the afternoon years' is of' our honorable foundation for success Jacob, Jeanette, Pa. Finder return .

than that of any other ten towns' in Miss I Ilinton I played and! :Miss and your guarantee bf proper I I(|> to this office. 12-ltpd

.. I Be shy in only one spot and yonr whole the State excepting Lake City itself. Mary Carson sangA treatment. Cirardeau; Seed Co., LOST-Four keys small

J, "shine"; knocked off. A faded pair of socks, He said the college!: was in its sixth large numbc-i of guests enjojed :Monticcllo-,-Fla. --- ---3-13t--- | Pleasireturn' to G.on F. Parker. ring.It

year and had an enrollment of 250, the affair which was one of the most I.Al'NClf' : FOR SALE-Length 18ft., -- -

J worn out necktie, a broken collar% a torn which was the largest enrollment recorded delightful of the reason 1( ft. (; in. beam, equipped with LOST20.00 Bill on Saturday night-

I hat will by any denominational col- -- ---- lamps lire extinguisher.': pre- I t.believe" on Emmett street near
shirt spoil tnTappearance
I or a greasy ser\er cushions.2i4 II. P. Motorgo
| lege in the South at the same age.He Waters &: Carson's. Finder will U'
CHAPTER engine/( in good order; can examined
,: r.r' of a fifty dollar suit of clothes. was proud of the college, he said, any time. A. W. Payntcr, well rewarded on returning same

: II ill You will feel good and look good and and the Baptists of Florida had am- I SCENE Of RECEPTIONPYTHIAN lotf Gem; Stud I';;. to W. G. Durant, Nelson RealtyCo

ple cause to be as proud as he was. FOR( SALK=First Class Al Rcstua-: office. 12-It

; i i make good" in our good-feeling, good- I Dr. Montague spoke in the highest : SISTERS HERE E TEn- rant doing good business. Best location WANTED Six
or seven room houM
I terms of the work done by lion. C. in town. Reason for sellingmy
looking furnishings. TMNKI) Tllt'HsnE'EII: (; for a permanent renter. South
I j A. Carson, of Kissimmee, who is'! undivided time required to look ,
close in.
t 1J WITH !Ml'SICM.K. after property interests of other Address, P. O. Box 51,
president of the Columbia college Kissimmee. 7tf
parties. Address F. A. Lincoln, Kis-
ij H.C.STAIF'ORD.aCO : board of trustees. lie said that one ,
The !House the 3-tf
Chapter was ('ne simmec Fla. WANTED
\ -Young man of
J of the halls had been named ability or
, ... recently of a reception" Thursday evening ----- - --- -- --
---- married that
: in honor of Mr. Carson. He alluded tendered the visiting Pjthian Sisters FOR SALK-Ten" acres of good landin young couple can produce -
Northwest Kissimmee, fronting 1000.00 cash security to get
j 't. that gentleman as "the of
prince bj I the Kissimmee" members of the or-
ON-TIIIRDOBIG favorable for prosecuting the work Florida Baptists." He added that tier East on Vine Htree. Suitable for a position of managing a drygoqdi
I small\ fruits vegetables, general store and
Salary commission
and there have been; serious set- ;
no this testimonial to Mr. Carson's splendid -
I The retention: comirnttee was com- trucking dairy or cnicken farm. If l
f DITCH COMPLETED backs or delays. I work in behalf of the college had 'po".d, l of :Mrs. J C. Griffin; MissKliabeth sold quickly will take $750.00, splendid ty that looks opportunity for for right par-

I ;, been accorded him without consulting I h". 'Irs. !Roma which is les than the city assessed' success. Answer
( l&n.
Clara-May I borrow your beaded him because he knew that Mr. Carson i j Thomas andI! rs. Conrad Bryan The valuation. G. F. Kribbs Kissim- ,. Box 4X7, Kissimmee, Fla 9tf
-- -- -
belt dear ? mee, Fla. 4tf.
T MORE THAN 15,000 CUBIC YARDS would not permit the use of his name room was decorated with flags and cut WANTED--A first-claas white bar
-- -- -- --- --- --
OF MATERIAL HAVE BEEN Hess--Certainly! But why all of in this manner if he had been con- flowers, and man)' handsomely gowned FOR SALK 100 acres of fine muck her to work on Saturdays. (ppl
this formality of asking pet mission? suited ladies \ land. Railroad. survey through this to Kenneth P. Butler. H-4tpd
; TAKEN OUT. "I can't find it"Smart Set. were present land and adapted to truck farming. \
i At the conclusion of his appeal in TIll'1 orchestra under the directorship Price on application real bar- LARGE: CO-OPERA TIVEColony ;;; .,

behalf. of 'the college Dr. Montague I of R DeWitt Brown discoursed glut Address box :\.2!( Kissimmee, organized near Tampa, Fla., new'

: City E gineeLud1am in his most EXHIBITION GIVEN called 1 on :Mr Carson for a brief musu during I the evening, the orchestral Fla. U-tf town l being built, lots and land atfraction

recent to Council on the speech. Mr. Carson responded by I numbers being with a of usual cost. For information
report intersperM'd
pro- FOR SALK New launch :30x8 feet, address N. R. White Crystal -
1: ( gr'ssf the drainage canal being cut I BY DEPARTMENT saying that Dr. Montague was right I st'veial hongs/( and leadings :Miss H;. in. draught; 12 h. p. 4 cycle" :3cjl t Springs, Fla._7-8t, pd.

: by J. P. Middlemas under contract I when he urmised that he would have j Iterta Bryan and :Mrs. (;('raldru(' ;Norton ; engine; fuuJy equipped, at a .

') with the city shows that about one- refused to allow the hall to be named gave the ocal numbers while bargain for cash. Address Box + .4, + .o. + e. . .
I RUN: ; WAS MADE AND: ; WATER (Caison Hall.] He thought there were i I (li74; Kissimmee. Fla. 10-tf
&t \ third of the contract has been com :Mrs. Earl Lupfer, Mrs. C. L. Hyatt 0) HM.I.IAKDS ISLAND .

; .' pleted. I Pin": INTO: ( ACTION: ; IN: ; RECORD others who were more justly due such I! and !Miss Lucy Buckets recited. FOK SALE-Large size billiard table ') ) .) ') c. . . . 4. . 0. .

: The total number of cubic yards TIME BY CHIEF TANO'S MEN recognition. Mr. Carson then referred The reception was the final entertainment with full equipment. Apply to
: removed Is 15271.7 at a cost of #- I to the names of other halls which I I. ofa series of pleasant Frank: Vans Agnew. 3 community has been refreshedby

$2,958.89, which added to the amount I had recently been designated by the events' given in honor of; the visiting I a heavy rain which fell yesterday.
demonstration of the .
practical .
| FOR SALE-At a bargain; five-acre Mr, F. II, Lawson. and family and
;". due the city engineer makes the cost value of the auto tlre.apparntu/ was j I Loa d. One was to be known as Knights and ladies.UNIVERSITY. orange and grapefruit grove. Ap Mis Resale Moseley the

.. ., thus far $3,032.86. The city is retaining given Wednesday at noon in front of i I Geiger hall, in honor of the late Dr. I ply to C., It. Estey, Box 407. 11-41 I I of Mr. G. B. Lawson and were family guests Sun-
15 cent. of the entire L. 1 D. Geiger, father Attorney II. I
per the Gray-tone hotel for the benefit of GLEE I day. ,
'. : cost of the ditch until the completion :' the I D, Geiger, of K' immee; and another FOB SALE-Four-fcood mules. J. W. -
of .
visiting Pythias
Miller ltf. Mrs. J. K.
Ilillnird and daughters
: \ anf filial inspection of the work. The wuto be kno 'nNas Leitner Hall in I ,
tun was made fiom the Ine I houseat CLUB AT PASTIME -- ---- -- -- -- -- :Miss Irene and :Mrs
II. C Lightsfy,
"I city (engineer is receiving u rowmI-- ;New; Voik; and 1 I )akin to .l Mam to honor, of the latcR y. George Leitner, : FOR SA hE-: -23: foot motor )boat, cypress '' '''.....n.'I"ltorH /
I at Mr
of 2t; father. of Dozier Leitner of Kissim- ::1' ML P. Fairbanks- J. II. Lawson'lHunday
,1"" sin per cent on the actual cost Hi; oud ua.v to the (;ray!>tone plaza) hull. -,. afternoon
:, as it /{oela'ud.. the btjcroMiKTtod, mee Both had been prominent Baptist Tl'LL IIOTSE GKKETED; COLLEGE1U :Morse engine, fully equipped first-
\ ( ( and streams cash this week. Will roll. Master (;l.-ial.J
The weather has been unusually ministers, and had accomplished )YS WHO PHO'I'U'Iot'S( ; ; ) ( for $75 Rivers, was the
; through four I lines of ho--e set in play clash condition. ( ost $:250, will sell guest of :Master
much) for the cause of the denomination AM: ; JOLLY ENTERTAINERSTin : ; DvMght) f'unk from
I in t the u*('("d time of three minutes power equipment .sept-rate if de- Prida! till I :Monday
a lid educational "vmtrk.IJi sired. Address 1'. O Itox 1)7J.:! Kis-'
from the tune the alarm tUI ned
; was
:Montague spoke at the Lay- I Universitj of Florida C.leeChili Sln1lI1('('. lllfFOK :Mr W. A. Hughey and wife spent

,i' m in men's meeting in the afternoon Sun- /gave( a I pIO J'11; of unusually I I Sunday with relatives acrossKast
Mrs.E.E.WeIIs Chief Alfred A Tano and his men , ( ) SALK OB KXCIIANCK-(; : By Lake.
: lay and again at the Baptist church )b n,,- '/.y tone at the I Pastime} Thu"'ay) ,
> did( fin vvoik and they seri the .subject 0" 1101'acres line t truck lund with :Mi ,
(I. and proved(i itself equal to I W T Barber
I be \c-ninir is rapidly impii.viiig -
III c\ elhilig.I .
of (-(-oniiliinentai> lemaiksfrom good( i-room house, ,plastered, and
many ) tlv- difluuK!; task. of hindmg the in, oul-Uuildings 'within (' /( under the skillful! treatment

J" Real Estate tin-) visitors The efficiency of I liCL.\M.: ) AT10X: ; CONTEST.The : 1 U iM i of the audience" (through a I limits s of KIS"lmml.OOfJOI 01 poratlonI :! ( () ) of I Iir T. M Rivers

the di-partmint I Is ,due],. I I" t the 'on- Center Park public school at her lengthy ,progiam! \'nrl uutioii. Want grove land I Prefer |I I .'(ir. Lloyd I L. Purvey was the guest
) sc-ientious tiaining that Miss Stroud, teacher will hold a declamation TIH'1 onlagion/( of youthful enthusiasm to principals. Ad-1 "f :Mi I < t. /H I Law.son and family
and Insurance 'und his nreti hI"'n doing. The dies I I >? 1'. (II, Box t7:1.: Kissimmee. II i',
; contest on Friday, March made itself manifest in nuiner- SUlldll( )'. .'
- - - - -
depaitinent i is a iedit, to Klshiinmee,
I JtUh, }beginning at H o'clock (ou.s ways, and none of these bore FOB( SALK--.A beautiful suburban) MiGeorge<; Wetherbee of Tampa -
Renting Dwellings, Furnished an-1 it is leit.iin that (theie/ m is nonebetter '
All patrons and interested friendsof more complete I \ n evidence to this i fact homo. A new K-room house, modern is I the guest of Mr. and Mrs IraVitluibee
Rooms, and Truck Land to be found iinywheie, IIIh"\ new barn deep well about ro()
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a specialty. the school are cordially invited to than t tinapplause* ulmli JoI't'etl.dIwur a \ Sr., this week.
way of voluntx--ei, urgiiiu/atifins young fruit trees different vanties.C .
s I attend. 122tWe l
students< in the rear of a trio who "proof fence. Land has been culti- Mr. and Mrs. C II. Funk the latter
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I tuneful airs from a guitar and two For further information ask Mrs. Rev. J. I D. Wyandt:filled his regular
Summers, <>(OH Penfield Ave., South I IKissimmnee.

( Are Now in Our New Garage( mandolins.All the .numbers were liberally applauded 11-tf i 1 appointment ing an excellent Sunday sermon evening from, preach-Gen.

partly because the audience CITY LOTS for sale, small farm 20 19-W.

? was in a good humor hut for the bet- acres. Cash or terms. Ueo J.'. I Messrs. C. IJ4 Funk and LonniHughey

Just Off Broadway On Possiell Avenue. ter reason that they were worthy of Parker ll-4t I attended the Christian En
that recognition The quartette numbers deavor convention Winter
held in
I !, And Carry in Stock Casings, Inner Tubes Blowout. Patches, Security Patches, by Futch, Henderson Miller and FOR able SALK homes-One in middle of the FJa.most, consisting desir- |j Park as delegates from the Union

I: :y.:. :\ Horn Bulbs, Horn Reeds, Spark Plugs Terminals, High Badger were all well received and the of a house with seven rooms- i Center C. E. society.
double quartette was made to respondto There will
; and five lots. Fine be a supper given by
; LowTezisioiiCable Copper Batteries garden, orange,
l numerous encores. The baritone the ladies of the L. U. A. S. for the .

j 4 I Columbia, Battery Connections, Gasolene !solos! given by J. Oscar Miller, as wellas all grapefruit bearing., grapes Will, pears sell furniture peaches, benefit of the United Biethern churchflI

his violin numbers, exhibited the I I of this J '
place Saturday March 15.
Oils, Metal and Body Polishes chickens, garden tools with the ,
talent and temper of the real artist, I The Ladies Aid society will meet at
place or separately. Place is
Ammeters, Ti re Testers, and Mr. UeBell Hamilton's clarinet near the home of Mrs. Ira Wetherbee, Jr.,
depot and post office on clay road :
) Auto Clocks Etc. "- solo merited instant applause. Miss j j Wednesday afternoon.
at Longwood, Orange Co., midway j
Miller at the piano was a sympa- A series of will be held
--- ----- -- -- - --_-_ --_ _--_--_-_-- between Orlando and Sanford. No |
- thetic and dependable accompanist. 'in the school house beginning Sony |
We are also prepared to do all kinds of Machine Work for Steamboats Motor Boats The readings by Prof. Chapman gave healthier spot in Fla. Place in line day morning at 11 o'clock and con

Automobiles, Saw mills. in fact all kinds of Repair Work LATHE WORK A SPECIALTY. variety to the program and afforded condition.. W. Apply to owner, Mrs.G. tinuing through the coming week.'
Hardaway, Longwood, Fla.
some very substantial amusement Preaching by Rev. J. D. Wyandt, of
i Our Livery Cars are First Class and We will give good Service When in want of an and the audience was pot) backwardin 12-It pd Tampa.' ""

4r AutoTripgiveusaCalL letting him know that ,
_ ___________________________ they enjoyed FOR SALE-Household goods; complete LOAFING JACK.
his work.
.I' furnishings of 6-room cot- ,,
The club is under the business man- tage. Call at 214 Vernon avenue. l" C.mrt NOTICH.t tk.TO Cmmmtr CREDITORS"...., itmtt!
agement of Mr. Sumter Leitner, who Will sell .. of Kl.rlda. ()_ <;...<7,
; ; ; a whole or separate. !. re Kmtmt. of M. N. >-rer. .w Agent the famous friction; ; driven k.o Agent fo' the OVERLAND Car is a Kissimmee student at the University 12-lpd To all creditor Lrf>Kater.>.. DtatrlbutM*'
The Glee Club is not sup and all per.on. having Claim 01.
Demands a raln.t ikld Bitate:
ported by University funds, and WANTED-A tenant for a desirable Xou. and each of you are er..b'noUn..d

Mr. Leitner's management has been 5-acre farm; new house, barn, well, | claIm. and and demand.required' which to pre.ent any or
successful and satisfactory. lie and etc. Very reasonable to right par 1 I either of you. may have against the

1 Kissimmee Auto the other members of the organization Ave.ty. S.Mrs.Kissimmee.Summers 608 Penfield lit i estate late of ':-f.c .:iaNco Ovnr.treet., Florida decea-to theunder.IKned

Co. deserve much credit for their enterprise 1 Executor of said e.tatO.within *.
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Pythianism R. G.: JOHNSTON Pyth ian ism in Florida A ABy 1

Kissimmee bids you welcome!lOur town is not as large as some HILTON S. HAMPTON j"; ; "
in the mere matter of numbers, but in progressiveness! in civic pride, in ,
i" Mythology has big-heartedness, and in hospitality she yields the palm to none. I

fancies. of the poet given still find us many beautiful in! examples of the ideal. The We know you are here, primarily for business, but we sincerely Pythianism in Florida had its humble beginning in the year .

exist only in. unreal forms. expression the classical allusions that hope your short stay with us will be one of genuine pleasure. If we Eighteen! .Hundred and Eighty-six at a Grand Lodge in the City of +

It would be difficult to idealize can serve you in any way we shall be glad of the opportunity.This Orlando; at that time the Order had only nine lodges with a 'membership {,
any subject without resorting top of two hundred and forty-eight in the entire State
and the
creations of the imagination that have been souvenir pr9gram is prepared for you that you'may rememberyour journey
. the ages from a civilization which some of handed inclined down through visit to Kisimmee, but we hope the few days spent here will have to and from the place.of meeting was not accompanied with the luxury .
us are to regard
been full of pleasure that will need reminder'to recall it of travel we now enjoy. t
too disdainfully. The real is dependent for uplift the ideal. so you no to
If no Ideals we do not upon your memory. Among the enthusiastic lodges composing the Grand body at that
L"i grow intellectually The
1.\ physical jve i. was without form and void before or the spiritually.intellectual and Should there 'the any omissions of pictures of Grand Officers it is' time was Suwanee Number Four then situated at Cedar Keys; although /

< t spiritual phases of nature were given to make it complete. Allegorical not because we have not tried to get them, but because the. cuts were this lodge has removed to Bronson and.has had many ups and downs ,-,
; teachings have been employed to point morals. incite- unavoidably delayed in reaching us. the membership is still giving a good account of itself, and the lodge is ;>:. I
great :
nobler endeavor and develop the better part of man from the earliest Again we bid you welcome to the best of everything we have. The flourishing. This lodge gave to the order one of its early Grand Chancellors '

'*tory. Man is but a child with years accumulated he remains .Pythian brothers and sisters of Kissimmee are honored by your coming, in the person "of Dr. N. Wooldridge; and he is today the tame

child *rl long! as he is willing to learn. The wisest man; never learned a and the community will be better for your sojourn among us. earnest, devoted Pythian he was at the time of his advancement to that ;!
it all. Only the fool with THE COMMITTEE. position. A glance at the roster of the Grand Lodge at that time will !
grows arrogant knowledge; the most learned II
those who know that they know and show ,the names of many of the most loyal Pythians we have with-,us .: *
not. are willing to profit J
bare yet .
,experience, observation and example.The .- _. -- -- -_--.-_ ,-- today; men who have worked for the Order under arduous circumstances -
who founded --- ; who have devoted a part of their lives in building the magnificent '
man the order Knights of Pythias in
desire do structure we now enjoy, and a retrospect on our part is a good thing t
to good ; he was in his of the
hlhs.Ich to attain his desire. great conception way in PROGRAM AND COMMITTEESWednesday from time to time in teaching us to value the'fruit of their labors so a. ;
When generously placed in our hands. '*1
our country was torn with fraternal strife there was need <*.I If
for the order which he established. War is one of the ebullient exam- -------- 1 That these men caught inspiration from the beautiful principlesand
ples of man's primitive nature. The mere fact that we applaud the ceremonies of the Order is evident to the most simple-minded, be- .: '

war hero js of itself indisputable evidence that we have not risen to March 12. cause there can be no loyalty without ideal or principle, and they have 1,",,

any sky-kissed! pinnacle of perfection. The brute been steadfast in the faith.
I 11 in us ; the only 10:00: A. M.
way to eliminate the brute nature is to cultivate the intellectual, the Welcome ceremonies at the High Sohool. From this humble beginning we now number apprpximately One !

moral and the spiritual. The fraternal order ocupies a place in this Music-High School Orchestra. Hundred and Twenty-Lodges, with a membership of nearly Six Thou- r
process of elimination like the emergency package carried by hospital sand loyal knights. And we have in the past year shown a remarkable ;I
D. Sibert.
surgeons on the field. It is the first aid to the injured. Once in a Invocation-Rev. J. increase in a net gain of Two Hundred and Thirty-five members. The ;
great while we see some one who imagines a competition between the Address of Welcome on behalf of the City of( Kissimmee fires of our altars burn brightly in every town and city in our fair State, .1'

fraternal order and the church. But there is not. In the nature of HON. N. C. BRYAN. and their effulgent rays shed the light of truth, virtue and benevolence \

things there can be nothing of the kind. The fraternal order gels to Welcome on behalf of the Lodge- Friendship No. 10. upon him who is wise enough to put aside the sordid side of life and I, .

a man first t. in many instances, and after putting him on his moral pinsit PROF. R. M. EVANS. draw near to them. ,

helps him to better things. Music'-High School Orchestra. Every year shows an increase in our lodges and while for five years fiJ .,,;-t
Fidelity to the pledges of Pythianism ha ne\er hurt any man, Response on behalf of Grand Lodge preceding the past year there -has been no increase in numbers, the ,...: '+ '

whereas thousands have been helped thereby. Any man who had the HILTON S. HAMPTON Grand Chancellor result is beneficial to the order, because there has been a gradual elms-r: 'I n

zeal and ingenuity to establish an order which has had the growth Address. of Welcome behalf of Kissimmee Temple No. 2v nation of the unworthy and apathetic, with a corresponding '
and accomplished the good that the order Knights of Pythias has had MRS. PEARLIE BRYAN. the close ties that bind our brotherhood, as well at ao awakening to 't''t'of .
and has done must be recognized as great. I said he was great in his the conception of Pythianism as being a live, active force that spreads 4
desire to do good and this is proved by the persistence with which he Music-High School Qrchestra. the doctrine of brotherly love among mankind. I ,

worked when conditions were most unfavorable for the consummation Response As to what we are accomplishing in the upbuilding of our State,
\ of his purpose. I said he was. great in his 'conception of the way in MRS. SARAH STRAUB Grand Chief. and as moulders of public opinion-as foes to vice and ignorance we t II

which to bring about his object, because the success of -the appeal it 11:00 A. M. may point with pardonable pride .to our membership, for we number on J1

has made is given testimony in the rapid and representative growth of Convention of the Grand Lodge at Fraternity Hall. our roster men who are conspicuous for their honesty and right living: # 5

the order. No stronger bid for the attention of the world could be . Music-Brownie Orchestra. t men with whom .:"character is the standard .of eminence, and moral t.

V made 'for accomplishing his purpose than by choosing the beautiful 1 1:30: P. M. .- worth held higher than royal.blood. ;" and whose lives indeed "make the w *
v story of Damon and Pythias on which to build a brotherhood The Afternoon Session Grand -Lodge. world brighter and ,better." What more could we ask? I challenge ',' j') '

story is symbolic in its various phases ; illustrating human passions, ..... 4:00. : P. M. contradiction when I say that it is among this class of .men we find the ,,": ,
emotions and principles. Their friendship was ideal and while it Boat Ride on Lake Tohopekaliga. most earnest Pythians. )' '. 1
seems impossible to reach the high standard of trust and fidelity which s
7:30 A glance at our work during the past twelve months will show that
that friendship exemplified it is held as the mark to be striven after. ii
up Damon and Pythias. Pastime Theater in five communities movements have been inaugurated for the building '
Surely it'is better to make an effort to reach such a mark of excellence of Pythian homes, where the membership may gather, where good books;>> )'
than to have no ideal for a guide. Certainly it is better to be impelledby Thursday, March 13. may be had where the environment it both pleasant and benefiCial ;::f t'
a worthy ambition than to drift aimlessly with the tide. If the memo r
The value of this work to young men alone cannot be overestimated; "
bers of the order do not grasp these as the underlying tenets of the 9:00: A. M. for in small communities where the local Y. M. C A. or other like organizations :t ,: .
fraternity they fail to recognize its best and most beneficial teachings.The Morning Session of Grand Lodge. such stands beacon I' "
are impracticable an organization at a : t;
perfection of the real is based upon the ideal. There exists be- o I :30' P. M. ., # light pointing toward the moral path. '
tween men a certain social exchange which is commonly denominatedas Afternoon Session of Grand Lodge | I't; ,
\ enemies in the "' 8:00 P. M. ./i'' Truly, the future of Pylhianism is brighi'in our f fair State; and it I <
friendship. Men are friends so long a* they are not, : ; .. <
general acceptation of the word. Between certain individuals there ., ''j ,. I ,.. .; ',,"'. ., ,,.;",'*" '.. Banquet, Graystone ,' ' may exist a fine fellow feeling, cultivated by long'association, similar "." ,..1 \' ,' .f. ,.. !'*. ",., orders of this character Are becoming better understood and are valuedas
volun- March 14. an" asset tQ any community: ,yet we should not forget that no condition .
tastes and inclinations, Comradeship but there does not exist 'Friday,
. in the world is stationary; it it either progress or decay.. We .. 1;
between of of the world at large that -
men a community or peculiar
9:30: A. M. should therefore, not relax our vigilance, for apathy means disaster. -
and which found in the fraternity.
intimacy brdtherly concern is Morning Session Grand Lodge. As leaders in a great, world-wide movement, the grandeur of which increases ,
whose motive principle the most ideal friendship of or story-- .
is song 1 1:30 P. M. the longer we contemplate it, let us remember our admonition, !t tto
the friendship of Damon and Pythias. .
Ideal f the fundamental entablature of Afternoon Session Grand Lodge. "DO noble things, not dream them all day long, and so make life, ti
friendship written
is upon 8:00: P. M. L. --k- death, and that vast forever, one grand, sweet song." :! yaG
Pythianism. but the order is obviously real in all its operative machinery.It Degree Work.

deals with real men and real conditions. .Being real it .is also prac- .__. fi
tical. If it were not real and practical it could not have existed 'so -- ..

long or grown to such giant proportions. In the United States and RECEPTION COMMITTEEH. in' Kissimmee
Canada there are more than twelve million men enrolled in various Pythianism .J f

fraternities. While there are probably more than a hundred fraternal Clay Stanford'. Roma Thomas. B. C. Miller, C. W. GriffinF. By PROF. R. M. EVANS ., .

orders of different kinds and varieties, allowing for ,all sorts, there are C. Bryan J. A. Lancaster J. D. Jeffords. 1\\, I ;

only about fifty that command attention by reason of size. Among ,
these are many orders that are. much older than the Knights of Pythias. GRAND LODGE ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE Friendship Lodge No. 10 is highly honored in being host to the j I' : ;

yet our order ranks fourth in numerical strength. I If( is as broad andas Dr. J. W. Simpson, Chairman.N. Grand Lodge of Florida, and it is fitting that our visiting brother knights

long as the nation itself, and its destiny is so interlocked with the C. Bryan A. S. Gilbert should know something of the origin, growth and work of our local organization \.
destiny of the nation that it would be hard to break the ties that bind M. HansellE. 1 i *l
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C. L Bandy well of her aspirations after better things. .
It know that Florida as as some .
each. gratifying to
without serious injury to is I
Dr T.. M. RiversG.
keeps pace pretty evenly with the other States in proportionate membership A. Neimeyer. F. Parker A. E. Donegan Chartered November 24, 1886, when Kissimmee was yet a town of' ,Y 1

and that it gives the power of its manhood to the cause of Pyth- Orange County, we started out with thirty-one members, some of whom I !
the. number is possible, but it will be I
ianism. An improvement as to are still with us, and faithful and loyal as at the beginning. The lodge a ;
generally agreed, at least Pythians themselves, that there couldbe .
among of this of Knights, room was then located in the second story of an old 'wooden building III ''
no improvement in the personnel great army
numbering in this State about six thousand. Something of the prac- MENU. BANQUET AT GRAY STONE HOTEL THURSDAY the site of the present Castle Hall, and here it remained for a numberof

tical work that is being done by this great order, enumerating nearly years. Several moves were* made, but now we are permanently "j'"j'on
of million is gained by the amount of life insurance Raw Blue Points 't
three-quarters a men. located at the old home place and here we hope to make the Lodge agreaterfactor

carried in that branch of the order. This reaches a grand totalin ... SOUP for good in the community than it has ever been. "W%d
force of nearly a hundred millon dollars which asserts for itself Chicken Gumbo, a la Creole
that there are benefits more material to be found .by a member of the Celery Olives As is true of lodges everywhere. Friendship No. 10 has had her ups J.i':

order than a mere emulation of a mythical friendship. FISH and downs, her dark days and her bright ones, but her growth has been ? "
Pythianism makes friendship more than a name or a sound that gradual conservative and stable; while her influence in the town and ,JIl ( '.

lulls to sleep. It provides in the most intensely practical manner for Fillet of Tohopekaliga Trout Gaufrette Potatoes surrounding country has been such as makes for morality and righteousness y "

p the dependent members of the departed broker's family; it seeks to MEATS - to a marked degree. Many of Kissimmee's best men are active .j t'

serve him in manifold ways while he.lives, and to give those bereft Roast Florida Turkey, Guava Jelly workers in the cause of Pythianism; and it is true here, at everywhere, I .
the comfort and protection of its sheltering arm after his death. Herein (i Lamb Tomato Sauce that the best Pythian is the best citizen, the best father, husband, >":
does Pythianism fill a place larger and more powerful) than the ,indi- Croquettes brother or son ; the best friend in time of need, and the best Christian r f..

vidual friend or the elder brother. The friend and the brother die, or Mixed Pickles ,Chow Chow gentleman. I ,;

k they are poverty stricken, or they are absent or sick when the time of f VEGETABLES 'Local: Pythians have done much toward making Kissimmee the .

need comes-but Pythianism doesn't die; it never goes broke ,and it Mashed White Potatoes beautiful l. clean, and wholesome town she is. The saloon curse has ,
doesn't get sick. Its life is perennial; it is ever present and its ex- Garden Peas in Cases been driven from her borders, and vice of every kind and degree finds f-

chequer is always full. It is a friend of a (friend, whose heart is ever Fresh Lima Beans here a firm invitation to "move on." Schools, churches and civic .,,47

open to the call of the needy, the cry of the distressed, the groan of associations flourish here, and fraternalism has been, and is, an important ,
the dying. The potent principles of Friendship. Charity and Benevolence SALAD agency in bringing about this state of affairs; while on the '

actuate the order as a sentient being; its eyes never sleep, its Graystone Salad a la Mayonnaise other hand the principles of our Order are the more easily inculcated I

arms are always open, its heart is without callous. At its birth it welded DESSERT because of a congenial social and spiritual atmosphere. ,A

the.w01lnded, feelings of the sections and lodged its hold deep in the Kissimmee Ice Cream Fresh Strawberries. But let it not be thought for one moment that our Lodge has reach /.

hearts of men and so long as there is friendship in the world and man Layer Cake Small Cakes ed her highest ideals, or'that there is nothing left yet to be accomplished. I "

it bound to man in the ordinary relations of life there is a place for American Cheese Saltines Edam Cheese, We lack enthusiasm, but this need will be largely supplied by the com !

Pythianism to bring men together in closer. fraternity! to help them to Cracked Nuts \ Raisins ing together here in council of the best qf Florida's fellow knights. We .Y'-r a
realization of higher ideals and to sustain them in those somber moments need
a V Fruit to remember-as do many others-all the lessons so beautifully ?4 +1
his head in his $
that to when he wants to put and
come every so impressively taught us in our initiation. We need to pause in 1
mother's lap and cry. Cuban Coffee our mad rush after money, and prominence and fame, and even io our t
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recognizes Pythianism as one of the strongest forces here operating
the furtherance of domestic and civic righteousness, and for the en*

1'r ,ei nobling of her people. Let us hope. the good work .of Pythianism.. I The
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r. i Rank created by the Supreme Lodge Aug. 30.; 1878, and since
1 i - -'" designed in the Supreme Constitution as one of the Ranks of the Orderof

W. R. O'NEAL Knights of Pythias is organized strictly on a military. basis; andas
L such has been repeatedly complimented. by the officers of the United
Supreme Representative ._ States Army and Navy. In the recent war with Spain the United States
Government honored this Rank with the appointment of many of its
ak; .. 1 members to important military. positions in the volunteer army ; as
i I many as four of the Brigadier Generals being promoted from the ranks
\ ,'! "- I of the Pythian Army thus bringing unusual honor and prestige to the

.it>fj', I Order.The Knights enlisted in this Rank are members in good standing

/, of subordinate lodges whose real and love for the Order has prompted
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/ t r I Order is heralded abroad by the appearance of the Uniform Rank at
: encampments, parades funerals and other public and social functions
I in which the Army of the Lily proclaims to the world the virtues of

! .'',\ I Honor.Pythianism.The Justice. and Loyalty to friend and country as typical ol :i -j .

1' : high ideals and martial spirit of the Uniform Rank are the
;its, i""i,vjat4 } k fi ,/' magnets that attract the best element of our young i citizenship to the
I "l" s .f 1 1t j Pythian Order ; and it is a well known fact that where\er the Uniform
Rank flourishes the Order attains; the highest degree of prosperity

\( but where it is neglected the opposite is true.
: ;' di In our Grand Domain the Uniform Rank is represented by the

James R. Carnahan Company No. I II.I stationed at Tampa. under the
ot t : direct control of Major General Arthur J. Stobbart of St. Paul Minn.

.. I who has appointed to represent him in this Grand Domain his Aid deCamp ..
Y a",, t .r Colonel A. Ramirez of Tampn. This Company now in com-
I I mand of Captain L. R Eddmgs was mustered in February 19, 1906. i
i by- Colonel, Arthur L. Bush of the General Sw4f. and to the present
: time has been the banner bearer of the Military Rank in Florida:
I Thus' is interest for this organization kept alive and in the near future
J ( the Uniform Rank is destined of the
-------- to spread to every corner State,
1 proclaiming the Pythian Order the leader of fraternal organizations in I
the Land of Flowers where the Calla Lily, the emblem of the Uniform
i t I Grand Keeper erf Records and Seals Rank blossoms in all its glory. R. E. DAVIS ;,

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The Order Pythian Sifters was founded by Joseph Addison Hill T.. .
of Ureencastle, Ind.. wl o prepared the ritual and emblems and presented ,
them first to the Supreme Lodge. Knights of Pythias, at Cleveland ... .. .-.-- I 1J 1-
Ohio, in August 1877; and although the Knights of Pythias were I
anxious for an auxiliary. for their wives mother and sisters, to affiliate-
with their own order the proposed order was not adopted until 1888. .

when the Supreme Lodge met at Cincinnati. Ohio. It. was then the (. i ,

Order or Pythian Sisters was sanctioned and steps. taken to make it a"reality. I II e
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The Grand K. of R. &. S. of Indiana was.the (.rat t to issue circulars '
inviting applications for Temples. Warsau Ind? was the first to avail I _
themselves/ of the privilege, and it was there; October 22 1888. that I

the first Temple was organi/ed. In June, a year later, the Grand Ii /
Temple of Indianaa< oipianied at Indianapolis. Ind., and a few i : 1 1I rY 5 y5
months later the Grand Temple of Ohio was oigam/ed. In October of I I
the same year there was also the. gam/alion of the Supieine Templeat r w 1 1L

Indianapolis, Indiana..

When the Supreme temple I met at Milwaukee Wis., the work was :
exemplified before (the Knights of Pythias and met with hearty approval.At .
the time Brother Hill's ritual was sanctioned at Cincinnati Mrs. \ "

A. A. Young, of Concord. :New': Hampshire also presented a ritual fora .
ladies auxiliary, and there were some who favored its adoption but

Brother Hills was the one most favored.: However Mrs. Young's ad- v t. w r J '
vocates finally organized without the sanction of the Knights of Pythias t
under the name of "Pythian Sisterhood." The order was very much _
the same In its qualifications for membership except the Pythian Sisters MRS. JENNIE CAIIN: 'j.
admitted Knights of Pythias as members while the Pythian Sisterhooddid Grand Senior MRS LINTON CURRY -
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Grand Manager
At first the Pythian Sisters admitted the Knights of Pythias by G. M. of R. & C. Key West M I' %.

obligation only but after several years a ritual was prepared for degree Pensacola I t

t work for the Brother men bers. .Jr
:\ In 1892 the Supreme Lodge met in Kansas City and at that session .
it was decided by the Knights of Pythias that it was not best for themto .
obligate themselves as members ff( any other order using the name + -, I'I
Pythian.,and the name of our Order was changed to Rathbone Sisters
in honor of Justus Rathbone who was the founder of the Knights of -
Pythias. This permitted the Knights to retain their membership in our I
Order. Since that the two orders hawork d together perfect .
harmony and have been exceedingly prosperous.It ?,
that the orders of Sisterhood and i
was not long after this Pythian 1 __
the Rathbone Sisters were consolidated. The Knights of Pythias ; : ;
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recognizing our importance as coworkers restored the name Pythian T
Sisters to the now united Orders and made the Order an independant t $: ) 4
auxiliary of the Knights of Pythias and it was a happy termination; of r ; { ,,iv,f'l
long cherished desires, and.the Brothers and Sis.'ers' 'are. now working- ,".11.:1:: ; 1

together in Friendship, Brotherly Lore ana Charity, and realizing that 'ifr"Yy r, ''
in the sight of God all are equal and all are trying with purity of heartsto %t v.r .
be faithful to our obligations\ and practice benevolence at all times, r
When the Supreme Temple met last in December. 191 I I. the report r ? f'

showed 42 Grand Temple, 2072 Subordinate Tempjes[ and a total t, vi .'r4l
of 145000. : r
membership 'r 7
introduced 1901 at Waldo. In 1904 ". r'Io.( ',
In Florida the Order was in .. \ .. i.' .
the Grand Temple was organized at St. Augustine with 9 subordinate .,.. ''::!r... .'' '.", ..' !i /.
Temples. At present there are 20 Temples with a membership of over ., .. ; ;-t" 1,

800 Knights and Sisters. ..- I .},
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1A '. ., 'Why areCO''pl.Uke Wnja and v

\ J. ., sions which are tended,to be made, I t, queens T

.; ,;' : HEADQUARTERS HERE; the entire operation means: an Invest- / 1

: ment In, the vicinity of several million RelievesNeuralgiaSloan's ''i? \ '

: dollars ., ,

_:I tI '. FOR MILLION CONGER This is': the most! convincing proofpossibfeXhat '

n h :: :Mr, White and his associates Linjment gives instant relief from neuralgia or t,. L.-Y1.1

-\\i have great faith in the futureof \ ct.rtKa.? It goes straight to the painful pat t- soothes the

(Continued from page 1.) Florida, it being] generally understood nerves and tops the pain. DOIl't.rub-it penetrates

"c i A: Woolfolk, Browning, Wool that they believe that this state Oconto\VI PROOF write I-" I.nave IIAl'dSloan' '
l the next
show at cen-
will ably
," folk & Co., banker!*,. Louisville, Ky.. pt' IJniment for toothache and neuralgia in the head where nothing else would IPw4'-Because; ;
os of growth '"
r sus the largest percentage would not ba without the Liniment In the hvupu.
I Fred 'Yard, Yard, Otis & ..Taylor,' Union .decade. I help nd l 1
'. in the during the present -
bankers, Chicago, 111."Mfifc I
11 anticipated growth actually -
",- .this
: Islcd YiirdTltictigoill.: '
; takes place it will nurt-fy TJC
J. C i. White, provident J. G, White 1 1i SLOAN'S"LINIMENT
beneficial to the state to have_ f KOj
-t" 1 & Co., Inr.., and president Engineering -
which directly enterto I II
"t'. Securities Corporation, N'e wYurk.Mrs. ,. i many '
;'nCTTI K "Tliao MothrrCfted t<4 the needs of the public\ in the hands! have
'makv" i. tli* bread cakes and plea |I : J. U. Whil.e.w. :-; York. I they so. many tI
.i I. made fromWHITE of those who will be able to ad subjects! '
J. iKuruld\ : White, serretary KiiKij i-
CLOVER FLOUR -. I II ly (inane ".all requirement, and toprovide -
t ]"'i'finp :S4= 'i-urlli"| !: "orporntion NwYoik. I -
Hoc uitt as hcit-rlour/ than increased j-
1 fully fat thi con (
'f''f'f a' *Could l l-i posMililv pro Jut *t1 f at tluti . !
ini< I l'< i I ft t i vi Jtn p'd. t null suinptiuii and needof the Io' al] >0111-
I u.g.1. ,1.( t on.lMions% niakt \S hilt i! \11'1.! Unpaid Whil.New,, York.Mi A Breakfast of SausageWould
Cli. t l'l Mil'' I I't.uJ.MiI ,
I Nr K rich dl 1 ,ptcr to, tf iiiiJ i litpurvh..* |* ; I.oucr (the Hal.... I I i3 III g'' oU fur the-untati'.m, sore throat. the-.t p.unsnd sprains.
] :Mr1-- 1 Iilileiranl I. 1 i>rk.I be right thing
"If f>rik.< u> my on nut finding tt the
It ,isthe g'nlul, putty' nf thiini1eH"ltd -c Pains All Cone
j, The' Best I: < hail"--I" MiM'iloeU.: . iijaiiliK1'1" hi- _
in 111' :al'ov' pi" "pi rties 1I11 c. <". M. ]ln\v > I IK. of .l"li inn,bulg, M1i' h., And if of our monufacture-
> .flire J. ( ;J. While Alo.I 1m-' .
hiVOLR i.ijrn ..
GROCER HAS IT' and Midi ui, her- aIlIa.}' !I" lit 'iiinijdno | \\lJI t, ---I I \1-11 l ,m .iv' your liniinini, i- Ih"1)
l-'it for the !
:\ ett York.JleiM, king
nril. me in the '"rlil. It )li.i- tor. d I'mof
( /! to ,iai-f' ,'at.--, but 1", 11//" 1'1 I them
( I' Mul'meinlarV: to I, III il -i I I. rhue pins'; 10.1,1, : i < m and I

I, fib Sto4 fti' |"iri-Milriit, of J. (C.; While .V\ '0.. ]Inr.. from,' time to tinn. a- iin'ie.i-i-d, can liulyjy yi-iir. Liniment dId < ,un, nn' .
Nice Slice
\;u'I ..irU.Harold, ..1ntui: "uu oI'a 1'"W, i o-l\ ,may |)m1if -- Pain All Cone A of BaconNeither

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Stanley: of unam-ml, ilepait-11. \ -mil IIUM-I pin.--' J,7 Ml!. I. R. SsusIU."f: 517 i S.'. rah St?
\\ h.ivt- -bi-i-i. in' I ll'e pa, i La, r>r ill Loin-Mil". lc.uld-'I 1 -nl.ndunli I )
I lie t I..1.( ( ;. White A: Co.. Ito :NiuYoii. too fat nor too 'lean,
t l.\ t tin ilifl.-r, .'. nf" ,plant .I'. t I II / quit" "' .t -.rte' ; n'u..I-! ; hudt !1.. f fur, ,

k , . 'fi ill..".',Ii' a ,'Ih.ut, any uln (. 1 1'I\ Well crisped. before taken,
Pin I In -nun' eit|' HIM "'
may .
.1 1 I In{ -irud-. \'t-u "S .irk tack i \ lain., I't f 'f ton or drier" ni 'I' .ui I IJ ,
Tat i I but l th. L- ( i i al I "..I"' > I In't. .. Would be lit for his !
CY ... h.II) -1-. h.1\ II I hIL t.t 1\\nh niv \l.i ui -u.\ I IM- queen
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;!l fp ATEMfs to. ciaduall.s J : li'V.i-i., a.- III.".\ I I.Mr.ici i-i found II'' ,tin 'I"' k ii In hit"-PI 1'.11. i.\ l Ii.!., '
.MiT.l I. Uu-htir.K:, ) \,,\ Y.nK.illpiii . THKY] MAKE A ROYAL
I:' I ii\ ...i.di'n.--. ., u.., "f :".", 1 ininii ni, an.l l I \ < 11 to l he
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th, b. -I lnin", . lit tin t' u. II I .1\ IC411
(IIIt.1 the ,,11.,1" L-I'I( : I"' II" UKEAKFAST !
liiiitu: .< '<>at 1 me- 'lailuaJtack. -un- pi I."mnlrnd' it fur \\ t n ml. 1. in... ."
"ii" .,',,1.' iii.; ,lnil', )I' pi.nit-,, )ia-" ., i'It'.n". \
i Illy 1< Price and All Dealeri. 'I' hem some morning!
25c 50c., $1.00 at
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Mr. \\liite Outlines I'l.ius., ,, I'n'; ., ,
j'i peed fur /$ .al flu 11 a' Addy."eDR.
:-u.IIL.r' "' I I'tihlie-, ompai'i \ >sill
j :Mt, \\'1'a' -',,'f) at th,- M-a.-.i'
s ,.& ill i a; .i'i. I'1' I I.d, t >'. i i i i i i EARL S. SLOAN.
I 1',1.1' I l,,\ a TIIIHt, ( tin' HI 1 ii |J.t'! i "laiiMI RULL BASS
j ..-.'..II..d to/ ina.plin ,,:, ,," \tt'I .I,"I \to _I iii, Boston: Muss.
I I I'I ,hi- inorurriir" ' I". hum, 6u. na\i-' \the
t )ji I ", .-. -. otil ."..' II I- Cho MARKET
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A | .\ i urnp.iri.N" ,i- L-, 'Ina fo'nu.1 i' '1.I' i l
I .l'l,' I pl.lMl-, it >I Ih -uh ;n"n.ptnc.' i in, c, tlll- which will Include" some i.f I l.Miii.i.
f I I toe law of the -la-; !II'
TITLE I I 'i, ,linn ( a'.I 1 'u 'inaki-) -Mrli, ",1.Iot"f, ,,, -aid I the, li-ading' busirie-s men of the community Thiir-day at I'-iIni: ItcuIt! and leave .
1. h.iu i. a. tic Souther" ) T "u aIpa
. I.1. "p.: a, it\ a- will .iik-tiiati-l{ \ -1\ iiir fill in \\huh the' plant ,is loiatijd Thursday evening for :New; York inpei
...\ !f ; tin 1 P'-'i" J''' ' :u"dI'' : I 1
: GUARANTY II'. i i i'utililK t tin I |u 1.,1' I .n ed- and Viake I leaiinil. It i- hoped" ,) that these dnectors will lal ,iar-. svlith'.s111, remain meanwhile -
; i Ild "J'>| latnur' :' ii'iint") :p."
: .'<- JIMIV,i-mn- lor the futllu. of :all Inable to )t"-I-t In that the m I'alm Hcach.! ,
,' IInd) i,, '111,11ufa.-loing! ]1"1'] seeing DANCING CLASSESunder
:' COMPANY I I el, tl. I tin, |iin" 'liii-i; all' ad., -,I..t I.1'la" i .""1111 .nun' n, u lin-Ji! ) the '''"l1pa''yha. It''ptrtiec, plants; are opciatcd,, ,in such Thenill I..11, ' -'Iol' at Jacksonville direction, of

all I n- the Mali "f Kliiiid.i.' ''nit iti plant.-, ." II;i way as will wlt'qual.I| canfor, the on Saturday\ 11'0'11I1' thisit MIJS::, .1./ II. WOODHECK:

'tiniinpmvcmi) nts already appiovid need of the nd in such "| beingh"tler" than I ho'" IIIhag'
", Guarantees; ( he Title I to Land, ,i- |pl"latbl le t thai la' ,r Otl ldrio-( ,il 'peopleerved' II alFIIJ.ns's
pun' I..1-1--.. null In- mad uhuh.111, iri -\- and which are intended to be way a- will, re-ult in the company' of the Pill ty de-ne. in. order,
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I Prepares I d In-" ; mid) i hi- i uul'n,,, ,? ..1't t Chi- Iaf: (pioniptly' cabled, "\\II. ane estimatedto having; the sympathy and cooperation, than a number of the guetmay\ be
; : stracts of Title lo Timber and I II ,i- ILc t !, .d.It., I ul: \the, Miipaiiy' loI cii-t, \ more" than <:;\ ) ca-h! and of/ the, public. home\, 'before Easter:: the pn-ent" plan :Mondav! I.enitga.: 7'u: (l to !q (NI'IOandav

:, I'oloni/ailion Traitanywhere I 1"\ ,,!. :(. > tin : (gu\ th not onl' 'ii'iin fiiithei, \ 'nnptoit emtntind, ;id
I in Florida. '. t- a.<"| ,, 'I. I in I.. 'pvr itrlt tin a..- will }be aiuthoi /wl as rapidly: ., ait canbe d '1"0'h'b' not 1 IK-I I n deli, ri'iim-d. :S.iiuidaiv\ eveing. M.inb, -- I II I -- "\,, I fl''i\ I l-STs I ... .11

I <.Ivlung| ol aililitmnai. planl \\linh", thei.I -I.."\\ that Ibi- -ales and pro-pec- but, infoinialion will i.- -eiit tu. the Privati in-l. rue. Urns, ,, ,if tlesireil at

I i :()lntoiatal1( may ju -t1fy. ri\e growth of tin- 1t"I'I'd't'' (oinnuinitic local. pap.-r- I"IH'h.'' / \ ..-.. \I.. '(uboanN \ I -peeial, rules.L .

,., !' 'I. InPlants Acquirrd. I justify! iuh fuither, esten.sioiis. when then i omp"IIIll.bttn ,, ha-

[ ddei mined The Florida l Everglades 4d.
.r Titles to City Lots The\ plant.- ahead'xequirtd'| in- dually
:So far the nwnetlee' coniiMiil .
dude: as Ting j < tier, al Iniiincing/ of the\ South .
I ;(. PROMPTLY. the I b'! J. O. \\ riuht.
EX.\M1N'EH; : their principal gainfrom control .
_Aioadia electric light' and) pvcrand i-ri. I'tilitieCumpaiiv: i- being Ill -

,1 I | 1 m- jilatits.JraKnt ami manaireri't 'nt of a l.irge 'matter "i.iiiiri-d,, by. tin, Kntrrnei: r ling Sei'uri I' ii, ,i .M 1 11 to ki n w tin\ tulth t about \"'" Aa41a .Ai _ d4ti.....

\, of piopei'tie.are expected ti> bedewed ( of"w: ; folk, of ,
and :Manatee) electric light and from tinincicaed output and! ,Ahull :Mr., White. I 1- president.The 'II.' and Intuit- |io-shllltle-| ,, gel a

1 LEWIS O'BHYIana:-; t'r. power: planb.F..I'nandina. Htt"! \\hiih will lie made possible' .1 G.Vhrte(; Company. Inc. "p of :Major Wright'new: \bookPrice Real Estate Agency.

Kissimmee Office.Head paitly' addition---- to the capacity of wbiih ha- been well known in the engineiMing .
ice '
plant. the \arious and bv :Mail. 7c.; ...... .........................
Fort Lauderdale electric light and plants paitly by 11.INIU'iIlK / and public utility, !field both C

IIOWCJT and ice plants to conimodate the publicand in till'ounl'y and abroad for many AddieT.. \rpl.l1.1RI: ). 4 Realty bought and sold. t, t

Fort :Myers, elc-unc! light andpower al-o by cMeinetically endeiiiring jeans has ,recently fat III',i two newMibidary : State Printer. Tallahassee. (Fla.HJt. 4 Houses rented. 0'

Office: Itisbt-e Building, to -"-,'un'1I..h r e\\ Im-ine--' eachiximmunuy : Taxes and Titles
and ice plants. col, poration'I' l l 11/.-c are 00 ( paid verified -

+ Jacksonville., i'la.; Branches: Lake City ice plant. a- may l h axailable. By the) 1. (J.; White llnfiiieer: n.g' 'orpo- for non-residents.

Kissimmec, 'Fla., Fort Myers, Live Oak electric light and power trying to accommodate, the public, lation which has taKen a aitn-ipa-,, \ TO oQ.. Fire. Life and Accident Insurance ...
Fla. Arcadia, Fla.t' attention to complaint-- t .
a and l ice plants. prompt lion in the linaiurn, of the Southern r' .

:Miami ice plants.! garding service, ,'al'netlId"a'or \o Utilities Company and which will, do fl. Indemnity Bonds. ..

Palatka, ice plants. improve, writes and ample capacityfor the general engineering for and have ExchangeFor Ir--. ......

,, Pensacola, ice plants. I all requirement- is believed general I supervision of .such. additionsand
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h ice that the business of the re..pective'plants extensions to plants as be
I 'Punta Gorda, plant.St. I may

I Augustine, ice plant and_ steam can be rapidly increased and I made. The second subsidary company Lands

\. PURE BRED POULTRY laundry. this increase in output should add to I the J. G White Management DR.-WM HARPER'OSTEOPATH

Sanford, electric light and power. ,, .the profit realized!\ from": ,the operation I Corporation: will have general super- I

,, gas ice plant and water works I lof, the properties. ...1' 'vision of the management of'all prop. ,

,; Breeders of highest type Black Tarpon Springs, electric light ond The' Management.I erties'and cooperate with the staff of in Florida

,; Minorcas, White Leghorns, Cornish power and ice plants. the Jacksonville: office in endeavoring, STECIAL/ST/ IN
R. I. Reds The dne.ct management/ of all the
electrit that the of each
West I'alm Beach, litfht' tosee management
;' Japanese Silkies, White Muscovy and jiropertie-" will In-. under :Mi. II. ('.
'.t Mallard Ducks. High class breeding and power and ice plan I.-. Adam.-. reccntK of \Ve-t Palm Heach, piopcrty is, properly looked after O.-.S ITA T.>(,'+ LXAMINAJION/ FREE

t' stock; Day old Chicks ; Eggs. Cor- I I Paid for In Cash. who will, In-\. i made gei.eial manager Thi,corporation, as, aKo the parent Fresh stork of drocerie, good trade,

respondence solicited. Everything One of the )benefits which has already of the :Southern L'tilitie'ompany.. ,company J. G;i. White & ( '0.. Inc.. isIparticipatilg an elegant residence, all located inane KIM'ACE! FLA
: absolutely guaranteed as represented riA JAYS THURSDAYS SATURDA'
the financing of thetnteiprie
] in ]
accrued to the State of Floridais Hoomfor the of the
or refunded. headquartei > F f.t. Cl: NTfTAL HOTEL
'! money of the best towns in ieoria.; ) U
that most of the plants purchasedhave company)' haaln.ady been ( ngagedin although as previouslytated \

V THE OAKS POULTRY RM already been paid l for in full in th" IlrartiIlti011U1 Hank building, thi-, Infiincing, I is being dunetnustiI' Address Box 125,
I'u"or .66 ORLANDO. A
"f, t' NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA I cash. This,, hay bought a ]large .lakson'.Illc] and thi-, will be general by the Engineering :Securitiesi 'J-4t Jackson, (;ia.

t. 2-18t I amount of new investment money Into headquarters' for the operating' '/ -taff.I'mler i'oiporation., ,
I II the and ha.. Off) for fort M I>.'r.+.
state ,.
according> to ( Mr. Adams theie will be train-
in 'I be party left St. Augustine thi.eenmg ..-
$ leading bankers Jacksonville and edind comjietent/ i IIl.'lfI"'I'! | / \perinceil i-

I other cities, been the means of materially ni the management and operation I by special "aill. which in-

relieving the financial situation of such properties aare, being. hided two private cars and private $ TATE BAND\ OF I ISSIHHEE

i"" For Reliable Bakery and gives the local people who ;| acquired. The staff will also includeipeit dining car, in order to spend Tuesday ,

at )Fort :Myers and vicinity, shortstops
have received who I''cel\'e' !
or aie to accountants. and! 1" everything- Oldest Bank in Osceola County
this cash funds for in' being made en route at Arcadia "
investment udenl to an organi/ation fitted,) to adequately -
'J I Products, go to other local enterprises.It supervise,, the operation of I and I'unta iorda.; Wednesday i is to ITepository For

I is intended that payments! will be ;'''a large number, of properties. Each ,, be spent at Hradentown and vicinity,1'' ( 1'11'1); 'ti" t'1'1N: C.U\E"',MI':\1.' 1.U!!...... .. 1I".IIoGII KUM

I J J. H. Reed's completed within the next thirty days I II property owned will be operated bya the party motoring to Sarasota, wheie 4'.' l'i'1' : <>i- ri.oitu. .

\ the and citizens have extended I < Ol.\TV: .' U'C( KOI.A t .'I'V .>!.' KI1MIMMKE.!
: for all those, plants which have not local company which, will usually mayor ;

HomeBakery. already I I been fully paid for. This have a title which will include the I i a hospitable invitation to :Mr. White :; Capital Stock Fully Paid _-___________$50,000.00
I will bring still cash into I I and his guests.. to lunch. On Thurs-j j
more the name of the local city or town where Surplus -.____ 30.000.00
state available for local investments. the plant is locjiU-d or some other dathe party is to leave Hradentown Stockholders' Liability 50000.00

I Including the payments for all of the : local well known name. Each local by. early] boat, spending the day at Depositors Security _$130,000.00

,; plants! and the additions and ext en- company will also have a board of I'mcllas peninsula and having lunch

7l I at the Hotel\ Bellevue at Hellair.Thursday INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.

night the party is to go by SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.C. .

r-pecial tram from Tampa to :Sanford,
A. Canon I Jno. M. Lee, M. Katz, N. B. Carson,
where it all of and k
willpend Friday
41,1 President. Vice I'n-Bldent, 2nd Vlco Treat. Cashier
\ where the Commercial Club of Sanford '
r FOR SALEBeautiful
has Kindly extended a luncheon

,If you want a nation. -
"I BARGAIN I To' J-'ellsmere. 'I I -

in an
; Friday night the party will, go by

: ORANGE GROVE ( Bungalow on lot 73x117 feet. Six rooms, bath and pan- special train to Fellsmere" where two

days| will be spent in going over the ': '
.; a or land to try.
'anal system and other large improvements S.FLOYD

Oranges and Practically new. Every modern convenience. Four and one-half which are being carried out on

I the Fcll.srnere tract of 120,000 acres, i
a blocks from Postoffice.( Cement sidewalks. :1 in which the Engineering Securities !
I Located on beautiful Mabbette street in one of the best sections Corporation is largely I iinterested, the :'

I .large improvements which are being I

BUCKELS of the city. ,. I! (carried out being under the general ] Grocer.
it '
aI J supervision of the J. G. White En-
I Now offered for only $3,000. A bargain which will not remainon
gineering Corporation. Sunday even

the market long. Let u* show YOU. ing the party will leave by special
(John Whlt3& Co. I
train for Miami, where it will spend Get our prices on
KstablUbad 1887 Monday and Tuesday, with headquarters -

NlphatmatteltxlaalMW at the Royal Palm hotel. HAY GRAIN FEED
: a *'m FURS I day evening the party will Tues-I

and HIDES. H. M. Breaker & Co. Palm Beach where it will be accom- which we make a specialty

WOOL / modated partly at the Royal Poinci- I

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BUILDING shrubs., Nature has been 'helped out I \ \ \ .i
BRYAN The \ \
properties, of these corporations
a Instances by setting out oforan&e REFORMS PROPOSED
are assessed under a special law \"
I ( ,mangrove,' guava and other which makes' ,assessable
A TROPICAL HOME trees,;the fruit from the wild physical :
and similar trees' orange BY GOY' TRA"MMEL. properties only, not including, the FORSALE ,
t not being. palatable value added to the, physical propertyon "
The .
Bryan home
A stately account of the franchise privileges
OVERLOOKING structure,. 60x60, built reinforced\ enjoyed..
We have
BAY AT MIAMI no such law regarding
concrete, stuccoed' white with red WANTS
..*- tile roo It will be one stry! high, "I respectfully: recommend that the r r41
j'LACE WAS with a tower on each corner. The law governing the assessment of the
I DISCOVERED BY, draft of ,the plans was made by Mrs. GOVERNOR SUBMITS PASSAGES ; :
MRS. BRYAN WIIO "properties! of such pubic utility cor.poratlons -41 : :
IS Bryan, who also chose the name for FROM HIS 'FORTHCOMING should be so, amended as to ,

GREATLY CHARMED the country. place, Villa Serena, Serena MESSAGE 'TO PEOPLE* I have such properties assessed upon

BY IT. being the Spanish for serene, I the ,
basis all
"Down here IN ADVANCE. same as other proper .. .- .. .. ,- -- :
we will be serene, free ties," .
from all ,. -r
care, said Mr. Bryan. : i
IJ, Miami, fla.March 8.-Surrounded Architecturally the ho''so is being Nice little home with large lot. owing well and other conveniences, 4

" oil three sides by a dense tropical constructed alonj Spun', h line'', witha Tallahassee, FJa.,-Governor Park BASS AND LILLY TO exceedingly cheap, same party also has ten acre good land with some t

;'lowth and fronting on beautiful 1 Bisayiic patio in the rear, the house, ue'ng Trammell, in pursuance of his announced improvement*, well located, will make exceedingly low price to anyone 1

Bay and. the Atlantic built around this on three aides She intention to give out from 'I BE on either one or both pieces of property; can deal 'direct with :
wo miles south of Miami, William ocean: front entrance will be from the ocean time to time for the information of FINAL PRIMARY owner. .. J _._--- ,

linings Bryan is. building a winter side, a pergola extending the full the public and of members of the I Cottage Close to Business. .

"HUP, It as to be completed by July I length of the front el]u.nation There Legislature certain of the recommendations Six-room cottage practically new, large lot, and 19 bearing or- f

and it is the intention of Mr.! and I will also be an entrance from the rear which he will submit to the II MAYORALITY RACE IS CLOSESOME ange trees, about two blocks from the business part of town, best of '

"I.. '. Bryan to return early in July through the patio, and this! entrance Legislature when, it meets here in I reasons (for selling, owner, will quote extremely low price. Let us take

superintend moving into itI will probably be the most used, ai; it I April, today gave out the following j I you to see this splendid property and introduce you to the owner. ) '

rhe I site is the Icrcst:\ of a twenty- will open on the drive The front" entrance recommendations which he will make: I SURPRISES IN THE FIRST Orange Grove ',S ;

_diff, the only cliff in many milesyfiKtlTe will open into a loom f d 0 feet Traveling Men and 'Railroad Em- PRIMARY FOR :MUNICIPAL 01'I i Ten acres of( land with six acres of( bearing grove, good neighbor.

1 fchore. The shore line )long and 24 feet wide! thi-> room to be ployeen Right to Vole When Absent 1 FICURS hood, less than two miles from railroad station, and about four miles J
J not. four/ dM from the diff and divided into equal thirds: iiy pi1lnlS! From Home. j I from Kissimmee very cheap let us tell you all about it; full particulars i?

jf. I -J> < Whore a suolita'ntia'1 sea the center section to lie the reception "Many traveling, men and also a | PRIMRY TOMORROW. i to interested parties. ,

,v "II I i1- being built of reinforced room, that on the right: the dining considerable number of railroad employees Far mand Grove. ,

,t-t ". Between the cliff and con-the room and on the left Ih! sitting loom and others, who are qualified = Twenty acres les sthan two miles from P. O. of Kissimmee, on tin:
,II' In voters of this State, are oftendeprived There were surprises in the '
I'"''i' flowering shrubs will,! be plant- the lear will >e the: kitchen and hard road about five, acres bearing grove, consisting of oranges: grapefruit ,
two bedrooms of the privilege of voting on I municipal primary which took place i ,
,I tangerines and other fruits; 16 acres splendid citrus (fruits, four ,

'1 luke no credit for finding this The four towers to he bull\ ], at trio I account of their absence from the I Saturday. There were some disap-I acres low land very fine for trucking 4-room! house and good stable; ;a.

of the moMt Ixuutiful corners. of the dwiliin1 w1:'1 be 'itlid I county in which they are registeredupon I pointments, too; but so far can have good (free country high school privileges, $4500. Time on .

spots I for bedrooms these tc i.e the date of of the primary orelection i been discoverable there were no ill I $2500 if rlcmrrrl._ this ( I
up rooms I ( ,_ _, Investigate splendid property. '.:
.1'r seen\ lidIr: -- n n --p .
Bryan 10 feet Between the two such absence being due to feelings engendered, and all the can- I
\i! Bryan found it, and I am just square the fact that their ; didates are taking the result in good Cheap Little Farm. I
i I' injr to impioxe it a little under front towers will be a roof garden, I' them to be from home re-I humor, 'I Ten acres less than three miles (from Kissimmee. Land lies level, 'f'I,
while between the side towels will be quires away
Mi Br\anB ditection :She is boss i is good soil 8 acres fenced small house 5 acres cleared good well ..lIJ':
bathinoms and ilostts! The stairs great: deal of I the time. That they True to the predictions of IIIB' '
''II', not I.1 How ,did she find this price $525. Time on part if desired; this is a snap. ;f ,:
will, lead up from the patio.; they and may be allowed to vote when absent I friends, (I'Yed M. Bass was the ]leading ;;, 1
ace in thr dciw
jungle ? 1
Hy per- the halls to be floored with beautiful from their home county, I candidate for Mayor. lie received "

lint ]looking :She tramped for figured Spanish tile which Mr. Bryan the enactment of a ]law providingthat 1,10otes with Judge James W NELSON REALTY COMPANY :
ill. and down ,
r I' the
up coast, chmhf
bought in (uba. Ibis tile ih supposed a traveling man or railroad em-I Lilly a close second with 121 ; Dozier 1 I
through l>runil"les and tlanilx> Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE FLA. :
riiig '
1 to beery old, having( been' ployee, or .othi"r voter who is Leitnei was third with 111, and J. M. | .'

i I' locks' until she found this spot, taken out of an ancient palace in !: to be absent from his home, upon''' Taylor was fourth with 13: I r
rut I I I-.FI t it i il I
a pultplace :: his cerlifi-.I
l Haviina, | presenting registration i It is said that ;Mr Taylor is going
(realariel; .> of \rrdun hidden in the is thi'rty-foot callhis poll tax receipts, and sali ;- I JJ i
trees a I to give a banquet to the loyal thirteen -
I 1'111' (fieutisturi. U of -ub-tiopiculi ] lying the election officers to his J
water tower over A forty-foot will, j as Iid'nlity | in order, to ]learn who they were. I ,
i I idure I is found on the HINHII estate,
I and that he has voted
Lund from this pipes are being ]laid not in ?l'e stated in a speech prior to the'
I iluxccniingU having made the his home other "Let Ploof Show the Proof"We : '
county or any county
throughout the estate to safeguard/ primary that he had asked no man to I .
l.iti\ an <'\p<'i'inn'ntal I farm withmu.t and will be
able do
Mr. 01 piiiinit not to I Iso i _ _
against a )possible dry season vote for him, and consequently did - --- -- ; 1
c'''t'I i \ tiling fiom the stately i1
shall be allowed to vote for National
Bryan. not being long enough n.movI I not know the identity of his! support I State for the ,..:: ,
gumbo 11111"0"I'I'(' with trunks\ are Ueprenentetives
| and
State officers the
id l from tin arid plains of Nebraska placewhere 11 :Mr Taylor has been living in 'i'
huh I 1.,1 I, a' though tluhad been he !I" aid that his 1
:anil the' ]Hin.r Platte, which goes dry ma> ; vote kii-sininiee' hut a sliort, time, and this I BEST in PUMPS GAS ENGINES
"I" .I"d. in. tl. beautiful! VM-talla, : : -hall 1 bert' mated lo such officers; '
at ( i Main. *-easnns of the ) ( "r. to get fact, coupledvith his late entry, ae
n iiVVIIIg (ill till. tlaTh.I < gnwlh IS the law should provide that he shall I I All Kinds Stationary and Marine :: }
tin plea out <>f his hi'ad. "It ought counts for his small voll'1; r. Leit- t _. ,
a dense thai it I i- nnpusMlili' for a 1 be furnished with that "
,get veryy dry sometimes," he :said. portionof I ncr and Jlr., Taylor announced the and I
man lo pinilililc the forest without the ticket National and '' : '
nnd thin I will be in a position to"tike covering I : sam. day,, and although Mr eitner Engines"J ".J*
alining liim-elf with\ an a\c" and mtries and shrubs'* The State of(fuel-, Such law to provide',!'had the advantage of ]longer residenceand Engines, Boilers, Hoisting ,

urvuig his say ahi', and this' suitable l for effort to ,
: rows ,, > )penalties any !
house will I lie (piped' for water throuh-| Identity, with the business, com-
dutiful, ] growth in rill Its native vote or for voting at more than oneplaie and Carry a General Line of Supplies \1
out. It will al-o be wired for electric Imunitv i his ]late announcement also
Kriinekur i i- being lift t.. \Ii: HlMi'i ." all Purposes l
) i\ to lfor
lights, and telephone\ will of course 'had: much to do with his small vote. I Ii i 1 '
"for iiatun r i- tin beet indapi 1 ,
Ix In tallt.cI.l lIhe i:, Legislative Committees Should Inspect i| ;Munv of the voters had been pledged ,

gardener, after all i is raid and .done," shore line of the Bryan estate I I Mate: Institutions I'rior to by the other candidates. The entry i THE H. E. 'PLOOFlMACHINE CO. ,
he "
--aKxtendmir\ i iMI'l! fell lung J though the frontage :Session of I the Legislature.. of the. two ]last named candidates did IIr
from the publu' load in '
is'! "lleiitofoie] has I been the
Oil tin publx' road to the rear it policyof not complicate the situation as be-i 4
i1 In liar of tin (.stale to the building Local and Long Distance Phone. -ie-tpii f
some ir'eatir Along the public road line Legislature to designate committees twecn ;Mr Bass and Judge Lilly as | J
,t I.' on the brow of thtihfl o\ 11king '- \ ,
t. a ]picturesque stone hedge has l been composed of a considerablenumber had been expected by some. The circumstance | j
'thu buy .1 .luaiitif 1 Ines hu11 -- i
limit mostly through: the personal efforts ; of the House and Senate to ;, that they will have to tight I 1
hewn through the 'n4"i.t. and a
'n of ,:Mr Bryan, who spent the I I visit the Institutions for Higher: Education i it out in tomorrow's primary leaves > i

l< tiring II rod in width around, the greater part of hm time during the I the Hospital for the Insane, I the line-up very much as it was before 1I I Distance 4 :

house has been made but ;Mr Bryan working the School for' the Deaf and Blind theconviit 'II '
lastthree monthson the place, the others announced As is usual, 296 ;

Mi, forbid tutting down any more / "side by side with the laborers in I lamps, the State Reform I both the candidates feel confident of AdvertisingLong .

t rv wishing. : to retain the native his\ employ, wielding the axe or shovel ,School and the drainage: operations I ell'ctionIr: Bass' friends assert ,

gi,,wthith its mixture of more than witha will and setting a worthy ex- i dung the session of the Legislature, that with such a good vote it will bean I -
different kinds of tries andk is saying the right thing ;
eighty ample to his men, whb are makingof : and report thereon while the body is I easy matter for him to make again ,

the Bryan estate one of the show in session. This plan for having: of 50 in the second, which will at the right time J;

places of South Florida.DRUGGISTS these institutions inspected by committees give him a majority. Judge Lilly's

KllHIUr11tIO-: from the. Legislature takes a, friends contend that at least nine- in the right way,0 'i.g gWe

ENDORSE considerable number away from the tenths of of the other candi. ,, .
\ I
Y O I' N E E u 1 ii-- 1 daily sessions"() ) 'and also, on accountof dates will-,go to him in the second and make a soecialty planning, preparing: :.,t.(I, ,I t l C '
the desire of the members of the ,
r DODSOIVSJVER TONEIt that this will make him the next literature and 'conducting campaigns for "\; "

committees to return to the regular Mayor of Kissimmee. The first primary Land Companies Boards of Trade, Municipalities :.I,
and Individuals.
ll_ legislative work gives: but limited has had the effect of drawing ,
i l .ild Wl. HANDLfci.VERY
fun y
harmless Vegetable time for making: the inspections. I the lines tighter and making
KIM) OK BRICK i.rg.wn.ll is a Ciuaranleed; tomor-I
Remedy that !Regulate the Livt'rWilhout "It is my opinion that some plan row's contest !a good deal
Stopping Your should be devised whereby these committees i teresting. than the election under the | :

Work or I'lay. could be designated prior to old plan could have been. I II

GET ()tn: PRICES KIHKT the> (convening of the Legislature fco; In the race for Marshal, F. W.I I i FLORIDA \ : ffl.'

AND SAVE MOXKYA. that they may make their visits andinspections I | .
knock I I'lttman led with l ICO; Floyd Tion
A dose of calomel may you
A. r to'th session and .'
completely out for a day-sometimes I prior came st.tqnJith 158, and J. M. Han- -- ,- ,

C. CO NY 12 USIf r two or three days. Dodson's Liver be ready to submit their reports\ when : .dl next with 72.11': Hansel], whois ,
Tone relieves attacks of constipation, the Legislature meets. :
president of the Council, was expected -

ir A KHICH, I H4VK IT sssrr rrs. and biliousness you ',toy and on lazy your liver feitKistiimmee \.. headaches, Advertise ranting; of Franchises i to make a much better\ lace, | Grave Covers and Vaults a Specialty'' i) *

rr "City franchises are often very valuable and hiM late announcement was undoubtedly -
Drug Co bells] Oodson'sLier
'j ;
Tone and guarantees it to give ] and for the protection of the Ii to be charged with his WIIITK 13F ONZE ('

IIIIuIuIiuIKODAKS perfect satisfaction If you buy a interests of the towns and cities, I mall vote' The outcome of this race r
: :
/ Is the most :.
enduring monument
bottle of I Dodson's Liver Tone and do would suggest the passage of a law I will be watched with keen interest

not hud it the safest, most pleasantand requiring that when an applicationfor Both the leading candidates are pop- made. Will not get moss-grown, lo : ;
successful liver remedy you ever a franchise is presented to a cityor ular, and it is conceded to be a close crack crumble. Is ; :
took this store will give you back or more artistic 4
the said council if it
and SUPPLIES town council contest
the .00 cents you paid for it without and less f f
DEVELOPING a question if desired to consider the application, In the race for Council Dr. T. :M: expensive.

.nd PRINTING .I his guarantee that a trustworthy shall give public notice through the --- : I"
Rivers led the ballot with 318; J. Write me and I will call. '
HIGH OLA1 I7Y low PR|" I. druggist is glad to give on Dodson'sLi of the application for at least .
PROMPTM*" er Tone is as safe and reliable as three press weeks before acting upon it, in Thompson came next with SOfrt L. W'I JOHN H. PAYN KISSIMMEE P. O. :,' ; I'
TAMPA FVOTO AND ART Lrl'lI\ I bM the medicine and! that is saying a lot. (ohoon polled :J2.r>, and G. I II.!
M 114 T VUtl, .' *IRIi J order that others also make 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1
i.w, n 'N" Advertisement\ may application had 222. Mi Cohoon stood for 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I
and that the citizens may I i
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short term of one year. and having - -- ----- -
'e advised. The law should further i
secured a majority over both of his

I provide for a referendum vole upon opponents, II. :\1. Breaker l 04, and I I

I all grants of a franchise when requested Edward II. Hall 78, he will have no I

by a certain- number of opposition in the second In the race f Low Excursion Rates i''

I voters." for the full term of two years the I ;:,
Buying Orange Tax. : t '
Graded Corporation '
high men were the nominees The TO
"The privileges given to a corpora- : other l'andidates'ere II :\1. Steen I 1. t vF'';

tion by the State' are valuable to the I 1'J, and R I D. Waring 110(;. ST. PETERSBURG FLA. : J
and them :I
incorporators, gives rights ,
For City Clerk, J. K Gilbert received '
GrovesIN from liabilities that VIA
and (exemptions II 337 i: und for City Treasurer, J. Z
individuals do not It is for the
enjoy. Roberson received .i'55: Neither had .
purpose of exercising these privileges ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,
OSCEOLA COUNTY TODAY opposition, but Treasurer Robersoncannot

that persons form corporations. I understand how it is that Clerk I Account of :
, PER ACREIs States an annual tax
y UNDER $1,000 Many impose Gilbert, always gets two more votes

I Just Like upon all the corporations enactment, of and 1 law would imposing !' than he does. lie tells Gilbert that I Fair and Tourist State Week I '
a -
suggest he (Roberson) votes for him (Gilbert)
AT A DISCOUNT a small annual license tax on I I I *
BUYING GOLD but he doesn't believe that Gilbert returns March 17th to 22d.
doing business in this I I
corporations the courtesy. The Clerk main- r r"

State-say from $5.00 to $50.00, I tains, however, that he does vote for Excursion Tickets Sold March 18th and 21st. ,. '

We are offering tome spiced d Groves at just half of the above based on capital stock"Equalization I Roberson, and is simply more popu- Final Limit March 23d. .,it J ." "
of Taxation. Attend the Fair and Home State Parade -
participate in your
I lar by two votes than the Treasurer. '
figure "Tax assessment laws that do not I 'it

in terms to all not I 'e
apply equal are No. 473.: We have two i iI
eight-room '
I For information find reservations call
LET US SHOW impartial and just laws The Floridatax houses, suitable for rooming or board- ,
I W. C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent Kmiramee. Fla. !
laws governing assessments require II ing purposes; they have'electric lights .

that all properties shall be as- water and sewer connections; locatedin Y. R. Beazley j, G. Kirkland

H. M. Breaker & Co. sessed at 'their full cash value, excepting -I splendid resident section. Call on T. P. A.
us and\,we will show them to you. The Tampa D. P. A
the of railroads,
properties prices are reasonable, terms easy. rf"I
Pullman and telegraph companies. 6tf H M. Breaker & Co. .


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a' ) .. . ... .. S ; I J-rOT/CBJ or ATAC5f3INT.I. -i-R. \ L. HYATT

: \ S which :precautions, ? agalns$ it. were. tn;,Joneiville or ni,1l dale, \\Mny J here C...'y C..rt. O eola. C... y, FUrIdiL .S iI PhysicUn and
< nini niMiiiiiiini ,n i \ '
p MARKET FOR "FRUIT taken. for mny years: <'Mr,'Frisbie was formerly -II. B. '".. Owe McC,.. ..8urJreOnPhones
S Defendant atid to
To Owen McCabe,
business at
Fl .) hi the newspaper, 1 All I>er.-Interested In the Above \

i ; NUWAY PRESSING CLUB[ FAILS' TO MOVE PRODUCE. Jonesville.: He served during thefl war ICntltled Cause or Any: of- the Land Office, 197 Kissinim..

IS BRIGHTER NOW Fla. The Florida the rank of captain. After. Hereinafter described. Res. 243rp
J Jacksonville, ,- and You will take notice that on the 4th PIortdaiS
: : andTAILOR SHOP railroad commissioners are receiving the war he returned to Hillsdnle. and day of February 1(11. suit warn Instituted I

,.\ .... ., -. many complaints against the Southern a few years'later was elected county'1erk tho County agaInst Court yOU of Owen Ooceola McCabe County In

: :i' FINETAILORING S IS. Express Co. for its failure to serving for eight years. For l'lorlda.In' attachment' by IL. U. M. RIVERS, MV D.
DEMAND PICKING UPflUYG llouckl; and that a writ of attachment"at..d ,
': I AND REPAIRING move perishables offered for transpor three years he :was in Brazil aa U. S. February Ind., 1118 was lasuedl PHYSICIAN and BURGEON

; ; OF ALL KIND3 S principal after that went to Rheims l tho Clerk of the County Court under -
: -- tation. Tho fcl'ipmonta], consul and Kc-Hl of said Court. on February O/llce/ over Osceola, Pharmacy
-- -- Jy for interstate. points and the commiHsloners France as consul, remaining for seven 2nd 1U1S. and under and by virtue o1411i.i .
THAT S ne.ldeDce
S : Work Called For and delivered FROM CENTERS ., writof attachment I. have! levied PHON1S!: J 63.
of the
behalf growers ar Frisbio thus I
Pr. Eugene
\ upon 3't> l. UIOlyour equity" In the following O.'Doe' 148-,
S HAVE BEEN SLOW AND and shippers have taken the matter I spent his boyhood days in France, and Horlbi-el lots tracts or parcoU. of land -
and being In the Countyof
:; : FRANK DUKE, Proprietor SEEMS A SIUCH BETTER TONETUAljLJIAS.BEKN to the Interstate Commerce\ conunis- ,I later decided to locate there. situatelylnff OHCoola and State of KlotJefa,. to-wlt; :\7l4.; WINN .

.S ( ------- IIIIIIlIIIIIIullIIItfFI 5 -: _THE_ ._RULE. ._S l'IionL'! and have forwarded. . the. 10110\\-:, Capt.: FrisWe'a bereavement will HUliillvlxlon Iot\ I. aid of 4 certain in Block land.Tl.j of bplnor\\:In.5qecool a. PHYSICIANOffice S
t ------ ----- ____._ .__
; ,. ng t'I'A'Ijm- I calFfoftiraeepT: i regrel"; 'fronThts Jiiany ".t':- .- Sr; ;. tto -wltt:-*-!-.!!- fMMBtlouAlHi.ttlonn '_ _

--- - : J "rntciistute Cotnnieite Commission, i riends in KlsKimmee. lie and his 5 Hnnit.- 29 12.Hrand 13. 12.fractional 84. TownshIp"Ctlon 241. IK.nnd H.. 2nd Floor Will son Building.RKHIIIKNCB ,;;
j J.FLORIDA Washington/ I D. C.,-Following Mire wife had been frequent visitoVs to part of section 18. TownshIp 26., S. : PHONK H3 Lisd1MMal."
I Cars shipped last week _ __ ((08;! :McIntOKh Uu-iKf SE). 10 In Osocola Couiuv. I' !<>r- OyricK N.: M?. si.oa.i '
iecoi\cd ]last night\ from I this( place, and they owned a; home Wit uocoidliiK to an official blat ofHalil

i:5: C.W.GRIFF1N i i! Total Cars f shipped cam shipped ueek to before lust ]lastUft( i ]Pla., a point on the Atlanta Coast I here. lie was most enthusiastic and clerk HUbellvUlon of tho flied Circuit In Court the .ofllco of said oftin )K. PEWlTT T. LIGHTSEY r :

i'ail,load1TTirin( optimistic over conditions iv this section futility. tIn the 24th day of vAuurust.I4ilu. .
1 . .. _ .. -17 Hook
Saturday : --- In rial OSTEOPATHIC
= > nnd retarded PHYSICIAN :
''t \ : Staple and FancyGROCERIES ; ;> ;J(rrToT)1r-tio-TXTiri: ?$'i to
] ()\ ci. \lOt) eiaU-h on platform.' of good in writing articles for hishOI11l' pn-f."fl:: un thi-rc-foie requIred to an- I Residence Phone 274
Fla.TIlt" r) "('r-"lt in". Io tin- Hiild action on the* ml'In Office Phone
: I I II pi 98
"llie-1 s'liipnie-nls i } otherwise advertis- .. milivlnir I heill
and AI"'II. 11113.I. tut
r'll : Iii-v
;; ; ritnifiuit i outlook( i I- i>\, II len: < The papers anil, that tn tlifiiult *- I Roonm 3 and 4
I Jet t t 111'"' and I othfi,r pt'l ii ishable I>1 P rod uct s, the to Vie found here ; div of Api IK 1(113( 4
advantages :
fruit, now heing shipped} i-\'<'n intn- jog Ih"'nf Judsmi will In "nti i I'daiiiilnul ; State Bank Hid'g KissimmeeFl
i-tnu'd maiktts outside of state ,,,
.it tn
1.I 1. Mis I'u-bie; : wa1a lovely character jouIIIIIHH .
Ulateil( mis i> aiiMiig ii' jrot'd shapeand } ) -. . at t that \\ : II1V hil rid Fr,,d H'-Ul time < H1ilnv -, \
I ailmr I to sci\ice pointwas
I giVe
when I shipped) ') in 1 IfI 'ig&'l'itor. and her death is sincerely mourned ..r V.hru'ltl', > .11A.1 I >. UI13 I li. U. D. WIENENGA
J J ) 't
( I ; Free Delivery to all Parts with called to theattention of the gen- I. 1MIUVM >
) mis I IK 'art i\ ing tit t d"llIatlOlI T-'it! 1'1"1'111 HHIPOU Count1 lorlda'
e-ial, ( of t he Southern Kxpie'sso : I
i of the City: demand, - -- - -- --
5; v ei j' little, ileea'I I' I- DAMON AND PYTHIASA
l. I lij, tincommission1 last week.Ve: ? MIIKIi: \irtlllMKM.'. TREATED ron ..
I I llu futuie
good and --hlppi'is) i c
( ( poluight
-' : aicadxised that! it is almost a dailyuicuiience In ('otimj Curt t .<-<-.>lti 4'unl ).. I'lorliln. ALL DISEASES '
r (/ I'M' a little i" IIwlhd and at I IWILL .--II. II. Ilinifk a .. \\ nt. 1..J..r. I
I that the ('''I"sl'ompuny\ : Day Phone. 2A"Mllhl
(Chase), Aan1 ( 'o sathi', >' To VV m :Mi-v.i. l >..r""dnl1l.
good( J 11I'i ic c-s sroin or riDKun I THT nnd tn All 1'honi' 182 O1tLANW.FEA.
t4 -' ( fuini fails to cany all thi express from, l I'.i I Holm Int.! n'nti' t ri'ti'iving. / (nianoide I's mar that and othc-i points in that vicwit)'. .\ 1V .os nuni.. TilE: I tltliil ('(itiM. or Aiior tin. Land.I ,
: : l hel w liii,,'h II.IM* l ht'iii. s|I"W (f",. \M'lk- 1I"'IIIlIfI'I'I l ''. .d. Qlt. ..1.V.. SIMPSON | :
I ricaegist* l his niatler such vigorous \\oui.n .
; S J. G. HOWARD unil nilhow an unusual activity. 1.111 ulll I I i ink.l ,iii.ll. that I t t c.n tin( 4thil t I,
,i, ,if, ,
i I
hunilling as will liivuk up this piactue 1..1'1.' 1:1.! :I Hull ''''H I I S I I
( )eala DENTIST
with ( Itannet ) I i I I auiuiKl i MIII. \Vin, ::11.\ .51 l lit,,
much I
f 1 Tin ive'i/ingf'./ I i- pleased I '. I If nc-cessary: his ,'ommi."ion. TIll'I stoij' of I Damon and l Pjthias, I llu. I 1'i.iiiit, .*. e'oiiit' of i"IH, ....hi I runits I

!: : i Paper Hanger and Painter the. tiulliii.k and( !llamll.\.t(( \ \v. (C Ic'in- -lands loadj to pitfc-i. formal chaigesatruint I 1"1".1.' In' .l\ II.| 11'111111"1 U UiBtairn In Katz Building.
whetlu'i' founcied on fact 01 fiction ,mil I 1 that ( wilt of ,
a mini t I I Inn nl t > 1 lumiikft i i- jumping( ( \ '. Oi'KICK HOURS i ? : m'.l 12 n.nv. .
-- 11. -a\-. : : the Southern IX pies ("o for I. IoI''ItI',1., I'OJ! nu_ l ls th. I :
\ will alwa\s thrill the .woiltl. because: f I'JO: to 5:30
.?." It of 'tin' Countv <"oiiit. . .. ,1 : p. !D.
It -Iii 1,1 I III l. slH'k .it $1 I > pelMI u nili i K alnf .
Work GuaranteedIf failing/\ .. do its duty aa common ,01.1 e leplit>n<> No. 711 JUD 6.
: of the] unshaken faith Pjthias reposedin : : "- on i I 1'nd: li'Munil : 'yrI
| \ I f. (n li and ic.nhc.-d $- on,1( , .... I mud I i. anil, I li\ \ltlin I I of. MI 1.1 w S i It
tainc'iMRS.' hifilenil.l. I Damonvhieh) (( was only 1 -
s' 1 F'i iula\, and tin- ''t alt ii linn nl 1 li.i\ I" \ li'il UIKIII, MIIII' -
of done miiaand: :02 :Jr 01 ) H. W. W. CARSON
tlinking having any ,c.II..d Ji\ the \\'oil I Ifiness;; of I Damon Ullltv' ,III tin fnllou" .1.t Hllll,1' ,1 lulKI I )
week) .Ml! pi''h I ic'.uh th ::1:2..0: <> !I ii.I II I*. ,i.t |1..I..r l I Ill:I M.I. Kit II ,It.'. 1\1 Inuinil ,
1iJ \ please notify me through the P. 0. fRISBIE DIES AT to the. faithfulness and lidclitv J''po \ I I.. I II... i in I tin, I'liiintv ..if i-.I I.. DENTIST]
,niaik(( ( I 1'iliiM I pi'let'- will <'onlinui 1 .mil i >-l 1.,1.' ..I f |1'1.] ,, II, i 0' n |II S

'! J. G. HOWARDI] I ( ( 1 t" j ni }hljdwl'%( } i :and( piol? Ii4I(1\.' will I id l in/ him liv hifillin), Pvthia-. '1 i I.""ti '9 "nI. I i.' \in nim\ I k u! i I... i inu, .i Office 5-
,, HILLSDALE MICH. 'I tin'" -I\ ti, ) will I lirai i i lepi.ilingi.ini"ii /\ : sill.ill v I ill.ii 5. I i I I ill' 1....,IH ,..fV ,MI V over CoIe'liJcwclrySt;
5 I- I I II -mil', ,i "iinn(( i(4 irconlsI" l \1.t i '",.,.I I -si t I.. ,it' .ill li. .(i. I i.,11(.il v Office hours 1 8 1 -12 '.
1$11t11 I I I I I I -I I Sg | '; wavi i.t i ( (to, I to have' his : I (, I 1. II _' :Jl T.I .a i.chin/ t. I !'i : :!, 15

I" I ( s"hiadi( ( ( .i of 1 II 1 < '-i"Ii"! :ad.( ., In',..1 'liI off I lli I" t.\ J 1" (555,.d a ilrMieto I 1.:.11,, . "i I I. .tii I,.1 I f.I i, t (li.r,.il -. I i 'Ii -. I OUu-t-> phone" I r.H
'ful .ii, I |I.i iM I t 'I t 11 I"11 1 -. '1 i u i,- ', i. ."i S Residence, 2J.Hi :
j .. ( ',lId( ( it 'ill- l ( (l- aiilNlllKin \\111 I I i I.: 01 I K1-.S.IMMI=,=, El 1-: \t l> J'lOI( In- .. . .. ,
+ + + In- fin' nil. l') iIiii. to !irn to fl: ,' ""I. I : 'ii" i i- : ( < "" < .
+++++ 4 ,,111'I(! i"S i,I mat I Ke'ts row in I'I'adl<'a'lj'I I I..I.. .i. ..i.i .li i, ., l .. un( ..i( in 01) ,i.l itI mlniiniHti( 'ri'el. for <*\ ( ruction of teeth!
S; : \M: I 1'1(01'1In( ) : O\\NUJ) : : \\1 if. and i bill 1 i,,'" foi a la-l fal.\\.II. 5.I ml, ll,'ll\\ "I-N, ,,n M .1 in Ih ..rl\!, --55--- -S--------------
; .1 ,ollld( i .>!.>|ltt 'ion anil?( iniikit: ili .5
/l. till II' \"I.II/t..I"/, i e'il! to taki hi- plni. .1 t Ih I i I" ,1. .il t tl it, 't" ml'( I i "'11't ..1 K(. ti. I.. ] :
; \\ \ \ )1
I'I| : \ I )
: : .
: : oldtlii "I I S,4 Illl Hi( I d"I ,,
i S { 'Kill( :. .41i(4,( II.. !g \\ hii\e( -- ( '. '( 55 Ii "I( I I 'I I
ZiCCRAYSTONEIS ,,I t.l I I In M1 "i.i"I in"ilPn I. .. .,, , ..
I n I t I ( 5- l-l t I I'l I 55 ,1 I t .1..1) I I in I 1\I ,1 t II" 01I 1 1I
I I \\.1. < ..uat' *J!.. ,(,,I I'e'l' I'O\ I f. o .. In. I s.,. |, II IIE\'ITST.) :\ : ]
I kti.j.|.1,1'0: happc"uil, to a .. , . ..
V "il l I II. .I i \ I IS
t.sitt.q i 'I i iU
fill |
)Ii, lu.iiiiiii(( ( : 'tat( ion! aid: e-xpi'it( a i I II I ill-dale .... .. on-n IIXVH 1 iisrmi I.A
tin .. ..
Sj II h. following fioni JIM IMARMA vOfliec.
: /! I I'. .11 I. W.I | MltHiHl (; pi'lini ) ; S "( l 01.1| I i" I i I Ti.I l ll .1.I
J-)L 1: OPEN All THE HIM t th4i I ....1\ .(" I. 111/\ pill-. 'the (dc.ll I \ a.I. I- III I In ".. 'in \ |1'1'i \ I 1 : ,II'h" in" I._ i, s i I t" t tI I II I . I llniirs, "
+ + :Mn(5))li \n.iilv' .of :Man, <'h >. 1 I'M :. Hi u.i' -liink' \ with -1I<'h a tin' c \..iiiiif
f 2.50 In .I, .Oil [p'r il.iSjiii + "" ta, I"I.I.l\ ..all I to I the- good( at I !tie 1'---' 'ai.! v\ith "nil I I int I I u'-1 I I. l\i I -I un. 1'1.. toii'i'ade-hin." ami trianttd t It In ,I'l,(5 5. 1 11',.1 I 11,. i'" I \\ ,II I I.. i I t ,.I Ii 1 ::14)( ) to 5tI;( ) I'. M. : I II

;, "ml l hl \M, ,..10'' month J.N i nt I'In! '" .1 i n I \ ..u --
i t ; 'i S wn- ill.ul.It 'liowivci. \\ . i I u, .1' S I. .. .f( II I Mli I .
1 f I +1i R.O PORTER Mgf + '1'1"1 dam( >!" t d,. "i .i 'I ui" ',\ -' n, "'HI( : 1(44'l of ol 1 5 tiit. ' -S uf ( a u'l'l lu iso . , I /l's.' , , \ I I' I(1 A VANA. NhW w tt nAwroM
i i 1 :1 t: W. TMURMAN Plop ::1: l I ('lialioU.i ) t 1 1'11-1'1 I (II'. VVlfl I t eri 'n (u i (it in -inn( i I. II \ .1\\1: tS .
:: !haI I IS.4 .4 ii .-..\e.,n. I IM. - to tingn.wi: 1 Ipi I- aft ,.( .\ ,,, . '.., \ A NS \CNJ.\V( ; : & CKAWrOKDATlnKNKYS /{
: .I.t
I! .' ++++++++++++-t.+++++++++++++ < ,1'it.llM\ ( .l.'h) I I.. I 1"i ll-l'H( . u-ti, "fllu ) e> wel.t In""I-I.llo to I'vthia- 11 "Ix I 1..1.I

>. _ _ _ _ 1",1, ( ,i-i"4. mdiiatio, ..- "tie1\ tl,,i" I I., I I'.im'in' hail l-c .. v.ill mi hiw.iv .
pi'.111'. .1.1, tin nun Mint\ ittloit' '! ii' : i. MH"II I.; 01 'II" II "I l : \ r..h ) \ : ; .AT.LAW '.

I i fult i (i- mix*, in\ loiiiluii'ii( ,, ( to. Vilth .' :.ii ,ii : :II lit I tin. hniiie, 1 'i I II 'ading lev ('(IHII.tiom '. I h inn i t anil I "lit, I I.d, I Io I I" I II'I i him I to ,.. In I .... .. C ourl. 4.....-..1.. I iMlltl I lur-

tin attack, of tin' fllll'h'h!\ wa- 1.1.-11. II. II..11..k ml 'a. ..ti*..<-r.. eilti, .... I '.1'" c , I 1s..11 \
YRN'DUZORReal I i athma.'llh \\ hiihlie haduf i'.cpi' IT.I (5 V -I.." i i I I'i. 'I. t n.l l.m I ."n,oJ' .. \ IIS JluIoIIIIIKI."In1m.

; w. L. pa' it ieulat I);' had while. frullI"- find foi a long t In1( (<' ami In','n 'Pvthialefucil( to In- ttmptiil Mi- I, I I.-.t I<- li, I ,I. -I.. .1 I in( II"1. .n\ I I'.i inilii .... KlorKjaj
"I'M'' .1, vi\,, .ii 11.. 1..1' i iIt
L i ipenmg -lllllll-l\( ill Illl. tVMIM.<.k-. A'Illll. hail in.uli. a lonijiuil( ( with, Ins Ii l u,,nil I t" II ,II,,ill I t I I '. .HI I"I II,I.. ,1V 1 I -

1 : Kxpeits; docljic that out- of I limethods ,* lie-it, Ineak, the- will I I laUi I I ]I. D ( ;.EUEK.; : 5
her l ncai,' flic'ml- knew i>f her) IIln.( "-, and he- ic'fu-cil to t .cglccmcnt n inIn. .i l4 I H.I 4 |II|Itl I
; ila\l, if. I.l.iii.irx 1'11\ HUH" ..
stein end lot. i \\ "
I to prevent is jet her death came: as a shoc\1 to the: 1 he-n the king' tried III every -Illlll( ll\ .Ik'lllllKI MMJ I' \ MoW.IH 1"1 I .

: [ to dear the groves\ each day of the (eommuint.v whichhe, : had lixed for wa\ po-sil,Ic to tit his, frpl1I"lup., > II,. """1\ -..lIl'Io..r i Im-Vloil -''U''I\ I A1TOKNEY-AT-LAW
I I 'iil.I i_ lit' at I Hit' -him in l \ II II 11 mi k
11:1t Estate fruit that drops from the trees as (-c) munj' )'ean.. I VMindt( 'ling the while- at such a display ,1\; i ;I lli,.it t H x.rll I: of nt I ;ii' :h rm nt ,i l.s;I .1.1I. I. Office! State Bank Building

this eliminates, in large measure: the I.tiiuart 2nd I I'i II 11. \% 'a* IHMIJ. il I its 'h"j:.
] services will lie held Sun- of devotion .
CI. rk of II,. c-'uiitincut, uI'r .. Ki8 immee. Flondi
\ growth of fungi\ Scientific-! farmers day afternoon at 2 o'clock at- the I I inallv the dav of execution airiv- i.f nxlil I I'uurt on i 1. 2nd 1
anil t i\ anil I li\ \ III I u.. of Mali)
and growers are giving more attention ,'d.j I Damon had I' nol't'l ic-turned 13'1 i EO. F. PARKER.
house, Rev. W. 1' Jerome officiating < nf ""lld'III"II\' havi I 1.\I'd utioti \ (55];

to the subject of fungus growths Arrangements for interment will not :, The hour of execution had come, but > yult )' In th'. r..III1WIIlI(, .. I S
: 1i Y KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA II than ever before, and the groves l h. made until word is received from Damon failed: to put in an appearance mid lii I IIIK In th.. ( '., ( \'of ""(,.- Attorney-at-Law. 1

which escaped the stem end lot iila anil I .-.tat ,' nf I i.i lot nhi. to. H It I
L __ -ome of the relatives\ I T Fhe king' ''''',l fur a lat time to J.olN 7 anil, s I in Him k 12 In.Inuu. mil. Collections and Conveyancing

blight( this, season are the ones in Surviving/\ ale the husband, an onlyson I'vthiaand offend 16 hell hm| toescala. illxlHion of t.Malli Iuni1t iif \Vni ,\. I Specialties.I .
\I.t..1) ,Si; t's' u 1111'l iai H. iIII.IIH
--- ----- .- -- --_. lr., Kugenc\ I'nsbie!: : of Niee1'iance I ., lout I Pjthiaspurned' the offer. t I I .' I 11. .'2. J4 'I'IIH llHlllll I ( _ll: S I II I Broadway.
I" S. BULLOCK J Kant. .'' K: ,,n.1 fruitlona mi. ,linn ] ianil
iP5 r Louis and an only dauhterIrs./ : :.The king\ upbiaidi-d him for suchfiiendship |..ill "( s'tti.," t IV S '1'] iiw imliin ..1.Ii.I. H 1--- . ---. S

Darring I). H. Kinjon, of South Howell street to one, so ungrateful\ ). b.ut UK. :In I.: I In on<...,,1.i t .111111-. I' lot- ,1i S
I hli t.t .,, .1 lililSi to nn, oflldjil ,.fHili I i ( JJ.F. KR1UHS
,2013 Morris Ave., BirrninKham.. There ale also] an only granddaughter ]I 1'vthias In'inly c-xpics-cd faith in his, ) Miilniu( iHlnn, Ml\ >-il I In t tI II' i.ntii ,,rUn _
I ', S REAL ESTATE' Branch of Darring Bros. & Co. and only grandson, \Irs Frank frietul !Damon' l'.,.iinti\. ( 'J.I ik MM nf th tin, nth. 'Ir. nit.1.i ,.c-iiiut.,.r' I \,.r uuuHiI'Hii niid\ I AtTORNEY: AT LAW KISHIMMKE. Fu. ,

\ New Orleans, La. Charles Frisbie of Nice, France. Mrs The 'mo'nenl of the execution had I I and n.i ..l'd..1 In Tint\ Hook 1 on
I \, . . . . . 'II.IKI' 41.YOU J. Examination, of Titles a Special/
Frisbie left brothers sisters. arrived and still Damon had failed to .
no or ,
INSURANCEExamination Want FLORIDA LETTUCECELERY ore- then foro. rcnulri-d to ap Notification and of taxes of
rt, ; i: Mrs. Frisbie would have been 75 return. Pythias was led to the exe pear to the said( action on the rule dutY payment ".
Strawberrie and Vegetables In April 1918. the mtino-bt-ltiir, the Tth nonresidentfiVen careful.
: S years of age in April. She was mar- cution block. The executioner was day of Aplll.-1913: anil thnt III default S attention. -

it If prices right, -will buy c rlots. his raised tht-rcof JudKnient will li. -'ntrrdutjaln
ol( Titles a ried to Mr. Frisbie at Jonesvill. on just about to drop axe on \ 'it jouVltniBfi . -I is
Ref. lkt Nat! Bk. Birmingham Ala.] S
I Bk. &Trust October 17, 1856, and since that date the faithful neck of Pythias!! when the. \ . m)' liaiuj, and seat! this 4th
J' Co New
City Orleans La.
day of J..t.runr A 1 II 1S11I. JOHNSTON
'l : 1. : Specialty. I I 21 1 :3p! they have generally: made: theIr: home I sound! of horse's hoofs was heard in I. If IN'HHM; ) pAT S

the. (distance, I It vva- I Damon) A few 7 -'ll' Sh. nil i 'IKI: ola c'uiint, ) I 11,1 I I i.) i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

}- Corresnondence Solicited. momentlate'i -taggeicd; onto( the I I I 10-1' I Citizens Bank Building
; 1 tx IIICIIIN" \ M I !
I \ -i(' .I'in( and took his" place at thee xc'- Fvissimmce Florida
i I -iiilln-i XrilliMiJW of I hic.rnrrnl,

| i'ut ion liloi-k. llr.llnniii. <.. of the III ..f KUl.nrtj ....... -

I Money-Making.Orange Trees "'I'II' ho had witnt-sid, this I .. .. I C
king vv ri.ISnu I. I h. .r. .f. 'Nir ...r I.. I itISl 8" MA.HrVl T. ricTtm i WaIL.O,

J.V. I' ] 1 On : ; 11r. di-pluj of e onil.nilhip) paiiionid I Danion I crlnln I :kili.altr I.I.IIIM| I l,.. Couniw-l,fur Judre'fth.l"iortia l|
", P--O K K I mm. Criminal l Court
I :I. ,
t .
u.i( i.i.l l.\ i II h i ,.1'.1 i .I "ii.,, S
) It's the vigorous, healthy trees that are your money- on the -pot S < "n *.f i i\ i is-tttti.> i \ J ASSEY & WARLOWATTORM.YS
; 5 FUNERAL DIRECTOR makers. They set the most fruit and hold it best. A good - ,-" I tl"in t I 'I 1')h,,it, ,-. i I"I"i ',', ..I t "li. !
application of plant food in Spring will help make .\ SIK( KI.K ,, ANI CouN8Liu
and ..
:) proper ' i I IH | 'i.itn.' ini .- | ti.|, i '|| \ ..f |XIHMINIM

LICENSED EMBALMERS ALL your trees grow vigorous and healthy. Use The Now YOlk 'I ill.unetclls of this, ( . I I.. .III,,. ,..1..1 -., .,- I I. I .l.l l .| sr. AT LAW
question and answei"Muriel : .,iI., ..SsS I'rftrtirn In all the Courtji of !>). Htat and 4
(h.. United S...,.... ala b.tors t lorlda BJ-
S <. Courthouse ARMOUR BLOOD BONE AND POTASH : ," said the old gentleman '-" .1,1", ',:, S:... )p, I"Mill' ,In I h. ,ss I, ,1 rimil 0-mmli.Hlon. and Lh. Inlcntate the totimuntCximmlnaion
r", t II.. ,t I.L., '.1 1 K.. for ,,
|I. I
sharply "that had in r.i l 0: h < .
I ;t KI93IMMEE FiaOtIS IJA ARMOUR ORIGINAL] NUMBER 1 )oung man jou ii-, .5.1 hll",,'lin( ",, I.. ii7lii. ,>i fiMi'hllii. ..1
::1" S Sr the pallor last night( is dull of compiehwision 1 "'" "t' til' iii- "I. pIMiluitH Ml t ,,. t "I| 11-11 CIl..I..TON HUIKJ OItLANDO., TLL

4 ARMOUR ORANGE FRUITER A II I had to do was tough( '","> ',..t M ' 'III' 'I, lilt. I, I 1..1'.1.l |. I I ,., | 1 1 t4131i
r -S-- 1- when the other ic-maine-d I..'"" "I t i ,i, .Ii. .ii I.\I.., 111, fill '. n liiinilT, ( \ il i I
t I chaps too I.u.iII..i-t. ,, (in .ill. (lId.,l H- i II". s.inn, I hixlii \ NI) HE\\: JOHNSON
If Tested These brands have ammonia that produces vigorous late and they would take the hint and il, i lii,' iiiiiU, I ,..HM '" I I. .1 I |"I"| "5.5,1| _. V.AlTORNKY.
and Proved GoodS growth balanced with, phosporic acid and potash to harden ill'pa t. Dili this one say anything M..1.' i ..i. n..n. I .inliH. I 101".1,, 1 ..("tsl." n,,
I illhhii( ,. .mil. ANI COUNSELLOR/AT LAW
n.i "I.MH
r Q this growth and keep it healthy. We have ten other I when I coughed last eight ? -" i h, I,," I till -in, t 1.u .- ,,.r it," n tiMiiinl tin, f", ( I

,11"\\ Freshness as well as'high'Krade/: (quality brands prepared especially for citrus trees-each a proved "5' ep," ie-plic-il, the beautiful daughter /: '11..01.' Hi-. l.iilldniis. ,,,I nut I I. HI, than"i Will Practice in all Court.

I J\ Call for what you want in the result-getter. Our booklet describing them is free. "he said the next time. he tailed l ,",Ii 'I. ' 'I.. l". ." I ii. I h.lSI 111,, 1,1,t M,",, ... State and Federal
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DIBBLE & SON API'LES and all other, Fruits and Vegetables, wanted, in carlots. We 111.5 11K.NIO H "111'1111 ___ _I.(;:1i_ _":. I 'I it \ ,'! I'INMutl(,,.-'" t
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lt.ulntrFruit ''II 1 IM i.: i' oi< i-I in.uA-i7i
: have the outlet and facilities to ha.idle your shipments promptly and --.f
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satisfactorily. Virile or MIL* pin tin. i.l of th. J Int.'rli.i. 1' S Lan,1 ,
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S and 1 rurk Land lffit'" at "al\. HI,', I lorlda I-.IJ-

ruai i v U. 1011: LOUIS A. SEARSON

; S Sprigg Fleming C. H JAMES, Charleston, W. Va. We have five and ten-acre tracts inLibeity ;\i7.:! r''1M '".r'h\ "''v.." that Kjman

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Ref The Park, the most desirable ul oruim, rvnt.r. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I.
: Packer Bradstreets and Kanawha National] Bank. suburban 1-o'I..r|
6-13t IdB. who. on. Niiviinl. ,.>,.r 24 UII-
CLEANING property on the market whichwe initclr* lloin.HliHrt
( l.ntry M'rl; No
! fOr 14 H"u'n AUDITOR I.CommercIa' I.
SW 345
; are offering for considerationat
PRESSINGS your Sh" DUVron'r' H..IIK". 2N( !>'BSt':

f DYEING "d :Ur,7 FRUITS ,VEGETABLES AND PRODUCEJ. prices that are a ractive. We '.I". '"" 10.! : *make. a"c memu"atl'oS; ; and MuiicipalAccouatia;

will be pleased to show these tracts to i-ntahllBh claim to the land

5' REPAIRINGS W. WRIGHT & CO. e-istpd Memphis, Tenn. prospective purchasers at any' time. the above Circuit deHrrllt'd.( *eurt hpfori'at the Clerk of Incorporated Accountant of the

5 Do not fail to see this property before Ida.: on the 26th day of SfaT'ch. 'isiV01- International Accountants SS

'". purchasing, as it has the lalmaiit' ,
Leave word' .t house and clothes DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS? advantagesof names al witnesses:
my being close in and on the very best LeonardI J. MUNRIT. of Cen Society Detroit. i iI
"" "' illte or hed lor and returped. ter. Florida John Hewlns'of
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.Glve us your next shipment of Florida road the
4 S Fruits and Vegetables and yon paved in county, convenient anK" Center Florida James \V. Bain .
will be pleased with the results; Satisfaction Is our "Motto" to the city, school and churches. Five of Orange Center. Florida; William A. o. Ill 377 Mali Ornce:

S Satisfaction Guaranteed 205 Dock St., WM. RODE Philadelphia Pa. acre tracts $250 and $300. Hponcf. of Orantrn Center Florida. KISSIHHEE. FU. AlUIDllt. 11

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0000040000400000000Davenport AND

Insure your Crop I I Messrs. to G

I. Schoeberlein, and Col.,, I. I. Gold. t I' tAN D. ... ;,. tl "

i smith, of Aurora, 111., and lion. J. E. i
I Bowen and Mr. C. C. Farmer, of ATLANTIC LIMITED1"'
'Fla.: lia've" associated i ._ -" '''- ilt.,1 : .
Davenport; SEMINOLE' LIMITED -- - - -, > -----'''''
W1tI7"BRADLEY'S" themselves together for the purposeof *::59 pm-Lv.'Tampa_*..,,_ 10:15 am 10':25: am __________!.____ A. C. I* .y r.;
10:26: pm-Lv. Lakeland ___ H:38 am 11:38 am .____- ____ A. C. L. :
building an electric light and ice Lv Fla.A.C.r.. 10,25 a m ||:5* pm-Lv. Klsslmmeo -__.1M)1) pm loi: pm, .....__--_-_-__---_.-:.___.. A. C. L. ..z' S
plant at Davenport. The plans for I.v ", F.... .. 1 00 p m l$;5t am-Lv. Orlando -__-__ 1:35: pm <*uJ ::86 pm _____________-.._.. A.. Co X. 11
Lv Or/nndo 1o'1a.. 1 as m 1:88: am.-Lv. Sanford 2:40: pm J::40 pm ..____________--___ A. Co x.. ff .1
!doing: this are rapidly on the'way andit Arr -Jar.k.onvlll.. Fie. .". 0 40 P p m'I.v 6:48: am-Ar. Jacksonville.-: pm 6:40 pm --___.._________ .A. C. JU t
is expected that the deal will be Jacksonville, Pla. 9 00 p m 4
.. J.v Wa'cr-oa.. Oa. 1L Dixie Dixie > South AtlanticKlyer ___ ,_i r
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consummated iiear future: Limited ..
nthe'very' l.v Tifton 0..... "I 15 ;
This will water Arr Albany, Ga.. .. I 40 a p m m 9:86: am11:40am Lv. Jack'nvllle AC.L.8:26pm: : :Limited.Lv.. Jacksonville ____A. C. t. p .
plant -operated by
THE how and when ; Arr Americus. Oa.. C. of O. 8 66 a. m : Ar Wavcross A.C.L. 10:2Cpm: i 10.20pm Lv WaycrossA.. C. L..a. ;
power by building a dam on Horse Arr Columbus, 011.. 0 II a m 6:18pm8.03pm: Ar Macon O S & F 4:16am: 3:4: Cam Ar Macon _._____. a A F. .
to Arr Opelika Ala., 7 311 a m : Ar Atlanta C. of da T:26am: 6:47pm: Ar Atlanta ________C. of Os.L. .
use fertilizers areA Creek just one mile north of Daven- Arr 131rmiagham.? Ala. 12 06 p m 12:18am: Ar Ch'tan'Ra W.&A. 11.6iam: 12:19pm3.16pm: Ar Knoxvllle ________ A N.
port, where they have unlimited water Arr Jackson, Tenn. I. C.' 7 46 pm -50am: Ar .Nashville N. C. I : Ar Corbin __i____L. A N.U "
A all important. First, available. Mr. Klinck expectsto Arr Fulton K)', 9 86 p m & St. L--------4:30pm: I 9.00pm: Ar Louisville _--_____ & N.
power Arr ('alro, III 11 07
.. p mArc Z.GOpm Ar. St. Lnuls. 1. C.. 50pm Ar Indianapolis __._Pa. Line f
decide for what be in personal charge of this work CIHhondale. 111. 12 13 n t
L. & N 7 20am
S you I .\rr Rt. I.oul.. Mo. 7 20 a m :: -
and will return to Davenport to make. Arr C'ntralla. lito. 1 43 fi i5pm( Ar LexingtonL.. A N. tr
: .. a mArt Ar. Hopklnnvlllo, L. ________
are fertilizing and then his home and give his entire time to '' Mattoon Ill. 3 30 a mArc & f.Opm: Ar Cincinnati L. & N. f

this in connection with Champaign Kankakee. Ill. 4 8S a m !I:2Ram1': K\ans\lllc.: L&N: 9.43pm A .20nm Kalamazoo ------0. R. A I. ._
enterprise Air Ill 6 211
work to that end. IL m 1 :lOpm, Ar. T ,rro haute. C. 6 OOum Grand Rapids ____0. R.1' A L '
establish Arr Chicugn 111. 7 lill IL m I. ______
, which it is proposed to a & E. l:06am02pm : 4
Second learn what develop I 7: Ar. Chicago. C.&E. I. C.64am 7 15am Ar Cleveland _____Big 4 "' ,
' soft drink factory and rapidly "
MII.ln 1'llllLC11 TH \I I .
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certain formulas the opportunity for such an enterprise ronipart-I I' 01:01.: Limited ll\ll': 1.- .\'ICH South All..tin Llmlted ,
( are made for and Compos.] of observation .
Solid train of Solid
in this section. These gen- m.-nt, drawing room, ,section slppplng composite car composed section train carry Solid. train composed. of electric '\
when to use them. Fertilizers rich insoluble tlemen have unlimited capital and cars and free reclining steel chair I draw InK-room sleepingcars I n g electricIIghl..d Hunted drawing-room Pullman :. J

wide business experience, which bespeaks ram, lM-lwi-tn Jacksonville and Chicago observation compartment -' compartment sleeping cars and coaches: between 't
ammonia are made for II IIi uml Jacksonville and car and dining observation Jacksonville and Cincinnati. andJackeonvgle. ,
rapid for the enterprise an assured 1 St. Louis. All ,, ear between 'Jacksonville sleepers and electric -
mtnln In dining; car. Parlor car Tampa' and Chicago and( lighted sec- Louisville and Indianapolis j :
i growth, while those for fruiting are success from the beginning.: tl Jacksnville. II sectiondrawingroom''t I Ion. drawing- ; through sleeping car be- ....
I sleeping car between! roo m sleepers. tween Jacksonville and Cleveland
lIon. A. (). Crosno, Mayor of Arthur ; '
sleeping car reservations or any Jacksonville and St)'First class coach- also Pullman sleeping. car between _
designed to make the fruit
and carryit 111., who has been spending additional Information communicate I.ouls Also section !"Ifs and smoking Jacksonville and Grand Rapid. on 'j' J
after with < drawliiRroemtleeplnx. '\car. Dining car Wednesdays. Fridays and Sundaysof
through to maturity.BRADLEY'S I some time at Davenport A. VV FHtTOT D. P. A.. .-nr. Between Palm Bi'acli''j series all meals I each-ureek. Dining" car service j, .' .J
II the interest of his grove here and IllsV.: .'st Hay HI.. Jacksonville; Fla.T .and Phleatto.! ''a la carte between Atlanta and Cincinnati. \ f

making some improvements> thereon, (1. KIHKLAXD.: D. P. A.. A. C. L., For reservations or other Information communicate wlkfc your-Tlck- ..";.' /.'1
FERTILIZERSare has returned to his Northern home. lllllsl>oro ItuU-l. Tampa. Flo. I\ < a Agent, A. W KRITOT. Division Passenger Agent Jacksonville Fla.. !
i -tf or J. U. KIRKLAND, Division \\Ii'
Passenger Agent Tampa Fla Stf
to make some extensive I, "
:Mr Cio/-no expects .

so balanced as to supply the early plant food improvements on his. property I some weeks: here visiting with ;)r. and I I L .- -- I .vr v I IOur
I 1 her" in the near future. I :Mrs. F. II. SlI1l11n Mr. 'Shafer is I ,
for stalk and foliage: at the time and later ..
: proper I Mr.I G. Kink, who recently came to I a wealthy oil well owner in his sftc-- I

to furnish the proper proportions of phosphoric acid ,'Davenport from Aurora, ]111., and whois tion. He seems quite enthusiastic Reputation Is Back of Our Work '

and potash to mature the fruit and improve itsquality. I II' I one of the promoters of the electric] \ over the situation here.
We have Statewide :
a Reputation for the Quantity and :1't
I II' light and ice plant, has returned lion. K. C.. Howell, postmaster of

I' I north to attend to some ,business there i Geneva; Ill., recently paid a visit to Quality of Work We Do. '.1, 1
Write for booklet -
mailed free.
us today ,
I operationshere i
to beginning
preparatory Davenport. He is owner of a beauti-I '1\\
I' i I While here he had 10 acres of \ fill young grove, here, and is a warm | 'U'
I I his land l cleared with a view to putting friend, of Davenpoort. j
ti I : Department, ora'nlre
I out an grove. Mr. Frank Ward who recently |
P. O. Box 216 Jacksonville Florida. of the I HARDWOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS i& ,ro
corresponding secretaiy
\\ Ii mO'l.rto\ Davenport from the North, ';
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7"- Board of Tiade
'- Ia\enport) i is building, a nice modern home on .
to W H. Powell, of the Tampa Board | I avenpoit> lIc-iK'Hs.' i MerrillStevens Company } r

of Trade indicating\ that the Da\en- i Mr. anti :Mrs. :M. I D. Hood, who came \ ;
600 650 E.
to Bay St. Jacksonville. Florida. :
11111111 -Milium |port hoard are strongly in favor of here last fall from Akron Ohio, are ;

the bonding{ of the state for the purpose building, themselves a home in their 7-4t pd '> ;

.. of building brick highways: from \ ;
: young) prove on Lake Davenport. 1I I
1 Jacksonville to Tampa, Jacksonville --- I'
Fertilize Your 'I'to I Pensacola, and Jacksonville; to I'Ma\\T: FOR FLOIIIDIANS I\ --- - -- -- R

j,!Miami. The route from Jacksonville II
: to Tampa will ro through Davenport The executive committee for the .
Orange Trees I which is located on the Florida high Ponce de Leon Celebration has decided I THE H. G. 'SIE VER

to erect a permanent memorial tq ,

way.The :Methodist. church is preparing the great discoverer, in the form of a REALTY COMPANY ;; f''

The mild winter has caused the spring growth to Mart early.Don't I to erect a house of worship to cost handsome and artistic coquina arch. I II
fertilizing. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give results This arch will bear a tablet, includingthe I "
delay between $5,000 and $7,000. It i is expected -
of the impersonating Prairie Land; Orange Grove High Hammock Land ;
and will not produce dle-L ack. tha{ operations will begin s'l"n. name man I ,
(Ponce tie.L n commemorating the I Timber Lands. Land all Price and Term.
t j Major: I. H. Radford, of Toronto,, on Easy
four hundredth The menin
been spending some time anniversary. -----
'anada, has
Your Truck Garden Cropsneed charge of the Celebration are very I
in Davenport with his friend has Mr.made C. I !active i in completing details for the I 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will'eichange: half value .

fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. A. Parrish. Major investments Radford in this sac I March/31. Amos W. Corbett chairman I for other real estate .:- -:- -: _:- J :;

formulas are made to give big results quickly. some heavy /f the executive committee, has I'
Our special crop tint which he expects to develop.The 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for half value 3t
attractions, including II'
r'WRITE FOR BOOKLET Davenport Hardware' Co. recently secuyx-d t e Kentucky many Military Academy Cadets I' for other. real estate, balance easy payments -:- J.
received a car load of wire .A
from Military Park, near Eau
J, M. LEE, Agent- fencing which was delivered direct to Gallie. The use of the" fort reserva- I KISSIMME! FLORIDA : ' -1 1

purchasers from the car. So great'is' tion has been secured'and a committee I I >
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER: the demand( for 'fencing has been appointed\ to erect the grand: 'p ", ,i/j.1',,1>: (

FL.ORIOA com an) can hardly supply it: I I stand. The voting contest is_ now .
Dr. C. C. Beebe, of Racine, Wis., Ponce de "
on for men to impersonate I
acrmpanied "by Mrs. Ueebe, are now i iI Leon and Menendez. For the former I ;

visiting{ with their friends, the Main-i Amos W. Corbett i is in the lead, and
I Boulevard. Dr. and DOZIER LEITNEB'S' INSOMUCH 'f
landon South S
i HIM Ed. de Medicis ]leads in the race to $ JlGENOY-

Mrs.: Heelit-. have largVinterests) in personate Menendez.A (
and around, Davenport and are loyal '
( The Oldest and I AT gent Insurance Agency In Oaceola County 1'gq
-- --- enthusiastic. friends of sec-
and Jjhis rcHONG
Beebe is dentist of national -
tion. Dr. a - Ilal oi(

reputation and it is his intentionto "Shep," a dog belonging to a board- !

Good Fertilizer develop] one of the finest places in ing hose in Tacoma, Washington, was '-- -- --- - - - -- -----

Florida with a view to spending his awakened by the explosion of a lamp j 'C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.

winters here. and, although he should have run '.

There are many kinds of fertili;er. .Hon. J. E. Bush, president of the away with his tail between his legs, .
I Chicago Varnish Co., is spending his I he went up stairs, barked from one The Waters & Carson r

Each salesman says his is the best. annual vacation at ]Davenport. Mr. door to the other, aroused the sleep- .(.,

With a good line of talk he may convince the buyer but he cannot Bush has large property interests in : ing inmates, who succeeded in saving .

convince the unless real merit is back of his words. this section. i themselves, and then himself perished Grocery Company :
crops Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Briner and I miserably and incontinently in the ,

The say'IDEAL FERTILIZER is Best for the banner crops daughter, of Titusville, Pa., who havea flames.

crops throughout the state are made with IDEAL BRANDS.: grove and winter home near Davenport their- What a singular way for a' dog to Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ;

and are at present making act, especially as he apparently, so

The believe it for they buy twice as much IDEAL FERTILIZER headquarters here, have gone to St. far as we can learn from his past, had '-
growers Petersburg for a few days. Mr. no actual knowledge of the value of GROCERIES ;

I as any other brand. Briner is a large oil well. owner and human life. He conducted no labor- :

I Follow the Crowd. (operator in the North. atory experiments upon human beings '.

Rev. A. C. Koser, Topeka,, Kans., .
FERTILIZER CO. nor upon any of his own species, 4 \>
i WILSON & TOOMER I spent a few weeks in Davenport this in order to perpetuate the race of 00000000040000000 000000000000000000 t
Manufacturers f wint..r.and after returning to his 4 0 0 0 \
lie had' no lec-
dogs or men given
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enthusiastically \
IDEAL FERTILIZERS' Kansas home writes most tures, nor had taken fees for work HAY, C 1 '.

JACKSONVILLE] FLA. to friends in Davenport of done in connection with the saving 0 0 HIDES, 0 +
his stay and how thoroughly he was of humanity. He occupied no impor- I .> GRAIN, 0 0

Local Agent, Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I captivated by the wonderful possibilities -(tant scientific post of honor. ]He had *. "> FURS, > )
n ( <: FERTILIZERS, > ;
I offered here. '
engaged in research and in
no labor, > < 0 WOOL, O I'oC "
I Mr. and Mrs. William Shafer, of l fact he had no knowledge whatever I SHINGLES, < > 0 ,_ A ,

I Pennsylvania) have been spending I of the scientific necessity of sacrificing 0C .,
some lives to save' others. ..
l I 0 ,0
And yet, in spite of this, he seemed ORANGE WRAPS.:0 4 ALL 0 ?' "
HI I I I I II I I I I GET YOUR MONEY BACK to have the true scientific spirit I II -> 0 I

C. A. CARSON J. A. CnANFORD.VkePr. S. L, LUPFER. I and, although but a dog, he was VEGETABLE CRATES, 0 > COUNTRY .' C :
...lilfnt. Secretary I I
President I willing to sacrifice himself for others. 0 ; .
This shows the of in- 00 I y
IT TO YOU. stinct. -? + ) + . .. ... ..... '
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. "Shep" ought to be awarded a 0 Ynd'

tf your blood becomes Impure your bel prize.-Life. .
circulation Is usually Impaired and NO-I We sell' field and garden seeds of all kinds ,
;you very often suffer from that. dreadful < Her Came In. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parU_. ft ,
rheumatism which prevents you Ship
Free in limits.
delivery city Phone No. 12. I
o Rough and Dressed a from You going have about pains your In your dally back task. and The mother, a widow with six chil- We are county agents for good (ertilizer.. Ask us for circulars andprices . .... >

limbs, and your joints become swollen dren, had more energy than money. on fertilizers.
and fingers are stiff you cannot possibly Little Dot asked frequently for things} ',J. i.A ..'
but dne bottle :Jf)'
enjoy anything
PINE LUMBERHOUSE of Taylor's Best Blood Medicine will which her mother could not give. ,A; 1

surely help you. "Just wait till my ship comes in," ....
Come to our store to-day and get she would say assuringly.One .::'I'.; '
a bottle and If It does not help you DANCING .
take the bottle back and get your day the mother gave Dot a '

money. nickel. It was an unheard of happen- '

j Your own druggist recommend. and "lias your ship come in?" the little HALT.
guarantees Taylor's Best Blood Medicines ) asked ( ,- : 'k
lllllllillllill n in 1111111111 MI i n inn i n ask,him bout!) It. air eageily.-Ex. IIIIuSIulSIIIIuIuuIuIuIluI4-l-IIIISSIIIIIIIISSSISIIIIP. 4", ? ./

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i n 111111111 in n 11111111 which precautions against "Were: In ,JonesvilU or.',Hillsdale, IMng bore 'NO'rICID. or 0..1.ATTA.CHIJIENi. <'....,.. ...jero.dlI. DR. physician and
MARKET,, FOR c...., c..rt.
I- 'FRUIT".IS taken. for many years., Mr. Friable was for B. 11..11; .,... 0_. Mcic.and; lle.To to. SurgeonPhones

NUWAY pnfSSINGCLUB ; merly in the business at Owen )fcCabe DetAndant. Above
newspaper 1 ntt.'re.ted In the Klaslmmee i
> j
All enon. 197
BRIGHTER NOW Joneaville.\ He served during* the war )fntllpC..u.e! \ or Af\Y\ ot the Florida
Jacksonville\ FI'-The:l Florida d".crlbeft 248
SHOPNEfTAILORING Horoloaersltuato. Res.
andJAIlOR and earned the rank of captain. Afterthe tak" notlct) that on tho HhuRY
wlU .
railroad commissioners '
are receiving In.BUtut..d
=== war he returned to Hillsdnle, and or }o'cbruary; UJlautt; In

many complaints against the Southern a few years later was .elected county agaJnRt you.of o..n OocI1ol"MCCRhO.County. M. RIVERS, M.' D.
DEMAND IS Express Co. for its .failure to the county Court IL U.lIouekiand rp
'AND REPAIRING PICKING UPJJUYINC ? clerk, serving for eight years. For 1'Irlda. In. attachment of by attachmt1ntdatl'd '

OP ALL KINDS move perishables offered for transpor three years he was in Brazil as U. S, ,. ,'bt'Uary tllnt 2nd.a wr't]'918, 'ova I.Rued.IIY PHYSICIAN and, SURGEON

,, tation. The shipments arc 'principally tI... Clerk or Ih.' COUllCnurt.. und..r Olllce over/ Osocola Pharmacy
consul and after that went; to Rhelma 1.'druan'2nd. I
, FROM for interstate.points and the ....1 01 a"'d" Court, on vl..tue oCudd ) Residence 53
Work Called For and Delivered CENTERS' THAT commissioners and by
France, ,as consul, remaining for seven I J3. ntH. under I ha\'" ..,\'Ied Piroxus:, : } onee! U8'LN'
PHONE 61 HAVE BEEN SLOW AND THERE .upon behalf of the growers years. Dr. Eugene Frisbie thus wr't' of attaehmt'nt In tho follo..11l1( do"t'rlb -
and shippers have taken the u,>un )'our oqulty of 11lIId.
FRANK DUKEr Proprietor j '.SEEMS A MUCH BETTERTONE-- matter spept his boyhood days in France, and d Iota. tr'lete or 1"'c'I. " "
l \\ ... .
lho 1 -
to Tnterjlale Commcrcq comniH- yl 7Vlod --- --- -
I' ; trtwlfof "V--
THAN HAS later decided to locate there. < : ;ola and *> ;
11111111 M 11111 M 1111 n BEEN THE RULE ion, and have forwarded the following . 1.0111 mc I lIud in 1lr0.., II. b"l' Will.' l'JiYSICIANOffice

--.._ __n .... _______ __ --.-- telegram: Capt. FrUble's bereavement will "uhdh'lslon or cl'rlaln 1,1,11. or I"nlll
#' ; call forth deep regret from his many .\. McCool11'/ .. 19>.2.Tnw""hlt...11'- all (1''cI. 21i. IS.Hlu'I 1 2nd flo'or Willson Building.Rllll.KN .

-FLORIDA CITRUS "Interstate Commeice Commission, "" ,'110"" 12. 13. 22. ...tloll I .
SHIPMENTS.Cars .. friends in K'8f I."I<:
Kissimmc-e. He and hh : ,1 "",' "" .. I'I"ONh I
{" 29. I' " ,.. S.It'HIHi" . ,
shipped last week __ ___ fi)8! Washington, I n. C.,-Following] wire wife had been frequent visitors to Rl1l1 M rt of.we!'I.HI IS., 'row/lI.hll..!-nullt'/! |.'lot- OM'ICh ,I'lOM. '' F..oROA

; C.W.GRIFFINStaple Cars shipped week before last.. 615! 'lieceived last night from McIntosh, thin place and they Owned a home 10)... '"....30..n..tlllI I;: '"to 0.,1"UII urnrlnl "Inl,' "r14n "fh. T. L1UHTSEV
I j Da, a point Yin the Atlantic Coast IIh.d I" tlu: orUe J R. DI.W1TT
Total ,
cars shipped to last Id I )
here. He most enthusiastic and .r "
was COllrl
I : 'ail road. I ( '....k of lilt; CI uII .
and FancyGROCERIES 5utuiduy n_ __ _ 17.0HS 11 : optimistic over conditions in this .section (',,""ty nn III.. "h tin" nr .'UII'II.I ...II OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANKcsMcmi'
; I | 'Tiain 40 took no express today J.It'!. '. "'1<1 ,... ",'d, tI \\11 1'1..1 11001.

Left 400 ,, and he did a wonderful amount 1'" ".. 41 ,. ,It.. PJion74(
ovei ciatcs platform. ,
on ,' qlll,1
JutkKoiullle, riu.,-The piexentcitius 'or (food in anting articles for his ) ". .11'' .. .Ih.." r", "" 'h, ,, I.I I. ( Wlltf! rilOIIU '!'I:1 'SKiHitns
11 These shipments aie principally H .J | tJ I" I* I UI (I'll""
fruit outlook IK excellent The ; home papers and otherwise udvertis- <1,1 'In .\.U1| 1"! ":!. tho MThl IIJ' : :( ami 1
.1.-.1.falllt I
fruit leltuec and other perishable produtst.tilH'd -II .in "r1'1'1". > ni!' :I'. ' ' 'N' I.r.::I KHKimimHA.: .
.. now being shipped even in \ entiluted inK the advantages to be found hero. Ill \ ';" '" ,,"' | SI tal
t 1-l.f JIIII"'''
,/ to maikcls outside of state 1 III .
: ; turn IH (uirymg{ in good shape, Mrs. Prisbie ] character III".1 ..u.
I : I' was a lovely . ,"II. 4'' "
g Free Delivery to all Parts and when shipped in lefrigeiator/ I'ailuie to give'the service attention at of that the point : and her death is. sincerely mourned!. lift\I\ 'II*'f",I;..., .111"'"U,i"I 1'I'"OKI. ,I,"">",'|!.?\:, j \ic. n. i n.> \\ II.MMAMMI.KINAKIAN:: :] ;(:

cars is unmng ut destination with was genet I I II :>:( | \ ] { .
of.'Uie; City: little ,al manager of the Southern Express 1 7..|| si,, illl ,.,':" ""J'' I'I' '' ;
very ileiay The demand i is'good _ _
and shippem report the future ('ei. I bj, this commission last week. We DAMON AND PYTHIAS !, Mil. II-t I: 01' \ I .I. tl "ll: J.I' sl.<.. K Till;All.:I) Hill <

bright/ for a better market and atI are ilii\'ised that it is almost a daily I .. ( miiKj I .n......
ln| II. II lliiixU .. \\m. n.., ..- r
that the 'r.
cic'cunenee express > I I..a\ I lint"' 2 .
I good pine"/ ". Chase V Co they company 1 Olll"NtJt). F :A. ,;
1111111111111 itt n ii Mt fails all the I A STORY OP FIDELITY '1'11.\1' T) \\ in M 10-! i I I'', f. inlniil, .u,.1 ,l". MlI Sunlit 1 h'inpjll. :_
I are receiving 'milny otdets fioni, marI 16 eaiiy express fiom, I I ", IKus Inl' i i xti il 'n I Ih' .M,"i l.nI : ,
I that and nthet' points in that vicinity. MILL AlAVAIS II1KII.I. TilE !I t II I;, il .'.ins. in t\, i f:\ l II h. J..11,,1 :
ktts wind ha\e been slow for weeks 11,1."n..rt.,1.. i I ., il JV.. MMl'fiO.NDKNTlSl

J. G. HOWARD and all| shn\\ an umisuui activity 1'leasegive this matter such Mgorou"bandljiig \\OHI.I \ ,iu w III. I,il. n.>.li. tin. "n 11.I 411,

us will bieak up this prac- ,il t.11 <.r I Ui n'11 1'I'.I I l*> si,11 u 'i1Hlilnl i"' : :
/ The exchange; is much pleased] 1 with ( Ocala Banner) \ \I. .
i ,1 II i iinsl' v 1,11 \ t" \ i nI "
Paper Hanger and Painter ', the outlook and Manager W C Temple tite. If neies-sary this (commission The story of Damon and Pythias, < :onnt \ < 'IMII//1 t i>[ i ." .1.i "Mill" I' |mtai. stanels, irtich' te> piefel" formal charges I I. l"i" III' .i In nit.i. Inn, ul I l 10\ II I H II.."u" I I.
su>'s : "The market is jumping. whether founded on fact or fiction mill,, tli":il i "i It >i Inn it ilil. ,. .I ,.'l.'u'I. lloi us" :- | \] ". 'III,r/J' I :! 'III
-- -- -- -- --- :: 1-1':: ,, p"
against/ thl? Southern Express Co for "\: .ml '' i .Nil.I \\i\ "IIIK \ '.!(> ,III :: ,"

Work Guaranteed It stalled in last_ week at $1.75! petbox faikuK to elo its duty as a common I will always thrill the woild because <' 'i I U ;of .111." I'ojiut i i,nit,. -11'nl,. i s. ilof 'IViei.lii.iiiNo;: T,> Jun r> *

-, f. o b., and' iea<'hed $:J on Wed- .' of the unshaken faith Pythias reposed Kill.) < "lilt, 1.11 I 1',1., I II' 'I:,1.. I I''In ---- -- --
e'a 111 e r. .. tit, } u i,,|. > "HI,I I I.i \iitn ..r v i MI, i
U thinking of baying any done, nesdaand- $:J5! : on !Fr'day and this in his friend Damon vyhich was only lOr .,ill/ .i 1 10"., i'"t I I h, n I. M, ,I i. .'..., "' I I ) I K:. \\ \\ ( ',NKllN:
week : excelled by tho woithmess of Damon lllllt' III, III f 1'.11.\\ II,u .I' , I "1 1..1. I 1.-.1
: will jnobably >ea('h the :!o.f: >() ;;. : 2 .
through the P. 0. ,. I _
please notify me ti '"i | in I U i.I I I 1..1 'In d.
MRS. PRISBIE DIES AT to the faithfulness and i ;:.1. .. IIEVII'I111Ii | : |
I mark I !licliL'M' that ,prut's will, ,1011tinui fidelity 1'l'pOSI'd mil. I ::t "I "th' :-"'ml "l .t. ;
milin '< I I l i I i t \i il
J. G. HOWARD to :" liighi-r and probablv.. will in him .by his ft lend, P.vthias. '. ..., ., .
/ I l.l-' I. n I::1.I ;i" I i i isnl )| ,'.' ,11 ,.1' 1',1., s .li vii'lr.stor. ,
<_' 41 pil sit leiotds" HILLSDALE MICH. The stotv will beai iipeating/ : ..In .IHI'"n ..I I i l in Li,.,I \\ \
soon" .tonl<' n"w ... .011. .. lllli,, 11..ins v l _'>. ] ",
I Mi < ,1 sj l. \I il "i 1 1I1 I i /"
I I Ml'l' I I M t M I II ( Sihladi-l. of II. ( '. 'Mill) uleiiX "Damon was"? sentenced I to hu\',' his ; :;::l::s 1 1., 1 .: . I 'I',,," 'I'.' I 1111 It.i. | ,|h"IIl' 1 '.s

'i'head exptessid a ijcsnito'in i ::
di. .. .
sanl : ( ittus fiuit, .liming' .ii .J'I" 'u t I I i, I I Is
+ + + + \\ In L: OF! hISSJItEE'Isrnm: : Ins f i lend' I' to go to his I I ... "", 'I I' "._. :. l .a- .,HlinMii-1, ',' r,.il 'Im i. ,I ""'In. ,.f 1. Hi
in dilli, ', "It, ki-ls now in |"n 1'I".tll'allrU . .
I 1'1.,1. ) II l ,11 ,1 i i iI
: --- -
.\M: IMMU'CltnNLK: ( : wife and childivn foi a last faicwill. ,. ,.. '. . -
; (,,",,J iiiiuiilion' iml nun' Kit is I I I v i ii] "1.- ,n l I .1 I i i '
ri I'jthiaso1untecied to take bis pi ..t Hi. 'I.I i I ..I ,II I... . I IIT .. i ; i:
\\ y" uiJiitil
r \ ES .\ .\ I 1)1,1..1'.1.\1:1.1-1)
; ; QRAYSTONEJOPEN i -11 .idiK: a.I\ul" II/,g \\ i' ti.i \'i' solij .." ,"
1 be, 'etunuMl"Tin I. : .. .
Ibis w"'k l.lls .it $_. rO p"'I liIX f. O. who I.I 'I.. |t', : : ;II, HI ;:M; Isllll : '
Ii I"adll'lall"11' .nifl "f\ifct[ a futIhii king, happened; \ \" to IIa" "I I'll .II. III,. I I .II., " ." I *. II I IA I lie usi | nl,' A I'II MtM. Ns
Ib fiillnwing fioni the1 IlillsiialeMiih. .
I Ul THE Ulft :if:: | t\ \\ 1''lili"II'd, t foi pi i mssi| [) 1 ", .II I ,. til. h.11,1) I. < I "I III '
.idv.iiii i..I'. Th.I .
+ in pi iiitanK > D.iil.of :Maieb r.. l III! n: will be Tie* was stiuik witli sufh, fint. . ' \.111| I] 1 1"1 I : II.. ,..I.". I > II,',,'" JI"1 ,IHI ,In ]:! llll \,,,"1,1I ,
2.50 .5.60! ( all to the gfioil .it the .1 e \ .iii'pb' ,1 I .ll., \ |''I'' I I 1"1 1 "..I /II I It ,. '
to per eliiy 1'-- I llll ,In ,, llll I' MAlls
::: with, Kissimim ; .. .
intiiesl in ,
.. gll'at of e'on* l adc's)'in'. .11 IIi tri.mtcf] ll.( II t ] "1 "I I"I \I"1 1
Special by wi ,ek or month. i lit, 1111.t ., '' ,' ,,"
:j: : : i ''i nest) ill' ilnjlitf, ', 1. howe\i I .
: was i \\ "t I I OJ ojd. .. ,. .
A'' ll ir A w i.k/J
H. W. THURMM Prop R. D. PORTER, Mgt ::: Hn i la 11 i.i v', ti i'i .u\\1.-i: ),.\ sS ID r fit ;Ms| < 'bailotti( 1 nsl.n-, wife of of tbe ge,nuiiieni'ss of sui.h a ... 1,1 .. I I I' I I \ 1 1I . ,

1.,1" .1.-. totne I I I I. /II I N . I \M .\\s: \1.\1'\\( : | .\.. 1 1\\\1: 1 OKI)
t+++++++++++++++++++++++++ i 11 n SIMM- giuweislull ; ( aptam .Inhii/ K. 1 F"IoI") | ; jostle of he went iiuogntto tn Pythlaafl- - .M Mi' I"I::1"1 . ,J. .. " I u. I II \
pr",._,., : "d".I1I"'"s .u'<. lI.a| tlijiuit I _
'.I tile} pi.tit', elu/ 'd this motning about 1"1' )II.IIIKIII had luen .will on his \\ay M. I 1/I I. 0"I II III' 1 IIII :\ '1'1'i 'HIM: : I. :-s :vi -LA\ \\

is MIIVV' HI oinlil/ ion to wit h'I"I/d/ 7:0:::(I at tin, home, I 15:; It'lIdina'uu": / i borne and ejIfi-Kil) to help him, to <-s- < 01111,1 I ,iMirt. ONI.r.,lit mini* ..1 'l.r. -

lu) attaik nl tlii fungi, whuli waspaituulailj ,,|,.. II. HiMi.k i l \. M,,...r.. (lltl'! ISKissitntni I .' t t ,.."- I tn,i,h, 11.1, 1 ".:
' V fioni aIhmll.'Ith which she had suf- | tape"Pythias' T.I i \ ;, \I I'" ,,,I., ,, .. I. 01, "
w. L. m N DUZOH bad, while fruit ua-,. fCMe'el foi' u long/ time, and had beenseiiouslj it-fused tei be tempted lie I I'. I S:"IS I I.t I M.: ,1 II' 1 1/I, \l lI .." I.,. '" Florida
I I'Ip.ninJt. I It..I. 'HIS, I \ I III, t 1//I IIII ,. I. ..., -- -- -- -- -
11fUI'\ two week". >Vhilihei I' had made a l'ompuctil his ft'lend 1 ,III.III I I >>, s' I"H',. ,1HJ

Experts declare that one of the best !' near fuenels knew of her illness, and he refuseel to bleak the agtecment ntll\ tik I niiln' thit, "M It... IIIila 10.i ]II.] D ( .1:11)0:1\: ;) : .

methods to stem end tot \ uf I I i n 1 :.11 ; ,
prevent is "i
jet her death came as a shock to the Then the king tried ill e\crv .II,,::, .i\ ,,II, :l i"I"" I II,

to clear the groves\ path, day of the (community, in which she had lived for way possible to test his friendship, 'th! ,I'uunti < mitt, nf *"isi ,1 I,,'. ; : uintvI A'I'lolE.AT.LAW:
fruit that drops from the. trees as I ... in nl 1.l ii ,Inn., nl I I.i II IM.MI.. ,U ,
Real EstateKISSIMMEE so many years wondering the while at s-uch a display hit 11 writ of 1111.1 t this eliminates, in large measure, the I 1..1.1'11"1'\ :'n' I I I'll 'I H is IKMI. ,1 I hi ti,.
be held of devotion. .
Funeral services will Sun-
l'l,. rl of 111, i'"uiiti i milt 1111,1,1" R,..,1 I ).; lOS''111 n,,',-. Florida
of Scientific farmers .:
growth fungi elay afternoon at 2 o'clock at the "Finally the day of execution arrived "f Hlllll, Clllll.. t III"! I 1'.1.I I ,u.II I 'I ll 1.1.1 - -- --- - ---
attention "".1 uuil" .mil t h '" wilt,
and growers are giving more house, Hev W. F. Jerome officiating Damon had not yet returnee! iif ""1I1, I III'a'1 1 \ IHIIoult I ( J LO F. PARkLR.

to the subject of fungus growths Arrangements for interment will not The hour of execution had come, but < )' in. til.. flil\.|: llll,: .l.HMIh'.l: 1 1..1.. .""
FLORIDAS.H.BILLOCK than and the trails oi 1"." :., | l.inil, situ it.UlllL Atlorn '-'at-i.a\\I '
ever before groves; be made until word is received from Damon failed to put in an appearance. IIIKl, 1..ln"I In 'lI.r", Olllltl I.f I IS, . ,! ) \
which escaped the stern. end rot nil ".1 SI.111, of I 1-1 1,11. 1,1.l. Inn. |" ,1
'ome of the relatives. The king went for a last time to J.Ills' 7 IIIKl\ X III I.I", k 12 ll, 'Illu .I s,,10. Collcrlions and) Con\c> ancmgSpCCIlltlC1 !!:

blight this season are the ones in Sur\i\ing are the husband, an only I*> thias anil off 'red! to help him to division' lor i :Main, ;' hinil: ol' U .in \ : .
Ml I'l.ol, Si, I ,11 ,II, .ill! "tl .I, Ih, sII.IIIS ,
----- --- --------- Dr Eugene Frisbie of Nice I but Pythias spurned the offer .' ,.
son, escape, U I I" .1 I "u | ,II. .1 sKan I II I Bro.lth\d
*,, J'.. I I.. II'I'I fri< I.' '.." H, t ..'i. Miin.I ) .
The !
and Mrs. him for such .
France, an only daughter, king upbraided ,
Louis Darring | ''iil .1' s tioif is l unt.hii' b" s -- -
J D. B Kinyon of South Howell street friendship to one so ungiateful/ but Itlllk'' :t" I Jo: 111 < IMI ol.I ; ,". I 11.-I -
'I'l i. .11 .ml inu' I an'' ,fh, .ill iin" ..r 1 F. KKIHIJ; : / *
2013 !Morriit! Ave., Birmingham Ala. There are also an only granddaughter P> thias firmly expiessed. faith in his ..1101] Kill",11\] 'IHlolt' ;III. :",I 'III t II... ../Ml,. ..I Illu (j

Branch Darring/ Bros. & Co and only grandson, Mrs. Frank ft lend, Damon "I"I k ,,l t In In tilt'' l "in" ..r s 11,I II '
"llNM: ; AT l.AV\
.. REAL ESTATE I oiinli' in tli,, .lih I | i ,.f .\uius-t Kis.slMMIF.J ; H.ALxaminutiun .
New Orleans, La. Charles Frisbie of Nice, France. Mrs. The moment of the execution had 1'lu!' IIIK! 1'.1.. I 111 j I :,1.11 | 'look 1 onpax.

iVsURANCEExamination Frisbie left; no brothers or sisters." arrived, and still Damon had failed to 1 < l I. I Ilou of Titles a Spe-cialy
Want FLORIDA uro llicrcfnrcs rc.iulrud t i an
LETTUCE CELERY Kotification'
Mrs. Frisbie would have \>een 75 r turn. Pythias was led to the execution pour to thn Haiti aillon on tho ,inhfil.n. and payment of taxes of '
Strawberries and Vegetables In April. J9ia, HID anm IXIIIRtin!, 7thiliiy non-remdenls gi\en careful
years of age in Aril.\ She was married blpck. The executioner was of Apill. 19 18, anil Umt |In dofaull. attention.

of Titles a If prices right, will buy carlots. to Mr. Frisbie at Jonesvillj on just about to, drop his raised axe on tlxrcof. JiMlfffiu-nt'. W., h... Cnteieil -
uiralniit '
Ref. 1st Natl. Bk. Birmingham Ala. > otiWltniss
Bk. October 17, 1856, and since that date the faithful neck of Pythias when the mImiKl City & Trust Co., New Orleans La.1213p. d.lY of 1..h..i..I'\\. 1.1 ;
Specialty. I they ha\e generally made their: home sound of horse's hoofs was heatd in II 'IXi.l'I( MlI : 1 pAT JOHNSTON

the distance. It was I Damon' A few 7-_'it" 1'1.,11'| .hi. ":1,1 ."'"|.1'i I II"I "i ""I.I i AnORMVI: .LAW

moments latet" he staggeitd onto these I 10. II Cili/ins Hank
Corresoondence Solicited. \ > Hlllll \ \ M | Uuildmg
"ne anil took hi* plate at the execution ,
t; I ........11".. ..... I"" .'.:; ..I 'h.. ,...... ...1 Kissimmce '|'|orjaI ,

block ..r.II"..... ... ", II,,' '' ...r ...1"' ....... -

T Money-Making Orange Trees "I he king who had witnessid thl..1| ...,,,11,,,, ... II... '....11".. ..,. .."I.. ... I -.. "I, I ' MAI-sl. % -- ---

r J. \\' 'rhcupso] } } displaj of the,comiaic"ship. paidonc'd Du- .I't...r I ,.1 i I .I' i I I I I. /tl. .|11.. ,',,'|',|,''..' ': I I 1',01.'I I..HI..I I. t.II,"irs ll ,I|.r.".."i" 1 *"UT''W''K'OW J rinitnal"la,, f I 'tl ourtVAKI ,,,'

It's the vigorous, healthy trees that are your mon e>n spot , ,'IK " i""" ASSEY A\ \ ,
\ I ( )\\
>>) FUNERAL DIRECTOR They set the most fruit and hold it best. A good -- -- - -- ... .." I ..." ., -. I...., ... ..

{, application of proper plant food in Spring will help make A STH KMt ... ,.. .. .,. .. ." ,,' -'' ..' K AlUMIM Is AM I' Cot NM-I"l.oH

DaMBALMER ALL your trees grow vigorous and healthy. Use The New Yolk Tribune tells of this """. I.. ".. .. . . .., .. AT I.AH'
. ; : euestion] and answer"Muriel : ',,11\\. h .'"...,,, ,. ," .. 11". """" ,,r 11... -lair

Opposite Courthouae AKMOUK! BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH ," said the old gentle'man, ". "..." : , ,\" 1 , .I 11,1, I" 11.. ..11",1 "''''' ". ..I... ,. ,,,,,. ,h. '''rlol.and!tall-01
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joung you ..
KISSIMMEE. 1"IJ() 1 DAI ARMOUR ORIGINAL NUMBER 1 "" .1 .|S.,|| ,,' I, ," "| ,., ,,' "" '1'1.. I I I i '"''
the parlor last night/ is dull of compiebensioii ..""" -f I I" ll-hl.l |'l "i.l| ,, ,, ,.. , ..; " '... "?,. ,,
I ARMOUR ORANGE FRUITER All I bad to do was cough 11''" ". "I v -01", ,llf, I I ",.,|' i ANn M.AI .
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wh"n the other chaps ,temainod toe : : n i" -- -
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r tested These brands have ammonia that produces vigorous late and they would take the hint anddepait s.1! : : ' "," '" in, '.,,,x". II.' n"'':" .,''',... .I .. \ l'Jlln\\: .1//fJ//-SO\// :; !

: and Proved Good growth, balanced with phosporic acid and potash te> harden Did this one say anything .,", ,II.., .," .,\. ..- I.,,i '. .1, ..It-"q.',,i. >11,,.'
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when I coughed last ? I.'I' '' ,1 I 'n," ,, II", . '. \ AM) ,
night' "?
this growth and keep it healthy We have ten other / ttl"I., ... II,. . .. .. SSM !"fill|( AI LAW
Freshness as well as'high'Krade; quality. brands prepared especially for citrus trees--each a proved "Yep," teplied the beautiful elaughter u.I. 1 h. ,,"' 1.1", 11..1 I. ,"" II.) w 'lll'rIl'J: I (',. '" all ( .niris...
"he said the next time he called Ih. I.. ... 1.\\ I h-: 1.1: : ,,. ,... .
Call for what you want in the result-getter Our booklet describing: them is free. ? ? ? Mill liinl I I'd"ral, |
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GROCERY LINE Talk with he was going to bung jou "some cough '. .:, i "1,1, ', i (11.1; ;,'. adJ'"II/,!,,,
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C Gazette's' Directory of Produce and Commission Houses )) \ii| II. I'll! :I II ,\1, , :;, BROKER
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ORANGES Potatoes Onions \\'. l II l\I..C'I'lIalld. of \\hlltlii r. I FI..r- ..; ",''" HOI' G. THOM"SON. .
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DIBBLE & SON APPLES and all other Fruit and Vegetables wanted in carlots. We 1-4 1IKNICV S C'III'BB -- 'lllSt.ll]'',",''"
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have the outlet and facilities to handle your shipments promptly and ,. 1': It i,H \ I',,%
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satisfactorily. Write or \Ain- Fruit and Truck Land "fll". H ,,,ill,,,. si ,ill. ,,.""I I
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Sprigg FlemingCLEANING C. H. JAMES Charleston W. Va. Wo have five and ten-acre tracts in ', LOUIS A. SEARSON
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Liberty Park, the most desirabln ,, ? ., \ DI 111I
Ref: The Packer, Bradstreets and Kanawha National Bank. 6-13t suburban I'la who. 01, :v'i' .. "I.' r. F'I.II PUBLIC
property on the market, which mad H,",,, *," ",,H, l ''' '" I. ACCOUNTANT
i.'ifi'ix.! f,,, :st; ,, r 1.11'1,1.' in'N"1 : ,
Wft are offering for your consideration "" ', :-'. 1',," I AUDITOR
PRESSING SOLICIT TOUR 24 .s l II., It.i ", I.1'oWII.hlv .
FRUITS VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE at prices that are attractive. We TalUliiiHH.i M I. ,n'l 1 ',", ,?,. lu.. 1I1.t 2, I';""" ..
of Int. n...". .
"d SHIPMERTS OF ntli.n I I" 'al, ,... Commercial
DYEING will be pleased to show these tracts to I'ri.of. i,, .'Blahllsh I ''"'IIIUlallln and Municipal
purchasers at tthoi < ..' ..., 1..1... ,,., Ih.. 1.1 Accounting
J. W. WRIGHT & CO. e-mPd Memphis Tenn.WE prospective any time. th" fin.ult I h. c'I"I. -- --
REPAIRINGLea" l-ourl .r
Do not fail to see this property before Ida on tin 26lh nt KI".hum..... 1"10- Incorpiraled Accountant

purchasing, as it has the advantages "Ialmalll IIam,.day. a,or lIIaO'),. !' : International of the

word ft toy house and clothes DO YOU WANT QUICK RETURNS? of being.close in and on the very best I.ionurd J MuiiKr. "Iln..H.. } Accountants

will be orlMd lor and returned. OlVe us... your next hlpment of Florida Fruit and Vegetables and yon paved road in the county, convenient t r. .FI..rlda(l'..n".r., John Flor"'a.' A lipi/,!/?!?**fr C''n"iS 0.- Society, Detroit.

will be pleased with the result. Satisfaction la our "Motto" I to the city, school and churches. }Five C"Il'"r. J 11,,"..
I acre tracts $250 and $300. ,'. or "''' "1('' ...."".nS10BtpU : A. O. 101 311
Satisfaction Guaranteed 205 Dock St, WM. RODE Philadelphia Pa.I 1I II. O

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t .,. n 0.. 'R :DAVENPORT. -'-'_. :. oao'-0oaoa To the West To the West .and Northwest :

ooaoo oe40a
i AND'

VIA ... '
Davenport to Hare Light &; Ice Plant I / I. '

your; Crop Messrs. G.* 'Klink, Hon Adam NorthwestVIA ,DIXIE LIMITED---DIXIE FLYER , :. .:'f t 1

.I Schoeberlein, and\ Col.", I,.. I.. Gold AND :

smith, of Aurora, Ill., and Zion J. E. I ::1

with H Bowen and Mr. C. C. Farmer, of SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED ;;. 1 1

Davenport, Fla., have. associated SEMINOLE LIMITED I _ > : ---: ; .,.
themselves together for the purpose' 8:60 pm- -Lv. -Tampa ::...., 10J5: amUv. 'rlO'l5:: am :----------.:: .. A. ;: I ,
10:211 pm11:6 ; Lakeland __._ Jl:38: am jllS8: am !......:-_____.__[. A.. C. 1. .
of building an electric light and Ice Lv Tampa Fla A.C.L 10 26 a m : pm- L.vr Klsslmmee. ..,.1:01: pm t- 1:01: pm .______._____-----A- C. 1. 11'i !r
"BRADLEVS"'HE plant at Davenport. The plans for Lv Kl|> lmmee Fla., 1 00 p m 1261 am1:83 -Lv. Orlando _....* 1:86: pm I 1:85: pm .....-__.--..-.-:- A. c. 1. ;F
Lv Orlando Fla.,, 1 88 p mArc : am- -Lv. Sanford ___._,. 2:40: pm 2:40: pm .....__._:___..:_._ c. 1. , ',;
doing this are rapidly on'the way and Jacksonville Fla. 640pm 6:45 em- -Ar. Jacksonville -_? 6:40 pm I 6:40: pm .....____-----.-_- A... c. '1. ':l't '
it'is expected that .the deal will be Lv Jacksonville, Fla. 9 00 p m I J hde .

... consummated in .the very near future. Lv Lv WaycrOM Tlfton. (Oa, Oa. "" 11 1 16 lOp pm m Mmltcd _ __ __Dixie Flyer t!i South Limited.Atlantic -' -, ...- ..a.__" ._..., :. .ff..
Arr Albany da., 2 40 a m tI:85: am Lv. Jack'nvllle A.C.L.8:26pm11:40am 8lBpm: Lv, Jack.onvllleA.. O. L. "
This plant will be operated by water : Ar Waycross A.C.L. 10:2Bpm I 10:20pm: Lv ._..__ "-r i
how and whento Arr Amerlcus, Oa., C. of a. 3 66 a m Waycross A. C. L. i
power by building .a dam on Horse Arr Columbus, Ga., 6 II a m B:18pm Ar Macon 0 S & I"Isll1am: ,I Ar Macon j.____...0. S. & 1//. .. :' "'t'f't
Arr Upcllka. Ala.., 7 80 a mArc 8:03pm Ar Atlanta C. of da. 7:26am12:18am I 6:47pm: Ar Atlanta ___.....C. Of Ga. "
use fertilizers areA Creek just one mile north of Daven- HlrmliiKham, Ala. 12 06 p nt : Ar Ch'tan'ffa W.&A.' lUCfam 12:19pn:: Ar Knoxville _,____.._L, A N. ," : ""
port, where they have unlimited water Arc: Jackson, Tenn. I. C. 7 46 p m 4:60am: Ar Nashville N. C. I S:16pm: Ar Corbin _________U A N. '' \\0 "
all important.First Arr "Fulton Ky. 9 85 p m & St. L.-----4:80pm I 9:00pm: Ar LouisvilleL A N.
available. Mr. Klinck
power expectsto "
Arr 111
Cairo 11 07 .
p m 2:60pm Ar. St. Louis. I. C.. l:50pm: Ar Indianapolis __..Pa. Line '
decide for what be in personal charge of this work ArAr Carhondalo, 111. 12 13 n t L. & N :20amr.
you -
Ht. Louis. Mo. 7 20 a m ____
and will return to Davenport to malce- Ar Ccntralla, Mo. 1 43 a m C:86pmAr-: LexingtonL. A N. .'
' are fertilizing and then his home and give his entire time to Arr Mattoon, 111. 3 30 a m Hopldnnvlllo- & 'N L. 6:5Spm SOpm: Ar Cincinnati ______-.1. a> N. ,
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Arr Champaign, 111. 4 88 a m
in connection with 9:28am Ar. EvansIlle, L&N 8:43pm 6:20am: Kalamazoo -----0. R, afc I. .
this enterprise Arr Kanliakcc 111. 6 20 a m )
work to that end. Arr Chicago! 111. 7 60 a m IMOpm: Ar. Terro Haute, C. 6fiOam: Grand Rapids0.. R. & L ",
which it is proposed!' to establish a & E. I. -l:06am
: 7:02pm: Ar. Chicago, C.&E. I. 6:64am I 7:16am: Ar Cleveland ________Biff 4 ';
Second, learn what soft drink factory and rapidly develop "fll.ln) TllltOl'fill 1'11 tlVComposed !< -- qj "1
I!:1 the opportunity for such an en- of observation I' male:" Limited .IHXIK L'i.; i.--- "outll-AUaaUa Limited X( Ill .,.11
certain formulas made for and cotnpartmeal I '
are Solid train of \
composed Solid train
carry -
terprise in this section. These gentlemen drnwlimroom! section slocplnRcars composite car, section Solid train composed of electrle' ,:[
when to use them. .Fertilizers rich insoluble it have unlimited capital and and free reclining steel chair I drawing-room sleeping I n aelectric' lighted drawing-room Pullman .:-
ill lighted compartment -
wide business experience, which bespeaks cars. l between Jacksonville and Chicago cars observation coilpertinent l-I sleeping cars and coaches, between 7r
car and dining I : observation 1)
ammonia made for and Jacksonville and St. Louis. All Jacksonville and Cincinnati. and
are rapid : for the enterprise an assured I ear, between Jacksonville sleepers and elec-
meals In dining car. Parlor car Tampa and Chicago and itrlo lighted section jacksonville,.Loulvllle and Indianapolis C
growth, while those for fruiting redesigned success from the beginning. to Jacksonville.For \ section drawing-room drawlnn- ; through'sleeping; cir be ,
lion. A. O. CroKno, Mayor of Arthur sleeping car reservations, sleeping car betweenJacksonville roo m sle..pers.Flret tween.Jacksonville and Cleveland;
or any and St.; class coaches also Pullman sleeping car between t 7 J
to make the fruit and carryit 111.,, who has been spending additional Information communicatewith \ Louis. Also section IFS (} smoking; Jacksonville and Grand Rapids On ;
at Davenport looking' after I lrawln through to m.aturity.'BRADLEY'S some time A.V.. J--H1TOT, D. P. A., ,-nr Uc-tween I'alm Beach serves all meals of each week. Dining ear iervioe .
the interest of his.. grove here and 13K \\-Ht, Ray St., Ja<"l'Mon\'J.lIc. F)la. and Ohlrniro. !Ia .In.. carte.. 1 hftwapn .Atlanta.__..._ and fHnMlnwiAftlmjservatlons _.__._____ '

I i \ making some improvements thereon, .7. O. K1HKLAND: I). P. A., A. C. L.., ,_...1 or other Information communicate with your'Tlck-; -k'11 t',:' I J i
FERTILIZERS I has returned to his. Northern home. HfllHl.oro Hotel Tampa, 1"la. S-tf ca Agent: A. W. KRITOT, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla.. :I.'
or J. u. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent. Tampa. Fla. SU 1
Mr. C..mno expects to make some extensive I ., Jij

improvements on his property | some weeks here visiting with Dr. and 1
are so balanced as to supply the early plant food --- -
henin the near future.Mr. Mrs. F. ,!. Sinning. Mr. Shafer is
for stalk and foliage at the proper time, and laterto G. Khnk, who recently came to a wealthy oil well owner in his section 1- -

furnish the proper proportions of phosphoric acid \ Davenport from Aurora, 111., and who lie seems quite enthusiasticover Our Reputation Is Back of Our WorkWe

j and potash to mature the fruit and improve its i iji one of the promoters! of the electric the situation here. ,
a StatswideReputation for the Quantity and
quality. light and ice plant, has returned lion. 'F. G. Howell, postmaster of '
Quality of Work We Do. .
I north to attend to some business there Geneva, 111., recently paid a visit to ,,
Write us today for booklet, mailed free. il preparatory to beginning operations Davenport.) lie is owner of a beauti- GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING" BEAMS- .i"i
here. While here he had 10 acres of 1\\ ful :young grove here, and is a warm -
his land cleared" ) with a to put- friend.) of DavenpoorMr.
Jacksonville Sales Department, I o..ang-e 1 SENT OUT-WHITE OAK MAHOGANY CYPRESS AND OTHER
ting out an grove.The : r. Frank Ward, who recently
P. O. Box 216. Jacksonville Florida. ,inr corresponding secretary of theDuvenport \I moved to Davenport from the North, HARDWOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK-ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS -':,jI"i."i.
... -
'. =. Hoard) 1 of Ti ade has written 1 i K ImiUling a nice modern home on ::1..

I toV.. H. Powell, of the Tampa Board I\ I lavenpoi: Heights. MerrillStevens Company :

Hof Trade indicating that the Davenport ) MiM '. and :Mrs. M. 1)) Hood, who cam
600 to 650 E. Bay St. Jacksonville Florida. .f.
-H- I I I I I I I I M board are strongly in favor of here last fall from Akron, Ohio, are .sh. ,
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the bonding of the state for the purpose building themselves a home in theii 74tpd .".. {!

I of building brick highways from, young grove on Lake Davenport. I -- ,. I .".
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Jacksonville to Tampa, Jacksonville \
Fertilize Your 11.0 Pensacola, and .Jacksonville to PAGKANT: -; FOR FLORIDIANS: \ - ---- .-- 'Ii i':

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MJami. The routs from Jacksonville '
to Tampa will go through Davenport The executive committee for the :< l
Orange Trees which is located on the Florida high- Ponce de Leon Celebration has decided H. G. SIEVER I

to erect a permanent memorial tq j v :

% way.The Methodist church is preparingto the great discoverer in the form of a REALTY COMPANY : w

has caused the spring growth to start early. handsome and artistic coquina arch. fl
mild cost
The winter erect a house of worship; to t
Don't delay fertilizing. Favorite Fruiter Manure will give results between $5,000 and $7,000. It is expected This arch will bear a tablet, includingthe .X

and will not produce die-back. that operations will begin soon name of the man impersonatingPonce I Prairie Land, Orange Groves High Hammock Lands : :

\ I de Leon commemorating the I Timber Lands. Lands at all Prices '
Major I. II. Radford, of Toronto, :,
four hundredth The men ,
Canada, has been spending some timein i anniversary. --
Your Truck Garden Cropsneed in charge of the Celebration are very :
I Davenport with his friend Mr. C. active in completing details for the 2,000 acres Stock Ranch willVichange ::1 I;?:

fertilizer that is quickly available and rich in plant food. A. Parri"h.Iajor!investments Radford in has this made sec-; March 31. Amos W. Corbett, chairman for other real estate -:- -:. '
formulas are made to give big results quickly. some of the executive committee, has 1
Our special crop tio:. which he expects to develop.The 50-acre Orange Grove, will trade for /
secured attractions, includingthe III
SPRITE FOR.BOOKLET Davenport Ijlardware Co, recently Kentucky Military Academy Cadets 1 for other real estate, balance easy :

received a car load of wire from Military Park, near Eau
J. M. LEE.Agent. fencing which was delivered direct to
bailie. The use of the fort reservation I KISS1MMEE
purchasers from the car. So greatis has been secured and a committee a \ ;: : ;

ER. COMPANY demand for fencing that the .. \
' INDEPENDENT fERTI LI the has been appointed to erect the grand ; \
FLORIDA' company can hardly supply it. I. stand. The voting contest is nowon > : '

JACKSONVILLE.: Dr. C. C. Beebe, of Racine, Wis.,'I for men to impersonate Ponce de i I

accmpanied, 1 by Mrs. Beebe, are now Leon and Menendez. For the former I|

II I I I II l I I I I 111111 i 111111 i 111111 I lands visiting;, on with South their Boulevard.friends, the Dr.Main! and I I Amos Ed. de W.Medicis Corbett) leads is in in the the lead race, and to DOZIER L EITHER K & $ in'I"

:Mrs. Beehe have large interests in personate Menendez.A i iThe

and loyal ,
and l around Davenport arc
____ Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency In .
_ .u '. and enthusiastic friends -of this sec- '
tion. Dr. Beebe is a dentist of national ......c::>NIE ue :

l reputation and it is his intentionto "Shep," a dog belonging to a board-

Good Fertilizer develop one of the finest places in ing hose in Tacoma, Washington, was \(
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Florida with a view to spending his awakened by the explosion of a lamp, C. A. CARSON, President. I ;

winters here. and, although he should have runaway

There are many kinds of fertilizer. Hon. J. E. Bush, president of the I with his tail between his legs, \

I Chicago Varnish Co., is spending his I I he went up stairs, barked from one The Waters & ; ;
his is
Each salesman Mr. ,
says annual vacation at Davenport. door to the other, aroused the sleep-

With a good line of talk he may convince the buyer but he cannot Bush has large property interests in I'I ing inmates, who succeeded insaving ,

the unless real merit is back of his words. this section.Mr. themselves, and then himself perished Com
crops and Mrs. H. E. Briner and miserably and incontinently in the t

The IDEAL FERTILIZER is Best for the banner crops daughter Titusvill, Pa., who havea flames.
:-- grove and winter home near Daven- What singular for a' dog to '
throughout the state are made with IDEAL BRANDS. a way Wholesale and Retail Dealers :
port, and are at present making their act, especially as he apparently, so :

The believe it for they buy twice as much IDEAL FERTILIZER headquarters here, have gone to St. far as we can learn from his past, had '
Petersburg for a few days. Mr. ] no actual knowledge of the value of
as any other brand. is oil well owner ana !
I Briner a large human life. lie conducted no labor-

Follow the Crowd. operator in the North. atory experiments upon human be-

CO. Rev. A. C. Koser, of Topeka Kans.-i ings, nor upon any of his own species, ...i.
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER spent a few weeks in Davenport this \n order to perpetuate the race of 4 > . .. ,. 0.0. .... .
Manufacturers! of winter and after returning to his '''' ,
He had given no lectures -

gs or men. f.l I
'" WE SELL: 4 000 WE BUY: ,
IDEAL FERTILIZERS Kansas home writes most enthusiastically nor had taken fees for work HAY, ,. '

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to friends!' in Davenport of done i in connection with the savi lg 5- HIDES, ,,1 b

his stay and how thoroughly he was of humanjty.) He occupied no impor- > GRAIN ,. \

Local Agent. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. captivated by the wonderful possiblfa-," tant scientific post of honor. He had ff. FURS, ., rih };

l ties olfeied here. engaged in-no research labor,, and in < FERTILIZERS, ? *. WOOL, 0 \h,):;

I Mr. and Mrs. William Shafer, of fact he had no knowledge whatever I SHINGLES ,. .. ,. 'ralt';,

Pennsylvania, have been spending \ of the'scientific necessity of sacrific- ,. ,. .. ;
others. !
ing some lives to save }
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And yet, in spite of this, he seemed ORANGE WRAPS .)0. "i
n ALL ,
11111 111 > 111111 r i GET YOUR MONEY BACK to have the true scientific spirit, .;0 ,. ?
J. A. CRANFORD. S. i" LUPFER.VicePrMiclmt. l he 4. VEGETABLE CRATES ,. V
C. A. CARSON. and, although but a dog, was COUNTRY) 0 ,
Secretary' I y- i
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President. *
willing to sacrifice himself for others.
I II .:. CRATE NAILS, ,. .. PRODUCE. + '9"
1 YOUR OWN DRUGGIST | This shows the great power of in- -*; .- (IR
TEES IT TO GUARAN-I stinct. .;o { ,. ,. ,. o 00 ,. 0 .. + +. + +.. .. ...... .. I*' '

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. "Shep" ought to be awarded a No- .A'
tt your blood becomes bel prize.-Life. '
circulation l I. usually Impaired, and l We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ,'i' ;
you very often suffer from that dread- We fire special attention to
Her Came In. fitting out hunting and camping: parti**. .i
which prevent Ship
ful rheumatism you
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. !
a Rough and Dressed *> from You going have about pain your In your dally back ta.k. and The mother, a widow with six children We ere county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for" circular and L "'.M"- ii

limbs and your joint become swollen had more energy than money. prices on fertilizers.I : /+ +
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and fingers are (1111, you cannot posIbly Little Dot asked frequently for things .. '
enjoy anything, but one bottleof ,,\\tio;. ,
which her could not
mother give.
PINE LUMBER Taylor' Best Blood Medicine will !
urely help you. "Just wait till my ship comes in," '
Come 'to our store to-day and ret, she would '
say assuringly.One
a bottle and If It doe not help you DANCING !
take the bottle back and get your day the mother gave Dot a \

money. nickel. It was an unheard of happening I

J j Your own druggist recommends and "IIs your ship corrie in?" the little FIREMEN'S HALL
t aruarantees Taylor'e Beet Blood Medicine ,
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'j'' : ::: Much proved to be extremely fertile and '
; What ;
, : ., -- a' Traveled the soil appears to be, U I may'use the GOOD-

expression, of'an extraordinarily versatile EASTER LOOKS

I 'j ; Officer of the British Army nature. It will grow almost '

L _, anything well except perhaps wheat -.. '
and oats. The land la no dearer than
I : Thinks 'ofjKissimmee Section the lands, It certainly no less have '
: s : pine : t them*!! with good tight. If you any
\ fertile, and yet land seekers go: on ?

,'. .. --, :- buying the pine l lands on which they : trouble with your eye, it will Jook good to you

---tT--- The following letter'wan! 'written by country became until 1 1ly tne; time have to"expend.;50 to 100 dollars an ,'., -'
Lt. Col. P.; T. acre for clearing, not to mention the if it through the glasses that we are
Gordon, I. A. F. R. G. darkness set in I had begun to retractmy \ you see ,
S. flow" living London En and ill considered loss of perhaps a year before they
) near ; hasty. judg. and .be examined
Col. Gordon has travelled much,. and ment. Since then I have travelled can harvest their first crop. It is k I prepared supply. Come

has lived for thirty five years in many hundred miles by tftail and perhaps natural. They s'ee good I ( nothing. If you don't
That .U
-eo you
_: tropical and semi-tropical climates.He automobile and steamer and I now see crop and fruit gardens on cleared fit ( anyway.
has invested in the. Kiasimmee that Hunter did not lands and are satisfied. If they went --e
largely Capt. not only I need glasses we will tell you so.
country, and the fact that he exaggerate the beauty and fertilityof further and Haw the prairie lands as -
,; I have! they would not hesitate for a j -- \
intends establishing a home here is the State, but indeed scarcely did I
the best evidence of how the country j justice to them. The resources of the moment between the two. I venture '

impreHsed him. This 11 a grand country are so varied and so great I to predict that in two years land in I

tribute from 'a great man. The letter, that it is difficult to select any feature the prairie will he at a very large II I I

addressed to Harry Hunter, of Km- which impressed me more than another I prl'mium. The roads are not very It t

simmee, follows: good hut they are not very bad or we Jeweler and

Palm Beach, Fla, 27th Feb. 1913' Tampa hay and I Dajtona and Palm j could never have gone all over themin I' C. A. COLE

I My dear Hunter:-Before leaving Beach with their enormous hotels jour motor tars and without a Optometrist

'\ Florida I must write and thank you and the natural Ix-autics of their sur- I 1 bipakdown
for all your kindness and hospitality I I soundings. are perhap. more attractive AH you( know, I hate got! a site in .
I to Three four I than similar I KihximmcHand intend to build a col- : 1
me. or years ago your any pleasure resort '
brother returned to India from America in the woild hut it I is not these places (age there sonic day The town is
[ most. attractively situated from a residential .
J' ; he showed me photographs of \\ hlf'h111 suggest themselves to jne
Florida and told me what he had been when I think of Florida] but the mar point of view and it is d ilo- -

doing there. We used to talk a good velous ferlility of HH soil lilt l inexhaunlable ,- lined to be (the husinc'sH center of (','n- '
deal about the country and I made up resources and its man't.louMrlimali' I rid I lorida.

: my mind to go and no it some day. j In all my travels, I haveICVC I 1''ltJu..t) apologize, m\ clc'iii hunter.
(('I i the length of this Utter l>uU my Stetson Opens Spring Normal Review Courser Desirable Ten
This, like so many other good resolutions come( across a tract of a qua r11'1' -

: would f probably have bppn forgotten of its !sire to eijual it. There is'for I \'I-it to ric>iida has been such u, Ml II ::'1'111 '1'., M\l :.Ullll-

but last hummer CaIJt.| Hunter( loom everyone but the first' comeTswill ,pleasant one that I could not dismiss :--' I.... f'I, 11.1111 ..\ spi ,'I 1.11) I 1a ral' ix Klv i M 1'1 I 11.. SI.! I. 'I l hO't. [" ,II''
I I shall ,. .. f.ll l hlt, I .I"1. i ', 'it .., I
I lines I 1' I t-1
London thesulijict i in two .I r. r tn- lit. i it .011' 1 II/II'/ 1',11"
'ameO'l'r to from Puns and) I have tie pick. .Americans h.monly .. .. ] :
.Illd. t.dd I t" .il'' fl and
$1-.O 1' I " 'J,. .it' < ("l i'"i i 01 i tin III/I"/ " "I" Ills' it ( s Twenty
: reminded) me of my intention and )invited | jut) 'now to have eiiscoveieei one I nt'\ 0'I' forget not only I the kindness i 1,u hi 111(<1 lllltlnll s" ( ,ml f n, '''i'(mi 10..11.11:1 .
me to stay with him and Mrs ejf the( most uttiaclno of country .' and I IHI'pilably| I t I i I of jouisclf.I your' .\,111 -M HIII-ON. : 1'\1\ 1:1t..11.: V. Itrl.lin.l. I. ,I"H.''', .
. wifr but the ,, 11 II., 111I ""(, I Is '.,ill. ,.1 I In I I lie I'rrllittlitnrT < iiiirMt* lu \, U''t. S.
I hi ul 111'1' and his I 'our- si i le 1 < .
Hunter at Kissiminee in the spring! ; in the "orldIi country whole a I : il..ik" 'ik, "ml 11' ,,,..IniiKinl'( , ( ill, ilntrx iju lltnui nod! iju,,,,nt. (iui i\ 11I.,1(
Arriving in Anwl'If'a. I camefiom ,: white man ('an make' his :home and : Ii"sv ami helpfulnc-ss\ you,r fiundsanil ) ',> \ I I, 'nsii.,1' (11 in ist(I. Mini, t .ill k\ . ;. ..1..."kx A'' 'I he 1'-\1..11..1 I c oI .,...r- Acre Tracts
I'I" vvl,..loiiv. Kli.>loi.MlilnliiN I'm I' .ll.l.t-x., , IlisIol.s.| | : /mill." x Hi.tell: ; 11" t tI "
New York in the 1 and \\'c-st I do his \\otk in I the open IMIV' il.iof I every mombt l of >"Ul''aff' i I... '0'1/\' 111"1, ' All ...... .. I Violin. Voice, tin t 01" in I I'I.' I, .' 'isS II.. "
Indies Special and when I armed at I the.' yrt I I but thev should lomomlioi I ,' : i''orr'ou I f Ir-iIano. PIpe or<<&D . .
,.h..I..t linertrn-1 >l IWIMk' I 1' <1"1"'' ( '(I t I e I A.
Jacksonville I felt that I will the l \ ( s \('i'\' I IIH.t'.l. 1 N .
wus illallyin I that the first comets get 1",1I I For rucking and Fruit Growing
i I 11()rola. The; miintrj I lound aboutJacksonville I I land TllI'y I , nut ln iifiaui of the} P. T.I (,,0li)!: > >1\:
I tin, nt lh, "OIl\IIUlllly( in this I'l'-l'I't.. Big{ Bargain in a Home Our land extend from
": 1 felt that} I wus really climule. t Ilwy hurt. t- only tocc the
,.1 I I llu'' lioilmcr( with enlliul ,
i kiip pot ; .
: huu-r
Splendid 11slxrOOIlI Just
"j we certainly did l pass through orange fine, lualtlu_ ge>o.i looking chililtoncine city limits nearly to Orlando.
POWELL URGED BOARDTO l I.-m: inside (city limIt, dn' deep will letCOIl
but neither, the the ex.II"tdl'JI1kIJlJr :
groves onee or meets with lime I Is
tit I 0 it two : C rout o' giound, got II l I On'' $:to ,per acre
''l ,At I tin i .ore In-.on of 1)11talk an inI )
other called for much enthusiasm 'Yoh'rl" and
I \\atci ('\l'I y 0111'II'h (t'V lia-n. wagon and l l bit ggy shod-) ,
and I began to think that it vvusFrcd's jiirfitlcallj alwavs in the open BECOME ACTIVE I i"M, ,Itii\ .11 d'-I'U"IOII' t "tlti'l'illltg< till mid all undiM good W'\\ feme/, I I' me' I'erius: $2 |per acre cash and $2,
)ovi, for the. State which alt i,r. I cannot" conceive condition .1....|i."Minn \>{ (II hi dWllnd 1 in I thcvKismini. locution for small truck garden
caused him to paint it 'in such glowing '. more faoi I ClIO' 10 a htulthv and hap -- '" t 11\ I't t 10 1 lol' ( )ki'i.( holn i. was poultry ranch 1'his' is a dm, ptojios'llion ( per a<'re monthly

colours rankly I lif. I l.l.i I I lut t u\I'I i, I ih.' 11"11I1.I ..i of 1Ih t tnI. | where one will hasr the' flu '
was disappointed h pj AND EMPLOY PAID.. SECRETARY (dom of the ,'ounlry. yet 'f iosi\ "nouglito UKI1 I. Fon( BOOKLET
; I had seen hotter orange gut,'- Jf I winaske'.i 1 to .1 ictommend, an /bt.url: \\ Mitralt lolls front :Ml (njov all the advantages of the

dens in Italy and IndIa. however pail of t'ie' ciiuntiv' to a new setterI l'i\\ ,. '' ,''''''al lohiison' wain. i'itv :such as> splendid\ high _liool, I.est

) t' every mile we steamed further south I wotilel IInh'hllalll'ldy' rocommcnd -t ti, u'tr'd In \\iitt i a h'tt.'r l ID SenatorsII. markets, churches, ele I'm.' l ;:,UU)

the more fertile and prospeious, the' the KisMinmoe, piaillo. I It ha, l been :*- \ID 1hit'i'lM I ) ,ER| ( I 1.\1. SEI.( I Ifit,< }h<'i ami Hi \ in IJ< JIM'sctitatiM"s :21:! .tf H. M Breaker & Co McKOYLand
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:NoI7i; f Nice little home'.
> country
to h K i--nniiH'e' to make the* trip so that
11111 M 111 m 1111111111111 m 111 M i TilE 'TOWN 'HIM W.\ TEJ) TO) consisting; of five acres land, good nev
I I htt'\ niiirht boi'ome hotter acquainted
three-room cottage, barn and poultry Company
KKKP :SI'EP; WITH !I'H/nSS! () ;/ ; '\\ith.t tin titi'ds of the situ.UionMi house. This property ,is only half

; I 1'011'a a guest of the (;ray- mile] outside city limits, on best hard I Marh Building.KISSIMMEE. .

< (CiamlN!\ \! ; Jlt jt'I ; ;' 'I versatile Willis B sc'cretarof Powoll I tho volatile the] Tampa and Tampa stoncoer the following night and morning returned/ to I I i for road 36-tf the H Price county M.$800.Breaker:Splendid'; & i iI I I II II '' FLA.

': Board of racle, spoke to the membersof --- --- --- - ----- =c _ f '
the Kissimmee Board of Hade at

@){ ir !iMiMQ!! ; the court house Mondaevening. p

The downpour of lain which jreetl'd'
the Tampa secretary'i arrival kept a

,/ j great many at home who otherwise I
... 'would] have heard him but a goodly

The Aim t audience assembled as it was, and Mr I
of this Bank U to serve
your | 1'I>well talked with force and good efI I

interests. beat. j I feet to the few who did him the I '
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courtesy of braving the storm in GREAT CLEARING SALE
. Striving in every transaction to attain this ideal is responsible order to hear him. At the conclusion I

,l ;r for its steady growth in business. J of his speech he was accorded a

rising vote of thanks. .
,\. : With this perfection of service we offer safety for Mr. Powell rehearsed the -
progress At the Greater
your account. I I of other Florida cities during the New York Store Kissimmee Fla.

past few months in the way of em i .
:(I It will be advantageous for you to carry an active jibyi rig paid seciotatios to give heir

; reserve account with us. : entire time to civic) woik, (,..tinesvillo I Will Continue Until Further NoticeWE

I'alatka, I Ocala, It Mjcrs and I

on.. 01 I two others had, fallji in line


t I'owcll held to bo absolutely essential
for I consistent( i and ,continuous I woikIf '
__ the Boaid of liade d1l1) not ('m- $18.00 Furs All-Wool and Carracol
Time to tell for _ _
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Deposits ----Th plo\ -t"rcta,3' for all of his time 15.00" __ _ _ _.

ELECTRIC BURGLAR ALARMS !, the' voi' l Iof the boa ..
and take spur, ta at times and I 10.00" _____ __ __ .
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES thiM-e was. no real lasting good to

: onu from sue,'h work said! ;Mr I'ow --..,--
------ - -.- : ell Ho said that if he had only one .

Arthur E. Donegan, President. Paul K. Weaver, Cashier :. public thousand work dollars 11a a year comumty to spend that for he : 200 SWEATERS ALL KINDS ON THIS CLEARING SALE, FROM$2.00

i/ : would) spon ,
.1111 ii11n111n111111111 I.II-4-, 4ItSI-U-IIi I I II I III I I 4-M* ,ala,')' for a good !live secretary to *

I take charge' of the work. The personal -
I' work and the personal equation
in the work he placed far above the

,- pulihcttj work to be., clone thiough i S1.5OJEACHWe
$1,500 REWARDFifteen the advertising pages of publicationsor
the distribution of pamphlets

Mr. Powell said that if Kissimmee. continue our Special Sacrifice on

Hundred Dollars Reward will be paid for information( should try the paid secretary plan for FINE TAILORED DRESSES -
awhile, and should get the right man
; leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who mur- in the right place that the; membersof FINE TAILORED
I ,
,',. dered Carl Hilhard. and Raymond Harm. the Board would be surprised at i

--.. L H. INGRAM. the leaps foi'ward that the town would VERY ELEGANT WAISTS
. maKe; the secretary would make the 1

Sheriff Osceola County. job worth while to the town and to EXTRA VALUES IN FINE FULL SIZE BLANKETS '
himself. It was an Imposition, he -

: Raymondr.r'r" .. .. .said for the Board of Trade to ex- COMFORTS AND SPREADSW
.".:' .'...,.." "t. .l Ir:,! \. ,1 ;t :; . 1'-. poet a man who was not paid to givehi
; { .. -- -- kindlyinvite, the ladies to look aver our new Hats
Harriswho : ; .. !! time and allow his personal business Spring that have J.
.. \ to suffer for the benefit of the, started to come in for the coming season,

: was 1 whole com unity. He said it was a

mistake furthermore to employ a sec I r

with Carl retary for a part of his time. One of THE GREATER .
Billiardwhen two things would inevitably happenin STORE 1 .

this event, he said The Board of '

mur- Trade would suffer or the business

man's business would suffer, and KISSIMMEE FLA. :

<. ered, but neither was right.

Through his talk Mr. Powell told DON'T MISS THISOPPORTUNITY LOOK
. whose :; FOR THE PLACE
body .. '.;' ,\ of the work that was being done in

r .,: has never s...? *'' Tampa, and how it was necessary' to UNTIL YOU FIND ITWI

keep the interest of
the members
; .
'" '..r high pitch all the time in
been order to
..L,' recovered ..:, get r
the best results. lie said this could

be done only through the agency ofa

',; paid secretary, man whose only
I Is business it was to look after the wel-
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